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Don Stuckey asked the Naked Scientists:Have any observed phenomena ever countered any of the laws of thermodynamics, or are the said laws absolute?What do you think?
A car that run on water would be entirely possible if no very practical if the water was supplied at 100°C and its stored energy used to run a freon turbine or other type of heat engine.This system was actually used on the early London underground system where steam powered locomotives had their fires shut down and ran in the tunnels on the residual energy stored in the boiler.
What about splitting H2O into hydrogen and oxygen and using these split gasses as a fuel. Or am I just stating the obvious?