Stanley Meyer Introductory Videos Lecture Videos Click Here Stanley Meyer’s Water Fuel Cell Imagine running your car on water! That's correct, I said water. Stanley Meyer may have done exactly that, modifying his dune buggy to run on water alone using the hydrogen to run his dune buggy. The goal of this web site is to explain the science behind Stanley Meyers water fuel cell.  As a group we will study his theory, patents, and related information. The objective will be to replicate the water fuel cell.  The completion of our work will be proof to the world of the validity of the water fuel cell. Have you ever thought about water as a fuel source? The atomic make up of water makes the molecule perfect for a fuel source. The water molecule is composed of two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen.  When the water molecule is separated into its component atoms (H and O) and oxidized as fuel, the resulting energy is two and one half times more powerful than gasoline. The byproduct of the combustion is water vapor. Making water as a fuel, powerful and pollution free! The problem has always been how to separate water economically. Traditional methods of separating the bond of the water molecule have resulted in failure.  To power a car by these methods would not move the car very far. The cars electrical system could not recharge from the process quickly enough. The result would be a quickly drained battery. For many years Stanley Meyer researched this problem and found a way around it! There are many people, as you could well imagine, who would not like to see this technology appear in the market place. Stanley A. Meyer died on March 27 1998 at the young age of 57. It is vital that his research and resulting technological advances are not lost, but rather that his work is continued. Join in the creative spirit and challenge (that is not driven by greed) and help in an endeavor that will revolutionize the world. This effort will provide an efficient fuel source which is environmentally safe. Join the Water Fuel Cell Forum