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Companies touting on-the-fly hydrogen fuel production have been popping up all over the place recently. Just last month we reported on Hypower and Hy-Drive who have both been grabbing attention with the classic "car runs on water" line. Well, they're not alone because Israeli company Engineuity has also announced a system that can produce hydrogen inside a car, this time using common metals such as magnesium and aluminium. Perhaps, as Sam said earlier today, we need to put up an Alchemy Alert, b

We never get far into a "cars can run on water" story before people fire up their negative comments and criticize the idea as absurd. Well, sure, it sounds odd and too good to be true, but what if I told you that a management consultant – a person who gets paid to give good ideas – thought it was a good enough idea to invest big in a company built on the idea and the technology to do it? Tom Brown is that person. He used to just be an investor in Hy-Drive Technologies Ltd., but he wa