>While peeing directly into your gas tank might not always be the best idea, your drunken machinations might soon become a part of everyday life. A scientist at Ohio University has devised a way to get free up hydrogen in urea to power a fuel cell. The best part?
It uses half the energy of getting hydrogen from water. One of the main obstacles to hydrogen fuel cell powered cars is the enormous energy cost of getting hydrogen out of normal water. This process, however, uses less power than a AA battery.
Ever imagine that you, the couch potato who couldn’t previously draw a stick figure, can now make all the fuel you’ll ever need?