Despite all the struggles that many Filipinos go through to make ends meet, some of our countrymen have the ability to innovate and go beyond their capacities to excel.
An inventor in Cotabato named Rolly Palladio has demonstrated how to run a stove, not with gas or electricity, but with water. He calls it the “water-supplemented stove.” According to him, it can run with any liquid as long as it does not produce carbon dioxide—which can save us a lot of money as well.
This water-supplemented stove can also be used as a car engine fuel.
A video uploaded on Youtube six months ago showed a demonstration of this water-supplemented stove and it has garnered more than 6500 views.
Check out the video below.
Likewise, a Filipino engineer named Daniel Dingel invented a hydrogen-powered car. In an interview with a local broadsheet, he said he began working on his hydrogen reactor in 1969 and claims to have used the device to power his 1996 Toyota Corolla. However, he has never revealed the secret to his creation but said that he would be willing to spill the tea if the buyer hires 200 Filipino employees.
Unfortunately, Daniel passed away in 2010.