Material developed to replace fossil fuel. - 30 Jan 2011  
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Cella Energy, based in the United Kingdom, has developed a hydrogen-based liquid fuel which, according to early tests, can cleanly power regular internal combustion engines in existing vehicles with the only significant end product being water vapor.

The synthetic fuel, created at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory over a four-year period by Professor Stephen Bennington and his team of scientists from University College London and Oxford University, is based on technology that enables the safe and lasting storage of hydrogen in liquid form.

The new fuel not only has a similar efficiency to current fossil-based fuels, but it will be available at a lower price and can be used as an additive to regular petrol to reduce carbon emission levels. Cella Energy hopes for the fuel to be available as soon as in three years.

Way to go, Cella Energy, Professor Bennington and your team of scientists! Wishing your innovative clean-energy endeavors much success to benefit both travelers and the environment.

As during a July 2008 videoconference in the United States, Supreme Master Ching Hai has often spoken about the vast potential of beneficial technological developments awaiting humankind through a mindful change in lifestyle.

Supreme Master Ching Hai : The technology that we are having right now is nothing, nothing compared to what we will have if all the population of the planet turn to a loving, kind, compassionate vegetarian diet. Then you will see all kinds of inventions that we have never imagined before, will surface. And all people will live in peace and love; even if they don't pray for it, it will come.