Hydrogen powered cars, or any sports cars with a hydrogen generator, and any new electric cars, are going to make the news. That’s because our current interest is in saving fuel, dropping emissions, and going green. That’s good, but the thing is, people aren’t thinking this through.
For example, electric cars are of high interest right now. Yet batteries are made by digging into the earth, shipping ore overseas, making product in other countries, shipping it back, and then dealing with environmental issues when you are done and have to dump the dead batteries someplace.
They also aren’t reliable, are very expensive, and weigh a ton. Driving an electric is even potentially dangerous, as you can’t hear them. A friend saw the Tesla all-electric sports car being driven and said it was the fastest golf cart ever.
I love that people are looking for solutions, but electric cars aren’t there yet. A better and more immediate remedy is a hydrogen-gas hybrid. While hydrogen only cars aren’t practical right now, a hydrogen-gas hybrid car is.
This is a car that has a hydrogen generator right under the hood. No need to fill up with hydrogen. Just start the car and it starts making hydrogen fuel. In this way you can save gas, save the environment, bring emissions down to almost zero, stay safe and even look cool, too.
Who has such a dream car?
Well, I will, soon. But right now the company building it is Ronn Motors outside of Austin, Texas. They invented the coolest super green sports car on the planet called The Scorpion. That’s it in the picture with me. (Photo by Brian Fitzsimmons.)
But this is actually a story about the Law of Attraction more than it is a story about green cars.
Ronn Maxwell, the company founder, attracted the idea for the car one night over dinner. He knew the problems with electrics, the need for something now with near-zero emissions, etc. He opened his mind, received what I’ll call Divine Inspiration, and then took action.
Within a few months he built the prototype. Shortly after that he was on and in national magazines, showing the car at automobile shows, debuting it last November at SEMA in Las Vegas, and having celebrities place orders for it. I placed an order on the spot and will have the third car they make, due any day now.
Discovery Channel television will air a special on the Scorpion in October. You’ll be able to see me in it driving the car at record speed on an airport runway while I hooped and hollered and loved it. I’ve driven millions of dollars worth of sports cars but the Scorpion stands head and shoulders above them all. It’s fast, cool, and green. I’ve never seen or driven anything like it before, and I have a cool car collection.
But Ronn Motors isn’t focused on making Scorpions and selling them. Instead, their car is a head turner to get you to ask what’s under the hood. When you do, they tell you about their H2GO tm system – a system that can be placed on the engine of virtually any car, making it a hydrogen-gas hybrid on the spot. That’s what they want to sell.
Again, you can attract anything you want when you focus on manifesting from the inside out. There are no limits – not even when it comes to solving environmental challenges like creating a car that is earth friendly yet oh so cool to drive.
PS — If you’re interested in hydrogen powered cars, an on-board hydrogen generator inside cars, or green sports cars, go see The Scorpion. The company is also on the stock exchange (symbol RNNM). If I were you, I’d invest in them.
I want one!!!
Save the planet it is ny duty too!:mrgreen:
Have you seen “Who Killed the Electric Car?”?
Here is a link for you to take a peak:
I just did a search on NYSE.com for the stock ticker “RNNM” mentioned in this article and I recieved this message back “No results for “RNNM” in All of NYSE.com”.
Do you think you can kindly provide the link for the company/stock information.
Please disregard my last comment….I found it on PINK! Thx.
What I’m curious about (and can’t seem to find any information on) is what you actually use to fill up the Scorpion. Is it ordinary tap water or do you need a special filter before pouring in the water into the tank? Do you still need oil-based gas (since it’s my understanding it’s not completely zero emission)?
Thank you for a great read! The law of attraction is limitless!
Driving an hybrid car with an hydrogen fuel cell is the way to go greener right now!
Joe, will you have a Mastermind in that smokin car?
This is SUCH a wonderful story…
thanks for sharing, joe, as always 🙂
“H2GO tm system – a system that can be placed on the engine of virtually any car, making it a hydrogen-gas hybrid on the spot.”
Now THAT’S cool! I love stories like this and how the human spirit can find answers to any problem, simply by focusing on the solution.
Alicia, I wouldn’t be too concerned about PINK sheets. Plenty of companies start there due to various reasons. If you trust you’re gut on this (like I do) I’d go with it.
Yeah we was jus talking about that yesterday, saying all new cars should be hybrids, should let us run the world methinks.
Interesting concept- exotic GT coupe showcases breakthrough power system, and the business model is centered around the system. I hope they are successful. For power concepts like this to work they will require either an infrastructure that supports them (think increased electrical output for the nation’s power grid to support plug-in electrics) or rely on readily-available resources that won’t stress the existing system. As Design Manager (Styling) my team collaborated in the late 80’s with a California company called AeroVironment (they also perfected man-powered flight) in creation of GM’s ‘proof-of-concept’ for the EV-1 electric car, the IMPACT. Early on, we determined that an increased percentage of electric-only vehicles wouldn’t eliminate pollution, but displace it, substituting vehicle-emitted pollutants for increased output from the generating plants (either coal-based hydrocarbons or spent nuclear waste) due to the increased load on the grid. Thing was the IMPACT was QUICK too, easily outdragging both a 1990 Corvette and a 1990 Nissan 300ZX in the quarter-mile at GM’s Desert Proving Grounds at Mesa AR (a hole-shot every run). As you know, Panoz had always used endurance sports car racing as their basis for development, both future race cars and sports cars, maybe that’s next for these guys too: a Le Mans Protoype hydrogen Scorpion would be a GAME-CHANGER- just look at what Audi and Peugeot are doing this weekend at Le Mans with Diesels. BTW I retired from GM last fall, and The Secret, Attractor Factor and Zero Limits have helped me and my family succesfully realign our post-General Motors life. You’re always offering your readers something, time to give back… for fun I have kept a design sketchbook; if you’d like to see it, Joe, e-mail me back and I’ll send it, I think you might enjoy it.
Thanks Joe for a great article. Hydrogen is definitely the way to go!