Prices of petroleum products such as liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) are getting higher every day. Poor families are doing everything they can to make a 13kg tank last longer than it should. This leads a Filipino inventor to found a way to use water as a “supplement” to help save gas and money.

Water and gas don’t mix right, but Rolly Palladio from Cotabato Philippines, inventor of the first ever “Water Supplemented Stove” somehow manages to make them work together.

Photo: Water Supplemented Stove
The water only acts as an “enhancer” to the LPG, since H2O is not combustible unless it undergoes electrolysis which separates the oxygen from the hydrogen a flammable element.
Photo: Water Supplemented Stove

According to Latest Viral Spot, the first ever water supplemented stove helps in reducing fossil fuel combustion that contains hazardous additives which mean decreasing global warming.

It can also use any liquid for as long it will not emit carbon dioxide (CO2) but the best of all, it can save you a lot of money.

The video has been viewed more than a hundred times and many believe this is the answer to the sudden oil price hikes. But still, many are skeptics by the invention knowing the properties of water are the opposite of gas.

On the other hand, this is not the first invention made by a Filipino using water as fuel. Daniel Dingel also used water and invented the first water-powered car and it’s safe to say that his water car is the father of the “Hydrogen Fuel” car known today.

Still, the water supplemented stove needs to prove its authenticity, especially for those who have raised their eyebrows.

Since the water from the video doesn’t undergo electrolysis, we can assume that it uses the “sudden burst” effect, where the fire reacts vigorously to a mist or drop of liquid or maybe not. So what do you think? Share your thoughts below.