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Poomin Ratsami’s Water-Powered Car Innovation: Driving Towards a Greener Future in Rayong

Imagine a world where cars guzzle not just gasoline, but water – yes, you heard that right, water! Into this fascinating scenario strides Poomin Ratsami, a visionary car mechanic from the bustling province of Rayong, who is turning heads with an invention that seems right out of a futuristic novel. At 56 years young, Poomin is proving that innovation knows no age, transforming the humble engine compartment of a sedan into a laboratory of eco-friendly potential.

So, how does this marvel work? Picture this: the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) officials, along with luminaries from the Office of the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research, and Innovation, huddled around a car, their eyes wide with anticipation. They had journeyed to witness an extraordinary test drive, fueled not just by petrol but by something as simple and abundant as water. The secret, as Poomin eagerly explained, lies in a groundbreaking process that alters the molecular structure of water into gas, which then dances its way into the engine’s combustion chamber.

The story of this revolutionary idea began after Poomin completed his education in mechanics. With a dream in his heart and a wrench in his hand, he embarked on a journey through the nuts and bolts of engines. Alongside his day job in a factory, Poomin delved into the radical notion that water could play a more significant role in fueling our cars. His garage became a laboratory, where for nearly two decades, he tinkered, tested, and toiled until the breakthrough moment arrived.

According to Poomin, while the engine still thirsts for fuel, introducing water into the mix adds an extra punch to the combustion process. The result is a burst of gas that propels the engine forward with gusto, while the exhaust pipe gently sighs out water vapor. Imagine driving down the road, leaving behind not a trail of noxious fumes, but a whisper of water – it’s eco-friendliness on wheels! Not only does this mean more “vroom” for less fuel, but it also translates to fewer carbon footprints in our atmosphere.

Poomin’s ambitions don’t just stop at revolutionizing our rides; he dreams of a future where his invention is the star of the automotive world. He envisions factories and cars humming to the tune of his water-fueled innovation, a dream that the NSTDA seems keen on exploring further. As the officials wrapped up their test drive, their minds buzzed with possibilities, charting out the next steps to nurture this fledgling technology into a force that could redefine fuel efficiency.

As they delve into the nitty-gritty, evaluating how to support and evolve Poomin’s brainchild, one thing becomes crystal clear: we stand on the cusp of a watery revolution. With the potential to turn every droplet of H2O into a source of power, Poomin’s invention could redefine what it means to “fill ‘er up” – making our blue planet a little greener, one car at a time.

So, next time you take a sip of water, think of Poomin Ratsami. In a world thirsty for sustainable solutions, he’s proving that sometimes, the answers lie in the most unexpected places – even in a mechanic’s workshop in Rayong. It’s not just about fueling cars; it’s about fueling imaginations and driving us towards a cleaner, greener tomorrow.


  1. GreenTechie45 February 3, 2024

    This sounds like a major breakthrough in green technology! But I’m curious about the science behind it. How exactly does the process of turning water into gas work without consuming more energy than it produces?

    • SkepticalSam February 3, 2024

      I have my doubts. It sounds too good to be true. Every few years, we hear about a new ‘revolutionary’ technology that ends up being impractical. I’ll believe it when I see it on the market.

      • OptimistOllie February 3, 2024

        While healthy skepticism is good, I think it’s important to support innovative ideas in their infancy. The article said NSTDA is interested, which means it’s getting serious consideration.

    • TechGuru88 February 3, 2024

      The process might be based on electrolysis, which separates water into hydrogen and oxygen gas. The challenge has always been doing this efficiently. Perhaps Poomin’s invention overcomes this?

  2. EcoWarrior February 3, 2024

    Amazing development! However, let’s not forget the overall lifecycle of such technology. Producing cars, even water-powered, has its own environmental footprint.

    • RealistRay February 3, 2024

      True, but it’s a step in the right direction. We can’t let perfect be the enemy of good. If this helps reduce carbon emissions, it’s worth exploring further.

  3. CarLover February 3, 2024

    Sounds like a dream come true for car enthusiasts and the planet! But what’s the catch? There’s always one with these kinds of inventions.

    • GreenTechie45 February 3, 2024

      The article doesn’t dive into potential downsides, but I assume cost, infrastructure, and the energy needed for the water-to-gas process could be significant hurdles.

      • TechGuru88 February 3, 2024

        That’s exactly right. And while overcoming these challenges is daunting, the potential benefits make it worth the effort. After all, no major innovation was ever easy.

  4. ScienceSkeptic February 3, 2024

    I’ll hold off on celebrating until peer-reviewed research supports the claims. There have been too many ‘breakthroughs’ that ended up nowhere.

    • GreenTechie45 February 3, 2024

      Completely understand that perspective. The real test will be in the rigorous scientific validation of Poomin’s discovery. Hopefully, we’ll see some published research soon.

      • CuriousCat February 3, 2024

        Innovations like these deserve our attention and scrutiny. Success could change the game, but until then, cautious optimism seems like the right approach.

  5. LocalResident February 3, 2024

    I’m from Rayong. It’s exciting to see such innovation come from our area. I hope Poomin’s invention brings positive attention and investment to our community.

    • EcoWarrior February 3, 2024

      It’s fantastic when local talents lead the way in creating sustainable solutions. It could inspire more grassroots innovations globally. Fingers crossed for Poomin!

  6. DoubtingThomas February 3, 2024

    Every few years, there’s a new ‘miracle’ energy solution. What makes this any different? I’m tired of getting my hopes up for nothing.

    • OptimistOllie February 3, 2024

      What sets this apart is the attention from NSTDA and other scientific bodies. They wouldn’t invest time and resources if there wasn’t something promising here.

  7. Darius Claude Bernard February 4, 2024

    Honneur et Merite pour Mr Poom Ratsami. Qu’il soit proteger de tous ennemis partisans du petrole ( ils sont toujours là, cachés) Cet système ne me paraît pas etonnant. c’est juste une grande avancé du système “PANTONE” . Ajouter de l’eau dans votre système d’admission collecter au gaz d’échappement de votre exhaust. Merci Mr Poom Ratsami pour vos 20 ans de recherche et sens de partarge.

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