Daniel Dingel, 1968

January 17, 2010

updated 09-29-2014

Daniel Dingel has run his car on water for 30 years

Philippine inventor is said to have
converted 100 cars to run on water.

We have just learned that Daniel Dingle passed away recently

(and everything “disappeared”)

On 10/10/2012 12:34 PM, Peter Aldred wrote:

Daniel passed away in October 2010 at his home in the Philippines aged 84.

From what I heard, his son flew over from the States and everything then “disappeared”… when I was there he showed me a US Government white paper showing a 5 year recovery plan for the world economy if he were ever to release his technology… he was living on a private estate with security guards at the main entrance… I was told that he had been given $1 million to ‘continue his research’ and Bill Gate’s name was also mentioned but I don’t know how true that was where the million dollars came from.

So I presume the powers that be confiscated everything very quickly ‘in the interests of national security’.

We’re currently working on replicating a Papp noble gas ‘Popper’ – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBWiWftGknI


This is my latest project – http://www.open-source-energy.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=754

All the best

Peter Aldred – CEO

-= The Ethos Group :: ethos.ag
“Ethos… New World Vision Technicians…”




“Dingle is known as a vocal critic of Filipino government officials and scientists who have refused to support his invention. The Philippines’ Department of Science and Technology, in turn, has since declared his invention a hoax.”

Dingle finally took a “buy-out”. see below

The Philippine Daily Inquirer reported that Daniel Dingel built a water-fueled automobile engine as early as 1969.

Dingel admits that his invention in its early years relied on around 30 cc (mL) of gasoline to start the engine and during idling, but he emphasized that those early prototypes switched to hydrogen once running. Today’s prototype is a dark red Toyota Corolla that no longer needs gasoline to start the engine.

Testing by reputable laboratories have been conducted as far back as the late nineties. In 1998, the Philippine Institute of Pure and Applied Chemistry (PIPAC) at the Ateneo de Manila Campus analyzed the gas output, revealing 45% Hydrogen composition. The year after, the TUV Rheinland Group through TUV Rheinland Taiwan Ltd. sent one of its engineers to describe the system.

Recently last May 2008, Mr. Dingel submitted his car for testing at the Philippine Department of Energy. The findings revealed that the hydrogen reactor produces a gas of 40.41% Hydrogen composition.

The Philippine Government almost started development back in the year 2000, as per a document for the signature of then President Joseph Estrada.

Dingel guested recently on Philippine government-owned tv station National Broadcasting Network (NBN), on the program Balitalakay (news discussion). He was also featured on Umagang Kay Ganda (tele-magazine show of TV network giant ABS-CBN) where he attributed the long delay in his invention’s development to rapid government policy changes and a lack of political will.



This filipino has experimented and succeeded.
see our page “A Hydrogen Generator You Can Build”

This Philippine man (Vox) mixed a little hydrogen in
with the gas as an experiment on his motorcycle.

On a 45 km trip his motorbike used 2 liters of gas (no HHO). For the return (45 km) trip, he activated his HHO supplement system and then in this video, discovered that his motorcycle had only used a little over half (the 2 liter bottle) of what it consumed before. – almost doubled his gas milage!

see   A Hydrogen Generator You Can Build



Daniel D. Dingel: His car runs on water, his life runs on ideas

By FRED T. COMIN; People – The Manila Times; October 11, 1994

Committed to service … till he sold out.

Daniel D. Dingel hails from La Union, his mother’s province, but lived in an orphanage, as his parents died when he was still young. Americans from Clark and Subic provided the lad opportunities for a predominantly technical education.

“I earned my mechanical engineering degree by dint of effort from the International Correspondence School. Perfected by practical experience” he says.

Dingel admits that he once nurtured the ambition to study for the priesthood but Providence willed otherwise, Still, he firmly decided to commit his God-given talent for invention to the service of humanity.


It was in the early 80s that Dingel came into the national limelight with his declaration that he had discovered a way to make a vehicle run on water.

This was in the wake of the first world oil crisis of the mid-70s which stunned everyone into realizing that petroleum was fast-dwindling natural resource and that western nations had to knock their noggins together to come up with alternative sources of fuel, fast.

Covered by international media Foreigners came flocking to grill Dingel about his invention, and a year or so later, one of them declared that the claim was hoax. But Dingel stuck to his guns and let Philippine authorities objectively evaluate his claim.

Test drives

In 1985, Dingel said, he drove his car from Metro Manila to Laguna over a distance of 167 kilometers consuming 15 liters of water and half a liter of gasoline.

When he made a trip to the US, he added, he had occasion to show Americans that his car could make the Detroit-to-Florida run on 60 liters of water and two liters of gasoline.

Government authorities have confirmed these claims in scientific tests and today Dingel drives a car with these words, in bold letters, painted on the rear windshield: “This car runs on water.”

How it works
In brief, Dingel’s invention uses gasoline only to get the engine started. Then water passes through two reactors in the engine which splits it into hydrogen and oxygen to trigger off combustion.

More demos

Dingel is wary of securing a local patent for his water fuel invention, but papers for this are under process.

Although he would like to help our struggling country resolve its economic problems, Dingel hesitates to deal with government agencies. For instance, in one project costing a double-digit sum in millions of pesos he was told that he would clinch the deal if he were willing to come across with about 80 per cent of total project cost in kickbacks. That, he says, left a bad taste in his mouth. So he abandoned it.

Other dreams

Dingel too has dreams of his own. He has embodied those in an organizational chart of sorts in which future firms of his projected conglomerate – consisting of real estate, housing, solar energy generation, agribusiness, newspaper and magazine publishing ventures – would pool all their profits for the benefit of the poor in what he would like to call the Dingel Humanitarian Foundation.

Published on Jan 1, 2014

Car of the Future

Sunday Revue – Bulletin Today; Sunday, September 29, 1985

DanielDingel.com Note: This is a text-encoded version of an original newspaper article as depicted in the photograph.

Here’s the story of one man’s struggle to find a niche in motoring history – changing motor fuel from gas to water – only to find frustration most of the way

IT WAS one of the smoothest car rides we ever had. The shifting of gears was flawless, the acceleration was effortless and the ride as a whole as normal as you can get from a well-tuned, well-maintained luxury car except that this was not an ordinary car.

From the outside, however, the Lancer Super Saloon was like any of the thousands turned out by the assembly plant. The body, the tires, the suspension system, the cooling system, even parts of the engine. The main difference, however, is that this car runs on water. Yes, ordinary, tap water which you and I get from our faucets.

The car is owned by Daniel Dingel, a 52-year-old inventor who claims to have perfected the world’s first water-powered car.

The car generated so much interest and inquiry that Dingel at one time or another had to explain the concept to representatives of American and Japanese car companies, top government officials, Filipino scientists at the National Science Development Board, Philippine Inventions Development Institute, mechanics, car buffs and many others and almost singularly, all agreed that the thing works.

The Bulletin chief mechanic, Rolly Salazar, also had doubts in the beginning. But when he observed the system, he too, joined the ranks of believers.

The car, by no means, runs on water alone. Gasoline is also needed but only to start the engine. Once the engine starts, the gas supply is automatically cut-off. This was attested to by BT mechanic Salazar who himself blocked the fuel line leading to the carburetor.

Dingel says that an engine powered by water becomes very efficient and more powerful. “A drop of water,” he says, “is equivalent to SS drops of gasoline.”

What about rust? Isn’t it that water causes rust? Dingel says that his research showed that gasoline shortens the life of an engine because of carbon formation. This formation, he adds, serves as a grinding compound on the parts of the engine and contaminates the oil. True water causes rust, but rust burns along with water and that burning of water reduces wear, tear and friction.

Dingel also claims that the car is a proven fuel saver. From Manila to Laguna, a distance of 147 kilometers, he said he consumed 15 liters of water and half a liter of gasoline.

He said he also tested the car in America and run it from Detroit to Florida. He used up 60 liters of water and two liters of gasoline during the travel. It was also there that some American experts viewed his invention. He said they were satisfied with the results.

Someone from BMW, the German car firm, also came to visit and though satisfied with the car, he wanted to be convinced some more and requested that Dingel dismantle the car.

Dingel refused. He has always been wary of people wanting to open up the engine because he is afraid that someone might steal the concept and use it for their own benefit.

Dingel says that the secret of his car is in the innovations he put in the engine which was a product of 14 years of research.

It was, at first, a hit-and-miss thing, he recalls. Sometimes the engine would overheat, other times, the compartments would be flooded, on occasions the spark-plug would malfunction or some important part would rust.

Finally he corrected all the flaws and the engine now works perfectly.

Dingle says that the benefit from a water-powered car, once it is mass-produced, is so staggering that it simply will bogle the mind.

For instance, he said, if the Philippine government would invest into it, which he, however, doubts, there will be a big drop in the consumption of oil and therefore a giant saving in foreign exchange.

The money saved will then be plowed back into the economy, creating more jobs and so forth and so on.

What then is stopping Dingel from producing it in a joint venture with other interested persons?

Dingel says “I don’t want to think ill of anybody. I just want to make sure that these inventions get into hands who will not use them for their own selfish motives. I didn’t work 14 years day and night to come up with something for rich businessmen. I was able to come up with this car because I have always wanted to make life better for the people, especially the poor. I don’t want to see hungry people anymore. We’ve suffered enough.”

Atty. Eduardo Tan, assigned by the Filipinas Foundation Inc. as counsel to Dingel while the scientist was under a seven figure FFI grant for three years, reveals that he and Dingel have approached people in the government who tested the car and saw it work. They all congratulated Dingel, says Atty. Tan and that was the last time Dingel heard from them.

Why these government people haven’t done anything about the water-fueled car is a puzzle to Atty. Tan, who has tested the car on a 500-km. run from Makati to nearby provinces in the South. Why this is happeneing, I don’t know. Who can say what their motives are? But I do know that no private company would be in a position to manufacture the car here. The investment would run into hundreds of millions or billions of pesos. Only the government has that money.

What happened to the proposals of foreign investors? Dingel says flatly that he was not pleased with any of the proposals. “They all wanted to make big money out of it, just that, at the expense of the common people. I am looking for selfless, honest investors. I haven’t found any.” Dingel adds he wants the car to be priced within the reach of common people and no potential investor has considered that. (JDG)

Pinoy maker of water-powered car still fighting after 30 years

By Joey G. Alarilla; Motoring Section, Philippine Daily Inquirer
Thursday, August 12, 1999

The year 1969 was a landmark year for a number of reasons, including the conquest of space and cyberspace. Even as that year saw Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walking on the moon, so was the Internet born when its earliest incarnation, the United States Defense Department’s Arpanet (Advanced Research Project Agency network), went online.

In the Philippines, 1969 was also the year that a Filipino inventor claims to have started tinkering with a revolutionary concept for the automotive industry. His idea? To power cars using hydrogen derived from ordinary water.

Today, 1999 might well go down in Philippine history as the year that “prez freedom” – the freedom of the President to do whatever he damn well pleases – ran roughshod over press freedom. As the sight of “hit-and-run” victims like The Manila Times and the Inquirer shows, the Jeep ni Erap seems bent on turning into roadkill anyone brave or foolhardy enough to get in the way. And, 30 years later, inventor Daniel Dingel is driving around in the only water-powered car in the world, still complaining that Filipino government officials and scientists refuse to support his invention.

“They keep saying that the government is pro-poor, but what they do is sell off the resources and wealth of the Philippines. The government should really support the development of technology that would help the country pay its huge foreign debt,” he said.

At the Inquirer parking lot last Tuesday, Dingel showed off his “concept car”- a red 16-valve Toyota Corolla with the small hydrogen reactor that he invented hooked up to its internal combustion engine (ICE). Dingel’s hydrogen car has actually received media coverage since the late ’80s or so, but to date his invention has not yet been patented and commercialized. Dingel attributed this to the influence of multinational companies, notably the oil companies. A conspiracy theory worthy of the X-Files, perhaps, but if Dingel’s idea is real, then the truth is way out there.

“The electricity from the battery splits the water into its hydrogen and oxygen components, and this hydrogen can then be used to power the car engine. Normally it takes temperatures of about 5,400 degrees Fahrenheit to generate hydrogen from water – and lots of electricity, but here I am just using an ordinary 12-volt battery,” he claimed.

Just how this kind of chemical reaction is possible using an ordinary car battery is, of course, the secret behind Dingel’s invention–and the kind of claim that leads people to dismiss him as a crackpot and charlatan. In fact, while hydrogen is being touted as a viable alternative fuel in the US and other countries, these prototypes do not make use of ICEs but fuel cell engines, nor do they run on ordinary water but on liquid hydrogen.

For example, last March 17 Daimler-Chrysler unveiled in the US the hydrogen-powered Necar 4 (New Electric Car), which is based on a Mercedes-Benz A-class compact car. In these fuel cell cars, water is just a by-product of the reaction between hydrogen and oxygen ions, which produces the electricity to run the car’s engine. In this sense, the fuel cell process is the reverse of Dingel’s discovery. Also, Dingel claims that his reactor can work with any existing ICE-based car.

According to Dingel, some investors from Taiwan now plan to commercialize his car and help him get an international patent. [It is this which got him in trouble with the courts and a prison sentence in 2008]

In the Philippines, Dingel also partners with Cobis Clean Cars for another invention that his hydrogen car showcases – the so-called electromagnetic fluid (EMF) treatment.

This treatment is supposed to improve a car engine’s performance and oil life because it produces an “air magnet” to reduce friction to practically zero. Sounds like something the Jeep ni Erap could use to reduce friction with the media. Moreover, since, as Inquirer contributor Vernon Sarne pointed out, the Jeep ni Erap is alcohol-fed, EMF would make the jeep even more environment-friendly by reducing the emission of noxious fumes.

So, is this Pinoy hydrogen car for real, and will this idea soon drive the cars we’re driving? That’s the dream that Dingel has kept alive for 30 years.

Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 03:11:00 12/20/2008

Filed Under: Crime, Automotive Equipment
MANILA, Philippines-Daniel Dingel, 82-year-old inventor of a “water-powered car,” has been convicted of “estafa” [swindling] and sentenced to a maximum of 20 years imprisonment by the Paranaque City Regional Trial Court.

Daniel Dingel Water Powered Car Inventor gets 20 years for ‘swindling’
Posted by keelynet on December 20, 2008

The technology is NOT invalidated by this court action.

“Daniel Dingel, 82-year-old inventor of a “water-powered car,” has been convicted of “estafa” [swindling] and sentenced to a maximum of 20 years imprisonment by the Paranaque City Regional Trial Court. The court also ordered him to pay $380,000 in actual damages. Dingel, who has never revealed the secret to his invention, which he began in 1969, questioned the verdict but said he did not mind going to jail at his age. As of late Friday, he remained at large. Dingel was found guilty of taking $410,000 from Dr. John Ding Young of Formosa Plastics Group, a Taiwanese company, which gave it to him as research and development funds. The decision, written by Judge Rolando How of the court’s Branch 257 and released on Dec. 9, said Dingel defrauded Young when the inventor failed to fulfill his obligation of developing his “hydrogen reactor” and creating experimental cars in 2000. The unique device – a “hydrogen reactor” resembling a 12-volt battery – impressed the Taiwanese when Dingel demonstrated how it powered and fueled the car’s engine. They were also told that fuel from water had clean emissions as it did not produce carbon the way gasoline did. After receiving the money ($300,000) by wire transfer, Dingel avoided replying to his emails on the progress of the project and instead sent copies of letters from other foreign investors offering Dingel larger sums of money. Young said he kept his end of the bargain by sending another $60,000 in additional funds for R&D as stated in the joint venture agreement. He said it was then that Dingel began ignoring his communications. He said he sent demand letters for the return of $410,000 were but Dingel did not give the amount back. Instead of returning the money, Dingel withdrew $375,603.89 from his bank account and left only $500. “He admitted withdrawing the money after learning that a suit had been filed against him,” it said. “His act of immediately withdrawing the money indicated bad faith on his part.” – Source



Jul 5, ’08 11:08 AM

I finally got to meet and interview Daniel Dingel in our radio program Magandang Morning with Julius & Tin-Tin on DZMM.

Dingel’s critics from the Department of Science and Technology have branded him as a “loony” and dismissed his invention as a hoax. But I must say the guy made a lot of sense.

He claims he invented the water-powered car which could possibly help solve the world’s worsening oil crisis. It’s better than the electric-powered car that the U.S. has developed because Dingel’s car only uses water to fire up a vehicle, unlike an electric car which runs on hydrogen that still depends on electricity.

Dingel believes that the reason why government refuses to recognize his invention is because many government officials actually hold interests in the oil industry.

Dingel told me that he presented this invention to a number of Presidents but only Erap expressed interest. 2 days before he was ousted as President, Erap was prepared to sign a memorandum that would recognize Dingel’s technology to the benefit of our consumers.

Dingel is 80-something already. He might not see the day when his invention is finally recognized by any government. Up to now, he says he is not interested in selling his technology to foreigners because he wants Filipinos to benefit from it first.

Let us do away with egos and ambitions and open our eyes, minds and hearts in finding solutions to this worsening problem.

see many YouTube videos on Daniel Dingel


After years of trying to control his invention, to make money from it,

Mr. Dingel was “bought off”
Perhaps all the doubters and detractors finally “got to him” and he sold out.

How his HHO generator works has now been released. Perhaps the most promising aspect of it is that it can generate electricity.

He sold out for 1 million $
too little, too late

09-14-2012 – 12:15am

He was given $1 million

“[and allowed] to ‘continue his research’ but to then just take people out for rides in his water-powered car; but not to tell anyone how it actually worked… And I promised him that I wouldn’t release this information until after he had passed on and left this world.
“Thousands of people, from all over the world, trying to discover his secret visited him almost daily… If you look closely at the picture above, he had written the instructions on how it works under the bonnet [hood]:

Dingle's HHO honeycomb

When you look in the top of the unit you can see the honeycomb grid, about 2/3 of the way down inside the unit, sat horizontally above the core below.

the NEODYMIUM MAGNETS + BISMUTH make up the core…
They thought (hoped) that he’d taken his secrets to the grave with him…

Another very big clue is that it also generates electricity … You put 12v of electricity into the unit and it disassociates the water molecules and gives out the HHO gas… but, if you disconnect it from the car battery, it then gives out electricity… so it’s a two way reactor.

Daniel told me that by connecting one of these units to an inverter, to step up the output voltage, and simply filling it up with water, it would then power a small fridge or TV for several months, he said approximately three to four months… He didn’t say, but I presume that after that time you just had to fill it up with some more water again…

With the unit out of the car and sat on the ground with water in it he had an electric car lamp (12v) and when he connected it to the unit and put one connection on a probe and put it inside and touched it on the main flat honeycomb mesh inside of the unit the lamp lit.

And the unit was definitely running on pure tap water as he filled it from the mains water supply, and I even put my finger in and tasted it, just to make 100% sure… and it was ordinary pure tap water with no electrolyte.

He did also say that if fresh water isn’t readily available it will work just as well with sea water… and that the car would drive at 70km/h for approximately 1 hour, on 1 litre of tap water… He also told me that so far he had converted over 100 cars there to run on water since he first invented it.

He also used his EMF Oil treatment which is a plant-derived synthetic oil additive which reduces the coefficient of friction to almost zero in any mechanical device which is lubricated with oil. No air filter and he had slightly modified the air intake to let more air in past the throttle valve and to incorporate the HHO gas feed pipe.

The timing needs to be set to after TDC instead of before TDC i.e. if it’s normally 8 degrees before TDC start somewhere around 8 degrees after TDC… and you also need to work out a way to eliminate the waste spark if your engine has one, i.e. if it sparks on the exhaust cycle as well as the compression cycle and most 4-stroke petrol engines do. The waste spark doesn’t matter on petrol engines… but with HHO it’s a completely different kettle of fish.

Also, as HHO gas burns much hotter you need hardened valve seats or you’ll soon burn them out running on pure HHO gas. LPG engines should be a lot easier to work with and convert as they should have hardened valve seats in them already.

He also explained to me that most of the extra gadgets fitted under the bonnet were simply red-herrings to throw people off the scent and confuse them; like the three large solenoids at near the front of the engine – they were just fitted there for show and didn’t actually do anything.

All the best,
Ethos Pete

for more information, See





Build Your Own Hydrogen Generator

The Francisco Pacheco Hydrogen Generator

Dennis Klein’s Gas Engine Water additive

Stanley Meyer’s water powered car



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Run your car on vapors

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29 Responses to Daniel Dingel, 1968

  1. MIGUEL ANGEL SOSA CRAVIOTO on January 20, 2015 at 8:18 pm

    Hi Daniel,
    I am a psychologist from Mexico.
    i would like to know if you would be willing to share with me the hows to build a sea water motor for my car. I would like to work with you if possible, sharing the profits of every motor installed and sold in Mexico and all latino-american countries.
    We have the same issue with our government but I believe we could sell your motor person by person and contribute to the world environment. Please help me to help.
    Miguel Angel Sosa Cravioto
    Tel: +52 322 121 9959

    You have not even begun to read this page. Please do so. Then, If you want to build your own, also read our pages “A Hydrogen Generator You Can Build” and “Run Your Car On Vapors”, among others.

  2. franklin on December 5, 2014 at 12:02 am

    Matagal long . . .
    franklin labay

    you need to write your comment in english so that we can all read it (same as this article). Thanks.

  3. Vinzon on November 19, 2014 at 2:46 am

    If he has installed 100 cars with his invention, there must be somewhere even one of this car still exist, then we can evaluate his engine.
    Vinzon Castro

    That has been a repeated disappointment (also see Stanley Meyer, Dennis Klein, Francisco Pacheco, and others).
    TODAY, we have young experimenters discovering and showing us how it is done! see the links above.

  4. mario on June 5, 2014 at 11:51 pm

    It’s pretty sad Mr. Dingel sacrificed for almost half of his life just to improve his invention and plan to help the Filipino people but the useless corrupt Philippine government didn’t help at all! In my view these CORRUPT politicians that run the country should all be beheaded and be fed to the Crocodiles!

  5. Dennis on May 25, 2014 at 10:55 am

    Anybody have an update on this? please do share.. thanks
    Dennis Tolentino

    The most recent and promising breakthrough is running a car on vapors

  6. True on January 9, 2014 at 7:18 am

    So we have here a schematic of something … [where] The guy that did build [a number of them] took a million dollars to pay for his silence?
    … Surely someone with mechanical skills, a spare car, and a few thousand dollars would have successfully accomplished this by now.
    - Wishing it were True

    They have, and some are mentioned here. See pages on Stanley Meyer, Dennis Klein, Francisco Pacheco, “A Hydrogen Generator You Can Build” and others.

  7. Freebird on December 6, 2013 at 2:17 am

    Researched a lot more, so in new studies is shown (but also in one of 1974), that there is a so called “magneto-seebeck effect”.
    It is possible to influence with strong magnets, to generate more voltage out of a thermoelectric device (bismuth).

  8. Freebird on December 5, 2013 at 5:18 am

    Hi there,

    I found something about the Bismuth:
    It will used in peltier elements. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermoelectric_cooling

    Ther is also a reverse function:
    The effect is called thermoelectricity.
    If you use the right materials and a high temperature difference, like the exhaust pipe and a cool ventilated side, the materials creates voltage which can be used.


    In Dingel videos (1999) there is a cell placed on the exhaust of the engine. In an other video you can see a ventilation system which is needed in those thermoelectric generator to gain more efficiency directly mounted to the exhaust.

    Hope this helps.

  9. Arch on August 12, 2013 at 12:12 pm

    Heal the world , let us make better place a better earth, the world is perfect spacecraft nobody is passenger ma’am/sir ,.,i am crew every body is crew … a day will come that a man who stays at night @ section xx lnmb ===will give and show the humble creation of {dr. ddd} for free …. so help me god ……..amen…..
    if we will not act at this point in time 13aug13 the heat will be ereversable,
    Arch Gag Gabriel

  10. manfred on July 26, 2013 at 5:13 am

    Yes size of the honeycomb is a factor also what type of metal is used. My guess the individual hexagonal cells are about 1 cm each.
    Anyway this is a technology which can not be sold and never will be.

  11. Jing on July 9, 2013 at 5:21 am

    I’m researching about Mr. Dingel since 1998, as i saw it from an interview of him in ABS-CBN.
    As I looked into the picture, i think i have an opened window, i almost understand the concept he left about the core, i am going to make a prototype if have my time. I just need to analyzed matrix of the core and sizes. I wished i could see the honeycomb in full size or even the actual(if possible) for better analysis. Thank you Mr. Dingel! You left a puzzle to us, and almost all pieces of key are shining onto that puzzle.

    If you can figure it out, post it here so the whole world can know.

  12. Jim on July 4, 2013 at 1:49 pm

    I have done some experiments with Stanley Myers water system with very promising results and this looks similar. My career is split between electronics and mechanics so I don’t have a lot of knowledge in either but it helps understand these systems. There is defiantly something to all of this and it’s being kept from us. I am more interested in home power generation but a system like this could work here as well. As far as getting electrical current out of a reactor like was explained I don’t think that would be possible because when the input current is removed there wold be no more chemical reaction there for no voltage output.

  13. Russell on June 7, 2013 at 7:52 am

    For what its worth, I first met Daniel Dingle in late 1991 or early 1992 when he gave me a ride in his water car which lasted for the better part of a day.

    We drove from San Pedro Laguna to International Rice Research Institute and back. During the long ride, he shared many things of a personal nature in his life, and one in particular that caused him to have a life long resentment for the rich and powerful.

    He met my wife before we departed and told me during the risde that she reminded him of his former wife and he relayed to me the following. His wife was a beautiful young Filipina whom he lost when the couple visited LA for an extended period as the guest of a car company interested in Daniels technology. To pass the time, his wife went on a tour of Universal studios, at which time she was noticed by a movie mogul who took her aside, pointed out her movie star potential. He encouraged her to meet again and again for screen tests, acting lessons, etc. In this manner she was gradually wooed away from Mr. Dingle, by this powerful man. It broke Daniel’s heart.

    Thereafter Daniel loved to string along the rich and powerful, and then frustrate them with no deal, who reminded him of the lost the love of his life.

    We had a mutual friend who told me he had frequently observed Daniel in the company of with dignitaries from various parts of the world who had traveled there to make deals with him. And in the end he would just laugh at them.

    Daniel also told me he wished to show the world that the Filipino can do great things.

    As for the manner of his invention, He started on gasoline and after a few minutes switched off the gasoline and ran it on water. He proved that to me by completely blocking off the air path to the engine which verified. The engine ran in that manner for about 5 or 6 hours that day.

    Russell Fielder

  14. Family on May 31, 2013 at 1:14 am

    First, family has the reactor. Second, he didn’t sell out. Third, his son lives in PH but his daughter flew with her grandmother in law to PH to put her father to rest. Fourth, there is no association with Bill Gates. Fifth, he never sold out? Sixth, he passed in the hospital. Seventh, not a single person, business or the like stood up for his funeral. His family and some close friends attended his funeral; where are all these business men and why didn’t they come forward or have YET to contact us? If he had $1mil, then why did his family have to sacrifice life and limb for his hospital bills and burial? You should really try to reach out to family for true details next time before posting such things.

  15. Nathan on May 21, 2013 at 6:35 am

    I am a civil engineer, when i was in still studying in Tarlac State University Mr. Daniel visited us. he was invited as speaker in our engineering week. That time he brought his water fueled car; showed it in the open area of the campus. I was able to look upon the engine but i don’t know anything about engines, that time i was unable to appreciate what he was trying to explain. Or how great his invention was, free energy. He also showed a small box like a shoe box he said this could power your entire house electricity requirements, it has a very large current inside he said.

    Now I realize how useful his invention is. Now owing a car and rising fuel prices his invention is the true solution. I wish he was still alive today so I can visit him personally and ride with his car and maybe ask him to convert my car. Rest in peace Mr. Daniel Dingle, a true Filipino patriot who love the poor.

  16. Luis on May 13, 2013 at 12:21 am

    It’s incredible waste of talent that has occurred, I am a student of mechanical engineering, Colombian, and I feel great appreciation for this type of technology. Although I have not had the opportunity to work with hydrogen, I’m starting to research the topic, I hope to have some more information and I’ll be visiting it mentioned portals. The problem is global as D.D. commented, I hope to be part of this solution.
    Luis C. Aviles

  17. Victorino Jr. on May 9, 2013 at 2:54 pm

    I feel so sad that Daniel Dingel had passed away… More so when I read that nobody has kept the secret of making the water powered engine.

    I would like to suggest, if somebody has Dingel’s idea let us join hands, let’s make a cooperative! I am pretty sure that every Filipino, except some of the corrupt elite, would want to be a member to put up a capital for its mass production in the Philippines for Filipinos. Imagine we are more than 90 million, even when half will have a capital share of 100 pesos, we can raise about 4 billion pesos! Enough to build a manufacturing facility of water powered car.

    Besides, I appreciate Pres. Pnoy for being pro poor and pro progress, this is the time Mr. President that we will unite Filipinos to stand by our own feet, not puppet of any foreign dictator!

  18. Neon on April 29, 2013 at 10:47 am

    I didn’t read much the comments.
    But I believe this story. I have friends who are in the business world telling hints and scrupulous stories about our government. Now this adds a whole new meaning…
    Thanks. I am not an engineer. But probably, showing this to the right “countrymen” will truly benefit us all.
    If only I could talk to Engr. Dingel right now, I know what you feel. Maybe not entirely. But, thank you for being a true countryman. Ad astra per aspera? Or something.

    And to Filipinos … This is it. This is what it’s all about. Let’s bring it to a new level.
    Neon Blueflame

  19. George Dee on December 6, 2012 at 3:04 am

    Its not just a matter of local politics. Mr. Dingel is true in saying that we (Pilipinos), by virtue of our loan agreements with the world banks, must not produce any thing that will compete with their (Muslim countries like Saudi Arabia and Brunie) products (petroleum).

  20. fabio fiegalan on November 22, 2012 at 6:23 am

    It saddened me upon learning that he had passed away some years ago. and maybe his inventions were buried with him. i don’t know if he was able to reveal the secrets of his inventions to anyone before he passed away. He is not only a genius, he has a big loving heart and and most of all compassionate to the poor Filipinos whom he wanted to help thru his inventions. i wish and pray that someday, someone among the members of the foundation established to honor him will be able to realize the dreams of Mr. Dingel.

    Yes, and it saddens us that the Ethos Group, aka Dingle Foundation, does not even know the location, or owner, of one of Daniel’s hydrogen generators. It is said that he has put a hundred of them in the cars of friends. They don’t even have one themselves – nothing to enlighten us, the world, about Daniel’s invention, which now dies with no knowledge of how to build one.
    Strangely, consider the case of the Charles Pogue super-carburetor. See our page on it with diagrams, and the picture of drag racing legend Don Garlits holding one. Here also is a case of no one building one.
    Read our article on John Weston, who is still alive, and try to contact him.

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