Hydrogen cars are automobiles that are made of hydrogen.
Hydrogen cars are not made of plutonium or iridium or even Marie
Curium, but rather, they are made from the most abundant element
in the universe: water.
Hydrogen cars are made from water inside a hydrogen
factory and they are put together on a hydrogen assembly line. Now
days, most hydrogen cars are built in Iceland, which has an abundance
of frozen water and vast resources for renewable energy.
Like an igloo on wheels, the hydrogen car is assembled, piece by
piece and then in the final stages, the car is melted, the oxygen
removed and all that is left is a hydrogen car floating in the air.
Since hydrogen in its natural state tends to rise in the common
air, the hydrogen cars float right off the assembly lines.
Some would say they are little Hindenburgers buts lets not go there
since the Hindenburg did not blow up because of hydrogen. It blew
up because it was struck with a crude, early prototype shoulder
launch missile and cat named Fred.
But, back to hydrogen cars for a second (if you happen to be counting).
Once the hydrogen cars float off the assembly line, they are tethered
out back the hydrogen car plants like weather balloons. Now, you
may ask, that if the hydrogen cars are tethered, will you be able
to fly one?
No, because once you step inside, your fat little heiny will weigh
down the hydrogen car like a big rock in a small bucket. Hydrogen
cars are not sky cars and those cars are real with little jets all
around them and they can fly. Hydrogen cars cannot fly, but they
can go like the wind. There are very few hydrogen
cars for sale which make them rare though I prefer mine to be
Just step on the pedal, do a little Flintstoning with your feet
and away you go! Off in your new hydrogen car and off to your
favorite restaurant to eat a pail full of hydrogenated oils. Just
a note, not all car insurance companies cover hydrogen cars. So
do some research, and make sure that after buying your new hydrogen
car you get covered.