Anorak News | Man invents perpetual motion car

Man invents perpetual motion car

by | 17th, May 2012

YAZOOKS! Tang Zhenping, a 55-year-old farmer living in Banjiehe, China, has invented the world’s first wind-powered car. When the electric car hits 40mph, the desk fan in the front spins, charging the engine and enabling Mr Zhenping to drive on for days.

He tells Sky News:

“I’m not doing this just for the money.”

No. He’s invented perpetual motion for the girls.

Next week, Lewis Hamilton puts a ceiling fan on his F1 car and races a jet plane with a wind turbine on the top…

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