Just such an invention has been created by Paul Pantone of Garden Valley. Impossible you may say. The course of the world could be changed if it was no longer dependent on dwindling energy sources.
The Carbon County Planning Commission recommended last week that 120 acres of land about five miles south of Price be re(garbled) from mining and grazing to (garbled) industrial purposes.
The land would house a factory to construct car retrofit devices that some experts look upon with great skepticism.
Paul Pantone has a lofty ambition -- he wants to save the planet. But the world may not be ready to be saved.
The Greenbrae resident claims to have invented the miracle engine -- cheap energy and no pollution. In fact, says Pantone, it produces energy while cleaning the air, something that has been, at least until now, akin to turning lead into gold.
James Prescott, of Scotts Hill, and his cousin, Billy Burton, modified the motor from a pressure washer to run on a mixture of fuel and water.
Prescott carried the motor to school with him at the Lexington Campus of the Tennessee Technology Center last week to demonstrate to fellow students and teachers that it did actually work.