Stanley Meyer was born on August 24 1940 in Ohio State, United States. In 1975, the US imposed an oil embargo on Middle East countries and Saudi Arabia drastically cut down oil supply to the US. This led to a massive crisis among companies and the motor mobile industry.
In the past, we have had famous and fantastic people who had to pay the highest price and some with their own lives. This is to make life easier and simpler and sometimes new inventions can even threaten already existing inventions that may not survive. We all know that the old has to make way for the new and, therefore, the new ones inventions always lead to their death.
As the world continues to embrace new technology and new ideas, we have had famous and great people in the past who have had to pay the ultimate price and some with their own lives. Anytime there is an new invention or new idea, it is meant to make life easier and simpler and sometimes new Inventions may even threaten the already existing inventions which may not survive.
Stanley Meyer is the name of the American man who invented one of the most remarkable innovations of his time and it did not go well with him however after his invention.Back in the 90s, Stanley invented a water-fueled cell technology which he said could be used to in cars and so gas fuel would not be needed for cars to run.