However, his claims haven’t been independently verified. Besides, such machines violate the laws of physics (the first law of thermodynamics). And in 1996 Meyer's claims about the water fuel cell and the car that it powered were found to be fraudulent by an Ohio court. On the basis of the evidence Meyer was found guilty of gross fraud and ordered to repay the investors to whom he had sold contract, offering the right to do business in the new technology. His death is controversial too. An autopsy report concluded that he died of a cerebral aneurysm. However some people persist that he was poisoned by companies and government which was threatened by this invention.
And now, is there a chance for us to look back to what can be done with this invention? However vague is the clue, I think there is some real possibility for a more effective and efficient machine in the future, though not run perpetually as Meyer’s. There is a chance to make a possible things come true.