An Ancestor Of All Internal-Combustion Vehicles Was A Moss-Powered Jet Ski Built By The Inventor Of Photography

I have to admit, while I know that’s a fairly cumbersome headline, I really like just how much is packed in there, and, even better, it’s all true. The very first internal combustion to actually power a vehicle was, at least in part, fueled with a type of moss, and that engine powered a boat that worked on the same…

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