You bet it does, little shaver. You bet it does.
Boy, that idea could be worth more than A BILLION DOLLARS. Maybe so. Boy, you should talk to a patent lawyer and get some paper on this thing. Then make the Henry Ford heirs eat it.
Think I'll blog it instead. So here's a little picture of an engine that can run on any liquid, even an innocuous and cheaply available liquid like ordinary tap water. (void where prohibited by law. excludes rebates and dealer incentives.)
|a rough drawing of the entire works. proposed 4-cylinder configuration.|
As a child I had a wild imagination(and I still have that). I had a little red Hot Wheels car that came with a race track set. It was between an Italian supercar and a Le Mans prototype racer. Rear engine. All that. I daydreamed that I had a real, life-sized version of the car. I further dreamed all the other people in the world were gone. And I just roamed my hometown all day in this supercar.
But I'd need gas. With no people, there would be no electricity, and no gas pumps working. Again, I'd need gas. What if my car had a water engine, that was hydraulic, with no internal combustion? That would do. I could ride until the tires fell off.
So there it was. An engine that runs on fluid pressure. The bottom end is a Wankel-kind of configuration. While the top end, as shown, would only guarantee a sustained level of revolutions, never slowing and never speeding up. Like perpetual motion. Until friction breaks it down in a couple of decades or so.