There is a fair amount of unverified experimentation, pseudo-science, and controversy surrounding the viability of oxyhydrogen (HHO) gas as a fuel for automotive use, etc. Much of it has to do with whether a sufficient amount can be produced on-board a vehicle in real time, gas composition to effectively emulate the burn rate of gasoline, and competing methods of electrolysis (splitting water). However, there are other less-known techniques for building a working system. Our website presents a broad treatment of the subject, including the most informative presentations and cutting-edge information available anywhere. (See: Radiant Energy, Pulsed Power, Aerial Systems, Resonance, Electromagnetic, Superconductors).