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).
Free Energy Pump
A small isolated village of 2500 people in northern Uganda without potable water, electric power, access to fuel or funds asked for help. The inspired answer: A plastic pump operating at 260 psi using the water pumped as the fuel.
There are other ways to separate hydrogen and oxygen from water that are much more efficient and effective than electrolysis. With only hundreds of miliamps, Walt Jenkins can run an engine with 95%+ water.
In an internal combustion engine the big anomalous energy manifests from microscopic ball lightning – not hydrogen combustion. This year all the pieces of the HHO energy puzzle came together to yield my best presentation on this topic.
the real story!
If you're like me, you're probably sick and tired of all the claims by all these so-called experts that claim to have duplicated or replicated Stan Meyer's or other people's water fuel technology. Here's the real story in a very comprehensive package so that it cannot be ignored any longer.