11 thoughts on “What Happened To This Invention?

  1. He was either paid off to shut up, threatened or killed.
    The invention was suppressed for “national security” reasons.
    In other words, the financial/corporate/political elites were making so much money and maintaining power and control over the population selling fossil fuels that they used basic brutal organized crime techniques to “kill” the competition.
    Now they are getting control of the fresh water supplies so they can continue their crimes as his technology is slowly released.
    I’m not sure, but I doubt this would work well with salt/sea water.

      1. I have seen a few videos about that.
        There would either be salt residues left after electrolysis or the many different elements in the salt would be “combusted and/or exhausted” in some manner.
        I can’t really get my head around it but it certainly intrigues me.
        I was mainly referring to the welding and cutting of metals as I can’t imagine salts would be compatible with the metal.

        1. There is residual salts left behind from the electrolysis. Baking soda as an electrolyte is not as “active” but has less salts. Lye has good output but the salts are extremely corrosive. Especially to aluminum.

  2. Two automobile manufacturers and the U.S. government got involved? That explains everything as to why we haven’t seen this technology.

  3. I built one of these torches in my basement out of a car battery charger and some stainless steel tubing. It worked great. Browns gas is super volatile and hard to store and takes an enormous amount of electricity to flow enough gas to run a car. It’s prone to blowing stuff up too. Nothing has the potential of Cannabis Hemp, nothing even comes close.

  4. I worked at an RnD facility in CO doing this. We used H to cut our pieces and made Hydrogen on demand systems for cars and trucks. Gas was $5 but fell to $3 and we lost our asses.

    Get good SS. place alternating SS(plates or coils) at equal distances. Then add distilled water. After putting on tubes and electrodes and check valves you add you electrolyte. It varies by the distance and surface area of the SS.

    It’s a lot of fun and you can easily double the gas/mile ratio. Carburetors and diesels love it. New cars hate it and require a computer mod. But then again your new chevy can drive on pure alcohol if you tell the computer to allow you.

    Its not dead. Its as easy at building 1.

    1. Thanks for the info.
      How is the salt residue disposed of?
      Would it work with sea water that contains many different salts?
      Do the anode/cathode need frequent cleaning or does the residue just fall to the bottom?

      1. I would not recommend sea water. Unless it was for a torch or something with an open burner.

        The salts will corrode an engine block. Its much worse with lye and aluminum and less so with baking soda and steal. There is MANY choices in between.

        The salts will evaporate to some degree. What remains will form brown ‘stuff’ in the water. The plates will get smaller over time as well as get nasty looking. You will notice one polarity makes the plate get smaller and the other will get nasty. To clean the plates before a polarity reversal(to get the most out of them) just reverse the polarity in a separate vessel and dilute the water out. We diluted to 8gal fresh/ 1gal used sludge water.
        These can consume many amps(20-40ish is good 80+is getting dangerous to be near. its a volume equation really.) at 14Vdc(car battery) It is great if an alternator is spinning or the sun is shining on a PV panel.

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