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With all the hype over hydrogen fuel cells (still not very feasible), Denny Klein has been silently developing a unique way to generate a gas called HHO. It has the benefits of burning hotter than hydrogen while maintaining the stability of water. At first he was just looking for a better way to weld but soon realized he'd developed an inexpensive and environmentally safe way to fuel just about everything.

He's already working with the military and major auto manufacturers.

Here's a link to his site

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This electrolysis process has been refined over 100+ years and ultimately scraped because it took more enrgy to restructure the h2o molecule than you could get from it. Klein's model is the most efficient in terms of energy return. Harnessing the energy is the main problem. Modern Science still rejects the magnacule theory but this is the best evidence to support the claims of Italian physicist Rugerro Santilli. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruggero_Santilli)
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hey aramax you pretty much just stated that you didn't pay any attention at all to the video or the link because....he isnt burning hydrogen OR storing it at ANY psi in ANY tank.

and solo. if you paid attention to the link or the video clips contained on it you would have seen that all your questions are answered. like this one

"Next scene, they talk about a car that runs on water. Nice try. Where do you plug it for the special electrolysis? 4 once for 100 miles? I don’t think so. Plus that engine looked like a plain old internal combustion engine."

solo, thats because it IS a plain ol'e combustion engine he SUPPLEMENTS the gasoline with direct hho injection to double his mpg (using 4 ounces of water) and he doesn't need to plug it in because there is a modified alternator that outputs the voltage required for the electrolysis to take place.

I'm repeatedly amazed at the constant ability for skeptics to ignore certain details and totally not pay any attention to the facts at hand but that sure as hell doesn't stop them from spreading their message of ignorance for all the world to see!

recap for the slow

this isn't burning hydrogen for energy....its not hydrogen its a different blend of hydrogen and oxygen being burned in a manner before the bond to turn them back into water takes place so your repeated attempts at linking to failed attempts of hydrogen energy is not only pointless but it just shows how ignorant you are.
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How can you trust fox news about anything after you see this piece? Bad journalism at its best.

Sure, you can have a welder, that plugs in the wall and uses electricity (see, energy from electricity) and their special form of electrolysis (how special?) to make hydrogen and burn it. Note that the claim 'barely warm to the touch' is not substanciated by passing the flame over a hand. There's nothing special in that one.

Next scene, they talk about a car that runs on water. Nice try. Where do you plug it for the special electrolysis? 4 once for 100 miles? I don't think so. Plus that engine looked like a plain old internal combustion engine.

Really. Give it up. The 'invention' belongs to the land of trolls and fairies.
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