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The Early Pioneers Of Water Fuel Research or Hydrogen HHO

Sep 17, 2008
No matter where we live, we are surrounded by water. There is so much of it covering this planet, we should stop and think about why it is here. For many reasons, obviously. But what about as a source of fuel? Water fuel? Yes! It is the most intelligent source of fuel for human use. If you break

H20 down into its component gases and burn it, it becomes water again, only cleaner than it was before! And unlike when you burn anything else, the earth and its atmosphere have been not been adversely affected, because no oxygen has been taken from the atmosphere for the combustion, and either no or very little pollution has resulted npm the process. The water is soon ready to be used again! It~s a "no-brainer," if there ever was one!

There are fascinating new technologies that are now becoming public knowledge, as well as many old technologies that have long been in the public domain, that have to do with efficiently turning water into a clean-burning combustible fuel, when and where one needs it. It shouldn't come as a surprise to us that water, made up of 67% hydrogen and 33% oxygen, could be decomposed and used as a fuel. Nor should it come as a surprise that the people who have sold you fuel, and those who tax fuel sales, do not want you collecting yours in a rain barrel. They have done a masterful job of seeing to it that this option isone that you will not learn the truth about. Thus, no institutior of "higher learning" has been bold enough to promote it.

But let's begin at the beginning. The first instance of humans producing hydrogen from water and using it for some purpose probably happened too long ago to be remembered, but almost 500 years ago a Swiss-German physician named Paracelsus noted that a flammable gas was formed when iron reacted with sulfuric acid in water. The chemistry behind this reaction was not understood until much later. Now it is known as a "single-replacement reaction," because an active metal replaces the hydrogen in the acid, releasing the hydrogen, and illustrated thus:

A + BC ~ AC + B

Alchemists like Paracelsus looked for ways to make gold, but what they should have been looking for is an ingot which, when dropped in water, causes a copious release of hydrogen gas. The U.S. military recently requested such ingots to produce hydrogen gas in the field for fuel cell use. In fact, cerium is a metal that does this by itself when immersed in plain water! It has been reported that some Swiss postal vehicles at one time ran on the gas generated from a cerium brick in water. Recent developments along this line will be discussed later.

But we can't move on just yet, because Paracelsus was a man whose life story is both strange and typical. He suffered from the same persecution that later water fuel inventors would, albeit at times due to his arrogance. He was both a doctor and a university professor, and he challenged the scientific establishment with his advanced thinking about medicine.
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Did you know that you can convert your car to a water-burning car? You can run your car on water, supplemental to gasoline, to increase your car's fuel efficiency and reduce your fuel costs significantly. Works on gas or diesel powered cars, vans, trucks, and SUVs.
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