Sunday, October 18, 2015

Fwd: Systems to split water using resonance

Water continues to dazzle with its out-of-the-box nature. After seeing
the info on its 4th state, I'm a lot more open to further explorations
(lookup: the 4th state of water, tedx talk). Might the late Arthur C
Clarke turn out to have predicted the use of water as a fuel? (and I'm
sure a lot of otherpeople were predicting the same around that time,
but I happened to read his books mostly)

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From: Hope Girl and the Fix the World Team

Another variation on the water-fuel theme relies more on vibrations
than on chemistry. At more than 100 per cent efficiency, such a system
produces hydrogen gas and oxygen from ordinary water at normal
temperatures and pressure.

One example is U.S. Patent 4,394,230, Method and Apparatus for
Splitting Water Molecules, issued to Dr. Andrija Puharich in 1983. His
method made complex electrical wave forms resonate water molecules and
shatter them, which freed hydrogen and oxygen. By using Tesla's
understanding of electrical resonance, Puharich was able to split the
water molecule much more efficiently than the brute-force electrolysis
that every physics student knows. (Resonance is what shatters a
crystal goblet when an opera singer hits the exact note which vibrates
with the crystal's molecular structure.)

Puharich reportedly drove his mobile home using only water as fuel for
several hundred thousand kilometers in trips across North America. In
a high Mexican mountain pass he had to make do with snow for fuel.
Splitting water molecules as needed in a vehicle is more revolutionary
than the hydrogen-powered systems with which every large auto
manufacturer has dallied. With the on-demand system, you don't need to
carry a tank full of hydrogen fuel which could be a potential bomb.

Another inventor who successfully made fuel out of water on the spot
was the late Francisco Pacheco of New Jersey. The Pacheco Bi-Polar
Auto electric Hydrogen Generator (U.S. Patent No. 5,089,107) separated
hydrogen from seawater as needed.

A pioneer in breaking down water into hydrogen and oxygen without heat
or ordinary electricity, John Worrell Keely reportedly performed feats
which 20th-century science is unable to duplicate. He worked with
sound and other vibrations to set machines into motion. To liberate
energy in molecules of water, Keely poured a quart of water into a
cylinder where tuning forks vibrated at the exact frequency to
liberate the energy. Does this mean he broke apart the water molecules
and liberated hydrogen, or did he free a more primal form of energy?
The records which could answer such questions are lost. However, a
century later, Keely is being vindicated. One scientist recently
discovered that Keely was correct in predicting the exact frequency
which would burst apart a water molecule. Keely understood atoms to be
intricate vibratory phenomena.

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