10-15 years ago, a mechanic working on my car asked me to look at a video of
an engine that ran on water. He wanted to know what a "scientist" thought
The video showed a bottle of water bubbling into the carb of a small
engine - lawnmower perhaps. The bubbles were said to be hydrogen and oxygen
produced by a very precisely cut steel rod in a pipe, the lengths of which
make the magnetic field of the earth disasociate the water. The inventor
was not selling the machine, itself, but rather rights to distribute plans
for the steel-rod hydrogen generator in a specific region. Only $10,000 per
region - not bad.
The whole gadget was bolted to a 2" thick metal plate which, of course, was
hollow and full of propane or natural gas. The motor ran just fine.
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