Actually been around a lot longer then that.This concept has been around since at least 1999 and nothing has been done with it so far.
Keep searching deeper and deeper into it... gets interesting!
Yes, as Brown's gas it's been around a lot longer than that, I was referring to the 'possibility' of applying it to the automotive industry.Actually been around a lot longer then that.
If, this concept didn't use more energy then it creates, it apparently is a gas that becomes explosive at low pressures.
It's formally known as Brown's gas, and it was debunked years ago. New set of investors, LOL I tried to find some link between Dennis Lee and Denny Klein. Couldn't find one in the 10 minutes I devoted to searching. The claims are nearly identical.
My favorite statement is the ability to weld any material to any other material.
There are those that believe DC current would have been more efficient use of energy, but we'll never know how large scale would have worked
Never knew that, never even thought to ask the question... For those that want to run through the math, found this interesting linkThe more digging I do into this the more it seems like a manipulative hoax. The link phecksel posted has some pretty good arguments against this.
Just as a side note... Did you know that for every gallon of gas you burn in your car, you produce a gallon of water?