Water as Fuel : The Coming Hydrogen Revolution?

Posted on May 24, 2006 
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Florida company Hydrogen Technologies seems to have perfected electrolysis as a means to fuel cars.

Spokesman Danny Klein says his Ford Escort powered on the new fuel called Aquagen halves his gasoline costs.

The machine that makes Aquagen runs voltage through water creating gas that is then cooled and dried in another compartment and then burned as fuel. Apparently, the hydrogen and oxygen stay connected in the process harnessing the atomic power of hydrogen with the chemical stability of water.

Klein says the water molecule is “restructured” when a tremendous amount of energy is mixed with a catalyst.

He adds the technology isn’t new. Others have tried it, but they used so much electricity that their inventions never took off. But managers at Klein’s company think they have improved, maybe even perfected the process.

“We estimate it costs around $0.70 per hour to generate, and it produces 1,500 liters of aquagen per hour.”

Steve Lusko works for the company, and says since this story first aired they have received calls from technology officers of General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin and “the biggest industrial companies in the country.”

Aquagen actually started out as project to create a water-based welding torch. As seen in the CNN clip, the Aquagen-fueled torch heats to a melting point of whatever it touches. It can burn a hole through charcoal, slice steel, and turn a brass ball to liquid. It also reacts to gasoline, helping run an engine before turning back to water.

Seems far-fetched? Too good to be true? Will this finally end our reliance on oil? Is this the dawning of the age of Aquarius?

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