Dutch Engineer: Missing Link To Hydrogen Cell Efficiency

All gas engines on the planet could be converted to this system if only the efficiency could be improved. The process work by running an electrical current through water. This splits up the H20 molecule into two hydrogen and one oxgen atom or into HHO aka brows gas, depending on whom you believe  These molecules are more explosive than gas and will thus work very well as an alternative to gasoline. The problem is that it currently takes so much electricity to break down the water that using gasoline is more efficient.

The last fellow who go close to the solution was American inventor Stan Meyers. Stan got the efficience process to the point where it became a better alternative than gasoline but died from a very bad case of food poisoning just before he was about to meet some investors. Those who have continued in his footsteps have only gotten so far…

A Dutch electrical engineer Arend Lammertink may have found the solution. Here is his theory which revolves around recreating the special capacities of electrolytic capacitors to drastically improve HHO creation efficiency  At it’s core this is an aetheric process and getting this right will open the door to all manner of aetheric energy solutions . All those daring souls who want to give this a try make your intent known here and maybe Arend will give us a helping hand.

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