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Originally posted by hawkiye
As I said it is good to remain cautious however lets us not throw the baby out with the bath water.
Originally posted by ommadawn
Reading the article, it stinks of being a hoax.
The nail in the coffin for me is where they say -
"The frictionless mass is capable of generating enormous inertia…"
Inertia is not something which is ever generated.
Then they present -
"amplify superconductor fields through the induction of frequencies"
You cannot amplify anything through induction.
And there is -
"Nanoparticles are added to the water causing it to become a superfluid, so that it does not freeze until about minus 17 to 20 degrees Celsius. "
Which is just plain laughable.
The two technologies mentioned above deal with quantum mechanic physics, and involve quantum entanglement.
The superconductor generator technology mentioned above turns out to have healing effects as well.
sigh - electrolysis of water , by conventional technology produces H2 & O2 - and NO ONE has ever disputed that
If it is a fact prove it. I and hundreds of others have built working HHO or commonly called hydroxy generators so I am not going to argue with ignorance that someone read somewhere and never tested things for themselves.
Originally posted by HEroX
reply to post by hawkiye
I love it when poeple try to 1 up each other and fail miserably. Electrolysis of water does indeed produce O2 and H2 gas. Yes water is dihydrogenoxide 2H and 1O. But as you know so much about chemistry. You must know that O is a free radical and immediatly bonds with another O to produce O2.