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Author Topic: HHO as real UO system  (Read 2540 times)

Offline John.K1

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HHO as real UO system
« on: December 31, 2015, 01:44:32 AM »
Hello there.
Couple days ago I was thinking about the HHO device possibly leading to OU . And why do I think this way?It is very simple- Hydrogen is lighter than an air and rise up. Imagine you break water in to the hydrogen and oxygen on the ground and leave hydrogen to rise to couple hundreds of meters on its own. In that high you burn it back in some generator (60% of electricity back to the system) and use the water as a result  to make a rest of work on its all way down.

Would it work?  Maybe in the walls of water dams or high buildings?
Just some idea.

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HHO as real UO system
« on: December 31, 2015, 01:44:32 AM »

 

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