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Author Topic: Generator on water  (Read 9955 times)

Offline Spinach

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Generator on water
« on: November 04, 2010, 11:19:57 PM »
Hello,

This is my first post here and I'm still relatively new, but I have spent many evenings reading on this forum and others about free energy. To me it seems one of the easiest ways to create free energy is a generator which runs on hydrogen with added cold water mist as described here:
http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/Chapter10.pdf and then the "Running an Electrical Generator without Fossil Fuel"-part. It seems Patrick Kelly who runs this website is trusted by many, so I really hope this works!

I have little experience in building electrical circuits and such, but even for me it doesn't seem so hard to build this; You can use conventional electrolysis and still get 'free' electricity. It is argued that it may be costly due to the costs of the generator and parts, but I think that is not the biggest issue here.

However, I have a hard time finding discussions or replications of this. Can somebody point me in the right direction?

I am particularly interested in:
1 - Are there (m)any (un)successful replications? Where can I find more information?
2 - Could this also work with a cheap, probably less efficient generator? I haven't found V-twin generators in my area, but I see that they cost $2000+. I do find generators which cost around $500 with the same output in kW.

I would also be interested in the theory of why this would work, the gain is not in super-efficient electrolysis and I see no link to resonance. But if it works I don't really care ;D

Thanks,
Spinach
(I am sorry if this is in the wrong place or if I just don't know how to properly use the search function, in which case this topic may be deleted)

Offline gcramer789

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Re: Generator on water
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2011, 09:01:09 AM »
Hello everyone I am Gary Carmer
I am newbies in this forum......
water is a very impotent for the generation... we should save it

Offline Poit

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Re: Generator on water
« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2011, 10:43:21 AM »
"It is argued that it may be costly due to the costs of the generator and parts, but I think that is not the biggest issue here. " THAT IS NOT the mainstream argument at all, the mainstream argument is that it takes a lot more energy to electrolyse water than the output energy you get from it (I am not saying I believe this, but I am simply correcting your false belief)

Offline Poit

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Re: Generator on water
« Reply #3 on: March 29, 2011, 10:45:00 AM »
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Offline Spinach

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Re: Generator on water
« Reply #4 on: March 30, 2011, 11:39:06 AM »
"It is argued that it may be costly due to the costs of the generator and parts, but I think that is not the biggest issue here. " THAT IS NOT the mainstream argument at all, the mainstream argument is that it takes a lot more energy to electrolyse water than the output energy you get from it (I am not saying I believe this, but I am simply correcting your false belief)

I was not stating or arguing what the mainstream argument was or is. I was just pointing out some argument against it. And I specifically added that was not the biggest issue, the biggest issue is whether or not it works. In other words, whether or not the mainstream argument is correct or not.