Friday, July 22, 2005
So was just browsing through few links given by hack-a-day . I came across a particularly interesting site.
The setup you see above is to make a normal motor run on water. Of course the basic principle involved is breaking water into its constituent 2H+O but there's something new to it. Now there is no need to employ Browne's process to electrolytically breakdown water. The same can be done via a cheap metal alloy and salt water. Just add some alloy piece to the container containing salt water and voila!! we have hydrogen produced at an accelerating rate.
Sometimes i wonder why thigs like this dont get reported in Times.
There r plenty of new information i'd like to share but am too lazy to write everything down here... read the Water Karma. It is really worth reading.