Hydrogen Research

Stanley Meyer’s Invention – Something For Nothing?

Posted by on August 27, 2012 at 4:02 pm
Stanley Meyer gas processor

This post is an explanation of how the first Law of Thermodynamics, an expression of The Law of the Conservation of Energy, permits over-unity in Stanley Meyer’s hydrogen generation process. Stanley Meyer’s patents resulted in output energy as much as ten times over input energy. In other words, the process he invented, took distilled water, […]

What Is An HHO Generator

Posted by on May 27, 2011 at 11:46 am
Typical HHO Generator has 21 SS plates

Hydrogen fuel cells, HHO generators, green energy, alternative energy, renewable energy, Hydrogen gas, wind energy; we only have to switch on the news or we hear about these terms. Fossil fuels are running out fast, and the world with an ever rising productive economy is in need of new energy sources to handle the growth. […]

Using HHO: The Pros and Cons of Converting Your Vehicle To Run On HHO

Posted by on April 25, 2011 at 10:45 am

Things To Consider Concerning¬† HHO Powered Hybrid Conversions Cost To Convert Vehicle to Run on HHO : You should realistically budget between $750 and $1000 unless you are a pretty good mechanic. If you are frugal and can do basic automotive mechanics you could do it for just over half that amount. Figure out the […]

Thoughts on The Law of The Conservation of Energy

Posted by on March 24, 2011 at 11:24 am

I work with methods to generate Brown’s Gas and to harness it’s incredible energy potential in the most efficient manner possible. Since I began this research in 2006 (with a ton of reading prior) I’ve heard many vociferous comments like “dude, what you’re trying to do is impossible…haven’t you heard about the Law of The […]

Micro Power vs Macro Power

Posted by on January 28, 2011 at 12:26 pm

You know the saying: “Power corrupts…Absolute Power corrupts absolutely”. I’m proposing a radical idea…return power to the people. But, I’m not just talking about political power. I’m talking about energy. You are probably not familiar with the Billings Hydrogen powered homestead from 1975. The home was entirely heated and powered by hydrogen. Sufficient hydrogen was […]

Go Off The Grid With Clean Energy

Posted by on January 25, 2011 at 5:19 pm

My blog has one primary purpose: To help people to become energy independent. I’m also going to include a by-product of energy independence: To help people become financially independent. The world presently is mired in last century’s energy paradigm OIL. Oil is a strategic asset that determines both the wealth and security of countries and […]