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May 30, 2006

Revolutionary water-based power for cars

at 6:30 am. Filed under Insane Equipment

Tired of high gas prices? This water based power source may be the answer.

“A U.S. inventor has come up with a new electrolysis process that he claims could revolutionize how cars are powered. Last week, Denny Klein filed for a patent on the process, which has reportedly gotten attention from the Department of Defense and one major U.S. automaker.”


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9 Responses to “Revolutionary water-based power for cars”

  1. Steve Says:


    Chemical reaction analysis at:


  2. MaGnA Says:

    The Correct URL is:

    http://anti-rant.blogspot.com/2006/05/simple-truth-about-hho-and-water.html (no extra / at the end)

  3. Kenny Says:

    How dose he do the melting of the iron ball and the fingers on the flame in this film? And how dose he fool the FOX news to send it without checking tha story, they myst hawe a crew on location to make this film and who is in on the scam.

    P.S sorry for my bad spelling.

  4. Alex Says:

    He will never get his patent… this thing is in the public domain for a decade…
    it’s called Brown’s gas, and you cannot run a car exclusively on it… but it can seriously enhance combustion

  5. Dan Says:

    He probably will get his patent, because how he gets the HHO may be diferent enough that it is allowed. And this technology has been around MUCH longer than a decade. For instance, a dictionary of the 1930s shows that splitting water into the two gases can be done with a simple pair of electrodes in a dual-chambered tank using DC low-voltage.

    As to whether Hydrogen burns or not, apparently none of the above remember the German Zepplins of the 1930s – more specifically the Hindenberg that blew up at it’s mooring post.

    All were lifted with Hydrogen, and many were exploded as well. Yes, Hydrogen is DAMN flammable.

  6. Harry Yianni Says:

    I would like to find out more about how this process works and or where can I buy
    a kit to convert H2O directly into fuel for my car….

  7. Наме Says:


  8. Cars Says:


    Interesting topic… I’m working in this industry myself and I don’t agree about this in 100%, but I added your page to my bookmarks and hope to see more interesting articles in the future

  9. boris Says:

    let me guess. a car company will buy it and ‘develop’ it for a while.

    i.e. sit on it.

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