Most water fuel researchers and developers are focused on methods to separate hydrogen and oxygen from water with electrolysis (running electrical current through the water).
However, there are other ways that are much more efficient and effective. With only hundreds of miliamps, Walt Jenkins can run an engine with 95%+ water.
He isn’t using electrolysis, but he was heavily involved with that years ago and he is actually the original developer of the popular dry cell that most experimenters are using.
Although this presentation is not a full disclosure, he does share some concepts regarding this method that point people in the right direction. Keep in mind that this is the first time he has given a presentation to the public.
His entire process is patented and is still a work in progress, but being able to get 500 mpg on a scooter is quite an accomplishment and you can see his dune buggy is also quite advanced. It is not an attempt to replicate Stan Meyer’s dune buggy, which is a completely different process, but rather to make it easy for anyone to see that there are no hidden fuel lines, etc…
Moray King considers Walt Jenkins to be the modern-day Stan Meyer and that is a very strong statement coming from a leading authority on water fuel technologies. Help us bring more awareness to the work of Walt Jenkins so we can have clean fuel for a clean future!
EDIT – Denis Garnier on Facebook brought this to my attention: Aaron, the Greek inventor is named Petros Evangelou Zografos (Makis Triantafillopoulos is just a well known journalist in Greece who presented the Zografos invention at the TV in the presence of some scientists ). His invention is protected by the patent n° GR1007830 (METHOD AND DEVICE FOR WATER ELECTROLYSIS AND PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN TO BE USED AS COMBUSTIBLE UPON UTILISATION OF COMBINED FREQUENCIES) … Here is one of the Makis Triantafillopoulos recorded presentation (in greek) of Petros Zografos invention powering a genset … Have a nice week-end !!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rA7UseeKEvM
Makis Triantafillopoulos in Greece claims to have created a moped that runs on water.
He uses milliwatts of RF to separate hydrogen from salt water – this process is reminiscent of the late John Kanzius who was able to “burn” salt water.
This is a Greek website translated into English so it won’t be a perfect translation, but it is understandable. The formula to his claim is not revealed as it appears he is waiting for worldwide patent protection.
It was an honor and blessing to be on Coast to Coast AM this past Saturday late night to be able to share with a massive audience some information about my work with the Plasma Ignition, Water Fuel, and Open System Thermodynamics as relating to real Free Energy systems.
Special thanks to Mr. Richard Syrett for the invitation and interest in helping to get the knowledge about these technologies out to the world!
Ram Pumps can pump water to a decent height powered by nothing other than the movement of the water that its sitting in. Yes, it is a true free energy pump since we don’t have to pay for energy to run it, but it has its limitations. The volume of water that it moves is not very much and there is a limit to the height.
This is where Al Throckmorton’s development in this area not only shines, but completely reinvents the ram pump into something that was never thought possible.
The pump consists of a chamber of water filled to a certain height while electrolyzed water gas fills the area above the water. There are two check valves to water can go into the chamber from one direction and leave the chamber in another direction. When there is enough water gas in the area above the water, a plasma ignition is triggered, which ignites the water gas and this creates a very high pressure explosion that pushes the water through the output check valve at over 200 psi!
A pressure relief valve then opens to release that pressure so more water can flow into it from the input check valve and the cycle repeats. This allows water to be pushed up to great heights under great pressure at a very high efficiency and the implications are profound.
Here is one of the old prototypes blasting water into the air with this process:
Al Throckmorton gives an excellent presentation where he not only shows a lot of videos with tests of his pump but also some papers published with some very remarkable information about increasing gas production from water. Get a copy here: http://hhopump.com