The Most Amazing Invention

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+15 1. puffson1 commented 9 years ago

Incredible,smart man. O:)
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+58 2. gazisere commented 9 years ago

Looks very promising if it can be accomplished, and if the governments would let it happen.
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+81 3. yurtb commented 9 years ago

**waits for oil company snipers**
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+10 4. zimmmer commented 9 years ago

thats pretty amazing I think i know what big company is going to buy (google) >:)
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+39 5. h8isgr8 commented 9 years ago

Too bad it probably takes 10x more energy to power the RF generator than you get back out of that little orange flame.

Might as well just use the energy to perform hydrolysis.
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+8 6. dvh commented 9 years ago

John S. Kanzius (March 1, 1944 – February 18, 2009)
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+15 7. regata4 commented 9 years ago

too bad he's dead :( I hope it wasn't an oil company's sniper

we need more people like Kanzius for the better future of the planet.

May his soul rest in peace
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+8 8. 14K commented 9 years ago

just imagine what he could have invented next ? rest in peace
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+37 9. AL7AIR commented 9 years ago

I have a car that runs on salt water, it just has be salt water pumped from the Gulf of Mexico :O >:)
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+7 10. Kacer commented 9 years ago

retarded idea, uses more energy than it produces, just use the electricity to power the car instead...
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+16 11. slrasta commented 9 years ago

Ususal TV BS. The energy used by the generator is far exceeding the energy produced by the flames. DONT TRUST TV! NEVER TRUST THE STUFF THEY FEED YOU ON TV!
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+8 12. Urihep commented 9 years ago

Just wait until we are running out of salt water. Then what?
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+10 13. Thanny commented 9 years ago

Too bad no one responsible for this "report" understood thermodynamics, else they'd know that the energy produced by the combustion would always be less than the energy put into cracking the water.

The blatant quackery about the cancer was worse, because people might try that absolute nonsense and die instead of getting proper treatment.
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+11 14. smacker commented 9 years ago

Salt water from Mexico Bay burns well :S
Thanks BP!
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+4 15. Searinox commented 9 years ago

Well, water is an abundant resource. BUT, it's also limited.
Which will soon lead to water crisis across the globe, but did that water evaporate? :S
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+7 16. WildMonkey commented 9 years ago

I wonder what runs the machine producing the radio waves? Idiots. Electric motors have been the solution for over 100 years now. The means by which we get electricity should be solar, wind, and hydroelectric, that's the solution. Everybody with half a brain knows it, the problem is convincing Big Oil and their bitch the government to comply, fat chance.
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+4 17. laughingscorpion commented 9 years ago

#5 and #10: Producing radio waves of that frequency doesn't take a lot of electricity. That "little orange flame" burns at an amazing 1500 degrees C. While the temperature of flame from burning petrol is 471°-560°C. So, it's far more efficient. I hope someone else is developing this technology in secret. I'm sure the greedy oil execs are paying big money to keep it hidden. Imagine if we could find a frequency that will broadcast radio shows and burn salt water. At least there's hope.
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+5 18. Hammersheister commented 9 years ago

This isn't the first time I've seen this report.
This world is a matrix on a loop! Wake me when it's over! Blech!
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+6 19. lahi commented 9 years ago

This experiment, called "reunification" has never been thoroughly analyzed as far as I know. The laws of thermodynamics are key here..

It may have other applications though, such as for electrolysis of H2O.

Oh and as a side note, this guy died of cancer in february.
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+4 20. chance commented 9 years ago

I'm from Akron Ohio and I haven't heard of this guy, but I am impressed by this new invention.
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+5 21. BabyJLE commented 9 years ago

after he saw the truck crashing with all his pepsi http://www.snotr.com/video/4685
And then he tried to make pepsi of his iwn but instead he made a time machine without knowing it...
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+3 22. Last-word commented 9 years ago

Funny and sad to see that a newsreport that doesn't go beyond the average Tel-Sell program in terms of proof of actually working and producing more energy than it comsumes.
Even sadder to see that the conspiracy-theoreticists crawl out of the woodwork immediately with the old stories of suppressed inventions and murdered inventors.
If they were right you could pave the road with solutions for the energy crisis.
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+7 23. irishgek commented 9 years ago

Eh one thing i dont get is hes talking about this high frequency but i mean a microwave is close to 2.4ghz its high frequency heats stuff but there so power hungry they take what 750-1000w and are not that efficent im wondering how much power this device is using ? and were the power is comming from ??

And as usuall i know we see this now and in months to come nothing will become of it there have been people for years saying they can do similar stuff with many differing ideas but each time we hear of one nothing ever seems to happen were still using petrol and oil
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+7 24. prankphonecall commented 9 years ago

"The Most Amazing Invention" - I think we're all forgetting about Sliced Bread!!!
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+4 25. DarkiKun commented 9 years ago

imagine what a terrorist could do with a big version of those in a beach .... i don't wanna think about it!
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+3 26. GhostInShell commented 9 years ago

the invention has already been made by an inventor from Denmark and as some might guess his invention was bought and put a lid on by perhaps an oil company in 1 week from a newspaper told about it.
welcome to reality.
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+4 27. gcleffff commented 9 years ago

keep up this will help mother nature rebuild itself :D
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+6 28. wallie commented 9 years ago

Amazing what nonsense is commented here.
This can simply not be energy positive. You have to input more energy into the RF transmitter than you get from the flame.
#17: The mentioned temperature of 1500 degrees is not so special: A hydrogen flame in air has a temperature of over 2000 degrees. This is indeed a little higher than a methane flame, but it still produces less energy than a methane flame.
#(removed comment): in an atomic bomb mass is converted into energy releasing large amounts of energy. This is not the case here, and nothing strange happens: A large enough amount of energy is put into the water by the RF waves to break the hydrogen-oxygen bond in water. The reason why it works in salt water and not in pure water is that the impurities in salt water react to the RF waves by generating heat and this heat breaks the H20 molecules into hydrogen and water. Water itself does not do this.
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+2 29. Usdevildoggmc commented 9 years ago

Unfortunately BIG BROTHER is not ready to release this kind of technology in to the public market... the electric car has existed since early 1900's.. but they have kept it away... nothing personal, just business...
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+2 30. kaleemyork commented 9 years ago

wow when is coming in the market? :D
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+4 31. joka232 commented 9 years ago

how old is this report cuz i never heard of it anyone know?
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+2 32. richardleed commented 9 years ago

Amazing? Look what happened to Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Venus….