Self-sufficient Energy

star magnetic waves eraoflightdotcomWe are waiting so long for the RV/GCR that we don’t realize that we can also use this time to start with technical solutions.

I have spent a lot of hours on the HHO project, which I can now say what I think is the most efficient solution to use water as a fuel, without us needing a HHO cell.

People with the same interest and Electronics skills I ask to think along and design to make clean CO2 free renewable energy.

It works according to the principle of the HHO Welder, where the electrons are created in the water by a spark ignition from + to -,

creating Hydrogen and Oxygen that are directly burned by the heat of the short circuit, where the steam is also burned into a plasma flame that can be called 5000 to 7000 degrees Celsius.

https://www.okayenergy.com/oxyhydrogen-welding/oh1000.html

With these flames we can heat our home, fire pizza oven and either apply waste incineration, or high temperatures for ceramic firing.

We have to feed this circuit with energy to get it working, where solar panels or other sources like 230V AC are possible, how they are generated is not important at the moment, because we have more options to do this separately from the Grid.

People who want to actively cooperate can ask for my e-mail address via Patrick, so I can share the information.

I do want to use a Blog because it is open source to give everyone the opportunity to make it themselves.

For more info: https://HHO-Heating.blogspot.com part of the circuit.

More info will follow

Kind Regards,

Rinus Verhagen

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2 Replies to “Self-sufficient Energy”

  1. John L

    For those interested in unrecognized principles of force application relative to equal and opposite reaction, there is a variable cycle that puts out too much energy and then not enough with the same amount of force and same speed happening. Its arranged so that you take what you need and leave the rest. It’s a God toy that shows you how to make good choices. Also the Orffyreus wheel operates on organic gearing.”Something” maintains its gravitationally assigned position throughout the cycle and something else does not, therefore creating an imbalance.

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    1. Mary Back

      Could I get email to participate?I am not good with electronics but have computer programming experience.

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