"Water is the fuel of the future"
A substantial number of researchers an developers is currently involved with the exploration of water as fuel.The aim is habitual at Hydrogen(H2) But.....there is more than that. It occurs that water also exists in a stable gas-phase, that is called watergas. The area of applications around Watergas is quit wide: from the amazing properties of water as such until quantum-physics. Existing science of physics as well as meta physics are facing revolutionary discoveries; from one theory-for-all - subject for heavy research by physicians- until the exploration of dark energy and anti-material. Many expect-after the discovery of the Higgs part- that in physics something is going to happen, surely now that NASA has confirmed "cold fusion"(also called LENR 'low-energy nuclear reaction').
Back to Watergas and its environment. On the right you see what happens as watergas is added to natural gas in a furnace. How is that possible? On the next pages we will show you the scientifical environment of watergas. Not all insights are part of conventional classic physics. Watergas fenomena can best be explained with the playrules of quantum physics.
What is Hydrogen?
The Dutch Physicist Paets van Troostwijk has shown that water exists of Oxygen and Hydrogen, where hydrogen (normally written as H2) can be used as a carburant. H2 combined with O2 from the environment generates a lot of energy. A long time we had high expectations of H2 as fuel for cars. Why Hydrogen appears as H2, which is a molecule, and not just as an atom H? ...more
Is a Neutron an encapsuled Hydrogen-atom?
A Neutron, one of the three main components of atoms consists of a proton and an electron bonded together by an electroneutrino. What does this mean when we tinker about the evloution of matter from plasma (protons and electrons) to complex atoms?
What is water?
Water is more than a molecule with 2 hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom: H2O. Water plays an important role in both nature and culture. This video: takes us on a one-hour journey to learn about the many aspects of water. On these pages we will ‘merely’ focus on physical properties. ....more
What is Watergas?
Water is 'gas made of/with water'. Water can be split in its components, hydrogen and oxygen in different ways. When electrolysis is applied, either ‘watergas’ may occur or a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen. When we speak of Watergas, we mean a stoichiometric gas mixture, that contains both hydrogen and oxygen. Researchers do not yet agree on the state of watergas. It is clear however that Watergas has many interesting properties. Where Martin Chaplin ends by number 66 on different properties of water - and if watergas is a seperate phase of water - then Watergas may constitue properties 67,68,69 and onwards of water. ....more
What is waterplasma?
Plasma is a charged gas in which electrons and nuclei of atoms are moving independently. One can make a plasma of water (steam) as well. This is the field of resonance physics. ....more
Free energy, ambient energy or Zeropoint energy?
What is free energy? Thomas Moray used the word 'radiant energy' in het work 'The world is floating in a sea of radiant energy". Others use the term ambient energy. The Dutch physicist Henk Casimir has proven the existance of 'free energy' at the temperature of - 273 oC (0 oK). Hence the name Zeropoint energy. ....more
A Hydrocarbon is a connection between Carbon(C)Hydrogen(H) and Oxygen(O) in different shapes ; CH4 is the gas Methane. Diesel and Gasoline are also Hydrocarbons that show up at molecular level as chains of C beads attached with small H's, O's and sometimes other materials. The longer the chains, the thicker the material as we know it. So Tar has very,very long C chains. When Hydrocarbons are burnt we get CO2 and Water (H2O). If burning is not completely realized, it turns into toxic CO remains. ....more
Watergas - HHO -Browns Gas
Please watch this video first: Introduction into HHO by Best Korea Ltd.
Basic insights Watergas.EU
Basics of water from it's components to energized clusters and Exclusion Zones. Note that we have included new non-conventional insights of the authors. Please see these basic pictures as a source of inspiration. We will refer to these basics when dealing with the several theories on Watergas.
Ether fills in the space between the particles (sub-atomic ether and sub-protonic ether)
Hydrogen has polarity – thus it forms a small torus field! Mono-atomic Hydrogen is normally not stable.
Hydrogen atoms directly bond together. The Hydrogen molecule behaves as one particle. A quasi-particle bonds the H-atoms together (?).
A neutron looks like an encapsuled (inverted) hydrogen atom. It consists of a proton and en electron, bonded together by an electroneutrino. This insight is important when thinking of the genesis of matter in the cosmos.
The Water molecule behaves as one particle. A quasi-particle bonds the H-atoms together (?).
Note as well that Water is a polar molecule, with a torus field around it.
Watergas is still a mysterious gas. Several theories circulate. Please note that Watergas is not the same as Hydrogen. When Watergas is ignited, a plasma-like torch flame is seen. The heath of the flame is low (127oC) (convection), but it seems that Watergas carries another kind of heath - 'electric heath'.
When water is heated to very high temperatures (3000 oC and more) the molecule falls apart into it's components. This is called Plasma, which is a charged soup of basic particles. The heat of plasma (air -, oxygen - , nitrogen -, argon - and water plasma) is used for welding and cutting. Plasma gasification is a growing industry (Waste 2 Energy).
We assume that in atoms between the electrons and the nucleus space is filled with ambient energy and matter. These still-unknown energies are part of the ‘Ether’. These days – in which the Higgs boson has been confirmed – many other ‘particles’ are discovered. Physicists have detected anti-protons an positive electrons (positrons)!All particles seem to have an anti-particle, of which many are not yet detected. We assume that particles exist that that cause organising forces in the biosphere, in which watergas seems to play an important role. All energies can be transformed into others. By Heat (vibration) atoms emit photons. Movement of electrons induce magnetic fields. Some pioneers can transform ambient energy into electricity!
Hydro carbons are the building blocks of life. They are found in all oranic matter. Sugars - for example - are a combi of lots of C's, H's and O's. So are fuels like diesel oil and gasoline. These complex molecules also contain additional S (sulfur) and N (nitrogen) and other elements. Like water, C-atoms can also form rings and clusters. These rings and clusters are attractors of energy. This is the basis of nano-technology.