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How can hydrogen and oxygen be mon-atomic?

At this time, I’m working with two theories.

1. The H and O atoms are still in the water molecule form but the water molecule has been encouraged to soak up electricity like a sponge soaks up water. The electrically charged water molecule then turns into an electrically expanded gaseous (explosive) form of water that is not steam.

2. The H and O atoms are split from the water molecule and prevented from recombining into H2 and O2 because they entered a ‘gaseous structure’ which Yull Brown called a “gaseous crystal’, George Wiseman called ‘electrically expanded water’ and Professor Santilli calls ‘magnecules’.

The actual fact may be a combination of these two theories.

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