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Has any verification of the presence (other than volume) of the mon- atomic Hydrogen and Oxygen atoms been done?

A. Not enough, we’re working on that. See our current theories:
Another example of this ‘cold’ type of monatomic flame was reported years ago: -Popular Science May 1950, page 155; “‘Hot Torch Has “Cold” Flame’: A torch so hot it melts Tungsten or quartz-yet has a “cold” flame- has been invented by Dr. J. D. Cobine….a magnetron tube….make the molecules in a nitrogen gas jet break up into atoms. When the nitrogen atoms hit a surface, they join up into molecules again, liberating a great deal of heat. However, the heat exists only at the surface of the work, so the flame itself is not hot in the ordinary sense….”

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Why would anyone want Brown’s Gas in their lives?

We have discovered that Brown’s Gas has the potential to affect every area of our lives. It can lower our cost of living, improve our health, allow our civilization to stop pollution, reverse existing pollution and provide huge economic gains.

One extremely small example is the focus of the Marketing Plan for ‘Water Torch Collective, Ltd. When using Brown’s Gas instead of traditional industrial gasses (like acetylene) for cutting, preheating, welding, soldering, brazing, etc. it lowers the fuel cost by as much as 98%, while doing the work faster, easier and with much higher quality results. Also, the exhaust is water, absolutely no pollution.

WTC is going after the industrial gas industry first, because it has less political issues for a startup business, and there are hundreds of millions of dollars to be made. See a profile of using Brown’s Gas for cutting steel.

Examples of ‘traditional’ applications are listed


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8. How much do I charge to Enhance someone’s vehicle?

A. For the Basic Version of the Carburetor Enhancer we recommend $20 to test the carburetor with the colortunes, $20 to install the Carburetor Enhancer, $20 to custom tune the Carburetor Enhancer and $15 for the parts.
We charged $20 per hour for rebuilding carburetors that failed the colortune test.  
For the EFIE, we recommend $50 installation and adjustment charge.  
We have not worked out recommendations for the other fuel savers yet.

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4. What can I do to increase the efficiency of my Turbocharged Diesel Fuel Injected vehicle?

 A.Install the EFIE device on each of your oxygen sensors, if you have any.   Install a pressure-vacuum gauge/pyrometer on your dash (or on the steering column). This gauge will tell you what is happening to your engine and you can modify your driving habits to achieve maximum efficiency and performance. It also can tell you many things about your engine and becomes a valuable tool to applying combustion enhancement techniques.   Insulate your exhaust system up to but not including your turbo. The extra heat retained in the gas going to the turbo will increase it’s power by as much as 10%.   Apply the HyCO 2DT. This system (that you build yourself) is specifically designed to install on turbocharged engines and has been proven by independent testing by CAT and Perkins to increase the power by 10%, while reducing fuel consumption by 10% and reduces harmful emissions significantly.   Then refer to: Q. What other fuel savers do you have? Q. What else can I do to increase my vehicle’s efficiency?

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2. What can I do to increase the efficiency of my Carbureted vehicle?

 A.Install the Carburetor Enhancer.    You can add an electronic upgrade to the Carburetor Enhancer, which will allows you to take control of the fuel flowing FROM (not to) your carburetor. Your float bowl stays full of fuel for instant power at any time. The ECE modifies the fuel output as you desire, including a deceleration fuel shutoff option. ECE plans are included with the Carburetor Enhancer Manual.   Apply a fuel pressure regulator just before the fuel enters your carburetor. This will reduce the float bowl flooding problem that ALL carburetors have due to float bounce in the float bowl, leaky floats, bad inlet needle valves, etc.   Apply a ‘diesel’ style fuel filter before your pressure regulator. This will help prevent the float bowl flooding problem that is caused by a tiny bit of matter preventing the needle valve from completely closing. Ordinary gasoline filters are NOT good enough. A tiny bit of dirt you can’t even see could waste gallons of fuel.   Then refer to: Q. What other fuel savers do you have? Q. What else can I do to increase my vehicle’s efficiency?

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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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3. Can the Carburetor Enhancer burn the valves?

A. It is theoretically possible because this is a method to custom tune the air:fuel ratio of the engine.
However, in many thousands of installations on all types of carburetors (by myself and self-install customers) since 1984, there has not been a single report of any kind on engine damage using the Carburetor Enhancer.  
The Carburetor Enhancer typically causes the engine’s exhaust to be significantly cooler.