Powering Vehicles

MYTH: Run a car for 1000 miles per gallon of (Brown’s Gas) water.

Yull Brown ran experiments on stationary engines, in which he made the water cycle closed loop. Closed loop means he collected the water from the exhaust to put back into the electrolyzer to make more Brown’s Gas to run the engine. When Brown’s Gas burns it turns back into water. In a perfect system the water could keep going round and round with no loss.

But, there is leakage past piston seals and the condenser on the exhaust couldn’t recover all the water, so there was a loss of about one gallon in the time that the engine would have gone 1,000 miles, if it’d been in a car instead of on a stationary test mount.

What is not explained is that in order to produce the Brown’s Gas needed to operate that engine, Yull Brown’s 10,000 Liter per hour electrolyzer (very large and heavy machine) took enough power from the grid to dim the lights in the entire neighborhood.

There is no way for the engine to have produced the power needed to make the gas needed to run itself.



First, Eagle-Research is developing the technology to enhance the combustion of the fuel you are already burning. By replacing some fuel with water (Brown’s Gas) you’ll go farther on a gallon of fuel.

Second, there is Hyper-Gas: which is mythical at this point because although we’ve had it happen spontainiously, we haven’t been able to find a way to get it on demand. Hyper-Gas gives us thousands of liters of gas for only a few watts of electricity.

Brown’s Gas Book Two goes into much more detail about operating an engine on Brown’s Gas. We’ve done it. And talks about our experiments that made Hyper-Gas.