Richard Aho of MIST Energy Systems has been working for years on the idea that hydrogen bond energy could be harnessed. He went on working where others had abandoned the field because they knew it “couldn't be done”.
In his Mist Energy System, water is pressurized by a commercially available high pressure pump, it is then released through a nozzle into an impact chamber, where the jet hits a metal target. Heat is released and the water instantly transforms into steam. The energy spent to pressurize the water and pre-heat the impact chamber is about one tenth of the energy contained in the steam that is produced. That is a 10:1 over-unity factor, achieved with nothing but available tech and water as a medium.
See a more detailed explanation in Hydrogen Bond Explosions
Of course steam is what has been driving our electricity-producing machines for a long time. The heat is usually supplied by burning carbon fuels like coal, oil or gas. Even atomic power plants are little more than very expensive – and rather dangerous – steam engines fired by the heat of radioactive elements.
So if we could make the needed steam without recourse to carbon based or atomic fuels, would that not be a giant step forward?
I believe it would, and the technology is available.
Phi Beta Iota: There are other water-based energy solutions already in effect, including closed cycle water engines that constantly recycle the hydrogen –their inventors seem to suffer death more often than not, perhaps at the hands of those protecting the legacy energy system that is consuming the Earth.
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