[ExI] Energy from salt water

Emlyn emlynoregan at gmail.com
Tue Sep 11 01:34:56 UTC 2007

Warning: probably bogus.


"For obvious reasons, scientists long have thought that salt water
couldn't be burned.

So when an Erie man announced he'd ignited salt water with the
radio-frequency generator he'd invented, some thought it a was a hoax.

John Kanzius, a Washington County native, tried to desalinate seawater
with a generator he developed to treat cancer, and it caused a flash
in the test tube.

Within days, he had the salt water in the test tube burning like a
candle, as long as it was exposed to radio frequencies."


"Dr. Roy said the salt water isn't burning per se, despite
appearances. The radio frequency actually weakens bonds holding
together the constituents of salt water -- sodium chloride, hydrogen
and oxygen -- and releases the hydrogen, which, once ignited, burns
continuously when exposed to the RF energy field. Mr. Kanzius said an
independent source measured the flame's temperature, which exceeds
3,000 degrees Fahrenheit, reflecting an enormous energy output."



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