HHO Resonant Plasma Sublimates All Matter
Clearwater Man Puts Technology To Work
by Will Rodgers, Tampa Tribune
November 27, 2005
Clearwater, FL -- Denny Klein thinks he has found a new commercial use for hydrogen technology. Working in a small, two-room shop at the Airport Business Center, Klein, 63, said he has developed a gas that speeds welding and fusing times and improves automobile fuel efficiency 30 percent.
Although the technology Klein uses - electrolysis - has been around for decades, he said it's the form of gas that comes out of his electrolyzer and the characteristics of the gas that set his hydrogen technology apart.
Klein's gas is two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen. Sound familiar? Yep, it's water.
Electrolysis is a process that uses an electrical charge in water to separate the hydrogen from the oxygen. But coming out of Klein's gas generator, the H2O 1500 electrolyzer, it's not water, he said. Klein, president of Hydrogen Technology Applications Inc., calls it HHO, or the brand name Aquygen.
"You get a huge energy response," Klein said. "But this gas is very, very safe."
Klein - who employs eight people, four in Florida, three who handle licensing out of Kentucky and his son, Greg, in Ohio - is no engineer. The Ohio native attended Ohio State University and Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, for business administration.
His aptitude in hydrogen technology came from self-study. He has worked alongside engineers in whirlpool spa and suntanning businesses, and says he has six employees with doctorates on his advisory board.
Klein said he has a patent pending on the gas he has been working on for 12 years. Various models of his H2O electrolyzers are being used across the country in high school shop classes and undergoing testing to be certified for use in welding shops.
Flipping a switch on his H2O 1500, Klein picks up a hose with a metal tip, creates a spark, and instantly a blue and white glowing stream shoots out of the metal tip.
He holds the tip with his fingers to prove how cool it is to the touch, unlike such a tip when oxy-acetylene is burned for welding. But the instant he sets the flame on a charcoal briquette, it glows bright orange. Then, within seconds, he burns a hole through a brick, cuts steel and melts Tungsten.
The temperature of the flame is 259 degrees Fahrenheit. But it instantaneously rises to the melting temperature of whatever it touches, Klein said. Those temperatures can exceed 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
"You can't do this with any other gas," he said.
Klein also has outfitted a 1994 Ford Escort station wagon with a smaller electrolyzer that injects his HHO into the gasoline in the car's engine. He said he has increased his mileage per gallon by 30 percent.
That also is undergoing testing from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and other private motorsports companies, Klein said.
Klein said he has 19 projects in the works. Ali T-Raissi, director of the hydrogen research and development division of the Florida Solar Energy Center, said he is not familiar with Klein's HHO or electrolyzer. But he said applying hydrogen technology in that way comes at a price.
T-Raissi said mixing the hydrogen with gasoline will require a change in the typical car engine. And creating the gas requires electricity, which comes at a cost.
"You can increase your mileage performance, but you have to ask: Am I still ahead, or am I behind?"
Klein said his formulation of hydrogen doesn't require altering an engine. And his electrolyzer cost about 70 cents an hour to operate, which he considers a bargain. Klein said his method for introducing hydrogen into a vehicle to increase mileage is superior to hydrogen used in fuel cells.
One of the biggest challenges facing hydrogen fuel cells is storing the gas. To meet today's driving requirements, it would take a lot more hydrogen than can now be stored safely in a vehicle. Klein's HHO is made on-demand and mixed directly with the gasoline in the engine at slightly more pressure than is currently there.
He said he plans to take Hydrogen Technology, which now has private investors, public in the first half of 2006.
Klein's astounding discovery of HHO gas is being understood at the atomic level by Dr. Mills and associates of Blacklight Power and at MIT by Dr. Ketterle and his plasma superfluid dynamics group. The extremely high power-density, low pressure and stable nature of the chemical reaction, catalyzed by the presence of potassium or other agents, is both more efficient and significantly safer than normal combustible gases.
The UVA and infrared radiation of HHO plasmas are safe on the eyes, furthermore, exposure to UVA light has been shown to be especially important to a healthy human life. The full healing potential of bioplasma beams is being poineered by Troy Hurtubise, inventor of the Godlight device. The HHO plasma torch technology reveals an ancient the mystery surrounding the method of creation of the ancient Crystal Skulls that are cut against the grain of the quartz.
This monumental achievement of a resonant energy source that is also a perfectly
clean fuel is in fact the rediscovery of an ancient Ayurvedic science employed in
subterranean chambers discovered in both Ecuador and China. Piezoelectric sandstone caves were found in both Huashan, China and La Maná, Ecuador, in which no firepits or soot could be found for RC dating of their inhabitation - begging the question: how was light being produced in these caves?
The Huashan cavesites (30.1°N 118.2°E) are in prime geopositions along the resonant 30th North latitude with the Orion pyramids of the Giza plateau (29.59°N 31.09°E). The La Maná cavesite (0.95°S 79.18°W), located along the energetic equator of the planet, has yielded a trove of UV fluorescent artifacts which, like the complete absence of soot, can only be understood in the context of advanced hydrino plasma technology. Our ancient Sanskrit
culture once utilized these chemical reactions to energize the human body in a
plasma state of superconductance. The nanotechnological features of the Maná
Electrum waters have clearly been engineered to produce resonant power, while
these advanced subterranean facilities await our awakening to a new epoch of use.