quantumcherrypopper: Naaa... Your car runs on bullcrap.
andrewstunna08: how did you make that
1crazyfocker: @amishnation I am not saying Hydrogen does not have its place, it does, and
it has found that place for the past 100 years, my point is that it is not
"green" it is wastful, and it is not a fuel, hell any 3rd grade science
book can teach you that, is only stores the energy that we put into it. now
in space it could be called a fuel, but here on earth we have to make it,
and at a cost of at least 50%. but its clear you are to closed minded to
hear the facts or to try and look it up. so i am done
1crazyfocker: @jsmythib true, the issue is that most dont take the time to look up the
facts about electrolysis. instead they read all the BS stuff that all over
the web by scammer. instead of f. first we discoveried facts electrolysis
is as old as the first batteries, (first batteries were water batteries)
thus they saw bubbles comeing from the batteries. 2. the first electric
lights used it. (stage lights) 3. how it works, it adds an electron for it
to "split". 4. 50% of power is lost to heat to make H2
Mackenzie Godwin: @LAREDOSK8 hho is whats produced when you separate h2o/water. The gas
produced is hh (2 hydrogen) o (1 oxygen). to separate h2o you run
electricity through it.
DOPEXAMP: what do you use as the tip?
Lakomich: расширительный бак от чего используете ? и как врезать пластиковые штуцеры?
Marc Anderson: No disrespect but there is no "e" in the word "using"...take care
1crazyfocker: @amishnation there has been a few trys at useing solar useing electrolysis
and then useing a fuel cell to get the electricty out, that means at 25% of
return you need 4 times as many solar panels as you would if you used say
lead acid batters with a return as high as 98% of whats put into it, really
try reading what a fuel is, since it take energy to create it, it is not a
fuel, and at such a loss it is not efficant, which is why it went the way
of the Dodo.
Mr Mork: Water mixed with iodized salt. Then add an direct current to the water, you
will notice bubbles coming from ground, try using non-metallic metals,
Graphite works well, because it doesn't oxidize. About 30 volts works well,
but the higher the better(; Careful because this stuff is explosive. Unless
you have it coming out of a very small pipe at a flattish speed, make sure
the pipe is made of nickel or something that doesn't melt at a high temp.
joey idk: oh my god it can light a match
valveman12: Nice job on the torch.
1crazyfocker: @jsmythib oh yeah i agree..and thats why i post. because a lot of ppl look
at it with only imagination, and not the facts about it. they listen to
crackpots, fools and scammers, rather then taken just a few minutes to look
up the history and what was allready learned years ago. like the best you
can ever get from electrolysis is 50% or what you put into it, then once
you get the H2, the most you can convert back into power is 50%, so the
best you can get from this is 25% of what you put into it.
Jason Smith: @1crazyfocker The technology is not new- what is new is the ability for
large masses of us to re imagine its uses under less than optimal financial
conditions! or maybe thats just me..anway- Science is always appreciated :)
Akin Orhan: uhmm next hho car put water into your fuel tank the battery will produce
hho and the engine will work XD i don't think its a good idea XD produces
to low that why they don't make one
gary32080: His voice reminds me of " Flea "of the Red Hot Chili Peppers
c0ldelement: hydroxy or hydrogen/oxygen torch...
legogunguy001: How much liters per minutes of hho does you cell produce
Jack Meadows: electric going through water separates it's molecules which releases oxygen
and hydrogen that when concentrated, are able to cut hard metal. which is
kinda how hho torches work
1crazyfocker: @amishnation but it does not solve the fact that the best you can ever get
is 50% out of what you put into it, then you will only get around 50% from
the H2, thus leaveing you with a total of 25% of what you put into it back,
thats physics, and basic math. so it is a waste of energy, in every
possible way, to do it other then the few way we already use it, such as
jeweler torches, invented over 100 yrs age.the fact is Hydrogen is not fuel
source it more like a inefficint battery!
enginemaxcarb.: SHOW YOU WELDING SCAMER
MacsCanfly: i made one but all the wet bubbly hydrogen bubbles go down the hose with
water so its too wet and the torch won't light cause the moisture
tkg1322: @akinorhan5 BMW made 1 in germany somewhere but they were not allowed to
sell it just saying...
Jason Smith: @1crazyfocker Thankyou for making me look up oxyhydrogen-
macstuff98: @MacsCanfly That's because you don't have a bubbler.
enginemaxcarb.: Wake up. Yopu dont run on water you run on expensive fuel. I ran on
propane, cheaper then you,nice try idiot.
1crazyfocker: @CANTUSEACAMERA its funny how you try to explain something then get it
wrong your self. yess HHO or H2O is water, but when separated you get H2 (2
hydrogen) and O2 (2 oxygen), so you get HH OO or H2 & O2, or oxyhydrogen.
so all these videos that claim HHO is wrong, HHO is water not the gases
state of the elements. when water (HHO or H2O) is separated by electolysis
it releases H2 & O2 (HH OO,or HHOO, or oxyhydrogen). main point is water =
HHO, gas released = HH OO
pcblah: Pls reply i want details to make one safely
miniUMM: i want to make one too !
sgwbyyy: I have a car that's ran on water for 10 yrs....people are morons
jellboy1117: Can you share with us how to make that tool? I mean all the details share
to us :-)
1crazyfocker: @jsmythib your welcome, thats the whole point of commenting on these
videos. is to help ppl to find the true science behind electolysis, that
its over 100 yr old, that we done just about everything we could with it.
that oxyhydrogen welders/torches have been around for around 100 yrs, and
are still used by jewelers, that none of this is new, none of this. so ppl
might look into how it works and understand why Hydrogen has its place, but
more like a battery and not a power source.
lochinvar00465: I once made a small torch running on butane from a pressurized can(refill
butane for lighters) and low pressure air from an aquarium pump. It would
do the same thing as yours to the pop can but I like yours better because
it has an inherent proper mix ratio and it seems to be a lot more stable to
maciej wrotek: @1crazyfocker lol exactly was boggled about the same thing :D
just me: A word of advice to retards you CAN make a welding torch and it is called a
hydrogen oxygen generatore the two most flamable gasses and it is water
just google it