Introduction: HHO Generator

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Hi frnds!

Here I am at my attempt to give you more information about powering engine using water.
This instructable is a part of my previous one. Do visit that one to get a clear idea.

I am posting a video on how to build a HHO generator which will produce HHO gas to power your car's engine.
The video has part 2 for details. It leads you to a site and wants you to buy the guide.

I am posting my version and giving you a detailed information on how to do it.

Let's start!

Step 1: Things We Need

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Things we need.

1. Glass jar with plastic lid
2. Pet/squeeze bottle
3. 1000mm long braided wire
4. 500mm long water pipe
5. 1000mm long electric wire
6. CD case or thick plastic sheet
7. 2 screws with nut
8. Hollow screw with nut
9. Cheap pen without refill
10. Fuse

1. Drill machine with bits
2. Screw driver set
3. Saw
4. Ruler
5. Plase

Step 2: Setting the Plastic Lid

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Remove the lid from the jar and with the help of ruler mark the centre of the lid.
Mark four holes for HHO gas, 2screws and fuse.
Drill holes through the marked points and insert screws and fuse respectively.

Now, take the cheap pen and cut near the rear end and insert the piece in the HHO gas hole (watch the video).

Now, insert the water pipe at one of the pen. Connect the wires to the screws.

The lid is now ready.

Step 3: Making the Wire Mesh for Electrolysis

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For making wire mesh, take a plastic sheet and divide it from centre. Then cut into 2 pieces using a saw as shown below.
Mark the center of each of 2 pieces and draw a line from the centre to one end. Cut using saw as shown below.

Now, carefully drill holes and cut small grooves at the end of the piece and join them as shown below.

Use the braided wire and cut it into 2 and insert in each of the 2 holes of the plastic sheet. Cover the sheet with the wire as shown below and then connect the 2 ends of the wire to each screw respectively.
It should look similar to figure shown below.

Step 4: Setting Up the Pet/squeeze Bottle

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Make a hole and insert the pipe in the bottle. Make sure the pipe reaches to the bottom of the bottle.

Now, drill a second hole and insert the hollow screw there.
This hole is for using the HHO gas. Fill the bottle with water and leave some space for air.

The Center one will pass the HHO gas through water and you will see bubbles coming out. The gas will than escape through the hollow screw which can then be used for combustion.

Step 5: Summary

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The assembly is complete.

Fill some distilled water and 3-4 tea spoons of baking soda. Connect the electric wires to 6V to 12V battery to start the process. HHo gas is released from water. It travels through the pipe into the bottle releasing bubbles and escape from the hollow screw.

You can use this gas to run your vehicles engine.



VISIT to know more about the use of this gas. Pass on this instructable to all your friends and relatives and let them know the benefits of water.



Everything impossible (author)2015-07-27

It works fine, it does produce HHO and the baking soda or salt( don't use salt) increases the production.

bylerfamily (author)2009-08-14

Wrong, wrong, wrong.Water is H20,not HOH.Baking soda increases the conductivity of the water,allowing for bubbles to form faster.

NRen2k5 (author)bylerfamily2009-08-14

Nope, you're wrong.

H2O and HOH are two different ways of expressing the same chemical formula. One version tells you just what elements compose the molecule, while the other tells you how they're actually arranged. For example, hexane can be expressed as C6H14 or as CH3CH2CH2CH2CH2CH3 - both are correct.

Sure, baking soda makes bubbles faster, but as you even said yourself, "it increases the conductivity of the water" - meaning you're drawing more current. Just because it makes the gas faster doesn't necessarily mean it makes it any more efficiently.

ELECTROOPO (author)NRen2k52015-06-27

You're absolutely right, but the sodium hydrogen carbonate reduces the resistence of the water what means that less energy is going to be converted into heat and increasses the eficiencycy

dpsilver (author)NRen2k52009-12-03

no ur wrong to say HOH this shows either hydrogen hydroxide or some form of alcohol but either way they both dont exist
and increasing the conductivity of the water does make it more efficient
let me give u an eg
the copper wires that make up ur processor is 99.999% pure that makes them very fast
but no good for supercomputers
for these machines this wire which have the second best conducitvity
but they also have to be supercooled to become a super conductor they have no resistance and are more efficient
so if this was in ur computer ur light bill would be much less and ur computer would be faster  

hawksky (author)dpsilver2013-11-04

I like how dpsilver rants on like he knows all about chemisitry, yet he fails to recognise that water is not "some form of alcohol" because an alcohol requires a hydroxyl group attached to a carbon chain. Come on, this is Carbon Chemistry 101 stuff.

dpsilver (author)hawksky2013-11-05

yes by chance i was going through my email and saw this now about the chemistry did you happen to notice the date of the post and todays current date and how much could be learnt within that time period, so my failure that you mention was coming up on 4 years ago to this date and you quote the comment in a funny way "no ur wrong to say HOH this shows either hydrogen hydroxide or some form of alcohol but either way they both dont exist " that was the original comment so i do advise you to come with some argument that is better than what you stated

hawksky (author)dpsilver2013-11-05

Woah, hang on buddy, who ever said it was a counter-argument on my part? I was merely commenting on something I found midly amusing. That is all

coggs (author)dpsilver2010-01-26

It would be fine to call it hydrogen hydroxide and imply that it is a basic substance. Water is amphoteric and can function as either a base or an acid. Not sure about your claim of it being an alcohol, but HOH is a common way of writing H2O because it helps simplify the fact that there are 2 H atoms per 1 O atom. H2O is just a condensed form.

dpsilver (author)coggs2010-01-28

to show that it is a basic substance is incorrect because the H+ ions are in balance with the OH- ions and pure water cannot ionize
alright let me put it this way the OH group in chemistry shows an hydroxy group that are present in alcohols and a hydoxide group if it is an ION OH- H2O is a covalent substance and saying HOH is wrong
2 the way substances are written now is very important like these two compounds
COH are found in alcohols and the CHO group in ketones and aldehydes so i cant just go around saying which ever i feel like saying
one more thing i found out copper isnt in processors the only metal present is gold my bad 

fulouzero (author)dpsilver2010-10-28

The Lewis Structure of Water is:
H.^*^.H (With Best Text Representation)

Which is usually typed as H-O-H.

Using H2O instead of HOH does make more sense though.

dpsilver (author)fulouzero2011-02-21

yup i esp when using big name compounds or cycloaklanes let me see u type one of those like benzene lol

bylerfamily (author)NRen2k52009-08-16

Just because the conductivity is higher doesn't mean it draws more current.

NRen2k5 (author)bylerfamily2009-08-16

"Just because the conductivity is higher doesn't mean it draws more current."

Yes, it does. We're talking first-year electrical theory here.

Ohm's Law

hawksky (author)2013-11-04

I missed those thousands of news reports. Oh wait, don't tell me, big evil daddy government supressed it, did he? Suuuure.

jayb1 (author)2013-10-13

Sodium Bicarbonate (Sodium hydroxide take caution this is very caustic)

A teaspoon of Baking Soda in a glass of water is good for reducing an Acidy Stomach, good for a bloated Stomach as well. Been taking it for years & so did my father. Never did any harm only good.

oooobabyoooo (author)2009-08-25

This 'HHO' nonsense is not only a fuel waster as you note in your point 2, the arrangement shown is patently dangerous. Without a flame arrester in the hydrogen & oxygen delivery line, a backfire in the vehicle's intake will ignite the gases in the H & O line. The flame will travel back to the electrolyser, which will then explode.

'HHO' is a HHOax. If you believe this nonsense works, you don't understand the science. If you sell 'HHO' devices, you're a scam artist.

lloydrmc (author)oooobabyoooo2012-03-30

Oh yes there is SUCH a great risk of backfire, especially in modern vehicles.

Falcore (author)2010-07-15

Why 6-12V you can put as much as you want (i do this with 21V DC voltage) you can put as much as you have....

ajparag (author)Falcore2010-07-16

Dear Falcore, I am not a pro at this and i cannot comment much on your query... all i can inform u is that i tried using 9v battery to perform the electrolysis but i wasn't successful. i want to be honest with all you guys. there was some reaction taking place but it wasn't that big that i get a HHO gas flowing from one container to another. in short, i failed and i didn't go ahead with further analysis due to personal limitations... but do give it a try... i am confident about it... if not vehicles it can be used for various other purposes... do let me know when u succeed... best of luck!

lloydrmc (author)ajparag2012-03-30

What JJ said.

Falcore (author)ajparag2010-08-17

I was successful a while ago with a 21V 3A transformer (the amps are probably not important) to separate enough to blow a pen filled with H in thousands of little pieces...I can post a pic of a test i did with it at the beginning (i an ashtray).... the time it took to make that hydrogen was about 30sec-1min (i blew half of it away)... (author)Falcore2011-02-06

Just so you know amps are important, very important, that looks really cool.

T0C (author)jj.inc2011-02-10

I know they are but when i did this with the transformer from my soldiering gun that was 6V 20A ( i made it go through a bridge, cap, coil and other things a basic power supply has) and the result was less HOH... A while later when i made my next power supply it was 25V around 10A and 35V again around 10A the results were EXPLOSIVE and the coil was different, but due to school and other things i haven't been able to continue... When i finish this grade (8-th, in Bulgaria this is where you get your first degree of education.and after that there's 2 more than the Master's, PHD's and other crap) i will continue my research. I will continue in my free time but till now i haven't had time i'v been doing a lot of other projects and have just forgotten about this... So as soon as i can i will post my version of my Hydrogen separator. probably will be an instructable... Sorry if i was writing like a dumbass :)...

ajparag (author)Falcore2010-08-17

Nice... good to see someone trying atleast! i would recommend u to post ur method of doing it... maybe u can post ur instructable. Best of luck!

T0C (author)ajparag2010-08-18

(I'm Falcore) I will post a instructable with this acc... But it won't be soon because my transformer burned out and i don't have the part to fix it and i won't be able to get it for at least 2-3 days (the closest store is about 10-15KM from me and i have some work now) i will post a comment as soon as i make the instructable...

ajparag (author)T0C2010-08-19

ok... All The Best! (author)ajparag2011-02-06

The problem is that a 9v battery has an extremely low current flow compared to 6v and 12v batteries. (low amps)

Professor Brown (author)2010-07-26

understand that this has been around since 1890, ask yourself why are we using oil as fuel. $$$$$$$ Now with solar cell true clean fuel. I challange all who read this. build something we must get off fossil fuels, the government will NOT help the fear is world economy collaspe.

lloydrmc (author)Professor Brown2012-03-30

Mar 30, 2012. 1:39 PMlloydrmc says:
The government dropped north of half a Billion-with-a-B dollars on Solyndra. Though that wasn't fuel research, per se, one presumes that one could charge an electric or plug in hybrid vehicle with their product, had they had a commercially viable product.

The 'net is all over the place as to how much the electrical energy equivalent is in a gallon of gas. Suffice to say that about $20 worth of gas in a gas tank that may have cost about the same sum to manufacture, will take an equivalent vehicle the same or greater distance than a $20,000 battery will.

Sure, an electric motor is a lot cheaper and easier to manufacture than a modern automotive engine, and the prevalence of vehicles that one may buy brand new for less than $15,000 (sometimes a lot less), also underlines the economics of transportation.

T0C (author)Professor Brown2011-02-10

Now i'm working on an Hydrogen heater that you just plug in the wall, pour some watter inside, start heating (The power consumption of the prototype is MINIMAL i don't think it even has 20W. And it's heating good but the transformer's bridge is also heating a lot.) and the problem is the separation is giving off some H and O i still have to figure out how to fix that so i don't get poisoned in some way i will post the pictures of the HHO separator and heater as soon as possible.

DocMagnus (author)2010-01-04

G'Day Gents and Ladies,

I'll keep this shortish and stick to what I know as fact from my own experimentation and studies over the years. 

Can you produce a fuel from tap water? Yes, Hydrogen and Oxygen in different ratios.

How much current is needed to do it? Very little to achieve a minimal result (few bubbles on an electrode), quite a bit to generate meaningful quantities.

Is 14volts at 10amps enough to generate meaningful quantities? So you want to generate it from a running cars electrics? Stop. Yes you can do this. You can be very efficient in your electrodes and add a real catalyst (please, not baking soda) and actually draw 10 amps, but the bottom line here is you're taking a load from your electrics, which the alternator needs to replenish, which is driven by your engine, which will need more fuel to meet the increased load. Can you see the counter productivity creeping in? The more you generate, the more it costs you.

What if I add solar panels to my car to run the O2 H generator? Seriously, stop. I've done the math and built a scale test unit years ago. The average car would needs panels covering every surface several times over to generate enough. 

What if I have a second set of batteries in the boot just for this generator? The weight of the batteries has to be taken into account - until they run flat, then they will become dead weight until recharged - costing you power.

Okay, what if I generated this gas safely at home, and then feed it into the engine? This is where things get interesting. Yes, if you generate enough to use as a fuel source, of course you can run a car on it - with modifications of course. But once said, it is not as simple as running a hose to the air intake. It depends on if your car has a carbi, air flow type efi computer, or map sensor type efi computer. Carbi: Yes, it works the easiest. With flash arrestors of course.  EFI with air flows: Forget it. The computer isn't expecting a gas to be the fuel, so your computer will try to add enough fuel to match the air flow reading - which it can never do - circular logic applies. Add a custom ecu and yes you can do it a little easier. EFI with maps: This is a little easier, but you need to reduce the air flow coming in by the amount of 'gaseous fuel' you're adding. Again, a custom ecu will make life easier. But please note! You will kill your engine! Engines are designed to run at a certain mixture - the fuel is also a lubricant (not going into detail here), but for a start you'll burn valves real quick without engine modification to prevent it. 

What if I run my car on petrol, but supplement it with large amounts of my home generated fuel? Look, it will work. But it won;t be an efficient use of the fuel. Before you ask, think about it, then read on and see if you were right. 

Also of note is the energy generated by the fast exploding gases verses the slow burning air fuel mix and the power delivering properties of each. Remember, low octane fuel burns faster than high octane fuel (read that again if you didn't catch it the first time.) In all cases however, engine damage will occur as you are leaning out the mixture once you modify the air fuel mix - car engines are not designed to run on gas (and before you ask about lpg conversions, look at the properties of lpg before you do).

If you're NOT running the car lean by adjusting the mix and are simply just adding the gaseous fuel, then you're nowhere near using your fuel efficiently - simply because the car will add the same amount of petrol fuel as before, now however you are increasing the combustibility of the air-fuel mix only. This will give you more bang for your buck of course, but you have new problems... Assuming you can stop your highly volatile gas mix from igniting before it even reaches the combustion chamber, by increasing the combustibility of your air-fuel mix (which is partly where the modified carbi comes in), you become more prone to pre-ignition (engine pinging) which, a) damages the engine, and b) results in wasted energy. You can change the timing of the engine, to remove some of this, but the H O2 gas mix is extremely volatile, more so than a petrol air-fuel mix.

The ultimate bottom line/s are therefore:

Can you use water as a source of fuel by electrolysis? Yes, but only efficiently if your engine and car is modified and if you are creating the fuel outside of the enclosed space that is the car.

You can of course do it very inefficiently, just to prove it can be done - but seriously, what's the point? We are aiming for efficiency here, note a fuel source that will cost us money in different ways. 

Have you thought of generating oxygen only and adding that to your engine? It will generate its own problems, but not as severely as the above will. One major downside is your engine will run a lot hotter, which has it's own noteworthy issues! Another is it's clean and cheap generation. But hey, where's the challenge if it's all easy?



DM holds two degrees and is considering a third. He is a friend to all except those who don't want to learn and the ignorant. He runs a company by day and is a closet inventor pretty much the rest of the time - his wife has adjusted, finally.

Hello You might want to have a read. This conflicts with some key elements you have stated. I oftem see cooments I agree with in part. Being that you are aware of many issues this might balance out some where you might be overstated or missing the spot. Solar Panels maybe in a few more years as the out put per sq in becomes more effective. Till then lets experiment.

Have Fun with it and learn

What about the leaner air/fuel mixture and the possibility of burning valves?
A. Exhaust Gas Temperature, Lean Mixtures, and Burning Valves

Will operating my vehicle at a leaner mixture with Hydrogen-Boost, cause damage to my valves?

With Hydrogen-Boost seeking to run on the leanest air/fuel mixture that has acceptable torque and power, in pursuit of the best possible gas mileage, we have had repeated questions from misinformed customers concerning whether they would burn their valves by running the extra lean mixture.

I am sure the misinformation comes from the aviation field. Being an aviator until last year's near fatal experimental aircraft accident, I know that piston engine aircraft take off and climb at maximum power, and cruise at a leaner mixture, watching the EGT gauge to insure a safe temperature. Of course we all assume that safe temperature means a temperature that doesn't burn the valves.

This information gets us to assume that an electronic fuel injected engine runs at the rich mixture that is cool enough to protect the valves from burning. Most also assume that if we lean out the mixture we will be in danger of burning the valves. A too hot exhaust gas temperature also would indicate a too hot combustion temperature that happens to produce NOx, the oxides of nitrogen that are considered as toxic pollution.

What most of us don't know is that during warm up and acceleration the EFI (electronic fuel injection) engine does indeed run with a rich mixture, but during cruise the engine control unit (ECU) runs in what is called closed loop operation, which targets a 14.7 to 1 air fuel ratio. This ratio is called stoichiometric, meaning that there is a perfect mixture of air and fuel to insure complete combustion. This also happens to be the perfect mixture to get the highest temperature of combustion, and therefore the highest exhaust gas temperature (EGT). Any leaner (more air) mixture will cause a cooler combustion, and any richer (more fuel) mixture will also cause a cooler combustion.

The following quote was obtained from and is chemically accurate:

Some gauge manufacturers say you should tune to achieve maximum or peak EGT for maximum performance. This is incorrect. Peak EGT generally occurs at an AFR of around 14.7- 15.0 to 1 on gasoline. This is far too lean for maximum power and is dangerous under continuous WOT conditions. Many people think that the leaner you go, the higher the EGT gets. This is also incorrect. Peak EGT occurs at stoichiometry- about 15 to 1 for our purposes. If you go richer than 15 to 1, EGT will drop and if you go leaner than 15 to 1 EGT will ALSO drop. It is VERY important to know which side of peak EGT you are on before making adjustments. It is safe to say that peak power will occur at an EGT somewhat colder than peak EGT.

As you can probably figure out by now, leaning the mixture from the target 14.7 to 1 will NOT cause a hotter exhaust nor will it cause you to burn your valves. This is not to say that leaning the ECU's program under all conditions will cause a cooler exhaust. There is one condition that could be hotter and that would be running at WOT (wide open throttle) at 14.7 to 1 instead of the programmed 13 to 1. A continuous running at this condition might indeed burn your valves.

But how often would a mileage conscientious driver equipped with Hydrogen-Boost want to run at WOT for extended periods of time at 14.7 to 1 mixture? First of all a conscientious driver would be following the driving tips in the manual which discourages WOT driving all together, say nothing about an extended WOT operation. Also if a Hydrogen-Boost system is adjusted properly, it will be running at a much higher (leaner) mixture than 14.7 to 1, even at full throttle.

Being a research scientist, I don't like to take anyone's word for anything so I have ordered two EGT gauges, both of which can read the temperatures of two sensors. I will verify all that has been written in this newsletter and will report the results in a later issue.

So to answer the original question: Will operating my vehicle at a leaner mixture with Hydrogen-Boost, cause damage to my valves? NO.


On June 11th I finally installed one of my EGT gauges. The probe had a rather short lead so I ended up running with the EGT gauge on top of my hood, rubber banded to the windshield wiper. I had to drill and tap a hole for the threaded probe, which worked out fine. It was a little tight for space inside the engine compartment so I used a right angle portable drill and a socket and ratchet on the tap.

Once the probe was warmed up I cruised at a constant speed and throttle setting and dialed in a leaner fuel mixture while watching the gauge. What is claimed above regarding EGT and fuel ratio was indeed verified. At cruise the EGT was about 10 degrees cooler at 13:1 air/fuel ratio than it was at 14.7:1. At 17:1 it was also 10 degrees cooler. At 19:1 it was 20 degrees cooler, and at 21:1 it was 30 degrees cooler. The temperature really had more to do with the throttle setting than anything else. At high throttle settings the EGT was in the 900s, at high cruise in the 800s, at medium cruise in the 700s, at low cruise in the 600s, and at idle in the 500s. With this large range of temperatures the small change due to fuel ratio was insignificant.

One thing that is notable is the fact that any set power output typically produced the same or similar temperatures, regardless of the fuel ratio. Even though the higher fuel ratio caused a lower temperature at a set throttle position, to keep the same power it took a slightly more open throttle, which caused the temperature to rise back to the same reading as the lower ratio and throttle setting that produced the same power. Of course this was not quite true with those full throttle, rich ratio conditions when the EGT is hot but not as hot as it would be at 14.7:1 fuel ratio.

The throttle setting determined more than just the EGT, it determined the amount of temperature drop that was caused by the increasing fuel ratio. At idle there was only a 5-10 degree drop, but at higher throttle settings there was more than a 40 degrees of drop.

What does all this mean in relation to the question that started this discussion? Will operating my vehicle at a leaner mixture with Hydrogen-Boost, cause damage to my valves? To answer that question we would determine the condition that causes the highest EGT. This would be at full throttle and 14.7:1 fuel ratio. Neither a stock vehicle nor a Hydrogen-Boost system equipped vehicle would run at this condition. The stock vehicle would run at 12 or 13 to 1, and a Hydrogen-Boost equipped vehicle would run at the same 12 or 13 to 1, for those using the old electronic control circuit, or 18 or 20 to 1, for those with the new electronic control circuit. Of course any Hydrogen-Boost equipped vehicle would not likely be seen at full throttle for extended periods of time. So to conclude, the EGT that causes valves to burn would never be encountered with a Hydrogen-Boost equipped vehicle

Thank you for the thoughtful, well-reasoned post, with empirical data to boot. on another 'able about an HHO system, I have been maligned, accused of fraud and illegal acts, of being crazy (literally), been spammed, been accused of being a spammer...

You get the idea.

So I appreciate that you took the time and trouble, and that you are capable of having an adult, reasoned discussion.

berslan (author)DocMagnus2011-04-18

Great, extensive comment. Thanks a lot. One question though: How did you manage "the wife" to adjust? This is the greatest trouble I run into with all projects.

Jimmy Proton (author)DocMagnus2011-01-22

Longest comment?

DocMagnus (author)Jimmy Proton2011-01-27

Hahaha - that was the brief version =)

sk8ter122 (author)2010-01-27

Nice Job on the instructable!  I have a question.   What is the purpose of the water bubbler in the process.  Is this so that there is no accidental back flash explosion that would blow your HHO generator?

ajparag (author)sk8ter1222010-01-29

it is just a safety device. it avoids flash back as u hav correctly mentioned.

Professor Brown (author)ajparag2010-07-26

the set up is going to cause a flash back Hydrogen is lighter but floats up, you can't compress h or you go Boom. however. little water 9v-16v , don't forget amps, be careful. produce lots of gas.

texbaldwin (author)2008-11-10

My apologies, I didn't mean you. The official name is Browns Gas, as you know, but people with just a little knowledge(or just lazy)gave it the name HHO, and it has stuck. Besides, I'm the layman here, and I say get down to business: drop the name debate and tell us if it works! Sincerely yours, Mud :p

dpsilver (author)texbaldwin2010-01-28

oooo come now even thought this is unlikely lets just say for arguments sake it does u wouldnt want to go around telling people that u power ur car with browns gas lol 

ewitte (author)2008-11-05

From a government agency

Just one thing from the article

Because of the wide flammability range of hydrogen, an internal combustion engine (ICE) operating on hydrogen can operate with a much leaner air/fuel mixture than a typical gasoline engine, which improves efficiency. A hydrogen ICE developed by Ford Motor Company can operate with an air fuel ratio as high as 86:1, compared to 14.7:1 for typical gasoline engines (see Figure 7). This results in about a 25 percent improvement in efficiency (NEW-CARS, 2003).

NRen2k5 (author)ewitte2008-11-06
Yes, I know.

Let's be clear:
  • Hydrogen injection = beneficial.
  • Onboard electrolysis = not beneficial.
Lance Mt. (author)NRen2k52009-12-22

 not benefical in what way? I find that there is a advantage

NRen2k5 (author)Lance Mt.2009-12-22

But how do you "find" that there's an advantage? Have you done an objective test that eliminates as many other variables as possible?

NRen2k5 (author)2008-10-19

Do whatever mental gymnastics you want to justify using the scammers' label. Serves as a good warning for anybody with a working brain....

bullyork (author)NRen2k52008-12-11

if you just glance at any chemistry book, you would find out that you only get 1 oxygen atom and 2 hydrogen atoms from one molecule of h2o. If there were two oxygen atoms in the molecule it would be called h2o2, and its not h2o2 is hydrogen peroxide, and that is an antiseptic. Some people should really do some research before they go saying random thoughts on projects like this, BY THE WAY, I AM 17 YEARS OLD AND I JUST PROVED YOU WRONG, HOWS THAT FOR A WORKING BRAIN?

NRen2k5 (author)bullyork2008-12-12

And if you just glance at any chemistry book, you would find out that many elements (hydrogen and oxygen being two of them) form diatomic molecules, e.g. H2 and O2.

So the formula (omitting energy) is 2H2O -> 2H2 + O2.

So maybe you should do some research before you jump in and tell people they're wrong.

Lance Mt. (author)NRen2k52009-12-22

Well I just watched Fox News an-
- Owwwwy, help me. I cant feel my legs...

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