Fire from Water

Is HHO the Practical Hydrogen We’ve Been Waiting For?

No, the writer didn’t flunk Chemistry.

He wrote HHO, not the familiar H20, for the very good reason that it’s not water. In fact, it’s a whole new kind of gas, using a patented process inventor Denny Klein developed, a process requiring only a small amount of electricity and some distilled water. And what a gas! When it burns, it leaves only water as a combustion byproduct, yet can seemingly defy the fundamental laws which govern the behavior of gases, to include the one which says that thermal value for a given gas is a constant, not a variable!

Not only is it incredibly cheap, U.S. $7.00/day for the needs of a small metal shop, but it is vastly safer than the standard, dangerous multiage technique used for oxyacetylene welding (oxygen and acetylene under such high pres­sure that the TV show MythBusters showed that were a valve to be knocked off, such a cylinder could become a torpe­do capable of smashing right through a cinder block wall). Rather than high pressure, potentially explosive tanks, HHO is produced on demand from a small generator.

In a head-to-head test set up by a longtime pipe fitter and plumber on household copper plumbing, HHO was twice as fast as a propane torch for soldering pipe. As any homeowner will tell you, when plumbers are involved, time is money! Businesses involving welding, soldering, brazing, metal fusion, metal scaling, glass working, and a bunch of other disciplines are now not only able to do things faster, better, more cheaply, and do it in an environmentally safe manner, without UV emissions, toxic gases, soot, etc., but to do fundamentally new things as well. For example, in scaling rust from ordinary structural steel using an HHO fueled torch with a diffused flame, it was found that even in Florida’s high humidity the rust didn’t reappear, despite no coating or paint having been applied. Even an extended immersion lasting years led to no rust. To this day, the inventor doesn’t know how long this wholly novel anticorro­sion method lasts, but the implications for that alone are enormous. Corrosion control, you see, is a multibillion dol­lar industry.

Yes, this is an awful lot to swallow, which is why you’re being given this link so you can watch the mind-boggling video footage for yourself. Should you be of a technical bent, the patent is there, too, for you to peruse. (

Although inventor Klein is careful to use the term “evolutionary,” regarding what he’s come up with, and wisely, in the writer’s opinion, presented his invention to the U.S. Patent Office in the guise of an improvement in welding technology, HHO is fairly characterizable as revolutionary. Why? This invention goes way beyond welding. Indeed, it may well be the key to clean fuel for cars and trucks, at a stroke eclipsing the much ballyhooed hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.

Hydrogen’s Limitations

Those of you who follow science and technology or maybe are simply car buffs have by now heard of the various prototypes and test vehicles running around under hydrogen power, but there are big problems here. Classically, hy­drogen is created by the electrolysis of water, and that is extremely power intensive. Once you’ve got hydrogen, you’ve then got to store it, and the only way to do that in useful quantity is to compress the daylights out of it. More juice! Congratulations! You’ve now created a powerful bomb, which you get to drive! How powerful? Would you be­lieve 10,000 p.s.i. in a hydrogen fuel cell? And we haven’t even discussed the billions of dollars to convert service sta­tions to safely store and dispense super chilled hydrogen. HHO is available on demand, at 55 p.s.i.!

HHO—Hydrogen without the Headaches

Before continuing, it’s time to dispel the Hindenburg myth, which holds that the German zeppelin Hindenburg exploded at Lakehurst, New Jersey in 1937 as a result of a hydrogen explosion. This is instantly disprovable by anyone who ever had chemistry class, for hydrogen doesn’t burn with a bright, visible flame at all. To the contrary, it’s practi­cally invisible. Painstaking forensic investigation has found, using samples of the original skin and recently found German specifications, that the coating which sealed the Hindenburg’s skin was highly combustible and apparently ignited via static discharge from storm clouds around the landing pylon. Yes, all it took was the same kind of spark which you get scooting out of your car seat or crossing a nylon carpet to destroy the pride of Germany and wreck an emerging zeppelin passenger industry.

With that out of the way, we can now discuss an entirely different, proven way to use clean-burning hydrogen for vehicle propulsion. No, you weren’t hallucinating. This writer said proven. The HHO technology is in everyday use on inventor Denny Klein’s cars, producing hydrogen on demand and in hybrid mode, without engine modification, is re­portedly giving him a 30% improvement in gas mileage, with basically water coming from the tailpipe and no CO2!

Klein has run an engine on nothing but HHO, but again, the hybrid approach seems like a smart move on his part, being inherently less threatening to the existing petroleum-based order, while at the same time showcasing another remarkable aspect of the HHO, its ability to bond with liquids and gases, including gasoline, gasohol, and diesel. The result? More power, fewer emissions, and better fuel economy.

Can you say simple manufacturer installation and a huge aftermarket for retrofits? What could be better for an American industry in big economic trouble, under fire from all quarters for producing environmentally unfriendly fuel hog SUVs which have gobbled up all the mileage improvements made over the last few decades, whose CAFE (Corporate Average Fuel Economy) is going down, not up, and for a government catching all kinds of flak for not signing the Kyoto Accords? Talk about perfect timing! Be advised, though, that according to the company’s heavily visited web site, no HHO hybridization kits exist yet in either prototype or production form. The site has a wealth of material on HHO, including a 16-minute Quicktime film. (

The HHO market goes beyond even the gigantic automotive market, where markets are exploding in China and India, to name two, for this is a fundamental technology which can be applied to any fuel-burning engine, be it a don­key engine in a Chilean mine, a great set of turbofans on a jetliner, or anything from a Jet Ski to a supertanker. Talk about having a wide-open marketplace!

So, Why’s This Man Still Around?

Victor Hugo once said, “There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come.” That very much ap­pears to be the case here, which may well be why Denny Klein hasn’t been attacked, his home and/or business fire­bombed, and why he still gets to live.

Unlike the great Yugoslav expatriate Tesla, who came up with a method of wireless electricity transmission after the powers that be had already invested millions in copper mines to wire the world with the AC power he’d invented, using his power turbines, and was reduced to a nonperson for his pains, dying in poverty; unlike Moray in the U.S. who, followed by his heirs, was more than once assaulted and had his lab repeatedly bombed; unlike Searl, whose power and antigravity experiments literally got the electrical systems ripped out of his English home by the local power utility; unlike Hutchison of Canada, who was raided and had much of his equipment seized because of his elec­trogravitic research; unlike Troy Hurtubise, also from Canada, who’s gotten so many death threats from people wor­ried about his armor, antiStealth and electronics destroying ray work that he’s become immune, U.S. inventor Denny Klein has managed to appear with his stunning, high leverage invention precisely at that point in history where not only it is clear that the old ways don’t work, but that there is strong public and governmental pressure for quick, radi­cal improvement, to which the existing forces have already begun to respond. Far from being a threat, he is a true godsend.

His invention saves money, saves time, is clean, allows difficult materials to be cut and worked with cheaply and quickly, and his clientele is highly unlikely to let anything bad happen to him. The clientele? Such nobodies as De­troit automakers, the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Army. His HHO torch cuts lead faster and more cheaply than the old method, the toughest submarine alloy steel, HY100, is no problem, and he’s working on a military Hummer which runs in either standard multifuel capable mode or HHO hybrid mode.

Meanwhile, he’s got the Chief Technology Officers from such firms as Lockheed-Martin lighting up his phones and bombarding him with e-mail. Seemingly everyone wants to partner, invest in his firm, and so forth. Mind, it doesn’t hurt either his market position or his survival expectancy that someone uploaded one of the early videos about him to the Internet, whereupon awareness of him exploded, exploded to such a point that congress wants to see his hybrid powered car, and the EPA’s running tests on his hybrid fuel technology. What’s fundamentally unclear, though, is how any work gets done at the firm, Hydrogen Technology Applications, Inc., given some 2000 e-mails a day and a barrage of calls. Despite this deluge, the firm reports having no less than 19 projects under way.

How Does It Work?

This is where things get tricky. While HHO is brand new, the research that led to it builds upon a substantial amount of earlier work, known in Patent Office circles as prior art. The most familiar aspect of HHO is that, at first glance, it looks like something called Brown’s gas, which is by definition a combustible mixture of 2/3 hydrogen to 1/ 3 oxygen. The key phrase, though, is “looks like.” As the patent application makes clear, this isn’t Brown’s gas. Rath­er, it is an entirely new substance with such remarkable properties that a new word, “magnecular,” was used to de­scribe them. HHO doesn’t behave the way substances normally do via valence bonding, nor does it have the same ra­tios found in Brown’s gas.

The special electrolysis process which creates HHO doesn’t involve any evaporation of the distilled water which is converted into HHO. Rather, the water goes directly from being ordinary distilled water into being HHO. This HHO gas has the unprecedented property of having variable BTU content, as shown so stunningly in the videos, and be­cause it has its own inherent oxygen supply, doesn’t cause oxygen depletion where it’s used, a major safety issue un­der many working conditions, as in enclosed spaces.

The patent is maddeningly vague as to the exact particulars, mentioning only an “aqueous solution and electro­lyte,” but what is clear from the supporting drawings is that the “magic” lies in what is being done to the state of the hydrogen atoms. Normally, hydrogen atoms appear as spheres, but what this technology appears to be doing is that it somehow is reforming the spherical hydrogen electron orbitals into toroids (doughnut shapes), whose opposite mag­netic polarization via spin then brings them together, creating a hitherto unseen bond, a hydrogen dimer, which has both magnetic and molecular properties, hence the coined word magnecular, and it is this dimer which forms a new type of bond with oxygen. The result is HHO gas, trade name Aquygen.

Spin and Rotation—We’ve Seen These Before!

Longtime readers probably won’t be surprised that the “magic” lies in these, for they will have long since been made familiar with things as diverse as Stan Tenen’s decades of work for the Meru Research Foundation (, in which he’s shown that you can generate the entire Hebrew alphabet starting with nothing more than the human hand, a fire to cast a shadow, a few simple hand forms, and a series of rotations therefrom; Richard Hoagland’s “Hyperdimensional Model” over on Enterprise Mission ( and Tom Bearden’s description in which scalar waves arise from putting an electromagnetic wave through a dielec­tric, yielding an energy which has both real and hyperdimensional properties and is engineerable in both. (

Similarly, the mysteriously vanished ex-Bulgarian scientist Vladimir Terziski painstakingly analyzed reams of UFO reports and noted not only that the common denominator in their apparent propulsion scheme was spin, but coun­terclockwise spin. Indeed, when the writer visited him in his apartment back in the early 1990s, Terziski showed him a physics journal in which a fascinating experiment involving a gyroscope was reported. Say the gyro at rest weighed a pound. Spun clockwise at 20,000 r.p.m., it weighed a pound also. When spun counterclockwise, though, at exactly the same r.p.m. rate, it weighed less than a pound! He then handed the writer a detailed analysis of German saucer projects and UFO crash reports, in which something was always spinning. It might be the heavy rim of a saucer spun by WW II German jets or rockets, or superconducting coils, evidenced by the pronounced chill near the craft despite a typical blazing New Mexico summer, found in the rim of the presumed ET craft seen in New Mexico by archaeology students from the University of Pennsylvania before soldiers arrived and chased them off in July 1947. These coils were apparently for generating lift via a magnetic field rotating at relativistic speeds. Either way, the key principle was the same, and the same sorts of comments could apply to mercury-based vimana propulsion and something simi­lar on the giant black project antigravity TR-3B craft Fouche describes in his Alien Rapture.

And whom do we find straddling the seeming chasms among the ancient Indian vimanas, the Nazi saucers, the black programs and the purported ET craft recovered? None other than Viktor Schauberger, an Austrian forester whose patient, humble studies of nature got him into more trouble, in less time, than anyone could ever imagine. He learned the secrets of rotation, of implosion, which worked with nature, and for his pains found himself sent to meet Hitler, press ganged into the SS, then set to work, using wholly repugnant-to-him slaves whom he carefully protect­ed, to create his clean, revolutionary Repulsine air-fueled engine for use in the super-secret SS saucer program. After the war, he was evidently tricked by Army Counter Intelligence Corps agents into coming with his son to the States, where a consortium forced him to sign over everything so completely that on his deathbed he was heard to sadly say, “I don’t even own myself.” His tragic story’s in Farrell’s Reich of the Black Sun. (

Will HHO be permitted? Or will Denny Klein be simply another Schauberger?


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