Rothman Technologies, Inc., also has another method of converting water to fuel.
It's called electrolysis. This method breaks water down into Brown's gas, which
also is a perfect fuel for gasoline engines, and, with one exceptional change,
it is similar to the method we featured in this webzine last year (see The Water
Car, and Convert Your Car to Run on Water, plus my December 2002 update to both
of these articles, Water Karma).
Why is Brown's gas a better fuel than pure hydrogen? Here is our opinion.
The environment is experiencing tremendous problems at the moment, and one of
the most serious of these is that we are losing our oxygen. The oxygen content
of the air is becoming so low that it threatens our very existence in some
areas. The normal oxygen content of our air is 21 percent. But in some places it
is only a fraction of that! In Tokyo, Japan, for example, the oxygen content of
the air has dipped to 6 or 7 percent. If it reaches 5 percent, people will begin
to die. Tokyo has even put oxygen disbursement centers on its street corners, so
that people can get emergency oxygen if they need it.
Eventually, if something is not done, this low-oxygen situation will affect each
and every one of us.
Brown's gas, created through an electrolytic process, actually may contribute
oxygen to the air supply, rather than leaving it the same (as with fuel cells
and pure hydrogen), or consuming it (as with fossil fuels). It is for this
reason that we feel it will be the future technology of choice for running our
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