Just when you thought those "water as a fuel" type scams ended (HHO, hydroxy gas, etc.) here's another one, hydro nano gas, aka HNG.
Splitting water (H20) is a known science. But the energy costs to perform splitting outweigh the energy created from hydrogen when the Hydrogen is split from the water molecule H2O.
This is where mainstream science usually closes the book on the subject.
We took a different approach by postulating that we could split water in an energy efficient way to extract a high yield of Hydrogen at very low cost.
A specific low energy pulse is put into water. The water molecules line up in a certain structure and are split from the Hydrogen molecules.
The result is HNG.
HNG is packed with ‘Exotic Hydrogen’
Exotic Hydrogen is a recent scientific discovery.
HNG carries an abundance of Exotic Hydrogen and Oxygen.
Obviously, the above quote is pure and distilled BS lined up to look scientific to an untrained eye.
First, there is a certain amount of energy needed to split water, and no matter how the molecules are lined up, that will not be under a certain minimum amount. Second, if that hydrogen and oxygen are recombined to make water, the amount of energy one can get back cannot be more than what was used to split the water up in the 1st space.
Not sure if they're trolling for investors' money, or we'll soon see some HNG kits on eBay, but it's gotta be one of them.
The interesting thing is that exotic hydrogen does exist, it's just that it cannot be made by electrolysis. These 2 links should provide some info on what exotic hydrogen is, and why it can't be made without some *really* expensive equipment.
There's no need to worry. HNG is not fuel and does not claim anything like that. Its claim is to remove fuel emissions. In the process a diesel engine may even become a little more efficient, but the gain is in a cleaner exhaust.
So it's OK. No competition. Ford is safe.
In today's environmental discussion climate, think VW Dieselgate, this invention (HNG) may turn the tide. I happen to know VW is looking into the HNG patent. If they're the first VW may transform from being the underdog in polluting cars to the champion.