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Jaco Bezuidenhout replied to gabet123's discussion 'Should HODINFO continue?'
"Matthew I think Gabet123 found his answer and won't drop this site anytime soon. One day the secrets will bash open and we'll have water serve us in ways never imagined. I myself had many hours of fun building about 8 dry cells and…"
Oct 4
Jaco Bezuidenhout commented on Jim Mitchell's blog post 'Electronyisis A Spectacular New Vernacular.'
"Thanks for the feedback Jim. I think I am starting to understand it better. It still does feel like rocket science though. LOL Right, so ampere causes an influx of electron flow racing through water and as the H and the O breaks appart, they…"
Sep 7
Jaco Bezuidenhout commented on Jim Mitchell's blog post 'Electronyisis A Spectacular New Vernacular.'
"I've been reading all this again and maybe I'm starting to understand this, so correct me if I am wrong please : I am used to dry cells - a bunch of plates with electrons charging through water and a conductor (KOH or whatever) ripping the…"
Sep 6
Jaco Bezuidenhout commented on Jim Mitchell's blog post 'Electronyisis A Spectacular New Vernacular.'
"A very interesting read. Thanks for sharing."
Sep 5
Jaco Bezuidenhout replied to gabet123's discussion 'Should HODINFO continue?'
"Yes, "commercially available" - it means "we got it working and am not gonna share with you, but rather capitalize on it and have you pay us a great amount then you can go reverse engineer our patent". ....need I say more? I…"
Aug 30
Jaco Bezuidenhout replied to gabet123's discussion 'Should HODINFO continue?'
"Well, the Hoffman device is the perfect idea yes, but for a number of reasons will it not serve in my application. The first reason is that the Hoffman device is great for showing how it works and one cannot really generate a huge flow with such a…"
Aug 28
Jaco Bezuidenhout replied to gabet123's discussion 'Should HODINFO continue?'
"Reading the reply from Felix, I think I'd like to recap the very basics of all this summed up : * We have Stanley Meyer who died splitting water by resonance of volts to water frequency. * We have the more expensive (or less economical) way of…"
Aug 28
Jaco Bezuidenhout replied to gabet123's discussion 'Should HODINFO continue?'
"Gabet123, for starters, thanks for having this going for so long. I found a lot of value from it. I also participated to a fair extent. I always come have a look once there is something new to look at. Always hoping for the miracle moment that we…"
Nov 13, 2017

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Novice Builder
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UNIX operating systems

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At 2:03pm on February 16, 2017, phil said…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYSRtxSUBrk

watch that.

when the oil is hot enough, it breaks up the water. it is no longer wet because it is no longer water vapor. its oxyhydrogen gas.

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