The International Open Source Hydrogen On Demand Builders Network.
HODINFO is a collaborative think tank. We are an International group comprised of inventors, scientist, mechanics, tinkerers, and out of the box thinkers. Our mission is to find innovative solutions to the problems that primarily limit the production and delivery of H2. As the world wakes up to the idea of using hydrogen it also becomes clear that immense infrastructure initiatives will be required to make it happen. We believe that just like 3rd world nations leap frogged cumbersome land line phone technology and built cell systems, so can it be with hydrogen technology. That leap will be to hydrogen-on-demand. If adequate solutions are found to support HOD systems then the world can remove great and costly limitations on future applications. It is important to realize that the future is not just Hydrogen, it's Hydrogen-on-Demand.
Written by, Samuel K. Burlum,
Investigative Reporter-Author of “The Green Lane;”
Published on 4/15/15, a …
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European HHO website www.watergas.eu
Currently I am working hard to produce content for a European HHO website. We have run the Dutch watergas.NU website four years at a non-profit basis. We focus mainly on providing information for readers that are new to Watergas. We provide basic information and give interesting links. Watergas.EU is also meant to become a directory of Who is Who and Where? We focus on professionalization of the…Continue
Thinking of writing another monograph on the similarities between HHO and LENR* such as:
Large energy yields, in one test at UNOH the yield was 19.8 MJ per gram of hydrogen injected. That is about 160 times greater than the the heat of combustion and that is not raw energy, it is mechanical output on the engine shaft. The raw yield would have been about 3 times…
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A co-worker shared this with me today. http://www.amazonsupply.com
This could be very helpful to many here.
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Noticing the Nickel/Nickel-Oxide comment here:
For a cheaper water splitter, a team led by Hongjie Dai from Stanford turned to inexpensive,…
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Written by, Samuel K. Burlum, Investigative Reporter, and author of The Green Lane, a syndicated column Published on 5/23/14 by The Alternative Press.com…Continue
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We have owned this website along with HHOHeaterPlans.com (since changed to futuregasllc.com) Due to funding the sites and this project we have decided to sell something to continue our research. If you are interested you may private msg. me or send a offer to our email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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HHO NEEDS TO GROW
99% of the world don't know about hho the best way to promote hho for free is on facebook, you must join and create awareness of the technology
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Wanted: Hydroxyl binder...
Someone somewhere may know the answer to this little problem. We need to tie up/bind Hydroxly (OH) with something really fast. It also needs to be dirt cheap.
Aluminium works, so does magnesium but both are relatively expensive and more than a little dangerous in a powder format.
Is there an organic substance / process…Continue
Written by, Samuel K. Burlum, Investigative Reporter, and author of The Green Lane, a syndicated column, Published on 3/3/14 by The Alternative…Continue
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Written by, Samuel K. Burlum, Investigative Reporter, and author of The Green Lane, a syndicated column, Published on 3/17/14 by The Alternative Press.com…Continue
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By chance, they discovered that alkali metal ions like sodium or potassium can activate fine platinum particles when they are adsorbed on alumina or silica. When they examined the structure, they found extra active oxygen species that seemed to help the platinum complete the reaction cycle.
MIT researchers have created an “over-unity” LED that absorbs ambient heat energy.
The LED produces 69 picowatts of light using 30 picowatts of power, giving it an efficiency of 230 percent. That means it operates above “unity efficiency” — putting it into a category normally occupied by perpetual motion machines.
However, while MIT’s diode puts out more than twice as much energy in photons as it’s fed in electrons, it doesn’t violate the…
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The technology uses solar energy to separate the elements that make up water and carbon dioxide (CO2). The reaction creates synthetic gas, or syngas – comprising energy-rich hydrogen (H2, which can itself be used as a fuel)…
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HyperSolar, the developer of a breakthrough technology to produce renewable hydrogen using sunlight and any source of water, announced that its artificial photosynthesis technology is now capable of producing 1.0 volt open circuit voltage for use in direct solar hydrogen production. This achievement represents a dramatic voltage increase over the previous 0.2 volt just 8 months ago, and 0.75 volt…
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Feb. 9, 2012 — A technique for creating a new molecule that structurally and chemically replicates the active part of the widely used industrial catalyst molybdenite has been developed by researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab). This technique holds promise for the creation of catalytic materials that can serve as effective low-cost…
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