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Hydrogen gasgun
« on: October 17, 2010, 23:21:34 pm »
Hydrogen Gas Gun

In order to obtain gas atoms in a critical state, a device called the Hydrogen Gas Gun (HGG) is used and it’s mounted on top of the Resonant Cavity Assembly. This circuit strips and captured free electrons from the gas atoms, tuning them into a highly combustible gas ions. The resistive elements; R4, R6 and R7, the dielectric constant of the gas (Rg) as well as the isolated ground (W) make sure electron flow or deflection won’t take place, keeping the gas in a permanent critical state during its process.
The dislodged electrons are consumed by a passive electric element that would convert its energy into heat or light or even both, such as a light bulb. Or it can be repelled by a gas ion created by laser.

Thermal Explosive Energy

When exposing the combustible gas ions from the Gas Resonant Cavity to a thermal spark of a heat zone, it ignites, releasing what’s called a Thermal Explosive Energy which is beyond the Gas-flame level.

This thermal atomic interaction is caused when the burning of ionized gases – in this case from water – doesn’t reunite the hydrogen and oxygen ions creating water again. The reason is that the HGG caused the oxygen atom to lose more electrons, preventing it from reaching the stable state. The laser energy from Va, Vb and Vc also weakens the bonds between the nucleus and its orbiting electrons. As the attraction forces are getting stronger between the atoms due to the absence of some covalent electrons, the oxygen ions latches onto the hydrogen electrons. This atomic thermal reaction would be known now as Hydrogen Fracturing Process which can be easily controlled by changing the amplitude of the input voltage.