Inventor seeks funding for hydrogen extraction system (claims cold fusion)
Posted by keelynet on May 18, 2009
This guy seems to have stumbled but is still confident he has a novel answer to energy generation;
“Eighteen months ago, inventor James Hunt had hopes of a manufacturing plant, maybe with as many as 1,000 employees, where his engines powered by hydrogen extraction from water, via plasmatic induction, a form of electrolysis, would be retrofitted into automobiles.
Hunt’s original dream was to end the United States’ dependence upon foreign oil through the system that would use non-radioactive carbon rods to extract the energy out of ordinary drinking water. He said at the time that, after a year, a motorist would go to a special service station, have the carbon rods replaced at a price about equal to filling up a car with gas for month, then be good to go for another year.
Now, Hunt says the process is more of a “platform,” from which there are many potential uses. “It can be as small as something under the hood or as large as a power plant that could be added to the grid,” Hunt said.
According to Hunt, the emphasis on hybrid vehicles makes him feel it’s more likely his invention will initially be used to generate electricity, such a is being done with wind turbines.” – Source
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