Posts Tagged ‘Electromagnetism’

Burning Water Amazes Researchers

Sunday, May 25th, 2008

Water is the most frequent molecule on earth. Yet, it hasn’t revealed all its secrets. When John Kanzius discovered a new way of splitting up und burning water by subjecting it to a radiofrequency field this was first caught up by the local media. A “Water Into Fuel” discussion ensued in the web. Not so fast, says Rustom Roy of Penn State University who checked the claim with a team including Kanzius. Until the recent publication of the first paper, no measurements of efficiency had been made. Roy ponders why water can be split in a weak RF field at all. He points towards the phenomenon of resonance. The following article is a longer version of a report in German that aired in Deutschlandfunk on 21 May 2008. (more…)