Coyote Blog | Dispatches from District 48
"The WSJ has an interesting article about why get rich quick schemes that should be so easy to demolish, particularly with Google at our fingertips, seem to attract so many people."
The stupid, it can't be contained.
"But hold on, this is the best part. Check out the description of HNG and how it is made:
Splitting water (H20) is a known science. But the energy costs to perform splitting outweigh the energy created from hydrogen when the Hydrogen is split from the water molecule H2O.
This is where mainstream science usually closes the book on the subject.
We took a different approach by postulating that we could split water in an energy efficient way to extract a high yield of Hydrogen at very low cost.
A specific low energy pulse is put into water. The water molecules line up in a certain structure and are split from the Hydrogen molecules.
The result is HNG.
HNG is packed with ‘Exotic Hydrogen’
Exotic Hydrogen is a recent scientific discovery."
I'm pretty sure she'd been "discovered" before, many times. I can't emphasize the word many enough.
"HNG combusts at a rate of 9000 meters per second while normal Hydrogen combusts at a rate 600 meters per second." Man was she explosive!
"HNG acts like a vortex on fossil fuel emissions causing the flame to be pulled into the center thus concentrating the heat and combustion properties." Wow, they got here dead to rights. She was a vortex of heat, and explosiveness, sucked everything into the center, then Boom!
How can Coyote call all of this a scam?! Heh.