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When so much energy is available to extinguish the need for oil - by fire created with water when you know how TRY!

Updated on May 10, 2011

Free energy is no more mysterious than a windmill or a dam that has potential energy that is tapped for our use in industry or for domestic use.Our knowledge is always being updated and history has proved that.

While it's true that you cannot get something from nothing ,it's also true that there is nothing that can stop us from getting energy from something that is called ;

Quote "The Quantum or sub Quantum or vaccum of space time."

There is a law that says "you can't get something for nothing"

Skeptisim is good ,but ignoring facts at the same time is bad.

While it's a good idea to see through fraud,it's also a good idea to see the truth while your at it.

Everything in the materal world is made up of energy,even the space that the material world is made of.

We use water to put out fires, that doesn't mean that water has no energy or cannot be utilized as an energy source in fact it might surprise you to know how much energy water contains

Most people know that you shouldn't try to put out an oil or or gasoline fire with water as it will only spred out the flame rather than putting the fire out.The oil or gas will continue to burn until it burns out completely.Water can only displace oil and gas ,unless you also displace the air too as the combustion process needs oxygen as well as a source of fuel.

There are at least two well known processes to split water into hydrogen and oxygen.

One is to use a low voltage direct current that heats up the water depending on how much current is used.This process is energy intensive and can use more energy than it produces,depending on the acidity or conductivity of the water used.

Another uses a pulsed D.C. at a frequency high enough in conjuction with a high enough voltage that can displace the two hydrogen atoms from the single oxygen atom in the water molecule.This process doesn't necessarily require acidic water for the process to work.

Yet a third process uses powdered aluminum in water to remove or absorb the oxygen atoms thereby releasing the hydrogen atoms As a result.of this process hydrogen atom is released while the oxygen atom is chemically attracted to the powdered aluminum to create a mineral called corundum or bauxite.This is the reverse of the process of producing pure aluminum.

In fact bauxite is the mineral we use to extract pure aluminum from by burning off the oxygen atoms in it.through electrical discharge or by directly heating it as we do with iron oxide or rust to remove the oxygen leaving only the pure iron ore.

The space in and between atoms is filled with energy

Water boils at 212 degrees F and freezes at 32 degrees F and yet under pressure

steam can be forced to absorb more energy and become what is called superheated steam or drysteam since the molecules of water cannot or are not allowed to seperate into hydrogen and oxygen atoms because of the very same pressure being applied.This is how a pressure cooker works until the rubber seal breaks down and the steam can escape through the broken seal.So energy can be forced into water molecules in the form of both water and,gas.

Water freezes at 32 degrees F but and at sub zero tempatures at the bottom of glaciers it becomes a gel like form of frozen water at extreme pressures and can move easily if it has enough momentum over land and scrape huge areas of rock soil.

Many people still generally believe that frozen water has no energy left within it ,but science has discovered that under certain conditions even frozen water has enough energy to boil water and even heat it to superhot steam because of what is called latent heat or heat that is not usually observed as heat unless you are more observant.This is the Quantum or sub Quantum energy.

Dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide ,created by pressurizing carbon dioxide gas directly into it's frozen state,bypassing the liquid state.

Special gasses that absorbe heat like those used in refrigerators and freezers or even specialized machines to pressurize hydrogen ,oxygen and nitrogen gasses into a liquid form used in science and rockets such as the ones used to deliver objects into space like the space shuttle ,which uses liquid hydrogen and oxygen as fuel based propellent.

All these special gases can absorbe energy as they expand ,and are then forced to release that energy as they are compressed into a very small space by raising the pressure to a certain level.Early refrigeration systems used ammonia which is a natural byproduct in urine to be the refrigerant. Ammonia is less valuable today than the new gases used today.,Ammonia is a liquid in it's natural state that changes into a gas as it absorbes heat.That's why ammonia has a most distinctive smell and is used today in cleaners or sold as pure ammonia as a cleaner.Ammonia absorbes heat at room tempature and above as it's smell can attest.If youv'e ever seen one of those curiosity items in a hobby shop like those oil filled lamps that looked like they were boiling inside a glass container.There is a curiousity that uses Ammonia in a glass container that does the very same thing,by absorbing heat from either human touch or any heat source.In fact you can see the Ammonia expand as it absorbes heat.They use a red dye to make the Ammonia more visable.

In fact almost all heat absorbing materals expand or radiat heat that they order to keep from expanding.

water may be unique because not only does it expand as it absorbs heat energy,and contracting after the loss of that very same energy as it reaches the freezing point of 32 degrees more or less depending on the atmospheric pressure and any extra energy in the environment ,but as the tempature.decreases the water forms crystals and in the process expands rather than contracts and can acually break iron pipes that they are forced to be contained which takes a lot of "energy".So where does this energy come from?

So,the observable characteristics of any particular atom or molecule depends on the conditions they are subjected to such as tempature and pressure in the scope of this hub at least. I'm sure there are other forces that can influence an atom or molecule of any substance.Electrical charges for one comes to mind.


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    • dusanotes profile image


      9 years ago from Windermere, FL

      Someonewhoknows, thanks very much for this very erudite and scientific Hub. Thanks for the knowledge it bears. I guess knowledge without application is still good, but I'd like to find someone who can take my water and heat it without charging me an arm and a leg so I can take a warm shower. Maybe I will check out your links. Thanks, Don White

    • someonewhoknows profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      Yet !

    • someonewhoknows profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      If you have some time you should checkout the many links I've posted then you will know why you don't have one and nobody else does either.

    • steve1717 profile image


      9 years ago

      If These "free energy machines" work, how come i dont have one? Why do you never see any for sale? if i invented a machine that could make energy for free, i would put the plans on the internet for everyone to use free of charge.lets see the oil companys try to stop that.

    • msorensson profile image


      9 years ago

      "Everything in the materal world is made up of energy,even the space that the material world is made of"

      This is true.

      Thanks for this hub, someonewhoknows.

    • JYOTI KOTHARI profile image

      Jyoti Kothari 

      9 years ago from Jaipur


      I read a book on particle physics "Something called nothing" long back. However, I can remember much of that.

      Why are you not specifying that vacuum you referred? Yes, this is a great source of energy.


      Jyoti Kothari


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