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Resonant Propagation

These highly energized and liberated water bath atoms (76n7/97), now, causes Resonant Action to occur at a progressive rate during continued voltage stimulation ... giving way to the following operational parameters of hydrogen gas production for energy utilization from natural water:

Resonant Action (21) (point of particle oscillation) occurs when applied pulse voltage frequency (46) of Figure (5-5) is adjusted to "tune-in" to the Dielectric Resonance of water via voltage Intensifier Circuit (60) of Figure (5 -3);

(46) of Figure (5-5)


(60) of Figure (5 -3)



applied voltage amplitude (Vo xxx Vn) which is independent of Resonance Frequency is adjusted to cause water bath atoms to momentarily enter into Liquid-to-gas ionization state .... ejecting negative charged electrons …forming positive charged atoms having missing electrons ... forming negative charged atoms by electrons capture; as illustrated in (520) in Figure (5-3) as to Figure (5-4A) and Figure (5-4B).

(520) in Figure (5-3)


Figure (5-4A/B)


Compounding Action (22) (deflection of electrical charged particles) by way of voltage stimulation aids Resonant Action by superimposing particle impact onto to the Electrical Polarization Process (160).

Resonant Action (21), Compounding Action (22), Laser Injection (17). and Energy Pumping Action (520), Now, allows the production of hydrogen and oxygen gases from water in geometrical progression to set up Hydrogen Fracturing Process (90). as illustrated in Figure (5-4C) as to Figure (5-5).

Figure (5-4C)


Figure (5-5)