AquygenDenny Klein is yet another inventor that has created a device that can split water into its components hydrogen and oxygen. The mixture of hydrogen and oxygen is called HHO (or HOH), sometimes also known as Brown’s Gas. Klein originally created his water splitting device to power blow torches, welding machines and similiar devices. He now calls his system Aguygen and has filed a patent related to his system, but you have to remember that a patent application is nothing more than just that… an application.

Like mentioned before, plans for such devices are available on the internet. In fact, we are thinking of perhaps building one soon for experiment’s sake and trying it out on an old car… sort of like a Mythbusters thing. Any donor vehicles?

Watch the interview after the jump.

VIDEO: Fox News on Denny Klein

 
After dabbling for years in the IT industry, Paul Tan initially began this site as a general blog covering various topics of personal interest. With an increasing number of readers paying rapt attention to the motoring stories, one thing led to another and the rest, as they say, is history. An avid electronic gadget aficionado as well as big-time coffee lover, he's also the executive producer of the Driven motoring TV programme.
 

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  • maibatsu_thunder (Member) on Jul 22, 2008 at 9:21 am

    Wow this sounds just like what you hear when playing streetfighter. God knows instead of studying back in my school days I fed coins into machines to use characters like Ryu, Guile, Dhalsim, Chun Li, Zangief, etc. to fight. Sometimes one of the characters would shout ABOO-KIN!, BOYUGEN/BOW-YOU-KIN!, etc.

    Seriously though I guess these things need a LOT of serious testing before I’ll be convinced.

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  • delos3nos (Member) on Jul 22, 2008 at 10:14 am

    Remember the food shortage they blame on biofuel and now water for fuel. Moreover the petrol will phaseout in the near future and the fossil fuel will thing of past. The Name which sound like Shell, Petronas,Mobil, Esso and other will be laying in the history book. The king of oil will be sweeping the street and the petrol station will convert to parking lot.F1 will loss its shine and the interest of the people. Well thing like that will only happen in another 50 years time so we still need to keep our feet on the ground and do the normal duty.

    Well there are good and bad in human inventions let god bless us for what we have and what we going to be.

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  • maibatsu_thunder (Member) on Jul 22, 2008 at 12:12 pm

    Better start building your kandang kuda/kerbau. Remember Mad Max 3: Beyond the Thunderdome? Max had to use a camel powered truck. Also in Bartertown they used methane for the electricity. Master-Blaster was in charge and if Aunty didn’t make him happy he’d do some ’embargo’. This means we should start looking into pig-rearing to produce all this methane. Can human waste work? Surely all those oxidation ponds can be put to good use.

    We can learn a lot from Mad Max. For my very own “Last of the V8 Interceptors” I think I’d go for a Ford Laser TX3 as this is the closest you can get to a Ford Falcon XB here in Malaysia. Painted black with the MFP logo and a supercharger or GTX/GTR 180/210PS BP Turbo engine this would be quite cool. Dinky-Di dog food and a little dog would be a good accessory. For the Road Warrior look just remove the rear hatch and put in two large fuel tanks. Might have to find some lexan bulkhead to keep rainwater out though.

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