ATOMIC HYDROGEN FLAME

In a YouTube video of a crude experiment, watch what happens when a high voltage arc is established between the power electrode and the hydroxy torch tip, which is the ground for the arc circuit. 

Neither the arc alone, nor the hydroxy flame alone, can produce such a display of heat radiation.

The heat energy of the hydroxy flame alone, together with the heat energy of the electric arc alone, do not add up to the amount of heat energy generated when the two are combined. 

The combination of the hydroxy flame and the electric arc is causing the H1 atoms to "open the door" to the aether energy cache.

Production of the hydroxy gas and the high voltage requires much less heat energy than what is produced in the Atomic Hydrogen + electric-arc reaction.

This experimenter has no knowledge of the Langmuir welding torch, or is ignoring that knowledge.  He could make the fireball without a gas flame if he first separated the Oxygen from the Hydrogen, and then jetted the Hydrogen gas produced with the electrolyzer; H2 molecules, and H1 Atomic Hydrogen. 

Jetting electrolyzer produced H2 molecules and Atomic Hydrogen atoms on to two tungsten electrodes making an arc, would (1) dissociate the H2 molecules dissociated from the electrolyzer water, to Atomic Hydrogen (H1) atoms, and (2) provide additional H1 atoms to those H1 atoms dissociated from the NaOH in the electrolyzer's electrolyte solution.

Watch the video on YouTube here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsqNKDCKQDM

If the YouTube .flv video is not accessible:

Download the video in .mpg format here:  H1  Flame

 
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