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eople have been mesmerized by the thought of Cold Fusion energy since March 23, 1989 when electrochemist Bobby Stanley Pons and Martin Fleishmann, who was then the top electrochemist in the country, reported that their cold fusion reaction calorimeter had produced sustained anomalous heat of a magnitude that defied any explanation except in terms of nuclear processes. They also reported that the experiment produced nuclear reaction byproducts which included neutrons and tritium (a radioactive isotope of hydrogen). The experiment involved electrolysis of heavy water on the surface of a palladium electrode.

Because Fleishmann was involved in the experiment, the scientific community listened and gave him credence. The report received wide media attention. Fleishmann and Pons were never able to replicate their first success of generating energy at room temperature. The two spent $100 thousand in self-funded experiments at the University of Utah, but were never able to repeat their first success.

Following Fleishman was Stanley Meyers who converted a traditional gas-powered dune buggy into a hybrid with a HHO fuel cell. Meyers' dune buggy ran hydrogen fuel produced by Meyers from tap water. In 1996 Meyers was sued by two investors to whom Meyers sold sold HHO dealerships in water cell technology. On the day that Michael Laughter, professor of Electrical Engineering at Queen Mary University in London, England was scheduled to examine Meyers' invention, Meyers offered what Laughter called a "lame excuse" and postponed the vetting of his process.

Three court-appointed expert witnesses examined the dune-buggy's fuel cell and testified that "...there was nothing revolutionary about the fuel cell [since] it was using conventional electrolysis." Meyers, who was very protective of his invention chose not to produce the evidence proving his fuel cell did work, lost the suit. The court called his process bogus and ordered him to reimburse the two investors.

Perpetually seeking investers, Meyers had dinner with two Belgian investors on March 21, 1997 in a restaurant in Grove City, Ohio. As he was enjoying his meal and the conversation, Meyers suddenly sprang to his feet and ran outside, screaming, "They poisoned me!" He collapsed and died. The Franklin County, Ohio coroner ruled that Meyers had high blood pressure and that he died from a cerebral aneurysm. Meyers' supporters are convinced he was assassinated specifically to suppress his invention. Who would order such an assassination? According to the supporters, anyone in the oil industry could be suspect.

When Meyers' patent rights expired, entrepreneurs everywhere pounced on his protocols and patterns, and tried to achieve what Meyers had proved. Cold fusion, or something resembling cold fusion worked. The two most successful HHO entrepreneurs are David Davies and Dennis Klein. Klein took one step beyond Davies and has actually achieved rudimentary cold fusion.

Skeptics view cold fusion as a hypothetical form of nuclear fission which advocates theorize will create unlimited energy for home or industrial use, and enough hydrogen energy to power every car in the world—without any pollutants contaminating the atmosphere.

Water—H2O (hydrogen hydrogen oxygen)—with a simple bond angle of 104° is absolutely essential to life. All life. Not just people and animals, but all organic life on Earth which includes every organic and inorganic living thing on this planet. A space traveler approaching Earth would be amazed at the one key difference between Earth and all of the other planets in our solar system—it appears blue. Earth looks blue not because water is blue, because it isn't. It's the oxygen molecules present in the atmosphere that make it appear blue. NASA calls Earth the "big blue marble."

Most scientists are fascinated by the anomaly, but at least one, an engineer by trade, became ever more fascinated by those simple 104° bond angle water drops that still make the world look blue from space for over 50 years. But that engineer and inventor—John Ellis of Crystal Clear™—turned water completely upside down using a radically different, patented method of distillation that permanently changes the bond angle of water from 104° to 114°.

Over 50 years ago John Ellis, who holds over 28 patents in everything from aeronautical design to steam plant design, created the most unique water distilling systems in the world. You might say he "stumbled across the idea for the technique" that alters the property of water by mentally challenging himself to answer the question asked of him by a house guest one evening. The result of that question, or statement, was the most unique distillers ever invented by man. Why distillers? Because John Ellis was a man fascinated by the curative characteristics of water.

Water is a solvent that transports most of the elements that enter our bodies to their eventual destinations. Every nutrient we consume as fuel is transported to every cell in our body by water. Our bodies, while carbon-based, are 96% water. The blood that courses through our veins is largely water—94%. That blood, which carries oxygen to every organ in our body, does so because water makes blood liquid enough to flow. Without water as a transporter, blood would thicken into sludge, and just like clean oil that is needed to lubricate industrial gears to keep that machinery running smoothly, water is the lubricant that keeps our body parts working smoothly because water is also the cleanser that clears the waste from our body.

Then add to that Ellis' natural curiosity about...well, just about everything. So when the Ellis family entertained pharmaceutical pioneer Elmer Bobst (head of what was Warner Lambert and is now Pfizer), Mary Lasker, founder of the American Cancer Society and a man known to the Ellis family only as "Otto," at the Ellis estate, Ellis was fascinated by the views of his guests, Otto piqued John's interest in delve deeper into water—simple water—to determine its curative properties.

Only, the water John Ellis' electron distillers created was not simple. The idea came from Otto, who turned out to be Baron Otto von Bolshwing—a man with a CIA dossier that any movie director would have paid a fortune to convert into a movie script.

What started John Ellis' mind on this odyssey was a comment Otto made: "The only home water system that will work to clear pathogens from the body must change the properties of water, and subject water to intense ultraviolet radiation and heat by repeatedly recycling that water hundreds of times per gallon—not just once!"

Then Lasker said something that chilled Ellis to the bones. "Millions of people will become susceptible to cancer [not because they are genetically predisposed to it but] because when the mixtures of drugs and latent disease markers are flushed into the city's sewer system end up in the ground water supply, eventually to be reprocessed back into our drinking water supply because water treatment plants use a 'single pass' purification, distillation and filtration system..." those drinking that water will consume whatever pathogens and waste particles were not filtered by nature nor killed in the purification and distillation process at the treatment facility. Remember, we live in a world that reuses everything. Nature is, itself, the world's greatest recycler. What you drink and expel today may quite possibly be in someone else's cooking pot tomorrow.

Edward Coty, a Washington Post Foreign Service writer wrote an article on January 27, 1992, page A10 about a "miracle well" in Tlacote, Mexico. His article began: "By the thousands they waited; men, women and children, equipped with plastic jerrycans, patient and tranquil faith in miracles that has adorned Mexican history since pre-Hispanic times.

"The line stretched alongside a dusty road for more than a quarter of a mile one day last week. On other days it strung out for more than a mile as hundreds of thousands of sick and lame line up for the "light water" in Jesus Chahin's well—the miracle water that is said to cure everything from AIDS and cancer to obesity or high cholesterol. "For me, all of these things are God's miracles," said Mary Guadalupe Aguilar, a Dominican nun who drove 175 miles from Puebla along with a fellow nun and a priest, Father Juan Crespo, who has prostate cancer.

"Chahin, a wealthy rancher, has been making the water available free to public since May, 1991 ever since he accidentally discovered its healthy properties by observing the swift recovery of a farm dog who had lapped some of it. But Chahin quickly dismissed the reporter's continued reference to "miracle water," by explaining he was using distillers purchased from Crystal Clear™ in the United States, and the "curative power" comes from the constant movement of water from one metal tank (the distillers) to another.

Whenever any of those in search of a miracle through references to Christian faith, Chahin said he told them there's no miracles here, only science. "But Chahin, a Roman Catholic himself, makes sure when those seeking water speak of miracles, he makes it clear to them the water has no divine power. "The water is scientific," Chahin told the Washington Post, "but man is God's creation." Coty referred to the water from Chahin's Crystal Clear™ distillers either as light water, or miracle water because the term sells papers, not because he believed there was any miraculous power in the water.

Millions of people go to he website, John Ellis.com every year. Thousands of people buy one or more of the Crystal Clear™ distillers that permanently turn the hydrogen bond angle of his water from 104° to 114°, or they buy gallons and gallons of his water. 114waterFor that reason, Crystal Clear™ is now the best known distillers in the world—and why, in the view of this writer, that so many of Crystal Clear's™. competitors malign their Electron 4 and Electron 5 distillers. When you can't beat your competition, knock them. Some people will actually believe what you say.

Over the years, some of the best scientists in some of the government's best scientific labs, began questioning John Ellis' print ads by saying that whenever you alter H2O, logic tells you that you no longer have water. Scientifically, you have something else. This writer has personally spoken with scientists from four of the nation's top medical or military labs with enough letters after their names that they should have foldout business cards, who have admitted to me (after speaking with John Ellis) that they were a bit hasty in making derogatory comments about the Crystal Clear™ claims. Two of them admitted they would love to own John Ellis' patents to his distillers because of what happens in the distillation process. The bond angle of the water changes from 104° to 114°—permanently. You might say the Ellis distillers oxygenate the water. (You can temporarily raise the bond angle of water simply by boiling it. But when the water cools, the bond angle reverts back to 104°.) The trick is getting the bond angle to change to 114°—and have it stay there. Of course, that's how you qualify for a patent.

In researching Crystal Clear™, I've spoken to scores of people who, like the pilgrims walking one, two or more miles to Jesus Chahin's well with jerrycans in their hand, who likewise claim to have experienced miraculous healings or know someone who did. I've read letters on company letterheads from individuals and corporations, and from places like the village of LaSalle, Colorado. LaSalle is a small town of 1,900 people. It's one of those small crime-free places tucked away north of Denver, about 5 miles south of Greeley,Colorado. It's one of those quiet, peaceful places that offer people a rustic quality of life where good people escape the ugly side of life. . Except, you always knew when you were approaching LaSalle because you had to roll up the car windows and hold your breathe. You could smell the waste lagoon when you got within five miles of LaSalle from either direction, so holding your breathe long enough to escape the bouquet was an impossible dream..

The stench was so bad the State of Colorado ordered LaSalle to clean up its 5 acre waste lagoon or pay a massive fine—and a town-wrecking dredging assessment. It was one of those types of fines that bankrupts small town like LaSalle and makes people put their homes up for sale. Barry Schaffer, the Public Works Director of LaSalle contacted Crystal Clear™ for suggestions. John Ellis suggested putting 1,000 gallons of 114° bond angle water into the 10.5 million gallons of waste water in the LaSalle lagoon. Clearly Schaffer didn't think it would work, but desperate men grab desperation straws. And Schaffer was desperate.

On June 3, 2003 Schaffer sent the following letter to John Ellis: "We put 1,000 gallons of your treated water our 5-acre city waste lagoon filled with 10.5 million gallons of sewer waste. The lagoon stunk and was considered dead. In 24 hours the smell was virtually gone. Now that's amazing." Schaffer went on to say that had the John Ellis water not fixed the problem, the township was facing a dredging bill of $150,000—money they didn't have and likely could not get..

Now you know why two of America's top scientists said they wish they owned John Ellis' patents. And, if you think about it, you can guess why the FDA and the Federal Trade Commission prohibit business owners they view as "too good to be true" to use signed testimonial letters in their advertising—even if they have the evidence to back up the testimonials.. A couple of years ago, an oncologist who had just retired from Sloan Kettering Cancer Center called Crystal Clear™ and told them he wanted to buy a John Ellis distiller for his own use. He told Crystal Clear™ he knew the machine cured cancer. John Ellis asked the physician how he knew that. The doctor replied, "Because I've seen it."

What makes changing the bond angle of common tap water from 104° to 114° clean up waste water in a smelly lagoon? Or make thousands upon thousands of people believe that Crystal Clear™ water has curative power? And, why would intelligent Americans like David Davies, the CEO of Powergate Technologies, LLC in Wiscasset, Maine think Crystal Clear™ water could solve his cold fusion problem? Like Barry Schaffer from LaSalle, Colorado, desperate men try desperate things not because they think what they are doing will work, but because at the moment, they don't have anything better to try. Davies had been researching and developing HHO (hydrogen-hydrogen-oxygen( hybrid conversion systems for trucks and cars since late 2007. The last thing on his mind was cold fusion.

Powergate's current hybrid system adds 25% to 35% gains in fuel mileage. In addition to creating a fuel-efficient HHO conversion hit for cars and trucks, Powergate is also perfecting a zero-pollution, extremely efficient home heating and cooling system that burns HHO generated from tap water.

Add to that the possibility of buying an HHO electric generator that serves as a back-up system to your power company's electrical system. Okay, now you're curious. What would Davies want with John Ellis' 114° bond angle water—the stuff you drink? Davies discovered that the properties about John Ellis water that makes thousands of American homes buy it may well work in an entirely different application. It might also be the key to something called "cold fusion." John Ellis water may well be the catalyst that makes cold fusion really work. And, like millions of American movie goers, you thought cold fusion was just a worn out, impossible movie plot from 1996's Keanu Reeves movie, Chain Reaction and 1997's Val Kilmer movie, The Saint since Fleishmann and Meyers' cold fusion visions ended as bad dreams.

Davies, like scores of other HHO developers was quick to grab what information they could from the late Stanley Meyers 44 patents on HHO technology when the patents expired a year after Meyers' death in 1998.

Meyers claimed to have perfected the science behind HHO powered automobiles (which is like claiming you have perfected Cold Fusion) by producing 300% more energy than the electricity required to generate the hydrogen needed to operate the vehicle from water. Meyers was a deliberately obscure inventor who equipped his dune buggy with a HHO fuel system and ran it on nothing but tap water for three years. As Meyers continued to defend his statements of generating 300% more energy than the electricity consumed to create it, scientists continued to refute his claims by insisting Meyers' claims were impossible.

To prove he was correct, Meyers subjected his patents to three years of rigorous testing by the US Patent Office, proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that his HHO invention really worked. The one problem with Meyers' work is that because he constantly feared someone would steal it, he cloaked his discoveries and methods in obscure terminology that he simply made up to protect his work. He used that created terminology in his patent applications, keeping his code secret. Meyers' Water Fuel Cell, a variation of which is now being used by Davies and everyone else experimenting with HHO, was subjected to three years of testing by the US Patent Office and Meyers' claims have been substantiated. Davies had one problem with his invention—he couldn't achieve the 300-to-1 ratio Meyers claimed in his notes.

In Meyers' notes, Davies observed the question Meyers asked himself: "How do we switch off the covalent bond of the water molecule, and do it economically?" He answered himself: "We need a way to switch off the bonds and not process the water molecule in any way. Normally the oxygen atom has 8 protons and 8 electrons, But when the oxygen atom accepts the negatively charged hydrogen electron there is an electrical imbalance. The oxygen atom still has 8 protons, but because of the hydrogen atoms, it has 10 electrons. Meyers realized that because there is no electromagnetic field between hydrogen and oxygen, all he had to do was reverse the electrolysis process. Under Newton's second law, all Meyers had to do was set up opposite electrical charges to make the positive field attract the negative charge. The positive field, according to Coulombs Law, would repel the positive charge and the positive field would then attract the negative charge. When Meyers' patent clerk realized Meyers was describing a form of cold fusion in his patent application, he said: "Why in the world did no one ever think of this?"

I think someone did. His name was Michael Faraday. Faraday may have theorized cold fusion in the early 1800s, long before the technology to achieve it existed. Meyers may have achieved the concept in 1997, but David Davies wasn't getting the results he wanted. On April 23, 2013 John Ellis received a fax from David Davies concerning what as many as 10,000 pilgrims a day who faithfully carried their jerrycans to Jesus Chahin's well to get what the Washington Post called "miracle water." Davies needed some "exceptional" water.

In his fax, Davies said: "I've been researching and building hydrogen generators for big trucks since 2007. So, when a friend of mine sent me a copy of the John Ellis water advertisement from a magazine I went ahead and requested a free sample of John Ellis water to test with my new HHO (hydrogen-hydrogen-oxygen cell design.

"After mixing KOH and well water for the electrolyte, I connected my cell to my Pulse Width Modulator that pulses energy from a 12-volt battery. As suspected, the amps shot up to over 35 amps blowing a few 30 amp fuses. So, I added two cups of hydrogen peroxide to dilute the electrolyte.

"The cell had excellent HHO output and the amperage immediately dropped a little bit down to 29 to 30 amp range where it remained. Every day I ran the cell for about 15 minutes and the amps remained in the same 29 to 30 range. Then my 4 oz, free sample of John Ellis water arrived so I put 10 drops of the water into the electrolyte. I continued to run the cell several times a day for 15 to 30 minutes and, to my surprise, the amperage kept getting lower. It was using less of the battery's power to make hydrogen. A couple of days later the cell was still producing lots of HHO, But the amps had dropped to about 15 amps, then to 12, then to 7.5 amps. So, I decided if a little more John Ellis water could make the electrolysis so efficient, I would add another 10 drops. The amps continued to drop. I was dumbfounded.

"My electronic engineer said there had to be something wrong with my ammeter or I messed up my experiment somehow. After seven days of testing, it remained steady at 1 amp—but the HHO output was the same was when the cell required 33 amps. Today, I decided to save the electrolyte with the John Ellis water and use it to test a brand new cell in case there was something defective with the original test cell. To my total amazement, the cell began to produce lots of HHO as it was 'broken in'...but the amps dropped from one amp to an indicated zero amps.

"The ammeter goes up to 60 amps so the calibrations are coarse, but even so, my new cell is using no more than 1/2 amp to produce lots of HHO. As a researcher who devotes all of his time in the study of using water for the fuel process, this appears to be a breakthrough since I'm producing abundant HHO (lots of energy when burned), using almost no electrical power to generate the HHO fuel. This is the cleanest energy on the planet since the only emissions when HHO is burned is pure H2O. If the John Ellis water is used with my new cell design, fuel mileage will go way up. The HHO can also be used to heat and power your home because they are no harmful emissions, and it is so efficient the devise, using John Ellis water as a booster, consumes very little electricity." Each new discovery man makes is a new first step of a new journey to even more important discoveries. Stanley Meyers started the journey that David Davies now walks. Davies footsteps just crossed paths with the footsteps of engineer and scientist John Ellis who discovered that H2O with a bond angle of 114 instead of 104 permanently alters water and makes HHO burn a hundred times more efficiently.

About the same time Davies was starting Powergate Technology, Dennis J. Klein of Clearwater, Florida formed his own company, also in the footsteps of Stanley Meyers' genius. His company is called Hydrogen Technologies Applications, He is also using HHO to power cars. He branded his product as Aquygen® gas (a new spelling for the word "oxygen.") Klein converted his Ford Escort to use HHO, He calls his hybrid HHO system HHOS for "a hybrid hydrogen-oxygen system."

What makes Klein's HHO application interesting is that after converting his Ford Escort into a HHO hybrid, he began experimenting with other applications for HHO gas. Klein converted a normal acetylene torch into a HHO torch. When he lights up the torch, he can place his bare fingers at the metal tip of the torch just below the flame—and it remains cool to the touch. Yet the flame of the torch is so hot it will immediately cut a building brick in half with a heat comparable to the heat of the sun. The heat was so intense, it took only seconds to burn a hole completely through a cannonball-sized piece of charcoal. Three seconds turned a brass ball into a glowing sphere and tungsten lights up like a fluorescent tube. Steel slices on contact. Yet, the instant Klein turned off the torch, it was still cool to the touch. That is Cold Fusion.

If Cold Fusion has been around since before 1990, why are our cars powered by gasoline, and our homes heated, cooled and lighted by coal, oil or natural gas? Because, until David Davies put ten drops of John Ellis' 114° hydrogen bond angle H2O in the hydrogen cell he was experimenting with, HHO consumed too much of the power it produced while creating it. But it just may be that that the world's purest and most pathogen-free drinking water just may be the key to Cold Fusion. In fact, if you really think about it, when you look at the John Ellis water for drinking, you could probably call it "cold fusion for the body." Klein proved what he and Davies created from Meyers' applications is more than just inexpensive hydrogen fuel. Dennis Klein's acetylene torch is cold fusion. It produces a heat as intense as the sun—at room temperature.

Barack Obama has been telling us for over four years that he wants to invest in green technology that works. Why doesn't someone introduce him to David Davies and Dennis Klein? Oh, yes...and let's not forget the man with the 114° cold fusion key that virtually creates cost-free hydrogen fuel—John Ellis.


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