Plasma Electrolysis of Water from Cold Fusion

Cold Fusion by Plasma Electrolysis of Water demonstrated by Philipp M. Kanarev of Russia.

Remember Fleischmann and Pons when they held a historical press conference at the University of Utah in March 23, 1989? By the way, that is where I'm from originally. Anyway, they appeared to discover a "better way" to make energy and were basically ridiculed in the nuclear scientific community.

Watch a video on an experiment that is fully based on the Tadahiko Mizuno cold fusion experiment from the University of Hokkaido in Japan.

"Fleischmann and Pons introduced an entirely new field of science. It didn't belong to physics; it didn't belong to chemistry. It was somewhere between them. A turf battle started the day it was announced."

"Cold fusion appeared to contradict known nuclear fusion theory; nuclear reactions at room temperature were generally unheard of before Fleischmann and Pons. The reactions were viewed as inconceivable, impossible. The two men were looked on as heretics. They were also regarded as making reckless, unsupported, unscientific claims, and this won them no respect from the community of nuclear scientists whose work was affected by their speculations. But as history has shown, a new phenomenon is often a surprise, and its social, historical, scientific and technological significance can take years to comprehend." - Source New Energy Times

Here is the synopsis of the theory behind Plasma Electrolysis.

"In 1995, we began our investigations of the water electrolysis process in order to obtain additional energy. It has been determined that there are such modes of plasma electrolysis of water when up to 100% of additional thermal energy takes place, but a thousandfold increase of energy, which was announced by the Americans [Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons], was not confirmed. The calculations have shown that an increase of thermal energy by 100% with the unstable reproducibility of such a result has no prospects for industrial implementation. At least 300% increase of thermal energy is necessary, but such result cannot be obtained still.

But if we take into consideration energy of hydrogen and oxygen, which are released from water together with additional thermal energy, it will be possible to get more than 300% of additional energy.

Modern industrial installations require 4 kWh for production of 1 cubic meter of hydrogen from water. When this hydrogen is burnt, 3.6 kWh of energy is released. If the energy expenses for production of hydrogen from water are reduced by twofold or threefold, it becomes a competitive energy carrier. If it is possible to reduce these expenses of hydrogen tenfold, it will become the cheapest energy carrier. In this case, coal, oil and natural gas fail to compete with it." - Source

Plasma Electrolysis by Cold Fusion

You can learn more by visiting his online chapter from his book.

Water is the Main Power Carrier of Future Power Engineering

Professor Kanarev of Russia - Plasma Hydrogen Electrolysis

Photo above is Professor Philipp M. Kanarev of Russia. Credits go to him and others that have experimented with cold fusion.

NOTE: This discussion of hydrogen plasma electrolysis is for informational purposes only. Build at your own risk! I suggest that you don't build or even attempt to build without first contacting Professor Kanarev.

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