How To Make Your Own Water To Fuel Converter

Yes, you read it correctly and its real.

Welcome to the new paradigm.

The video above will give you very detailed information, and the exact blueprints, on how to construct your own water fuel converter which can be used to make hydrogen gas out of plain water.

Skeptics will of course tell you its ‘scientifically impossible’.

But, as a biochemist myself; I’ll tell you it is absolutely possible.

Also; Stay Meyer did it

 

 

Denny Klein did it.

 

 

And John Kanzius did it.

 

 

And even the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory have done it!

 

 

There is a long list of other people who have done it too.

Just research online and go deep into the rabbit hole and you will find even more evidence.

And now, the worlds first saltwater powered car has got approval to be introduced to the European market.

Check out the QUANT e-Sportlimousine by nanoFLOWCELL AG.

 

 

Welcome to the new paradigm people!

If this by any chance inspires you to make make the water to fuel converter from the instructional video above. Then please keep me posted on the results. I’d love to know how it went and help you to spread information about your work.

Stay cool and stay centered folks.

Namaste

About the author

M.Sc. in Biochemistry, creator of iterated-reality.com, intuitive energy worker, visionary and entrepreneur. I’m deeply grateful to be here and share this unique and rare moment with you right now. A moment filled with of infinite potential, a sense of interconnection, love, joy, passion, compassion, healing and continuous growth. My previous education, research & work involves; Regulatory protein research at the Dept. of Biochemistry at Uppsala University.  Market Analyst, Consultant and Product Manager for Big Pharma & Biotech corporations (before I knew better!). Initiator & co-creator of Earthship Biotecture Sweden & Earthship Biotecture Europe. A graduate from the School Of Entrepreneurship at Uppsala University. Also been doing 12 years of independent public interest research. Stay cool folks! :)

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