UNITED KINGDOM (PRWEB) July 9, 2004
Earth 2012, a UK based non-profit organization, has launched a project to develop a water-fuelled car in a commercially viable way. They claim to have a technology that will produce Hydrogen for fuel by vibrating water molecules at their resonant frequency. In this state the water becomes very unstable and can be broken down into hydrogen and oxygen using only a small amount of energy. The main byproducts of the combustion are water and oxygen. No greenhouse gasses are emitted.
They state that the technology was developed back in the eighties, and has been proven to work, but that an attempt to get this technology on the market was obstructed at that time. "Now, with peaking oil prices, growing concerns over global warming and an intensive search to find alternative energy sources, the time is right to bring out this revolutionary technology."
One of the people involved in the project in the eighties is now involved in the present project. All that is lacking is funding.
Earth 2012 aims to present a prototype at the end of 2005. They have commenced a fund raising campaign to raise Â£1 million via donations.
The site says, "The water engine will be the ultimate solution to the energy problems the world is facing today. Energy will become available almost for free. Everybody can generate their own electricity once they have invested in a generator that uses this technology."
The project team is dedicated to release this technology into the public domain, without any patents, making it available for all to use. When the full prototype is demonstrated the design will be published, thereby making it impossible for anyone else to claim a patent on this technology. They do not plan to release earlier prototypes for security concerns. Not until the optimized design is achieved will they go public.
Stef Kling, Director of Earth 2012, comments: "Our only motive is to help the world. It is our objective to build a world based on trust and sharing, rather than fear and greed."
Kling has consented to allow Pure Energy Systems to publish the complete plans for this technology in the PES open source format once a refined prototype is attained. "The wider we can get the design out the better," he said.
In addition to releasing the design to the public, Earth 2012 plans to invite a respected institute to reproduce the design. They will also offer their services for car manufacturers to perfect the technology and get it ready for production.
Earth 2012 itself is not involved in the development of the prototype, but manages the fund-raising for the project. Their press release states that Â£1 million funding is required to start the project.
Earth 2012 has launched a fund raising campaign, asking the general public to make donations via the website http://www.earth2012.org. Kling said: "We are looking for people and organizations who are willing to make their contribution to create a better world. If only 100,000 people donate Â£10 this would give us the required Â£1 million. By funding this project with donations it allows us to put this technology in the public domain. This will greatly speed up the adoption of this technology world-wide."
When asked how they will assure that the funds are going toward a legitimate project and not into a scam, King responded, "The only hard proof one could give is to demonstrate a working prototype. Hence we are in catch 22 as to build the prototype we need funding."
"Fundraising is done through a professional organization (Earth 2012) that is registered and audited. If this was a scam we would be in legal trouble. If we can't show anything by the end of next year we will get slaughtered in the press and my personal credibility and that of Earth 2012 would be ruined forever."
The progress of the fund raising campaign and the overall project will be reported regularly on the website.
The above was compiled by Sterling D. Allan of Pure Energy Systems News from Earth 2012 press release and email interviews.
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Stef Kling, Director, Earth 2012