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i found a new boiler technology and anyone heard of this? its where they split oxygen and hydrogen and then it burns creating the heating. here is the link: http://www.internationalgreenboiler.com/technology.html#hiw
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I would like to hear from someone versed in the physics of nucleation and phase change.

My first reaction, upon reading the linked material and doing some preliminary research, is that this is a new "free energy" device. It sounds like it's claiming to be using a process similar to electrolysis to not only split the water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen with very little electricity, but then recombine them, almost instantly, generating heat and energy somehow exceeding inputs.

The format of the sales pitch is similar to other "free energy" or perpetual motion devices. I would love to hear from someone better versed in the specific physics involved, but my initial reaction when I hear wild claims about secret proprietary technology changing the physics of well-understood processes is that someone unscrupulous is trying to take money from gullible people.

P.T. Barnum said it best. "There's a sucker born every minute." I would love to be proven wrong about these things, but so far, it hasn't happened.

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