Since cave-dwelling times man has relied on carbonized substances to use as fuel.
This neanderthal habit is so ingrained in man’s psyche that the concept of fire without smoke is an alien concept.
The word neanderthal was first recorded in 1860; after Neanderthal, a valley in Germany, near Dusseldorf, where evidence of Neanderthal man was first found (Source: Dictionary.com). Hand in hand with burning fuels we see the origin of manmade atmospheric pollution and the mindset that the atmosphere was where smoke mysteriously disappeared into.
This mystery later became his heaven, the place that saved him from his smoke-filled cave. His ancestor’s no doubt was mesmerized by volcanic explosions, and he liked the warmth. So this heritage of acceptance of burning solid substances, regarding the atmosphere as a godsend to dump his smoke into, and hypnotism with things that explode are all part of man’s DNA.
A new fuel science developed from the 1970s revealed an entirely unique planetary combustible substance. Remarkably, this fuel was not solid, did not smoke, and imploded, the opposite of explodes. This gaseous substance, known as Brown’s Gas is a concatenation of water moisture, hydrogen gas, and oxygen gas. The oxygen-rich air that we all breathe is familiar to us all as it keeps us alive. Hydrogen is what powers the Space Shuttle and we are all familiar with that. And the water of course is the life-sustaining substance that every dying person in a desert desperately needs to stay alive.
Brown’s Gas can be said to be comprised of the elements of physical life itself. And it has more fundamental differences from traditional planetary fuels than not being solid, not being Smokey, and not exploding. When Brown’s Gas is lit the flame has no fixed temperature and interacts with other substances and reaches a temperature that chemically neutralizes that substance. This is called the Interactive heat effect of Brown’s Gas. Other planetary fuels like coal or oil or petroleum products or even hydrogen when burning in the air burn at a set temperature. This temperature is called the fuels Calorific Value. Following this is the second characteristic of Brown’s Gas namely that when it is enclosed in an airtight cylinder and detonated with a spark that it creates an instantaneous low-pressure vacuum. This is the only known way to instantly generate a vacuum that is known to man.
How can this be? When Brown’s Gas is produced, one litre of water expands into 1,866 litres of gas. When this volume of gas is detonated it collapses back to the original one litre of water in a fraction of a second. The wonderful thing is that when we burn Brown’s Gas with primitive fuels that are Smokey, that the smoke disappears. That is not all, the Sulphurs in carbonized substances are eliminated that would otherwise cause Acid Rain. As there is great interest these days in the decarbonization of industry we should be mindful of the Neanderthal’s mindset.