Bust a Move At Your Next Science Fair

Electronic Music combined with a lecture on the electrolysis of water? There’s probably only a handful of people in the world who can appreciate this. I’m proud to say I’m one of them! This is science with a great beat you can dance to, so get up, get on the floor! (Before you go there… the geek truth patrol has already debated the finer points on the video’s YouTube page.)

Timesaving tip: the impatient are advised to skip ahead to the 2:00 mark where the pace picks up considerably.

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  1. BxCapricorn
    BxCapricorn says:

    Fun video, but it does make it seem as if Stanley Meyer was something of a genius. For more information:


    Helps clarify. I personally would like to see fuel stations like this, combine hydrogen generation, with solar and wind power, vice attempting to use solar and wind via power lines. These technologies cannot overcome the VARS needed to power long stretches of power lines (resistive), they need to be local. The reason we have long power lines is the desire to have power generators (dams, coal fired, nuclear plants) in distance areas, away from population centers. Thinking must change. We must see how difficult power production is, to appreciate and wisely use our power consumption.

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