There does appear to be a way to mechanically produce a pressure from
water that can be scaled to almost any size.
I could not find the exact quote or file about the guy who wrote in
back in the 1880's saying he and others he knew routinely used a
mechanical method to extract 15psi from water. The man said it could
be scaled up to any degree and that Keely was just working from that
An additional comment is that of the aero club fellows who claimed to
have extracted a gas from coal that was finer than hydrogen and which
had extraordinary lifting ability when heated. This is found in the
The point and correlation here being that there are elements even
finer than hydrogen and probably thousands of other elements nested
between the ones currently recognized, and all with interesting,
The following fascinating statement;
Speaking glibly and rapidly, Keely reeled off the wonders of his
"With these three agents alone [air, water and machine], unaided by
any and every compound, heat, electricity and galvanic action,
I have produced in an unappreciable time by a simple manipulation
of the machine, a VAPORIC SUBSTANCE at one expulsion of a volume
of ten gallons having an elastic energy of 10,000 pounds to the square
It has a vapor of so fine an order IT WILL PENETRATE METAL....It is
LIGHTER THAN HYDROGEN and more powerful than steam or ANY EXPLOSIVES
I once drove an engine 800 revolutions a minute of forty horsepower
with LESS THAN A THIMBLEFUL OF WATER and kept it running fifteen days
WITH THE SAME WATER."
The full URL of the above quote is at;
So I have no reason to question your statement and would certainly
hope you could track this fellow down in hopes he might share some
light on his technology.
---Phil Suvakov wrote:
> To all,
> I am a programer from Australia and have recently become
interested in Zero piont energy or free energy.
> A few years ago while at University I met a middle aged man who
claimed to be an inventor. He also claimed that he could produce an
energy source from water which was not Hydrogen. He claimed he could
actually run his car on it. I dissmised him as a crazy old man.
> However recently I watched a program on energy and perhaps he
was not so crazy after all.
> What I am asking is. Are there any reports of or any information
relating to energy from water. Any answers to this would be greatly
> I have enjoyed greatly reading some of the disscusions on
keelynet. keep up the good work.
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