The invention changes the world - Peter Painter
An invention which is fueled only water, potable water or brackish, aspires to change everything you knew until today to generate electricity and to produce hydrogen as fuel to petrol operation and solve the energy problem. Invented by a Greek research team led by researcher and inventor Peter painter who worked from 1980 to the investigation of radio frequencies and ilektrofasmatikon applications. The zougla.gr brings this breakthrough in order to follow the recognition by the scientific community and to meet ... distance between the workshops and the production and distribution to the public of the application, with obvious benefits for the whole world.
#HHO by Frequency Resonance Petros Zografos
Published on Feb 1, 2017
#HHO by Frequency Resonance Petros Zografos With Captions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQaZCLMiVPk
"In Athens, a scientist claims to have developed a revolutionary method for turning water into electricity. The search for cheap, clean energy is something consuming scientists around the world. But Petros Zografos believes his discovery is the most efficient to date, and he’s created a mini power station that he claims could be the future of energy. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports."
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