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OS:Vernon Roth's GEET-HHO Hybrid Plasma Tube and Hydrogen Device

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Pure Energy Systems News

November 13, 2014

Vernon Roth is one of the most brilliant, productive, and prolific inventors in the exotic free energy sector. Here we feature something he showed us at the Events:2014:ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference, August 3, 2014. It combines Paul Pantones Directory:GEET Reactor by Paul Pantone with the Directory:Hydroxy or HHO Injection Systems.

A couple of weeks ago, Vernon got me the images to go along with this, and now I'm finally getting them up for you. Sorry for the delay.

I've had the video uploaded since Aug. 5, but was waiting to edit in the images from Vernon, but now the YouTube (Google) video editor seems to have a glitch and is telling me I have to limit the length to 15 minutes, even though they've allowed me 2 hours on my videos for several years. So I just made that video public and will post the images on this page.

This is great stuff. You know me as the eternal optimist, but from what I can tell, Vernon's design could be self-looped with energy left over, not just drastically improve fuel efficiency.

Videos

Vernon Roth Explains How to Build His GEET-HHO Hybrid Plasma Tube George Wiseman Chimes In

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(YouTube August 5, 2014)

Diagrams

Here's a zip file link for you to download all the images in full resolution.

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Photos from TeslaTech 2014

Here are some photos I shot. Click here for a zip file of the high-res versions of all these.

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