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Molecular Impact Steam Technology (MIST) site upgrade

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Relevance: Directory:Water as Fuel > Directory:(Molecular Impact Steam Technology) MIST Energy Systems

: From:

: Sent: Friday, June 13, 2014 9:55 AM

: Subject: Re: Upgraded web site... ..

: You can show this to anybody now, it has no mistakes and is scientifically correct. It explains how and why 1/18 of a teaspoon of Sea water, [containing] 5 to 6% sea salt, releases hydrogen on impact, and burns or explodes.

: We are the only people on this planet doing this. [Not necessarily.]

: Richard E. Aho

: Molecular Impact Steam Technology

: Fort Lauderdale, FL USA

: Cell: 954 496 3838

: Office: 954 771 0435

: Fax: 954 771 1875

: E-mail:


-- SilverThunder 15:28, 16 June 2014 (UTC)

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