Any wannabe inventors out there? "Magnetic current" is now being used to produce Hydrogen from water at 1700% more efficiency than "electrical current". It also produces a oxygen byproduct as well, separating it from conventional electrolysis It should be called "Magnetrolysis" and I think I just coined the term today. So if "Magnetic current" is better at separating Hydrogen from water, then what other methods of "Electrolysis" could be replaced and/or improved upon with the same technique? Go ahead invent something using "Magnetrolysis". I'll wait. SOURCES: http://www.centuryinter.net/tjs11/bus/magnh2o.htm The above link is serious, below is the demonstartions http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-813727532577660991&q=stan meyers&hl=en http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DApHhoE9tk http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3953634519146582505&q=hydrogen free energy&hl=en "Magnetic Current" also is a new concept, and "Magnetrolysis" will require a new set of "laws". So we can call them "Hilborns laws of Magnetrolysis".(nice ring to it) I will copy Fardays laws of electrolysis, however I will substitute the word electrical with magnetic, and replace the term ions with magnetic Ions, Faraday with Hilborn, F with H, etc. If these websites are true, then it would open an entirely new area of science, and would indicate electricity as electrically charged particles Ñ ordinary ions Ñ rotating about a magnetic current. This would be an exact counterpart of the classical conception that magnetism rotates about a current-carrying electric conductor. Now the staggering implications of Dr. Ehrenhaft's observations begin to unfold. Existence of such a thing as magnetic current, once established, would pave the way for industries as gigantic as those that the discovery of electricity led to in its time. A "gold rush" for practical applications might be expected. Patents for them would command fabulous sums, since inventions employing magnetic current would be basic. One area would be the ability to possibly tap into and amplify the magnetic field of the earth to power cars, homes. That part of the theory is in the physics forum under "free Energy", and is explained there in some detail, unless it has been bumped to here.