Brown's Gas : stoichometric H-H-O
from electrolyzed water.
The late former New York
Assemblyman Dan Haley ( and numerous others ) witnessed a
demonstration of Brown's Gas vs radioactive material in which
the emissions were reduced to 0.04% within a few minutes:
[ HERE ] ( FLV,
47 MB )
The process was demonstrated to
Japanese scientists from Toshiba and Mitsui Corporations.
Apparently it has been forgotten
by them, or they're too craven to speak up about it to the
Yaskuza-Tepco punks @ Fukushima and the mealymouths in Japan's
government, or to the vaunted over-educated alleged scientific
Stupid, stupid, stupid...
...We now proceed to the experimental results obtained by advanced
transmutation which have direct bearing on the problem of disposal
of nuclear waste fuel.
Interaction with ionic hydrogen
and ionic oxygen
Brown's Gas has been developed by a Bulgarian-born Australian
national, Prof. Yull Brown. In his process, water is separated
into its two constituents, hydrogen and oxygen in a way that
allows them to be mixed under pressure and burn simultaneously and
safely in a 2:1 proportion.
The proprietary process results in a gas containing ionic hydrogen
and oxygen in proper mixes which is generated economically and
safely and which may be compressed up to 100 psi.
Brown's Gas is a "cornerstone of a technological edifice" with
many commercial and industrial applications.
At this time, Brown's Gas generators are mass produced in the
Bautou, a major research city in the People's Republic of China by
the huge NORINCO factory which also manufacturers locomotives and
ordinances -- and services the nation's nuclear industry
complex. Most of these generators (producing up to 4,000
litres/hour/2.4 water at 0.45 MPa with power requirements ranging
from 0.66 kW up to 13.2 kW) are marketed for their superior
welding and brazing qualities, costing between $ 2,000 and $
17,000. Some units have been used for the decontamination of
radioactive materials since 1991. In general, Brown's Gas
generators produce between 300 and 340 litres of Brown's Gas per 1
kW energy DC current approximately and one litre of water produces
1.866.6 approximately litres of gas. A generator which produces
10,000 litres per hour has been built specifically for the
reduction of nuclear waste.
On August 24, 1991, Baotou's Nuclear Institute # 202 released a
report, The results of experiments to dispose of radiation
materials by Brown's Gas which establishes that experimentation on
Cobalt 60 radiation source decreased radiation by about 50% or
half-life of radiation -- but sometimes more radiation is
decreased which needs investigation of possibilities for
decreasing more of the radiation in single treatments of exposure
to Brown's Gas flame, lasting only a few minutes, in the samples
as described in the table below.
Source Intensity 580
115 - 120 millirads/hour
After Treatment 220 - 240
De-radioactivation of Cobalt 60 by exposure to Brown's Gas flame
for less than 10 minutes.
1991 experiments conducted by Baotou Nuclear Institute # 220,
People's Republic of China.
In another test conducted by Yull Brown before a public audience
including U.S. Congressman Hon. Berkeley Bedell with committee
responsibilities in this area of concern, the experiment ran as
follows as reported by the press:
Using a slice of radioactive Americium ... Brown melted it
together on a brick with small chunks of steel and Aluminum ...
After a couple of minutes under the flame, the molten metals sent
up an instant flash in what Brown says is the reaction that
destroys the radioactivity. Before the heating and mixing with the
other metals, the Americium, made by the decay of an isotope of
Plutonium, registered 16,000 curies per minute of radiation.
Measured afterward by the [Geiger Counter], the mass of metals
read less than 100 curies per minute, about the same as the
background radiation in the laboratory where Brown was working.
This experiment indicated a reduction of radiation in the order of
over 99% (to about 0.00625 of original level) -- in less than 5
minutes, with minimal handling. The improvement in the
de-radioactivation process from about 50% to nearly 100% has come
only with persistent research over the decades by Brown and his
The Brown's Gas generating units that produced such effects are
not expensive -- a far cry from the multi-million processes tabled
by AECL. They are powered by low energy requirements and
require only small volumes of water, at most a few liters per hour
as fuel. Furthermore, the training required for operation is
The Hon. Bedell has reported, "it has been my good pleasure to
witness experiments done by Prof. Yull Brown in which it appeared
to me that he significantly reduced the radioactivity in several
nuclear materials. Under the circumstances, I believe it is
very important for our federal government to completely
investigate Dr. Yull Brown's accomplishments in this area."
On August 6, 1992, almost a year after the Chinese nuclear report,
Prof. Yull Brown made a special demonstration to a team of 5 San
Francisco field office observers from the United States Department
of Energy, at the request of the Hon. Berkeley Bedell.
Cobalt 60 was treated and resulted in a drop of Geiger readings
from 1,000 counts to 40 -- resulting in radioactive waste residue
of about 0.04 of the original level. Apprehensive that
somehow the radioactivity might have been dispersed into the
ambient environment, the official requested the California
Department of Health Services to inspect the premises. The health
services crew found no radioactivity in the air resulting from
this demonstration nor from another repeat demonstration held for
This sequence of experiments was monitored by the Hon. Daniel
Haley, the legislator who established the forerunner New York
State Energy Research and Development Agency.
Other demonstrations, measured with under more sophisticated
protocol and instrumentation have been made before Japanese
nuclear experts, including four scientists from Toshiba and Mitsui
(Cobalt 60 of 24,000 mR/hr with one treatment to 12,000 mR/hr).
The Japanese scientists were so excited by what they saw that they
immediately purchased a generator and air shipped it to
Japan. They sent Prof. Brown a confidential report of some
of their results. Subsequently, they tried to obtain addition
Brown's Gas generators directly from the People's Republic of
Prof. Brown first successfully de-radioactivated radionuclides of
Cobalt 60 in his laboratory in Sydney, Australia with first
experimental results of about 50%. He believes the ratio should
improve with further research and development -- which
understandably by the very nature of the materials, can only be
conducted under regulated conditions.