19 October 2020
- Last edited 19 October 2020
Hello, new to this forum, a friend pointed me and I decided to register. I wanted to ask if anyone In this thread knows about the vibrating vane system of Ryushin Omasa in Japan. His invention is a mechanical vibrating machine that creates cavitation and stirring, basically the same that ultrasound does, and he uses it during electrolysis of water, creating a gas with a high proportion of the denser than air “charged clusters of gaseous water”. He calls his version of HHO, OHMASA gas. He also uses the vibrating system without electrolysis to induce elemental transmutation in aqueous solutions of salts of Copper, Calcium, Magnesium and Cesium. He obtains a greater amount of the transmutation effect when using palladium plated fins in his stirrer, and also when adding D2O to the solution. He has also used Tritium water and the results are even more impressive. I contend that Omasa’s system is mostly based on the cavitation effect of his system, which vibrates at less than 1 KHz, and Similar results can be achieved With ultrasound. The transmutation effect of the OHMASA gas “Flame” itself is also postulated and there’s evidence of it. There’s a lot of material from a visit of a team to Omasa’s factory in June 2019, you can get started here:
A month later this other person visited Omasa also.
Hope you find this interesting and let me know what you think.