WOW! This is simply and utterly AMAZING!!!
Unfortunately, what is amazing is how totally wrong he is about absolutely everything. He hasn't invented anything new, he has reinvented the microwave oven that has been a staple in Seven-Elevens forever and was first introduced as a consumer item as the Amana RadarRange in 1970 or so. He is just producing a more focused microwave beam than a microwave oven, so a small volume of water is getting heated to a high temperature instead of a large volume of water getting heated moderately. There is no electrolysis going on, none at all.
Instead of electrolyzing water, he is pumping a bucketload of energy into it, raising the temperature "to 1500 C" (certainly possible here), producing superheated steam at the surface of the water. The escaping steam carries dissolved ions in it, and at 1500 C (or actually quite a few degrees lower), metal atoms in particular emit visible light: sodium: yellow, potassium and calcium: red, etc. So it's easy to get a yellow-orange "flame" which is not a flame at all. If he really had found a way to electrolyze, then burn salt water, then putting his hand into the microwaves would catch it on fire quickly. After all, what is blood? Salt water with some other junk (cells, proteins, cholesterol) floating in it. (By the way, when hydrogen burns, it produces a very faint bluish flame, not yellow-orange.)
He inadvertently showed his total lack of scientific knowledge when he said that "[water] is the most abundant element in the world." He doesn't have the slightest idea of what an element is. And, whoever APV Polymer is, I wouldn't trust them with my polymers (after all, polymers are chemicals, too), they are equally clueless.
Bad show all around.
The only redeemable point is that microwave heating to run a Stirling engine is quite possibly still more efficient than an ICE (I could be wrong here, I'm too lazy to figure up the numbers but we all know that an ICE is incredibly wasteful), considering that we're all using electrical energy for better efficiency in our vehicles, but that is just coincidence in this TV "news" drivel.
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