Too Cool. I had a Victor 441 single cylinder and it used to make more noise than an afterburner when I disconnected the muffler.
I had a 400 Pontiac with Big Daddy glasspacks all the way out the back, that thing would rattle the windows at the cop shop!
Not a scam. But they do need to do a better job of demonstrating the technology. No more PRs. Instead hold a press conference, and actually demonstrate the technology. Go to trade shows. Meet with investors. Create a you tube video. Something!
they need to demonstrate the technology to investors and the world. Go to trade shows, etc.!!
Sheesh, Enough with the press releases. Start marketing
I do not believe this to be a scam. It's like calling Edison's attempt at perfecting a light bulb a scam. He and his dozen or so muckers spent much time and energy to perfect something that would change the world. The same thing is happening here. So shells, try and be more understanding.
HyperSolar, Inc. (OTCQB: HYSR), the developer of a breakthrough technology to produce renewable hydrogen using sunlight and any source of water, today announced that it recently developed an inexpensive photocatalyst that will improve overall performance. Test results indicate that this low cost catalyst will reduce overall voltage requirements, significantly increase photocurrents, improve hydrogen production efficiency, and further reduce the cost of the Company's hydrogen production process.
Having recently surpassed the 1.5 Volt threshold needed to produce hydrogen in commercially viable real world applications, the Company has turned its attention to increasing photocurrent and production efficiency that it believes will drive down overall system costs. In December 2015, the University of Iowa led by Dr. Syed Mubeen Hussaini identified a sulfide-based photocatalyst comprised of an earth abundant, non-toxic cheap material that it believed would rival platinum, a well-known catalyst material. The preliminary data following a series of laboratory tests indicates success in meeting these objectives.
The ramifications of this breakthrough are significant, particularly the solar-to-hydrogen conversion efficiency. Historically, the key commercial barrier to renewable-produced (solar and wind) hydrogen fuel has been the expense of various system components. HyperSolar believes the initial successes of utilizing this earth abundant photocatalyst clearly demonstrates its potential to compete with platinum, therefore significant reducing overall system cost.
"We are pleased to make another technology announcement that we believe separates HyperSolar technology from other renewable hydrogen production concepts on the market," said Tim Young, CEO of HyperSolar. "The challenge facing widespread hydrogen fuel adoption has always surrounded both cost and scalability. While we have achieved high voltage, and now high current, we must improve the long-term stability of bonding