Hydrogen fuel may very well be the energy source of the future. And as you cannot feasibly power an 18 wheeler 50 ton truck up a mountain using battery power, internal combustion engines are here to stay, with or without oil. Hydrogen, as a fuel source can meet that need. It is simply just a question of time. When this company achieves the 1.5 volts, this will truly be a clean revolutionary renewable source of energy, in my opinion.
It takes a lot of electricity to split a liter of water into hydrogen and oxygen. And, the electrolysis process is expensive using conventional power systems. The new process being developed by HYSR should more than compensate for the cost of the high rate of wattage needed and it can also use any kind of water it seems.
The more shares available to trade, the better the stock price. A couple of years ago yahoo had the institutional ownership at 27%. Now look where it is at. It is obvious the institutions are buying this and it will go up when they own about 90 to 95 percent of the stock,IMO.
Another way to politely call someone a liar. It seems the scientific community would prefer to herald their facts over someone's personal experience, (which is essentially a fact), considering the serious emergency nature of spinal injury. There are many people who have spinal injuries that are hoping for some light at the end of the tunnel. And I hope the management team at NVIV is not going to 'Rat Drip' (one drop at a time) this important info out to those who are in need of this treatment. But, we will see.
So, does this procedure work or not? Evidence seems to indicate that it does. So, I will go with a very hopeful yes for all of those who have lost their control and movement from spinal injuries. One thing, I believe and that is if Jordan begins to walk, then we will all know.
An important factor here is not only was there a spinal injury, but there was a lengthy operation also necessitating a challenging recovery. So, in support of this thread, to have any recovery at all is a good thing.
It is commonly known that by consuming anything alkaline, the blood will convert it to an acid. Alkaline consumption is not good for the human body according to my studies. The body likes to maintain itself at 7.2 pH, and this can only be accomplished by consuming acids. So, what is the theory behind drinking alkaline water and what are the health benefits to be gained?