A booming segment of the Perpetual Motion Machine industry is capitalizing on the hype over the "Hydrogen Economy" with claims to produce Hydrogen for impossibly low cost.


Alternate Energy Files Most Hyperbolic Lawsuit Ever

OK, Alternate Energy Corporation vs Russell Rothman might not be the most hyperbolic suit ever, but it includes some extravagant claims such as:
Finally, the technology does not actually work. Rothman represented that by implementation of the technology, plaintiff could effectively produce Hydrogen gas. This representation was completely false, and known to be false by the defendant, as the technology does not and cannot produce Hydrogen gas.

Well maybe Rothman's process is not effective for some applications, and I've always complained that the cost claims AEC made for Rothman's process were incorrect. But it's goofy to make an unqualified claim that Rothman's process does not produce Hydrogen. Alternate Energy has several press releases discussing tests they ran using Rothman's process to produce Hydrogen, powering the Astris golf cart in 2003-09, and tested for purity by Maxxam Analytics, and performing well in flow rate tests in 2003-08. If the process does not and cannot produce Hydrogen, wouldn't the flow rate be zero?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks John,

You saved me a lot of money by steering me away from this joke early on. I called the company and spoke with Shawn Froats back in 2004 and he couldn't answer simple questions. That spoke volumes about this scam.


November 08, 2005 11:28 AM

Blogger frway said...

John you would sell your mother as a whore!!

November 09, 2005 9:51 AM


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