The capacity of harnessing the energy potential of water has eluded many scientists. When the bonds of oxygen and hydrogen are broken through electrolysis, it creates unstable gases. Simply put, oxygen and hydrogen will not bind without a reaction that converts back to liquid water.
A non-electrolysis process has been discovered. It involves a magnetized reactor cell that adds electrons to liquid water so that the clusters of water molecules repel. What results is liquid water that converts into a stable electron-rich gas (without molecular bond breakage). The gas is breathable and can be infused into other liquids to raise the oxygen-reduction potential (ORP).