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    Re: How the gCell works (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Thursday, November 06, 2003 @ 11:53:32 EST
    Dude, you are forgetting ONE POSSIBILITY!

    GWE has stated they are using a catalyist of some kind that helps the water break apart into hydrogen and oxygen with minimal energy.

    Could they be using a catalyst that *is* slowly degraded, but is actually a catalyst and NOT being "burnt up" so to speak chemically?

    I think there is a difference between being "burnt" and being "used up" as a catalyst.

    If they have found a catalyst that is efficent enough to last for 20 years in an edison device it seems to me that it MUST be some sort of catalyst and not just being "burnt".

    Is this possible?

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    Re: How the gCell works (Score: 1)
    by MOTSB on Thursday, November 06, 2003 @ 11:59:51 EST
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    This is exactly the kind of criticism that I think that the potential licensees need to hear. Tests like these should only strengthen the lincensee's confidence in his own model unit and therefore assist GWE greatly by boosting consumer confidence.....or do you have something else in mind to negate risk/concerns of individuals and institutions in an investment of this type. What kind of liability do you take for a subgrade "production and/or performance" of the retail product to the public? Where is this employment resource building that houses all of the 4500 employees in the Boise area? Have they broken ground on that yet. I would think that something that size would be hard to miss....but what do I know? I'm just the man on the street in boise..

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