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This profile was last updated on 1/19/10  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

  • Consulting Chemist
    Aesop Institute
Web References
Pacheco Story | Pacheco Hydrogen Generator | Pacheco | Hydrogen Generator | Hydrogen | Water Power | Run Your Car On Water
www.pachecogenerator.com, 19 Jan 2010 [cached]
Nan Waters, a consulting chemist with the Aesop Institute analyzed the generator and wrote the following report. 'I have read the literature relating to Pacheco's hydrogen generator. In my opinion, there is no reason why it ought not work as described. Basically, he has combined in one device three very simple chemical principles; a) The use of active metals to produce hydrogen from water, b) The differing electrical potential of two metals to produce an electrical current, c) The use of electrical current to produce hydrogen from water by electrolysis.
FEVj - Pacheco Generator
www.FEVj.org, 1 June 1989 [cached]
Nan Waters, a consulting chemist with the Aesop Institute analyzed the generator and wrote the following report. 'I have read the literature relating to Pacheco's hydrogen generator. In my opinion, there is no reason why it ought not work as described. Basically, he has combined in one device three very simple chemical principles; a) The use of active metals to produce hydrogen from water, b) The differing electrical potential of two metals to produce an electrical current, c) The use of electrical current to produce hydrogen from water by electrolysis.
Francisco Pacheco: Hydrogen Generator -- article & patent
www.rexresearch.com, 19 Jan 2008 [cached]
Nan Waters, a consulting chemist with the Aesop Institute analyzed the generator and wrote the following report.
I have read the literature relating to Pacheco´s hydrogen generator.In my opinion, there is no reason why it ought not work as described.Basically, he has combined in one device three very simple chemical principles; a) The use of active metals to produce hydrogen from water, b) The differing electrical potential of two metals to produce an electrical current, c) The use of electrical current to produce hydrogen from water by electrolysis.
pacheco
www.mothersalert.org, 1 June 1989 [cached]
Nan Waters , a consulting chemist with the Aesop Institute analyzed the generator and wrote the following report.
I have read the literature relating to Pacheco´s hydrogen generator.In my opinion , there is no reason why it ought not work as described.Basically , he has combined in one device three very simple chemical principles ; a ) The use of active metals to produce hydrogen from water , b ) The differing electrical potential of two metals to produce an electrical current , c ) The use of electrical current to produce hydrogen from water by electrolysis.All the ideas are well known ; they simply havn´t been put together this way before.Its So simple as to be elegant..
FEVj - Pacheco Generator
www.fuel-efficient-vehicles.org, 1 June 1989 [cached]
Nan Waters, a consulting chemist with the Aesop Institute analyzed the generator and wrote the following report.
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