Breakthrough CO2 Technology Eliminates Vehicle Exhaust Fumes at the Source

From Darren Walker by email:

The system developed by Nova’s design engineers can be retrofitted to the tailpipe of the exhaust system and powered by less than 20 amps of current.
“Carbon dioxide molecules behave according to a well-known set of harmonic resonances which generate the fields that attract and bind the oxygen atoms to the central carbon atom. By subjecting the gas to intensely dissonant field effects, we are able to disrupt the spin polarity and oscillation frequencies that bind the atoms together.”
Invented by this man David Yurth:  
Coast to Coast had Yurth on a couple days ago!
Date: Sunday – November 8, 2015
Host: Richard Syrett
Guests: David YurthMichael Smith

In the first half of the program, Richard Syrett was joined by David G. Yurth, principal inventor and co-founder of Nova Institute of Technology, for a discussion on the Corona Discharge Gas Plasma Disassociation System: a compact, lightweight, low-cost energy efficient device that eradicates all exhaust fumes (related article). He explained that the breakthrough technology allows for the chemicals emitted from an internal combustion engine to be broken down at an elemental level and then re-combined into less harmful emissions. At a result, he said, “what you get out of the tail pipe is nanoparticulated carbon particles, water vapor, and elemental gasses.” Despite the revolutionary nature of this technology, he observed, it has yet to receive widespread publicity because of longstanding skepticism that such a transformative device can even be created.

“When you create a disruptive innovation, you declare war on everyone whose interest is threatened by your innovation,” Yurth said, regarding the challenge of getting the technology adopted by car companies and other industries. To that end, he specifically pointed to the ongoing agenda centered around a potential carbon emissions tax, which would be rendered obsolete due to his technology. Yurth also noted that, based on experience, the large auto manufacturers are so massive and insulated that just getting them to look at the technology is a challenge and, provided they do learn about it, there is a longstanding bias against ideas which did not originate from the industry. Nonetheless, Yurth plans to move ahead in the marketing of the technology and expects to begin obtaining investors around the middle of next year.

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