Water, Steam, Plant Life

When water is passed through the Atom Exciter Energy Field, no steam is seen.  It appears to separate the water into its components parts, hydrogen and oxygen. 

When passed through the Atom Exciter Energy Field, steam is ignited and combusts.  It could be used for combustion engines in a different way than steam engines presently known.  This has potential applications that have yet to be realized.  It may be so explosive that it will blow out the energy field. 

We put leaves from plant life into the Atom Exciter Energy Field to see if we could turn it into hydrogen.  We discovered that a mixture of argon and helium together caused the plant life to turn into hydrogen gas and it exploded because helium and hydrogen do not mix.  It would cause it to ignite and combust.  It takes a lot of energy to turn plant life into hydrogen.