TR Knudtson

Below is a quote from the “The Fukushima Cleanup Effort” Facebook group, not written by me. You can find it here https://www.facebook.com/groups/391748190893768/:

Quote 1:

Credit where credit is due…Knute taught Yule Brown much of what Brown knew about Hydroxy.

 

Knute rediscovered what the ancients knew about water. In 1967 by stumbling upon it, while making a Bowie knife for a project, while making his own steel. Since he rediscovered it, he got to name it. He first called it Rainbow Fuel, then later Hydroxy.

 


Yule Brown

Watch Knute talk here:

 

 

Quote 2:

 

The “P-7″ are the Prometheus 7: “A Team of tireless explorers. A team of honest, truth seeking men from several walks of life .

Their hearts were set on discovering the underlying nature of Water. Not just water as a liquid, or as a refreshing, replenishing, life giving substance.

Their discoveries were of an even more profound nature. For they had found inroads to the very power of our Sun’s heat, they had found the very essence of the hidden fire and electricity that water contains within itself.

They knew of Michael Faraday’s research into electrochemistry and electrolysis. That knowledge had led them to their consequent adaptations which as you will soon see – gave us, humanity, a clean, an efficient, and an abundant future.

They casually called themselves “The Prometheus Seven.”

They faced many forms of prejudice from others, and many obstacles while determining as much of this as yet, largely unexplored kingdom.

Their names were:

Professor Yull Brown – Hydroxy
TR Knudtson – Hydroxy, Rainbow Fuels 1967, development of the Hydroxy steel making process using electrolysis with power sourced from PV solar cells at 12 volts
John Bockris – Electrochemistry
Christopher Bird – Secret Life of Plants
Dr. James Smith – Pyrotechnics
Stanley Meyer – Water Powered Vehicles
William A. Rhoads – Oxy Hydrogen machine, using electrolysis for jewelry crafting and glass working.

Of those Seven men, today only one remains alive.

Todd Randall Knudtson, or “Knute” as he likes to be called.

He is alive today and thankfully he and I have become very good friends.

My friend Knute has kindly offered to give us his story just as he lived it. It is that story lived for over 40 years, taken to over 65 countries back in the days before cell phones, personal computers, the internet, using travel to accomplish much of the face to face teaching he achieved in those days.

He is the last living member of the Prometheus Seven and it is an honor to have the opportunity to get the inside scoop on what Hydroxy is all about.” —photo Yull Brown and Knute


  1. February 19th, 2014 at 20:00 | #1

    Likey…

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