http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEdQRVQtffw Been doing alot of learning about cracking water and how it will greatly improved gas milage in cars(is proven with the right setup) Scientist have proven it only takes 2 volts to crack water(high amps) and that keeps the heat to a min.. Got me thinking alot about storing only hydrogen(negative side) in tanks outside but my only ? is that you "wet cell" would have to be able to handle whatever pressure you were pushing into a tank or many tanks at that. There would be no way to pump in pure hydrogen(not oxyhydrogen) for storage without adding regular air from the pump? Compressors are supposely to sloppy being that hydrogen is the smallest molecule.. Thoughts?