This paper reports progress in an experimental investigation, started
Hathaway laboratory in 1994, dealing with the liberation of intermolecular
bond energy from ordinary water by means of an arc discharge. Photographic
evidence of fog generation and explosion during the arcing period is included.
A new fog accelerator is described and a table of results of the kinetic
of fog jets is provided. A renewable water energy cycle is outlined. The
kinetic energy has been found to be greater than the difference between
capacitor input energy and the heat losses. Given energy conservation,
external energy input that can account for the fog kinetic energy is solar
from the atmosphere.