Special Electrolysis Notes - Vibration
I am not proposing forcing water to vibrate differently by using high amperage electricity or waves, although you're getting closer.
I am proposing using the entrainment principle to force water to vibrate differently by using electricity that is at a certain Hz.
H2O and HHO vibrate at different frequencies. If you get H2O to vibrate at HHO's frequency, it will turn into HHO.
Since two waves in the same place use up energy if they vibrate at slightly different frequencies, we can 'nudge' or push or repel the vibration of H2O using a certain Hz of electron. This does not require significant amperage, and the main source of power shell increment comes from this vibrational resistance and not from high amperage.
The energy transferred to the H2O molecule to turn it into HHO appears to come mostly from vibrational resistance between these two waves, and not from transferrance of amperage from electrons to molecules. The amperage of the electrons does not materially support their vibration level.