Make Fire With Water, Electricity
This Aqueon Fireplace, from Heat and Glo separates water into hydrogen and oxygen, and then burns them. Because the hydrogen burns cleanly (unlike, say wood or gas), there’s no need to ventilate. As if you needed more proof that science trumps idiocy.
I look forward to having six hydrogen burners in my stove. Because that would be cool. (Or hot?) And not require any gas pipelines or storage tanks. (Private to patent attorneys claiming newness and non-obviousness: haha!)