I finally got a chance to see the video in question. Seems like these reporters are being taken in, and don't seem to notice that the energy being produced by the flame must be less than the energy the radio transmitter uses. This must be the case - otherwise he'd have a perpetual motion machine, which is impossible. I see this as a neat demonstration of a technique to separate water into hydrogen and oxygen. Could be of use as companies such as BMW look at possibly building hydrogen powered cars. If it's more efficient than the standard method of electrolysis that would be great, but none of the reporters asks that question.