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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #32 on: June 21, 2009, 23:06:39 pm »
thanks for the patent..

this is kinda off topic... but im tryiing to relate 2 views of physics as one (fractal dualitys?)check out this video... it is a very good 2012 video with the explanation of whats going to occur... i think we may be able to closely relate it to what we are learning... about cycles... but to really step outside the box  try to relate it to atoms.. and what happens to them when they are pulsed... earth has one strong pulse every 26,000 years... it has 13 phases.. we know them as ages as well as the zodiac signs. people think there are only 12 zodiacs but that is false there is one called ophiuchus...it is the only one related to a man and he is considered the serpent holder.. he is between sagitarius and sqorpio.   these ages we go through are around 2000 years a piece.. resulting in figure of 26,000 years since 13 x 2000= 26,000... well imagine this.. our moon circles our earth.. our moon and earth circle our sun,, our sun moon and earth circle in our milky way.. and our milky way most likely circles around somthing up to our universe proble circles around somthing... 2012 is when we are passing through the galactic center of the  milky way at the exact time as the sun and are on the same plane.. the eliptic plain aka galactic center is like the 0 volt line in our milky way... picture a clock having the plain crossing at 9 and 3 o clock.(horizontal)   we know the bottom half of that clock in electronic cycle definition would be in negative polarity. the top half would be positive..  imagine our sun and planetary system our located at the tip of the second hand.  and traveling clock wise.... at 2012 it marks the 26,000 year (1 cycle) point.. well this point is at 9 oclock on the scope.. so you see it is a time for a new cycle and new begining and it can as well be called the end.... we are ones lucky enough be apart of what we have to come... which should be the golden ages. 


http://100musicalfootsteps.wordpress.com/2009/05/14/2012-fact-or-fraud/

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #33 on: June 25, 2009, 15:10:31 pm »
ever seen this pic?

unreadable label
"DA ----- [?]
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Votage Intensifier Circuit"

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« Reply #34 on: June 25, 2009, 19:41:24 pm »
That appears to be the Gas Processor to me....the label reads...

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #35 on: June 25, 2009, 21:41:08 pm »
yea i think its a weird wfc design because it is bolted to the hydrogen fracturing gun in one pic i have seen.. you would think the hydrogen gas gun would be the gas processing part???

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #36 on: June 25, 2009, 22:04:03 pm »
hi that was quick
   well I am progressing slowly with the "Oz Injector" or better name   'energy conversion unit'  this will if successes full will see if some of Langmuir work will actually do some thing.
  well if the 'discovery' can go into orbit on water why do they disbelieve what I and others are trying to do.  after all the 'Oz Injector'  could have a pressure of up to 3tons a square inch.  and after all that is all it really will be.
time will tell.
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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #37 on: June 25, 2009, 22:22:12 pm »
meyer fantasy?

What do you all think of the components lying around the cavity?
magnet? ultrasonic resonator?
This text was added by thebuzz, he thought it was used for cavitation, but since this is the air processor, and cavitation happens in water, its function isn't intended for cavitation.
Maybe Dynodon can locate this thing.

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #38 on: March 21, 2013, 19:23:11 pm »
Be careful, this process creates a plethora of "soft x-rays", inside of a grounded engine would produce no ill-effects as the engine shields...however, messing with it unshielded is dangerous.

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #39 on: March 21, 2013, 20:54:10 pm »
hmmm lasers? so you wanna crack H2 ? where are you going to get H2 from? why not crack N2?