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Re: Dutch government denies HHO technology
« Reply #8 on: July 25, 2009, 16:55:18 pm »
so you can run an ice on water alone?

There was no petrol involved, yes.
and no battery being drained? wow!!! is there any more information on this forum about it?

Hohoho...dont get too excited. It was powerd by the wandoutlet...
Pulling amps from there.
But yes, i think it can be made to a 12V system and run from the car electrical system.
And i even think it it possible to make it selfsustaining.
But that costs money and time......

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Re: Dutch government denies HHO technology
« Reply #9 on: July 25, 2009, 17:57:21 pm »
Go for the self sustaining closed loop system, if you want the fame and attention :) (and investors)

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Re: Dutch government denies HHO technology
« Reply #10 on: July 25, 2009, 19:22:19 pm »
One advice to you Steve, get some university involved, get third party confirmation, make a professional presentation.
Why do I know this? Well I have done it and am doing it...
Another advice to you, learn what office's you need to talk to and find the RIGHT people in those office's

It's all about presentation, presentation, presentation.......

And if I'm not wrong Hyrdocars is already driving around with the wind in his hair as he said, one hell of a presentation if you ask me  ;D

Sorry Steve could not resist to mention the last part  :D

Anyway good luck

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Re: Dutch government denies HHO technology
« Reply #11 on: July 25, 2009, 22:09:14 pm »
One advice to you Steve, get some university involved, get third party confirmation, make a professional presentation.
Why do I know this? Well I have done it and am doing it...
Another advice to you, learn what office's you need to talk to and find the RIGHT people in those office's

It's all about presentation, presentation, presentation.......

And if I'm not wrong Hyrdocars is already driving around with the wind in his hair as he said, one hell of a presentation if you ask me  ;D

Sorry Steve could not resist to mention the last part  :D

Anyway good luck

Mr H2inICE

Thanks for the advise.
I have such tools already. I started with that for 3 months ago. I just hoped that the government also would be involved.....

Steve

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Re: Dutch government denies HHO technology
« Reply #12 on: July 25, 2009, 22:12:22 pm »
Well in the end it would be government money after all Stevie....

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Re: Dutch government denies HHO technology
« Reply #13 on: July 25, 2009, 22:12:26 pm »
I just removed some fighting posts from my own project section... :-\

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Re: Dutch government denies HHO technology
« Reply #14 on: July 26, 2009, 03:05:42 am »
Stan Meyer once said that it would have to be up to the public to get the technology in.  Not the governments of this world.  I believe he was right.  People don't always consider why the governments of the world would be against this technology until they examine how our government makes its money.

I realize that so many inventors are gung ho over getting patent protection while overlooking the entity that awards and records the actual patents.  When you apply for a patent, the wait is roughly around one year before they are even reviewed from what I’m told.  Because you are dealing with the government, other government agencies are at liberty to secretly examine your invention for things such as military viability in which case they may cause your patent to be considered a matter of national security – like they did with anti-gravity inventions - and become classified information so enemy countries can not use your new technology against the U.S. as a military weapon.  This classification also gets abused too.  Mostly because if Americans dropped oil and started using water as a fuel, it’s not just the “big oil” and their lobbyist that would go completely bankrupt.  Our government would lose billions of dollars in tax revenues it counts on to balance its budget and pay for new road construction and maintenance.  They also realize if they try to shift the current oil taxes onto water, the people will revolt as water is a necessity of life and if we pay $3 a gallon for water, many poor people will die of thirst.

What makes Meyer technology even more threatening to “big oil” and our federal government is Stanley claimed his cell could run on salt water or rain water.  How would you tax that?  You would have to guard the beaches and lakes so nobody filled up a container to use free water to make fuel and possible drinking water – as Meyer claimed the byproduct was fresh water – so enforcement of the water tax would be harder to enforce than the current oil/gasoline taxes.

Open source efforts are the only way to go in this particular case because I highly doubt the U.S. government will allow it – Meyer WFC technology - to become available to the general public for the previous reasons I’ve stated.  Once the genie is out of the bottle through open sourced efforts, good luck getting the genie back into the bottle and trying to erase the technology completely.  Our government found out the hard way this exact lesson with nuclear energy.  Now that it’s out, even the Koreans have it and now maybe the Iranians.

My job is to get the genie out of the bottle and let all the governments and rich oil greedy pigs try to figure out how they are going to get the genie back into its bottle and erase all the evidence.  Then after they figure out they can't erase the technology or stop it, I am curious as to what they will do with their double hull super tanker oil cargo ships, their oil refineries, their off-shore oil drilling rigs and their gas stations.

Mina.   

Meyer’s patent for his fuel cell expired in 2007 anyways and is now considered public domain, if I am correct.  I am only using the Meyer patent for clues and take nothing in there for gospel except SS electrodes, tap water and DC voltage.  The rest is experimental.

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Re: Dutch government denies HHO technology
« Reply #15 on: July 26, 2009, 03:32:28 am »
Hey there Mina, so you are going to do the funding I need then?

I have nothing against your dreams Mina, but I'm sure you understand that there is only so much one can do with private fundings, fortunately for us the times are changing and even the oil companies are out there looking for new ways to get energy.
Also I have nothing against open source, the only problem I have with that is how that is going to bring food on the table for me and my family, are you going to pay for that too?

At some point you need to trust your government and universities, if not you lost before you even started.

What Stevie is doing now is good, I'm sure he need the funding to get moving too, I'm sure he need food on the table...

I like your dream Mina, I just can't eat a dream, I can't keep warm in the winter with your dream....

Mr H2inICE