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« Reply #8 on: July 01, 2010, 19:51:11 pm »
Tony Woodside , how do you expect to reach OU when the amplifier device will waste 30% as heat , thats in the best case . How are you going to build an AM generator and couple it to the cell via a transformer , its easy to just click and click set am generator at 1000 volts 0 degrees and voila ....

So far you have ignored my question so I will ignore this post in the future.

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« Reply #9 on: July 01, 2010, 21:42:56 pm »
If you look at Stan's circuits you will notice that his whole system is a type of AM transmitter. Study some communication circuits and you will see some of the same components as in Stan's circuits. The PLL circuit itself is modulating the frequencies. What Q did you ask that I ignored, maybe I can answer it for you?

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« Reply #10 on: July 01, 2010, 21:58:05 pm »
So my theory is that Meyer's combined the two technologies into one.  He used Puharich's AM waveforms and frequencies combined with Voltage Potential to increase the water splitting efficiency and to yield higher gas production.

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« Reply #11 on: July 01, 2010, 22:28:12 pm »
I have already confirmed with Tony the appearance of the 3980 Hz frequency activity in my 8XA set up.

Donald,
 
Can you please be more specific?
What do you mean with your confirmation of the 3980hz frequency?
Did you spot an increase of production?
 
Steve


Sorry Steve, it wasn't the 8XA circuit, it was my latest VIC. Watch this video carefully and you will always see the biggest spike when it tunes into 3980 Hz.
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« Reply #12 on: July 02, 2010, 06:50:12 am »
Wow dankie you change teams more often then a 5 year old goes through girlfriends... You were advocating Stephen not too long ago as the real genius and now there is a 50/50 chance of him being a fraud...
 
I believe what dankie is trying to say with his post/s is that he cannot see how you can do it with the energy losses of conventionally availble parts for your application?
 
IF you can do it with frequency modulation you would need some seriousmodulation. This brings back memories of the harmonic atomizer people were playing with not to long ago...
 
Another point (this is from memory also) is that Puharich's work was to do with disolving clots in the brain, so i highly doubt that he was using tubes, more than likely probes (IMO) hence the water droplet tests.
 
You might be able to reduce your losses if you can be more specific with what you want. As there are large amount of losses with conventional AM modulators they also need to cover a large range of modulation. If you want to hit it with certain frequencies you "may" be able to reduce on those losses. First of all though you might want to take some baby steps and see if it can be done before working on your efficientcy.
 
As a side note the dielectric breakdown point of water with a thickness of 14mm is about 45kv. You would need marginally less if you just wanted to "strees" the molecule i guess.
Modulating 45kv will be difficult, modulating the ampere would be more dangerous than difficult i would think.
 
Either or, you reasearch is of great interest, to me atleast and i would greatly appreciate your on-going update, whether bad or good :)
 

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« Reply #13 on: July 02, 2010, 07:17:32 am »
Yea I understand why some would be skeptic when it comes to something of such magnitude.   All of my research has lead me from Meyer to Puharich and back to Meyer.  Both of there systems are have too many similarities to be ignored.  I think this is why Meyer wouldn't let anyone test his system because they would see that he was doing the same as Puharich but with a twist.  Maybe he had fears of loosing his patent rights if this came out, I don't know, just my theory. 

Below is a simulation of the 8XA circuit using two frequencies instead of one. Look closely at the outputs, they look like AM too me and are very similar to the waveform of Meyer's that I have pictured in the above photos.  The frequencies I'm using in this simulation are based on Puharich's modulation index of 0.85.  I'm taking 3980 Hz and indexing it to 3383 Hz, so these are the two frequencies I'm feeding through an AND gate IC and then through a 7404 inverter IC and on to the optocoupler.


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« Reply #14 on: July 02, 2010, 09:04:35 am »
Hi Tony, how do you know that the waveforms you posted below are actualy Meyer`s ?
 
The pictures below are Stan Meyer's waveforms you be the judge to if he was copying Puharich's work!!!

The above photo is the waveform generated by Stan Meyer's actual plate cell setup (8XA circuit).


The above photo is a frequency analysis of the waveform.


This is my representation of Stan's waveform as it is Amplitude Modulated over a 3 sec. period.



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Re: What I Think Stan is Doing
« Reply #15 on: July 02, 2010, 09:39:21 am »
I have already confirmed with Tony the appearance of the 3980 Hz frequency activity in my 8XA set up.

Donald,
 
Can you please be more specific?
What do you mean with your confirmation of the 3980hz frequency?
Did you spot an increase of production?
 
Steve


Sorry Steve, it wasn't the 8XA circuit, it was my latest VIC. Watch this video carefully and you will always see the biggest spike when it tunes into 3980 Hz.
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Donald,
 
Then the frequency peak we see on your analyser (very nice btw) is a comby of all components and could not have anything to do with water frequencys.
Am i right?
 
Steve