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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #32 on: July 21, 2011, 16:16:49 pm »
I'm thinking about 'side bands' and center frequency.
The L2 choke has opposite phase of L1 and can be adjusted to give a proper side bands to set resonance of the protons and electrons.
There is a resonance in the side bands at GHz frequencies...

Also what about the air-gap of the resonant cell? Puharich talks about 22.3GHz(wave length water resonance) found 20..40GHz EM in the sidebands and talks about 14mm gap. Thats full wavelength so 1/4 wavelength has still 3.36mm air-gap???
Did SM used a harmonic?

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #33 on: July 21, 2011, 17:30:17 pm »
Variable inductor-----Possibly to match the resistance of the water between the tube sets to the inductor.

not really...think about it guys...u need to know about an inductor and capacitor being used together, what does it form?




How can you multiply the energy?


Why a pair of coils?


Don't wait for magic it wont come. If you don't understand why the things are there, you'll never get it.


Is not only about resonating at a particular frequency...   


It has to do with many other things...


i won't give a clue


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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #34 on: July 21, 2011, 18:50:15 pm »
a once interesting board is now populated by off-putting comments and superior acting quizes.....

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when someone here has demonstrated the avalanche effect then they can effectively act the part and be recognized, until then you guys are coming off as know it alls.... 

sheeshhh

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #35 on: July 21, 2011, 18:58:06 pm »
KB, i totally agree with you, this is becoming a non-productive i know something you don't know discussion ...

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #36 on: July 21, 2011, 19:06:53 pm »
If I tell you straight out what it does, then you have learned NOTHING. You need to learn the technology in order to replicate it. That's why nobody has been able to successfully replicate this technology, cuz they don't understand it. This technology involves a lot more physics than electronics know how. The electronics only generate the signals...the physics will tell you what signals to generate. So you need to know this!

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« Reply #37 on: July 21, 2011, 19:12:59 pm »
give me a break, you don't know how I learn and your attitude is something I'm familiar with....

I took up this meyer thing up four years ago to learn electronics, something I always wanted to know more about, simple as that, I used it as a vehicle of sorts....

it has been said that the genius Einstein was a brilliant man yet he could not speak spanish, even the little kids in mexico know spanish and speak it well, to them he is a bit slow, however,  I don't believe they would suggest he learn it in the fashion you proscribe for some of us who ask a question or two

sheesh again

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #38 on: July 21, 2011, 19:14:10 pm »
I'm thinking about 'side bands' and center frequency.
The L2 choke has opposite phase of L1 and can be adjusted to give a proper side bands to set resonance of the protons and electrons.
There is a resonance in the side bands at GHz frequencies...

Also what about the air-gap of the resonant cell? Puharich talks about 22.3GHz(wave length water resonance) found 20..40GHz EM in the sidebands and talks about 14mm gap. Thats full wavelength so 1/4 wavelength has still 3.36mm air-gap???
Did SM used a harmonic?

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Yes, Stan used harmonics. You are getting very close to what I'm looking for :) Do you know why Stan had to make the L2 choke out of phase?

Yeah Puharich's cell was 9" long and had a gap of 14mm....Stan's resonant cavity tubes had an effective capacitance length of 2.5" and a gap of 2.413mm.

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #39 on: July 21, 2011, 19:19:13 pm »
give me a break, you don't know how I learn and your attitude is something I'm familiar with....

I took up this meyer thing up four years ago to learn electronics, something I always wanted to know more about, simple as that, I used it as a vehicle of sorts....

it has been said that the genius Einstein was a brilliant man yet he could not speak spanish, even the little kids in mexico know spanish and speak it well, to them he is a bit slow, however,  I don't believe they would suggest he learn it in the fashion you proscribe for some of us who ask a question or two

sheesh again

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Why all the attitude? I'm just wanting people to understand this stuff. I didn't see this kind of attitude when DynoDon questioned people on the Gate pulsing circuit. He just wanted people to learn. I am doing the same. I could have very well kept my mouth shut and never said anything about this discovery that I made and another 4 years would pass and there would still be no success of the WFC tech.