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Re: Adding your Location, Read Me
« Reply #8 on: May 16, 2011, 21:54:25 pm »
Hi Donald,
Thank you for taking the time to explain all that for me. Glad you did not use technical descriptions but words that even a Norwegian like me can understand. From the video at Stan's workshop, his invention looked just like an electrolysis, but you say that it is not? Someplace I so that Stan was told that his system could not work because it was not possible to take out or produce more energy than you are putting in. Stan said that they was wrong, and I guess he proved it too. For me this is really complicated  and I am glad for all the information you gave me. My knowledge about the electronic with resistors and all that stuff is to little.
I was really hoping that somebody had found out how Stan did it. I have also read that it is a few other guys that have their car running on hydrogen that are produced while they are driving. Don't know if it works the same way as Stan's invention or if it something different. I think one of them was located in Australia or New Zealand. I also read about a man in the Philippines that also run his car on hydrogen only. Do you know anything about that??? Or do you know about They claimed that that they have somebody that have the solution how to produce enough hydrogen on board to run your car. As I understand they are looking for a way to release it safely. I have been in contact with them.

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« Reply #9 on: May 19, 2011, 19:27:00 pm »

Thank you for your information and comments. If we knew how Stan could make so much hydrogen in so short time, the whole problem would have been solved, right??
I wold really like to know if anybody in ionizationx  here have made any fuel cells (Hydrogen generators) that will produce a good amount of Hydrogen. I have only made a few different ones with 316 st.steel plates. My experience from them is that more plates don't make more hydrogen with the same amperage. I also find out that with 1/8" plates I get more production than with thin .0030 plates. So my best one now have a mix of thin and thick plates. It take some time to make all of this, so I would appreciate to hear from somebody that have made some different experiments. I have not yet made any dry cells that seem to be popular on the internet, and I have not tried to make the kind that Stan Meier made with tubing. I don't know if it make much different? Any way the one in Stan's video will take a lot of space.

Hi Bjorn,

I am just like you on this matter.

To shorten your learning experience, I'll tell you my experience and hope we can learn from each other.

Study the structure of water of water first. It would make your experiments less costly. i made a mistake in skipping this and went directly to hydrogen.

As I said in another post, flat plates are inefficient. Learn from nature.

There are a lot of information in the internet which are very valuable and applicable to your experiments and people treat them as non-essential. The technology for water dissociation is already here, it's only a matter of time.

You'll see a lot of video from people making good gas production but they normally don't tell you that they use electrolytes. Look, plants produce hydrogen without electrolyte, that's what I understand from photolysis.