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Fiditti

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Joe Cells
« on: May 14, 2008, 13:57:58 pm »
Dear Fellow Members,

I'm a Joe Cell person and would like to make contact with some other Joe Cell folks that have their cells up and running on cars.  I have my cells running but am not sure how I want to install them into the car yet.  They are running cold finally after getting the polarity right and the proper spacers.

I am also very interested in the Stan Meyers cell also, but I only want to work on one project at a time so that I can devote all my energy to one cell and get something up and running as soon as possible.  I do understand that some secret information on the Stanley Meyers cell was recently leaked to the internet.  According to my source, he had almost figured out the Stanley Meyers cell and all his information became know to the internet somehow.  He said that I could find that information on IonizationX or Water4Fuel, but I didn't know exactly what to look for, so I was unable to locate it.   If anyone knows anything about this new information and where I may find it, I'd appreciate the information.

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Re: Joe Cells
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2008, 01:00:09 am »
dear fiditti,

I have just purchased a joe cell from joecellenergy.com, I am looking to get it running as soon as it gets here, how did you get your cell running.  also have you got your car to run on this energy alone? 

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Re: Joe Cells
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2008, 17:09:54 pm »
 I read a post once that you can’t have people around your Joe cell with negative thoughts. Negative energy effects the cell and it won’t produce. Is this true?

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Re: Joe Cells
« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2008, 05:40:25 am »
Dear karebill,

I haven't found this to be true.  My cell was making me very sick initially and I couldn't understand why.  One of my contacts in OZ finally explained to me that my polarity was off on my cell.  He said I needed to take it apart and test each tube for polarity by dowsing it for a north and south pole.  Once I dowsed my tubes, I determined that three out of seven of my tubes was aimed the wrong direction.  When I corrected the polarity and started using the right spacer material, (i.e.: pine dowels), my cell started running cold and it no longer made me sick.

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Re: Joe Cells
« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2008, 07:01:59 am »
wow, this is great information, thank you, i am sure I will ask your advice once the cell gets here.  I am not sure what spacers they use, I believe they are rubber spacers, the cells are welded shut and come with directions.  there have only been a couple of people that have had success with the kit at least that have talked about it.  also what do you mean by dowsed, and also, the tubes that are neutral are the ones that you charge magnetically?

thanks again
badnova

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Re: Joe Cells
« Reply #5 on: May 16, 2008, 13:49:23 pm »
wow, this is great information, thank you, i am sure I will ask your advice once the cell gets here.  I am not sure what spacers they use, I believe they are rubber spacers, the cells are welded shut and come with directions.  there have only been a couple of people that have had success with the kit at least that have talked about it.  also what do you mean by dowsed, and also, the tubes that are neutral are the ones that you charge magnetically?

thanks again
badnova

Dear Badnova,

Dowsing is like water witching.  In the case of dowsing, you need two 24" 1/8" copper rods.  Make sure they are both straight.  Bend them such that you have a 90 degree bend on each of them with 6" for your handle and 18" for the part of the rod that will point out in front of you.  You suspend the tube to be dowsed horizontally facing you with one of its ends.  It must be suspended via a wooden dowel out from a table or something.  Make sure there are no magnets in the room and/or any metal objects in close proximity to the tube to be dowsed.  Now, go about ten feet away from the tube to be dowsed and get your dowsing rods ready.  We call them "L" rods or dowsing rods.  They are shaped like an "L", so hence the L rod name.  Make sure the bends in the rods are at 90 degrees and the rods are straight as possible.  The rod needs to be a bare copper rod.  Just hold the rods directly in your bare hands.  Hold the 6" end and point the 18" end out infront of you.  Keep the two rods parallel to one another as you walk toward the suspended tube you're going to dowse.  Hold the rods loosely but somewhat firm so that they are pointed in the right direction parallel but still able to move freely from side to side if need be.  Walk toward the tube to be dowsed slowly.  The rods will either be repelled from the tube or attracted and cross one another.  If the rods cross, then the end of the tube facing you is the South pole.  Mark it as such with a magic marker.  The North poles will repell.    You must dowse each of the tubes.  The norths need to all be pointed up and the souths all need to be pointed down.  Each of the seams need to be lined up with one another also.  If your polarity is wrong and/or your seams are not lined up properly, your cell will not work right.  Your spacer material should be either pine dowel or polycarbonate dowel.

The charging of the water must be done in a special charging vat.  I use a 3-tube charging cell myself.  It needs to be separate, because it will becme contaminated when you charge the water.  You don't want contamination in your car cell.   The purpose of charging the water is two fold.  You are primarily cleaning the water.  When you charge it, all the crap in the water that you can't see that is not supposed to be there will fall out of suspension to the bottom of the charging vat.  Charge the water for 30 minute intervals at between 53 vdc and 73 vdc.  The charging mechanism should be a square wave mechanism with a square wave of 25 hz.  I clean the water at high volts but charge the cell itself later at low volts of 8-12 vdc.  The low volts will take forever to clean the water.  The high volts will get the job done in two 30 minute intervals.  Once you have charged the water, you let it set idle with no electrical connections for three days.    You then pour it into your car cell and charge your car cell at between 8 and 12 vdc for two minutes.  Then disconnect your car cell from your charger and you are ready to go.  Only pour the top 2/3 contents of your charging vat into the car cell.  The bottom 1/3 must be thrown away because it contains all the bad crap that you don't want in your cell.  It's great for plants.  The charged water is great to drink also.  It will revitalize you.

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Re: Joe Cells
« Reply #6 on: June 04, 2008, 16:51:59 pm »
Great info Fiditti !

I saw in one of the movies on youtube that a guy was using stainless steel, but in form of sheet metal that was welded from top to bottom. In other words I think he took the square of SS sheet, connected the opposing sides (to create pipe out of it) and apparently welded it! Does this affect the cell in any way? And which welding process didi he use?

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Re: Joe Cells
« Reply #7 on: July 11, 2008, 00:14:27 am »
Demios,

Thanks for your response to my post.

I saw in one of the movies on youtube that a guy was using stainless steel, but in form of sheet metal that was welded from top to bottom. In other words I think he took the square of SS sheet, connected the opposing sides (to create pipe out of it) and apparently welded it!


Responses to your questions:
Does this affect the cell in any way?

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personally, I prefer to purchase the steel already rolled.  It's a lot cheaper that way unless you have the equipment to roll it yourself.  The only advantage I could see to haveing the tubes custom rolled would be if you are trying to attain a special gap which you are unable to achieve with readily available tubes.  You'd still have to dowse the tubes to find the proper polarity and you'd also need to demagnetize the tubes.  There are many complex issues that will adversely affect the cell.

And which welding process didi he use?

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I don't know which process the guy used, but the common way of welding stainless by my guys is by tig welding.  The stainless needs to be welded with the same material that the tubes are made out of too to insure the proper outcome with your cell.

We have learned a lot about the Joe Cells and I am convinced that they do work.  The guys from OZ who claim to have working cells will only guide you so far and then they will no longer help you.  That's been my experience.  So, certain aspects of getting the cell right are being left out.  I've worked with the cells for about two years now and am unable to go any further.  There is just a dead end there without any help from the guys who know.  Joe won't talk about the cells any  more, but you get a strong feeling from him that they do work.  He's a very cleaver guy and very believable.