I agree with h20power's comments on here, nearly every one he's made in the last several months I have read....
The secret to Stan Meyer's work (for the most part) is all outlined in his tech brief,. (Although using the physics formula's for hydrogen atom photon absorbtion I don't understand how he says visible light can excite and even ionize the hydrogen atom, It takes photon energy in the extreme Ultra-Violet to soft x ray wavelength to do that, which is nothing near the visible range)
The funny thing I find here, on all the forums regarding Stan Meyer's and other's related work is that people are expecting to find an easy answer on the internet through forums.....There's people on every forum trying to steer you in any direction which is not the right one, and the people who know and understand things are given much critique and critism until they reach the breaking point and give up.
For those of you who want to find out the secret to stan meyer's work and have a successful replication, you need to first step away from the computer and all the forums which provide you with an endless amount of entrapment, and .....
GO AND DO THE RESEARCH ON YOUR OWN, First things first, go to your library and get books on a particular meyer subject:
1. The vic coil & oscillating circuit
2.The hydrogen fracturing process
I recommend studing only one at a time as there's much to be learned.....
For me I found the following books very helpful:
Understanding Oscillators by Irving M. Gottlieb
Read the following parts of this book!
Page 17- Resonance in a series-tuned LC circuit
Page 18 L/C ratio in tank circuits
Page 30- resonant cavities
Page 90-the electron beam in a vacuum
Page 91- the magnetron
Page 94-bunching of electrons returning to cavity grids
Page 216- 4046 VCO PLL with 50% duty cycle and 0Hz-10KHz frequency range
Get books on the hydrogen atom which many are available at your local library....
And one book which is a must have (which you'll probably have to buy)
TRANSFORMER & INDUCTOR DESIGN HANDBOOK BY Colonel Wm. T. McLyman
This book will cost you a pretty penny but is worth it's weight in gold as it explains how to build high voltage transformers , inductors and how to build them to resonate at a certain frequency, inductance value etc...
If you want to learn about the hydrogen fracturing process (i.e. Hydrogen Gas Gun)
Study the following:
-Vacuum tubes (like the ones used in old radio's and televisions) They have many similaraties to the hydrogen gas gun which are quite obvious when you study them.
-Cathode ray tube
The secret is that there's really not much of a secret, sure some things are quite confusing for the average person which has little knowledge of electricity, physics and the like but to someone who has the knowledge it's quite easy to understand. So educate yourself as I stated above, research the topics and read the books above and you will have a much better understanding of it all, and you just might be able to build a very successful replication!!!!