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Re: Stanley Meyers Resonate Circuit A Must See
« Reply #8 on: October 12, 2008, 17:50:01 pm »
I speak with Kevin regularly as do many people.  He is a very open person and speaks freely about his experiments.

Kevin isn't into forums much.  He does his own thing.  He told me that he was here last year when he heard that you guys were rewiring the alternator stator.  He said he was not greeted nicely and frankly did not have anything nice to say about this forum.

If you go to his site and review what he is doing, you will notice that he has been using distilled water in his experiments and has been successful.  I too have replicated his circuit with minimal success.  I have not been able to achieve that volume of gas production that he appears to have done.  He has not posted any production volumes as of yet but the fact that his circuit is able to break down distilled water is an incredible milestone in my opinion.

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« Reply #9 on: October 12, 2008, 18:17:47 pm »
Tell Kevin that i am sorry if he was not greeted nicely. Also tell Kevin i do admit that my attitude may have been out of control in the past, i am very sorry for that. I have since Bettered myself into respecting others unlike before. Very sorry Kevin was not welcomed to this forum the way it should of been. At the time the forum went public we did piss many public people off, and for that i am sorry. I do try my best to correct the mistakes i have made in the past. One way of correcting them is just not post much. It upsets me that we had problems in the past. Please pass these words to him. Please send my apology.


Hello Danky. I have just taken some photos for you guy's showing a Coil that was wired to dedicate itself to a resonance circuit. This coil was created just to be inserted into a resonant circuit.
This coil is from an auto ignition coil, just like you will find on a dune buggy or any other old model car.

Here you see the primary, notice how it is wrapped Very Neatly from right to left, then it stops.

When you wrap the coil then stop, you then allow paper spacer, very important if not using a spool. After you add a paper spacer you then re start the wrap in the opposite direction very neatly, THIS IS ZIG ZAGG WRAP and it is VERY IMPORTANT.

As it RESTRICTS amp flow into the coil, Each Wrapp of the coil is in series upon Discharge, so you win both ways, You restrict amp flow in the coil, And you increase voltage on discharge. ONLY THIS WRAP TECHNIQUE MAKES THAT POSSIBLE, its very important FOR THE RESONATE CIRCUIT.

I have also included a secondary HV Photo, Here you see the distance between the LOOPS, this is important to reduce internal arcing. Both of these coils are submurged in oil where the paper soaks the oil up.

Again, i will STRONGLY point out, Please learn how the auto ignition system works to understand how resonance works. Its by far the best example on the Entire Internet, Please put all your time in the auto ignition circuit if you would like to scale this circuit up for hotter sparks, or to understand how a water fuel cell can be placed within this same circuit. 

The Last schematic is exactly how you would connect a fuel cell to this circuit. Just replace the condenser with the fuel cell and the points control the frequency. "at the right freq water will rip apart" You can compare this to kevins setup and see the difference between the 2.

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« Reply #10 on: October 12, 2008, 18:19:00 pm »
One of our members has replicated Kevin's experiment and is getting at least twice as much gas as Kevin did.  I have seen his videos.  Fantastic gas production.  He is still not satisified though with the setup.  He is still working to improve it.  Maybe one of these days he will share about it himself.  
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Re: Stanley Meyers Resonate Circuit A Must See
« Reply #11 on: October 12, 2008, 19:54:58 pm »
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One of our members has replicated Kevin's experiment and is getting at least twice as much gas as Kevin did.  I have seen his videos.  Fantastic gas production.  He is still not satisified though with the setup.  He is still working to improve it.  Maybe one of these days he will share about it himself.  Many guys are afraid to share, since there are so many lurkers and nay sayers.

I do not understand why someone would be reluctant to post positive results due to lurkers and nay sayers.  I thought the purpose of an open source forum is to share information so that all of us can become free from oil dependence.   

The only reason for someone to be fearful of lurkers would be so that they do not steal the information and try to patent it and profit from it or that is their intent themselves and that would make them lurkers. 

Like I said, Kevin is very open with his information and has his information well documented.  He posts it freely on his blog http://blog.waterforfuel.com/ and has even posted a complete DIY on how to rewire the alternator http://www.kevinwestforpresident.com/.

So not posting positive or even better results from replicating another persons design does not make any sense to me.

Please tell your friend that we are all in this together and only by sharing the information publicly will be become free from oil dependence.

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Re: Stanley Meyers Resonate Circuit A Must See
« Reply #12 on: October 12, 2008, 19:56:04 pm »
if you find the old the huge  accel ignition coil part number 140001 from the 70s and 80 they have a removeable lid with 4 screws it is oil filled but the internals are the exact type of bobbin assembly showed in the vic matric  coil in the tech brief  but with 9 cavities instead of 12

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« Reply #13 on: October 12, 2008, 20:16:05 pm »
Glad to hear resistance wire was used , this also reduces amp flow . It seems as ihe wound both bifilars on same core with sectionnal spools in em as well.

But even if you produce alot of gas you cant power a car it seems , you need to add mass to them.


Danky, due to the way the coil was wraped and based on what i seen, i thought the coil was resistant wire. I have learned, "i think" that you do not have to use resistant wire, "Its how you wrap the choke as i pointed out." Wrapping in that direction will restrict amps into the coil and double the voltage from the coil. "Thats why i posted the photo."

Think of charging 8 capacitors in parallel to 12 volts each! Now discharge them in series! you get 12 volts X 8 which is 96 volts. That is just what this coil is doing accept it resonates and hits higher voltages! I think i read somewhere around 300 volts on the primary. Again, researching the auto circuit is the best information i'm able to come across.

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« Reply #14 on: October 12, 2008, 20:21:32 pm »
lapperl,

I'll see what I can do.

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Re: Stanley Meyers Resonate Circuit A Must See
« Reply #15 on: October 12, 2008, 20:23:42 pm »
I had lately some contact with Kevin West.
I contacted him, because i had found out that he wasnt calculating his consumed power well.
His calculations were way to low...
So, we a small discussion and at the end he actually didnt care at all.
For me that is a strange way of doing sience and research.

Kevin is very welcome here. I invited him in the same emails.....some weeks ago.
Well, he is a lonesome cowboy, on his way to become president of the usa.

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