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Stan Happy Birthday wherever you are
« on: August 27, 2013, 07:12:11 am »
Looking at stan left inheritance words Please restrict those amps and save the world!

He was Such a generous person to left this knowledge that i have learned some of it from him.  I live in this manner thinking about only doing good things not for me but for all.

 In that spirit i want to come up with something old.

Amp restriction Device

Stan provided in one patent ideas about a sandwich of materials described by him as resistive materials. He never meant this should go into water or form its voltage plate zones, but he was not just that stupid to give his patents solved in such an easy manner.


So here is my birthday gift!

Resonant cavities are made of guess what?

You need to understand how electric field can be set up study if you wan to join our research for a better future!

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S

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Re: Stan Happy Birthday wherever you are
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2013, 08:10:38 am »
Looking at stan left inheritance words Please restrict those amps and save the world!

He was Such a generous person to left this knowledge that i have learned some of it from him.  I live in this manner thinking about only doing good things not for me but for all.

 In that spirit i want to come up with something old.

Amp restriction Device

Stan provided in one patent ideas about a sandwich of materials described by him as resistive materials. He never meant this should go into water or form its voltage plate zones, but he was not just that stupid to give his patents solved in such an easy manner.


So here is my birthday gift!

Resonant cavities are made of guess what?

You need to understand how electric field can be set up study if you wan to join our research for a better future!

Best Regards

S

Thanks, S.

Resonant cavitys are made of metal?

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Re: Stan Happy Birthday wherever you are
« Reply #2 on: August 27, 2013, 21:24:30 pm »
dielectrics... and metals...

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Re: Stan Happy Birthday wherever you are
« Reply #3 on: August 28, 2013, 18:26:00 pm »
dielectrics on metal maybe?

of course the patents leave out key things, that's only natural, I'm gong with that...

I'm playing with a very thin coating of silicone windshield repair material that provides the dielectric, 200v across the plates, 10 milliamps and some gas, maybe about 1/6 lpm with 2" by 3" plates in RO water, pulsing with gated pulse trains that can be adjusted to produce an audible wha wha resonance that brings more gas, I put a 100 watt light bulb on the negative side before ground...

...it has become interesting again to do this stuff....

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Re: Stan Happy Birthday wherever you are
« Reply #4 on: August 29, 2013, 19:48:59 pm »
Thats the way i see.

Meyer chokes are just the way to apply the high voltage to the "resonant cavity" in such way as to detect resonant condition.

But the deal is how to really tune in to the dielectric properties of water. if its such a short circuit.

If wed apply say 10000v to a choke cell circuit what happens is that all this voltage will instantly polarized the coil since a capacitor fight for a change in voltage with current flow and the inductor reversely create a voltage because of changing current its clear than that you can never apply such voltages to water thru this circuit. Just because water is a dead short.

But when geometry get into the formula the rules of this game changes. When new materials come to play the rules change even further. When microwaves play too, lasers, hot filaments...

 
Well i just want to let we all think more about it.

This science in the end is well hard science already known made into work for application. Stan was a great genius, and protected his patent pretty well keeping secret key components unexplained. This can only be reasonably determined by his claims.

He had probably a nice company behind him providing the materials he needed. For example how he did those spark plugs?

Is such arrogance to think that scientists that study many years are too stupid for not discovering this shit before (as is not their fault they were told its impossible ever) while thinking that in the yard with nothing but little oscillators and transformers we are going to make it. I assume in this new perspective that i was the most arrogant people in the world because i tried every kind of strange experiment with water. But when i decided to study, everything became really clear to me. Stan was a scientist and as such he speek the sciensh so to understand his drawings and thoughts you need to have knowledge in areas like physics and in other like chemistry, math, electronics, materials,  engineering and some more otherwise i assure you you wont get anywhere if you don't copy paste others ideas and works. You must be able to improve it as its needed but how it can be done if you did only a luck shot at making it work?

My explanation on why stan just kept it so secret was because the idea behind his amp restriction was already patented so he wanted to fool everyone saying that the SS tubes would work as he described. I'm almost sure about what i'm saying. But in any case if he talked about it he would be in trouble. 

I'm spending 3000$ this week for new project, hope this inspires you.

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Re: Stan Happy Birthday wherever you are
« Reply #5 on: August 30, 2013, 16:56:15 pm »
I think in terms of operation conditions, the water  dielectric constant aka cell capacitance may not be linear to applied voltage field so the greater the field the dielectric constant should reduce. When this condition is reached the current stop flowing and the feedback circuit might see this as a huge variation in voltage.
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Re: Stan Happy Birthday wherever you are
« Reply #6 on: August 31, 2013, 10:13:04 am »
Who understood what i'm taking about?

I'm trying to point directions but not limiting your horizons for we can find different ways of doing the same thing Restricting amps.

I hope you don't get me wrong.


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Re: Stan Happy Birthday wherever you are
« Reply #7 on: September 03, 2013, 09:58:22 am »
I'm making many coils here, i guess the coils can play a role when geometry is considered.

This would make the E field applied to water 90ยบ ahead of current since the coil is transparent to E field but has to carry current...

I think Stainless steel is the way for the tubes...