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Stanley Meyer => 24th of august: Stanley Meyer memorial day => Topic started by: Steve on June 25, 2013, 21:44:07 pm

Title: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 25, 2013, 21:44:07 pm
Thanks to Stanley Meyer. A great inspiration to us all here.
May we once find out how his technology was meant to work.


Steve
Administrator of ionizationx.com
Title: Re: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 25, 2013, 22:36:28 pm
Well said Steve!
 
Regardless of what website you follow or contribute to, I can think we all can agree that
Stanley Meyer Day August 24th can be a special day.
 
1. It can be a day of remembrance for those who were privileged to know him.
 
2. It can be a day to post and discuss special releases of articles, pictures and stories that have not
   been seen before.
 
3. It can be a day to chat with others around the world that share his dream.
 
4. It can be a day of hope for a better future, a cleaner and greener environment.
 
5. It can be a day of rededication and detemination to see the principles of his inventions
   understood and applied for the betterment of the human condition.
 
So basically it can be a lot of things for a lot of people. Mark you calendar and ask your
repective webmasters to support the new August Holiday  August 24th  Stanley Meyer Day!
 
 
Title: Re: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 26, 2013, 20:24:26 pm
One possible explanation of Meyer's technology is that he developed a system to extract energy from hydrinos, and, perhaps, an oxygen analogy.  We owe him a debt of gratitude for publicizing his technology, and for taking the heat in such a way that a wide spread determination to reclaim his discovery has developed.  On His Day I'll post at least something which may help advance our efforts.

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=hydrino&source=web&cd=2&cad=rja&sqi=2&ved=0CDQQFjAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Frvanspaa.freehostia.com%2FHydrinos_explained.html&ei=pC_LUYgnkfGJAq-LgEg&usg=AFQjCNFRllsi_oDEIhtIrF9Bv_e28g8NIw&bvm=bv.48340889,d.cGE 
Title: Re: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 26, 2013, 20:26:25 pm
Looks like my last post was blocked.
Title: Re: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 26, 2013, 23:56:54 pm
Looks like my last post was blocked.

Sometimes the database has trouble accepting url,s.
Sorry for that.
Please send the content to me by pm.
Maybe i can help with that.

Steve
Title: Re: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 27, 2013, 00:53:03 am
Thanks, but I already posted the gist of it at the Introduction board.  And I don't feel like reconstructing and retyping the message which was dumped.  Sorry if I thought it was suppression.  I've seen too much of that already.
Title: Re: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 27, 2013, 03:06:33 am
The only thing I can contribute to Stanley Meyer day is a story my 7th grade grade teacher told me in the mid to late 80's... im 40 now and was 12 or 13 then lol  anyway I over heard her telling another teacher " those crazy guys did it " and went on about putting a piece of blimp skin in there to get the patent or to freak em out enough to have no doubt about the quanity of gas Stan and Steve Meyer's produced. ( this frikin page is throwing my typing all over the place again ????) I told Robey about it and Steve mentioned some things about it in his interview.The jist of the story is a secret never told about what they used the blimp skin or the silver rocket fuel model paint was used for.I think it was either used on the generator tubes or in the gas processor electrodes.I hope somebody else knows more about the use of those type of materials with all this... maybe go back and listen to Steve Meyers interview with James Robey and see if you can fit it when where it belongs.
to Steve or Geon..whoever fixed what was wrong with why this site throws my typing all over the place...its doing it again and very aggravating.
Title: Re: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 27, 2013, 18:49:32 pm
The only thing I can contribute to Stanley Meyer day is a story my 7th grade grade teacher told me in the mid to late 80's... im 40 now and was 12 or 13 then lol  anyway I over heard her telling another teacher " those crazy guys did it " and went on about putting a piece of blimp skin in there to get the patent or to freak em out enough to have no doubt about the quanity of gas Stan and Steve Meyer's produced. ( this frikin page is throwing my typing all over the place again ??? ?) I told Robey about it and Steve mentioned some things about it in his interview.The jist of the story is a secret never told about what they used the blimp skin or the silver rocket fuel model paint was used for.I think it was either used on the generator tubes or in the gas processor electrodes.I hope somebody else knows more about the use of those type of materials with all this... maybe go back and listen to Steve Meyers interview with James Robey and see if you can fit it when where it belongs.
to Steve or Geon..whoever fixed what was wrong with why this site throws my typing all over the place...its doing it again and very aggravating.


Hi Kevin,


Your typing should work fine now again.
The new forum software was messing things up.
So, back to the old software.


Steve





Title: Re: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 28, 2013, 04:22:40 am
That's cool...thanks steve..
Title: Re: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on February 05, 2014, 04:41:14 am
I'll offer an anecdote.  A neighbor of mine down the street (working as an engineer for GM at the time) was invited by Stan to help solve some of the pre-ignition issues with H2 in his buggy.  He, along with his wife, went to Grove City and watched it run; his wife had her hand on the HHO generator and noticed that it never even got warm while producing enough gas to make the engine run.

That neighbor has offered the same assistance to me, should I ever get the Meyer system to work. These are folks that knew Stan and had every confidence that he could make it work as he intended, given enough time.

Maybe I'll get off my defeatist attitude and get back to work on this someday, and the sooner the better

Turtle, slow
Title: Re: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on February 05, 2014, 08:31:35 am
I'll offer an anecdote.  A neighbor of mine down the street (working as an engineer for GM at the time) was invited by Stan to help solve some of the pre-ignition issues with H2 in his buggy.  He, along with his wife, went to Grove City and watched it run; his wife had her hand on the HHO generator and noticed that it never even got warm while producing enough gas to make the engine run.

That neighbor has offered the same assistance to me, should I ever get the Meyer system to work. These are folks that knew Stan and had every confidence that he could make it work as he intended, given enough time.

Maybe I'll get off my defeatist attitude and get back to work on this someday, and the sooner the better

Turtle, slow


Hi Keith,

That a very nice post of you.
Can you tell us about which setup that neighbour was talking about?

Best regards
Steve
Title: Re: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on February 05, 2014, 21:17:58 pm
Key Keith... you are like a breath of fresh air old friend :) What ever happened to Ironhead and all that crew? Good to see you are still around !!!
Title: Re: 24th of August. Please remember Stanley Meyer.He was a great man for us all.
Post by: Login to see usernames on February 07, 2014, 02:19:50 am

Can you tell us about which setup that neighbour was talking about?


From what she described, it sounded like the tubeset in a cylinder, on a stand by the car.  Maybe like the one in the video of the buggy idling roughly in a driveway whilst Stan and others tinkered with it.

Turtle