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General Discussion / Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Last post by Login to see usernames on January 12, 2022, 13:06:01 pm »
Sorry again.  I wasn't demanding discussion; I just felt it was a little rude to ask me to post something, then blow it off.

If you want to find the resonant em frequency, take the MEV value of the reaction, then convert it with Boltzmann's Constant.  Every voltage has a corresponding frequency, every frequency has a wavelength,  every wavelength has a temperature.

The forums are quiet?  The time is coming when only the Trolls are left, waiting for someone to say something important, so they can jump in with an overwhelming distraction.

And I ain't your ET.  Me Human.

Over and out.
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General Discussion / Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Last post by Login to see usernames on January 11, 2022, 13:42:42 pm »
Why ask me to repeat something if you're not going to comment this time either?  Just change the subject again.

Sorry I'm getting a little testy.  When I join a group, it's hoping to get some discussion.  I'm not interested in posting a blog strictly about my own ideas.  I think I should step back and take a break.

It would be a loss if you should decide to leave..I understand the wish for more discussions. I also would like that. On other forums, it is also very quiet....I check them once in a while.
What is your goal? Can pm me....
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General Discussion / Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Last post by Login to see usernames on January 10, 2022, 16:01:25 pm »
Why ask me to repeat something if you're not going to comment this time either?  Just change the subject again.

Sorry I'm getting a little testy.  When I join a group, it's hoping to get some discussion.  I'm not interested in posting a blog strictly about my own ideas.  I think I should step back and take a break.
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General Discussion / Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Last post by Login to see usernames on January 09, 2022, 08:58:17 am »
Helium is concentrated in stars, where it is synthesized from hydrogen by nuclear fusion......

The nucleus of every helium atom contains two protons, but, as is the case with all elements, isotopes of helium exist. The known isotopes of helium contain from one to six neutrons, so their mass numbers range from three to eight. Of these six isotopes, only those with mass numbers of three (helium-3, or 3He) and four (helium-4, or 4He) are stable; all the others are radioactive, decaying very rapidly into other substances.


As Anderson clearly stated, Neutrons neutrons and neutrons....
He added neutrons to the hydrogen to create an isotope...deuterium....
However helium with two protons and neutrons are also possible...

As i start thinking..is shooting a photon from the gas also some kind of extracting?
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General Discussion / Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Last post by Login to see usernames on January 09, 2022, 08:41:51 am »
Anderson and friends did create rf radiation by using a spark. A car ignition coil of 70kv discharging into a sparkplug, but the sparkplu wire was wrapped around the cell.....
Feeding the rf into the cell.
I have not found any info on extracting that rf out of the cell.
The only info on extracting a charge is from Stan Meyer,s EEC.

Nature is never so exact...it might have given some good reactions....
Yr new system might have been a more developed system.
As Anderson said, he needed soft x rays...photonic energy....feeding it into the watercell.

Yr new system started to produce photons as well, is it? Rf made the H glow....photons

Hmmmm
Some stuf to think about
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General Discussion / Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Last post by Login to see usernames on January 09, 2022, 08:32:07 am »
Extracted? Like when you have resonance between a coil and capacitor and then specific when the coil charge flows towards the capacitor?
There should be a collapsing magnetic field then, is it?
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General Discussion / Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Last post by Login to see usernames on January 09, 2022, 08:16:40 am »
Can you draw how you think the coils are wrapped?
A resonance between what parts?
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General Discussion / Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Last post by Login to see usernames on January 09, 2022, 08:10:26 am »
Sorry, I forgot which thread this subject was originally discussed on.    He had a sealed glass sample tube - around one inch by three or four inches - of USP grade Hydrogen.  He had an rf Helicon coil wrapped around the tube, and energy from this coil converted the internal gas into plasma.  This had a bright red appearance.  During the several minutes of operation, the color gradually changed to purple (red plus blue), which indicated the formation, and presence of, Helium, inside the sealed tube.  He said this was due to spontaneous fusing of H into He.  And this happened because he had a second coil loosely wrapped around the outside of everything else, with this coil resonating at a specific frequency.  The fact that this secondary tank circuit would 'ground' the fusion energy is what allowed the reaction to occur.

He also said that he was informed during an official visit that he had stumbled onto a state secret.  (In England).   He did not say he was ordered to not talk about it.

During our entire discussion at the private group, he never would say what the extraction frequency is, but this might be deduced by examining his equipment.  The outer pick-up coil's inductance would be easy to estimate, but the tank's capacitor was around 10" in diameter, with a vacuum dielectric, and a large number of plates.  So what was it's value?  He wouldn't say.

In my opinion, his demonstration proved that fusion isotopes can form spontaneously when the right frequency of energy is EXTRACTED from a plasma, rather than input.  So the only input which is needed is for ionization.

A state secret.....
Thanks for explaining, ET.
It is highly intresting. I am curious if that technology works with in an ambient environment where the gas flows thru a glas tube and not in a ststionairy closed tube.

Can you post his posts here or at least the pics?
And did he use any modulation on that signal? Am or fm type?
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General Discussion / Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Last post by Login to see usernames on January 08, 2022, 19:21:23 pm »
Why ask me to repeat something if you're not going to comment this time either?  Just change the subject again.
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