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Atomic Hydrogen
« on: May 24, 2009, 00:19:58 am »
I believe that the "Atomic Hydrogen" reaction is one of great importance. It is most likely the key behind Meyer's Water Fuel Cell.
Basically if  we impart enough energy into molecular H2 (The kind we get out of Electrolysis Cells) it will separate into "atomic" or single atoms of Hydrogen..H1

Anytime an Atom changes phases there is a release of energy. In refrigeration the expanding or evaporation of liquid coolant to gaseous coolant creates an intense cooling. In the case of Atomic Hydrogen the arc's plasma core supplies heat energy which expands H2 to single atoms of Hydrogen...they are HUGE compared to molecular hydrogen (Much like liquid to gas ratios are huge)...when the single atoms of Hydrogen...hit something, subjected to certain catalysts, or other means are used to "bump down" the energy absorbed from the arc...A phase change will occur from H1 down to H2 (H2 is much physically smaller then H1)...the shrinking releases a LARGE amount of energy.

I believe this is what Meyer was working with...and in fact is the phenomena he called "Atomic Decay of Hydrogen"

Here is a theoretical use for this process...and a view of the life cycle
(http://i175.photobucket.com/albums/w152/Jdub6d9/Untitled-6-1.jpg)

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2009, 00:25:32 am »
Here's a couple patents that all use "Atomic Hydrogen" to release HUGE energy gains!!
In fact...the last one shows us that the process can be done to MOST NOBLE GASSES too! Hydrogen releases the most energy though...Helium is the second most energetic.

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2009, 00:35:48 am »
Here's a good one to try and wrap ur mind around

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2009, 11:37:26 am »
Thanks radiant.,

Nice docs and theory's!

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #5 on: May 24, 2009, 16:18:45 pm »
This comes back to what Stephen Meyers was saying .

'' You dont have to produce alot of gas '' Then he talked about how you can ''destabilise'' helium and release energy 10,000 to 1 .

So Radiant, how was Stan doing it with the injector  ???




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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #6 on: May 26, 2009, 08:23:42 am »
For those who would like to try it out...
(http://i175.photobucket.com/albums/w152/Jdub6d9/Untitled-2.jpg)
The electrolysis cell here could also be a tank of Hydrogen...or a pressure vessel to react lye and aluminum to make H2
« Last Edit: May 30, 2009, 19:09:53 pm by Radiant_1 »

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #7 on: May 30, 2009, 19:44:24 pm »
@Dankie
It's actually a bit complicated...I will attempt to explain it.
Stan made ionized air in his gas proc. that we all know...well, reading his patents I found that the ionized air IS HIS EEC (in the water plug patent)...see ionized air is mostly ozone. Ozone destroys germs and stuff by stripping electrons. By using the ionized gas mixed with water vapor and "non-combustible" gasses what happened when the molecule was elongated is that the water molecule's split because the ozone stole electrons from the stretched water molecule.
My theory is that the gasses allowed the oxygen to bind away to form other molecules (Nitrogen oxide, O2, etc) , yet allowed the hydrogen to remain unattached and that is what he was saying by stating "Cannot form back to water"....and the I believe the "Atomic Hydrogen" process is what Stan was talking about when he said "Atomic Decay of Hydrogen"....IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW!!!
It's the Atomic Hydrogen process....it creates a VERY HOT FLAME/HEAT WAVE....or as Meyer called it "Thermal Explosive Energy"...
(http://i175.photobucket.com/albums/w152/Jdub6d9/Untitled01.jpg)

I cannot stress enough how important this phenomena is....It's what makes the energy output OU!!