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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #24 on: June 20, 2009, 22:10:02 pm »
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electrical pulse generator
  do you mean electron particle generator? if so it is mentioned in some videos with much clarity.. ... it is like a big transformer.. except the core is tube  glass  closed looped... he puts the magnetic gas in the tube..puts a mirror finish on the outside making the inside a mirror.. and he hits it with coherent light... i say he uses the vic with a hydrogen laser to power it because it is the most effecient way to produce the coherent light in frequency and altering high amplitudes... the numero uno key to using light to energize  the magnetic gas is that it ups electron volts without current... you got to think of how light is able to pass threw empty space without influence a wave of current.. it just slips by upping the magnetic gas with its aborbtion and reflective properties... no current generated in the core means no amps consumed. but yet, you are able to resonate the magnetic gas into higher potential differences.. stan says that it could be built no bigger then the size of a hot water heater..

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #25 on: June 21, 2009, 03:12:28 am »
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How are you so sure is atomic hydrogen in this video?

Atomic Hydrogen is the plasma state of Hydrogen...I know it's Atomic Hydrogen because of the emission spectrum and the anomalous heat. Every gas emits a different color...Hydrogen is this
(http://www.chem.uiuc.edu/Chem103/spectroscopy/images/tube1.jpg)
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Notice that low energy Hydrogen ions are blue..


Now here's oxygen
(http://www.windows.ucar.edu/earth/Magnetosphere/aurora/images/atom_oxygen_emit_spect_aurora_2.jpg)

I also know it's Atomic Hydrogen because it's all laid out in Blacklight Power's patent (attached)
See also the second attachement...it's good too...makes the connection of why Stan used "laser" energy in the gas proc.



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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #26 on: June 21, 2009, 03:30:21 am »
no outlaw, i mean electrical pulse generator, the very fact you assumed i might mean electrical particle generator enforces my perspective that it is a much overlooked invention.

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #27 on: June 21, 2009, 03:48:00 am »
very much indeed..  it would be the steps approached for household electric from stans perspective.. the patent explains the concept.. but stan in some videos goes into detail what is happening inside the device and why is so special.. i wish i could remember which video he spoke about it on.. im leaning towards the switzerland vid for some reason... but first is the vic because you need the vic to make the magnetic gas that is inside the tube... then the vic can be used to produce laser energy very effeciently and power the particle gen..

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #28 on: June 21, 2009, 06:30:40 am »
@Outlaw
He is not talking about the particle accelerator generator...he is talking about the attached patent...I haven't overlooked it ;)
It is a very efficient analog pulsing generator...much the same as an alternator (in that it's all electromagnetic action...no perm magnets)..and the physical action of the device is superior to most digital components. It's really nothing more then a variable speed magneto...it's just tapped in many spots so you can do what u need with the waveform. Changing the rotational speed changes output frequency...physical dimensions determines duty cycle (50/50)

The key features are this
"an improvement of the state of the art in power isolation and power transfer and particularly the conventional alternator...has no contacts and no opposing magnetic fields...the voltage output is variably dependent on several controllable features."

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #29 on: June 21, 2009, 11:32:47 am »
See also the second attachement...it's good too...makes the connection of why Stan used "laser" energy in the gas proc.
May you  need a laser, disassemble an old optical disc drive.
search Youtube on laser hack, it shows the laser energy being amplified so it burns, quite cool.

But, instead of atomic hydrogen, couldn't it be electric sparks or electron discharges instead on the electrode?
I guess it would have arced through the water to the other electrode then ?

Once again, great find, it only confirms Meyer's technology more and more.
Remember the Danny Klein video from fox, in which temperatures of the sun where reached instantaneously when recombined on the surface of the material?
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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #30 on: June 21, 2009, 18:48:37 pm »
now when you speak of using laser energy in a fuel cell, are you speaking of the introduction of light energy such as designed with the hydrogen fracturing gun, or do you speak of another type? ...   the way im  seeing it is spectrum is not whats of concern but more or less frequency and amplitude being sent into the process.. and i understand how it is being done on the off time of the pulse to keep waters electrons in the further out orbits and not allowing them to collapse during pulse  off time...  from the way i see it stan would power this device threw the eec and use it to consume the liberated electrons and turn them into photon energy instead of letting them populate in the choke. this is where he is producing electric power through the process.

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Re: Atomic Hydrogen
« Reply #31 on: June 21, 2009, 19:14:52 pm »
Yes outlaw that is correct...however, there is a point where Stan says "Energizes the Hydrogen and weakens the Oxygen"....Every atom will absorb frequencies from it's own emission spectrum the best...also, you must read Tesla's patent on the Utilization of Radiant energy (attached). There you will find that DC light photons have a charge...and, that it will raise a capacitors charge if shined on the + terminal through a dielectric.