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Re: Meyers may have pulsed with 2 transistors
« Reply #80 on: June 14, 2009, 21:07:17 pm »
i have to agree nice video dankie.. thanks for sharing... while looking at that it makes me think about whats the atoms are doing in the free space (movement) (expanding/ contracting)????  also the surface is round for that demonstration.. think of how in a tube cell they are flat and parallel so it will create flat flux likes in the cell?   beardon mention somthin about a mono fold occuring.. if you look at that pic that is at the begining of stans conference in swizerland you will see how it represents a mono fold... i also think this monofold is created by the the meeting of opposition in the cell.. the fold being the curent flow turning 90 degrees.. i think this mono fold is in turn once lagging in direction by 90 degrees must find a exit.. i think on its exit it develops a vortex and the gasses will produce in a vortex ribbon patter within a flat plate self that is observable..   anything fluid that has current movement , like water comming out a water hose hitting opposition such as a side walk will develop a 90 degree lag right? forming a puddle.. if the oposition isnt of at lest equal force then it will continue as forward current???

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Re: Meyers may have pulsed with 2 transistors
« Reply #81 on: June 15, 2009, 03:53:14 am »
we know from the beginging that like charges deflect (push away from each other) and that unlike opposites attract.. alot of people cant understand how stan could get unlike charges to be present in the water.. cause like physics say, unlike attract and the electrons in the stainless neagtive plate should want to cross and wouldnt that cause current?

well heres the main key that has come to me from lots of study .. there is a logical reason why the charges in stans setup dont cross or leave the plates.. it has to do with the laws of attractions.. opposites attract right? so what happens if you are pulling electrons out of the positive choke and theres a choke wound right next to it of same volume (capacitance) and is connected to a ground? would that choke next to positive attract and manifest excess electrons to try to balance itself out? since doesnt balance have to do with relative points of charge in quantum space (and they are relativly close sitting next to each other on the core)? the actions of that transformer are dependent apon the changes happening in its space. that being said wouldnt the opposite charges be magneticaly stuck on the core??? and this being the main reason why stan says that you need more capacitance in the chokes then the cell. so it couples in the transfomer rather then the cell... leaving you with 2 potentials that have the possibility to be in water bath relativy close without dischage.. since it is more energy to try to satisfy its self (balance out) due to the resistance of water... if this dont make since then i dont know what does... 

now this leaves one outcome.. the charges being connected to the plates allows them to be able to potentialize to the same as the cores potential .. now here is probly a problem that could be occuring with some.. it is really important for the chokes to have the same length a.k.a volume (capacitance)

think if you were to have 2 100 gallon air tanks.. these 2 tanks are connected to each other with a air pump.. so the pump will pull from one and expel in the other... if the tanks are of equal volume that means your vacuum state (positive) is building evenly and in sync with the pressure (negative)
example: 1second on = -20 psi tank one and +20psi in tank 2------------ 3rd second -60 +60 and so on...

now if your volume is not exact lets say one tank is 50 gallons and the other is 100.. we will say the 50 gallon is the tank air is being pulled from and the 100 gallon is where its being expelled into... your results would be... 1second= -20 and +10 --------- 3rd second= -60 and+ 30..

as you can see it would be imposible to hit resonance without balance. since those same figures of air pressure relate with the transformer in a important way.. the law of attraction... you would never be able to hold a balance load... it would leak..

so what does that leave you with? the goal of using this product of voltage as a timed signal with dramatic amplification from 0-up and above 20kv.. .. the goal of the signal is to hit water and try to sync with the orbital electrons to throw it furthest from equilbrium.. by doing so it lowers its self producing electromagnetic strength (create from the orbital electrons orbit rate) instantly turning of its covalent bond..  so all in all its about balance and timing