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Re: Meyers may have pulsed with 2 transistors
« Reply #40 on: June 10, 2009, 13:35:24 pm »
what would happen to the lower transitor ?

Blow up ?
I'd put the gate frequency on the enable pin of the primary frequency 555, to prevent crosstalk.

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Re: Meyers may have pulsed with 2 transistors
« Reply #41 on: June 10, 2009, 17:58:29 pm »
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Steve , stop being so negative in my threads .

Here is a cool video .

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@ dankie

endothermic and exothermic is what i mean when i say harmonic and non harmonic.... in my past posts

endothermic = harmonic        exothermic = non harmonic..


imagine a tornado  and its flows of energy...

for energy such as winds that are spiraling  up and out the top of the tornado  they are radiating in a expansive manner. that is non harmonic..  (loud/ destructive)

for energy such as wind to spiral  down and compress into the tornado from the top down into the bottom is  harmonic (silent/ creating)

harmonic energy is what drives the growth of forest and life..   i would say the silent harmonic energy that drives growth is sunlight.

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Re: Meyers may have pulsed with 2 transistors
« Reply #42 on: June 10, 2009, 21:16:42 pm »
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Hi radiant,

I had email contact with Naudin at the time that he published that wfc test.
He was convinced that he was right and that he wanted to go for a fully insulated tube.
As you can see at his video and drawing, he used tape to cover his tube.
I tried that too and it became clear to me that there where amps leaking.
That would also be the reason why he didnt publishe his promised new setup.
He should have found out what happend.
His theory is nice, btw. It would be great if someone was able to prove its working.

Steve



Well, Steve.....
Have you noticed he has published NOTHING NEW!!!....Not one thing since that WFC test!!!!!! You honestly think that's because he was wrong?? :D I rest my case ;)


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I belonged to a skype water fuel chat group...and, I purposed the insulated electrode WAY before Naudin ever did it. I had VERY heated discussions with the head of Energeticforum (before there was an energeticforum) over this exact issue....it ended with him saying "I said this to begin with" :D
Then a couple months later Naudin tried it out...it is by no way HIS theory...neither is it MINE...it was my interpretation of various things Stan said + my own understanding of how you get voltage to do work w/o amp leakage.
As for your replication of Naudin and "knowing" it was leaking amps....your setup was NOT Naudins...and, he definitely showed an increase in capacitor action...if it leaked, that's fine....it still shows step charging and increase of overall charge. However, even Naudin's replication is not perfect...he only reached 1Kv...Stan notes around 16-20Kv!!
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Re: Meyers may have pulsed with 2 transistors
« Reply #43 on: June 10, 2009, 22:14:51 pm »
I agree , Naudin dont give a crap about hiding anything from you .

He already replicated multiple OU technologies .

Now stop being so negative . This skeptical stuff is getting on my nerves .

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Re: Meyers may have pulsed with 2 transistors
« Reply #44 on: June 11, 2009, 11:26:16 am »
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Hi radiant,

I had email contact with Naudin at the time that he published that wfc test.
He was convinced that he was right and that he wanted to go for a fully insulated tube.
As you can see at his video and drawing, he used tape to cover his tube.
I tried that too and it became clear to me that there where amps leaking.
That would also be the reason why he didnt publishe his promised new setup.
He should have found out what happend.
His theory is nice, btw. It would be great if someone was able to prove its working.

Steve



Well, Steve.....
Have you noticed he has published NOTHING NEW!!!....Not one thing since that WFC test!!!!!! You honestly think that's because he was wrong?? :D I rest my case ;)


P.S.
I belonged to a skype water fuel chat group...and, I purposed the insulated electrode WAY before Naudin ever did it. I had VERY heated discussions with the head of Energeticforum (before there was an energeticforum) over this exact issue....it ended with him saying "I said this to begin with" :D
Then a couple months later Naudin tried it out...it is by no way HIS theory...neither is it MINE...it was my interpretation of various things Stan said + my own understanding of how you get voltage to do work w/o amp leakage.
As for your replication of Naudin and "knowing" it was leaking amps....your setup was NOT Naudins...and, he definitely showed an increase in capacitor action...if it leaked, that's fine....it still shows step charging and increase of overall charge. However, even Naudin's replication is not perfect...he only reached 1Kv...Stan notes around 16-20Kv!!

Its not just me, but i also work with friends that replicated the Naudin work. Same conclusion.
I do not wanna say that Naudin was not ok in trying. He came very far. Showd nice stuff. But with a trully fully insulated tubeset, i havent seen any bubble and also the people i work with couldnt make any bubbles.
Of course we seen hv and capacitance and resonance.
Radiant, if you want to prove a point, then show us here a working setup. Many here want to see that. Thats  the only thing i ask.
Too many theory here on the forum. Almost nobody showing any prove.

Dankie: i just send you a PM.

Steve



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Re: Meyers may have pulsed with 2 transistors
« Reply #45 on: June 11, 2009, 11:44:14 am »
Very cool...but I bet NOT ONE OF YOU HAD AN EEC!  ???
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Of course we seen hv and capacitance and resonance
If you have seen this...then the electrical stress MUST be translated across the water gap too (EEC works here)...
And as for the proof you speak of...I myself would also love to see some of your replication of Naudin ;)  (if it's on the forum somewhere I would love for you to show me)

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Re: Meyers may have pulsed with 2 transistors
« Reply #46 on: June 11, 2009, 14:33:31 pm »
Very cool...but I bet NOT ONE OF YOU HAD AN EEC!  ???
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Of course we seen hv and capacitance and resonance
If you have seen this...then the electrical stress MUST be translated across the water gap too (EEC works here)...
And as for the proof you speak of...I myself would also love to see some of your replication of Naudin ;)  (if it's on the forum somewhere I would love for you to show me)

Here you are:
http://www.ionizationx.com/index.php/topic,467.0.html

The EEC Electrojolt and i made was not involved in these tests.

Steve

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Re: Meyers may have pulsed with 2 transistors
« Reply #47 on: June 11, 2009, 16:18:30 pm »
voltage collapsed through the water, at least you know amps were inhibited properly.

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