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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #88 on: December 02, 2009, 23:16:13 pm »
hi guys
             did not go any where it seem this company may have been stinging me along

        now this GEET I have now a whole stack of info on it,   I have now a partial grasp on what it was trying to achieve
 two of the guy from the group, the 'Steve' has now written  up a paper on his thoughts on this, he has been on it for some time, and built some thing like it years ago.  with some of the latest thinking, of 'ours' the group seems to be getting some where. the one attempt on a car did not go so well, so it is being re build, designed  etc.  Some of the stuff, about the 'magnetic effect' has been disregarded,  however hold on to the thoughts on 'lighting', the spinning of the rod, is also no required.  there is some thing else that seems to be relevant, isolating the section that holds the GEET unit, also the tube going in and out with the fuel also needs to be isolated from the surrounding parts.  there is a lot more but I have not talked to Steve for awhile so I have not caught up on the progress.
well that's what i have for you for the moment,  has any one got a unit really running properly?
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I had all the signs of a running geet. Spirals over my rod and the coloring and the amps.
Thanks for the comments, Brian. Thats good info on the isolation of the geet unit.
On the vortexheatexchange group, they also had good results with such an isolated geet on a car.
Could be a good step for me to do here, as well..

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #89 on: June 18, 2010, 16:35:44 pm »


The best way I think to deliver gasoline or alcohol thru the geet is with a tiny carb like the ones off of RC cars.

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #90 on: June 18, 2010, 20:31:24 pm »


The best way I think to deliver gasoline or alcohol thru the geet is with a tiny carb like the ones off of RC cars.

Might be, yes.
The jar setup is said to be the worse kind of carb system....