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Re: Stan Meyer effect ?
« Reply #8 on: August 24, 2009, 16:52:16 pm »
Stevie , I think sometimes you are just running around in circles , did you even make that GEET working ?

There is no magic magic way to connect a randomly made choke and the "BEMF" super spikes do the work . There is a whole tuning aspect here , and these inductive spikes are just a part of it .

Dankie, if you wanna know how my geet project is going, then go to my geet project.

About my question: did you understand the question?

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Re: Stan Meyer effect ?
« Reply #9 on: August 24, 2009, 18:06:57 pm »
You question , or your views , ressemble the oversimplified views of sebosfato

Why when people try it , it doesnt work . Because it doesnt work simple like BEMF that you or Hydro can make with a "secret connection" or a "high-amps" discharge ... Those are all easy answers ...

What about impedance matching ? What about tuning your source to your cell .






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Re: Stan Meyer effect ?
« Reply #10 on: August 24, 2009, 20:00:10 pm »
how about you explain your ideas of why impeadance matching is so relative to your thoughts as being the missing link... make the visual connection instead of just repeating the subject impedance matching is the useen issue..

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Re: Stan Meyer effect ?
« Reply #11 on: August 24, 2009, 20:42:34 pm »
Well first of all , you gotta know what exactly impedance and reactance is . Then you must read the puharich papers and Hydroxyl paper , and when you ask yourself the question of why exactly is Stan leaving calculations and formulas , those were not therefor nothing if anything goes .

And when you actually start studying RF and electricity , instead of trying to find "visual" representations of what impedance is on youtube and trying t "imagine" impedance... 

And when you realise that your source and load will be mismatched right from the start unless it has been pre-calculated aka "tuned bobbins and cell" , either that or you have an impedance matching circuit .

When you reach that point you can start seeing a "visual connection" , untill then , it will be impossible to even dream about it in your sleep .

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Re: Stan Meyer effect ?
« Reply #12 on: August 24, 2009, 20:53:35 pm »
so i assume you got it working now dankie?

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Re: Stan Meyer effect ?
« Reply #13 on: August 24, 2009, 21:32:00 pm »
he's way ahead of us

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« Reply #14 on: August 24, 2009, 21:59:32 pm »
Xc must be smaller than Xl, so it's an impedance mismatch between chokes and wfc, agree? But this is also frequency dependent.
Bt why are they matched early on in the brief?
RF occurs as spikes during the edges (puharich).

And still, reflection (RF spikes reflected back from wfc to chokes) keeps entering my mind.  :P
Voltage is seen then, but no power is absorbed by wfc.
 
something like that, forgot it a bit because of the twisted stuff lately.

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Re: Stan Meyer effect ?
« Reply #15 on: August 24, 2009, 23:08:47 pm »
I am actually the first ever , in the entire world , who is making this the way its supposed to be done , or at least trying too .

Past simply putting bobbins and cell together and praying . I hope my method will show results , my methodology is certainly more time efficient and '' dummy proof '' and more 'tunable'

I dont have or need a fancy education , I just do it .