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Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« on: September 19, 2009, 15:42:29 pm »
I have been reading these EEC posts and i have noticed that everyone has been talking only about water. Stans "Air gas processor" was basically an EEC for Air. The electrical particle generator was filled with a "magnetic gas" which was iron atoms and argon sent through an EEC resulting in iron and argon Ions that would link up together because they where missing electrons. So all i am asking is has anyone tried an EEC with anything but water? Another thing to remember is that atoms will regain balance (regain missing electrons) through light so any EEC needs to be completely sealed with no light penetration. As far as i knew the set up is a resonant cavity hooked up to the "VIC" and a wire hooked to the positive plate with an led on the end with a 10 volt power supplied to the led. The electrons will be attracted to the positive plate because they have a net negative charge. While the resonant cavity is pulsed off, 10 volts is pulsed on to the LED. The electrons will flow down that wire toward the positive source and get burned up in the form of light in the LED. The pulse ends and the 10 Volts to the LED is turned off, the VIC is pulsed on and the resonant cavity starts stripping atoms of their electrons again, starting the process over again. Stan found that injecting Laser Light energy would further assist in this process. All the EEC is is an added circuit to the VIC

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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2009, 17:59:55 pm »
Yea, you've got a lot of stuff figured out there.

The EEC is not powering the LED's though, the LED's pulsed in sync with the high voltage, and not in sync with the EEC.

As shown in this picture.

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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #2 on: September 20, 2009, 03:34:33 am »
yeah i havent spent alot of time studying the EEC any way. I built a working "Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator" but havent had alot of time to keep going!

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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #3 on: September 20, 2009, 07:38:33 am »
Sounds good, I just got my "Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator" and cell working a few days ago.

Have you used a rewound alternator for high voltage? I haven't tried that, but it's one of my next modifications to be done.

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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #4 on: September 21, 2009, 04:44:16 am »
nope just plain jane. Heres the video:
and this is a video of the flame from the gasses produced by my WFC:
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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #5 on: September 21, 2009, 04:54:41 am »
It was my understanding that the Alternator is basically the "VIC" in this paticular circuit, only mechanical instead of electrical. I figured that stan probably studied the Rotary Pulse... and then designed something to replace the moving with something non moving. Most likely if he where alive today he would have something made out of just microchips! Any way im working on studying this WFC i have now and im Designing a VIC of my own to hopefully replace the alternator some day. I will, however, also need to make an entirely new water capacitor as well because the capacitance in the one i built now would make it impossable make the inductance in a VIC to work. I will also need to pulse the circuit similarly to how the alternator pulses im guessing.

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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #7 on: September 21, 2009, 07:31:38 am »
ah, neworleans! I've read your posts on waterfuelcell.org, but I am not registered there, welcome :)

Yes, I agree with you on the VIC as a solid state version of the alternator, even if you look closely, you'll notice the VIC Coil has 14 coil sections, as does my delco remy alternator has 14 coils/loops per phase, and some other resemblances.

If you read his later newsletters, he mentions his microchip design to control the function of the system for use in the cars with the injectors, so even then he was developing with the state of the art in electronics, now if we grasp what we need, we can probably do it easier and cheaper... sounds easier than done I suppose

Have you gone through all of the patents? he has a patent on the control and driver circuits, as well as mentioned in the new zealand video, he uses a PLL resonant scanning circuit that sweeps from 0-10khz-0 and repeats until it finds a lock. I surely think without such a driver system we would have little luck at resonating the cell properly.

Steve, make a project section for MrBlueskywfc :)