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Re: Starting at the Genesis of Stanley Meyer's Work - The Demo Cell
« Reply #112 on: January 04, 2016, 08:41:38 am »
sorry mina how is it solved?

dont see much gas...

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Re: Starting at the Genesis of Stanley Meyer's Work - The Demo Cell
« Reply #113 on: January 04, 2016, 08:49:10 am »
sorry mina how is it solved?

dont see much gas...
Look at the Meyer video.  It is just as much as Meyer got.  Keep in mind this is at 2amps, 6 volts and the water temp. Does not change.  I have a way larger cavity so the gas it takes slightly longer to build pressure but the gas flow is there.

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Re: Starting at the Genesis of Stanley Meyer's Work - The Demo Cell
« Reply #114 on: January 04, 2016, 10:00:37 am »
Good job Mina as these are the small steps that lead to success. Most people sit back and do nothing and others do something but get it all wrong as they haven't the smarts to do thing close to what Meyer actually did. These people can't do the math no matter how simple it seems at times. Lets take Meyer's VIC the first choke reads 76 ohms and they turn around and only wind their VICs with 33 turns of wire for the chokes when the math says Meyer used 736.43 feet of wire for the first choke. These same people run around making claims that make Meyer out to be a lair.

Just keep learning and tweaking the technology to improve upon your results as that is what it takes to get this technology solved. Now that you have it all set up I can tell you a bit of what I learned about it. The RPMs are used for finding resonance with that set up so if you haven't already get a strong PWM to drive the motor so you can change speeds and observe the results of the waveform at different drive speeds on an oscilloscope. If it has a gating it is used for finding standing waves I kinda forget as it's been a long time since I have use that setup so I'm a little rusty on it, okay?

With this set up you can start to learn more about the tech first hand just hone your observation skills and take notes.

Have fun!
TGS

P.S. They gave me a lot of flack talk about this video but only one person has surpassed my results with the 8xa circuit as the gas production is just over 1 LPM with a cell that only has three tubes in it. I learned a lot from this and was able to observe some really interesting results as the bubbles are charged and will dart off in different directions and not just go straight up to the surface as expected they would do.

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Re: Starting at the Genesis of Stanley Meyer's Work - The Demo Cell
« Reply #115 on: January 04, 2016, 13:38:06 pm »
TGS have you ever look at the stan documents where he says there is 24 turns or 33?

he yes have chokes where there is less turns in the state you can see it

why

well i dont know exactly yet why but i have found a reson for it... so we people thinking and working and not just only copying have a hard time designing and thinking of thigs that will have a understandable result...

after all this years, getting in the university and learning and training how to think, why should i get blind and copy?

i rather prefere to develop my theories and test them... one will work one day maybe.. theres not so many possibilities of connection...

i wish stanley meyer was here to defend himself he would have laught over what we wrote about him and sure not feel like a lier...

when i suspect someone does not tell the true i´m not calling him a lier i just say that he has his reason to say that in that way and it may be mislead you ..  this is called neuro programed language its very used to let you be convinced of something without even understand it ,.. like all this non scientists believe blindly in stan... its a feeling caused by the sequence of words he chose to explain this... and by the greed of the men

so lier is who say to have something and than dont have,  this could be: a theory, a working cell, the only right theory...

who say that know something and dont knows for me is a basic lier

who say is doing a hard job and keep posting all day on internet is a gigantic lier

i could be a part of this

i know i would be a lier if i tell you that i´m physicist and my theory is correct and you should tried because i´m sure of it... right?

yes


etc...

until someone show a cell working and explain it for real there is no right way...

for me only thing that is important is to respect mina results and hope it has some explanation why it suposed to be working... ok?

and all.. .





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Re: Starting at the Genesis of Stanley Meyer's Work - The Demo Cell
« Reply #116 on: January 04, 2016, 14:00:17 pm »
Beautiful replication  with attention to details. A truly professional construction!!

Great job !!!

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Re: Starting at the Genesis of Stanley Meyer's Work - The Demo Cell
« Reply #117 on: January 04, 2016, 14:22:45 pm »
Yes, Mina.
Beautifull setup.
5V and 2 amps on the rotor is exactly what Meyer did.
How much power is your electro motor pulling?
If you add that plus the 10watts on the rotor vs gas output, then we know how good yr setup is in efficiency.

cheers!

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Re: Starting at the Genesis of Stanley Meyer's Work - The Demo Cell
« Reply #118 on: January 04, 2016, 18:50:07 pm »
@Everyone:
Thank you for the kind words and support.  I never had these kind of results in the past.  The cell suddenly started emitting this volume of hydrogen when I hit resonance with my new setup.  If you'll notice, the cell takes about 9 to 10 seconds to find resonance and then lock onto it.  Then it takes off like a rocket ship. 

Meyer was correct!  I know now that he did not lie to the world.  He really did have the goods!  He was for real.  No doubt about that.  He was a genius, flat out.

My suspicions became apparent after trying many different setups with poor results.  I think some of his patents have been scrubbed or simply secretly redacted because there is a lot missing in the patents.

My work has only yet begun.  I have to take MANY different measurements, run lengthy trials.  I even need to do some more tuning to get maximum results.  This is far from over, but now I understand what he and Puharich were doing and why it is so unique to standard electrolysis. 

My O-scope can't handle this wave form correctly so I need a modern one.  It will help me with tuning as well. 

My cell is now completely covered in a brownish tan color and is no longer very pretty.  I have to clean it up a bit. 


Thanks again to everyone,

mina

P.S.  @Steve: I'll get those measurements on the motor posted at the end of my running trials.



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Re: Starting at the Genesis of Stanley Meyer's Work - The Demo Cell
« Reply #119 on: January 07, 2016, 15:31:07 pm »
@Steve:
I have some results for you.  The alternator drive motor under load draws 7.2 amps. 
116.5 volts x 7.2 amps + 10 watts = 848.8 watts total.

I posted a video of this run at:

and:

Enjoy,

mina