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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #128 on: December 28, 2011, 23:08:34 pm »
thanks, would you have a part number of a useful pid chip i can go research thanks

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #129 on: February 17, 2012, 18:46:49 pm »
You need to also remember that each resonant cavity and VIC transformer are matched. For example, lets say the coil will resonant at 3.5kHz, well the resonant cavity needs to also resonant at 3.5kHz. They have to be matched, just like a coil and antenna of a radio.
More "Thoughts on how Meyer split water":
I think that this resonant frequency is a matched frequency on the molecular resonant frequency what SM called "Tune in on the dielectric properties of water".
If we re-read J.Keely on tuning into the "chord of mass" of the water molecule with a lower octave frequency, he established resonance with the molecule on a higher octave scale. Then when an enharmonic frequency(none harmonic) is introduced (read as GATE modulation: harmoniously adjusted thirds) he disintegrates the bonding "forces" of the water molecule.

He also wrote, this can only be done successful if the molecules are composed of differential atoms weights! In other words:the substance must contain heavy atoms and light atoms. The heavy atom or oxygen in water weights just 16 times as much as either of the hydrogen atoms to which it is joined by chemical affinity. Also this can be done with gas. The hydrogen is a faster atom in respect to the oxygen atom which is slower.

What I think Peter Davey has done is to oscillate the water molecule on the lower resonant harmonic (harmony) frequency using the higher overtone harmonic frequencies to tune into. These accelerated oscillations of the atoms has an effect of heat generation just like microwave (forced) oscillations but on lower energy input.

Comparison to fundamental / Interval to previous tone / Frequency ratio / Tone example / Frequency in Hz
fundamental frequency /   fundamental /  1:1 / C /       65
double frequency /   octave /     2:1/    c    /  130
trifold frequency /   fifth    /  3:2 /   g    /  195
http://www.sengpielaudio.com/calculator-harmonics.htm

Problem is what the "chord of mass" is of the "water molecule"?

Chord
In Keely's SVP and music: more than one frequency sounded simultaneously. Modern terminology is vibration signature which is a graphical representation of more than one frequency sounded simultaneously or complex waveform.

The combination of three or more tones played at once. Diatonic c. uses only notes proper to the key. A triad is a chord of three notes in which the lowest is combined with the third and fifth above it. Common c. is a triad in root position. Dominant c. is founded on the dominant of the key. An inverted c. uses a tone other than the root as its lowest tone. Harmony is the study of chords and their relations.

Chord of the Mass
"Every Molecule contained in a homogeneous mass has the same harmonic oscillatory motion, which is the "chord of the mass" governed by the mass aggregation and the mass form. The "chord of the mass" is therefore the fundamental frequency of every Molecule of the mass".
Keely http://pondscienceinstitute.on-rev.com/svpwiki/tiki-index.php?page=chord+of+the+mass

Also if this fundamental frequency is know, then atoms can be split too on this same principle etc. !

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #130 on: February 17, 2012, 20:41:35 pm »
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I read almost all people toughts on how water molecule is affected by voltage/freq.but the are verry contradictory...can you make/give me a link with a 3d drawing of the process?1000toughts 1000confuses..if you understand..

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #131 on: February 17, 2012, 21:48:09 pm »
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I read almost all people toughts on how water molecule is affected by voltage/freq.but the are verry contradictory...can you make/give me a link with a 3d drawing of the process?1000toughts 1000confuses..if you understand..
For more information what matter is you can read it here
http://pondscienceinstitute.on-rev.com/svpwiki/tiki-index.php?page=subdivision

Electrostatic field is vibration(impulses on high frequency), also on the electron("=another name tag for oscillation on a specific frequency",particle or wave) so using this you are manipulating it already on level of high frequency. Polarization(=resonance of the water molecules) etc.

edit: 3D diagrams
http://pondscienceinstitute.on-rev.com/svpwiki/tiki-index.php?page=Figure+1.3.1+-+Subdivisions+of+Matter+and+Energy+according+to+Keely

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #132 on: March 17, 2012, 06:55:25 am »
There is one frequency I came across where resonance occurred for me which I think may appear to be significant.  I am afraid I am not terribly advanced in physics, but what I have stumbled across I think supports it. 

The frequency I found by experimenting is 5.71khz.  I noticed some interest in the forum around the number 1.059(...).  This factor lower than 5.71khz is 5.39khz which also appears to be a frequency associated with molecular resonance; at least per page 84 to 86 in document linked.  I'd like to know what anyone thinks of this. 

http://ora.ouls.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid%3A676c8932-9c30-4776-a264-67405fe61c0c/datastreams/THESIS01

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