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Interesting Find!
« on: March 13, 2008, 03:14:38 am »
I was messin around on the internet the other day and decided to download a CD off of bittorrent.  i used piratebay.org to do so and just for fun i searched Stanley meyers.  video's actually came up.  I decided to download the 2 video's available.  the first one was in 1989 in switzerland where he had a presentation.  he talked about many things and all 40 of his patents.  He never did mention anything about steam though.  He did talk about adjusting the burn rate of the hydrogen from 325cm/s--47cm/s.  the video was about 56 minutes long.  hopefully i am not the last one to see this video.  the other video is not done downloading.  but there is alot of diagrams and technical informantion in this video and could help us all get closer to success. 

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Re: Interesting Find!
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2008, 07:49:20 am »
try isohunt, there is stan in colorado, hydrogen electrochemistry, hydrogen car and multifuel.

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Re: Interesting Find!
« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2008, 09:15:04 am »
Hi,

Nice stuff.
Maybe i can help you all understanding patents and how to read them.
What would you do to get a patent and to make it as difficult as possible for others to duplicate
the patent? There are many ways to Rome, we say here.
About slowing the burning proces, we found out that stans patents offers 2 directions. One is with carbons, from burned gass and the other is with steam. We already proved that steam works. The patentholder of the E11.pdf of panacea.org is also using steam. This is the most simple solution and it works.

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Re: Interesting Find!
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2008, 14:39:00 pm »
me and stevie has picked some of the main patents and briefs to death. mostly waiting on a slip!