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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #24 on: September 11, 2012, 20:31:34 pm »
2 eyes are always better than 1!!!! Thats why I have been posting more. Maybe If I cant tap it someone else can!

Stan feared 1 electrode would burn out, I've herd that from stephen meyer and also Charles! Now I'm almost sure why! Now I may understand sparking under the well water with this type of setup. I need to retest WELL water and Inner aluminum electrode.

It may have been possible for high gas production with the lye and aluminum reaction accuring naturelike inside the cell without adding any additive!

People do not realize that electrolysis of table salt is how lye is made! Another is wood ash! There will be some form of LYE in everyones cell, thats what that white haze is on the inner electrode. But, you not can have this  buildup on aluminum it will Detonate! (its like controlling a bomb.)

Stan did say he used the water for an electron source, he may have used it for a wire!

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #25 on: September 11, 2012, 20:55:37 pm »
I was reasearching more and came across this, which I posted beceause its worded to be true, He could word it better than I so he gets the credit for the explanation !

(This is also why the fuel cell has to be Cleaned while its in use threw Filters!) You need to filter out all you can so that he electrode will last as song as possible!

I'm almost certain this was the elctrode stan was worried about having to be replaced later on!

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #26 on: September 11, 2012, 20:59:43 pm »
This would Not be Normal electrolysis if the Well water allowed a charge, This theory needs testing. It may be possible to have HV arcs between these electrodes.

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #27 on: September 11, 2012, 22:16:25 pm »
At least, your theory explains the inner massive rod.
I always wondered why the inner tube is a rod and not a tube, like he used to use...

Aluminium and Ly is used for ages. It creates lots of hydrogen, but at the end, the alu is gone.
So, not a real proper system for the long term, is it.

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #28 on: September 11, 2012, 22:29:33 pm »

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #29 on: September 12, 2012, 00:22:29 am »
We always knew stan had a fear of having to replace the tubes after sometime, his brother even confirmed this if you remember on the talk radio about 5 years ago. I have 1 50 gallon drum full of aluminum cans that I can melt down to make fuel cells with. If the system did work, I have enough cans to use a fuel cell for a very long time with my cans alone..

If you do not consume aluminum then you consume LYE. Accept with alluminum (it is not normal electrolysis) when used with SS because of the Diode effect and (the sparking between the 2 ss and alum tubes). You see we're using like distilled water and HIGH VOLTAGE at little amps Supposedly ?

I am unable to test the SS electrode with an Aluminum Electrode with (Clean) water at this time :( the setup could take on a charge and start arcing. (thats not normal electrolysis is it). Many voltages should be tested upon this cell. Stan started out with a 12 volt battery!

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #30 on: September 12, 2012, 03:32:12 am »
Brian it can indeed work, but you will end up with lots of aluminum oxide, so its not practical. Stan said his voltage zones should duration be 10thousand years.. .

If you use it as the negative electrode and there is no electrolyte it could be useful i'm not sure but i think aluminum is attacked by acids and bases too.

As i explained in the other thread it will desorbs ions to achieve electrostatic equilibrium thus it is indeed a cell as free electrons will build up in the aluminum in contact with the water. but this is due to faradaic reactions, chemical interaction not physical.. . stan clearly stated no chemical interaction occur, i about ionizing and deionizing or stabilizing...

just some thoughts

I would like to point you to the right direction, although i don't know what it is... yet i'm almost sure what isn't.. I believe that the injector is a step further, not an initial step... I mean of course you will learn some working at it, however it requires more than good will to make things work.. I don't want to discourage you anyhow, but would like to ask you if you really think you can put it to work, before a resonant cavity cell? 

I mean i know you work at this for a long time... me too but for me i could only get to design something if i at least have some confirmation of my parameters effects by previous experiments... I tried the other way... well i spent over many many thousand euros in that approach, and although i spent now yet more in my new perspectives, since i decided to study some more, i found that i learned much more and got much closer than before-

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #31 on: September 12, 2012, 23:41:29 pm »
@ Stevie

Stevie, I have only digital Multimetrs and no analogue one so I am unable to test that way. I have measured the voltage going to the mini cell I created with the SS - electrode and Aluminum + Electrode. The results given to me was with water used from an airconditioner. I collect about 1.5 gallons an hour this way. Allthough I will test Distilled water A.S.A.P

The Results;

The results was I thought my digital Multimeter was Malfunctioning. Last night I made a post but deleted it in confusion. The very first time I connected the cell togeter I turned the variac Wide open. There was a Pop and Lightening bolt and the contaner Blown up! After the post I found out that the breaker tripped. Later I thought that maybe there where some sorta Dabree between the two tubes that caused this, I Still do not know.

But for Todays test, My meter in parallel with the mini tube cell Displays the amount of voltage I have across the cell. I put across the cell 50 volts of DC and the Bubbles are good. The water is clean. I remove the power from the cell and the meter reads in the milivolt range! You wait about 3 seconds and then you get a reading of over 150 volts! I test again and again, each time I get the same effect! I turn the cell off and it again reads Milivolts, I wait more and then the votlage shoots to almost 200volts Dc.

I try another Digital meter with exactly the same effect. The voltage of this cell is taking a charge after the power has been switched off!

I only have 120v available at this moment. I am going to pick up some new water in town Tonight I hope. I plan to drag out some high voltage coils and do some more testing!

Just so you know...

@ Sebo, I havent had time ti read your post fully and make a reply.