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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #32 on: September 13, 2012, 00:23:25 am »
Hi Brian,

What an new Insides
So you measure high voltages around 200volts after shutting down power?
If thats the case, the circuit of Stan with the light bulb makes sense.
He extracts the freed electrons during the power off part of the squarewave pulses.
Do you remember the electron extraction circuit, desIgned by Claudio?
You probably still have his emailadress or just pm thru this website.
I still have his circuitboard! Also his schematic.
I expect that if you extract that charge that you measure, something better will happens, accoording to Stans legacy.....


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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #33 on: September 13, 2012, 01:50:44 am »
Yes, when you shut the power off you get a Milivolt reading, After a few seconds lapse the reading then jumps up to over 150 volts for me. I am using a variac only 120 volts.

Right now I am constructing an HV circuit to test with. The voltage is comming from somwhere, strange!

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #34 on: September 13, 2012, 02:42:53 am »
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I believe I have steped charged the water molecule.  The voltage on the meter on the ON posistion keeps rising and has not stopped. As of right now I suggest you test this for yourself!

So far I am producing hydrogen at this moment at 12.3 MHz at 6 volts and still rising to no stop. The meter now reads 7.17 volts and still rising, the voltage has now droped to 7.10 to the cell, and the current is .012 MA or 12 milliamps.

When the voltage is shut off the voltage reading now goes to . . . .170 volts Dc

This setup needs further investigating.

I do not understand this voltage, I put the leads to the fuel cell in my mouth and the meter connected I still get the readings But I do not feel anything. How does a digigal Meter read these voltages?

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #35 on: September 13, 2012, 03:35:29 am »
STRAIGHT DC HIGH VOLTAGE
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SAME WAY MEYER Started out!!! BUT I DIDNT USE 12 volts only 18.

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #36 on: September 13, 2012, 04:48:23 am »
Wow thats cool...

I will think about it...

I would seem that its working like a fuel cell but what about the not reversal in voltage?

The alluminum is connected to the negative Brian?

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SELF SUSTAINING UNIT WITH NO POWER
« Reply #37 on: September 13, 2012, 07:29:31 am »
A Self Sustaining Unit Producing hydrogen with no power applied for over 1 hour with the power switched off!

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« Reply #38 on: September 13, 2012, 07:53:39 am »
Here is other angles and Better Quality of self running unit.
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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #39 on: September 13, 2012, 08:06:32 am »
Aluminum in the self sustaining unit is used as the negative electrode. So whats the dangers in that? Honestly, someone speak up?

I am also researching what is going on here, I am a bit lost, what is reacting to the aluminum and what is happening, the water is not changing in color and I dont see the aluminum consumed. It all looks clean.

I think the Aluminum is attracting the Positive Hydrogen atom and Repelling the oxygen! I think No Oxidation is accuring on the aluminum this way.. I also think you do not need electricity once the cell is up and running.

You cant argue with these results, you just can not do it!

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There is salt or something Building up on the bottom, it is very clean looking, I do not know what it is but its comming on fast. Stan talked about having to clean it out? I cant explain the color I think it sorta looks like sugar thats dissolved

Edit In Again The Top of the water Looks like 2 types of water, you can seen the Seperation line, so Now we have a different water on top of water??? and something on the bottom, something is going on here. The water looks different but still clean and clear but maybe hard?

I have never seen anything like this before in my life!
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