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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #64 on: September 22, 2012, 06:11:49 am »
I appreciate the inspiration to research more... its hard to get inspiration that leads to search for something old and find something new :)  not trying to steer you away from any dirrection but on ur inspiration ive stumbled on a few articles and here is one of the most interesting ones :

http://www.aetherometry.com/Labofex_Plasma_Physics/aspden_opinion.php

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #65 on: September 29, 2012, 19:20:48 pm »
Hello

I tried this stuff but could not get 1 volt more than applied when i disconnect the multimeter... or the water is not pure enough or...

I asked my teacher about, she said it would be impossible to have a potential greater than the source when disconnected and that my theory about it is completely non sense...

So brian i would like to ask if you can do this same test with an oscilloscope or other multimeters to see if she is correct. according to her your multimeter could be the source of this confusion...

Thanks

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #66 on: September 29, 2012, 22:43:09 pm »
It could be, I posted the video on youtube and I tested 2 different meters. I am unsure how a digital voltage meter works. Why do both meters register the same? are the both wrong? also, I'm not sure how the meter affects the cell. I posted the video for you to figure it out. You use the right water and electrodes you will get the same results.

BTW, the O scope showed nothing.

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« Reply #67 on: October 01, 2012, 06:47:36 am »
I want everyone to pack this in their head PLEASE for me.

1., Stan started out with a Silo, a silo is about 25' tall and found on a farm, it is round. He put a Focusing lens atop it to catch and focus sunlight downward!
2. Stan focused the light onto pipes and he heated water. THIS IS ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW other than the fact his Aluminum kept Bursting into flames, thats another  artical.

LISTEN HERE

Stans place was to Use this SILO to Create Power and sell it, Stan wanted to run his own power plant. Do not worry about how I know what I do, I just have the Experience. So Listen.

I know you can not understand how stan was going to make electricity from this, RWG Research has Stan Meyers Patent on this! Go download it! Its s SOLOR SILO


Stan had to produce DRY STEAM in order to power a TURBINE this is how he planned on generating his electricity. On the way of doing this he stumbled onto something else. There are many types of steam and it happes that Steam can be Dry and Mixed with HHO if some form of Voltage infected this setup. It is when the Gas mixture is released you notice is Flammability.

Do not be a fool, I have to step out for some time. Take this information and do not disrecard it please! Everything you see on the internet, everything you've been told its all bullshit, you will never get anywhere if you do not work together and make this happen.

I have to eject for a bit, so take this information, and you use it! When I come back I hope you have something to show me rather than me showing you. I hate trying to change someones direction in what they're doing more than anything, But you are getting nowhere and the answeres are right there for using water as a gas. It has already been done and it is called watergas wiki it, There are otherways of making it. You dont need massive amounts of hydrogen mixed in with it for it to work! Watch my youtube videos Please.

http://www.rowan.edu/colleges/engineering/clinics/cleanenergy/rowan%20university%20clean%20energy%20program/Energy%20Efficiency%20Audits/Energy%20Technology%20Case%20Studies/Geothermal/geothermal.html




(http://www.rowan.edu/colleges/engineering/clinics/cleanenergy/rowan%20university%20clean%20energy%20program/Energy%20Efficiency%20Audits/Energy%20Technology%20Case%20Studies/Geothermal/files/page30_1.gif)






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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #68 on: October 01, 2012, 07:43:51 am »


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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #69 on: October 01, 2012, 07:52:34 am »
Do you think this is a Joke?




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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #70 on: October 02, 2012, 06:11:33 am »
Patents for you 2 read

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #71 on: February 05, 2013, 10:01:23 am »
I can see nobody is still not working on this. Here is a video with the engine running on the Injector ALONE with no carborator, or with the CARB intake hole Plugged off with a Razor Blade!@

I have 2 videos, best to watch them both@!

The injector can't work!!