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Seems Craig Westbrook found something
« on: September 12, 2012, 20:13:20 pm »
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Hydrogen/Oxygen
from water
through excitement via
rf signal
3000 watt rf transmision
Test of output TFC#1 Oxy Hydrogen torch
Output was restricted by tip size .
Cold production .
Subsiquent testing delivered 5 gallons per minute at 3200 watts
over 20 gallon per minute at 8000 watts
TFC HHO REFINERIES by Craig Westbrook
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Harmonics allow resonance and sub atomic oscillations . The- Amplified´╗┐ - signal, causes/ allows polarity shift and / field reversal.
Diamagnetic properties/fields of the plate design increase this effect.
Resulting in dissasociation by a push/ push reversal of atomic polarity .
Removing the Neutral charge of O. And uni -Polarizing the compound .
This deintergrates the mag cohiesion , like charges repel ,unlocking covalent bonds, at sub atomic level. Craig Westbrook
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Re: Seems Craig Westbrook found something
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2012, 23:09:16 pm »
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Re: Seems Craig Westbrook found something
« Reply #2 on: September 13, 2012, 00:42:29 am »
Sorry to burst that bubble.
Its all bullshit . All Plain electrolysis.
In his case, pulsed electrolysis.

If you build up hho under pressure, of course you will see a peak in output... doh.. as my daugter would say.
Yes, keep yr stopwatch in Place!  Hahahaha..
Sorry. Greg is just trying to get some financial funding here.

Steve
You know, the one that is doing this crazy hobby for years now, together with some other crazy people around the world :-)

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Re: Seems Craig Westbrook found something
« Reply #3 on: September 28, 2012, 04:45:56 am »
I agree with Steve, Craig and I are not friends. We had a falling out when I confronted him when he claimed to have one of Stans original vic's.

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Re: Seems Craig Westbrook found something
« Reply #4 on: September 28, 2012, 23:27:27 pm »
I agree with Steve, Craig and I are not friends. We had a falling out when I confronted him when he claimed to have one of Stans original vic's.

where exactly does Craig live or located?

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Re: Seems Craig Westbrook found something
« Reply #5 on: September 30, 2012, 15:03:23 pm »
I agree with Steve, Craig and I are not friends. We had a falling out when I confronted him when he claimed to have one of Stans original vic's.

where exactly does Craig live or located?
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Re: Seems Craig Westbrook found something
« Reply #6 on: September 30, 2012, 18:50:08 pm »
Seems like an awful amount of power.  I don't buy this being a replication of what Meyers did.

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Re: Seems Craig Westbrook found something
« Reply #7 on: September 30, 2012, 19:32:07 pm »
It complies with a theory i'm working at...