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« Reply #8 on: December 30, 2012, 00:08:48 am »
The main reason for the injection of non-combustible gases is to slow the burn rate of Hydrogen. If you just inject straight Hydrogen into your engine, you will melt your rings and pistons!!!

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« Reply #9 on: December 30, 2012, 01:57:32 am »
Correct, the matching the rate of burn will avoid timing  problems and ignition in the cylinder before the cam has moved the piston to its proper position

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« Reply #10 on: December 30, 2012, 04:35:03 am »
The main reason for the injection of non-combustible gases is to slow the burn rate of Hydrogen. If you just inject straight Hydrogen into your engine, you will melt your rings and pistons!!!

burn rate is importance for force(pressure) to push pistons,simple hydrogen is C4 bombs but hydrogen mix non-combustible gases is TNT.

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Re: Stanley Meyer said to
« Reply #11 on: December 30, 2012, 06:04:08 am »
@Everyone:

 

Meyer said that he "recycled" (or reintroduced) spent fuel (or exhaust gasses) by mixing them with HHO from his fuel cell in order to slow down the burn rate of the HHO to coequal that of gasoline and burn this mixture in an internal combustion engine. 

 

He also did something similar to make HHO coequal the burn rate of natural gas in order to safely distribute it through large underground gas pipes.

 

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Re: Stanley Meyer said to
« Reply #12 on: December 30, 2012, 17:47:18 pm »
Well, my 2 cents, after doing some tests, are that the ambient air processor is ionizing ambient nitrogen and oxygen. If you mix ionized nitrogen, which is missing covalent bonding with other atoms, with H2, you can guess what will happen. The hugh nitrogen atom will hook up the little hydrogen atom to become into a stable situation. N will take up 3 hydrogen atoms and willbecome NH3.
You lookup on the internet and find out what NH3 is.
You also can find the burnrate of NH3, which is equal of petrol........

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Re: Stanley Meyer said to
« Reply #13 on: December 30, 2012, 20:59:00 pm »
Well, my 2 cents, after doing some tests, are that the ambient air processor is ionizing ambient nitrogen and oxygen. If you mix ionized nitrogen, which is missing covalent bonding with other atoms, with H2, you can guess what will happen. The hugh nitrogen atom will hook up the little hydrogen atom to become into a stable situation. N will take up 3 hydrogen atoms and willbecome NH3.
You lookup on the internet and find out what NH3 is.
You also can find the burnrate of NH3, which is equal of petrol........

Steve

with hho you get ammonia and nitrogen hypoxide , did you ionize nitrogen using photonic energy or high voltage?
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