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Crickets are chirping
« on: June 06, 2014, 16:07:32 pm »
 
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Re: Crickets are chirping
« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2014, 09:23:09 am »
the question is if most of the Meyer techno replicators are willing to try other hydrogen water tests....

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« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2014, 11:44:37 am »
I think nobody is testing, they are watching and waiting for someone to put something on the table.

It is not time for me to do research yet, I have my stuff waiting to be tested. I am in the process of finishing out this season of sticking money in my pocket form Hvac installs and repairs the I have to run a 300.00 wire to my water research lab! I also had to purchase a lawn mower wheel drive transmission for 400.00 and that set me back a great deal. I still have things to do before winter like underpin my doublewide and possible siding or new roof, as I do all this myself no help.

When I get situated I will start posting, I look to be stabalized just before december (I hope)

Again, You mix a small amount of hydrogen to the electrolized steam to create a synthetic mix that will not flashback or explode. I have shown this in my videos, a Model will be perfected and shown when i'm situated.

Also, I have to share a pefect no leakable series cell, where the drycell is the only thing that can come close to what I have accept mine will be fully submerged ;)

My workbench is clean right now.

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Re: Crickets are chirping
« Reply #3 on: June 07, 2014, 15:29:57 pm »
Ive been busy myself with trying to survive.. But I'm still doing a little here and there.. For Example I made this circuit like a week ago for water experiments.. Just seems like everyone sits around here and waits for stuff and dont not create anything but a Hypothesis if that...

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Re: Crickets are chirping
« Reply #4 on: June 09, 2014, 18:43:45 pm »
Well, i have been playing with mercury electrodes.
A person stated that it will produce nascent hydrogen.
I tried to mix ambient air in the waterbath..
But no ammonia.
Later, i reread some pm,s with Aaron from the other forum and we talked about this some years ago, and he wrote back to try hot air....
I also want to try ionized air....rip of some electrons first....heh
Hehe....
Then mix it with virgin hydrogen ions.....
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Re: Crickets are chirping
« Reply #5 on: June 09, 2014, 18:47:20 pm »
Still on the list is try better with coils.
Bigger coils with more joule capacity.
High voltage like 600v
Amps will run like crazy at such voltage rates...
All done in peaks.
Who wants to join in?
I trully want some company and i want to share all i find out..



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Re: Crickets are chirping
« Reply #6 on: June 09, 2014, 19:13:45 pm »
I aways think about what is the progress and how could it be if those who discover things didn't patented them.

I'm working on old ideas like tay he han and fracture cell and all related again because now i think that i have enough or at least more background to be able to achieve results.

Now i also have a small 3 member team and a lab in the university. Unfortunately we are all very very busy and the project run very slow but keep going.

I'm recently thinking about meyer using the cell like an antena. At frequencies that were not the frequencies that he mentioned.

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Re: Crickets are chirping
« Reply #7 on: June 09, 2014, 19:48:46 pm »
I aways think about what is the progress and how could it be if those who discover things didn't patented them.

I'm working on old ideas like tay he han and fracture cell and all related again because now i think that i have enough or at least more background to be able to achieve results.

Now i also have a small 3 member team and a lab in the university. Unfortunately we are all very very busy and the project run very slow but keep going.

I'm recently thinking about meyer using the cell like an antena. At frequencies that were not the frequencies that he mentioned.

Way to go, dude!
From playing gitar in Italy to a chief master at the uni in brasil  ;)