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Hi folks,

After all these years diving into the water as fuell topic, i came to my own conclusions. As open source as i can be, i want to share this with you all.

The basic principles are:
Electron avalanche after initial electrolysis start.
Preferred under some pressure in the cell.
First part of pulse creates a bit of gas which means free electrons.
Second part of pulsetrain is high voltage that kicks the electrons in an avalanche.
Meyer kept the first part hidden.
Anderson was clear on it, just as Danforth.
Dingle had a second bobine under the hood of this car.
Ill gues Meyer,s pulse started with some currentflow just as Horvarth did.....

These are my 2 cents.
I will setup my lab in such a way that i can prove it....


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Steve

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Re: They did all the same..Meyer, Anderson, Dingle, Danforth, Horvarth...
« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2015, 08:50:12 am »
cool stuff lookin forward to seeing stuff....I get to go take a drug test and physical tomorrow....ill be back to work Monday :) I will make time to get something in the project page as well :)

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Re: They did all the same..Meyer, Anderson, Dingle, Danforth, Horvarth...
« Reply #2 on: September 30, 2015, 09:00:54 am »
a conductor by definition has free electrons , if water is conductive then by definition it has free electrons .

who is Danforth ?  ever a real person ?   
same goes for Carl Cella , I tried looking through history of heavy metal and no such person or band "Rampage" shows up!!