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Stan Meyer's hydrogen fracturing process using Lasers
« on: May 04, 2008, 08:43:24 am »
After much study of Stan Meyer's tech brief my eyes have been opened to the "Hydrogen gas gun"  process of fracturing hydrogen to make it even more powerful. In page 1-11 in his tech brief he states that the hydrogen fracturing process has the ability to make one gallon of water as powerful as 2.5 million barrels of oil.  This really makes me wonder why no one has really looked into this (as I believe it would greatly reduce the amount of hydrogen needed to run a vehicle) Maybe it deserves a second chance.

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Re: Stan Meyer's hydrogen fracturing process using Lasers
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2008, 20:39:59 pm »
And after doing more research I have further been able to understand the importance of the "hydrogen gas gun" or "hydrogen fracturing" Process.

In one of Stan Meyer's news videos, he says that if he were to take the dune buggy from L.A. to New York the car would use around 22 gal's of water. 1 gallon of water having around 1833 cubic feet of useable gas
1 Cubic foot = 22.31 Liters

22.31 Liters X 1833=42,738.228 Liters of gas

The distance from L.A. to New York is roughly about 2,783 Miles, and would take around 41.3 hours to complete

47,738.228 / 41.3 hours = 1034.81 Liters per hour

1034.81 / 60 = 17.24 Liters Per Minute

17.24 liters per minute is not much gas, but when the gas is exposed to the photon energy, it's thermal explosive power is increased exponentially, enough so that a car bun be run on a small amount of gas, where as most ICE's using hydrogen will require 100-300 Liters per minute or more. This equates to about 126 Miles per gallon of water!
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Re: Stan Meyer's hydrogen fracturing process using Lasers
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2008, 03:52:22 am »
kewl, keep up the good work man!

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Re: Stan Meyer's hydrogen fracturing process using Lasers
« Reply #4 on: August 05, 2008, 01:54:23 am »
Checking through some of the Documents available on Meyer. WFC Gas Management System. Memo WFC 422 DA section 3.
Laser Accelerator Assembly (20) thats the part that I think goes over the LED tube array.
Assembly (20) of figure (3-10) uses a GaAs (I think Gallium Arsenide) infrared emmitting diode (1) of figure (3-9)
;figure 3-9 is the led pickup circuit showing 12 lasers on one side.;
typically 935nm.
Triggering a SDP8611 Optoschmitt light receiver (2) of figure (3-9) ;12 receivers on other side.;
Using logic states and applied to gas pedal accelleration.

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« Reply #5 on: August 05, 2008, 02:18:10 am »
Reading deeper the circuit of lasers is inside  figure (3-10).
appears to be a round type vessel with a wiper arm  in motion changing the logic states.
This laser accelerator sits over another chamber.

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« Reply #6 on: August 05, 2008, 03:35:04 am »
It also states somewhere in the reports that this was a coherent laser.
This report says he was using a series of concentric lenses becoming progressively smaller.
I havn't found if the lenses were doped. 

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Re: Stan Meyer's hydrogen fracturing process using Lasers
« Reply #7 on: August 05, 2008, 04:50:11 am »
There are apparently many articles on this gas gun, in Memo WFC 420.
Figure 1-17 shows 16 I.R. LED's on each side.
And probably more memo's will show something similar.
It does say in several instances that this laser energy helps to displace the electrons in the gas.
I understand photons are able to move electrons from metal surfaces from reading the Wikipedia definition.
Meyer states the laser primed gas and speaks of the electron movement, displacement and then removal or extraction circuit.
In the Figure 1-17 of memo WFC 420 notice that the leds are pointed or facing the negative voltage zone plate or tube.
I am also thinking that many electrons are forced or helped out of the electrode in the center from the laser injection and hopefully
the liberated gas atoms.
He also does say the gas's are quite displaced that they do not want to stablize back to water.

Many of this group are writing of  trying U.V. bands of laser or led and no one has touched on I.R. from the Meyer documents.
I was just going to try any Laser wavelength but now am having second thoughts.
Why did Meyer choose 935nm?

Sorry for the jibbering but I would really like to see or read something positive from this process.