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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #40 on: December 14, 2016, 17:05:22 pm »
Just to not forget from one of our members:

Hello everyone. I'm new here, but I've been fascinated with water fuel technology since 2001. In 2006 I had the fortune of visiting the Kentucky Water Fuel Musuem one Saturday afternoon with James A. Robey. James. This was about 1 year after James had acquired Herman Anderson's 1971 Ford Ltd car named the "Green Machine". James had the water radiolysis (or is it hyrdolysis) chamber out of the car and up on a rolling wooden stand in the middle of the museum. James explained that his teenage son had removed the chamber from the car without asking him. James was quite frustrated and trying to figure out how this all worked. James had tried many attempts with using a HV generator (40,000 volts I believe) from a drag racing supply shop. James connected this HV supply to a 3 foot spark plug wire and wrapped it around the chamber. This produced little or no results. I suggested to James that he point the exposed end of the wire at the side of the chamber on the bolt head and leave a small spark gap (1/4" roughly). In doing this we got a violet colored spark and instant great results! The psi gauge went nuts and started to rise quickly. Perhaps this is a clue or old news, but I thought I'd share my experience with Herman Anderson's car. It seemed we had figured out how to create this corona discharge and easily unlock the H2O molecules. If anyone knows how to contact James or has his email, could you please private message me or help put me in touch with him. I'd love to see this car again. Does anyone know the status of James A. Robey and the original Herman Anderson car? Thank you very much!

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #41 on: December 15, 2016, 14:10:03 pm »
8 ounces is 0.5 bar.
I have more pressure inside my body then that...hahahahahaha

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #42 on: December 15, 2016, 18:53:55 pm »
where did you find that number of the honeywell pressure thing?

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #43 on: December 16, 2016, 11:37:38 am »
Still searching for the dicsussions... They are very splintered on that yahoo group
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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #44 on: December 16, 2016, 14:12:12 pm »
8 ounces is 0.5 bar.
I have more pressure inside my body then that...hahahahahaha

All you've gotta do is look at the setting on his pressure switch.....If you don't know how to calculate inches of water to kPa and then kPa to psi then look up the part number of his pressure switch ...the instruction manual should help you learn how to do that.
The pressure switch he used has a bleed valve and a manual reset...His switch was set just under 8 ounces...
Theres no way Herman's cell maintained 30 psi.

Hi Kevin,

Its nice to talk about this. And also very nice to have these pics here.
I looked up the pressure switch relais.
If the setting didnt change, then we read around 8 Inches of water column.
The switch it self is from 5 till 35 inches of water column.
This changes my view on things completely.
Because 8 inches of water column is just barely pressure, is it?
0.02bar or 0.3 PSI.
Thats just a starting cell. No high pressures, just a tiny bit.
What are your thoughts here?






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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #45 on: December 16, 2016, 14:55:34 pm »
Also the bolt on the hole does not seems to be fully welded around the head of the bolt.
That might support your other theory....

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #46 on: December 16, 2016, 19:17:34 pm »
The main thing or goal with Herman's system as is with Stan's system is to get ALL the information out to everybody that wants it.
We need to concentrate on getting the COMPLETE INTERVIEW TAPE....We are shooting in the dark without it.....Somebody in Australia has it.

2 things are s noticeably different from the way Herman had it and the way it's pictures are on the rolling chasis...Have you noticed what they are?

Have you ever ignited a micro bubble in the water ?

Kevin, i watch the video every day and played with audio filters to hear better what is said.
But please just tell what is different?
And other question is do you uave a name of that Aussie?
I know some people over there.....

any remark about the welding of the bold on top of the hole?

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #47 on: December 18, 2016, 16:08:15 pm »
Thanks kevin.
Get some sleep and lots of fun.
Merry christmas to you too and talk to you soon again.

Hohohohoho  ;)
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