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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #16 on: September 18, 2019, 00:13:05 am »
Nice... you should get your self a wattmeter to plug it.. you can get on eBay very cheap maybe 20$

if you are spending more than 2 watts per each amp flowing across the cell you are bellow faraday...

i think you could try to measure how many gas per minute you generated..??
right now my only concern is voltage across the cell. I've not seen anything like this ever.
I read where he was mixing a magnetic material in and also generating electricity.

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« Reply #17 on: September 18, 2019, 02:53:40 am »
Nice... you should get your self a wattmeter to plug it.. you can get on eBay very cheap maybe 20$

if you are spending more than 2 watts per each amp flowing across the cell you are bellow faraday...

i think you could try to measure how many gas per minute you generated..??

It doesn't matter if this is below Faraday or not.  Once the water can be split with pulses of potential, an understanding of the circuit elements allows us to move on to the Gas Processor, with higher voltage, to replicate Stan's Cold Fusion effect.  That's what will lead to energy independence.  And that's something which can't be done with Faraday type electrolysis, no matter how efficient it is or isn't.

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« Reply #18 on: September 18, 2019, 05:40:51 am »
I am getting better results without ferrite, and I seen photos of stans VIC, the step up transformer was NOT ferrite! It was Iron!

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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #19 on: September 18, 2019, 16:32:45 pm »
Nice... you should get your self a wattmeter to plug it.. you can get on eBay very cheap maybe 20$

if you are spending more than 2 watts per each amp flowing across the cell you are bellow faraday...

i think you could try to measure how many gas per minute you generated..??

It doesn't matter if this is below Faraday or not.  Once the water can be split with pulses of potential, an understanding of the circuit elements allows us to move on to the Gas Processor, with higher voltage, to replicate Stan's Cold Fusion effect.  That's what will lead to energy independence.  And that's something which can't be done with Faraday type electrolysis, no matter how efficient it is or isn't.

Back in those days, a VW engine had 65 HP.  With 746 W/HP, Stan's dune buggy was producing 48,490 Watts.  If each cylinder was powered by a 40W VIC, then there was a gain of over 300 times, output over input.

I think his Cold Fusion claims need to be investigated, whether it was Carbon/Oxygen Fusion or Oxygen/Fluorine LENR, as he describes.

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« Reply #20 on: September 21, 2019, 01:58:06 am »
Funny! Ah ha ha ah ha! Apparently there's 4 ways to wire a choke! ( Biffiar that is). And also,,, did you know you looked close enough you'd know Stan coated theourrtter side of the outer tube and the inner part of the inner one. Talk about being stingy with current flow ehh, if he was like that with his money then he musta been rich! I like this man's way of thinking! I love the way he even went to the extra mile to thin out the hho mix with other none combustible gas too! The injectors even assured everything was metered in such a way nothing was emmiyed into the cylinder other than just the calculated amount that was needed with that amazing Lazer distributor!

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« Reply #21 on: September 21, 2019, 14:48:06 pm »
Stanley Meyer believed that one gallon of water contains as much energy as many thousands of barrels of oil.  This was based on the fact that a nuclear reaction releases far more energy than can be produced by a chemical reaction involving a similar amount of mass.  In his Cold Fusion patent (#4,826,581), he specifies that completely ionized Oxygen which is subjected to additional HV pulses from a VIC will release an electron from the nucleus, accompanied by a considerable amount of explosive thermal energy.  But the only way a nucleus can release an electron is through neutron decay, in which an electron and an anti-neutrino are emitted as the neutron reverts to a proton.  As a result, the Oxygen atom transforms into the next higher element, with one additional proton, and the Oxygen atom itself dissapears.  In nuclear physics, this is refered to as a Weak Force interaction (Low Energy Nuclear Reaction, or LENR), and isn't actually fusion.  It's just stimulated neutron decay, which is still manytimes more energetic that burning hho.

The patent also specifies that heat from burning a fuel gas is part of the energy needed to produce the nuclear reaction, and that the 'atomic' energy adds to that of the combustion, resulting in Thermally explosive energy which is greater than the heat of combustion from the fuel.  Since the dune buggy required such a small amount of input energy, together with a rather minute amount of hho, it's likely that some kind of Cold Fusion was involved in the operation.  However, I can do this without fuel gas - just atmospheric gasses - using the HOT side of gotoluc's Open Source water sparkplug circuit, so Stan's Oxygen theory may not be accurate.  He may have been producing some other nuclear reaction without understanding what was involved.

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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #22 on: September 21, 2019, 15:07:32 pm »
My two cents on it is that he is geting that neutron to decay from oxygen isotopes... there are oxygen atoms that are not so stable, having one or more neutrons so it has a 17 or 18 mass

there are other isotopes also present.. for example the electrolyte can liberate neutrons too... the time is very slow but i guess from some dozen patents i read that high electric fields stimulate them  to decay


when this neutron is released (under normal situation) it will decay into a hydrogen atom after 11minutes... but if is in the midle of a high voltage combustion well i guess it will indeed explode decaying

i hard to tell...

would you like to explain little more about this gotoluc cold fusion?


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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #23 on: September 21, 2019, 17:09:24 pm »
math problem

1 Stan says that 18 microliters of water is needed per "injection cycle" so it you have a four cyclinder VW running at 3000 rpm
how much water is needed per minute

2 what is the volume at STP of gas formed per minute by the calculated amount of water

3 how much gas is produced per minute in your cell

4 how much energy need to run the vic / minute