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Stanley A Meyer Q & A May 2021
« on: May 12, 2021, 17:55:05 pm »
May   2021Q & A

First question was posed  by redteam5  asks if the electron flow in two layer graphene  super conducting conduits
 or matrices would be similar to any of the following:

1 spinning superconducting discs  Podkletnov, Ning Li  et al

https://medium.com/predict/eugene-podkletnovs-impulse-gravity-generator-8749bbdc8378

2 the circulating mercury plasma GRD's by  Boeing

3 circulating mag-gas plasma matrices , ferro-fluids by Meyer, Miller  et al

A for redteam5 and 7 regarding Podkletnov, it's more like surfing, -- continuously falling into a gravity well, if you oscillate the magnetic void
the wave is concentrated by the toroid winding into a G+ and G- beam which is virtually non-divergent, similar to laser radiation but possibly supra-luminal
Piezo transducers are arranged in an array for reception.
 
The graphene bilayers are  doped and then stacked or pancaked by centrifuge into thicker and more robust matrix structures
Alternatively, the single layer floated on  the surface of a liquid and thin bar or filament is  placed  horizontally beneath the surface of the graphene
and lifted up slowly. The single layer is   thus folded and the two sides adhere and then are wound upon a bobbin or tube like toilet paper
 or Saran(r) wrapffec

A for sandia24 :  I saw the same cancelling effect with G+ and G-!!, it's analogous to ANR with acoustic waves 180 degrees out of phase and
                           disruption of pressure waves with reactive armor

A for Berkeley7  Thanks for the nersc computing time, the synchronization of the moving toroids explains the negative viscosity effect in
                            \the ferrofluid tests. It's as if the Helmholz magnetic zones are liquid smoke rings aided by
                            BEMFand Lorenz effects
                             It would explain the need to modify the pulse rate of the synchronizing coils to maximize output

 
dropbox randkey 81245 97401 for  responses  and pictures due  30 May 2021

  red and blue team zoom conference passwords will be posted in dropbox use  randkey 60912 51009 on 26 May 2021 12:00 GMT conference
 meeting id will be provided at that time
conference starts   12:15 GMT to allow sign-in   remember to mute and to use TOR gateway per protocol
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Re: Stanley A Meyer Q & A May 2021
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2021, 13:27:28 pm »
Thanks to the Conference participants for the thoughtful papers and images. It is obvious that major
progress has been made in not only the mathematical understanding but also the actual construction
of the devices. The Covid19 pandemic has resulted problems in production and shipping of critical
parts but collaborative ingenuity and suitable work-arounds have led in some cases to new methods
and configurations that are actually lower cost and show promise.

June Randkey 31843 81347  expires 30 June 2021  12:00 GMT

greenteam5 has suggested some modifications to the inner surfaces of  EPG conduit
that may result higher power output

redteam3 is requesting help on design of the pulse baffle plates and construction technique

Annual Meyer Birthday Conference  24 August 2021  will probably be zoom depending  on
travel restrictions. 

regards

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Re: Stanley A Meyer Q & A May 2021
« Reply #2 on: June 01, 2021, 09:30:48 am »
Zoom?
Maybe i can join in then....


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