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Stanley A Meyer Q & A October 2021
« on: October 12, 2021, 20:45:19 pm »
Blueteam3  put us on the track of a researcher and inventor from California that was interviewed by
Stan Meyer.    The label of the documentation is 2-13-1988 which would have been a Saturday
which is the customary day that Stan gave lectures at the Deer Creek State Park in Ohio

So far, a search of the known video archives has not turned up a copy of his lecture and demonstration
from that date.,,,, but here's a photo  copyright 2021  blueteam3 gmbh

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Statements have been made by people close to the examination of the Meyer estate that the EPGs had a COP
of about 3. It's possible to look at the physical construction of the EPGs for clues to its operational capabilities

In a car alternator , energy is required to turn  the rotor against  opposing magnetic fields and also to supply
energy to create magnetic fields to induce current in the stator pickup coils.



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Re: Stanley A Meyer Q & A October 2021
« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2021, 10:43:28 am »
Blueteam3  put us on the track of a researcher and inventor from California that was interviewed by
Stan Meyer.    The label of the documentation is 2-13-1988 which would have been a Saturday
which is the customary day that Stan gave lectures at the Deer Creek State Park in Ohio

So far, a search of the known video archives has not turned up a copy of his lecture and demonstration
from that date.,,,,

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Statements have been made by people close to the examination of the Meyer estate that the EPGs had a COP
of about 3. It's possible to look at the physical construction of the EPGs for clues to its operational capabilities

In a car alternator , energy is required to turn  the rotor against  opposing magnetic fields and also to supply
energy to create magnetic fields to induce current in the stator pickup coils.

Very good Jim,

Looking forward to see that interview, when it surfaced....