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Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« on: December 22, 2021, 00:25:08 am »
At least a few people have replicated the VIC, but all I've ever seen are mediocre results.  And this includes videos of Stan's own equipment in action.  I'm thinking that maybe he left something out of his presentations.  None of the cells he showed produced anywhere near enough gas to run a VW.  And the way he operated his injectors brought the hho in from somewhere else - the injectors didn't split the water which was injected to control the burn rate.

I don't remember seeing the cell he used on the dune buggy.  But I did see two EPG units under the hood  Presumably, these units produced the pulse trains, rather than VICs, for this application.  But why two of them?  My view is that he was combining out of phase waveforms to produce a type of ionizing exotic energy, and this energy is capable of generating significant amounts of gas.  And if this is what was being done, it should also work with two VICs.  Has anyone seen a setup with two driver circuits?

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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2021, 23:30:52 pm »
Another way to use two signals is to apply them sequentially.  A first string of pulses sets up a resonant elastic sloshing back and forth between the electrodes, then a discordant frequency 'shatters' the resonance, ripping the molecules apart.

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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2021, 12:30:39 pm »
The way this was explained at the chemistrystack forum is that the dissonant frequency can be above or below the resonant frequency.  In the case of the Opera singer's wine glass, the wavering of her voice applies the difference in frequency which shatters the glass.  Kind of like a ripple wave.

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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #3 on: December 28, 2021, 09:41:27 am »
I think that it is not about massive amounts of hho gas you should look for.
It more about the type of isotopes of gas.
Bonding h1 with neutrons for example
More mass is more energy
Or browns gas with lots of monotomic ions....
As joe stated of the joe cell....he stated that the gas was more explosive when the power was off.....


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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #4 on: December 30, 2021, 17:02:42 pm »
Stepherson showed us the isotopes form spontaneously when the USP gas container is placed at the center of the air core rf transformer.  Perhaps you can pull electricity from the resonant circuit as it's being produced.  Using the visible size of his pickup coil (the larger, secondary winding) and estimating the vacuum capacitor value would resolve the fusion operating frequency.

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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #5 on: January 03, 2022, 10:00:03 am »
Stepherson showed us the isotopes form spontaneously when the USP gas container is placed at the center of the air core rf transformer.  Perhaps you can pull electricity from the resonant circuit as it's being produced.  Using the visible size of his pickup coil (the larger, secondary winding) and estimating the vacuum capacitor value would resolve the fusion operating frequency.


This is a very important quote from you, E-tec..At least for me...." Stepherson showed us the isotopes form spontaneously when the USP gas container is placed at the center of the air core rf transformer."

Stephen Horvarth and Herman Anderson both used sparks to create rf radiation......
Both claimed to create isotopes...

Do you have more info from this Stepherson,s system?


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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #6 on: January 05, 2022, 19:37:15 pm »
Sorry, I forgot which thread this subject was originally discussed on.    He had a sealed glass sample tube - around one inch by three or four inches - of USP grade Hydrogen.  He had an rf Helicon coil wrapped around the tube, and energy from this coil converted the internal gas into plasma.  This had a bright red appearance.  During the several minutes of operation, the color gradually changed to purple (red plus blue), which indicated the formation, and presence of, Helium, inside the sealed tube.  He said this was due to spontaneous fusing of H into He.  And this happened because he had a second coil loosely wrapped around the outside of everything else, with this coil resonating at a specific frequency.  The fact that this secondary tank circuit would 'ground' the fusion energy is what allowed the reaction to occur.

He also said that he was informed during an official visit that he had stumbled onto a state secret.  (In England).   He did not say he was ordered to not talk about it.

During our entire discussion at the private group, he never would say what the extraction frequency is, but this might be deduced by examining his equipment.  The outer pick-up coil's inductance would be easy to estimate, but the tank's capacitor was around 10" in diameter, with a vacuum dielectric, and a large number of plates.  So what was it's value?  He wouldn't say.

In my opinion, his demonstration proved that fusion isotopes can form spontaneously when the right frequency of energy is EXTRACTED from a plasma, rather than input.  So the only input which is needed is for ionization.

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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #7 on: January 07, 2022, 15:18:34 pm »
I forgot to also mention that when fusion energy is extracted resonantly, the alternative kinetic kick does not occur.  There may be neutrons but they would be cold, and moving too slow to penetrate anything.