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Re: Stan Meyer cracked by JNaudin!!!!
« Reply #48 on: June 29, 2008, 10:00:19 am »
Hi all,
Say Steve I found this book or what ever it is, but I haven't desided on buying it or not, but it is on the technology we are working on. http://www.jstor.org/pss/2415876

I was doing more reseach on the Taylor cones and found this "Disintegration of Water Drops in an Electric Field." Now to get water to disintergrate does that not turn it into hydrogen and oxygen ??? I think I might get this to further my studies on all of this. What do you think?

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Hi H2O,

Nice book!
It looks like that book fits your study well.
" The photographs give an indication of how the axial jets are produced but no complete analytical description of the process is attempted "
The book seems to leave enough room for you to do research.......
Could be worth while to buy it.
Any idea what it costs?

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Re: Stan Meyer cracked by JNaudin!!!!
« Reply #49 on: June 29, 2008, 11:09:41 am »
I don't know a lot about about coils, I was wondering could a stun gun coil be used ,  a new just came out that can hit 2 million volts. Any ideas?

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Re: Stan Meyer cracked by JNaudin!!!!
« Reply #50 on: June 29, 2008, 16:36:46 pm »
As far as I can tell you really don't get much action until you get around 480 volts too the wfc, and Dr. Dingel says 20k-30k volts in his work.

You seems to have a lot of info about Dingel's. Can you share a link where he states that he is using 20kV-30kV? Dingel uses honeycomb configuration. I find this interesting because I find it technically complicated when electrodes are close to one another especially when they are in water, be it insulated or not. 

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« Reply #51 on: June 30, 2008, 17:42:31 pm »
As far as I can tell you really don't get much action until you get around 480 volts too the wfc, and Dr. Dingel says 20k-30k volts in his work.

You seems to have a lot of info about Dingel's. Can you share a link where he states that he is using 20kV-30kV? Dingel uses honeycomb configuration. I find this interesting because I find it technically complicated when electrodes are close to one another especially when they are in water, be it insulated or not. 

I got this information from watching his videos and the circuit that he is using. In one of his videos you can read on the hho device 20k volts and on the circuit I have for him its 30k volts. So I say 20k-30k volts, to cover the differance, most of what I have to do with Dr. Dingel's work is guessing, but I am pretty good at it. Having the circuit diagram really helped me to see the simularities between his work, Meyer's work, and Puharich's work, all are from Nikola Tesla.  I did have all that I think I know on Dr. Dingel posted but I saw fit to take it all down, personal reasons.

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I am not able to find any video where he claims that or wrote that figure on his device. The circuit that you posted was drawn by someone else (it was with German text if I am not mistaken). So you are guessing 20kV-30kV but not from what Dingel himself has claimed.

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Re: Stan Meyer cracked by JNaudin!!!!
« Reply #52 on: July 01, 2008, 02:44:11 am »
Okay, thanks. I asked to avoid confusion. Readers may imply otherwise if you don't state clearly.

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« Reply #53 on: July 03, 2008, 10:31:02 am »
On the issue of straight tubes, parabola and other configs, are there any results from parallel plates that look promising?

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Re: Stan Meyer cracked by JNaudin!!!!
« Reply #54 on: July 17, 2008, 07:43:40 am »
i have been searching for a while would anyone know where to get a toroidal transformer which meets jnaudin's requirements?

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Re: Stan Meyer cracked by JNaudin!!!!
« Reply #55 on: July 17, 2008, 11:25:22 am »
i have been searching for a while would anyone know where to get a toroidal transformer which meets jnaudin's requirements?
I think you go search for a small PCB transformer. The bigger the lower the max frequency is...
I will have a try soon with a little trafo.

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