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alternator method under 5 watts
« on: August 06, 2008, 20:32:58 pm »
check this guy out over at waterforfuel.com

impressive results from just 5 watts...he also uses a netrual tube and a solid negative inner bar...so over all 3 tubes with 3 conentric electrodes in each one.....im not sure though if everything is correct on his claims but looks like a great method.

http://blog.waterforfuel.com/

read his last post...and watch the youtube video link.

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Re: alternator method under 5 watts
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2008, 21:31:22 pm »
I've been watching Keven for a while, and I like his stuff. He defiantly puts a lot of effort and enthusiasm into his system and I pray for his success. Just cant wait to see that RAM run down the road on strait HHO.
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Re: alternator method under 5 watts
« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2008, 22:26:39 pm »
he has his own logical approach and its been great to watch him cotinually get closer everytime.

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« Reply #3 on: August 07, 2008, 03:28:08 am »
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Re: alternator method under 5 watts
« Reply #4 on: August 07, 2008, 04:16:43 am »
i think when he refers to tidal wave he refers to stan meyers patent illustrations and his own oscope reaedings.....they should look similiar if following in the right direction.
(http://images.quickblogcast.com/42216-95665/tidalwaveform21.jpg)

yours is of low voltage and quite odd.

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Re: alternator method under 5 watts
« Reply #5 on: November 24, 2008, 10:51:57 am »
I've been watching Keven for a while, and I like his stuff. He defiantly puts a lot of effort and enthusiasm into his system and I pray for his success. Just cant wait to see that RAM run down the road on strait HHO.
Robert

Sorry  to disappoint you guys . Kevin's approach is all wrong. He is not producing that much gas. The vacuum is causing the water in the cell to boil.  He  finds the temp going down when vacuum is applied because it is sucking the warm water vapor out of the cell. If he would have disconnected the power from the alternator once the cell was hot  and under vacuum ii would have continued to boil.
This is called (DURP) Distilling Under Reduced Pressure. I have posted this info to him at his site. Let' s see if  he is honest enough to publish it

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Re: alternator method under 5 watts
« Reply #6 on: November 24, 2008, 13:30:59 pm »
I've been watching Keven for a while, and I like his stuff. He defiantly puts a lot of effort and enthusiasm into his system and I pray for his success. Just cant wait to see that RAM run down the road on strait HHO.
Robert

Sorry  to disappoint you guys . Kevin's approach is all wrong. He is not producing that much gas. The vacuum is causing the water in the cell to boil.  He  finds the temp going down when vacuum is applied because it is sucking the warm water vapor out of the cell. If he would have disconnected the power from the alternator once the cell was hot  and under vacuum ii would have continued to boil.
This is called (DURP) Distilling Under Reduced Pressure. I have posted this info to him at his site. Let' s see if  he is honest enough to publish it

i agree with you

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Re: alternator method under 5 watts
« Reply #7 on: November 25, 2008, 01:19:52 am »
I've been watching Keven for a while, and I like his stuff. He defiantly puts a lot of effort and enthusiasm into his system and I pray for his success. Just cant wait to see that RAM run down the road on strait HHO.
Robert

Sorry  to disappoint you guys . Kevin's approach is all wrong. He is not producing that much gas. The vacuum is causing the water in the cell to boil.  He  finds the temp going down when vacuum is applied because it is sucking the warm water vapor out of the cell. If he would have disconnected the power from the alternator once the cell was hot  and under vacuum ii would have continued to boil.
This is called (DURP) Distilling Under Reduced Pressure. I have posted this info to him at his site. Let' s see if  he is honest enough to publish it

Agreed , i always said the man was a trixter... he just wants so sell his crappy alternators that dont really work... The funny part is that his coil isnt even connected properly lol...