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Re: On to a new project!!! I'm done with Stan's!!!
« Reply #8 on: February 17, 2009, 17:22:24 pm »
Well, I'm not going anywhere, I'm will stay here and share my results on my new projects.

I still beliave in HHO, I just don't beliave in Stan's process.

So far all my countless experiments on Stan's theories showed that brute force is more efficient.


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Re: On to a new project!!! I'm done with Stan's!!!
« Reply #9 on: February 18, 2009, 23:26:03 pm »
Well, I'm not going anywhere, I'm will stay here and share my results on my new projects.

I still beliave in HHO, I just don't beliave in Stan's process.

So far all my countless experiments on Stan's theories showed that brute force is more efficient.


Alright, Electrojolt.
Brute force is ok, but i still think that pulsed DC is better. You only have to use higher frequency's. Into the mhz. That way the wfc thinks that it gets strait DC.....and you stil put half of the power in it.....Squarewaves.
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Re: On to a new project!!! I'm done with Stan's!!!
« Reply #10 on: July 28, 2010, 23:59:09 pm »
I haven't lost anything working on this technology,, only gained knowledge.

It wasn't a wast for me. I'm making my decision soon,, i want decide it'll come to me what to do.

BTW, i just got from the bath and feel refreshed,, Thats a great feeling ya know :) Perhaps my next hobby will feel the same.

Dankie,,, you can keep your wire, dont bother sending it to me if you havent already,, i want be needing it.

Warj is on stan like buzz in his stink trap, i'm sure warj will go as far as buzz stinks. hehe Anyways,, im not needed here many has made that clear, my findings are not respected and i'm dogged for my research, Not many of you take up for the ones thats right so yea,, i probably will be leaving.

everyone here is appreciated...in teh past you dogged kevin west......what was up with that.....no one here is downing you.....as dankie said just chill.....or just stay put and wait...i know you have put THE MOST TIME AND EFFORT INTO THIS REPLICATION THAN ANYONE ELSE I KNOW......i cam to this website becuase you guys were the farthest in along the line in progress......stop making these little threats about leaving......you are a valued person regardless of the evil people out there......stick around you are apart of the team.

SAME GOES TOWARDS YOU WARJ!!!...damnit you actually understand hydro's microsoft paint circuit drawing.....i am at a loss.

everyone here needs to stay put!!!! we are going to do this as a collective!

and what does stevie do anymore!!!! he runs a lawn mower on hydrogen and takes a vacation!

i love you all.....just stop the antics and stick together!

 
 
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Re: On to a new project!!! I'm done with Stan's!!!
« Reply #11 on: July 29, 2010, 16:12:41 pm »
I haven't lost anything working on this technology,, only gained knowledge.

It wasn't a wast for me. I'm making my decision soon,, i want decide it'll come to me what to do.

BTW, i just got from the bath and feel refreshed,, Thats a great feeling ya know :) Perhaps my next hobby will feel the same.

Dankie,,, you can keep your wire, dont bother sending it to me if you havent already,, i want be needing it.

Warj is on stan like buzz in his stink trap, i'm sure warj will go as far as buzz stinks. hehe Anyways,, im not needed here many has made that clear, my findings are not respected and i'm dogged for my research, Not many of you take up for the ones thats right so yea,, i probably will be leaving.

everyone here is appreciated...in teh past you dogged kevin west......what was up with that.....no one here is downing you.....as dankie said just chill.....or just stay put and wait...i know you have put THE MOST TIME AND EFFORT INTO THIS REPLICATION THAN ANYONE ELSE I KNOW......i cam to this website becuase you guys were the farthest in along the line in progress......stop making these little threats about leaving......you are a valued person regardless of the evil people out there......stick around you are apart of the team.

SAME GOES TOWARDS YOU WARJ!!!...damnit you actually understand hydro's microsoft paint circuit drawing.....i am at a loss.

everyone here needs to stay put!!!! we are going to do this as a collective!

and what does stevie do anymore!!!! he runs a lawn mower on hydrogen and takes a vacation!

i love you all.....just stop the antics and stick together!

 
 
Maybe I am late to this party, but I just seen the comment about me and had a laugh.  Couldn't resist posting.
 
Been busy, I am looking over peoples projects to see what I have missed and if my current idea has already been done.
(still playing with epoxy)
 
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Re: On to a new project!!! I'm done with Stan's!!!
« Reply #12 on: July 29, 2010, 23:38:00 pm »
Jolt,

The meyer fever finally broke for me too.  I read the latest stuff yet am not driven like I used to be.  My goal was to learn electronics somewhat which I am pleased with.

I looked at the HEED patent a bit last year with a tesla buddy and was wondering how your circuit for tuning to a 4.5 to 7 mhz signal is coming along.   I'd like any ideas that you can share to add to my own.  I'll be building it once I've settled on a tunable oscillator circuit.

Variable capacitors are cool things...

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Re: On to a new project!!! I'm done with Stan's!!!
« Reply #13 on: July 30, 2010, 06:52:51 am »
I would ike to point something out on the ongoing saga of no-one being able to replicate Stan's work. (Please note all of the following is based on the pretence that Stan is telling us the truth)
He left behind enough evidence to tell us what he was doing but not how to replicate it. So everyone, IMO, has gone about this a little bit wrong. Everyone is replicating based on specifics rather than concept. Did Stan or did he not spend almost a year with Phur? Studying and understanding what he had accomplished? I am yet to see (and I am not doing it as it doesn't interest me) someone split water with frequency at any voltage. The community has taken his notes as gospel rather than confirming it. He says there is a frequency where water "falls apart" (for lack of a better term). The concept i don't deny, infact there is a lot of merit to the idea (Tesla proved it in his day!). But no-one has proved it. That in my opinion is where people are loosing there steam with this method. Perhaps someone who has all the equipment willing to give it a go have a look into what frequency improves the production the most (that sweet spot). I would not be interested in predetermined frequencies as they have all been tested.

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Re: On to a new project!!! I'm done with Stan's!!!
« Reply #14 on: July 30, 2010, 11:32:18 am »
i think it has to do with needing a pll circuit to tune in... if the dielectric never remain constant how will anyone ever see lots of production without it.. i know i cant correct the source as quick as its probably required to in order to stay in resonance.. all im tryn to say is one will not see lots of production just by setting a frequency or sweeping and land on some magic freq.. this is why i think its not that simple to prove..

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« Reply #15 on: July 30, 2010, 16:49:29 pm »
Jolt,

The meyer fever finally broke for me too.  I read the latest stuff yet am not driven like I used to be.  My goal was to learn electronics somewhat which I am pleased with.

I looked at the HEED patent a bit last year with a tesla buddy and was wondering how your circuit for tuning to a 4.5 to 7 mhz signal is coming along.   I'd like any ideas that you can share to add to my own.  I'll be building it once I've settled on a tunable oscillator circuit.

Variable capacitors are cool things...

The fastest PWM I built only went up to 2 Mhz. there are some pwm chips out there that can go much faster, the ones used for radio transmitters.

you can also build a simple transistor oscillator for that freq range.

It all depends. what is that you trying to do?