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Re: New theory.....the real one?
« Reply #8 on: February 21, 2009, 21:19:23 pm »
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Re: New theory.....the real one?
« Reply #9 on: February 21, 2009, 21:30:27 pm »

I have experienced that my platecell can light a 230V 60watt light bulp, after taking the power of the cel......



The first thought that came flying to me was Stanleys "Switchover circuit"  

Must mean that he somehow switched between the cells...maybe there is a smart way to re-use the energy to another cell..


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Good thinking! Should be part of the experiments!

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Re: New theory.....the real one?
« Reply #10 on: February 21, 2009, 21:31:21 pm »
Hi,

After some study of the proces of Stan by many of you and me, i think that the HV theory is practically not proven (yet).



Care to explain what this was?

Hi,

Well, there is always a first for everything.
And here are the first bubles of a working HV water fracturing setup.

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Steve

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sorry for the noice....

So in theory, you could could hook up multiple cells and not draw more current off the primary of the step up transformer?

Mikemongo

yes, you are right with that conclusion.

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You should ask Hydrocars/resonance king this question. He did that experiment.

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Re: New theory.....the real one?
« Reply #11 on: February 21, 2009, 22:54:16 pm »
its a good thought.. but i think his switchover circuit was mainly for the steam resonator..  it allows both side to be positve then negative switching rapidly causing a pumping/ friction action to the water kinda like a microwave..  and his rotary cross circuit with the eatra inductors just allow to to hit a high neg with the positive.. without it you only get a unipolar pulse leaving only.   the neg side is more of a neutral.. i guess a equal pos and neg pulse at the same time would be called a dipolar pulse.. hmm that energy form sounds familiar.. oh yea water is a dipole.. ac curent is never both at the same time.  i have been trying to understand that middle inductor for a while.. what does CT mean?

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« Reply #12 on: February 21, 2009, 23:04:05 pm »
its a good thought.. but i think his switchover circuit was mainly for the steam resonator..  it allows both side to be positve then negative switching rapidly causing a pumping/ friction action to the water kinda like a microwave..  and his rotary cross circuit with the eatra inductors just allow to to hit a high neg with the positive.. without it you only get a unipolar pulse leaving only.   the neg side is more of a neutral.. i guess a equal pos and neg pulse at the same time would be called a dipolar pulse.. hmm that energy form sounds familiar.. oh yea water is a dipole.. ac curent is never both at the same time.  i have been trying to understand that middle inductor for a while.. what does CT mean?

O yeah that switchover ?

WayTogo you are confused ... Thats bad for gas production

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Re: New theory.....the real one?
« Reply #13 on: February 22, 2009, 06:38:39 am »
Could it be possible that Stan was just giving the water a positive charge to the water , ( +h20 and not neutral) causing the water to give up electrons. Coated plates and hv,  I 've been considering a different set up for  a positive hv setup, just to see if  could be that simple, got nothing to loose.

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Re: New theory.....the real one?
« Reply #14 on: February 22, 2009, 16:42:40 pm »
stan says himself in videos that water is a dielectric liquid meaning it will take on electrical charge.. a high positive only will not work... it is called the water polarization process because it uses the negative to align all hydrogen sides with neg.. all oxy sides with the positive. when amps/ flowing electrons are involved it will mot work because the water will not line up uniformily to take on charge.


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Re: New theory.....the real one?
« Reply #15 on: February 22, 2009, 17:43:38 pm »
Here's something, diy 10kv dc generator, depending on the direction of the diodes it can do pos/ neg ions . So I thought why not build one of each and see what I can learn.    I http://www.uoguelph.ca/~antoon/circ/hv/hvdcgen/hvdcgen.html