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Stan used AMPS, big time!
« on: March 20, 2009, 11:07:23 am »
Hi folks,

Well, i am dropping the bom, right now, right here.
Look at page 15 of the pdf viewer or page 13 of his patent.
Line 1 till 10 of that page.

He states:
he hooked up his hydrogen generator to his powersource. ( probably a battery)
Then he used the alternator and hooked it up to that generator and he could compensate the powerconsumtion drastically from his battery.

The question to you all: Do you read the same as i do?

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Re: Stan used AMPS, big time!
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2009, 12:55:32 pm »
the AMPs come out of the water, the water is an electrical source as well as a gas source.

In electrolysis you put amps into the water to stabilize the atoms after they separate so the atoms get filled up with electrons and wont join up again.
In the wfc you take amps out of the water to destabilize the atoms after they separate so the atoms remain repulsively charged and wont join up again.
(180 degrees out of phase)

Stan says in the NZ video if you put 100 volts across the the EEC you can pull 100 amps out of the water for 10 kW of power.

The high voltage breakdown of the water molecules release electrons into the water bath which can be considered amp-flow, but it is a result, and not a cause.


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Re: Stan used AMPS, big time!
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2009, 15:50:51 pm »
I agree with Stevie...

After 2 years experimenting, I just don't see how anyone will be able to put any high voltage low amps across water, to cause it to break using voltage potential only....

I hope someone will prove me wrong.

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Re: Stan used AMPS, big time!
« Reply #3 on: March 20, 2009, 17:17:06 pm »
Thats because you are just not innovating Jolt , This is a phycal process on the water molecule , not a chemical one , remember that . The molecule is moving in a certain way and being affected by certain forces , *voltage* is the tool Stan used , let voltage do work .

Theres this opposing wave that can be replicated by anyone and has been proven to have exactly the same waveform ,  in the best condition this always results on 0 voltage across the cell , this does something to the water  . But that alone wont produce gas , we know this ...

So now we must work by elimination ., there is a sequence here where the molecule is weakened at some point in time and thats when we *pull* with our real voltage . You have to understand this and stop thinkin *dielectric breakdown by voltage* ... You have to stop banging your head against the wall , everytime you get hurt and there is blood on the floor , you must find a new way to break the wall .

I made a montage of what I think the Stephen meyers waveform represents , not sure if this is good .


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Re: Stan used AMPS, big time!
« Reply #4 on: March 20, 2009, 17:46:17 pm »
Well, thank you people for responding on your own ways, but NOBODY respons to the text I found.
Please do read it carefull!
And please tell me what you read!

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Re: Stan used AMPS, big time!
« Reply #5 on: March 20, 2009, 18:04:17 pm »
That text is nothing , nothing but contradiction...

Stan Meyers uncovered ALOT of stuff in ten years , he discovered the secret to the creation of the universe in 10 years trust me .

That patent is nothing .

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Re: Stan used AMPS, big time!
« Reply #6 on: March 20, 2009, 20:57:08 pm »
Well Dankie, I respect your opinion, you may be right. but I have been there and done that and exausted all my abilities...

Maybe one day I will return to  HV Low Amps testing... but for now I will be working on it known and proven to work

High AMPS Low volts.



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Re: Stan used AMPS, big time!
« Reply #7 on: March 20, 2009, 21:24:16 pm »
May be right ?

I am right , I am sure of this .

It might not be exactly as I say it is but its along those lines , this opposing wave is doing something .
« Last Edit: March 20, 2009, 22:09:25 pm by Dankie »