### Author Topic: Dan Danforth replication of Stan Meyer's work, after a meeting with Stan.  (Read 21684 times)

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##### Re: Dan Danforth replication of Stan Meyer's work, after a meeting with Stan.
« Reply #32 on: December 03, 2012, 11:04:10 am »
Aways good to see this kind of good feeling!

soon i will post my conclusions from my experiments... can be really nice....

i found some things that were missing to complete those theories and put to work... soon i will come up with some good new i hope...
Great Sebosfato.i'm waiting that good news.

thanks
geenee

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##### Re: Dan Danforth replication of Stan Meyer's work, after a meeting with Stan.
« Reply #33 on: December 03, 2012, 19:06:55 pm »
Guys i discovered meyer secret.
Its all about charging the inductor with one frequency and discharge with other.

Example

1 joule = 1 watt / second

If you charge the inductor with one watt in one second and than discharge this inductor in 1 nano second you are creating a 1 Giga joule discharge.

The secret is the collapse of the field as i explained in the last post.

again
The pulse that charge the transformer is at one frequency but have a 99,99% duty cycle... thus the discharge occurs in 0,01% of the period thus it is about 10000 times smaller...

than voltage perform work

I will end here and let you take your conclusions.
Hi Sebosfato,

This is what I also think is part of the answer to how Meyer's WFC works, good to see that I'm not alone
in this.
I believe the voltage would rise to hilarious levels during the collapse of the EMF, to the point of it being
able to create a spark in a spark plug.
Keep up the good work

With this we can generate UNIPOLAR PULSES with (AC or DC CHARGING) CHOKES as a critically damped oscillator.
http://open-source-energy.org/forum/attachment.php?aid=1102

Br,
Webmug