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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #16 on: January 12, 2022, 13:06:01 pm »
Sorry again.  I wasn't demanding discussion; I just felt it was a little rude to ask me to post something, then blow it off.

If you want to find the resonant em frequency, take the MEV value of the reaction, then convert it with Boltzmann's Constant.  Every voltage has a corresponding frequency, every frequency has a wavelength,  every wavelength has a temperature.

The forums are quiet?  The time is coming when only the Trolls are left, waiting for someone to say something important, so they can jump in with an overwhelming distraction.

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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #17 on: January 19, 2022, 21:30:22 pm »
The point of this whole thread is to find out if anyone saw Stan's setup with two VICs.  I saw two EPGs under the dune buggy hood.  And that 'pickup coil'  being slightly smaller than the primary, could easily be switched in as a higher frequency driver winding.  That higher, substitute pulse frequency could be switched in during the 'supposed' relaxation time.  Any free electrons could be extracted with the top ring and a different circuit.

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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #18 on: January 20, 2022, 05:25:39 am »
Check with Bob Boyce  I think one of his early devices output  had a 3 frequency output for use in the early plate HHO generators

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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #19 on: January 21, 2022, 00:20:38 am »
Check with Bob Boyce  I think one of his early devices output  had a 3 frequency output for use in the early plate HHO generators

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Thanks, that's completely new to me.  I'll check into it.

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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #20 on: January 21, 2022, 10:14:31 am »
Bob used 3 frequencys, yes.
The bob setup in a couple of words:
He used a bias DC voltage of 1.3v a constant strait DC.
The pulses of the three frequencies are very very short pulses. The theory is to use non herzian charges.
These scalar waves are very good in charging water....

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Re: Did Meyer Use Two Frequencies?
« Reply #21 on: December 06, 2022, 01:08:46 am »
Actually, Bob used 6 frequencies. Each of the 3 channels, had a Gated Pulse waveform. And, if you've ever listened to your electricity, you'll hear both tones being reproduced and can tune to combinations that produce musical chords.  :)

Then, of course, the shared toroid and LC tank were subject to hetero-dyning as well. Exponential harmonics are created from that effect. I built a 4 channel version, similar to Bedini/Rife 4wave mixer. Ironically, it's the same exact process of modulation.

What's the difference between Gating and Amplitude Modulation?  1 picoVolt :)

Stan's use of gradient voltage bursts, effecting Resonant Action in the spherical cavity, were also a form of tonal modulation. Leo Fender did it in 1970  with the infamous Bias Wiggle :)

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