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J. Miller / Re: Ionizationx Book review "No Carbon Required" Paul Adams 2022
« Last post by Login to see usernames on Today at 00:22:58 »
In my opinion, he is just another moron, talker.
There is no more experimenters, due to the frustration, and talk is just more comfortable and almost risk free...
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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on Yesterday at 23:42:12 »
Today I worked a lot on the power supply… now it’s 78% done… it misses just assembling the igbts and the coolers on place… and make the capacitor bank…

Seems like everything is going to fit in there except for the Vic… it will go in a separate box over it… I’m going to cover everything with iron so that if it explode or something I don’t get hurt…

I remember components exploding when I started my first tests…

I fell like I’m getting close… it appear to me that it will work



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J. Miller / Re: Ionizationx Book review "No Carbon Required" Paul Adams 2022
« Last post by Login to see usernames on Yesterday at 11:53:56 »
Hi Jim!

Didn’t read that book. Are we also mentioned in it, lol

If i read the index multiple persons are mentioned in it, but most of those ripped their info from other researchers and forums for years… did the author solved the technology? Nice income from copied information btw! Good job!

Thanks for sharing!

Br, Webmug

Paul Adams: “I have decided that the quickest and fairist way to get this technology adopted around the world is to go 'open-source'. That means everything is shared freely. Results, plans designs, inventions, everything. In other words, I'm not going to benefit directly by patenting any innovations. I will be happier if I see it widely implemented in my lifetime.”

No for writing a book about it!
https://ko-fi.com/hydod/posts
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The fightingboard / Re: Max Miller you are a f*cktard
« Last post by Login to see usernames on February 02, 2023, 09:21:12 am »
I am still hanging with my combi setup.
Combining normal pulsed electrolysis, with a pulsed magnetic field and with a pulsed HV spark....

cheers
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The fightingboard / Re: Max Miller you are a f*cktard
« Last post by Login to see usernames on February 02, 2023, 06:35:20 am »
Is hard to tell something I didn’t see and touch… however all I could collect Tells me that Meyer was very good at hiding!

Therefore i would never be able to have sure about that… my best guess is that he needed some power to achieve on demand production of the gas and may have pass the years improving it…

Horvath patents also talk about high amps… and we already know that voltage is equal to amps * resistance…

I think this new way of making dc combined with the water coil could make something interesting!
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The fightingboard / Re: Max Miller you are a f*cktard
« Last post by Login to see usernames on February 01, 2023, 16:09:26 pm »
Yea, he needed amps in the beginning. That's why he put an EPG on the first buggy. High amps on the primary side is much different than high amps on the secondary side. The principle of operation is revealed in the magnification that occurs to Vout over Vin.

Evolution and refinement showed that he worked to reverse the high current operation.
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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on February 01, 2023, 16:02:54 pm »
Yes bro… unlike few years ago now I’m working on irrigation systems and so Im trying to get some other sources or money however I get very limited still since I’m starting this business life. Money is limited. so as the time… anyway this thing keeps in my mind and so I won’t wait anymore… I need to keep from where I stop… every night I’m working a bit drawing schematics simulating building stuff etc…

Of course would be just symbolic value for the donations guys just to help and Steve  you are already in automatically!

I spend a lot of money along this years on all this stuff and in the time to work on it and to learn I realized that this is relevant to some people and that I can use help now…

Just for you to see how much goes

Today I bought a dril bit and a thing to make the screw of thecapacitor 100reais

Copper bar to make the confections another 50

Conectores etc 20

The big capacitor 150

Igbts 100

Diodes >200

Each core I’m using costs like 400 I’m using 6

Copper wire 85 500g and need more

Heat syncs 100 already plus some I had

 Dimmer 10kw 100

Is not being really easyzzz if my products were selling I would not really need anything…

This month I’m under with 6k and at the same time is almost impossible to count how much material I have here spending over this years….

Working on changing that situation  18 hours per day!








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The fightingboard / Re: Max Miller you are a f*cktard
« Last post by Login to see usernames on February 01, 2023, 13:15:37 pm »
That car is a waist of money, i heard.
The water tech was sold by the second owner.
So what was left was not much, i suppose.

It was gutted when i saw it. You could see the area where the cell was on the firewall, but it was yanked. I saw the huge SCR and the triple 3055 driver board.. Massive amps were being used there.. Hard to see any similarity to Stan.

Stan had several different setups.
The famous buggy on the News, was ran using massive amps.
The video where Stan is filling up the tubecell with the alternator was using massive amps as well....
When you wanna know how i know this for sure, i can tell you that i know the man  who did the interview on the video i released, in which Stan takes over the interview.
My friend touched the wires going into the cell and they were very very HOT.....
You see, not all Stans stuff is voltage only...
So there is the comparison between Anderson and Meyer.
They both used pulsed DC and some kind of Radiolysis combi to modify the gas into whatever type of gas....
If you add some watervapour or drops in an engine with that gas, you get a water powerd engine....





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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on February 01, 2023, 13:08:51 pm »

All the money went into research, is it?
I can send you a t shirt if you like  ;) 8)
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Projects by members / Re: Stan's Legacy
« Last post by Login to see usernames on February 01, 2023, 13:08:14 pm »
Pulse Width & Spacing Elongation can be used to control amplitude attenuation

It looks all good, is it. The open question is just if it all helps getting more gas or getting a gas thats in a higher energy state....
My advise is to search for an cheap 4 cylinder motorbike engine with electric starter.
Run the engine hot on petrol and then switch to the hydrogen....
Then you really can detect any change in gas quality..

I did use 3 times a laboratory in my country for analysing the gas i produced. That was expensive, but really needed. You simply cannot see a change or if you use a burner, you still dont see if anything changes....

Keep on going the good work!
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