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« Reply #8 on: December 06, 2022, 04:56:08 am »
That's pretty cool...thanks man :)
Would you have saved any other pictures of anything Herman :)

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« Reply #9 on: January 31, 2023, 21:22:42 pm »
That's pretty cool...thanks man :)
Would you have saved any other pictures of anything Herman :)

Sorry, I arrived late in this game. I have nothing of Herman otherwise.


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« Reply #10 on: January 31, 2023, 21:55:33 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.


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« Reply #11 on: February 01, 2023, 04:38:55 am »
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.

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« Reply #12 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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« Reply #13 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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« Reply #14 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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« Reply #15 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....

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