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What if....which part would you choose?
« on: May 23, 2011, 14:31:44 pm »
Hi members,

I want to do some thinking with you about the following theory.
I just want to turn the thinking around. a 180 degrees......

It is known that when you apply for a patent, that you might leave 1 component out to protect the finding.
It is also known that Stan Meyer was very suspicious against everybody and that he dismanteld some components from his car during the time he was out or at sleep.
So, here's the question:
What kind of component(s) do we miss?
What part could have been removable which we do not know about?

My theory is that it MUST have been the MOST important part of it all. Probably a part that MUST be installed in the waterfuelcell. Without that part, the High voltage would not work......
Without that part, no efficiency will be achieved....

So, again....what kind of component could it be?



Steve



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Re: What if....which part would you choose?
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2011, 15:06:36 pm »
A diode...

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Re: What if....which part would you choose?
« Reply #2 on: May 23, 2011, 18:52:50 pm »
I think we need to get deeper into applying what we already know.. I think there are some variances that are not specified in the pictures or schematics..  like the exact core perm.. I don't think anyone has tried multiple transformer cores with a replica of Stan's transformer and his circuitry..   We cant label this tech as missing something until we have applied the different available variances that can be applied with the information we currently have... I think the transformer is the focus at the present time since the transformer is where the high voltage is being generated.. stans circuit does as he explains from what i see..

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Re: What if....which part would you choose?
« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2011, 20:58:40 pm »
I was more thinking in somekind of ultrasone module orso...

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Re: What if....which part would you choose?
« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2011, 04:04:44 am »
Steve, great post!
i've been wondering the same thing, some part that we don't now about that makes the whole thing work. Maybe it could have to do with treating the water before it enters the cell, just an idea.
 
outlawstc; i agree, we need to try differnt core options. It be nice if we could find a core size with many different material options so we could just transfer the bobbins from one to the other.

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Re: What if....which part would you choose?
« Reply #5 on: May 24, 2011, 04:26:39 am »
@Steve:
I've been told from one source (someone who was very close to Stan) that Stan always disabled his tubular array cell after every demonstration.  He DID remove a key component which rendered the cell inoperable until it was reattached.  I have been asking myself this same question you have posted in this new thread for a while now.
 
Everything in plain sight while he is demonstrating the unit (or the unit via the dune buggy) has been pretty well photographed and recorded on video so it would not make sense to remove anything clearly visible.  I was speculating that whatever Meyer removed was probably something housed in an enclosure such as electrical control box/enclosure. 
 
Just a thought,
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Re: What if....which part would you choose?
« Reply #6 on: May 24, 2011, 05:54:41 am »
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Re: What if....which part would you choose?
« Reply #7 on: May 24, 2011, 08:45:04 am »
A capacitor could make all difference, capacitances are thing that can be hidden very well, just changing the placement of a thing you can alter the capacitances... a simple switch that changes the area of metal connected to a tuned circuit could change the tuning....
My 2 cents