Author Topic: Stanley A Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator  (Read 1511 times)

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Re: Stanley Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator
« Reply #16 on: October 11, 2018, 20:55:56 pm »
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Re: Stanley Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator
« Reply #17 on: October 23, 2018, 17:08:03 pm »
hey "a noni mouse "   long time no see!!
 thanx for the page on design parameters
had already posted a summary but always good to see the original document

 use the new vpn,  2048 aes shouold be sufficient through a  tor path
here's your page as an attachement
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Re: Stanley Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator
« Reply #18 on: October 29, 2018, 22:46:28 pm »
The question i have with this tube filled with magnetisable slurry, is how it works.
Does all slurry gets magnetic at once or does the motor with wheel shops the slurry in parts and do we get a seperated pulse out of the slurry?


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Re: Stanley Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator
« Reply #19 on: October 30, 2018, 01:15:35 am »
The slurry system and magnetic gas  composed of iron argonide matrices are believed to be similar in effect in terms of  magnetic flux but have  a different configuration primarily because of the
different physical states.  The slurry systems as described in the Canadian patent is not compressible and requires alignment coils to realign the magnetic material because of the chopping or
turbulence created by passing through a mechanical pump system.  Mag-gas clusters are much smaller and are thought to maintain magnetic alignment.  As a gas, it would be able to be
compressed  ( I would recommend non magnetic Kevlar reinforced fiberglass storage of this type of  gas
The EFH1 ferro fluid has a low viscosity but would function much lie a ferrite material in an inductor rod or transformer core. It doesn't hold its magnetism well as it is composed of magnetite, light hydrocarbon oil
similar to kerosene and a suspending agent such as oleic acid  An advantage to gas systems would be higher circulation velocity due to lower density

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Re: Stanley Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator
« Reply #20 on: November 05, 2018, 15:23:32 pm »
 hey g thanks for photo   what is weight of bolt? and scale     look like a non magnetic o2 tank      but colors are argon and  rust colored  FE??

I guess we have nothing to FeAr      lol

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Re: Stanley Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator
« Reply #21 on: November 06, 2018, 09:11:04 am »
i still dont see it working....
Electricity is created by coils in which a changing magnetic field appears...
Not by a steady magnetic field

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Re: Stanley Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator
« Reply #22 on: November 06, 2018, 14:27:49 pm »
look at video showing ferrofluid spikes moving on outside of coil spring    at  about  7:22 time




MIT currently researching body armor with ferrofluid in tubes     changing the  magnetic field around ferrofluid induces changing viscosity
even approaching solid         magnetic pistons of ferrofluid in tube by magnetic accelerator    ie linear  magnetic pump   see EPG2 by sSan

EFH-1  has a low magnetic susceptibility   but  faster velocities would be possible because of lower viscosity

the B500 pump can pump 500 gph but at the reported velocity of  50 ips  under 200 gph is all that is required

it is the movement of the core of this single sided transformer  that is moving   and creating the moving  magnetic field ( as in the mag gas systems as well) wand not the pulsating

magnetic field induced by a primary winding


thank g for the pic but I have doubts about it   where did your get it?
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Re: Stanley Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator
« Reply #23 on: November 09, 2018, 15:08:18 pm »
If i'm playing a skeptic, the nut or tank or both might be magnetized

Why not show a video of the tank with a pressure gauge and release the gas
then the nut should hand more parallel to the tank.\\

also the amount of magnetic force can be related to the volume of gas released and angle of the
bolt  relative to the vertical side of the tank

or just use a small magnetometer

so g just contact the source and see if they can do that?

Safety concern:  Does inhalation of mag gas cause agglutination of red blood cells if inhaled?