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Stanley A Meyer A Link to Audio Files on Alternative Energy
« on: February 28, 2021, 20:44:45 pm »
When indexing Stanley  and Stephen Meyer publications, patents,  newspaper, magazine, videos,websites and audio files
 for an upcoming anthology, I came across a section of  Blog-talk Radio dealing with alternative energy the link
\is to all the audio files from  the Kentucky Waterfuel Cell Museum


It consisted of audio files by James A Robey interviewing people such as Stephen Meyer (Stan's brother)
and many others. There are hundreds of hours to listen to and basically represents an audio history of
the 1980's and 90' alternative energy scene.
There were 132 episodes in the catalog.

James Robey was the curator/manager of the Kentucky Water Fuel Museum (now closed) and
an author of a book on Water Powered Cars which I bought from him when he came to an Ohio conference


This posting is linked to the site where the audio files are available for free download.

There's 6 shows with interviews with Stephen Meyer
Mostly historical in nature, not a lot of technical material
 
Dates of shows with Stephen Meyer
Part 1    3/24/2007
Part 2    4/02/2007
Part 3    4/07/2007 
Part 4    4/14/2007
Part 5    5/12/2007
Part 6    6/18/2007

Jim Miller Interview  :D  9/18/2008

I found an interview with the Jim Miller from Lexington who describes his visit to
a Meyer Dealership Seminar. He describes a variable plate cell (using copper plates)
as well as witnessing the laser stimulation of oil/iron liquids (ferrofluids?) to produce electricity
  So here is direct testimony as to electrical power using a laser and ferro fluid like
compounds to produce power.!!
During this interview James Robey provided a little tidbit that Stan Meyer also had a conference/meeting
in Lexington Kentucky at one time.

link below
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"http://www.transformacomm.com/en/tech/waterfuelmuseum.htm"
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or paste search using a search engine

 http://www.transformacomm.com/en/tech/waterfuelmuseum.htm
regards jm
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Re: Stanley A Meyer A Link to Audio Files on Alternative Energy
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2021, 21:42:10 pm »
I believe each story that Stephen talks about is directly related (often not directly stated as such)to their work.I think it would be wise to take ech thing he talks about ,especially things he doesnt mention that is directly related and dissect those statements to find correlations to his work.
2 things i can remember are his discussions about carbon sticking to everything and his hydroxyl filling station where he mentions there may be a situation where we dont need to produce that much gas.
The answer to his question as to "why is snow white" in my studdies allowed " AIR" To be tbe answer.

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Re: Stanley A Meyer A Link to Audio Files on Alternative Energy
« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2021, 22:12:00 pm »
Well I listened to about 4 of the episodes by Stephen Meyer about 10 years ago and found them
to be mostly family history and anecdotes of him growing up with Stan which may give some
insights to Stan's psyche

It was pure serendipity that I stumbled upon a Jim Miller from Lexington who gave testimony
about EPGs in the 9/18/2008 show.  If I understood him correctly the tube was square,
the oil thin and that the laser was aiming down the center of the oil

One of the illustrations in the dealership manual do show a rectangle shaped EPG......



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Re: Stanley A Meyer A Link to Audio Files on Alternative Energy
« Reply #3 on: March 01, 2021, 00:43:12 am »
I believe each story that Stephen talks about is directly related (often not directly stated as such)to their work.I think it would be wise to take ech thing he talks about ,especially things he doesnt mention that is directly related and dissect those statements to find correlations to his work.
2 things i can remember are his discussions about carbon sticking to everything and his hydroxyl filling station where he mentions there may be a situation where we dont need to produce that much gas.
The answer to his question as to "why is snow white" in my studdies allowed " AIR" To be tbe answer.

That carbon sticking to everything sounds real familiar.  That's the same thing that happens whenever I fire my Plasmoid spark.  This Plasmoid is produced by a biphasic energy splitting Carbon out of CO2, as an atmospheric gas.

Hydroxyl burns with atomic Hydrogen, releasing 3 times as much energy as gasoline combustion.  However, Stan said in one of his papers that some National Security Directive requires that alternative fuel must burn with Oxygen.