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Stanley A Meyer The Birth of New Technology History
« on: January 12, 2013, 23:47:58 pm »
Stanley Meyers wrote four major publications or books during his lifetime. The Birth of New Technology is perhaps the most famous and consists
of a  222 page  (approx.) coil bound book that was sold via mail and at the various seminars and presentations in which Stan participated.

Most original copies have a blue cover with the pages slotted to accept the coil binding  spine.  Additonally, there are digital copies  available on the internet
that are in pdf format. Some of these copies have been run through an OCR process which causes nicely legible but sometimes spurious characters. 
Note also that some of the internet versions include additions of subsequent work by Lawton et al. which adds color photographs of Professor Lawton's work which'
yileds a page count of 234.

There are also earler extended 1986 versions in existence that have 260 pages. These earlier examples used same trapezoidal window format as the early
Dealership Sales Manuals

Covers (see attachtments)

Image 1 Pickens source

Image 2 Ionizationx  This is the cover from the pdf that steve posted in 2012

Image 3 Ionizationx This is a black and  white rescan  from Jan 2013 from another borrowed copy (Note different wear marks)
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Re: Stan Meyers The Birth of New Technology History
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2013, 01:53:58 am »
Stanley Meyers produced four major publications during his lifetime. The Birth of New Technology is perhaps the most famous and consists
of a  222 page  (approx.) coil bound book that was sold via mail and at the various seminars and presentations in which Stan participated.

Most original copies have a blue cover with the pages slotted to accept the coil binding  spine.  Additonally there are copies  available on the internet
that are in pdf format. Some of these copies have been run through an OCR process which causes nicely legible but sometimes spurious
characters.  Also some versions include additions of subsequent work by Lawton et al. which adds color photographs of Professor Lawton's work.
There are extended versions in existence from 1995 that have 260 pages

Covers
Image 1 Pickens source

Image 2 Ionizationx  This is the cover from the pdf that steve posted in 2012

Image 3 Ionizationx This is a black and  white rescan  from Jan 2013 from another borrowed copy (Note different wear marks)

The cover on my 1986 version looks almost identical to the Dealership Sales Manual.
The difference is that Technical Brief is printed on the front where as the DSM has a little window cut in the cover to let the black and white type through from th title page.

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Re: Stan Meyers The Birth of New Technology History
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2013, 04:31:49 am »
@Meyerandme:
Thank you for all the valuable information and documentation that you have posted for Meyer researchers and dedicated WFC replicators here at ionizationx.com.  Your generosity speaks volumes of who you are and what you are made of.  These efforts are appreciated immensely.

It would sure be helpful to view a copy of the extended 260 page technical brief as many are trying to put all of the pieces to the puzzle together despite the missing pieces.

Again, thank you for your contributions and your valuable time.


Sincerely,

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Re: Stan Meyers The Birth of New Technology History
« Reply #3 on: January 13, 2013, 12:01:58 pm »
You are correct. Perhaps one reason that there have been difficulties in replicating Stan's work may have its roots in a typo or omission
in some of the formulas. Some of the other researchers on other HHO sites as well as here are working to resolve this issue