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The fightingboard / xenobots curse or blessing
« Last post by Login to see usernames on December 03, 2021, 23:06:14 pm »
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q librarian12   are xenobots dangerous?,
a for librarian12  There may be uses in ecology if they are programmed to eat nano particles of plastic
                            Since they are self replicating cells and need to be fed,  could xenobots be programmed
                            to consume  red blood cells as a means or reducing the red blood cells in certain leukemias?

                            It would  be interesting to see if that could eat magnetized particles as a substitute for ferrrofluids
                            and then direct medicines to certain site in the body
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J. Miller / Stanley A Meyer Gas Matrix Stabilization
« Last post by Login to see usernames on December 02, 2021, 22:04:21 pm »
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Longitudinal waves, the secret? / Re: Longitudinal waves, the secret?
« Last post by Login to see usernames on December 02, 2021, 11:35:49 am »
As you all know by now, i started this forum to show my personal progres on the water as a fuel projects. Later on, it became some sort of wiki.
A collection of knowledge. Probably a bit unstructured, but you can find a lot of info here by now.

One of my brain farts was about these longitudinal waves. I wondered if thats was used by meyer etc etc.

Today i spent hours watching the bob boyce speaches.
Remember, i tried a series cell with a so called bb toroid.
Now bob explained some more on his system.
He clearly states that he used scalar longitudinal waves on the three primary coils.
He also uses it for his water smacker and battery smacker products.
He pulses his three primary coil very shortly.
Femto seconds long pulses.
As we all know, current follows voltage.
If you pulse a coil so short, then you create a path for current, but the current is switched off.
But the coil is totally preperred for it, so it pulls energy from the environment. Or zero point.
The collapse of the coil creates an scalar wave longitudinal wave.
Now the most important thing bob tells is that these waves CHARGE WATER.
So, with almost no current, we create a situation in a toroid with coils, that charges water.
He also stated to use a bias voltage current steady thru your watercell. You need the electrons, he said.
That part is wierd for me....Maybe just on the electrodes? At least he said it needed to prevent re combination of the atoms into water again after we took it apart....


Ok, enough for now.
Your comments?
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J. Miller / Re: Stanley A Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator Improved Design
« Last post by Login to see usernames on November 28, 2021, 16:24:03 pm »
An update to design

The reduction  in resistance to flow of liquids and gases in the EPG spirals by reducing the number of 90 and 45 degree fittings is a design improvement
that would likely reduce resistance to flow on the order of  about 10% in the single tier EPG series
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J. Miller / Re: Stanley A Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator Improved Design
« Last post by Login to see usernames on November 28, 2021, 16:12:41 pm »
Stable magnetic slurries can be made
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General Discussion / Re: Stan Meyer Patent search....U.S. Ser. No. 302,807
« Last post by Login to see usernames on November 22, 2021, 21:16:53 pm »
Just saving everyone's time and frustration.

Andrija Puharich talks about resonance to be the most current with the less power applied, Meyer talks the opposite with almost same circuit (inductors and transformer) with exception of the diode.

Everyone who think by their own head will question all of this.
with serie resonance, thats what it is. Current and also voltage. out of phase......The voltage creates the "pressure" and then the current can boost in. That how you get lots of current going thru a wfc...

now the question is: how high can you go with voltage to charge up a bifilar coil? What are the upper borders?
Of course it depends on the amount of windings and wire resistance, but still...
Lets say, we take a ferriet core with 400 bif windings...
How high can you go with volts?
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J. Miller / Stanley A Meyer EPG Modification to Improve Ferro Fluid Velocity
« Last post by Login to see usernames on November 22, 2021, 16:03:52 pm »
Mechanical Pump EPG

If one closely examines the images of the Mechanical Drive EPG, it is seen that the copper pipe is spiraled  3 and 1/4 loops
This is a result of the input and output openings being at right angles to each other on the B500 Little Giant pump.
To connect the pump to the spiraled pipe, two 90 degree elbow fittings are used. as well as a reducing coupler.
 
A useful reference to consider for many engineering problems is  The Engineering Toolbox.
link  https://www.engineeringtoolbox.com

A suggestion to eliminate the 90 angles was suggested at one of the Bremen Conferences. (2019)

The Engineering Toolbox site has a chart showing the effect on flow vs. type of fitting or coupling and the equivalent length of pipe

It seems to indicate that the use of 2 very gradual 90  degree  fittings  (ie. large radius) might improve flow by reducing turbulence caused by a sharp 90 degree elbow fitting.

link is--   https://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/equivalent-length-copper-pipe-fittings-d_1670.html

A 90 degree elbow is equivalent to adding  12 inches of pipe
A 45 degree elbow is equivalent to adding 6 inches of pipe


Thus by removing the 90 degree elbow after the alignment coil and instead continuing
with a curve of the tubing with a bend of 5 cm, turbulence and rheological flow
impediments are reduced by about 2%

Likewise the elimination of the 90 degree elbow from the spiraled core to the input to the
mechanical pump is also reducing the equivalent pipe length by another 2% .
Since the length of tubing in the mechanical  drive EPG is approximately 51 feet, this would be a reduction in effective length of 2 feet or about 4%


So in summary, the suggestion to eliminate two 90 angled connectors appears to be a good one, with about a 4% reduction in
turbulence and resistance to flow of liquids 
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General Discussion / Re: Stan Meyer Patent search....U.S. Ser. No. 302,807
« Last post by Login to see usernames on November 22, 2021, 14:36:50 pm »
Just saving everyone's time and frustration.

Andrija Puharich talks about resonance to be the most current with the less power applied, Meyer talks the opposite with almost same circuit (inductors and transformer) with exception of the diode.

Everyone who think by their own head will question all of this.
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General Discussion / Re: Stan Meyer Patent search....U.S. Ser. No. 302,807
« Last post by Login to see usernames on November 21, 2021, 17:23:25 pm »
its just a very leaky capacitor.....
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General Discussion / Re: Stan Meyer Patent search....U.S. Ser. No. 302,807
« Last post by Login to see usernames on November 21, 2021, 17:22:50 pm »
Nobody has to follow a patent in order to make something to work.

It is more than proved that there is nothing true about that in the patent.
Some can argue back and forth but in the end there is no sucessfull replication of this work, not in the condiitons mentioned in the patents.

The only way to do this is start from the earlier work and try to find out how to improve that.

Forget miracle claims of no amps, it will consume power whatever you like it or not.
The difference is there will not be a chemical reaction, there will be no additives to the water and there will not be any reaction with the electrodes, chemically.
Patent figures was just exagerated to be distinct from electrolysis and grant the patent.
And there is no f*cking capacitor WFC, just a non linear resistor.

that came out of your hart  ;D
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