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Stanley A Meyer Replicator Max Miller Interview
« on: May 25, 2013, 12:45:32 pm »
Link to Smartscarecrow interview with Max D Miller

Gary Hendershot is too far into the quantum theory to see that  Hamiltonian physics is a subset of Newton physics
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Good interview cuz you're keeping it simple

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Re: Stan Meyer Replicator Max Miller Interview
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2013, 03:44:06 am »
He is doing a good job, that one cracked me up over the magic frequency and turning the knob :)He has made me go back and re-read a cpl of Stans patents ( 5293857 & 4826581) .I wish Stan would have plainly said that strip'd ,energized ionized gasses link up to form his modulating gas.Im referring to part 45 and figure 6 of his 5293857 patent and then of course to patent 4826581. While Im wishing... might as well wish to have a look at all of his "  now abandoned " patents.
 Please as Max if he can come over here and explain what the heck does Stan mean in patent 4826581 under objects of the invention when he says "By Express Mail No. 26224690 on August 5, 1987 "
 Also ask him if he knows why Steve Meyer mentions having some of the skin of a blimp and rocket fuel paint back in the day in one of his blog talk radio interviews.
 Say Howdy to ur cuz Miller for us.
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Re: Stan Meyer Replicator Max Miller Interview
« Reply #2 on: May 26, 2013, 20:32:34 pm »
Link to Smartscarecrow interview with Max D Miller

Gary Hendershot is too far into the quantum theory to see that  Hamiltonian physics is a subset of Newton physics
Check Seattle4truth video series

Good interview cuz you're keeping it simple

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Nice interview from Max.. :)
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Re: Stan Meyer Replicator Max Miller Interview
« Reply #3 on: May 26, 2013, 22:24:34 pm »
Max seems very confident with his replication, he says he wont be 60 lpm but how much did Stan produce to be able to get an output enuff to run his car AND still hold 13 3/4 psi in his cell ?

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Re: Stan Meyer Replicator Max Miller Interview
« Reply #4 on: May 26, 2013, 22:37:49 pm »
Max seems very confident with his replication, he says he wont be 60 lpm but how much did Stan produce to be able to get an output enuff to run his car AND still hold 13 3/4 psi in his cell ?

The real question is about what type of gas Stan was producing....
Maybe Max can perform a small explosion test by popping some bubbles?
If he can compare the bangs with electrolysis bubles, we might get somewhere...