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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #24 on: September 21, 2019, 21:48:52 pm »
Who saw anytime the dune buggy running on the water fuel cell injectors or the resonant cavities?
There is no evidence on video or pictures that his devices really worked as he stated.

There is a picture of Stan near to the Spherical resonant cavity and the controller but it does not proove that it worked...

The electrical polarization process was nothing but plain electrolysis

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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #25 on: September 21, 2019, 22:29:32 pm »
Who saw anytime the dune buggy running on the water fuel cell injectors or the resonant cavities?
There is no evidence on video or pictures that his devices really worked as he stated.

There is a picture of Stan near to the Spherical resonant cavity and the controller but it does not proove that it worked...

The electrical polarization process was nothing but plain electrolysis

Have you read my comments on the spark cell?
Btw....ill guess Stan made deuterium...

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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #26 on: September 21, 2019, 23:58:14 pm »
Well, one can't rule out a LENR or a Mizuno process taking place.  The presence of calcium and other larger atomic weight atoms  have been reported in Cold fusion cells\
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There have also been reports of copper showing up the the Italian E-Cat systems  that used  powder nickel. 

i don't recall seeing analysis of water from the  hho cells checking for radioactivity or change in soluble metals.  I always wondered if the reddish coloration
of the water in the vertical cluster array tube sets was due to corrosion of  rusted bolts or release of iron from austinic iron crystals from the stainless steel tubes
being used
 I guess a water test or the used of a surplus guiger counter might provide insight.   

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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #27 on: September 22, 2019, 05:30:35 am »
My two cents on it is that he is geting that neutron to decay from oxygen isotopes... there are oxygen atoms that are not so stable, having one or more neutrons so it has a 17 or 18 mass

there are other isotopes also present.. for example the electrolyte can liberate neutrons too... the time is very slow but i guess from some dozen patents i read that high electric fields stimulate them  to decay


when this neutron is released (under normal situation) it will decay into a hydrogen atom after 11minutes... but if is in the midle of a high voltage combustion well i guess it will indeed explode decaying

i hard to tell...

would you like to explain little more about this gotoluc cold fusion?


The Water Sparkplug circuit (WSP) is something I ran across around ten years ago, back at the Energetic Forum.  It's basically a capacitor powered ignition coil wired up so that the cap fires the coil, then dumps the rest of its charge through the ignition coil's spark, producing a plasma.  The leader of the forum was fixated with the plasma, because it was cold, and led the other researchers at the forum to try (and try) to get this cold plasma effect to ignite some water vapor inside an internal combustion engine.  I was excited about it because there were two parts to the circuit.  The capacitor has a blocking diode which connects it to the spark gap once the coil's output reverse biases the diode into conduction.  But the ignition coil circuit has enough potential that it will also work when the blocking diode is replaced with a spark gap.  The big difference is that the 'plasmoid' in this gap is HOT.  It's a really simple Plasma Power Supply circuit, similar to what I like to use, since the capacitor is charged with Low Voltage, while the coil produces a High Voltage plasmoid.  Members at the EF only used the ignition coil's plasma spark, while I only use the side with the capacitor's spark gap.  They're not the same thing.  (See the first attachment).  When I wire this up with a MOT powered cap driving a second MOT, I get a pinkish colored spark.  The small amount of red in the spark likely comes from Hydrogen being electrolyzed from atmospheric humidity.  However, when I fired my 7.5 kV Injector with a little bit of water in it, and a Magnetron ring magnet on top, it produced a soft ball sized deep red fire ball.

I also did another independent experiment, with my HV plasmoid circuit, rather than the WSP.  Using my gradient plate mini particle accelerator, with a concave reflector in front of it, the plasmoid beam was reflected back into itself, producing what I believe was a fusion reaction.  I later recognized the similarity of my reflector to Stan's Heat Deflector Shield, shown in Fig. 4 of his patent.  (See the second attachment).  However, his reflection illustration is erroneous (perhaps on purpose?).  The ions travel straight out, then reflect inwards, in a cone shape, rather than outwards as he shows.  That's why I call my system a Reflex Beam Fusion spark.  The point of this cone, overlapping the oncoming beam it penetrates, is where the fusion occurs.  THEN the ions move outwards.  Stan also left out two very important connections in his drawing, based on my own experiment.  And I can see a simple addition - which he shows somewhere else - to the injector of Fig. 3 which could cause the output beam to focus into a cone, like an electrostatic Z-pinch, without reflection.  With Oxygen LENR, the mean free path at the point of the cone could be small enough to allow energetic collisions with enough force to cause neutron decay.  THIS is probably what he was doing with the dune buggy.  As a result of the Cold Fusion or, in the alternative, LENR reactions, he was getting far more energy in the combustion cylinders than was required to be put in.  And I think I've figured out a solution to his issue of the reflector/heat deflector melting, no matter what substance he tried using. 

In the LENR reaction he describes in the patent (calling it "Cold Fusion"), an excited Oxygen atom undergoes stimulated neutron decay, converting the Oxygen into a Fluorine atom, accompanied by the release of Thermal energy.  However, with my experiment, the output from the Injector was yellow, and the point of the reflection cone was an extremely bright, pure white color, no green from Oxygen.  And, at that potential, no red from humidity based Hydrogen.  I didn't have any electrolysis at this point, just normal air.  My yellow plasmoid is based on ionized Carbon Dioxide, at normal atmospheric pressure.  And, as it turns out, there is a FUSION reaction which involves Carbon joining with Oxygen to produce Iron, which I think is what mine was doing.  See the third attachment, found at this url:

rexresearch.com/ohsawa/ohsawa.htm

In his patent, Stan indicates that heat from combustion is an element in the 'Fusion' excitation process.  I produced this heat through a brute force electrical discharge (500 Joules), but, based on Stan's track record, it's likely that far less electrical energy, in the form of EMF plus CEMF, would be needed if heat from hho were incorporated into the system.  So I think that's what he was doing.

Now that the VIC has been shown to split water, the same circuit, at a somewhat higher potential, can quite possibly be used to convert a normal Injector into a Fusion Torch.  With very little energy input.