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VIC circuit with diode
« on: August 01, 2009, 00:14:30 am »
Looking back @ this VIC and transformer setup .

Did anybody ever see anything particular about this circuit , did anybody achieve resonance and production whatsoever ?

I'm looking @ the differences between Meyers and Puharich and they are quite substantial ...

The Stephen "Chambers" hydroxyl refilling patent is also totally different .

They are these vancouvr gadgeteers who claim to have some patent pending on AC electrolysis , but I dont trust these scammers at all ....

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Re: VIC circuit with diode
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2009, 13:03:32 pm »
there is also the honda patent where they also use high voltage spikes to split water in the middle between the plates (no electrolysis), and there are others i guess...

everyone uses another way to restrict amps while having high voltage, honda uses semiconductors, stan used the vic and so on ...
i dont think it matters how you do it, as long as you get the high voltage spikes at a relatively high frequency to hit the water.