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Re: Complete VIC Circuit!
« Reply #16 on: June 22, 2011, 09:10:52 am »
Hi Tony
Can you sell my only schematic of the whole circuit?
How many I must pay for it?
Thank Tony
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Re: Complete VIC Circuit!
« Reply #17 on: June 22, 2011, 09:21:04 am »
We all appreciate your work, but would like to understand - is it worth spending big money on your scheme (300\$ * 10 times)
or make sense to dig in another direction.

What do you mean by "300\$ * 10 times"

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Re: Complete VIC Circuit!
« Reply #18 on: June 22, 2011, 09:21:53 am »
Hi Tony
Can you sell my only schematic of the whole circuit?
How many I must pay for it?
Thank Tony
andy

Sorry Andy the schematics aren't for sale.

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Re: Complete VIC Circuit!
« Reply #19 on: June 22, 2011, 12:38:11 pm »
We all appreciate your work, but would like to understand - is it worth spending big money on your scheme (300\$ * 10 times)
or make sense to dig in another direction.

What do you mean by "300\$ * 10 times"

I mean that Stanley used at least 10 circuits with 10 VIC's to power his resonant cavity. Every single cell inside the resonant
cavity was wired in series, but whole cavity was connected to all of 10 VIC's in parallel. Complete Meyer's system was tuned
for series connection to VIC's. When one of the VIC stores energy, the next issue it to the cell. The process is similar to RVIC.

So, i think we need 10 circuits with 10 VIC transformers to complete system and one most important circuit, which controls
the operation of all these circuits and VIC's. This is the missed part of Meyer's system.

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Re: Complete VIC Circuit!
« Reply #20 on: June 22, 2011, 12:42:40 pm »

My thoughts exactly. Who has \$3,000 to get 10 circuits?
If a 'discovery' comes out on the vic coils, will they be \$300 each? \$500 each?
It seems people will start in their own directions, slowing down the work once again.
If by chance common sense returns, a full disclosure may allow Stan's work to continue freely.
That is a lot of \$\$\$ for an experimental system, even in USD.

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Re: Complete VIC Circuit!
« Reply #21 on: June 22, 2011, 13:28:34 pm »
We all appreciate your work, but would like to understand - is it worth spending big money on your scheme (300\$ * 10 times)
or make sense to dig in another direction.

What do you mean by "300\$ * 10 times"

I mean that Stanley used at least 10 circuits with 10 VIC's to power his resonant cavity. Every single cell inside the resonant
cavity was wired in series, but whole cavity was connected to all of 10 VIC's in parallel. Complete Meyer's system was tuned
for series connection to VIC's. When one of the VIC stores energy, the next issue it to the cell. The process is similar to RVIC.

So, i think we need 10 circuits with 10 VIC transformers to complete system and one most important circuit, which controls
the operation of all these circuits and VIC's. This is the missed part of Meyer's system.

Thanks.
One circuit (PLL) was controlling one VIC transformer and was connected to one resonance cell.
Each cell is an isolated cavity where water flows through. One large cavity has 10 cells in it.
One PLL is tuned on resonance for one VIC transformer and tuned for resonant action for one cell.

How would you tune a cell if they are all in series / parallel connected? Could you just use 1 VIC en 1 control pcb for it? Guess not.
10 cells make more gas at the same time.

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Re: Complete VIC Circuit!
« Reply #22 on: June 22, 2011, 13:35:41 pm »
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My thoughts exactly. Who has \$3,000 to get 10 circuits?
If a 'discovery' comes out on the vic coils, will they be \$300 each? \$500 each?
It seems people will start in their own directions, slowing down the work once again.
If by chance common sense returns, a full disclosure may allow Stan's work to continue freely.
That is a lot of \$\$\$ for an experimental system, even in USD.

build one of these circuits and see how much it cost ..  one of mine has over 100 bucks in it..  then the time it takes to put all the parts on it... 300 is fair... the goal is to make one and get results then worry about the other 9..