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« Reply #88 on: October 24, 2023, 08:24:21 am »
I was In his team and he never showed anything not even a bubble I see so I cannot talk for him... I just thankful for what I learn building my cell with their drawings and for the boards and everything ... I don't forget anything.. what I'm saying is that when I asked to see more I was silenced somewhat so I got away..

Luckly I kept studying..

Meyer was a genius If he hidden all in this don't you agree?

I assume aways that I can be wrong that's maybe why I lack some motivation nowadays experiments all ideas I have but this will certainly get a try

I'm going to place some cores around water cell and give it a try
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« Reply #89 on: October 24, 2023, 09:12:25 am »
I don't know if you remember but In those old plans for building a water cell there was one that had a toroid placed above the tubes cell ... something I assume that I never tried at the time not up to now!


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« Reply #90 on: October 24, 2023, 13:21:50 pm »

When I made this video years ago, I was using a circuit that was similar to the VIC, but without the chokes.  It has only just occurred to me now that this is what I am now describing with the secondary resistance being less than the water.  The secondary that was being used for this had multiple wire stands in parallel of 24 gauge wire of only 100 turns (resulting in very low impedance), 1:1 ratio with the primary. But you see the result?  I was able to put a charge on the cell that stayed after power was turned off and produced gas from that residual charge.

The driving circuit I used was very simple and automatically tuned to the resonant frequency of the secondary and cell.
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« Reply #91 on: October 24, 2023, 13:48:19 pm »
I can tell you about i think was happening with this is that was probably consuming some metal so you was still getting electrons corroding the aligator clips probably…

i got this sometimes until i see things corrosion after a while…

when you run the electricity the metals get deposited from the aligator cilps and as they corrode back after you disconnect they will liberate some gas untill they complete oxide again

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« Reply #92 on: October 24, 2023, 14:28:29 pm »
I really am not sure I can agree with that.  This ran for hours afterwards like this.

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« Reply #93 on: October 24, 2023, 14:37:19 pm »
I really am not sure I can agree with that.  This ran for hours afterwards like this.

you commented on the video that it was being conditioned for few hours before…

Steve notice this effect too some years ago.. i think we came to that conclusion after discussing a little about it… it takes a long time for the bubbles to stop.. lets see if he can comment he may remember better…

i notice it first time with aligator clips and with other metals that was not pure stainless steel 304 or 316…

if there is anything plated to it is not pure and this ions can attach from one electrode to the other due to the electric force we are applying




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« Reply #94 on: October 24, 2023, 14:40:17 pm »
The pipes are 304 and 316L.  You can see the bubbles coming off the alligator clips too.

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« Reply #95 on: October 24, 2023, 14:42:26 pm »
The pipes are 304 and 316L.  You can see the bubbles coming off the alligator clips too.

it was probably consuming the aligator clips! i would think of that..