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Stanley A Meyer Liquid Laser Light Guide and EPG
« on: November 11, 2022, 14:25:46 pm »
In one of Stan Meyer's early demonstrations, he used a rectangular glass tube arrangement with mirrors at the corners to reflect laser light around the rectangle.
The tube was filled with a thin oil with suspended iron-containing particles.  This rudimentary EPG had coils about two inches wide which picked up the electrical
current generated. He later used the circular copper pathway design in the more advanced epgs     Demo seen by another Jim Miller

Here's a video showing the conduction of laser energy in a liquid 

 
water has an index of refraction of 1.33 , oils have higher indices of refraction
Stan mentions reflective surfaces such as chrome or nickel on the inner surface of the coil increase reflection of the laser energy  (as in the spherical cells
it is clear that leaser energy is being carried a fluid medium      HHO gas, plasma and ferrofluids as carriers...

     
Also check out some of the other videos showing the laser beam or beams at a slight angle to the surface boundary of air-Perspex. By adjusting
 the angle the number of reflections  in a  circular loop. By having laser nodal points which can be tuned to coincide
With the acoustic nodal points  of the  charged  nano bubbles being heated  , a gas or fluid  may have evenly spaced high energy
Zones in a circular toroid form. An array of six or so laser beams in a nozzle-like configuration with each at a slight angle to the
Reflective refraction zone may cause localized heating of the nodes.  The light node are essentially
Fixed in place within the fluid medium while the ferro magnetic particles are affected as they move
past and through these zones   The speed of the fluid can be  synchronized to the Ideal placement of where the laser beams cross
The above comments apply more to gas/and or plasma devices ( more transparent)






The existing diagrams of EPGs show a rectangular form in some of the patents with pick-up coils surrounding a channel. The terminology used by Stan is confusing, conflating LEDs with lasers as many people think of them
A likely source of laser light  (photon EPG series) would have been lower wattage survey laser in the milliwatt power range.  It is well known that smoke, dust storms, fog and water drops diffract, absorb or otherwise interfere
with laser targeting systems  Ferro-fluids are dark opaque liquids but if diluted might be able to pass some laser energy so perhaps the energy that is circulating within the photon drive systems is an electromagnetic pulse that
circulates within the iron or magnetite particles in suspension   A rotating disc chopper can be  varied in  rotational speed to vary the impulse frequency of magnetic pulse traveling down the column of ferro fluid.
 cast around it.  Since the index of refraction has no boundary between the suspended
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