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Meyer's rejected patents applications
« on: January 27, 2023, 07:26:34 am »
This came from Ai..
Would be nice to see em if it's true.

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Re: Meyer's rejected patents applications
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2023, 13:53:19 pm »
How we find them?

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Re: Meyer's rejected patents applications
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2023, 18:54:44 pm »
Good question
Here's it's answer

The US Patent and Trademark Office does not keep records of rejected patents. However, if Stanley Meyers filed a patent application, you can search the published patent databases to see if the application was published. You can search using keywords or the name of the inventor. Additionally, you may be able to gain access to Meyers' patent application file which would contain information about the rejection of his patent. In order to access this file, you would need to submit a request to the USPTO Freedom of Information/Privacy Office.

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Re: Meyer's rejected patents applications
« Reply #3 on: January 28, 2023, 00:35:26 am »
are u going to make it?

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Re: Meyer's rejected patents applications
« Reply #4 on: January 28, 2023, 02:22:43 am »
meyer and nutrinos?
Thats interesting  :)

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Re: Meyer's rejected patents applications
« Reply #5 on: January 28, 2023, 19:34:15 pm »
I found a wiki about it… seem to talk about Meyer technology somehow


They talk about catalysis and that some noble prize like Steve chu found it non sense…

I believe it’s the universal energy Meyer talks about… It seem this guys wrote a book of new Physics concepts I got curious About ir…

When we get hydrogen molecules to adsorb in a palladium matrix it would lose its electron momentarily so perhaps the whole deal could be simply to have a palladium matrix of such that hydrogen could be pressed from one side and its electron maybe drawn thru a circuit… such a palladium filter or maybe screen could be useful for testing…

You remember the quenching circuit?

More on this

A porous ceramic could form a capacitor where this hydrogen is forced to pass under pressure…

Like a sort of fuel cell but with one pole

The other side of the coin would be the increased thermal explosive energy and after that it would result in a positive charged gas…

I believe the quenching circuit has a lot to do with it…

I believe for having a decent ionization I need current to flow and for it to happen the air must flow on the positive and negative sides… so the negative I assume to be the exhaust of the gas after combustion…and the positive the air gas processor

Meyer talked about oxygen missing electrons would increase the reaction or help the hydrogen keep charged so it can explode strong

Meyer patent about it show a burner!! And there is even a plate over it…

After all is all about extracting atomic energy from the water molecule formation

There are some technologies for ceramic electrolyte I have studied some… at university we had a hydrogen fuel cell tecnologia course

There is something called the triple junction that is the medium conducting usually carbon, the cathalyst usually platinum, and the electrolyte… this form the electrode where the gas passa thru… so when the hydrogen meet this three phase junction it gives up its electron and it’s electron will discharge on the other electrode where oxygen is at the same rate burning on the same fashion but it uses the electron in the reaction so basically the hydrogen is the negative electrode…

The problem in electrolysis is this same build up of voltage caused by hydrogen accumulation…

The cell outputs water vapor in the oxygen line and I remember there is some kind of condensation.. it need to be in a certain uniform to work well…

https://repositorio.ufu.br/bitstream/123456789/15129/1/cris.pdf


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Re: Meyer's rejected patents applications
« Reply #6 on: January 31, 2023, 17:01:29 pm »
Meyer and Anderson and i think all others were creating some kind of isotope of hydrogen and or oxygen...
So find out what kind of gas comby you need and go try to create it.
Otherwise, you end up with pretty simple electrolysis...
It seems that Meyer and Anderson both were stripping electrons....Dealing with monotomic hydrogen which can bond easely with many other particles, like neutrons, Oxygen etc in any shape or form.

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