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Re: Stevie1001
« Reply #16 on: December 15, 2008, 19:02:11 pm »
What nuclear reaction air to air  ;D I dont think that thats enough power to start  nuclear reaction it  will stabilise as soon as it come out from exhaust pipe into the air 
Your talking like your engine is gona blow up like an atomic bomb ;D

Thats the problem , you dont "think" its gonna start a nuclear reaction . You dont "know" either , this is all speculation . Untill someone knows for sure i view this as unsafe and rightfully so .

Lets say you have an explosion thast 2.5 million times more powerful than gas in your engine , whats gonna happen to that engine ?

Stan says this , "It releases pure energy" ....  this is a nuclear reaction we are talking about here ...


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« Reply #17 on: December 21, 2008, 06:09:27 am »

Another 2 pics of work in progress.
My goal is to have 2 of those panels.
Next week number 2 will be ready. I already found me a nice plexiglas tube.'
I am gonna add these panels on the outside. Rest of tube will be coverd with alu foil for reflecting purposes, in the hope the light will bounce.


Hello Stevie
Why are you using 4 different colors is it to cover a hole range of frequencies NM.


Hi Najman,

There is indead a reason for it.
Let me try to explain:

The hydrogen is the most simple atom we know. It has 1 proton and 1 electron.
The electron circles around the proton.
This electron can orbit around the proton in different orbits. From close to far off the proton.
These defined orbits have names, like N1 N2 N3 N4 N5
Natur dictates that all electrons move towards the proton to the most inner orbit.
By moving to the proton, the electron releases photon (light) energy.
You can influence this mechanisme. When you add an electromagnetic field to the electron, it will move quicker to the proton.
Or, like mother natur does, you can add photon energy to the atom and the electron will gain energy and move towards the outer
orbit , or even LEAVE orbit.

Well...we do not want electrons in our gas.....

So, we must get those electrons out of orbit. Now, scientists discoverd the fact that atoms do not consume any light.
They found out that every orbit consumes a specific frequency and let other frequencys pass.

The reason why i use 4 specific LEDS is because i found out which frequency i need for each orbit.
The Balmenlines shows us the exact frequencys.

I hope that i can shoot / promote  the electron from inner orbit to outer orbit and then out into the free air!
I hope this is the answer on your question. ;)


"Balmer Series" or "Balmer Lines"


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« Reply #18 on: December 21, 2008, 06:23:25 am »

Nobody should attempt this without having an air ionizer to go along so we can let the UNSTABLE PARTICLES STABILIZE , this is the only way to control the nuclear reaction .

You have to find some convenient way to mix both ionized gas and unstable particles , I would never try this stuff personally in my house or anywhere close to the thing , maybe 100 feet away ...

Understanding this video perfectly and knowing how to apply the principles is essential .

Fun with ultrasonic fogger

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Re: Stevie1001
« Reply #19 on: December 21, 2008, 11:36:26 am »
Hi Steve,

Found info about ionization of gasses :

Best regards


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« Reply #20 on: December 21, 2008, 17:39:31 pm »


Thanks for the link, gonna read now ...


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« Reply #21 on: December 22, 2008, 09:28:11 am »


Frequency condition DE = hn, a form of Einstein's equation ½mv2 = hn - P

The frequency condition Ee - Ea = hn complements the equation ½mv² = hn - P, which regulates the light-electric effect (Einstein 1905), that is, the exit of electrons from metals, irradiated by short wave light. According to Einstein's concept, this process is: Energy quanta hn enter the surface layer of the body, their energy converts itself there (at least partially) into kinetic energy of electrons - the simplest concept is that one quantum of light passes its entire energy to a single electron as kinetic energy. As such an electron reaches from inside the body the surface, it has lost a part of its kinetic energy. In addition, during the passage through the surface, every electron performs work which is characteristic for the body (exit work). Those electrons will have the largest velocity, which have been excited immediately below the surface and exit perpendicularly to the surface. Their kinetic energy is ½mv² = hn - P, where v is the exit velocity, m the electron mass and P the work performed during the exit. This is the energy which can be measured outside the surface. Measurements have shown that this law is strictly realized for the entire spectral range. For most metals, the exit work lies between 1 and 3 Volt. Bohr's theory of the nuclear atom allots to the exit work P a frequency np by setting P = hnp; the term hnp corresponds to the tension Vp, which is just sufficient to remove the electron from the atom - to ionize it, whence np is also the frequency of the border of the absorption series.

If the absorbed radiation energy is insufficient to liberate an electron from an atom, nevertheless the atom's interior changes itself by raising the electron to a higher quantum orbit. It returns again the potential energy, which the atom has gained in this manner, according to the equation DE = hn as it reverts. Then no exit work is performed, whence ½mv² = hn. The energy ½mv² can also be given to the electron by the work eV, whence eV = ½mv² = hn. This equation regulates - reading from the right hand side to the left hand side - the electron release by light of the frequency n, and - reading from the left hand side to the right hand side - the generation of radiation of light (ultraviolet, X-rays) by electrons at the Volt velocity V.

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Re: Stevie1001
« Reply #22 on: January 05, 2009, 17:04:06 pm »
Hello Stevie
Any update on the diode led box did you see any improvement ?


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« Reply #23 on: January 06, 2009, 06:59:53 am »
Hey Stevie,
don't you think you should also incorporate the wavelengths for oxygen:
so, oxygen and hydrogen repel even more when trying to recombine in unstable state, and
oxygen exerts more pulling force on the electron of hydrogen.

Do you know the equations or formulas and numbers for the forces?
Electrostatic force of oxygen > electrostatic force hydrogen-electron
(or something like that)

If the reaction converts the hydrogen atom to energy, aren't we then consuming our... precious water, even though it is most abundant?
Can we expect a "peak water" in the far future? :)

Great to see someone work on the air processor, hope you succeed.
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