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Offline Bob Smith

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Re: Stan Meyer's Initial Technology Replicated
« Reply #75 on: February 17, 2016, 03:33:09 PM »
Sea Money,
I had seen some posts back in 2007 that seemed to indicate that resonance was the direction for proceeding, but for various reasons, these went quiet.  Eric Dollard's brief explanation that Chessnyt picked up seem in keeping with this idea - not by electrolysis but by dissolving intramolecular bonds with dielectricity (hi voltage, no current) at resonance.  (In one of his early Borderlands videos, EPD shows how resonance will separate dielectricity/voltage from magnetism/amperage - something replicated by Kurt Kinen on YouTube). John Myatt's posts also seem to be in keeping with EPD's explanation.  I think there are a few different ways to skin this cat, but they seem to have dielectricity, resonance and dissolution of molecular bonds (not electrolysis) in common.  I can't comment on Myatt's setup further than that because I haven't built it.  I initially became interested in his posts because of the regenerative feedback aspect, which I believe could be applied to a number of different energetic initiatives. That said, I think it has to be done carefully and with proper safety, as the voltage can climb quite fast to dangerous levels.
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Re: Stan Meyer's Initial Technology Replicated
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Re: Stan Meyer's Initial Technology Replicated
« Reply #76 on: February 18, 2016, 05:03:31 AM »
Look at the schematic at 38 seconds into this video, and again at 1:11. I don't have time to translate it now. John Myatt also talks about the blocking diode; same principle, I believe:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Goyvk9tT86c
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Re: Stan Meyer's Initial Technology Replicated
« Reply #77 on: February 18, 2016, 11:02:51 AM »
Look at the schematic at 38 seconds into this video, and again at 1:11. I don't have time to translate it now. John Myatt also talks about the blocking diode; same principle, I believe:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Goyvk9tT86c
Bob

There is another aspect to this so called "blocking diode", many haven't considered.  Keep in mind a diode is also a switch; a pretty fast switch too.  It is quite possible this diode creates a particular delay due to its switching speed that creates a very high frequency harmonic--possibly undetectable on the oscilloscope unless you are looking for it.  This high frequency harmonic may very well be responsible for the unlocking effect if its timing is just right to match that of the molecular bonds in water.

I mention this because Akula posted a video some time back where he was adding semiconductor gate delays to some device he was working on to achieve a very specific nanosecond delay.

I would be very curious if anyone actively working on a Stan Meyer VIC has tried using many different types/brands of diodes to see if they get wildly varying results.


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Re: Stan Meyer's Initial Technology Replicated
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Re: Stan Meyer's Initial Technology Replicated
« Reply #78 on: February 18, 2016, 04:19:03 PM »
There is another aspect to this so called "blocking diode", many haven't considered.  Keep in mind a diode is also a switch; a pretty fast switch too.  It is quite possible this diode creates a particular delay due to its switching speed that creates a very high frequency harmonic--possibly undetectable on the oscilloscope unless you are looking for it.  This high frequency harmonic may very well be responsible for the unlocking effect if its timing is just right to match that of the molecular bonds in water.

I mention this because Akula posted a video some time back where he was adding semiconductor gate delays to some device he was working on to achieve a very specific nanosecond delay.

I would be very curious if anyone actively working on a Stan Meyer VIC has tried using many different types/brands of diodes to see if they get wildly varying results.
@Dog-One:
The SCR is my preference.  It acts as a diode BUT it automatically turns itself off when the supply voltage is broken in a DC circuit (after first having been gated, that is).  But you ideally want to use them on AC circuits (such as the secondary side of a transformer) to act as a VERY fast switch as you can gate them for whatever duration you desire AND they turn themselves off (switch themselves off) on the 2nd half of the AC waveform (providing you have interrupted the gating voltage).  I find them EXTREMELY useful as fast acting switches that facilitate superior control of frequency. 

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Re: Stan Meyer's Initial Technology Replicated
« Reply #79 on: February 18, 2016, 09:11:04 PM »
Look at the schematic at 38 seconds into this video, and again at 1:11. I don't have time to translate it now. John Myatt also talks about the blocking diode; same principle, I believe:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Goyvk9tT86c

The schematic diagram is a very basic revelation of
concept, but it is too simple.  The significant details
of how the phase relationships of the electrode drive
pulses are achieved or how the "splitting of the positive"
is done still remain a mystery.

Could it be that the electrodes of the WFC are driven
with positive flyback pulses which are somewhat unbalanced?
This would enable the strong repulsion between the plates
but at the same time enable a weak current from the less
positive to the more positive plate.

Once it is discovered how frequency, waveshape and polarity
must be manipulated to find the desired effect the riddle
may be solved.


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Re: Stan Meyer's Initial Technology Replicated
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