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Author Topic: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...  (Read 45247 times)

Offline HeairBear

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #45 on: February 20, 2008, 01:46:11 AM »
Nice work H2Opower! I have been wandering as of late what you have been up too. Keep up the good fight and I hope to see you around more.

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #46 on: February 20, 2008, 02:16:39 AM »
Hi HeairBear, Yeah I have been very busy, with college and the fight to remain free in this country. I am all over You Tube, here is one of my messages I post on there:
{If you want too know just what too do to save the people read this. Dr. Daniel Dingle of the Philippines needs to be persuaded to give his technology away for the good of humanity. Think about it this way, if you have no energy bills of anykind what would your life be like? That is just what his technology does, for rain, the last time I checked, is free, and it can run on rain water. This is what we all need too be doing, getting his technology out for humanity. This is how to beat them!}

This technology will put a stop to their plans in a big way. No more energy bills is such a sweet sounding phraise. It gives power back to the people, and ends our dependance on oil, and the power grid. I was just talking too someone that was a true nonbeliver in this type of technology, but now he is all into it, trying to get Stanley Meyer work up and going. Voltage electrolysis is now what this is being called, since it is the voltage doing the work and not the current. He wants too get rich off of the technology though. I told him that's a real bad move for if one shows any signs of greed you will be apart of their fully controled system, and they will own you, and/or do away with you. They will kill untold thousands that get in their way, so one man is just like killing an ant too them.  I stay off of the sites most of the time for what they did to Ravi. Humanity needs this technology very badly, some are beeing starved to death, others are being in a way slaved out too the rich. If this technology makes it out too the masses life on the planet as a whole will be better, if I get it working all I want is a Nobel Peace Prize. 
Take care an I will try to post more now. But I think Senate Bill S1959 goes too the floor to be voted on today. If this bill becomes law freedom of speech will be lost, and all forms of dissent will be curbed. Write, call, and/or email your Senator to vote no on this. If it becomes law I will be conciderd a terrorist, as well as most of us here. Put it this way if this bill had be law in the 60's the civil rights movement would have been stopped in it tracks, and Martine L. King braned a terrorist.

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #47 on: February 20, 2008, 03:07:30 AM »

Just today the kettle boiled over on the propane stove...oddly enough the overflow caused the flame to increase.

It would appear the heated water releases a measure of the hydrogen.

I wonder if a 12v cavitron was used to produce steam, would it then be easier for a pulsed charge to then produce hydrogen...or has it already been tried before ?

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #48 on: February 20, 2008, 06:13:14 AM »
Are you talking about an ultrasonic dental tool when you say cavitron?

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #49 on: February 20, 2008, 10:58:49 PM »

Sorry, what I had in mind was a scaled down version of the type of caviton shown in the video below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0M2GnQluJk&feature=related

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #50 on: April 19, 2008, 12:36:15 AM »
i have tried to make hho out of steam the rubbers in the tube burn up with the voltage then i put in porceline which worked i put steam thru the tube assembly and ohms test it was 80 ohms their is no significant advantage out of this cause the temperature slows down the electrolysis process

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #51 on: April 19, 2008, 02:38:54 AM »

I wonder if would it make any difference if the steam were pulsed in arrangement with pulsed current.

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #52 on: April 19, 2008, 03:01:02 AM »
I think Stanley Meyer is definitely using pulsed waves... check out the wikipedia article.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Water_fuel_cell_circuit.png

My calculation show that if the square wave carrier at 42khz, the modulation wave is (2/5)*42 or approx 16.8khz.  This complex wave might even survive a trip through an ignition coil...

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #53 on: April 19, 2008, 03:54:16 AM »
i dont think pulsing the steam will make any difference when it turns to steam it is then distilled water which is way harder to get gas out of so i think it is going the wrong way with it  the pond fogger hooked to a cell tube would probably be better but i dont know if it seperates from the minerals making it into distilled water  i think it is not worth looking into unless you can get the steam 800 plus degrees like the high temp cells they are making for reactors those cell are the most effiecint of all it is called pyrolysis

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #54 on: April 19, 2008, 04:57:40 AM »

What about pulsed steam from a scaled water cavitron...they can effortlessly produce hot water or steam depending on the angle and depth of the holes in the rotor.

I believe I posted something similar, possibly in this thread.

There seems to a lot of pulsing and spinning going on in the universe...who knows merging both energies may lead to something.

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #55 on: April 19, 2008, 01:20:28 PM »
you could try it if you want but im pretty sure its not gonna do much for you distilled water takes so much power to get the gas out that its not worth it and the rubbers keep burning then you have to put in ceramics and you dont get anything out of it. i hit a single tube with a 1.5 mm gap using a brute force and got just about nothing out of it .i think the only reson they get anything out of the ones in reactors is they use catalyst plates to trigger a reaction . i am familiar with a cavitation heater  but dont know how hot the steam gets

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #56 on: April 19, 2008, 11:36:51 PM »
That is the whole problem you are trying bute force insted of using you brain. Sorry how the came out, but it's the truth. The way Stanley Meyer did it was to use the coils back EMF to break the water down. The transformer that he had is like none on the open market, but some micro waves do use something close. All coil must resonate at the same frequency, the use of different size wire allows for a small step up, say 3:1, but it is the bobbin cavitties that are bumping up the voltage the most. When the magnetic field is cut off all of the Xc's of the bobbin spaces act like a voltage multipliers. Now in pulsing transformers this is normally not a desired effect, but in the way Stanley Meyer used a trasformer it is. The wire sizes I am going too be using to get the job done the right way this time is as follows; .560mm primary, .160mm secondary, and .140mm chokes, all are bifilar wire. I too will be aiming for 42.8k Hz resonance since Dr. John Keely made water seperate at 42.7122k Hz.

The first pic is the way the transformer will look for the most part.
http://s208.photobucket.com/albums/bb249/h20power/?action=view&current=vicforinjectorwithcolor.jpg
also note this is like a showing of all of my work from the begining see the progress I have had and ideas that I came up with.
But note the cone shaped wfc's will work best, I will try it once I get the money to have it machined. It has too do with the properties of capacitance, the smaller the area the smaller the voltage but the greater the magnetic field strength.

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #57 on: April 20, 2008, 12:51:50 AM »

Thanks for taking the time h20...No umbrage taken.

I just try to soak up as much as I can from people like yourself, so any little tidbits are always welcomed from my end...we are all ignorant, but of different things :)

It will be interesting to see what comes from that schematic...excellent looking work btw.

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #58 on: April 20, 2008, 12:54:07 AM »
If you can get a "Cavitation Water Heater" to work in unity, you wouldn't need to build a Stanley Meyer type device. The steam itself will provide the energy. You could use the steam to run a Stirling engine perhaps. The possibilities are limitless. I wonder if cavitation would work with Freon?

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Re: Stanley Meyer, please meet Stanislav Avramenko: Water as a fuel...
« Reply #59 on: April 20, 2008, 02:54:58 AM »
I am now looking into Dr. Daniel Dingel's work to see if I can get this thing done and see an end too the age of oil. His circuit is so much easyer and more effeicent. Still looking up all the stuff, but for now I have went too his delivery system to intorduce hho too the engine, for it is far simpler and acts as a self-regulator in a lot of ways. Both the two Meyer and Dingel are using the same type of Tesla system for the most part so, with luck I will crack this baby soon. :D

I have been learning all I can from every aspect of water. Dr. John Keely's work is very interesting and what an amazing man is all I can say about him.

Green light waves seem to interact with magnetizim that I got from Albert Instine, and is more than likely why Stanley Meyer used it.

I am just like you trying my damedest to kick the petrol habit, and stop all these wars for oil. Looking into Dr. Daniel Dingel's work has gave me some great insight into how all of this works. For it is a dual Tesla resonat tank circuit and the blocking diode is really called a De Q-ing diode too learn more go to these two pages and learn all you can, together we can beat them ;)
http://www.richieburnett.co.uk/dcresist.html
http://www.richieburnett.co.uk/dcreschg.html
Best make a hard copy of them just incase the man takes them down.

 

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