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Author Topic: Simple electrolysis cell question.  (Read 2697 times)

Offline Jokker

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Simple electrolysis cell question.
« on: June 10, 2008, 09:17:13 PM »
Actually when i saw it  :o .. hehe ... First thought i had was: i do not believe it.
It was just simple electrolysis, and yea my experiment worked, i saw the bubbles. Progress...

So now im pretty much into it. I now that there are many ways to increase effectivity

If ill build up a simple electrolysis cell with stainless steel plates. Powering it by using DC from car battery. 
If ill make it big enough, can it run a car engine, powered by car generator.


Idea is that it will lose some energy due electrolysis effectivity, BUT ill get it back as rotation power by burring HHO.


If No, then im wondering if someone had some experience with meyers theory. Increasing effectivity by pulsing water with certain signal.

(http://www.rexresearch.com/meyerhy/4936931c.jpg)



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Offline HeairBear

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Re: Simple electrolysis cell question.
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2008, 02:18:08 AM »


If ill build up a simple electrolysis cell with stainless steel plates. Powering it by using DC from car battery. 
If ill make it big enough, can it run a car engine, powered by car generator.


Idea is that it will lose some energy due electrolysis effectivity, BUT ill get it back as rotation power by burring HHO.


If No, then im wondering if someone had some experience with meyers theory. Increasing effectivity by pulsing water with certain signal.

No...

There are a few people here and on other forums that are actively researching Stan Meyer's technology but as of the present, no one has come forward with a working demonstration. The closest I have seen to date, replicating Stan's work,  is Lawton and Ravi. Bob Boyce, Andrija Puharich, and s1r9a9m9 are few few others who claim to have success in powering vehicles with water but the only person still alive and willing to talk is Daniel Dingle. He even has several working prototypes for demonstration.

I wish you well in your research....

Have a great day!

 

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