Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!

~Russ


KevinW_EnhancedLiving

RE: Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!
« Reply #1, on November 13th, 2011, 10:38 AM »Last edited on November 13th, 2011, 10:39 AM by KevinW_EnhancedLiving
Nice job hooking up the pictures Russ. I was sharing your video all over facebook last night. We'll get Darcy on it today too.

andt he spreadsheet with all the readings from the VIC is awesome.

Muxar

RE: Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!
« Reply #2, on November 13th, 2011, 11:47 AM »
Wowww!
1,2g of Stan´s info? that´s amazing news guys!
Good job Russ!
thanks million, you are awesome!!!

~Russ

RE: Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!
« Reply #3, on November 13th, 2011, 12:02 PM »
Quote from Muxar on November 13th, 2011, 11:47 AM
Wowww!
1,2g of Stan´s info? that´s amazing news guys!
Good job Russ!
thanks million, you are awesome!!!
Thanks to the others that passed the info along!!!!! Could not have done it with out others!!!! Give and get. Working together to get it all out there!

God bless! ~Russ

firepinto

RE: Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!
« Reply #4, on November 13th, 2011, 05:46 PM »
This is excellent. :cool:  It makes me think of a few questions.
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Is this a different type of VIC coil?

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In this picture it shows some VIC coil parts, the large E cores in the cardboard box I think are for the Multi coil VIC.  The ferrite cores in the shrink wrapped cardboard i think are for the other coil, maybe like the picture above?  I wonder if you can still buy those core laminations in the box?  

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Does anyone know if this style of terminal is still available?  What is it called?  It looks similar to what the old style ford ignition coils use on the primary.  

Big thanks to who ever supplied all the pictures.:D

Nate

Gunther Rattay

RE: Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!
« Reply #5, on November 13th, 2011, 08:11 PM »
Quote from firepinto on November 13th, 2011, 05:46 PM
This is excellent. :cool:  It makes me think of a few questions.

Is this a different type of VIC coil?
I read that this is the VIC for the steam resonator.

bussi04

~Russ

RE: Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!
« Reply #6, on November 15th, 2011, 03:00 AM »
Quote from bussi04 on November 13th, 2011, 08:11 PM
Quote from firepinto on November 13th, 2011, 05:46 PM
This is excellent. :cool:  It makes me think of a few questions.

Is this a different type of VIC coil?
I read that this is the VIC for the steam resonator.

bussi04
yeah i half to agree. ~Russ
RE: Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!
« Reply #7, on November 15th, 2011, 12:37 PM »
Quote from h2opower on November 15th, 2011, 09:16 AM
The VIC for the Gas Processor is missing. Seems the when the FBI raided his place they must have taken it as I sure would like to have seen what Meyer used for a electronic switch for those voltage levels.

@ Russ, Has anyone ever opened the Gas Processor and taken any pic's of it to the best of your knowledge? It's a shame if no one did as that is the most important part of his work.

If only I could have been there to view Meyer's work with what I know about the science of it all. For the most important parts are the Gas Processor and the device he used to make the magnetic gas. Plus just how did he have all the VIC transformers wired to the ER 11. So much went to waste in that no one was looking at the science side of things when all these photos where taken. They where all just looking to copy and not understand what Meyer had done.

h2opower
Quote from firepinto on November 13th, 2011, 05:46 PM
This is excellent. :cool:  It makes me think of a few questions.

Is this a different type of VIC coil?


In this picture it shows some VIC coil parts, the large E cores in the cardboard box I think are for the Multi coil VIC.  The ferrite cores in the shrink wrapped cardboard i think are for the other coil, maybe like the picture above?  I wonder if you can still buy those core laminations in the box?  


Does anyone know if this style of terminal is still available?  What is it called?  It looks similar to what the old style ford ignition coils use on the primary.  

Big thanks to who ever supplied all the pictures.:D

Nate
Hi Nate & Everyone,
Here is a datasheet of the SK3180 and SK3181A so we all know where they are: http://www.datasheetarchive.com/SK3180-datasheet.html

As they are both Darlington amps, one is a PNP and the other is a NPN. Not to sure what the other four are but I think it's a safe bet to say they are ceramic resistors to protect the Darlington's. So just in case anyone missed it, those are what Meyer used as alternate power switches for the Steam Resonator.

Like I said in the above post it's sad that the Gas ProcesEsor's VIC set up is missing.

h2opower
H2O, its there, it's in the box with the "Hydrogen Fracturing Process" on it.

That's what the rustic frequency generator (6.x) is mocking. That's what I'm doing there.

See this post:
http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=110&pid=1582#pid1582

Ps. The photos were taken to show what was for sell at the estate.

Thanks, ~Russ
RE: Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!
« Reply #8, on November 15th, 2011, 12:48 PM »
Quote from Rwg42985 on November 15th, 2011, 12:37 PM
Quote from h2opower on November 15th, 2011, 09:16 AM
The VIC for the Gas Processor is missing. Seems the when the FBI raided his place they must have taken it as I sure would like to have seen what Meyer used for a electronic switch for those voltage levels.

@ Russ, Has anyone ever opened the Gas Processor and taken any pic's of it to the best of your knowledge? It's a shame if no one did as that is the most important part of his work.

If only I could have been there to view Meyer's work with what I know about the science of it all. For the most important parts are the Gas Processor and the device he used to make the magnetic gas. Plus just how did he have all the VIC transformers wired to the ER 11. So much went to waste in that no one was looking at the science side of things when all these photos where taken. They where all just looking to copy and not understand what Meyer had done.

h2opower
Quote from firepinto on November 13th, 2011, 05:46 PM
This is excellent. :cool:  It makes me think of a few questions.

Is this a different type of VIC coil?


In this picture it shows some VIC coil parts, the large E cores in the cardboard box I think are for the Multi coil VIC.  The ferrite cores in the shrink wrapped cardboard i think are for the other coil, maybe like the picture above?  I wonder if you can still buy those core laminations in the box?  


Does anyone know if this style of terminal is still available?  What is it called?  It looks similar to what the old style ford ignition coils use on the primary.  

Big thanks to who ever supplied all the pictures.:D

Nate
Hi Nate & Everyone,
Here is a datasheet of the SK3180 and SK3181A so we all know where they are: http://www.datasheetarchive.com/SK3180-datasheet.html

As they are both Darlington amps, one is a PNP and the other is a NPN. Not to sure what the other four are but I think it's a safe bet to say they are ceramic resistors to protect the Darlington's. So just in case anyone missed it, those are what Meyer used as alternate power switches for the Steam Resonator.

Like I said in the above post it's sad that the Gas ProcesEsor's VIC set up is missing.

h2opower
H2O, its there, it's in the box with the "Hydrogen Fracturing Process" on it.

That's what the rustic frequency generator (6.x) is mocking. That's what I'm doing there.

See this post:
http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=110&pid=1582#pid1582

Ps. The photos were taken to show what was for sell at the estate.

Thanks, ~Russ
Also, the last card in that VIC box assembly is also a gas Prossesor....

It's there, it's there,
 ~Russ  

mashficool

RE: Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!
« Reply #9, on June 6th, 2012, 01:40 PM »
To Russ and Sharky,

I just joined today in this forum. Some of the work you have done shows extreme dedication. However if you have not yet successfully replicated meyers electronics then maybe you guys should take a look at this derived analysis of Perter Linderman: I got it from http://hodinfo.com/forum/topics/stanley-meyer-resonant#axzz1wxqbp3Rz. There is a pdf file named "Stan meyers.pdf". This excerpt is taken from there:

"Transcription from MDG, for nov07 update:

... next process for production of free hydrogen is the Stanl Meyer patent. Here a lot of people have not understood really what stan was doing. So it's a method for
obtaining the release of a fuel gas including hydrogen and oxygen from water, during which the water is processed as a dielectric media in an electrical resonant circuit Then he shows the cell, here, which basically consits of concentric cylinders and this... ; but here is the circuit, and basically there is not much to at what he is saying he is.

Now, the obvious problem with this situation is this, he is using the word resonant
here, like salt and pepper all the way through.

This is not a resonant circuit, this was part of the diversion about how to keep people, how he protected the idea without actually leading people to understand what was going on, and the proof that this is not a resonant circuit lyes in the bloking diode ! huuuuuuu gushh

so what you can see here is what he is really doing is this, this system works without electrolyte (MDG: Air being the dielectric layer to breakdown) ; so the purpose of it is, he wants his water to have a fearly high resistance in it, and so, here is what he is gona do, he got this chokes, this chokes are very important because when he puts this inductive spikes on, here, ... with the diode, what he is doing is, he is charging this capacitor, and the resonant chokes are specifically to damp the voltage spikes that could prematurally set this thing off.

So what he is doing, he is making sure that he can charge this capacitor with kind
of soft pulses and pulse the thing up, so he can get this capacitor to charge to the
maximum degree before the dielectric material, in this case water, creates a
catastrophic dielectric failure in the capacitor At which point, all the charge in the capacitor, all the voltage in the capacitor is converted to amps as a shorts out internally, and orderly destroys the water it moves through and creates massive quantities of hydrogen and oxygen. (minute 3.00 of this video) and as soon as it's out of the way, water rushes its back in, the dielectric constant is again re-established, and this is what's happening, while this is happening, he waits,
and starts charging again.
(showing of patent page drawing progressive water molecule stretching under pulses
train)
again this types of drawing were made to confuse people, you know the idea of
drawing this things are that these were increasingly large resonant pulses and
everything, this is all a bunch of ... , all he is doing is just like any other voltage
multiplier that's used in pulsing, all you are looking up is a step ramp charger on a
capacitor until it reaches it's catastrophic failure, that is the method of the Stan
Meyer's system, and it does produce massive amounts of gas for a very small amount of electricity. (minute 4.00 of this video)

to just reiterate that Stan Meyer is of course dead but that is twin brother went up to Canada, and started up a new company called Xogen, where they have got a new patent and are moving forwardly rapidly on the commerciallization of this technology Here is the website Xogen.com. And you can see here Xogen's process does most significant promesses that it will make economical for hydrogen to replace carbon based fuels, and could consivibly reduce atmospheric pollution.

Sharky

RE: Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!
« Reply #10, on June 13th, 2012, 01:01 AM »
Quote from mashficool on June 6th, 2012, 01:40 PM
To Russ and Sharky,

I just joined today in this forum. Some of the work you have done shows extreme dedication. However if you have not yet successfully replicated meyers electronics then maybe you guys should take a look at this derived analysis of Perter Linderman: I got it from http://hodinfo.com/forum/topics/stanley-meyer-resonant#axzz1wxqbp3Rz. There is a pdf file named "Stan meyers.pdf". This excerpt is taken from there:

"Transcription from MDG, for nov07 update:

... next process for production of free hydrogen is the Stanl Meyer patent. Here a lot of people have not understood really what stan was doing. So it's a method for
obtaining the release of a fuel gas including hydrogen and oxygen from water, during which the water is processed as a dielectric media in an electrical resonant circuit Then he shows the cell, here, which basically consits of concentric cylinders and this... ; but here is the circuit, and basically there is not much to at what he is saying he is.

Now, the obvious problem with this situation is this, he is using the word resonant
here, like salt and pepper all the way through.

This is not a resonant circuit, this was part of the diversion about how to keep people, how he protected the idea without actually leading people to understand what was going on, and the proof that this is not a resonant circuit lyes in the bloking diode ! huuuuuuu gushh

so what you can see here is what he is really doing is this, this system works without electrolyte (MDG: Air being the dielectric layer to breakdown) ; so the purpose of it is, he wants his water to have a fearly high resistance in it, and so, here is what he is gona do, he got this chokes, this chokes are very important because when he puts this inductive spikes on, here, ... with the diode, what he is doing is, he is charging this capacitor, and the resonant chokes are specifically to damp the voltage spikes that could prematurally set this thing off.

So what he is doing, he is making sure that he can charge this capacitor with kind
of soft pulses and pulse the thing up, so he can get this capacitor to charge to the
maximum degree before the dielectric material, in this case water, creates a
catastrophic dielectric failure in the capacitor At which point, all the charge in the capacitor, all the voltage in the capacitor is converted to amps as a shorts out internally, and orderly destroys the water it moves through and creates massive quantities of hydrogen and oxygen. (minute 3.00 of this video) and as soon as it's out of the way, water rushes its back in, the dielectric constant is again re-established, and this is what's happening, while this is happening, he waits,
and starts charging again.
(showing of patent page drawing progressive water molecule stretching under pulses
train)
again this types of drawing were made to confuse people, you know the idea of
drawing this things are that these were increasingly large resonant pulses and
everything, this is all a bunch of ... , all he is doing is just like any other voltage
multiplier that's used in pulsing, all you are looking up is a step ramp charger on a
capacitor until it reaches it's catastrophic failure, that is the method of the Stan
Meyer's system, and it does produce massive amounts of gas for a very small amount of electricity. (minute 4.00 of this video)

to just reiterate that Stan Meyer is of course dead but that is twin brother went up to Canada, and started up a new company called Xogen, where they have got a new patent and are moving forwardly rapidly on the commerciallization of this technology Here is the website Xogen.com. And you can see here Xogen's process does most significant promesses that it will make economical for hydrogen to replace carbon based fuels, and could consivibly reduce atmospheric pollution.
Please refer from cross posting and place your posts into the relevant threads, ... this one should have been to the Electrical Polarization Process thread.

Anyway, ... read this post of webmug: http://www.open-source-energy.org/?tid=188&pid=5948#pid5948

It explains very good what is actually happening. I do not think you are correct in assuming we are dealing with dielectric breakdown here. If that would happen amps would flow abundantly consuming a lot of power and nothing more than plain electrolysis would be happening within the cell. I am convinced it is not the idea to overcharge the capacitor but instead charge it as close as posible to its max and thus polarizing the water therewithin ... please continue discussion on the Electrical Polarization Process thread.
Sharky

DPhysicsMon

RE: Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!
« Reply #11, on September 12th, 2012, 01:29 AM »
Hey Russ,

I appreciate what you have done with this information.  Free, yes, it should be for everyone.  I am new to your forum.  I too would like to duplicate and advance this technology.  Hope to share with all in coming future...  Peace out; let's research and build.

~Russ

RE: Stan Meyers Estate Photos Free!!!!!!!!
« Reply #12, on September 18th, 2012, 01:24 AM »
Quote from DPhysicsMon on September 12th, 2012, 01:29 AM
Hey Russ,

I appreciate what you have done with this information.  Free, yes, it should be for everyone.  I am new to your forum.  I too would like to duplicate and advance this technology.  Hope to share with all in coming future...  Peace out; let's research and build.
:)

~Russ