It's going to be up there yes Webmug. These waves move at Pi/2 * C, but how they actually form what appears to be standing waves is outside my comprehension at the moment. The Tesla Hairpin or Stout Bars experiment shows us fairly distant nodes. Taking this design and modifying it to look like Stan's VIC will probably give us the node spacing we are after. First we need a method to measure, then an apparatus to measure and lastly begin changing variables to shorten the node length down to the gap size. I'm working on a PLL controlled, capacitive discharge driven coil system at the moment in hopes I can see and relate to everyone what I think is going on here. I'm really hoping to discover this process is fairly simple and straightforward in principal even if the implementation is more difficult than I thought. Once we all know what to do, then we can each work on a method of how to do it. If this takes us back to how Stan did it, so be it, that's actually the best answer. The goal here is in the title:

"Understanding How Stan Meyers Fuel Cell Works"

Since one of the tubes in the cell is smaller in dimension, one of the coils must be made adjustable to balance this, and keep the voltage nodes on the tubes.

It should also be noted that in electromagnetic work while the electron current and magnetic field rise very slowly in coils with high capacitance,

the voltage or electric field can operates near light velocities in a coil with no or very low capacitance.

If the wires are the same length, on both sides, the wave front will arrive at both tubes simultaneously. The water will receive the radiant energy pulse.

Distilled water has a velocity factor of [0.11] talk about slowing down the radiant energy wave!

186,000 * .11 = 20,460 miles per second!

With this in mind we now examine a well known circuit in the alternate energy circles.

**velocity factor of water (rain)**

**Some thoughts**calculating this to coil lengths: for a coil @14kHz SRF (resonance)

**20460 / 14000**miles second to meters second =

**2351.9413**meters second

**2351.9413 / 4**=

**587.985325m**wire length quarter wave.

...maybe there is a relation?

Injector VIC choke 715ft = 217.93m , wavelength =1376.57kHz

Injector VIC secondary 26000ft = 7924.8m, wavelength=37.85kHz

This should be a TEM wave but the LMD wave is always present in very low quantity between the coil wires etc. but its there at SRF (self-inductance, self-capacitance)? According to Erik Dollard.

~webmug