Puharich's complex 3980hz carrier wave and first harmonic modulation of 7960 Hz

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Puharich's complex 3980hz carrier wave and first harmonic modulation of 7960 Hz
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Right, I think we're getting to the bottom of things with these signals and how Stan Meyer fits into the equation. Puharich states that when the carrier frequency is set to 3980hz that four naturally occurring harmonics appear as a modulation on that carrier wave, the four harmonics interfere with the tetrahedral 109.8 degree electron angle of the water molecule effectively destabilizing it. Stan tells us the same thing but won't state which frequencies he uses. In Puharich's patent he states that any frequency around 5khz will naturally form the 3980hz signal BUT he sets the tau at 3 seconds which matches the spin state of water. The tau is the time that the audio signal takes to get from 0-100% voltage then back down to zero voltage. It is during the tau that all of the transitions take place in the different stages of the process. This means you have to modulate for 3 seconds on the line input but the rectification process chops that time in half to 1.5 seconds.
In this video I hit the 3980hz carrier with the first harmonic of 7960hz, you can imagine the ripple square wave with all four harmonics on board and the effect on voltage amplitude of the step charge effect.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpan5H3YoXI&feature=youtu.be

Matt Watts

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That "rippled square wave" is also referred to as a mustache wave.  Seen it many times working with the Ruslan device.

Looking forward to seeing how closely your real signals will compare with the simulations.

When you start playing with harmonics, do tend to focus on the odd harmonics.  I think this is where you'll see the most magic.

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Quote from Matt Watts on June 25th, 05:16 PM
That "rippled square wave" is also referred to as a mustache wave.  Seen it many times working with the Ruslan device.

Looking forward to seeing how closely your real signals will compare with the simulations.

When you start playing with harmonics, do tend to focus on the odd harmonics.  I think this is where you'll see the most magic.
I won't be creating the harmonics myself, I was showing the effect of the first harmonic on the 3980hz carrier wave. Puharich comments that four harmonics appear on his carrier wave at the last stage of the process when the 109.8 degree angled tetrahedral water molecule is about to be destabilized. This happens at resonance but only after the previous stages have taken place. Stan is cutting corners compared to Puharich and I want to know how he's cutting those corners. One cut corner is the use of a diode and I know that for sure, this removes the need for Puharich's naturally occurring half wave. I'm nearly 100% sure that Stan is also cutting corners regarding resonance and his system is not as resonant as you might think. I'm also nearly 100% sure that Stan is bypassing  three of Puharich's five stages of electrolysis. Petlov shows us in his research that you can use an H-bridge and virtually scrap the whole of Puharich's am carrier wave/modulation apparatus. I showed how this is done also in my video comparing the two signals. The main thing is that you modulate a sine wave carrier through a square wave and rectify it. But the most important matter is the subject of the 3980hz carrier wave and it's four harmonics. I've done some more testing today but a little different and here are my conclusions.
I think Stan in his infinite wisdom worked out these factors:-
1. Puharich's Audio signal can be replicated and simplified with an H-bridge and a gate.
2. Stan cuts out the need for naturally occurring processes such as half wave rectification but still uses the occurrence of the 3980hz carrier wave along with it's harmonics.
3. Stan worked out that Puharich's tau of 3 seconds can be compromised by dividing the tau into gate times and it still affects the dynamics of the water and conditions it, the vibratory nature needed to compromise bubble lock will be done automatically by the cars engine vibrations and the fact he lets the outer tubes of his 9 tube cell vibrate at the tau frequency which was quite brilliant if you ask me.
So, how is Stan doing it?  Well, he's using the frequency of a carrier wave which he sets at 2.5khz sine wave, he then modulates this with a 50% square wave set at an harmonic which produces step charge effect (shown in above video). He rectifies this into 5khz so that he's at Puharich's 4th stage of electrolysis. Stan's cell and VIC are not resonant at this frequency, the only thing that happens in that respect is that the capacitive reactance and inductive reactance are equal. Once the gate is at tau, water opens itself up to the effect of 5khz capacitance and the magic happens which is described in Puharich's 4th and 5th stages of Electrolysis involving 3980hz and it's four harmonics.
Stan may even be using 1990hz carrier modulated with it's first harmonic straight into the VIC and using a full tau of 3 seconds with the gate. This way you go straight to 3980hz through the diode and will automatically stimulate the first harmonic, if you use greater voltages than Puharich did then the process will be much faster.
No tau - no gas..........no 3980hz and first 4 harmonics - no gas. The dynamics of water and the creation of the 109.8 electron angle and tetrahedral shape is stimulated by both the tau and exact frequencies.

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So three important factors.
1. Equal capacitive reactance and inductive reactance in the cell and VIC. The resonance is actually associated with the water molecule itself and the cell and it's ability to destabilize it's own electrons, nothing to do with linear resonance. The water actually creates a none linear condition itself.
2. The Unipolar pulses on the positive choke are not formed by the VIC but by harmonics created by the resonance of the water itself at different stages. Stan Meyer may be bypassing natural processes of water and artificially creating those frequencies and harmonics in his own time.
3. The tau that Puharich talks about (time taken for the audio amplitude to reach 100% and then back to zero across the entire carrier) is the major factor in destabilizing the water molecule because the tau coincides with the spin state of the water molecule. Stan has to artificially create his own tau since he is not using audio signals from which voltage amplitude can be varied across time. The tau is 3 seconds if Puharich's patent is to be trusted which seems like a long time to me. I believe Stan uses the gate to simulate tau and what ever tau actally turns out to be then Stan is either at full tau or he has worked out how to gate perfect denominations of tau. (an harmonic of tau) 3 seconds is 0.333hz BTW and its tenth harmonic would be 3.33hz.
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Regarding the bubble lock: Puharich established that during electrolysis using this resonant method that the cell walls have the tendency to hold onto the bubbles and interfere with the entire process for the next batch of bubbles. He found that tapping the cell physically released them but after a while it happened again and you are left with a very slow process.
Now, picture Stan's 9 tube cell array, the negative tubes are all bolted to the central plate solidly BUT the outer tubes are pressed onto stainless steel legs and the legs are bolted to the bottom of the cell. Those legs are made from thin stainless steel which allow the outer tubes to vibrate and they vibrate like a tuning fork causing the bubbles to leave the tube wall. Puharich has an whole section of his patent dedicated to this problem and how he resolves it with his own audio vibrations. Not a problem with a car engine because the vibration of the engine itself stops this problem. Things beginning to fall into place for a few folks?
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So for any confusion: You create a step charge effect, this is easy to do but not the be all and end all. The step charge effect will be at 3980hz and it has the harmonics of :
1st Order Harmonic Modulation (OHM) = 7960 Hz. 
2nd Order Harmonic Modulation (II OHM) = 15,920 Hz. 
3rd Order Harmonic Modulation (III OHM) = 31,840 Hz. 
4th Order Harmonic Modulation (IV OHM) = 63,690 Hz. 
The voltage of these harmonics is 1.3v, even though the voltage amplitude is higher with each of these unipolar pulses because of the step charge effect. you must remember that they are divided by frequency and time, they don't set off towards infinity like Stan says. Each unipolar pulse is in actual fact only 1.3v but it is not the amplitude of the voltage that it is important. The four vectors of the tetrahedral water molecule which has been conditioned by the tau frequency and the 3980hz carrier are each affected individually by the four independant harmonics. It won't pull the water apart unless you attack each vector with 1.3v at those four frequencies. Armed with this knowledge, we are on our way. Stan failed to mention any of this, he just explained as the voltage increases, the molecule is stretched, that is completely and utterly wrong.