Stan was as some of you pointed out in earlier posts pioneering this in his garage. I do not believe he invented though. I can show proof later it has been around since probably before good Stan was born.
That is true, and I have heard the story told that one of the Meyer brothers, when in the navy, noticed separation in a glass of water next to them from a HV static field while working on radar equipment. But one of them certainly was trained and influenced by classified Navy electronics. I would even imagine the ships are using the technology to make fresh water and they may have even worked on those systems while on the ship.
(I do believe that technology is actually classified, as I even seem to remember being on a tour of a navy ship way way back in boy scouts and being told that,and it wasn't even a nuclear vessel)
He was pulsing the cell with the photo diodes or he was pulling from them. my guess is pulsing the cell with photo or light frequency to continue to disrupt the equilibrium of the cell as he was pulsing the tubes with a square pulsed wave which in turn split the H20 into HHO."
Yes, important to bring up. First, after the cell was step charged, it needed to be quickly discharged so it could be step charged back up again on the next pulse. This I think he called his electron harvesting, in some cases it was shown as just a light bulb load across the cell (doesn't have to light up, I think just a resistor function for draining the cap. Dave lawton shows this in his replications too
). But there is also added efficiency to the process of using LED's for "Photoelectrolysis
" and what a better way than to power that with the cell discharge cycle!
He would pulse this HHO with a high frequency radio or light wave thus creating the plasma. Plasma would then be pumped through coils thus creating a charge in coils as it is continuously looped through the charging circuit. some of Hydrogen is sucked off going to the special spark plugs he created. these are basically like the ones I have seen here. remember he had to pioneer this stuff the best he could out of a garage. so he brings hydrogen to the plug because it is the most beneficial location within the cylinder right there next to where the high voltage plasma spark plug would ignite the hydrogen at as close to top dead center as possible thus creating the ability to run the vw engine.
Now this is another important point I just recently realized a month or so ago. He creates the plasma with another VIC circuit to two stainless plates to act as a ozone generator for the gas to pass through. The O2 then becomes O3 so when it burns, it can't recombine as fast, slowing the burn to get more power transferred during the power cycle. THIS IS WHAT XOGEN
WAS DOING WITH THE LITTLE BOX RIGHT BEFORE THE BURNER!
Now get this, you mix in "non combustable gasses" ie "ambient air" to this mixture, and now you can adjust the burn rate to match diesel, gas, propain, natural gas........
So when I realized this, I started looking on youtube for anyone who may have experimented with this, and I found this guy:https://youtu.be/7aTVu4SJ79w
So now get this, O3 is unstable so you have to create it close to where you are going to use it.
So if you think about the Meyers plugs now, the spark pug plasma can't ignite the gas! it is the O3 generator! So hopefully you all know that HHO can not be stored under presure because it will explode right? So the peak pressure of the compression stroke causes the gas to explode!