Resonance

KevinW_EnhancedLiving


cncjoe

RE: Resonance
« Reply #1, on April 21st, 2012, 10:38 PM »
I watched a video in which Stan Meyer talked about resonance in his HHO cells. He actually had a circuit that seemed to scan for the right frequency automatically. Unfortunately for me, I don't understand ANY of the math at the link you posted. Seems like some people have the ability to think mathematically or proportionately. For example it takes 1 volt to push 1 amp through 1 ohm of resistance and all of the mutations thereof. I'm one of the guys that had to have the teacher stop to remind me of all the rules that make their particular equation work. It never clicked for me. If resonance could be explained to me at the atomic or molecular level I might have a fighting chance to understand it better. Mind taking a stab at that? Please?

securesupplies

RE: Resonance
« Reply #2, on April 23rd, 2012, 09:53 AM »
Quote from cncjoe on April 21st, 2012, 10:38 PM
I watched a video in which Stan Meyer talked about resonance in his HHO cells. He actually had a circuit that seemed to scan for the right frequency automatically. Unfortunately for me, I don't understand ANY of the math at the link you posted. Seems like some people have the ability to think mathematically or proportionately. For example it takes 1 volt to push 1 amp through 1 ohm of resistance and all of the mutations thereof. I'm one of the guys that had to have the teacher stop to remind me of all the rules that make their particular equation work. It never clicked for me. If resonance could be explained to me at the atomic or molecular level I might have a fighting chance to understand it better. Mind taking a stab at that? Please?
check this one

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKjUzsNj8NM these is a good explanation of scanning method , which is not vital to make gas to replace your go go juice.

it is easier than you think, please look at basic wfc 11 cell notes and 8xa circuit and vic and you have it man
RE: Resonance
« Reply #3, on April 23rd, 2012, 09:54 AM »Last edited on April 23rd, 2012, 09:55 AM by securesupplies
Quote from cncjoe on April 21st, 2012, 10:38 PM
I watched a video in which Stan Meyer talked about resonance in his HHO cells. He actually had a circuit that seemed to scan for the right frequency automatically. Unfortunately for me, I don't understand ANY of the math at the link you posted. Seems like some people have the ability to think mathematically or proportionately. For example it takes 1 volt to push 1 amp through 1 ohm of resistance and all of the mutations thereof. I'm one of the guys that had to have the teacher stop to remind me of all the rules that make their particular equation work. It never clicked for me. If resonance could be explained to me at the atomic or molecular level I might have a fighting chance to understand it better. Mind taking a stab at that? Please?
check this one


www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKjUzsNj8NM


 these is a good explanation of scanning method , which is not vital to make gas to replace your go go juice.

it is easier than you think, please look at basic wfc 11 cell notes and 8xa circuit and vic and you have it man

Jeff Nading

RE: Resonance
« Reply #4, on April 23rd, 2012, 10:42 AM »
Quote from securesupplies on April 23rd, 2012, 09:54 AM
Quote from cncjoe on April 21st, 2012, 10:38 PM
I watched a video in which Stan Meyer talked about resonance in his HHO cells. He actually had a circuit that seemed to scan for the right frequency automatically. Unfortunately for me, I don't understand ANY of the math at the link you posted. Seems like some people have the ability to think mathematically or proportionately. For example it takes 1 volt to push 1 amp through 1 ohm of resistance and all of the mutations thereof. I'm one of the guys that had to have the teacher stop to remind me of all the rules that make their particular equation work. It never clicked for me. If resonance could be explained to me at the atomic or molecular level I might have a fighting chance to understand it better. Mind taking a stab at that? Please?
check this one


www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKjUzsNj8NM


 these is a good explanation of scanning method , which is not vital to make gas to replace your go go juice.

it is easier than you think, please look at basic wfc 11 cell notes and 8xa circuit and vic and you have it man
So, what did Zero F F's conclude from his research? It was 2008 when he came up with this hypothesis, did he prove or disprove it :D?

KevinW_EnhancedLiving

RE: Resonance
« Reply #5, on April 23rd, 2012, 05:11 PM »
Quote from Jeff Nading on April 23rd, 2012, 10:42 AM
Quote from securesupplies on April 23rd, 2012, 09:54 AM
Quote from cncjoe on April 21st, 2012, 10:38 PM
I watched a video in which Stan Meyer talked about resonance in his HHO cells. He actually had a circuit that seemed to scan for the right frequency automatically. Unfortunately for me, I don't understand ANY of the math at the link you posted. Seems like some people have the ability to think mathematically or proportionately. For example it takes 1 volt to push 1 amp through 1 ohm of resistance and all of the mutations thereof. I'm one of the guys that had to have the teacher stop to remind me of all the rules that make their particular equation work. It never clicked for me. If resonance could be explained to me at the atomic or molecular level I might have a fighting chance to understand it better. Mind taking a stab at that? Please?
check this one


www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKjUzsNj8NM


 these is a good explanation of scanning method , which is not vital to make gas to replace your go go juice.

it is easier than you think, please look at basic wfc 11 cell notes and 8xa circuit and vic and you have it man
So, what did Zero F F's conclude from his research? It was 2008 when he came up with this hypothesis, did he prove or disprove it :D?
Yes his opinion has changed its in the comments

" ZeroFossilFuel - My theory on Meyers use of resonance has changed since this video. Stan did not use caustic electrolyte. Distilled water is an insulating dielectric. The only way to induce a current through an insulating dielectric is with resonance using SERIES RLC, just as he describes. It's no more or less efficient at producing HHO than by using electrolytes. What it IS is safer and easier to maintain."

Jeff Nading

RE: Resonance
« Reply #6, on April 23rd, 2012, 09:11 PM »
Quote from KevinW-dirtwill on April 23rd, 2012, 05:11 PM
Quote from Jeff Nading on April 23rd, 2012, 10:42 AM
Quote from securesupplies on April 23rd, 2012, 09:54 AM
Quote from cncjoe on April 21st, 2012, 10:38 PM
I watched a video in which Stan Meyer talked about resonance in his HHO cells. He actually had a circuit that seemed to scan for the right frequency automatically. Unfortunately for me, I don't understand ANY of the math at the link you posted. Seems like some people have the ability to think mathematically or proportionately. For example it takes 1 volt to push 1 amp through 1 ohm of resistance and all of the mutations thereof. I'm one of the guys that had to have the teacher stop to remind me of all the rules that make their particular equation work. It never clicked for me. If resonance could be explained to me at the atomic or molecular level I might have a fighting chance to understand it better. Mind taking a stab at that? Please?
check this one


www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKjUzsNj8NM


 these is a good explanation of scanning method , which is not vital to make gas to replace your go go juice.

it is easier than you think, please look at basic wfc 11 cell notes and 8xa circuit and vic and you have it man
So, what did Zero F F's conclude from his research? It was 2008 when he came up with this hypothesis, did he prove or disprove it :D?
Yes his opinion has changed its in the comments

" ZeroFossilFuel - My theory on Meyers use of resonance has changed since this video. Stan did not use caustic electrolyte. Distilled water is an insulating dielectric. The only way to induce a current through an insulating dielectric is with resonance using SERIES RLC, just as he describes. It's no more or less efficient at producing HHO than by using electrolytes. What it IS is safer and easier to maintain."
Thanks Kevin.

~Russ

RE: Resonance
« Reply #7, on April 24th, 2012, 01:07 AM »Last edited on April 24th, 2012, 01:08 AM by ~Russ/Rwg42985
Quote from KevinW-dirtwill on April 23rd, 2012, 05:11 PM
Quote from Jeff Nading on April 23rd, 2012, 10:42 AM
Quote from securesupplies on April 23rd, 2012, 09:54 AM
Quote from cncjoe on April 21st, 2012, 10:38 PM
I watched a video in which Stan Meyer talked about resonance in his HHO cells. He actually had a circuit that seemed to scan for the right frequency automatically. Unfortunately for me, I don't understand ANY of the math at the link you posted. Seems like some people have the ability to think mathematically or proportionately. For example it takes 1 volt to push 1 amp through 1 ohm of resistance and all of the mutations thereof. I'm one of the guys that had to have the teacher stop to remind me of all the rules that make their particular equation work. It never clicked for me. If resonance could be explained to me at the atomic or molecular level I might have a fighting chance to understand it better. Mind taking a stab at that? Please?
check this one


www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKjUzsNj8NM


 these is a good explanation of scanning method , which is not vital to make gas to replace your go go juice.

it is easier than you think, please look at basic wfc 11 cell notes and 8xa circuit and vic and you have it man
So, what did Zero F F's conclude from his research? It was 2008 when he came up with this hypothesis, did he prove or disprove it :D?
Yes his opinion has changed its in the comments

" ZeroFossilFuel - My theory on Meyers use of resonance has changed since this video. Stan did not use caustic electrolyte. Distilled water is an insulating dielectric. The only way to induce a current through an insulating dielectric is with resonance using SERIES RLC, just as he describes. It's no more or less efficient at producing HHO than by using electrolytes. What it IS is safer and easier to maintain."
i also asked him one time if he thinks Stan's stuff works  and he never really got too deep in to it as to put years of study in to is and so his work is good but he told me he did not fully dive in to it like we did... not with the new data and such... so its a good round on info but just remember that this was before the time where we had much info to go in... just theory... that's what he noted to me in a conversation.

~Russ