Your post makes no sense at all to me. What exactly are you suggesting is being held on the walls of the tubes before current can react to it?
When one understands that through acceleration, the water can be pulled apart and held on the walls of the tubes before current can react to it, then that person will understand what he was doing. It does act as a capacitor!. But just not quite in the manner that Stan explains it. When it discharges it is all pushed out, that is the resonant action he describes, it acts like a pump.
Just dismissing everything he said is foolishness. He just didn't want anyone stealing it. Which in a greed driven economy is the wise thing to do.
As for just high voltage, high current pulses, there are patents on that stuff already.
What are you suggesting is accelerating? And why accelerating?
On the contrary, I feel it is quite acceptable for anyone to dismiss anything Meyer stated if they judge it to be nonsensical mumbo-jumbo. In fact I believe more people need to do just this and start to think for themselves.
And for anyone with a little education in the field, it is blatantly obvious that the Technical Brief was clearly written by someone lacking in the necessary education and knowledge. And I'm afraid making up his own science and pseudoscientific terms goes no way to giving him any real credibility in the academic world. If he had studied science and researched properly he wouldn't have had to invent words and terms.