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just a comment on the joe cell:
I think alot of electrical phenomena with water are all inter-related, understanding one part might help understanding some other process involving water.
James Goss talks about water charging up to high voltages if well insulated from earth in joe cell type system. He also worked out that the rate of bubbling influences the rate of charge up time.
This phenomenon was discovered and found practical application in Lord Kelvins Water Electrograph ( late 19th centry) ( different device to kelvin water dropper it predates water dropper)
Meyer is using high voltage pulses to split aligned water molecules.
I suspect in the joe cell that if its well insulated from earth the water holds a high voltage charge,
and that is creating the disassociation to hho, though i'm not familiar with fine details of joe cell,
the stages of preparing a joe cell may well be conditioning the stainless plates with oxide layer ( insulator).
So meyer is using water as capacitor/ joe cell it acts as capacitor ( may explain why its hard to replicate since any earth discharges the cell), and high voltage also plays a role.
Kelvin water dropper uses separated/stored charge via water stream split up into droplets.
Kelvin water electrograph uses break up of water stream into droplets to create charge separation and measure atmospheric voltage gradient.
So another aspect of this process is the water/air interface, if a water body breaks into droplets, charge separation occurs ( water body goes positive, water droplets go negative).
The surface of meyers cell will also undergo charge separation how this can be used or has any relavance I have no idea, just thinking aloud I guess.
Some people have observed cells continuing to produce hho after power turned off, I suspect the cell was well insulated from ground, and held its charge for some time. The discharge of water as capacitor somehow producing hho. A very well insulated cell ( from earth) might continue for some time to produce hho.