Overview / Big Picture of Stan's Inventions

ejb

Overview / Big Picture of Stan's Inventions
« on December 20th, 2011, 08:31 PM »
First off - Hi.

This is my first post on these forums and only yesterday did I learn that Stan Meyers (and his inventions) existed. Kudos to Russ for this - his hour long youtube video highlighting the gravity of Stan's patents really pulled me in. That has led to some-what of a information binge for me. I've been scouring youtube, rwgresearch, these forums, and wikipedia for any and all information related to Stan's work. I am not educated in Physics or Chemistry beyond the basic requirements I've had to meet along my way to a Computer Science degree.

So having said that I could *really* benefit from an overview of how everything fits together. When I say "everything" I am basically referring to Stan's inventions as a whole. I understand that this isn't completely known at this point but it would be great to get the most recent opinions.
It would also be beneficial to get a brief (one or two sentence) description of what each one does. like Gas Processor - Separates electrons from gas atom, etc.
And maybe some of the inventions serve the same purpose as earlier ones, but have been improved, etc. That would be helpful to know, for those of us who don't immediately see that connection (if it exists).
Any other "big picture" type of info would be appreciated as well.

Thank you very much! I love the open source format of this site... coming from the world of open source software I can vouch for the model and its success. Keep it up!
RE: Overview / Big Picture of Stan's Inventions
« Reply #1, on December 20th, 2011, 08:57 PM »
Quote from KyleAdam on December 20th, 2011, 08:46 PM
There are several videos that show that his invention is turning water into its components in just a few seconds.Meyer's invention was based on a process that we learned in middle-school science labs.Stanley Meyer is the inventor of water fueled cars.
Thanks for the reply.

Let me state briefly what I already know and what I'm fuzzy about...
- Stan allegedly made a car that ran on water and could get him from LA to NY on 22 gallons of water.
- he did this by extracting the hydrogen atoms "on demand" or at least didn't have a tank or surplus of hydrogen on board.
- magnetized gas or plasma, harmonics, high volts + low amps, lasers, and corona fields are involved ;)

I'm fuzzy about which inventions do what, and in what sequence they would be used to ultimately fuel an ICE on water.

~Russ

RE: Overview / Big Picture of Stan's Inventions
« Reply #2, on December 20th, 2011, 09:22 PM »
Quote from ejb on December 20th, 2011, 08:57 PM
Quote from KyleAdam on December 20th, 2011, 08:46 PM
There are several videos that show that his invention is turning water into its components in just a few seconds.Meyer's invention was based on a process that we learned in middle-school science labs.Stanley Meyer is the inventor of water fueled cars.
Thanks for the reply.

Let me state briefly what I already know and what I'm fuzzy about...
- Stan allegedly made a car that ran on water and could get him from LA to NY on 22 gallons of water.
- he did this by extracting the hydrogen atoms "on demand" or at least didn't have a tank or surplus of hydrogen on board.
- magnetized gas or plasma, harmonics, high volts + low amps, lasers, and corona fields are involved ;)

I'm fuzzy about which inventions do what, and in what sequence they would be used to ultimately fuel an ICE on water.
hey! the user KyleAdam was spam... lol i will try to get a list like that together so we all can see how these things come together. really there should be a time line also so we can see the progresio0n of these things. but all these things will take some time to document.

some i will work o it and hope to have something some time... soon.

glad your here thanks for joining!

~Russ

ejb

RE: Overview / Big Picture of Stan's Inventions
« Reply #3, on December 20th, 2011, 09:27 PM »
Quote from ~Russ/Rwg42985 on December 20th, 2011, 09:22 PM
Quote from ejb on December 20th, 2011, 08:57 PM
Quote from KyleAdam on December 20th, 2011, 08:46 PM
There are several videos that show that his invention is turning water into its components in just a few seconds.Meyer's invention was based on a process that we learned in middle-school science labs.Stanley Meyer is the inventor of water fueled cars.
Thanks for the reply.

Let me state briefly what I already know and what I'm fuzzy about...
- Stan allegedly made a car that ran on water and could get him from LA to NY on 22 gallons of water.
- he did this by extracting the hydrogen atoms "on demand" or at least didn't have a tank or surplus of hydrogen on board.
- magnetized gas or plasma, harmonics, high volts + low amps, lasers, and corona fields are involved ;)

I'm fuzzy about which inventions do what, and in what sequence they would be used to ultimately fuel an ICE on water.
hey! the user KyleAdam was spam... lol i will try to get a list like that together so we all can see how these things come together. really there should be a time line also so we can see the progresio0n of these things. but all these things will take some time to document.

some i will work o it and hope to have something some time... soon.

glad your here thanks for joining!

~Russ
Haha, that response did seem a little vague... didn't want to be a jerk though. Figures that it was spam.

Even a simple flow like: water > HHO > GP > EPG > ICE would be helpful right now.
I understand that this will take time, though.

Thanks

~Russ

RE: Overview / Big Picture of Stan's Inventions
« Reply #4, on December 20th, 2011, 11:08 PM »
Quote from ejb on December 20th, 2011, 09:27 PM
Quote from ~Russ/Rwg42985 on December 20th, 2011, 09:22 PM
Quote from ejb on December 20th, 2011, 08:57 PM
Quote from KyleAdam on December 20th, 2011, 08:46 PM
There are several videos that show that his invention is turning water into its components in just a few seconds.Meyer's invention was based on a process that we learned in middle-school science labs.Stanley Meyer is the inventor of water fueled cars.
Thanks for the reply.

Let me state briefly what I already know and what I'm fuzzy about...
- Stan allegedly made a car that ran on water and could get him from LA to NY on 22 gallons of water.
- he did this by extracting the hydrogen atoms "on demand" or at least didn't have a tank or surplus of hydrogen on board.
- magnetized gas or plasma, harmonics, high volts + low amps, lasers, and corona fields are involved ;)

I'm fuzzy about which inventions do what, and in what sequence they would be used to ultimately fuel an ICE on water.
hey! the user KyleAdam was spam... lol i will try to get a list like that together so we all can see how these things come together. really there should be a time line also so we can see the progresio0n of these things. but all these things will take some time to document.

some i will work o it and hope to have something some time... soon.

glad your here thanks for joining!

~Russ
Haha, that response did seem a little vague... didn't want to be a jerk though. Figures that it was spam.

Even a simple flow like: water > HHO > GP > EPG > ICE would be helpful right now.
I understand that this will take time, though.

Thanks
well. how about this for a start. here is what me and Alex are working on. i will know more after my burn rate testing.

see photo. thanks, ~Russ

Muxar

RE: Overview / Big Picture of Stan's Inventions
« Reply #5, on December 21st, 2011, 12:53 AM »
Quote from ~Russ/Rwg42985 on December 20th, 2011, 11:08 PM
Quote from ejb on December 20th, 2011, 09:27 PM
Quote from ~Russ/Rwg42985 on December 20th, 2011, 09:22 PM
Quote from ejb on December 20th, 2011, 08:57 PM
Quote from KyleAdam on December 20th, 2011, 08:46 PM
There are several videos that show that his invention is turning water into its components in just a few seconds.Meyer's invention was based on a process that we learned in middle-school science labs.Stanley Meyer is the inventor of water fueled cars.
Thanks for the reply.

Let me state briefly what I already know and what I'm fuzzy about...
- Stan allegedly made a car that ran on water and could get him from LA to NY on 22 gallons of water.
- he did this by extracting the hydrogen atoms "on demand" or at least didn't have a tank or surplus of hydrogen on board.
- magnetized gas or plasma, harmonics, high volts + low amps, lasers, and corona fields are involved ;)

I'm fuzzy about which inventions do what, and in what sequence they would be used to ultimately fuel an ICE on water.
hey! the user KyleAdam was spam... lol i will try to get a list like that together so we all can see how these things come together. really there should be a time line also so we can see the progresio0n of these things. but all these things will take some time to document.

some i will work o it and hope to have something some time... soon.

glad your here thanks for joining!

~Russ
Haha, that response did seem a little vague... didn't want to be a jerk though. Figures that it was spam.

Even a simple flow like: water > HHO > GP > EPG > ICE would be helpful right now.
I understand that this will take time, though.

Thanks
well. how about this for a start. here is what me and Alex are working on. i will know more after my burn rate testing.

see photo. thanks, ~Russ
Good Job Russ!!
Looks very nice! and will help people to understand what´s going on over here!


~Russ

RE: Overview / Big Picture of Stan's Inventions
« Reply #6, on December 21st, 2011, 02:27 AM »
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Good Job Russ!!
Looks very nice! and will help people to understand what´s going on over here!
thanks! this was a flow chart just so we have a place to start. Alex is working on the programing and i'm doing hardware. there is a lot to be done but i will make a new thread on this when its time! :)

~Russ

ejb

RE: Overview / Big Picture of Stan's Inventions
« Reply #7, on December 21st, 2011, 08:23 AM »
Thanks for the flowchart Russ!

WFC = Water Fuel Cell?

The assumption of that system is that there's a on-demand supply of HHO... Do you have any similar flow charts showing how that supply is created? Or your best guess?