Stan Meyer-Methods of current limiting (Video discussion)

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Stan Meyer-Methods of current limiting (Video discussion)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fs2XXMSSQF4

In this video I explain the various methods Stan used to limit current through the WFC and what it creates.



After all these years of research I decided the best thing to do is share what I know and what others have shared with me.
This video was long overdue.

Years ago on this site Farrahday and I both discussed the importance of the EDLC and I was surprised no one picked up on it.

More to come

Lynx

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Quote from HMS-776 on July 20th, 08:09 AM
Years ago on this site Farrahday and I both discussed the importance of the EDLC and I was surprised no one picked up on it.

More to come
Thanks ever so much for sharing HMS, it's highly appreciated.

HMS-776

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Your welcome, I hope it helps.

If you (or anyone) has any questions, concerns, or disagreements please share them because that's what's enabled us to get to this point of understanding.
I don't want to be the kind of person who says what I'm sharing is absolute because there are always other ways of looking at, understanding, or explaining things.

This will be an important year as far as Stan Meyer's work goes. I know I still have some very big things coming up. These last videos are all lead-ins to a much bigger and much more important finding that I had back in March.

Lynx

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Well the only thing I can come to think of right now is that from the get go, I.E with no bubbles sticking on cell electrodes, the RE value (which it is called if I recall correctly) of the cell gives that the resonant circuit by necessity has to home in on one specific frequency, which gradually changes the more bubbles there are that forms on the electrodes, to end up with the "Stan Meyer gas producing frequency" at hand, which of course will vary from one WFC setup to the next.
Or that's atleast the way I've come to understand how the whole procedure works from start to "Stan Meyer" gas production, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong or if I'm missing a few key points here.

securesupplies

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Just Some notes We are all I am sure looking very closely at ,

1)Stabilizing that variance with a dbd barrier this may have been  planned included  or is an advance.  The sin Effect than becomes a Managed property.

2) Using the 11 th Cell as a Sonic Vibration  can also make nano bubbles or dissolve bubbled into the water  , if water bath is + charged (aka - electrons reduced or removed)  The Water surface tension will increase., This has a effect on how long nano bubbles are held and also the resistance, this also  up the caloric yield of water per liter based on the saturated  h1 h2 gas which is no h20)

HMS-776

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Lynx,

I agree. Also, the frequency changes as the voltage increases since higher voltages produce more gas which you probably already figured out. One problem (imo) Stan encountered was gas saturation of the cells where the production actually began to drop off.

The simple solution was to use a water pump, which was also used to pump the water through the electrostatic filter to stabilize the resistance.

Ronnie explained that you have to start at a low voltage. The system cannot start off at a high voltage...as voltage is raised frequency is tuned to it.

I did more testing on my VIC last night. Will be doing a video explaining my theories on current requirements in the VIC soon...Thanks to Ronnie and Matt Watts!

Lynx

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Quote from HMS-776 on July 22nd, 05:15 PM
I did more testing on my VIC last night. Will be doing a video explaining my theories on current requirements in the VIC soon...Thanks to Ronnie and Matt Watts!
Can't wait :thumbsup:

securesupplies

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The simple solution was to use a water pump, which was also used to pump the water through the electrostatic filter to stabilize the resistance.

 
Controlling the Water Fuel as a Gas or as a Saturated Gas in the Water .
These Notes come after years of building and study.

 1 Way Way to control the bubble effects on cell
is to Raise the + Charge of Water and dissolve Nano Bubble  the Gas into the water as a saturated gas it removes bubbles whilst keeping them in the medium,

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I agree with pumping and circulating water  as in a injector system by pass furl rail system which is what stan had in min taking from base of 11 cell or tank , it is important that if doing that the water stay cool (as it may heat up as it passes engine ) it should remain cold or cool water to hold gas dissolved   and not release it and it is important the fuel rails and  engine are positive charged so not to ground gas or water fuel stopping gtnt effect l

I POST THE SLIDES FOR  INCLUSIONS IN THE THINKING IN HMS  DISCUSSION on Cell Resistance

FOR SURE NOT TO DISRUPT THIS DISCUSSION WE CAN OPEN A NEW THREAD ON THESE SLIDES
 WE SHOULD NOT COMMENT ON SLIDE HERE JUST WAIT THE NEXT  TEXTS FROM HMS ON CELL TESTS with vic
 
JUST NOTE THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CONSIDERATION ON Handling charges and Bubbles
applies to water fuel and gas fuel

Dan

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Lynx,

I agree. Also, the frequency changes as the voltage increases since higher voltages produce more gas which you probably already figured out. One problem (imo) Stan encountered was gas saturation of the cells where the production actually began to drop off.

The simple solution was to use a water pump, which was also used to pump the water through the electrostatic filter to stabilize the resistance.

Ronnie explained that you have to start at a low voltage. The system cannot start off at a high voltage...as voltage is raised frequency is tuned to it.

I did more testing on my VIC last night. Will be doing a video explaining my theories on current requirements in the VIC soon...Thanks to Ronnie and Matt Watts!

HMS