Stanley Meyer Channel 6 News Report





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Uploaded on Jun 26, 2011

This is a late 80's, early 90's video of Stan Meyers on his local channel 6 Grove City Ohio news channel with his first version of the water powered car which consisted of a boiler cell being powered by a modified alternator... Stan is tuning the alternator with an electric motor behind the drive seat of the car... The other side of the car behind the passenger seat has what looks like a single motor by it self.. It is not a motor, it is a old school rotary inverter.. stan was using it to convert his 12vdc maybe even 24vdc into the 120volts 60hz he needed to power the motor that is driving his modified alternator.. the secret to this unit may be simple... compared to the later 2 versions which were the resonant cavity and the water splitter injector.. Stan Meyers figured out 3 important things in his hydrogen generator system canadian patent.. reference at the following link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcPtTw...

Stanley Meyer Figured out the following
These 3 things ENHANCE the generation rate of fuel gas
1) decrease in distance between plates increase
2) increase in surface area
3) that the geometric shape of a tube produces way more gas then a flat plate cell. (tubes are the prefered embodiment)

Technically what that patent tells me is the more surface area you have the more gas production for your watt.. I think the more surface area you have the more area you provide for the "voltage wave bursts" to interact with the water (perform work).. The voltage pulses are traveling waves on the surface of the tubes.. the more surface they have the further they can travel..

The important factor that Stan discovered when pulsing the current rather then direct DC like electrolysis is that the pulsed voltage produces a Dryer fuel gas.. constant DC provides a higher moisture content to the gases produced...

When you meter exhaust to mix with your fuel.. you are adding "STEAM" (moisture) which i believe is what Stan considered a gas modulator... the steam dilutes the fuel gasses into a slower burn rate.. dampening the thermal explosive yield.. I mention this because it pertains to the product of electrolysis.. electrolysis having a higher moisture content during production is dampening the energy yield during conversion..

Continuous Electrolysis:
55 cc/min @ 1 amp ( Gasses comprise 15%; Moisture 85%)
20% Potassium Hydroxide Electrolytic Aqueous Solution
(55 cc /min @ 1 amp ) x 60 min. x 4.0 amps consumed = 13,200 cc/hr.
13,200 cc/hr. - [11,220 (85% moisture content)] = a total of 1,980cc of fuel gas a hour

Pulsed Electrolysis :
20 Microseconds 50% Duty Pulse Rate
68 cc/min @ 1 amp (Gasses comprise 97% ; Moisture content 3%)
20% Potassium Hydroxide Electrolytic Aqueous Solution
(68 cc/min @ 1 amp) x 60 min. x 4.0 amps consumed = 16,320 cc/hr.
16320 cc/hr. - [(498.6 (3% Moisture Content)] = 15,830 cc/hr

WFC Voltage Disassociation of the Water Molecule:
194.2 cc/min @ 1 amp (Gasses comprises greater than or equal to 99.99%; and less then or equal to 1ppm Moisture
Tap Water: [ Potassium (1ppm)/ Sodium (10ppm)] Contaminates
(194.2 cc/min @ 1 amp) x 60 min x 4.0 amp LEAKAGE = 46,600 cc/hr.

Therefore, WFC Differential Efficiency Factor:

194.2 cc/min.- 68cc/min = 126.2 divided by 68 = 1.85 or 185% WFC improvement over the prior art..

A reference from a document of Stan Meyers


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