Amp Inhibitor Stanley Meyer

 

Yes everything you just posted is true, but the point I am trying to make is, the cell will always want to pull current. That's the one thing we want to stop from happening. Even if we use a step up transformer that outputs 2kv, the cell will just pull that voltage down to a couple volts, because of the cells ability to pull current. So my point was, could we use a simple circuit to turn off the power pulses when current starts to flow. That way the voltage we apply to the cell, might have a chance to rise at the cell, while restricting current.Don  LC resonance is one thing, yes it does restrict amps when resonance is found. But that still doesn't restrict the amps the cell pulls. The cells capacitance has very little effect on LC resonance. LC resonance takes place in the chokes. LC resonance alone doesn't make it work. It is only one part of the puzzle. The high voltage you get out of the VIC is still sucked up by the cell.

 

Maybe. What if the impulses hitting the cell happen so rapidly, the cell hasn't the time to react? Actually, the water doesn't have time to react, i.e. it accepts the charge as just a charge, not a current flow. Let's say you place a spark gap (high voltage switch) between the VIC and the cell. The voltage climbs in the VIC until it jumps the gap. At that point there is a charge on the cell, but very soon after this, the spark is gone, now you have an open circuit externally to the cell and opposite charge on the two electrodes within the cell. Granted, this charge won't last long, but it will impose some level of ionization. Once the charge dissipates, hit it again. My theory here is if this fails to cause any gas production, I'm very suspicious as to whether voltage alone can perform any work splitting water, in which case, there is far more to the story.

 

 

ok here are some ideas to brainstorm on...1. We would need a circuit to test the current draw.once the current reach a certain level lets say 2 amps then it trigers to off possition.under 2 amps it trigers to on possition.for the logic sequence above we could use an amp probe connected to arduino circuit and programed with those parameters...2. Another way would be to use a relay that is normaly closed and when reaches 2 amp will open the contact and de-energized cell circuit. cell current drops then the coil field colapses reinganging the normaly closed contact. carefull chossing of relay and resister network requred for this to work properly.3. Another way would be to use a 2 amp circuit breaker. The problem is how can it reset itself automaticaly?4. Another way would be to use an inline current limiting resistor.. this would probably heat up dou. and cause voltage drop.what do you think?

 

 

There are some ways to implement those observation circuits.But there is a problem:you can make a quick and dirty setup and then operational parameters are poor and it´s difficult to create useful results, if any ...as an alternative you can build or buy a powerful circuit for in depth analysis of the effects, but then it takes time and money to build the setup.to understand that you have to compare laboratory equipment from companies and universities to homebuilt setups and you will see the difference ...as long as experimenters can´t or don´t spend the money needed for those setups they won´t be made available ... So there is no market for these products :idea:that´s the problem ...but there are ways to proceed ...just some appetizers ... :2 channels scope (let´s say Rigol DS1052E) connected for voltage and current measurement, coupled to a windows client program observing measured power dynamics and that windows program controlling a pulse generator in a closed loop regulator configuration should give the insights needed.or expand a pulse generator for voltage and current measurement and let it do the whole job on it´s own.who will program those products and who will buy them? to answer that question take a look at those individuals marking their threads here as "BUILDER:"now it seams reasonable that devices used have to have smart features to make the invisible visible, doesn´t it?

 

voltage is created by electrons so electrons must travel to he wfc plates, but they must not enter the water, amps are necessary and the vic locks / inhibits the current after the electrons have traveled to the cell.

 

when treating the SM type cell with high voltage after the voltage drop the cell will not return to 0V. It will hold the charge for a latency time until it drops to zero.

 

 

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Stan mentions multiple times in his writings the convenience of not just controlling the pulse width but also the "voltage amplitude"Now in Stans info we find references to "variable voltage amplitude" yet it’s usually in fixed positions in his diagrams. (Selector switch, or variac manual control etc).What do you guys think of trying to apply a varying voltage during a repetitive pulse train?Usually we only apply a fixed voltage pulse. And if we get it right this charges the cell.Now imagine a step increasing voltage amplitude pulse. During step charging our cell. Acording to stan it should enhance the polarization process.Let me know what you guys think, should i follow this rabbit?In the video bellow I attempt to explain how to achieve this electronically using a sequential circuit to trigger multiple SCR gates sequentially during repetitive pulse trains./watch?v=99V-kr_8zio&feature=c4-overview&list=UU095jfI446MK9VoLnAJKwRwThat's good information. Thanks!I also want to note that Attenuating means "lowering". So Stanley was evidently specifically implying that one should start with higher voltage and work their way down. This is confirmed by the second sentence wherein he speaks of obtaining "an even higher gas-yield (88) at maximum voltage deflection (xxx Vn)."As a sample below, I hope that it might be possible for me to do something like this below to make Stan's document easier to review and understand.Try all the links and let me know what you think. Just pay attention to the numbers on the images to see what you looking for.--------------------------------From the book The Birth of New Technology - S.Meyer: By attenuating voltage amplitude (Vo xxx Vn) in conjunction with pulse-width (65a xxx 65n) allowsvoltage intensifier circuit (190) of Figure (3-23) to tune-in and match the resonant characteristics or resonant frequency of water bath (91) since water bath (91) always maintains its dielectric properties during pulsing operations. At resonance, electrical polarization process (160) interacts uniformly withliberated charged particles (92/95) of Figure (3-25) to obtain an even higher gas-yield (88) at maximum voltage deflection (xxx Vn). The established resonant frequency is most generally in the audio range from 1 Khz up to and beyond 10 Khz and is dependent upon the amount of contaminants in natural water. Oscillating and superimposing electrical charged particles unto the Electrical Polarization process at a given pulse-frequency is, now, herein called "Resonant Action", as illustrated in (240) of Figure (3-25).

I'm understanding Stanley's reasoning behind this a little better now after seeing this post by freethisone:http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=321&pid=20991#pid20991So, After a high voltage exposure the water molecules in the chamber will polarize as respects their magnetic alignment in relation to the cathode and the anode. This polarization remains momentarily even after the voltage is droped. THIS state IS the BIAS LINE for phase transition to plasma, which can be pushed and maintained by oscillating and superimposing additional electrical charged particles at a certain pulse-frequency, but without maintaining as high of a voltage as at first.Mogir

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