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Old 09-19-2008, 07:36 PM
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Daniel Dingel

Hi Voltage low current you get zapped real Bad.
High Voltage low current will not light a regular 120Vac or 220 Vac Light Bulb even a 40 watter if it did then the current must be greater than you assume.
If the current was greater ,you would certainly be electrocuted.
Try lighting a Light bulb with an Automotive Coil, guess what it wont work.
If you can match the impedance of the Light bulb you may have a better chance .
For example if you require a 50 Ohm match for an antenna using High frequency (RF) you can light a #47 Light Bulb quite easy.
Even 60 Volt DC given an amp or more can kill.
10000 volt at 1 ma or less will give you a the shock of your life.
Try touching an electric fencer ,just to mention one of many HV low current devices. Look at Tasers they are not supposed to kill but they can.
Just my nickel worth of Wisdom.

Originally Posted by billb0169 View Post
Hi All,

Here is one interesting observation from a Dingle water car video. Please note while he is demonstrating to the reporter at approximately the 4:55 mark he puts a test light in the cell and it lights up. Also note that he asks the reporter to touch the water and no electrical shock occurs. This would seem to indicate that he is using high voltage and very low current to perform electrolysis.

YouTube - Daniel Dingle Water Car (extended version) - part 1 (Check from 4:55)

This also would seem to be the case with Stanley Meyers method of electrolysis.

"Meyer's cell seems to have many of the attributes of an electrolytic cell except that it functions at high voltage, low current rather than the other way around."

"A witness team of independent UK scientifc observers testified that US inventor Stanley Meyer successfully decomposed ordinary tap water into constituent elements through a combination of high, pulsed voltage using an average current measured only in milliamps. Reported gas evolution was enough to sustain a hydrogen /oxygen flame which instantly melted steel."

"One demonstration cell was fitted with two parallel plate "excitors". Using tap water to fill the cell, the plates generated gas at very low current levels --- no greater than a tenth of an amp on the ammeter, and claimed to be milliamps by Meyer --- and this gas production increased steadily as the plates were moved closer together and decreased as they were separated. The DC voltage appeared to be pulsed at tens of thousands of volts."

Stanley Meyer: Water Fuel Cell

I truly believe both of these guys used a very similar approach to get a large amount of hho gas from their cells without consuming a lot of amperage.

Last edited by professor; 09-19-2008 at 07:45 PM. Reason: addition
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