I am NOT trying to prevent you from sharing your views in H2OPower's
You said you have nda so can't do your own thread, that's fine. This is
my thread and I'm dedicating it to what you mentioned in the last few
days. It struck a chord with me because you're mentioning things that
agree with much of what I've gathered without having a background
in the chemistry.
Again - there isn't anything discussed here that you haven't mentioned
in the Stanley Meyer Explained thread so obviously all your help there
you have chosen to place in the public domain.
I've considered ozone and nos from nitrogen since it is what makes up
most of the air for many years but I don't have the means to test most
of what I want to do so I have to stick to simple experiments. I've
considered opposite charges of air and water like air and gasoline can be
oppositely magnetically charged for a little gain in having a more
homogeneous mixture. But of course electrical opposites for the
parts of the fuel.
Also, it is 339am and for the first time yesterday, I found that you have
been posting about this in the Stan Meyer's thread since March of last
I apologize for asking questions about things you have already answered
multiple times. I'm up so late because I just read through the entire
Stan Meyer thread to see what you have been posting - your posts
are all new to me! Anyway, you're speaking my language and I have to
thank you big time because you're putting into words a lot of the concepts
that I have been trying to verbalize but hard without chemistry background.
Anyway, I just spent HOURS pouring through your posts in that thread.
I don't have the background to design a custom engine and am hoping
to see this technology applied to an off the shelf generator. Do you think
that is a waste of time or do you think a 5kw generator could generate
enough from water to supply a few kw's?
If a custom engine is needed to make it practical, then there isn't much
hope for the experimenters because not everyone can machine out an
Your perspective vibes with me. It's 4am and I have to sleep and let it
gel in my mind but a summary shouldn't be very lengthy to summarize
the basic principles of what you have shared that I think just plain makes
I learned a lot from the other threads and have done a lot of tests in the
past but you gave me some clarity to see the final touches.