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Originally posted by BillyBobT
...who the heck care about patents and schematics?...
Originally posted by dave7
Stan is not the first to be murdered (by oil barron goons?)
a guy in New Zealand was also
....what makes Stan different is that he had perfected it down to a fine art over 20 years....his Hydrogen Dune Buggy could go from LA to NY on 22 gallons of water
...& run much better than on gasoline
....motors run much cooler on hydrogen, they are more powerful & smoother...
the 'safe' Hydrogen Tech that makes & uses Hydrogen from water that he fine tuned is not the dangerous fuel cell or storage tank type that has been 'allowed' us
....There are less efficent (up to 40% improvement) versions of Stans type available out there now for a few hundred bucks but they draw 8 amps or more from car alternator....but Stans was TOO good...the military wanted it....Stan died....GB
Just found some more info.... [ Stan Meyer was our technological savior. He said that America had become too dependent on oil and he wanted to change that.
Although he had no formal education having quit high school
Stan Meyer was an inventive genius and his ideas were revolutionary.
Using his amazing intellect for good rather than personal gain, he intended to help humanity.
Stan found a way of using only half an amp of electricity to fracture water molecules separating the oxygen and hydrogen on demand.
As the hydrogen was produced it was burned creating combustion more powerful than gasoline, and water was the only significant exhaust emission.
Stan Meyer's water engine technology could easily have been developed to power planes, ships, trains, and spacecraft, completely eliminating our need for oil.
Stan Meyer said he trusted in angels to protect him, but in March 1998, Stan was poisoned and died in the parking lot of a restaurant in his home town of Grove City, Ohio.
According to his brother Steve, the U.S. Government came to Stan's home a week after his murder and confiscated his car, which got 100 miles per gallon of water, and they stole all of his research equipment which he had used to develop the new technology.
Stan had been threatened many times and would not sell out to Arab Oil Corp. Stan said he was offered a billion dollars from an Arab to basically shelve his idea but he said, "No, this technology is for the people."
Energy yields from one gallon of water were predicted to equal that of 44,000 to 108,000 barrels of oil
the last words he said were, " I've been poisoned" , then he rushed out of the restaurant & collapsed & died in the parking lot
Originally posted by rapturas
I saw some footage from CNN last year about a water powered engine and that the US military were interested in the technology (here is the link the video vids.myspace.com...).
I sent it around to everyone i knew and asked them to pass it on in the hope that someone would strive to commercialise this technology but to no avail.
The scientific based people came back saying the technology was not possible or at least, it would take more energy to breakdown 2H2O into 2H2 and O2, something to do with thermodynamics if i remember correctly.
Recently i got in contact with someone whom was willing to assist me (he is an engineer for an automotives company) and we hoped to have preliminary design for the reaction chamber where the electrolysis takes place by early next year. Due to present circumstances neither of us are able to work on the project at this time but we will strive to have it complete as soon as humanly possible (a design that isnt already patented).
One thing you can be sure of, if we get this working we will make sure the whole world and his son/daughter knows about this.
Originally posted by NRen2k5
Originally posted by donwhite
dave7 says Stan Meyer patented his standard WFC (Water Fuel Cell).= USP # 4936961. I believe anyone can obtain a copy of this patent for $35 from the US Patent Office in W-DC.