Here you go:
Water as Fuel
Since i began seriously browsing the internet, surfing for information 15 years ago, i was at once puzzled by the tremendous discrepancy in
information, and worse, the amount of false info out there. Of course, you will always get spammers, idiots, whacko's, and disinfo agents.
After hearing of the Stan Meyer car i soon lost interest because everybody said it was impossible, he simply had a hidden fuel tank somewhere, & that
So instead of going any further, i just chalked it up as yet another fake story, meant for publicity, but no real scientific find at all.
Around 3 years ago, i had some time on my hands, so i thought i would take another look.
I was amazed to find not only plenty of solid evidence that it worked, but that the laws of Thermodynamics (if not entirely broken) had been twisted
into a pretzel.
Natural law says it will take just as much energy to split the water (normally by electrolysis) than you will get back from the resulting
But is that true?
Well, i know the power of hydrogen gas exploding, i have seen it rip apart stainless steel containers 1/8" thick like it was paper, and that was
probably less than one litre of gas.
The actual mechanism where this energy gain happens, is highly complex, and several people have explained it by way of a low energy nuclear reaction
(LENR) which is normally found in Cold Fusion discussions. A tiny amount of mass is lost, and that's where all the energy comes from.
I must confess, i am lousy at math, so i have to rely on those who are good at it..
What i can tell you is that water can be split using very little energy, using a combination of techniques like high voltages, pulse circuits,
resonance etc. And this can run your car, with a few slight modifications.
There is no documented proof that the system produces enough hydrogen to run an engine. To date no peer review studies of Meyer's devices have been
published in the scientific literature, although his claims have been thoroughly discredited in scientific journals.
Well, there is now
In 1996, Meyer was sued by two investors to whom he had sold dealerships, offering the right to do business in Water Fuel Cell technology. His car was
due to be examined by the expert witness Michael Laughton, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Queen Mary, University of London and Fellow of the
Royal Academy of Engineering. However, Meyer made what Professor Laughton considered a "lame excuse" on the days of examination and did not allow the
test to proceed. According to Meyer the technology was patent pending and under investigation by the patent office, the Department of Energy and
the military. His "water fuel cell" was later examined by three expert witnesses in court who found that there "was nothing revolutionary about
the cell at all and that it was simply using conventional electrolysis". The court found Meyer guilty of "gross and egregious fraud" and ordered him
to repay the two investors their $25,000.
Stanley Meyer died suddenly on March 21, 1998 after dining at a restaurant. An autopsy report by the Franklin County, Ohio coroner concluded that
Meyer had died of a cerebral aneurysm, but conspiracy theorists insist that he was poisoned to suppress the technology, and that oil companies and the
United States government were involved in his death.
Wiki failed to mention he was attacked & beaten to the ground a few times...
In honour of this brave and talented man, we have decided to open source everything.
Members of the I.F. have done this research, and showed me their results. We swapped some ideas, and everyone went to their sheds to tinker.
So far we have at least 2 independent verifications of this technology.
We used both a low-tech and high-tech approach, both worked.
Here is Stan's original paper:
Water Fuel Cell
And here is an expanded version, with an independent analysis by P.G.Bailey and T.Grotz including legal documents, testimonies etc:
Undaunted, we decided to go ahead, using both 'brute force' and 'resonant' techniques.
3 significant problems have been dealt with;
1) Safety; Gas-on-demand, flashback arrestors, and a gas cut-off ensure there is very little risk of an explosion.
2) Volume; to produce enough liters per minute to run a car (based on a 2--2.6 litre engine.
3) Ratio; To get the right ratio and at the same time not melt the engine.
Mega, mega thanks to Max, Bob, and the rest of the forum, you guys rock!
edit on 30-12-2012 by playswithmachines because: Links fixed