VIC Capacitor


In this post, I will be keeping a running journal detailing all of my findings through thought and experimentation concerning the VIC capacitor, also known as the WFC. Dimensions: Inner Plate Geometry: Cylinder Material: 304L stainless steel Height: 4.068 inches (0.1033272 meters) Outer diameter: 0.503 inches (0.0127762 meters) Total area of inner plate surface: ~6.42

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Operating Meyer's VIC


From information in the patents and technical documentation written by Stan Meyer, it is clear that the Voltage Intensifier Circuit (VIC) is the key to Meyer's claim of deriving oxyhydrogen gas from water while consuming almost no power. According to Meyer, this effect can best be achieved by constructing an asymmetric capacitor made from stainless steel tubes arranged co-axially using

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Scientists Discover Dielectron Charging of Water Nano-Droplet


Scientists have discovered fundamental steps of charging of nano-sized water droplets and unveiled the long-sought-after mechanism of hydrogen emission from irradiated water. Working together at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Tel Aviv University, scientists have discovered when the number of water molecules in a cluster exceeds 83, two excess electrons may attach to it — forming dielectrons — making it a

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Method For the Production of a Fuel Gas


For reference, I am posting Stan Meyer's patent US4936961A, "Method For the Production of a Fuel Gas". The actual patent may be downloaded here. This invention relates to a method for obtaining the release of a fuel gas mixture including hydrogen and oxygen from water in which the water is processed as a dielectric medium in an electrical resonant circuit

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The Periodic Table of Light


Is the periodicty of the elements a function of the periodicity of the octave? Is matter better understood as a manifestation of very high frequency harmonics? To approach this question, lets first consider a listing of all the known elements that make up the physical universe. In 1871 Medeleev organized these elements into a table now well known as the

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Stanley Meyer International Patent WO92-07861


Meyer’s International Patent WO92-07861 is a document that rises very nearly to the level of full technical disclosure with respect to his Hydrogen Gas Management System (GMS) and the sustained operation of the Electrical Polarization Process. For reference, I am here posting this document which is titled "Control and Driver Circuits for a Hydrogen Gas Fuel Producing Cell". The

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Meyer’s Gas Core Transformer


Could it be that the very first patent Stan Meyer ever submitted is the key to understanding all of his subsequent water fuel related inventions? After spending some time with this document, I believe this may be the case. Meyer titled this patent “Electrical Particle Generator”, a name which would not attract too much attention to itself. Furthermore, Meyer never

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Endless Octaves of Light


To begin to understand energy, it is necessary to develop an understanding of harmonics. How convenient is it that the underlying infinite intelligence has endowed humanity with senses that can be used by the astute to intuit energy’s true nature, to thus arrive at a higher understanding by an analysis of light and sound? Energy manifests on the stage

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The Music of Matter


The principles of harmonics, well-known to the musician, are the very principles that govern the laws of physics. All octaves of energy, whether within the range of human investigation or beyond it, are the same. Each octave varies from the next only in scale and the amount of energy required to sustain the oscillation. The chart below reflects 100 octaves

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Hydrogen Fracturing Technology Overview Chart


The large image below contains a view of the connections between the various elements of Meyer’s Hydrogen Fracturing technology. You may need to use your browsers “zoom-out” function to see the whole chart. Alternatively you can click on the image to load it in a more manageable way.

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