Endless Octaves of Light

October 16th, 2011

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 of space and time as what we perceive as vibration; waves of pressure (the force of intention) imparted by light (which emanates from and is received by Mind) onto the stage of the conscious field. The quintessential nature of unmanifested energy (the intention of Mind)  is refracted by the prism of space and time thus, thought finds its path to form. It is very much like when the octave of visible light (Octave 50) is refracted, by the orderly geometry of a material crystalline lattice, into its 7 major tone components. In both cases, precisely the same thing has happened: expressions of Unity have fallen into less perfect pluralistic states so as to be made “digestible” for the witnessing “physical” presence.

Energy is mind-ignited causality.

Space and time are the stage where the effects of this causality unfold.

This refraction of energy  through space and time is seen to be vibratory, its oscillatory results emanating spherically whether perfectly or oblately.

The scale (or length) of each oscillation is related to the number of oscillations the energy wave produces in a given unit of time.  Though every octave may be infinitely divided (or at least very minutely divided indeed) into ever finer shades of semi-tones, there exists a direct correspondence between the Golden Ratio, Phi,  and the  12 major and minor tones. These 12 tones fall into natural  agreement with the universal human aesthetic for sight (color) and sound (pitch). These seminal tone positions within each  octave are represented below. I have clad them in the terminology of western music theory together with the Phi generated mathematical ratios which cause them.

Figure 0. - 12 tones of C

Figure 0. - 12 tones of C

Notice how the Major Tones “point” to the Northeast and the Minor Tones point to the Southwest. Notice also the opposing symmetry between the grey and white shapes.

The relationships between the Perfect Fifth intervals are instructive.

Figure 0.5 - Equilateral Fifths

Figure 0.5 - Equilateral Fifths

The 12 tone series of charts below provides specific frequency and wavelength data about 100 octaves of light. The series ranges from Octave 1 (starting from the tone produced by a single oscillation in one second)  up through Octave 100 (starting with the tone produced by 1,267,650,600,228,229,401,496,703,205,376  oscillations in one second).

Octave 1

Figure 1. - Octave 1

Figure 1. - Octave 1

Octave 2

Figure 2. - Octave 2

Figure 2. - Octave 2

Octave 3

Figure 3. - Octave 3

Figure 3. - Octave 3

Octave 4

Figure 4. - Octave 4

Figure 4. - Octave 4

Octave 5

Figure 5. - Octave 5

Figure 5. - Octave 5

Octave 6

Figure 6. - Octave 6

Figure 6. - Octave 6

Octave 7

Figure 7. - Octave 7

Figure 7. - Octave 7

Octave 8

Figure 8. - Octave 8

Figure 8. - Octave 8

Octave 9

Figure 9. - Octave 9

Figure 9. - Octave 9

Octave 10

Figure 10. - Octave 10

Figure 10. - Octave 10

Octave 11

Figure 11. - Octave 11

Figure 11. - Octave 11

Octave 12

Figure 12. - Octave 12

Figure 12. - Octave 12

Octave 13

Figure 13. - Octave 13

Figure 13. - Octave 13

Octave 14

Figure 14. - Octave 14

Figure 14. - Octave 14

Octave 15

Figure 15. - Octave 15

Figure 15. - Octave 15

Octave 16

Figure 16. - Octave 16

Figure 16. - Octave 16

Octave 17

Figure 17. - Octave 17

Figure 17. - Octave 17

Octave 18

Figure 18. - Octave 18

Figure 18. - Octave 18

Octave 19

Figure 19. - Octave 19

Figure 19. - Octave 19

Octave 20

Figure 20. - Octave 20

Figure 20. - Octave 20

Octave 21

Figure 21. - Octave 21

Figure 21. - Octave 21

Octave 22

Figure 22. - Octave 22

Figure 22. - Octave 22

Octave 23

Figure 23. - Octave 23

Figure 23. - Octave 23

Octave 24

Figure 24. - Octave 24

Figure 24. - Octave 24

Octave 25

Figure 25. - Octave 25

Figure 25. - Octave 25

Octave 26

Figure 26. - Octave 26

Figure 26. - Octave 26

Octave 27

Figure 27. - Octave 27

Figure 27. - Octave 27

Octave 28

Figure 28. - Octave 28

Figure 28. - Octave 28

Octave 29

Figure 29. - Octave 29

Figure 29. - Octave 29

Octave 30

Figure 30. - Octave 30

Figure 30. - Octave 30

Octave 31

Figure 31. - Octave 31

Figure 31. - Octave 31

Octave 32

Figure 32. - Octave 32

Figure 32. - Octave 32

Octave 33

Figure 33. - Octave 33

Octave 34

Figure 34. - Octave 34

Figure 34. - Octave 34

Octave 35

Figure 35. - Octave 35

Figure 35. - Octave 35

Octave 36

Figure 36. - Octave 36

Figure 36. - Octave 36

Octave 37

Figure 37. - Octave 37

Figure 37. - Octave 37

Octave 38

Figure 38. - Octave 38

Figure 38. - Octave 38

Octave 39

Figure 39. - Octave 39

Figure 39. - Octave 39

Octave 40

Figure 40. - Octave 40

Figure 40. - Octave 40

Octave 41

Figure 41. - Octave 41

Figure 41. - Octave 41

Octave 42

Figure 42. - Octave 42

Figure 42. - Octave 42

Octave 43

Figure 43. - Octave 43

Figure 43. - Octave 43

Octave 44

Figure 44. - Octave 44

Figure 44. - Octave 44

Octave 45

Figure 45. - Octave 45

Figure 45. - Octave 45

Octave 46

Figure 46. - Octave 46

Figure 46. - Octave 46

Octave 47

Figure 47. - Octave 47

Figure 47. - Octave 47

Octave 48

Figure 48. - Octave 48

Figure 48. - Octave 48

Octave 49

Figure 49. - Octave 49

Figure 49. - Octave 49

Octave 50

Figure 50. - Octave 50

Figure 50. - Octave 50

Octave 51

Figure 51. - Octave 51

Figure 51. - Octave 51

Octave 52

Figure 52. - Octave 52

Figure 52. - Octave 52

Octave 53

Figure 53. - Octave 53

Figure 53. - Octave 53

Octave 54

Figure 54. - Octave 54

Figure 54. - Octave 54

Octave 55

Figure 55. - Octave 55

Figure 55. - Octave 55

Octave 56

Figure 56. - Octave 56

Figure 56. - Octave 56

Octave 57

Figure 57. - Octave 57

Figure 57. - Octave 57

Octave 58

Figure 58. - Octave 58

Figure 58. - Octave 58

Octave 59

Figure 59. - Octave 59

Figure 59. - Octave 59

Octave 60

Figure 60. - Octave 60

Figure 60. - Octave 60

Octave 61

Figure 61. - Octave 61

Figure 61. - Octave 61

Octave 62

Figure 62. - Octave 62

Figure 62. - Octave 62

Octave 63

Figure 63. - Octave 63

Figure 63. - Octave 63

Octave 64

Figure 64. - Octave 64

Figure 64. - Octave 64

Octave 65

Figure 65. - Octave 65

Figure 65. - Octave 65

Octave 66

Figure 66. - Octave 66

Figure 66. - Octave 66

Octave 67

Figure 67. - Octave 67

Figure 67. - Octave 67

Octave 68

Figure 68. - Octave 68

Figure 68. - Octave 68

Octave 69

Figure 69. - Octave 69

Figure 69. - Octave 69

Octave 70

Figure 70. - Octave 70

Figure 70. - Octave 70

Octave 71

Figure 71. - Octave 71

Figure 71. - Octave 71

Octave 72

Figure 72. - Octave 72

Figure 72. - Octave 72

Octave 73

Figure 73. - Octave 73

Figure 73. - Octave 73

Octave 74

Figure 74. - Octave 74

Figure 74. - Octave 74

Octave 75

Figure 75. - Octave 75

Figure 75. - Octave 75

Octave 76

Figure 76. - Octave 76

Figure 76. - Octave 76

Octave 77

Figure 77. - Octave 77

Figure 77. - Octave 77

Octave 78

Figure 78. - Octave 78

Figure 78. - Octave 78

Octave 79

Figure 79. - Octave 79

Figure 79. - Octave 79

Octave 80

Figure 80. - Octave 80

Figure 80. - Octave 80

Octave 81

Figure 81. - Octave 81

Figure 81. - Octave 81

Octave 82

Figure 82. - Octave 82

Figure 82. - Octave 82

Octave 83

Figure 83. - Octave 83

Figure 83. - Octave 83

Octave 84

Figure 84. - Octave 84

Figure 84. - Octave 84

Octave 85

Figure 85. - Octave 85

Figure 85. - Octave 85

Octave 86

Figure 86. - Octave 86

Figure 86. - Octave 86

Octave 87

Figure 87. - Octave 87

Figure 87. - Octave 87

Octave 88

Figure 88. - Octave 88

Figure 88. - Octave 88

Octave 89

Figure 89. - Octave 89

Figure 89. - Octave 89

Octave 90

Figure 90. - Octave 90

Figure 90. - Octave 90

Octave 91

Figure 91. - Octave 91

Figure 91. - Octave 91

Octave 92

Figure 92. - Octave 92

Figure 92. - Octave 92

Octave 93

Figure 93. - Octave 93

Figure 93. - Octave 93

Octave 94

Figure 94. - Octave 94

Figure 94. - Octave 94

Octave 95

Figure 95. - Octave 95

Figure 95. - Octave 95

Octave 96

Figure 96. - Octave 96

Figure 96. - Octave 96

Octave 97

Figure 97. - Octave 97

Figure 97. - Octave 97

Octave 98

Figure 98. - Octave 98

Figure 98. - Octave 98

Octave 99

Figure 99. - Octave 99

Figure 99. - Octave 99

Octave 100

Figure 100. - Octave 100

Figure 100. - Octave 100

All energy cycles through countless octaves of light.

There is a correspondence between the quality of mind-generated causality and rate of light vibration produced by that mind.

A mind generating high vibrational causality will be perceived on the stage of effects as the author of  kindness and love.

A mind generating low vibrational causality will be perceived on the stage of effects as the author of shades of darkness and hatred.

Each octave is like every other except for in scale.

As above, so below.

A mind generating extremely high vibrational causality will be perceived on the stage of effects as the author of the “miraculous”  for such a one is no longer bound by the ordinary constraints of physical existence. Such minds, through persistent effort, have become able to work natively with extremely high vibrations of light, vibrations so high as to be beyond the range of ordinary human experience. Such experiences transcend the senses and these  minds are able to work consciously with Astral light by intention alone.

Though this eventuality is the aspiration of all major spiritual teachings, I have set out to show that one can reach these conclusions (and experiences) by scientifically following where the clues of light and sound harmonics lead which is to the inner study of one’s own mind and the eventual understanding that all minds are in fact Unified as One Mind in the cosmic vastness of the Conscious Field.

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The Music of Matter

August 14th, 2011

The principles of harmonics which are well-known to the musician are the very same principles which govern the laws of physics, though this is very little realized at present. 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.

I have developed the chart shown below in Figure 1 to help you appreciate this more deeply. In it you can examining a full range of 100 octaves beginning from 1 cycle per second all the way up through 1,267,650,600,228,229,401,496,703,205,376 Hz (or a million billion billion cycles per second).

I have not tuned my chart to Standard Pitch where A = 440Hz. I have instead used Scientific Pitch (also known as Philosophical Pitch) where  Middle C = 256 Hz and where A = 426.|6| Hz. (Note that some add the closed cycle 6 to the open cycle portion and call this, erroneously, A = 432Hz). I have shifted down from Standard pitch because the mathematics underlying Scientific Pitch are perfectly aligned with Foundational Mathematics while Standard Pitch produces many irrational values suggesting a kind of dissonance or lack of alignment with the fractality of the Conscious Field itself.

Figure 1. - 100 Octaves of Light

Figure 1. - 100 Octaves of Light

In high octaves of light, far higher then Gamma Rays, light condenses into the 10 Octaves of Matter. For more about this topic, see my earlier writing:

http://www.alexpetty.com/2011/07/20/the-periodic-table-of-the-light/

Beyond the Octaves of Matter begin the Octaves of Lower Astral Light. This point in the energy scale marks the borderline between human spirituality and western science.

“As above, so below”.

As the vibrations of light oscillate to ever higher rates, light extends further and further into subtler levels of the conscious field, which is to say that it extends into ever higher vibrations of consciousness.

In what follows, I will be working from 256 cycles per second as my root tone.

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The Periodic Table of the Light

July 20th, 2011

This writing is based on my work and also the work of Walter Russell, a man who in 1927 already knew all about the concept I have called “the Conscious Field”; which he referred to as the ” Universal One” or “the One Mind”.  His writings are quite remarkable. I have included his work in my earlier writing:

http://www.alexpetty.com/2009/09/07/the-universal-one/

Below is a listing of the known elements of matter which make up the physical universe.

Listing of the known elements of matter

Listing of the known elements of matter. *Note that Density of elements with boiling points below 0°C is given in g/l

In  1871 Medeleev organized these elements into a table now well known as the Periodic Table of the Elements.

Medeleev’s first published version of this table is shown below:

Mendeleev's 1871 Periodic Table of the Elements

Mendeleev's 1871 Periodic Table of the Elements

The elements are presented in the periodic table by increasing values of their atomic numbers which refers to the number of protons in their atomic nuclei.

The modern periodic table is arranged as follows:

Table 1. - Standard periodic table of the elements as of the year 2011

Table 1. - Standard periodic table of the elements as of the year 2011

The standard periodic table is rectangular in general with counter-intuitive gaps in the horizontal rows (called periods) to keep elements with similar properties together in vertical columns (called groups), such as alkali metals, alkali earth metals, halogens and noble gases.

A wide, expanded view of the standard periodic table is shown below.

Table 2. - Wide view of periodic table of the elements in 2011

Table 2. - Wide view of periodic table of the elements in 2011

What is the true order of periodicity for the elements of matter? An order wherein no illogical or counter intuitive gaps may appear?

Before proceeding further, we must  review some of the basics of Foundational Theory.

According to my work, Creation is caused by the subdivision of the conscious field into manifold parts through a constructive or destructive act of Mind.

This act results in the apparent existence of a universe of separate parts, ie., it gives rise to plurality.

I have discussed this idea which is central to my work  in many of my past writings, notably:

http://www.alexpetty.com/2010/06/06/mapping-the-terrains-of-consciousness-with-foundational-mathematics/

Energy is the native aspect of Mind which allows effect to flow from Mind-ignited cause so that a desired outcome may arise.

Energy is the Mind’s force of intention.

The physical expression of the conscious field is the empty space that underlies all material form.

The mental expression of the conscious field is the empty space that underlies all thought form.

This underlying empty space in both cases; outward (i.e., physical) and  inward (i.e., mental) is one and the same space.

Everything perceived in Creation is manifested in the conscious field as an effect of the force of Mind (i.e., constructive or destructive will).

Light is the primary effect.

Light is exerted by the Mind-force upon the conscious field itself.

Light produces vibratory pressures within the conscious field.

We perceive these pressures as vibrations of light in empty space exhibiting a wide range of frequencies.

Our eyes can perceive a slim band of these frequencies as visible light which our Mind  translate into the Human experience of sight and so the effect of the primary cause manifests visibly to our range of experience.

Many other frequencies of light exist which are beyond our ability to sense directly however, certain ranges can harm us, while other may heal us. Still others can alter our states of consciousness.

Table 3. - The electromagnetic spectrum - lower light vibration

Table 3. - The electromagnetic spectrum - lower light vibration

When light – which is always imbued by the intention of mind – imparts oscillation and potential to empty space, this is the creation mechanism for the physical universe.

This mechanism is directly linked to primary causality – the will of Mind.

The vast intelligence which has sustained by will the Creation (and of which the Mind of each human being is an inseparable part) has produced vast amounts of “material substance” or  ”matter”. This has   provided the basis for the existence of the entire physical universe,  including the physical form of the Human Being.

These myriad gases, liquids and solids serve as a further medium for the movement of energy through apparent space and time, i.e., power transference.

Energy passing through material mediums yield second order effects, cascading  into further degrees of effect which quickly fan out into seemingly endless orders of complexity, apparent chaos.

An example of this is the transference of energy through the medium of atmospheric gas atoms (air). This results in a pressure wave traveling through the air medium. If the air pressure waves possess frequencies ranging between 20 to 20,000 cycles per second, then human ears can translate these into the experience of sound in the Mind. Here, cause and effect have come full circle.

Energy moving through the medium of a conductor (e.g., copper wire) produces a charge pressure wave in the copper material lattice that can be used to create useful electronic devices. Here the cause and effect interaction is facilitating human inventiveness.

The elements of the Periodic Table are also an artifact of consciousness, of light.

One way to empirically analyze this is by carefully studying  the atomic absorption and emission spectra for all known elements. The spectra provide unique “light signature” for each element. The light signatures are lower harmonics of the much higher frequencies of matter.

I  have included the complete listing of light signatures for all stable matter:

Figure 1. - The light signature of Hydrogen

Figure 1. - The light signature of Hydrogen

Figure 2. - The light signature of Helium

Figure 2. - The light signature of Helium

Figure 3. - The light signature of Lithium

Figure 3. - The light signature of Lithium

Figure 4. - The light signature of Beryllium

Figure 4. - The light signature of Beryllium

Figure 5. - The light signature of Boron

Figure 5. - The light signature of Boron

Figure 6. - The light signature of Carbon

Figure 6. - The light signature of Carbon

Figure 7. - The light signature of Nitrogen

Figure 7. - The light signature of Nitrogen

Figure 8. - The light signature of Oxygen

Figure 8. - The light signature of Oxygen

Figure 9. - The light signature of Fluorine

Figure 9. - The light signature of Fluorine

Figure 10. - The light signature of Neon

Figure 10. - The light signature of Neon

Figure 11. - The light signature of Sodium

Figure 11. - The light signature of Sodium

Figure 12. - The light signature of Magnesium

Figure 12. - The light signature of Magnesium

Figure 13. - The light signature of Aluminum

Figure 13. - The light signature of Aluminum

Figure 14. - The light signature of Silicon

Figure 14. - The light signature of Silicon

Figure 15. - The light signature of Phosphorus

Figure 15. - The light signature of Phosphorus

Figure 16. - The light signature of Sulfur

Figure 16. - The light signature of Sulfur

Figure 17. - The light signature of Chlorine

Figure 17. - The light signature of Chlorine

Figure 18. - The light signature of Argon

Figure 18. - The light signature of Argon

Figure 19. - The light signature of Potassium

Figure 19. - The light signature of Potassium

Figure 20. - The light signature of Calcium

Figure 20. - The light signature of Calcium

Figure 21. - The light signature of Scandium

Figure 21. - The light signature of Scandium

Figure 22. - The light signature of Titanium

Figure 22. - The light signature of Titanium

Figure 23. - The light signature of Vandium

Figure 23. - The light signature of Vandium

Figure 24. - The light signature of Chromium

Figure 24. - The light signature of Chromium

Figure 25. - The light signature of Manganese

Figure 25. - The light signature of Manganese

Figure 26. - The light signature of Iron

Figure 26. - The light signature of Iron

Figure 27. - The light signature of Cobalt

Figure 27. - The light signature of Cobalt

Figure 28. - The light signature of Nickel

Figure 28. - The light signature of Nickel

Figure 29. - The light signature of Copper

Figure 29. - The light signature of Copper

Figure 30. - The light signature of Zinc

Figure 30. - The light signature of Zinc

Figure 31. - The light signature of Gallium

Figure 31. - The light signature of Gallium

Figure 32. - The light signature of Germanium

Figure 32. - The light signature of Germanium

Figure 33. - The light signature of Arsenic

Figure 33. - The light signature of Arsenic

Figure 34. - The light signature of Selenium

Figure 34. - The light signature of Selenium

Figure 35. - The light signature of Bromine

Figure 35. - The light signature of Bromine

Figure 36. - The light signature of Krypton

Figure 36. - The light signature of Krypton

Figure 37. - The light signature of Rubidium

Figure 37. - The light signature of Rubidium

Figure 38. - The light signature of Strontium

Figure 38. - The light signature of Strontium

Figure 39. - The light signature of Yttrium

Figure 39. - The light signature of Yttrium

Figure 40. - The light signature of Zirconium

Figure 40. - The light signature of Zirconium

Figure 41. - The light signature of Niobium

Figure 41. - The light signature of Niobium

Figure 42. - The light signature of Molybdenum

Figure 42. - The light signature of Molybdenum

Figure 43. - The light signature of Technetium

Figure 43. - The light signature of Technetium

Figure 44. - The light signature of Ruthenium

Figure 44. - The light signature of Ruthenium

Figure 45. - The light signature of Rhodium

Figure 45. - The light signature of Rhodium

Figure 46. - The light signature of Palladium

Figure 46. - The light signature of Palladium

Figure 47. - The light signature of Silver

Figure 47. - The light signature of Silver

Figure 48. - The light signature of Cadmium

Figure 48. - The light signature of Cadmium

Figure 49. - The light signature of Indium

Figure 49. - The light signature of Indium

Figure 50. - The light signature of Tin

Figure 50. - The light signature of Tin

Figure 51. - The light signature of Antimony

Figure 51. - The light signature of Antimony

Figure 52. - The light signature of Tellurium

Figure 52. - The light signature of Tellurium

Figure 53. - The light signature of Iodine

Figure 53. - The light signature of Iodine

Figure 54. - The light signature of Xenon

Figure 54. - The light signature of Xenon

Figure 55. - The light signature of Caesium

Figure 55. - The light signature of Caesium

Figure 56. - The light signature of Barium

Figure 56. - The light signature of Barium

Figure 57. - The light signature of Lanthanum

Figure 57. - The light signature of Lanthanum

Figure 58. - The light signature of Cerium

Figure 58. - The light signature of Cerium

Figure 59. - The light signature of Praseodymium

Figure 59. - The light signature of Praseodymium

Figure 60. - The light signature of Neodymium

Figure 60. - The light signature of Neodymium

Figure 61. - The light signature of Promethium

Figure 61. - The light signature of Promethium

Figure 62. - The light signature of Samarium

Figure 62. - The light signature of Samarium

Figure 63. - The light signature of Europium

Figure 63. - The light signature of Europium

Figure 64. - The light signature of Gadolinium

Figure 64. - The light signature of Gadolinium

Figure 65. - The light signature of Terbium

Figure 65. - The light signature of Terbium

Figure 66. - The light signature of Dysprosium

Figure 66. - The light signature of Dysprosium

Figure 67. - The light signature of Holmium

Figure 67. - The light signature of Holmium

Figure 68. - The light signature of Erbium

Figure 68. - The light signature of Erbium

Figure 69. - The light signature of Thulium

Figure 69. - The light signature of Thulium

Figure 70. - The light signature of Ytterbium

Figure 70. - The light signature of Ytterbium

Figure 71. - The light signature of Lutetium

Figure 71. - The light signature of Lutetium

Figure 72. - The light signature of Hafnium

Figure 72. - The light signature of Hafnium

Figure 73. - The light signature of Tantalum

Figure 73. - The light signature of Tantalum

Figure 74. - The light signature of Tungsten

Figure 74. - The light signature of Tungsten

Figure 75. - The light signature of Rhenium

Figure 75. - The light signature of Rhenium

Figure 76. - The light signature of Osmium

Figure 76. - The light signature of Osmium

Figure 77. - The light signature of Iridium

Figure 77. - The light signature of Iridium

Figure 78. - The light signature of Platinum

Figure 78. - The light signature of Platinum

Figure 79. - The light signature of Gold

Figure 79. - The light signature of Gold

Figure 80. - The light signature of Mercury

Figure 80. - The light signature of Mercury

Figure 81. - The light signature of Thallium

Figure 81. - The light signature of Thallium

Figure 82. - The light signature of Lead

Figure 82. - The light signature of Lead

Figure 83. - The light signature of Bismuth

Figure 83. - The light signature of Bismuth

Figure 84. - The light signature of Polonium

Figure 84. - The light signature of Polonium

Figure 85. - The light signature of Astatine

Figure 85. - The light signature of Astatine

Figure 86. - The light signature of Radon

Figure 86. - The light signature of Radon

Figure 87. - The light signature of Francium

Figure 87. - The light signature of Francium

Figure 88. - The light signature of Radium

Figure 88. - The light signature of Radium

Figure 89. - The light signature of Actinium

Figure 89. - The light signature of Actinium

Figure 90. - The light signature of Thorium

Figure 90. - The light signature of Thorium

Figure 91. - The light signature of Protactinium

Figure 91. - The light signature of Protactinium

Figure 92. - The light signature of Uranium

Figure 92. - The light signature of Uranium

Figure 93. - The light signature of Neptunium

Figure 93. - The light signature of Neptunium

Figure 94. - The light signature of Plutonium

Figure 94. - The light signature of Plutonium

Figure 95. - The light signature of Americium

Figure 95. - The light signature of Americium

Figure 96. - The light signature of Curium

Figure 96. - The light signature of Curium

Figure 97. - The light signature of Berkelium

Figure 97. - The light signature of Berkelium

Figure 98. - The light signature of Californium

Figure 98. - The light signature of Californium

The Tones of Matter

Jelaleddin Rumi, a Persian Sufi mystic who lived from 1207 to 1273 century AD once said:

“In the rhythm of music a secret is hidden; If I were to divulge it, it would overturn the world.”

It was also anciently said by the great Alexandrian master Hermes Trismegistus, “As above so below”.

See:  http://www.alexpetty.com/2009/09/15/the-emerald-tablet/

Both of these statements refer to the nature of energy.

The cycling aspect of energy can be relied upon at any octave.

Every octave of energy is identical to all others.

The only variation in comparing one octave to another is scale.

As the wavelengths grow longer, frequencies decrease – the energy and scale decreases.

As the wavelengths grow shorter, frequencies increase – the energy and scale increases.

We can experience this reliable, regular quality of energy when we hear the 7 major tones of the musical scale in the audio frequency range.

Do – Re – Mi – Fa – So – La – Ti

The human ear is capable of perceiving a range of 10 octaves of energy.

We can also experience this reliable, regular quality of energy when we see the 7 major tones of color in the frequency range of visible light.

Violet - Indigo - Blue - Green - Yellow - Orange - Red

There is a direct correspondence here: as above, so below.

We see “Violet” in the higher octave, we hear “Do” at the lower octave.

We see “Indigo” in the higher octave, we hear “Re” at the lower octave.

We see “Blue” in the higher octave, we hear “Mi” at the lower octave.

We see “Green” in the higher octave, we hear “Fa” at the lower octave.

We see “Yellow” in the higher octave, we hear “So” at the lower octave.

We see “Orange” in the higher octave, we hear “La” at the lower octave.

We see “Red” in the higher octave, we hear “Ti” at the lower octave.

The human eye is capable of perceiving but a single octave of energy.

We experience this reliable, regular quality of energy as  the 118 tones of known matter which span across 7 octaves.

In other words, at an extremely high rate of vibration, in the wavelength range of perhaps 0.01 Å to 10 mÅ or shorter, light “condenses” into that which we perceive as matter.

Table 4. - The light spectrum - extending into higher vibrations of light

Table 4. - The light spectrum - extending into higher vibrations of light

In this way, light produces the “material” sense stimulus for the experiences of touch, taste and smell.

According to the gigantic conceptions of enlightened genius Walter Russell, there are 10 full octaves of matter.  I have adopted Russell’s conventions in my work as his ideas are very well aligned with mine and I believe his conclusions on many counts are correct.

The complete set of 10 octaves as given by Russell are:

1) The Alphanon Octave

2) The Betanon Octave

3) The Gammanon Octave

4) The Hydron Octave  (which contains  Hydrogen)

5) The Helium Octave

6) The Neon Octave

7) The Argon Octave

8 ) The Krypton Octave

9) The Xenon Octave

10) The Radon Octave

With the exception of Hydrogen, no tones in Russell’s predicted first four octaves have yet been observed in nature.

Russell named these predicted tones as follows:

Alphanon Octave: Irenon – Vijaon – Marvaon – Tomion – Alberton – Blackton – Boston

Betanon Octave: Jamearnon – Erneston – Eykaon – Athenon – Barnardon – Delphanon – Romanon

Gammanon  Octave: Marconium – Penrynium – Vinton – Quentin – Tracion – Buzzeon – Helenon

Hydron  Octave: Hydrogen – Ethlogen – Bebegen – Carbogen – Luminon – Halanon – Helionon

It should also be noted that by 1927, Russell had already predicted the existence of a significant number of  then unknown elements in the 9th and 10th octaves which have since been discovered. In fact in 1941, the American Academy of Sciences conferred a doctorate on him, after several laboratories had isolated the elements which he had foreseen: Deuterium, Tritium, Neptunium and Plutonium.

The figures below show how light cycles through the higher energy octaves appearing as matter at major tones and certain semi tones.

I have indicated the semi tones in “cents” between 0 and 1000. For example a semi tone falling half way between “Mi” and “Fa” would appear as “Mi500″.

The tones of Walter Russell's first octave of matter

The major tones of Walter Russell's first octave of matter

Figure 104. - Light Absorption for the 1st Octave of Matter

Figure 104. - Light Absorption for the 1st Octave of Matter

Figure 105. - Light Emission for the 1st Octave of Matter

Figure 105. - Light Emission for the 1st Octave of Matter

The tones of Walter Russell's second octave of matter

The major tones of Walter Russell's second octave of matter

Figure 106. - Light Absorption for the 2nd Octave of Matter

Figure 106. - Light Absorption for the 2nd Octave of Matter

Figure 107. - Light Emission for the 2nd Octave of Matter

Figure 107. - Light Emission for the 2nd Octave of Matter

The tones of Walter Russell's third octave of matter

The major tones of Walter Russell's third octave of matter

Figure 108. - Light Absorption for the 3rd Octave of Matter

Figure 108. - Light Absorption for the 3rd Octave of Matter

Figure 109. - Light Emission for the 3rd Octave of Matter

Figure 109. - Light Emission for the 3rd Octave of Matter

The tones of Walter Russell's fourth octave of matter

The major tones of Walter Russell's fourth octave of matter

Figure 110. - Light Absorption for the 4th Octave of Matter

Figure 110. - Light Absorption for the 4th Octave of Matter

Figure 111. - Light Emission for the 4th Octave of Matter

Figure 111. - Light Emission for the 4th Octave of Matter

At man’s present level of knowledge, the first octave of light in which all of the major tones have been identified is the The Helium Octave. This includes the tones:

Lithium – Beryllium – Boron – Carbon – Nitrogen – Oxygen – Fluorine

Note that the Noble Gases are at equilibrium and produce no physical vibration. In this way, there is a relationship between Noble Gases and Prime Numbers.

See earlier writing for more on my research into the nature of primes:  http://www.alexpetty.com/2009/11/15/on-numeric-magnetism-and-the-fundamentals-of-primality/

The tones of Walter Russell's fifth octave of matter

The major tones of Walter Russell's fifth octave of matter

Figure 106. - Light Absorption for the 5th Octave of Matter

Figure 106. - Light Absorption for the 5th Octave of Matter

Figure 107. - Light Emission for the 5th Octave of Matter

Figure 107. - Light Emission for the 5th Octave of Matter

The octave above The Helium Octave is the Neon Octave and it includes the major tones:

Sodium – Magnesium – Aluminum – Silicon – Phosphorus – Sulfur – Chlorine – Neon

The major tones of Walter Russell's sixth octave of matter

The major tones of Walter Russell's sixth octave of matter

Figure 108. - Light Absorption for the 6th Octave of Matter

Figure 108. - Light Absorption for the 6th Octave of Matter

Figure 109. - Light Emission for the 6th Octave of Matter

Figure 109. - Light Emission for the 6th Octave of Matter

From the 7th Octave of matter, Semi Tones of light manifest as stable elements.

The listing of these Semi tones for the 7th Octave of matter (The Argon Octave) including their associated Major tones are:

Potassium – Calcium – Scandium | (Major tones)

Titanium – Vanadium – Chromium – Manganese – Iron | (Semi tones)

Cobalt | (Major tone)

Nickel – Copper – Zinc – Gallium – Germanium | (Semi tones)

Arsenic – Selenium – Bromine | (Major tones)

The semi tones of Walter Russell's seventh octave of matter

The major and semi tones of Walter Russell's seventh octave of matter

Figure 116. - Light Absorption for the 7th Octave of Matter

Figure 116. - Light Absorption for the 7th Octave of Matter

Figure 117. - Light Emission for the 7th Octave of Matter

Figure 117. - Light Emission for the 7th Octave of Matter

The listing of Semi tones for the 8th Octave of matter (The Krypton Octave) including their associated Major tones are:

Rubidium – Strontium – Yttrium | (Major tones)

Zirconium – Niobium – Molybdenum – Technetium – Ruthenium | (Semi tones)

Rhodium | (Major Tone)

Palladium – Silver – Cadmium – Indium – Tin | (Semi Tones)

Antimony – Tellurium – Iodine | (Major Tones)

The semi tones of Walter Russell's eighth octave of matter

The major and semi tones of Walter Russell's eighth octave of matter

Figure 118. - Light Absorption for the 8th Octave of Matter

Figure 118. - Light Absorption for the 8th Octave of Matter

Figure 119. - Light Emission for the 8th Octave of Matter

Figure 119. - Light Emission for the 8th Octave of Matter

The listing of tones for the 9th Octave of matte, The Xenon Octave are:

Caesium – Barium – Lanthanum | (Major tones)

Cerium – Praseodymium – Neodymium – Promethium – Samarium – Europium – Gadolinium – Terbium – Dysprosium – Holmium – Erbium – Thulium | (Semi tones)

Ytterbium | (Major Tone)

Lutetium – Hafnium – Tantalum – Tungsten – Rhenium – Osmium – Iridium – Platinum – Gold – Mercury – Thallium – Lead | (Semi Tones)

Bismuth – Polonium – Astatine | (Major Tones)

The semi tones of Walter Russell's ninth octave of matter

The major and semi tones of Walter Russell's ninth octave of matter

Figure 120. - Light Absorption for the 9th Octave of Matter

Figure 120. - Light Absorption for the 9th Octave of Matter

Figure 121. - Light Emission for the 9th Octave of Matter

Figure 121. - Light Emission for the 9th Octave of Matter

The listing of Semi tones for the 10th Octave of matter (The Radon Octave) including their associated Major tones are:

Caesium – Barium – Lanthanum | (Major tones)

Cerium – Praseodymium – Neodymium – Promethium – Samarium – Europium – Gadolinium – Terbium – Dysprosium – Holmium – Erbium – Thulium | (Semi tones)

Ytterbium | (Major Tone)

Lutetium – Hafnium – Tantalum – Tungsten – Rhenium – Osmium – Iridium – Platinum – Gold – Mercury – Thallium – Lead | (Semi Tones)

Bismuth – Polonium – Astatine | (Major Tones)

The semi tones of Walter Russell's tenth octave of matter

The major and semi tones of Walter Russell's tenth octave of matter

Figure 122. - Light Absorption for the 10th Octave of Matter

Figure 122. - Light Absorption for the 10th Octave of Matter

Figure 123. - Light Emission for the 10th Octave of Matter

Figure 123. - Light Emission for the 10th Octave of Matter

In the same way that the “number line”

the number line

is more rightly constructed as a “number spiral”

the numeric spiral

and in the same way that the growth and contraction structure of numbers themselves cycle internally with “breathe-like” ebb and flow,

breath cycle of the numeric spiral

breath cycle of the numeric spiral

so too is the periodic table more closely representative of matter’s true nature with all its periodicities when represented using a spiral rather than today’s less perfect rectangular periodic table.

Figure 124. - Spiral Periodic Table of Light

Figure 124. - Spiral Periodic Table of Light

The mapping between the Spiral Periodic Table of Light and the Vortex Glyph is as follows:

Figure 125. - Mapping of the Spiral Periodic Table with the Vortex Glyph

Figure 125. - Mapping of the Spiral Periodic Table with the Vortex Glyph

More to come!

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Scientists Discover Dielectron Charging of Water Nano-Droplet

June 28th, 2011

News release 6/27/11 (This could be very good for the world if industry acts on it!)

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 doubly negatively charged nano droplet. Furthermore, the scientists found experimental and theoretical evidence that in droplets comprised of 105 molecules or more, the excess dielectrons participate in a water-splitting process resulting in the liberation of molecular hydrogen and formation of two solvated hydroxide anions.

The results appear in the June 30 issue of the Journal of Physical Chemistry A.

FIgure 1. - This image shows the surface attachment mode of two excess electrons to a water cluster (average diameter of close to 2nm) comprised of 105 molecules. The shown configuration was obtained from first-principles quantum simulations. The two wave functions each occupied by one excess electron, depicted in blue and green, are localized at opposite sides of the cluster and they are shown superimposed on the water molecules. The oxygens and hydrogens of the water molecules are represented by red and gray spheres, respectively. Credit: Uzi Landman/Georgia Tech

FIgure 1. - This image shows the surface attachment mode of two excess electrons to a water cluster (average diameter of close to 2nm) comprised of 105 molecules. The shown configuration was obtained from first-principles quantum simulations. The two wave functions each occupied by one excess electron, depicted in blue and green, are localized at opposite sides of the cluster and they are shown superimposed on the water molecules. The oxygens and hydrogens of the water molecules are represented by red and gray spheres, respectively. Credit: Uzi Landman/Georgia Tech

It has been known since the early 1980s that while single electrons may attach to small water clusters containing as few as two molecules, only much larger clusters may attach more than single electrons. Size-selected, multiple-electron, negatively-charged water clusters have not been observed — until now.

Understanding the nature of excess electrons in water has captured the attention of scientists for more than half a century, and the hydrated electrons are known to appear as important reagents in charge-induced aqueous reactions and molecular biological processes. Moreover, since the discovery in the early 1960s that the exposure of water to ionizing radiation causes the emission of gaseous molecular hydrogen, scientists have been puzzled by the mechanism underlying this process. After all, the bonds in the water molecules that hold the hydrogen atoms to the oxygen atoms are very strong. The dielectron hydrogen-evolution (DEHE) reaction, which produces hydrogen gas and hydroxide anions, may play a role in radiation-induced reactions with oxidized DNA that have been shown to underlie mutagenesis, cancer and other diseases.

“The attachment of multiple electrons to water droplets is controlled by a fine balancing act between the forces that bind the electrons to the polar water molecules and the strong repulsion between the negatively charged electrons,” said Uzi Landman, Regents’ and Institute Professor of Physics, F.E. Callaway Chair and director of the Center for Computational Materials Science (CCMS) at Georgia Tech.

“Additionally, the binding of an electron to the cluster disturbs the equilibrium arrangements between the hydrogen-bonded water molecules and this too has to be counterbalanced by the attractive binding forces. To calculate the pattern and strength of single and two-electron charging of nano-size water droplets, we developed and employed first-principles quantum mechanical molecular dynamics simulations that go well beyond any ones that have been used in this field,” he added.

Investigations on controlled size-selected clusters allow explorations of intrinsic properties of finite-sized material aggregates, as well as probing of the size-dependent evolution of materials properties from the molecular nano-scale to the condensed phase regime.

In the 1980s Landman, together with senior research scientists in the CCMS Robert Barnett, the late Charles Cleveland and Joshua Jortner, professor of chemistry at Tel Aviv University, discovered that there are two ways that single excess electrons can attach to water clusters – one in which they bind to the surface of the water droplet, and the other where they localize in a cavity in the interior of the droplet, as in the case of bulk water. Subsequently, Landman, Barnett and graduate student Harri-Pekka Kaukonen reported in 1992 on theoretical investigations concerning the attachment of two excess electrons to water clusters. They predicted that such double charging would occur only for sufficiently large nano-droplets. They also commented on the possible hydrogen evolution reaction. No other work on dielectron charging of water droplets has followed since.

That is until recently, when Landman, now one of the world leaders in the area of cluster and nano science, and Barnett teamed up with Ori Chesnovsky, professor of chemistry, and research associate Rina Giniger at Tel Aviv University, in a joint project aimed at understanding the process of dielectron charging of water clusters and the mechanism of the ensuing reaction – which has not been observed previously in experiments on water droplets. Using large-scale, state-of-the-art first-principles dynamic simulations, developed at the CCMS, with all valence and excess electrons treated quantum mechanically and equipped with a newly constructed high-resolution time-of-flight mass spectrometer, the researchers unveiled the intricate physical processes that govern the fundamental dielectron charging processes of microscopic water droplets and the detailed mechanism of the water-splitting reaction induced by double charging.

Figure 2. -  This image shows the internal attachment mode of two electrons to a water cluster (average diameter of close to 2nm) comprised of 105 molecules. The shown configuration was obtained from first-principles quantum simulations. The wave function of the two excess electrons is depicted in pink and it is shown superimposed on the water molecules of the cluster. The compact dielectron distribution is localized in a hydration cavity in the interior of the cluster. The configuration shown here corresponds to the start of the dielectron hydrogen-evolution reaction. The protons of the two reacting neighboring water molecules, located approximately in the middle of the figure, are depicted by smaller blue spheres. Together with the dielectron these protons would form, in the course of the reaction, a hydrogen molecule. The oxygens and hydrogens of the water molecules are represented by red and gray spheres, respectively. Credit: Uzi Landman/Georgia Tech

Figure 2. - This image shows the internal attachment mode of two electrons to a water cluster (average diameter of close to 2nm) comprised of 105 molecules. The shown configuration was obtained from first-principles quantum simulations. The wave function of the two excess electrons is depicted in pink and it is shown superimposed on the water molecules of the cluster. The compact dielectron distribution is localized in a hydration cavity in the interior of the cluster. The configuration shown here corresponds to the start of the dielectron hydrogen-evolution reaction. The protons of the two reacting neighboring water molecules, located approximately in the middle of the figure, are depicted by smaller blue spheres. Together with the dielectron these protons would form, in the course of the reaction, a hydrogen molecule. The oxygens and hydrogens of the water molecules are represented by red and gray spheres, respectively. Credit: Uzi Landman/Georgia Tech

The mass spectrometric measurements, performed at Tel Aviv, revealed that singly charged clusters were formed in the size range of six to more than a couple of hundred water molecules. However, for clusters containing more than a critical size of 83 molecules, doubly charged clusters with two attached excess electrons were detected for the first time. Most significantly, for clusters with 105 or more water molecules, the mass spectra provided direct evidence for the loss of a single hydrogen molecule from the doubly charged clusters.The theoretical analysis demonstrated two dominant attachment modes of dielectrons to water clusters. The first is a surface mode (SS’), where the two repelling electrons reside in antipodal sites on the surface of the cluster (see the two wave functions, depicted in green and blue, in Figure 1). The second is another attachment mode with both electrons occupying a wave function localized in a hydration cavity in the interior of the cluster — the so-called II binding mode (see wave function depicted in pink in Figure 2). While both dielectron attachment modes may be found for clusters with 105 molecules and larger ones, only the SS’ mode is stable for doubly charged smaller clusters.

“Moreover, starting from the II, internal cavity attachment mode in a cluster comprised of 105 water molecules, our quantum dynamical simulations showed that the concerted approach of two protons from two neighboring water molecules located on the first shell of the internal hydration cavity, leads, in association with the cavity-localized excess dielectron (see Figure 2), to the formation of a hydrogen molecule. The two remnant hydroxide anions diffuse away via a sequence of proton shuttle processes, ultimately solvating near the surface region of the cluster, while the hydrogen molecule evaporates,” said Landman.

“What’s more, in addition to uncovering the microscopic reaction pathway, the mechanism which we discovered requires initial proximity of the two reacting water molecules and the excess dielectron. This can happen only for the II internal cavity attachment mode. Consequently, the theory predicts, in agreement with the experiments, that the reaction would be impeded in clusters with less than 105 molecules where the II mode is energetically highly improbable. Now, that’s a nice consistency check on the theory,” he added.

As for future plans, Landman remarked, “While I believe that our work sets methodological and conceptual benchmarks for studies in this area, there is a lot left to be done. For example, while our calculated values for the excess single electron detachment energies are found to be in quantitative agreement with photoelectron measurements in a broad range of water cluster sizes — containing from 15 to 105 molecules — providing a consistent interpretation of these measurements, we would like to obtain experimental data on excess dielectron detachment energies to compare with our predicted values,” he said.

“Additionally, we would like to know more about the effects of preparation conditions on the properties of multiply charged water clusters. We also need to understand the temperature dependence of the dielectron attachment modes, the influence of metal impurities, and possibly get data from time-resolved measurements. The understanding that we gained in this experiment about charge-induced water splitting may guide our research into artificial photosynthetic systems, as well as the mechanisms of certain bio-molecular processes and perhaps some atmospheric phenomena.”

“You know,” he added. “We started working on excess electrons in water clusters quite early, in the 1980s — close to 25 years ago. If we are to make future progress in this area, it will have to happen faster than that.”

Source: http://www.gatech.edu/newsroom/release.html?nid=68567

Hydrogen Fracturing Technology Overview Chart

June 23rd, 2011

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.

 

Figure 1. Meyer's Hydrogen Fracturing Technology Overview Chart

Figure 1. Meyer's Hydrogen Fracturing Technology Overview Chart

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Mappings Between Meyer’s Hydrogen GMS Cards and Patent Schematics

June 22nd, 2011

The various card modules of Meyer’s Hydrogen GMS system maps to the patent schematics in the following manner.

I will list the cards in the fuctional order given in my earlier post:

http://www.alexpetty.com/2011/06/22/stanley-meyer-international-patent-wo92-07861/

Figure 4. - Voltage Amplitude Control Mapping to GMS Card UI

Figure 4. - Voltage Amplitude Control Mapping to GMS Card UI

Figure 3. - Analog Voltage Generator Mapping to  Accel Card UI

Figure 3. - Analog Voltage Generator Mapping to Accel Card UI

Figure 12. - Variable Pulse Frequency Generator to GMS Card UI

Figure 12. - Variable Pulse Frequency Generator to GMS Card UI

Figure 2. - Digital Control Means Circuit to GMS Card UI

Figure 2. - Digital Control Means Circuit to GMS Card UI

Figure 6. - Gated Pulse Frequency Generator Mapping to Water Cell Card UI

Figure 6. - Gated Pulse Frequency Generator Mapping to Water Cell Card UI

Figure 11. - Gas Feedback Control Circuit to GMS Card UI

Figure 11. - Gas Feedback Control Circuit to GMS Card UI

Figure 7, 8 and 9. - PLL and Resonant Scanning Circuit mapping to GMS Card UI

Figure 7, 8 and 9. - PLL and Resonant Scanning Circuit mapping to GMS Card UI

This blog post has not yet been  finalized.

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Stanley Meyer International Patent WO92-07861

June 22nd, 2011

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.

You may obtain a copy of this patent from my server at URL:

http://www.singularics.com/docs/meyers-WO9207861A1.pdf

In figure 1 below, Meyer lays out his system in an overview with the following coded block sections (listed below in sequence of operation).

Figure 1. - Hydrogen Gas Management System (GMS) Overview

Figure 1. - Hydrogen Gas Management System (GMS) Overview with VIC and Resonant Cavity

—– (Primary side of Tx) —–

1 — Analog Voltage Generator Circuit (see circuit in Figure 3)

2 — Adjustable Frequency Generator (see circuit in Figure 12)

3  – Digital Control Means (see circuit in Figure 2)

4 — Voltage Amplitude Control Circuit (see circuit in Figure 4)

5 — Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency Generator (see circuit in Figure 6)

6 — Phase Lock Loop Circuit (see circuit in Figure 7)

7 — Resonant Scanning Circuit (see circuit in Figure 8 )

8 — Cell Driver Circuit (see circuit in Figure 5)

9 — TX1  (see circuit in Figure 10)

 

—– (Feedback from Tx) —–

10 — TX3 (see circuit in Figure 10)

11 — Pulse Indicator Circuit (see circuit in Figure 9)

 

—– (Feedback from Resonant Cavity) —–

12 — Gas Pressure Sensor (see Resonant Cavity in Figure 10)

13 — Gas Feedback Control Circuit (see circuit in Figure 11)

 

—– (Secondary side of Tx) —–

14 — TX2 (see circuit in Figure 10)

15 — TX5 (see circuit in Figure 10) to B – (connection to ground on Vss terminal o

16 — Resonant Cavity

17 — B+ to TX4

18 — Blocking Diode

 

I have included below the referenced circuits listed above.

You will also notice that Meyer uses letters A, B, E, F, G, H, J, K, L, M and M1 to indicate signal interchange (communication) between the various circuit elements. I refer to these as COM stages in what follows (eg. COM A, COM M1, etc.).

The electrical energy for managing the waveform and also driving the resonant cavity fuel cell  is supplied by the Analog Voltage Generator (fig. 3).

Figure 3. - Analog Voltage Generator

Figure 3. - Analog Voltage Generator

The Hydrogen GMS also has the ability to apply dynamically generated voltage pressures to the collector of the FET that drives the VIC TX1. This functionality is provided by the Voltage Amplitude Control Circuit (fig. 4) and whose logic is managed by the Digital Control Means Circuit (fig. 2).

Figure 4. - Voltage Amplitude Control Circuit

Figure 4. - Voltage Amplitude Control Circuit

With access to battery power and with the system turned on, the first thing Meyer’s Hydrogen GMS must do is to determine the resonant frequency for the resonant cavity.

This job is performed by the Variable Pulse Frequency Generator (fig. 12). It  accomplishes this by interpreting a resistor based  impedance matching network indicated in the “Pulse Frequency Control” section of the schematic.

Figure 12. - Variable Pulse Frequency Generator

Figure 12. - Variable Pulse Frequency Generator

The non-gated resonant frequency is then setup by the Digital Control Means circuit (fig. 2) through COM G.

Figure 2. - Digital Control Means

Figure 2. - Digital Control Means

The Digital Control Means circuit has two main jobs:

1) Sets the required gate frequency given the degree to which the throttle is engaged. A high throttle setting corresponds to a shorter gate frequency which yields higher fuel gas output to accommodate the higher energy requirements of acceleration. This throttle dependent gate frequency is communicated to the Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency circuit (fig. 6) through COM M1.

2) Sets the DC voltage in the Voltage Amplitude Control circuit (fig. 4) through COM M. The variable DC voltage applied to VIC  TX1 servers as a further control for governing the magnitude of the high voltage pulses that the resonant cavity experiences.

Figure 6. - Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency Generator

Figure 6. - Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency Generator

The Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency Generator (fig. 6) produces the required gate frequency and combines it with the resonant frequency in real-time which it then sends to a Phase Lock Loop Circuit (fig. 7) through COM A.

The Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency Generator also adds one further tuning parameter to the gate frequency requirement – that of  fuel gas pressure in the resonant cavity enclosure. The system uses gas pressure maintenance as part of the equation for calculating required gate frequency and DC voltage amplitudes that will enable the cell to keep up with the fuel demands of the engine.  Gas pressure is constantly monitored by a gas pressure sensor which sends data to the Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency Generator (fig. 6) through the Gas Feedback Control Circuit (fig.11)  by way of COM K.

Figure 11. -  Gas Feedback Control

Figure 11. - Gas Feedback Control

In general, a phase lock loop (PLL) is a control system that tries to generate an output signal whose phase is related to the phase of the input “reference” signal.

It is an electronic circuit consisting of a variable frequency oscillator and a phase detector.

This circuit compares the phase of the input signal (COM A  from the Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency Generator, fig. 6) with the phase of the signal derived from its output oscillator (Cell Driver Circuit, fig. 5).  Note that the system can monitor the PLL output oscillator by way of COM H received from the Pulse Indicator Circuit (fig. 9).

Figure 7. - Phase Lock Loop

Figure 7. - Phase Lock Loop

The circuits in figures 7 and 8 interchange through COMs E, F and L.

Figure 7. - Resonant Frequency Scanning Circuit

Figure 7. - Resonant Frequency Scanning Circuit

The circuit then adjusts the frequency of its output oscillator to keep the phases matched.

The signal from the phase detector is used to control the oscillator in a feedback loop.

Figure 9. - Pulse Indicator Circuit

Figure 9. - Pulse Indicator Circuit

Frequency is the derivative of phase. Keeping the input and output phase in lock step implies keeping the input and output frequencies in lock step. Consequently, a phase-locked loop can track an input frequency, or it can generate a frequency that is a multiple of the input frequency. This latter property is used by Meyer’s GMS computer for resonant frequency synthesis.

The tuned resonant frequency output of this sub-system is then sent to the Cell Driver Circuit.

Figure 5. - Cell Driver Circuit

Figure 5. - Cell Driver Circuit

This resulting energization is applied to the VIC to create the physical gas production effects in the resonant cavity enclosure.

Figure 10. - Voltage Intensifier Circuit

Figure 10. - Voltage Intensifier Circuit

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I have reproduced the full text of this patent below as it is very instructive.

Control and Driver Circuits for a Hydrogen Gas Fuel Producing Cell

The invention relates to electrical circuit systems useful in the operation of a water fuel cell including a water capacitor/resonant cavity for the production of a hydrogen containing fuel gas, such as that described in my United States Letter Patent No. 4,936,961, “Method for the production of a Fuel Gas”, issued on June 26, 1990.

In my aforesaid Letters Patent for a method for the production of a fuel gas, voltage pulses applied to the plates of a water capacitor tune into the dielectric properties  of the water and attenuate the electrical forces between the hydrogen and oxygen atoms of the molecule. The attenuation of the electrical forces results in a change in the molecular electrical forces results in a change in the molecular forces of the hydrogen and oxygen atoms. When resonance is achieved, the atomic bond of the molecule is broken, and the atoms of the molecule disassociate. At resonance, the current (amp) draw from a power source to the water is minimized and the voltage across the water capacitor increases. Electron flow is not permitted (except at the minimum, corresponding to leakage resulting from the residual conductive properties of water). For the process to continue, however, a resonant condition must be maintained.

Because of the electrical polarity of the water molecule, the fields produced in the water capacitor respectively attract and repel the opposite and like charges in the molecule, and the forces eventually achieved at resonance are such that the strength of the covalent bonding forces in the water molecule (which are normally in an electron sharing mode) disassociate. Upon disassociation, the formerly shared bonding electrons migrate to the hydrogen nuclei, and both the hydrogen and oxygen revert to the net zero electrical charge. The atoms are released from the water as a gas mixture.

In the invention herein, a control circuit for a resonant cavity water capacitor cell utilized for the production of a hydrogen containing fuel gas is provided.

The circuit includes an isolation means such as a transformer having a ferromagnetic, ceramic or other electromagnetic material core and having one side of a secondary coil connected in series with a high speed switching diode to one plate of the water capacitor of the resonant cavity and the other side of the water capacitor to form a closed loop electronic circuit utilizing the dielectric properties of water as part of the electronic resonant circuit. The primary coil of the isolation transformer is connected to a pulse generation means. The secondary coil of the transformer may include segments that form resonant charging choke circuits in series with the water capacitor plates.

In the pulse generation means, an adjustable first, resonant frequency generator and a second gated pulse pulse frequency generator are provided. A gate pulse controls the number of of pulses produced by the resonant frequency generator sent to the primary coil during a period determined by the gate frequency of the second pulse generator.

The invention also includes a means for sensing the occurrence of a resonant condition in the water capacitor/resonant cavity, which when a ferromagnetic or electromagnetic core is used, may be a pickup coil on the transformer coil. The sensing means is interconnected to a scanning circuit and phase lock loop circuit, whereby the pulsing frequency to the primary coil of the transformer is maintained at a sensed frequency corresponding to the resonant condition in the water capacitor.

Control means are provided in the circuit for adjusting the amplitude of a pulsing cycle sent to the primary coil and for maintaining the frequency of the pulsing cycle at a constant frequency regardless of pulse amplitude. In addition, the gated pulse frequency generator may be operatively interconnected with a sensor that monitors the rate of gas production from the cell and controls the number of pulses from the resonant frequency generator sent to the cell in a gated frequency in a correspondence with the rate of gas production. The sensor may be a gas pressure sensor in an enclosed water capacitor resonant cavity which also includes a gas outlet. The gas pressure sensor is operatively connected to the circuit to determine the rate of gas production with respect to ambient gas pressure in the water capacitor enclosure.

Thus, an omnibus control circuit and its discrete elements for maintaining and controlling the resonance and other aspects of the release of gas from a resonant cavity water cell is described herein and illustrated in the drawings which depict the following:

Figure 1 is a block diagram of an overall control circuit showing the interrelationship of sub-circuits, the pulsing core/resonant circuit and the water capacitor resonant cavity.

Figure 2 shows a type of digital control means for regulating the ultimate rate of gas production as determined by an external input. (Such a control means would correspond, for example, to the accelerator in an automobile or a building thermostat control.)

Figure 3 shows an analog voltage generator.

Figure 4 is a voltage amplitude control circuit interconnected with the voltage generator and one side of the primary coil of the pulsing core.

Figure 5 is the cell driver circuit that is connected with the opposite side of the primary coil of the pulsing core.

Figure 6, 7, 8 and 9 relate to the pulsing control means including a gated pulse frequency generator.

(Figure 6); a phase lock circuit

(Figure 7); a resonant scanning circuit

(Figure 8); and the pulse indicator circuit

(Figure 9) that control pulses transmitted to the resonant cavity/water fuel cell capacitor

Figure 10 shows the pulsing core and the voltage intensifier circuit that is the interface between the control circuit and the resonant cavity.

Figure 11 is a gas feedback control circuit.

Figure 12 is an adjustable frequency generator circuit.

The circuits are operatively interconnected as shown in Figure 1 and to the pulsing core voltage intensifier circuit of Figure 10, which, inter alia, electrically isolates the water capacitor so that it becomes an electrically isolated cavity for the processing of water in accordance with its dielectric resonance properties. By reason of the isolation, power consumption in the control and driving circuits is minimized when resonance occurs; and current demand is minimized as voltage is maximized in the gas production mode of the water capacitor/fuel cell.

The reference letters appearing in the Figures, A, B, C, D, E, etc., to M and M1 show, with respect to each separate circuit depicted, the point at which a connection in that circuit is made to a companion or interrelated circuit.

In the invention, the water capacitor is subjected to a duty pulse which builds up in the resonant changing choke coils and then collapses. This occurrence permits a unipolar pulse to be applied to the fuel capacitor. When a resonant condition of the circuit is locked-in by the circuit, amp leakage is held to a minimum as the voltage which creates the dielectric field tends to infinity. Thus, when high voltage is detected upon resonance, the phase lock loop circuit that controls the cell driver circuit maintains the resonance at the detected (or sensed) frequency.

The resonance of the water capacitor cell is affected by the volume of water in the cell. The resonance of any given volume of water maintained in the water capacitor cell is also affected by “contaminants” in the water which act as a damper. For example, at an applied potential difference of 2000 to 5000 volts to the cell, an amp spike or surge may be caused by in consistencies in water characteristics that cause an out-of-resonance condition which is remedied instantaneously by the control circuits.

In the invention, the adjustable frequency generator (Figure 12) tunes into the resonant condition of the circuit including the water cell and the water therein. The generator has a frequency capability of 0 to 10 KHz and tunes into resonance typically at a frequency of 5 KHz in a typical 3.0 inch water capacitor formed of a 0.5 inch rod enclosed within a 0.75 inch inside diameter cylinder. At start up, in this example, current draw through the water cell will measure about 25 milliamp; however, when the circuit finds a tuned resonant condition, current drops to a 1 – 2 milliamp minimum leakage condition.

The voltage to the capacitor water cell increases according to the turns of the winding and size of the coils, as in a typical transformer circuit. For example, if 12 volts are sent to the primary coil of the pulsing core and the secondary coil resonant charging choke ratio is 30 to 1, then 360 volts are sent to the capacitor water cell. Turns are a design variable that control the voltage of the unipolar pulses sent to the capacitor.

The high speed switching diode shown in Figure 10 prevents charge leakage from the charged water in the water capacitor cavity, and the water capacitor as an overall capacitor circuit element, i.e., the pulse and charge status of the water/capacitor never pass through an arbitrary ground. The pulse to the water capacitor is always unipolar. The water capacitor is electrically isolated from the control, input and driver circuits by the electromagnetic coupling through the core. The switching diode in the VIC circuit (Figure 10) performs several functions in the pulsing. The diode is an electronic switch that determines the generation and collapse of an electromagnetic field to permit the resonant charging choke(s) to double the applied frequency and also allows the pulse to be sent to the resonant cavity without discharging the “capacitor” therein. The diode, of course, is selected in accordance with the maximum voltage encountered in the pulsing circuit. A 600 PIV fast switching diode, such as an NVR 1550 high speed switching diode, has been found to be useful in the circuit herein.

The VIC circuit of Figure 10 also includes a ferromagnetic or ceramic ferromagnetic pulsing core capable of producing electromagnetic flux lines in response to an electrical pulse input. The flux lines equally affect the secondary coil and the resonant charging choke windings. Preferably, the core is a closed loop construction. The effect of the core is to isolate the water capacitor and to prevent the pulsing signal from going below an arbitrary ground and to maintain the charge of the already charged water and water capacitor.

In the pulsing core, the coils are preferably wound in the same direction to maximize the additive effect of the electromagnetic field therein.

The magnetic field of the pulsing core is in synchronization with the pulse input to the primary coil. The potential from the secondary coil is introduced to the resonant charging choke(s) series circuit elements which are subjected to the same synchronous applied electromagnetic field, simultaneously with the primary pulse.

When resonance occurs, control of the gas output is achieved by varying voltage amplitude or varying the time of duty gate cycle. The transformer core is a pulse frequency doubler. In a figurative explanation of the workings of the fuel gas generator water capacitor cell, when a water molecule is “hit” by a pulse, electron time share is affected, and the molecule is charged. When the time of the duty cycle is changed, the number of pulses that “hit” the molecules in the fuel cell is correspondingly modified. More “hits” results in a greater rate of molecular disassociation.

With references to the overall circuit of Figure 1, Figure 3 receives a digital input signal, and Figure 4 depicts the control means that directs 0-12 volts across the primary coil of the pulsing core. Depending upon designs parameters of primary coil voltage and other factors relevant to core design, the secondary coil of the pulsing core can be set up for a predetermined maximum, such as 2000 volts.

Figure 5, the cell driver circuit, allows a gated pulse to be varied in a direct relation to voltage amplitude.

As noted above, the circuit of Figure 6 produces a gate pulse frequency. The gate pulse is superimposed over the resonant frequency pulse to create a duty cycle that determines the number of discrete pulses sent to the primary coil. For example, assuming a resonant pulse of 5 KHz, a 0.5 Hz gate pulse may be superimposed over the 5 KHz pulse to provide 2500 discrete pulses in a 50% duty cycle per Hz. The relationship of resonant pulse to the gate pulse is determined by conventional signal addition/subtraction techniques.

Figure 7, a phase lock loop, allows pulse frequency to be maintained at a predetermined resonant condition sensed by the circuit. Together, the circuits of Figures 7 and 8 determine an output signal to the pulsing core until the peak voltage signal sensed at resonance is achieved.

A resonant condition occurs when the pulse frequency and the voltage input attenuates the covalent bonding forces of the hydrogen and oxygen atoms of the water molecule. When this occurs, amp leakage through the water capacitor is minimized. The tendency of voltage to maximize at resonance increases the force of the electric potential applied to the water molecules, which ultimately disassociate into atoms.

Because resonances of different waters, water volumes, and capacitor cells vary, the resonant scanning circuit of Figure 8 is useful. The scanning circuit of Figure 8 scans frequency from high to low to low to high repeating until a signal lock is determined. The ferromagnetic core of the voltage intensifier circuit transformer suppresses electron surge in an out-of-resonance condition of the fuel cell. In an example, the circuit scans at frequencies from 0 Hz to 10 KHz to 0 Hz. In water having contaminants in the range of of 1 ppm to 20 ppm, a 20% variance in resonant frequency is encountered. Depending on water flow rate into fuel cell, the nominal variance range is about 8 to 10%. For example, iron in well water affects the status of molecular disassociation. Also, at a resonant condition harmonic effects occur. In a typical operation of the cell with a representative water capacitor described below, at a frequency of about 5 KHz at unipolar pulses from 0 to 650 volts at a sensed resonant condition into the resonant cavity, conversion of about 5 gallons of water per hour into a fuel gas will occur on average. To increase the rate, multiple resonant cavities can be used and/or the surfaces of the water capacitor can be increased, however, the water capacitor cell is preferable small in scale. A typical water capacitor may be formed from a 0.5 inch in diameter stainless steel rod and a 0.75 inch inside diameter cylinder that together extend concentrically about 3.0 inches with respect to each other.

Shape and size of the resonant cavity may vary. Larger resonant cavities and higher rates of consumption of water in the conversion process require higher frequencies such as up to 50 KHz and above. The pulsing rate, to sustain such high rates of conversion must be correspondingly increased.

From the foregoing description of the preferred embodiment, other variations and modifications of the system disclosed will be evident to those of skill in the art.

WHAT IS CLAIMED IS:

1. A control circuit for a resonant cavity water capacitor cell utilized for the production of hydrogen containing fuel gas including an isolation transformer including a ferromagnetic core and having one side of a secondary coil connected in series with a high speed switching diode to one plate of the water capacitor of the resonant cavity and the other side of the secondary coil connected to the other plate of the water capacitor to form a closed loop electronic loop circuit utilizing the dielectric properties of water as part of the electronic circuit and a primary coil connected to a pulse generation means.

2. The circuit of Claim 1 in which the secondary coil includes segments that form a resonant charging choke circuit in series with the water capacitor.

3. The circuit of Claim 1 in which the pulse generation means includes an adjustable first frequency generator and a second gated pulse frequency generator which controls the number of pulses produced by the first frequency generator sent to the primary coil during a period determined by the gate frequency of the second pulse generator.

4. The circuit of Claim 1 further including a means for sensing the occurrence of a resonant condition in the water capacitor of the resonant cavity.

5. The circuit of Claim 4 in which the means for sensing is a pickup coil on the ferromagnetic core of the transformer.

6.  The circuit of Claim 4 of Claim 5 in which the sensing means is interconnected to a scanning circuit and a phase lock loop circuit, whereby the pulsing frequency to the primary coil of the transformer is maintained at a sensed frequency corresponding to a resonant condition in the water capacitor.

7. The circuit of Claim 1 including means for adjusting the amplitude of a pulsing cycle sent to the primary coil.

8. The circuit of Claim 6 including further means for maintaining the frequency of the pulsing cycle at a constant frequency regardless of pulse amplitude.

9. The circuit of Claim 3 in which the gated pulse frequency generator is operatively interconnected with a sensor that monitors the rate of gas production from the cell and controls the number of pulses to the cell in a gated frequency in a correspondence with the rate of gas production.

10. The circuit of Claim 7 or Claim 8 or Claim 9 further including a gas pressure sensor in an enclosed water capacitor resonant cavity which also includes a gas outlet, which gas pressure sensor is operatively connected to the circuit to determine the rate of gas production with respect to ambient gas pressure in the water capacitor enclosure.

11. The methods and apparatus as substantially described herein.

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Stan Meyer Tour of Water Powered Dune Buggy from May 1992

June 17th, 2011

The present video was recorded in May of 1992 and contains an interview with Stan Meyer in which he candidly discusses the various components of his water-powered dune buggy.

In the first portion of the video Meyers covers his technology implemented in the vehicle step by step. In the second part, he talks about his religious inspiration that brought the technology into being.

I have transcribed the entire video below.

I suggest you open the player in one browser and read the illustrated transcript in another, pausing the player audio from time to time to carefully study the illustrations or to think about the concepts.

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[02:16] (To the camera man) Can you zoom in back in here?

[02:24] Are we on?

[02:25] Ok, now this is the Hydrogen Computer System which was designed in order to be able to process the fuel to produce the hydrogen gas from water and do it economically and be able to control its firing allowing the Volkswagen engine to run off of hydrogen. There’s a lot of engineering design that went into this even though this is our systezms engineering approach. The Hydrogen Computer System you see here will be miniaturized down to several IC chips which will allow us to give the economics to apply to a conventional car.

Figure 1. - Hydrogen computer system aka. the GMS

Figure 1. - Hydrogen computer system aka. the GMS

[03:08] Over here there’s very unique design features that had to be developed in order to develop the water fuel cell as a retrofit energy systems to conventional cars. We had to go ahead and develop what we call the laser distributor as you see right here,

Figure 2. - Laser distributor system

Figure 2. - Laser distributor system

Figure 3. - Laser distributor system, closer view

Figure 3. - Laser distributor system, closer view

[03:25] which is put between conventional rotor cap and that of the rotor assembly. And primarily what this does is this sets up the electronic signals that goes back and triggers the computer system (Meyer points at the GMS) in order to allow the car to run successfully on hydrogen.

[03:42] In order to run this engine off of water, we’ve also had to learn the ability to adjust the burn rate of hydrogen to co-equal the fossil fuels. We did this by simply now pulling off a portion of the exhaust gases as you can see through this tube here

Figure 4. - Electronic meter mixing the exhaust gases

Figure 4. - Electronic meter mixing the exhaust gases

[03:59] going to this electronic regulator that’s hooked up to the hydrogen computer. And basically, what’s happening is that the ambient air is going into the engine and going through the burning process it produces the non-combustible gases that retards the speed by which the oxygen atom unites to hydrogen to bring on gas ignition. So by simply using the non combustible gases  coming from the exhaust of the engine, we now modulate and control the speed by which that oxygen unites with the hydrogen and therefore we are adjusting the burn rate of hydrogen to co-equal that of gasoline or fossil fuels or even diesel fuel. And that gave us the number one retrofit capabilities of retrofitting the water fuel cell technology to an existing engine and we do this electronically.

Figure 5. - Gas processor unit

Figure 5. - Gas processor unit

[04:46] The unit that you see right here, we call this a gas processor. And basically, what we are doing is we are ionizing the ambient air gases that are now going into the process and this allows us to trigger and use the hydrogen fracturing technology and tapping into a higher energy yield coming from the hydrogen.

Figure 6. - Resonant cavity unit

Figure 6. - Resonant cavity unit

[05:05] The unit that you see right here (see figure 6) , this is referred to as the resonant cavity.

Figure 7. - Water tank that feeds the resonant cavity unit

Figure 7. - Water tank that feeds the resonant cavity unit

[05:10] Water is now fed into the resonant cavity through this water tank (see figure 7) and as such we now expose the water to a very high intense pulse voltage field and restrict the amps and therefore the electrical polarization process now allows us to release the hydrogen economically from water. And by attenuating the amplitude of the voltage field, we now can control the rate of the production of the hydrogen gas on demand. So this is whats referred to as a constant demand generator. We also now extend or allow the voltage amplitude to increase even to a higher level and allow the water atoms to go into an ionization state which gives us an ability even to produce a higher energy yield by producing more hydrogen gas on demand.

[05:58] So the fuel now, coming from the water through the electrical polarization process going into resonance, resonance meaning that we are actually tuning into the dielectric properties of water. And allows us to reduce amp flow down to a minimum and allows voltage to take over to disassociate the water molecule on demand.

Figure 8. - Regulator unit that meter mixes combustible and non-combustible gases to provide burn rate control

Figure 8. - Electronic Injector system regulator unit that meter mixes combustible and non-combustible gases to provide burn rate control

[06:16] And those fuel gases are now coming through this electronic injector system as you see here. So basically, we are now feeding the ionized air from the gas processor. We are now also taking the water fuel gases that are now coming from ordinary water. We are now mixing it with a non-combustible gases, the ambient air gases, and regulating this control of the fluid medium and as a result now we can tune in and allow this engine to run off of natural water.

Figure 9. - Voltage Intesifier Circuit (VIC) unit

Figure 9. - Voltage Intesifier Circuit (VIC) unit

[06:50] This systems approach, this particular unit here (see Figure 9) is referred to as the VIC or the Voltage Intensified Circuit technology. This is being miniaturized down to very small light weight system. This is demonstrating our systems engineering approach on a technology that we can apply it to other applications not only in the transportation but also in the industrial applications. So it was paramount that we would demonstrate and have the technologies solve for design engineering retrofitting to existing energy consuming devices whether it was being running an internal combustion engine or a diesel engine or hook it to an industrial process. So all of these design interfacing technologies are now being solved. We are now in the latter stages of what we call the pre-engineering system which will now allow us to miniaturize the technology. Once we are completed on the design applications, we can take it into mass production.

[07:48] I’ll give you a classical example of this, we’ve also developed from this technology which we’ve called the water fuel cell injector

Figure 10. - Water-fuel injector

Figure 10. - Water-fuel injector

[07:57] and basically this injector now is a miniaturized water fuel cell, or miniaturized resonant cavity. And this technology now allows us to simply replace – we can by pass this part of the system’s approach and now simply replace the spark plug with the water fuel cell injector

Figure 11. - Water-fuel injector installation point

Figure 11. - Water-fuel injector installation point

[08:18] and as a result now we can run water up to the injector which is now being processed and being exposed to a very high pulse voltage frequency and as a result as the water fuel is going into the system then the explosion takes place inside the cylinder therefore makes this an extremely fail-safe operable system.

[08:39] The cord that you see here is strictly hooks up to a very high intensity voltage pulse and we restrict the amps to cause the electrical polarization process which in turn turns the voltage amplitude now takes it and goes in the ionization state and performs the hydrogen fracturing technology and then in turn the high pulse voltage frequency now allows the ignition of the gases. So therefore we do this electronically and so this technology is taken us down to the water fuel injector as you see here today which gives us a very economical way of simply converting and running a conventional car on ordinary natural water.

[09:24] So basically, what we do is we feed ordinary, natural water in here - non processed natural water, we now feed the ambient air gases, being ionized, its being mixed with the water, and then we mix the non combustible gases going into the system that regulates the control that allows us now to release the thermal explosive energy from hydrogen and do it on a controlled means.

Figure 12. - Laser accelerator control unit

Figure 12. - Laser accelerator control unit

Figure 12.5 - Laser accelerator control unit, close up

Figure 12.5 - Laser accelerator control unit, close up

[09:56] Further development on the technology centered around also the development, what we call the laser accelerator control (see figures 12 and 12.5). And this had to be developed in order to translate from a mechanical displacement to an electronic displacement in order to allow the hydrogen computer system to produce the gas on demand based on acceleration control. So what you are really seeing with the water fuel cell as it is today is that we have a full system engineering approach allowing us now to use water as a main fuel source to able to run a conventional engine and run it on water and do it in equal or supersede the performance of a car running on gasoline or diesel fuel.

[10:44] Many people do not realize that when you run a car or truck on gasoline of diesel fuel, you are actually running it on hydrogen. And all we are doing is using the hydrogen from water. And under the National Bureau of Standards figures shows that when you use water, the energy release is roughly two and a half times more powerful then that of gasoline. So water is a very powerful fuel. And all you needed to do was solve the answers;  number one producing the hydrogen economically, controlling it on demand, being able to adjust the burn rate of the hydrogen gas to co-equal the fossil fuels and the third one was to be able to transport it without spark ignition. And we’ve solved all of these problems on the design engineering, and of course the water fuel injector as I’ve shown you, now gives us the abilities to transport the water directly to the fuel injector which is now going into the voltage zone which is now performing the electrical polarization process that goes and triggers the hydrogen fracturing technology. But its doing it inside the engine.  So we all know that natural water is very stable and therefore it becomes a very fail-safe operable system as we pointed out earlier.

[11:58] (Meyer’s assistant) And do you want to say something about how we constrict amp flow?

[12:02] Yeah, we talked about that.

[12:02] (Meyer’s assistant) Did you mention something about that?

[12:03] Yeah. So in a system engineering approach, in mass production it looks like we can translate and reduce the systems approach down to a unit that costs roughly 1500 dollars per vehicle. For trucks it will be slightly larger then that, below 5000 dollars – it looks like we will be able to reach the economics to it and using ordinary natural water. You add nothing to the water, you don’t process the water in any way.

Figure 13 - Steam resonator unit

Figure 13 - Steam resonator unit

[12:32] Now here is another feature to the system that everybody asks me about (See figure 13). They say, “What happens to the water in the winter time? Does it freeze up?”. Well part of our technology was in the areas of development of what we call the steam resonator. Now since the unlike atoms take on opposite electrical charges, we simply use another part of our technology to restrict the amps and let voltage to take over and therefore we agitate the water molecules which in turn generates kinetic energy which in turn heats the water. Now this is phenomenal in the fact that we consume very little electrical energy in order to heat the water. So there are very far ranging advantages and features to this technology, arranging even in the areas that we now have a way of using voltage by switching off amp flow and dealing with the environmental control areas we are developing the technology in the areas of desalination of salt water. When ever you have a free or abundant energy source like water, its only limited to the imagination to put it to work. This technology is very applicable to desalination of the salt water, the handling of toxic waste chemicals by high pulse voltage frequency and restrict the amps, we now can separate the molecular structure of toxic chemicals and render them useless and safe.

[13:49] It also takes us to the technology of combining unlike atoms that heretofore was not possible under the natural state of covalent link-up. This led us to the development of the EPG electrical generator technology where we are able to manufacture a magnetized gas that exists at room temperature and enhance the electromagnetic field without increasing mass. So our technology since the time of the Arab embargo has been very far reaching to give us a comprehensive energy source that would literally be used anywhere in the economies and do a bi-lateral movement throughout the economies of the world to bring an energy source in. And as I pointed out earlier, the pinion of energy prices that will confront us very quickly, we literally have the ability now of engineering systems that systems engineering mass production systems very very quickly. And hopefully be able to stem off the imminent energy crisis that is now occurring. A lot of people are not aware of that Kuwait produces or manufactures the majority of aviation fuel for the world and its anticipated, as pointed out earlier, that its possible that as much as 20% drop in aviation fuel may occur within 6 to 8 months. If that happens then the dominos effect will occur and will start to trigger and energy shortage throughout the world.

[15:10] The same conditions that happened in the United States is also happening in the Arab fields where the natural pressure in the existing oik fields are dropping. The only difference between the U.S. and the Arab fields is their pressure is dropping 3 times faster then occurred in the United states. You just cant keep pulling the oil out of the ground and expect that its going to be there forever. The hour glass effect is occurring at a more faster rate then now in nuclear power plants. China has opened the doors to Western technology, 25% of the population of the world wants the same goods and services that you and I have been enjoying and that industrial base can not be maintained or expanded without the supply and utilization of energy of which we have very little fossil fuel left. So its imperative that we developed a technology that we can move very quickly and of course, water was the answer to it – because water is a very free and abundant energy source. And so this technology has led us to the abilities of harnessing and using the water in this particular way which we call the water fuel cell technology.

[16:12] (Interviewer) Do you have an indication of the amount of energy stored in a gallon of water compared to a barrel of oil for instance?

[16:21] Yes. As I pointed out earlier, when you separate the hydrogen and oxygen gases and go into the gas ignition process, its energy releases roughly two and a half times that of gasoline. Now note the reference is not two and a half times that of finger nail polish, its two and a half times that of gasoline.

[16:39] But in the hydrogen fracturing technology, we have developed a technology – as the Lord has shown me – that by igniting the hydrogen and oxygen gases, and setting up an condition by which the water molecule is prevented to form, then we now can tap into a very higher energy yield, and as  a result of this, the hydrogen fracturing technology shows that we can release energy up to and beyond 2.5 million barrels of oil per gallon of water and do it safely.

[17:07] And as I shown you earlier, we are now preparing this technology to be retro-fitted directly to a jet commander which we plan not only to fly around the world non-stop around the equator,  but turn 90 degrees and go from the north and south pole. So its a tremendous amount of energy source. And what we have done is found a triggering process to allow us to release a tremendous amount of energy and do it safely.  So it gives us an ability to not only sustain and maintain the economies of the world,  but also give us the abilities to handle the environmental pollution problems at the same time.

[17:42] We can’t keep putting CO2 in the air and expect that the energy levels are going to be there even for our plants. And we all talk about the Greenhouse Effect but very few people come up with a viable answer to it. And the water fuel cell technology gives us the ability.

Figure 14. - Stan Meyer and looking at his work

Figure 14. - Stan Meyer and looking at his work

[17:57] (Interviewer) Stanley can you explain your driving force behind spending all this money and energy developing something like this. It’s cost you about ten years of your life. Can you explain why you are doing all this and what really drives you to keep going.

[18:14] Well I did an analysis during the Arab embargo as to what actually occurred, and I realized that without a new and abundant energy source that was to come into the world economy very quickly, then the world economy could collapse. So as a scientist, I have a very diversified background, from research development to product development engineering and corporate entrepreneuring. And when I realized the problem that was confronting us, I went into my office laboratory and as a scientists I had always believed in the existence of God.  I thought it was mathematically impossible that we had derived ourselves from swamp gas. If you have to have a lot faith you have to have a lot of faith to believe in evolution. And so I went into my office laboratory and I said, “God, I love my country. It’s the greatest country in the world. If you’ll help me put a power supply in the country I’ll do anything that you want me to do.” And subsequently I was like Paul on the road to Damascus. I didn’t know the Lord, but once he revealed himself to me, subsequently I was filled with the Holy Spirit and I have been exercising the power, the authority and the word of God bringing this technology in. And many people ask me about do I fear for my life, I have learned the power of angels and I have been protected in trying to bring this technology in.

[19:28] The ultimate objective is not only to stabilize the economies of the world, but, if we realize any funds from the technology it will go into world evangelization. You see, as a scientist, once truth is shown to me, truth is truth, of course I got what I wanted – a ticket to going to heaven – and I got filled with the Holy Spirit, and so as a scientist, truth is truth and I have a responsibility just as I have a responsibility to the water fuel cell technology, to try to bring it out in the world, I also have the responsibility really to take the word and the truth of God, not only to the guy who next door neighbor, or the guy down the block, but also relate that truth of that knowledge to every person in the world if I possibly can do it. So the ultimate objective of the water fuel cell technology really is to help set the financial base capable of evangelizing the world.

[20:19] Now there is a difference between spiritual knowledge and worldly knowledge. And you cant go to the world system and ask them to help evangelize the world and spread the gospel but you can go to the world’s system and give them a cheap power supply that’s so economically and then those funds will go into the world evangelization. So the water fuel cell technology really, the ultimate objective is to accomplish the task of evangelizing the world by giving the financial abilities to do so. And that’s my ultimate and prime objective. The water fuel cell will give us the abilities to do this.

[20:55] (Interviewer) Can you explain – you mentioned one Bible text – what do you mean by that?

Figure 15. - Stan Meyer's logo

Figure 15. - Stan Meyer's logo

[21:03] Well, you notice on my logo, you’ll see Job 38 verse 22 and 23 and this is where the Lord is talking to job and he asks Job this question, he say, “Have you considered the treasures of snow? Or have you considered the treasures of hell which I have reserved against the time of trouble against battle and war.” The interpretation of the scriptures are as follows. Is not snow the most beautiful part about water? That no one snow flake looks exactly the same as that of another. The treasures of snow is the characteristic knowledge of water. The Lord knew that in fact that we would have and reach a very critical point in our history that since we went on our path that we reach a limit in the flow of fossil fuels and that the flow of fossil fuels may be disrupted and as a result the lord specified that the knowledge of water would come at a time of great trouble. But he also specified that the knowledge would come out prior to two events.

[film was edited and a portion of the interview is missing]

[21:56] (Interviewer) Now that we’ve heard how the thing functions, and you’ve explained background – why you are working on this thing – what do you think are possible applications and where do you think this device can be applied and what scale? What is the amount of energy we can get out of it? You talked before about converting cars, commercial airplanes. Is there any other application you can think of?

[22:20] Oh yes! Not only is this technology applicable to all modes of transportation but it also has application in industrial processes. During the Arab embargo, I was called into a meeting in Columbus, Ohio with the industrial leaders and the Columbia Gas system informed us that our gas was being cut off 100%. What they actually were telling us is that we were going out of business. And I saw some of the richest and most powerful industrial leaders of the state popping pills and I thought they were going to have a heart attacks because basically without energy you can’t make a product, and you cant make a product you cant make profit, and if you cant make a profit you can not pay your bills. The result is that the bigger you are, the faster you would go into economic bankruptcy. So, it was imperative that this technology not only be developed for the transportation areas but also to applied to industrial applications to be able to give energy.

[23:12] The technology in the hydrogen fracturing technology gave us the abilities to go in and protect the military integrity of the western world. So this technology is applicable not only in those areas but – for an example, during the Arab embargo, our Navy task force did not have the fuel and so as we have the ability now to go into maritime applications and literally run the ships off of water as a main fuel source and at the using the application is cleaning up our environment and preventing from the COT and the catastrophe contaminants that go in the air.

[23:45] So, we can move this technology bi-lateral in every aspect of the economy and do it very, very quickly. And so that leads us now into the fact that we have been developing this technology for mass production. And so, once we finalize the debugging of the pre-engineering unit, then we are going to translate it into a very cost effective system by taking the technology in the microchip technology and plastic mold injection technology allows us now to move this type of technology very very quickly. As a matter of fact, one master mold can produce over 11,000 units every 24 hours. That gives us the abilities now to move in a bilateral movement  to get the energy source throughout the entire world quickly if the oil is shut off to us either by way or by some other methods. A lot of people do not realize Saddam has the bio-germ through genetic restructuring. That if he uses it, it lives off the bacteria of air and water and even of oil. If he uses this its possible that the oil could be contaminated very quickly and if that is so then every country in the world would be faced with shutting off the flow of oil to each of there countries. Now without the supply of  fossil fuel, within 180 to 240 days thereafter, about 1.5 billion people would be facing starvation very, very quickly because we need that flow of energy in order to maintain the industrial bases of the world.

[25:15] So, we’ve designed a technology to be very flexible, to be used in every segment of the economy and do it very quickly. So we are all in the same boat and what we are doing is illustrating that yes, the technology is viable, here we do have  a viable technology that we now can use water as a fuel source because water is a very free and abundant fuel source. But its going to take you and I and the guy down the street and the people in each country to bring this technology into the marketplace to stabilize their countries. And so as a result, we developed it under the KISS method, “Keep It Simple Stupid”, to comply with the law of economics, that the guy who comes up with the cheapest way is going to win out. So by decentralizing the mass production of this system and the fabrication of the system, and decentralize the installation of the system, then we should be able to move in a bi-lateral movement through out all the countries of the world to get this type of technology into their countries to stabilize their economic base. If the oil is cut off by these means, or is simply being cut off by a lack of oil that is now showing. Its the same natural pressure that dropped in the Arab fields as I pointed out a little earlier is also occurring in the North Sea. The North Sea pressure has dropped by one third. So we all need the energy and therefore I feel that its going to take the people of the world to come together, and the leaders of each country to come together in one accord in order to allow this type of technology to go into the stabilized economic basis in each respective country.

[26:46] (Interviewer) Do you have any time scale for mass production set up yet? And second, do you have any organization or are you planning an organization, international or..?

[26:56] Yes, I am negotiating with many leaders in different countries of the world. But the ultimate objective is to mobilize the masses of the people in order to bring it in. This is the only way that it can come in. And so as we finalize a debugging of the system, and take it into mass production areas, we can do this by turning the technology over to many many fabricators and people who have certain skills in the machining areas or the mass production areas that will allow this type of technology to be produced very quickly.

[27:29] (Interviewer) Thanks very much for this interview.

[27:31] My pleasure.

[27:33] (Interviewer) We appreciate it very much, thank you.

[27:34] Your welcome.

[film was edited and loops back to a different point in the tape]

[27:45] (Interviewer) Stanley, can you give us some idea about the size of a conversion kit for a car for instance? We see all of these electronics sitting there (the interviewer points to the dune buggy)

Figure 16. - Stan Meyer's dune buggy and its many electronics

Figure 16. - Stan Meyer's dune buggy and its many electronics

[27:53]  (Interviewer continues) but I guess this is not going to be part of a future upgrade kit for a car, is it?

 

[28:00] No. This is the pre-engineering unit in order to satisfy the U.S. code of operability on section 35 section 101, and it was developed as pre-engineering to show to operability of all the different operational parameters of the water fuel cell. But in actuality, the entire technology that you see here, is really reduced down to the water fuel cell injectors you see right here.

 

Figure 17. - Stan Meyer's water fuel cell injector

Figure 17. - Stan Meyer's water fuel cell injector

[28:25]  (Interviewer) This is the only thing needed in upgrading a car? Or is there anything else involved?

[28:29] No, the water fuel cell injector, which replaces the conventional spark plug in an internal combustion engine, this is hooked up to a water tank. Basically, if you have a plastic fuel tank in your car, you simply drain out the gasoline, flush it out, fill it up with fresh water. Then, the water fuel cell injector now allows the water to be transferred. The systems approach allows the water to go into the injector which is now being processed to release the thermo explosive energy from hydrogen.

[29:02] The second part is hooked up, again, is what we refer to as the gas processor.

Figure 18. - Gas processor unit

Figure 18. - Gas processor unit

[29:07] that’s ionizing the gas to allow it to come in. So basically, in retrofit all we are doing is simply tapping off the exhaust gases

Figure 19. - Tapping off of the exhaust gases

Figure 19. - Tapping off of the exhaust gases

[29:13] from the conventional engine, we’re now using the gas processor to utilize the ambient air to ionize the gases which is now mixing with the water which now converts to water fuel. We are allowing the water fuel to go into the injector that’s now plugged into our replacement spark plug and allows the engine now to run off the thermo-explosive energy from hydrogen. So basically, all we are doing is taking the gasoline out of the tank, filling it up with water. We now replace the spark plugs with the water fuel cell injector, and we now hook a small little miniaturized computer which controls and meter mixes the gases going into the engine to allow the engine to accelerate and decelerate. So the installation is a very small, lightweight, compact electronic control system.

 

[30:05]  (Interviewer) Ok, the distributor, is that going to be the same distributor? Or do you have a modified version? Or is there anything additional to it?

[30:11] Yes, we do modify the distributor as is shown over here

 

Figure 20. - Modifications to insert Meyer's Laser Distributor between the distributor cap and distributor assembly

Figure 20. - Modifications to insert Meyer's Laser Distributor between the distributor cap and distributor assembly

[30:17] We simply take of the conventional rotor cap off a conventional engine, and we put the laser distributor in between the distributor assembly and the cap and this (referring to the laser distributor) now sends signals to the computer system which will really be a composite of several integrated circuit chips that miniaturizes the hydrogen computer system.

[30:45] (Interviewer) This whole hydrogen stuff, isn’t it extremely explosive in the car? Is there any danger involved in the safety aspect of it all?

[30:51] No. We’ve actually solved the problem. There is no storage of hydrogen whatsoever. The water goes into the injector, which now allows it to go into a high pulse voltage zone, which performs electrical polarization process – so the water is only being converted into the thermo explosive energy as it enters the injector so the thermo explosive energy is now only occurring inside the engine. So the electronic system is designed to regulate and control the explosion of the energy so now it co-equals that of gasoline so there’s a tremendously fail-safe operable system.

[31:22] (Interviewer) Ok. So its a safe, its a small system

[31:25] Yes.

[31:26] (Interviewer) What about maintenance of the car engine itself? Do we need more maintenance? Is it different? Do we have to modify anything on the maintenance schedule?

[31:36] No. Just keep the same maintenance as you have it. Since your releasing thermal explosive energy into the engine and your co-equaling the burn rate of gasoline, there is very little maintenance. If there is any maintenance at all, we developed the technology years ago that we could really impregnate the cylindrical walls of the engine with Teflon and we can even impregnate treat the bearings and literally run an engine on off of the Teflon and eliminate the oil. If that occurs then, you can use a product something like Slick50 in the engine and if you would need it. But the wear factor, since its a very clean burning fuel, hydrogen is a very clean burning fuel, then the engine oil is not contaminated under the old method of running a gasoline engine or diesel fuel. So its an extremely clean burning fuel.

[film was edited and loops back to a different point in the tape]

[32:35] (Interviewer) Stanley, what about the valves in the engine? Don’t the piston’s burn out because there is no lubrication of the lead or any other additives to the usual gas engine?

[32:44] No. The valves have been designed very recently to operate off of non-leaded gasoline. And since we use the exhaust gases to cycle back in and to modulate the burn rate of hydrogen gas, as we now control the burn rate to co-equal gasoline engine temperature and operations are duplicating the same thing on gasoline or diesel fuels. So you don’t change the engine in anyway. This allows us now to retrofit the water fuel cell technology to any existing engine. And thats very important because it now gives us the ability that we can stabilize transportation as we talked about before if the energy is cut off.

[33:26] (Interviewer) Ok. Now the accelerator. Can I still keep the same mechanical accelerator? Or do you have  a new device for that as well?

[33:31] Yes. We have developed what we call the laser accelerator as you see right here here

Figure 21. - Laser acceleration assembly

Figure 21. - Laser acceleration assembly

 

Figure 21.5 - Mechanics of the laser acceleration assembly

Figure 21.5 - Mechanics of the laser acceleration assembly

[33:45] that simply is attached to the accelerator pedal and as you press the gas pedal down, it displaces the mechanical displacement into electrical impulses which now is fed into the micro miniaturized computer electronics. So, this gives us  the abilities now to control the acceleration. This type of technology has given us the abilities to equal or supersede the performance of acceleration or deceleration of conventional cars running on gasoline or diesel fuel. So the hydrogen being two and half times more powerful then gasoline gives us a tremendous amount of performance over the prior state of the art.

[34:32] It runs very smoothly and it has a very unusual sensation. Generally when your running a car on gasoline, you have this kind of a pause. But when you are running on hydrogen in the way that we’re doing it, its a tremendous, its a constant acceleration. So its an extremely very fast responding fuel source that’s coming from water, from hydrogen.

[34:55] (Interviewer) So your claiming that the performance is equal or better as a normal gasoline car.

[34:59] Oh yes. Definitely. It’ll even start up quicker. In the winter time you are dealing with a liquid gasoline or liquid diesel fuel and you have problems with starting. In cold weather, you don’t freeze gas atoms and so by converting the water into instant energy, it gives us the ability to start the engine very very quickly.

[35:23] (Interviewer) So when you start an engine in the morning for instance, how long does it take before you can drive away?

[35:30] Oh, its an instantaneous start-up. Immediately when the pulse voltage frequency hits the water, it converts it to the gas which now produces the thermo explosive energy so its an instantaneous type of start. The electronic circuit interfacing gives us the abilities to control and meter the amount of water that’s going in on the start condition as opposed on a run condition. So the computer automatically adjusts between the start condition and the run condition. So electronically we have the abilities to adjust for these parameters. And the same as a conventional car, we also have the abilities to adjust for different ambient air conditions going from sea level up into the mountain ranges so automatically the electronic circuitry design gives us the abilities to adjust each parameter and give us a very smooth operational performance.

[36:23] (Interviewer) What about air pressure? I mean when you go up high in the mountains you don’t reduce ambient air there is no improvement on the performance of the car.

[36:36] No, because here we have a device, a metal bellows, which now allows to control the amount of ambient air going into the engine of the car.

Figure 22. - Metal bellows device allowing control over the amount of ambient air going into the engine

Figure 22. - Metal bellows device allowing control over the amount of ambient air going into the engine

[36:51] this automatically allows us to regulate the ambient air pressures going from sea level up into the mountain areas. So electronically these solenoids you see here

Figure 23. - Solenoids with pressure sensors that allows the computer to perform air pressure compensation as needed

Figure 23. - Solenoids with pressure sensors that allows the computer to perform air pressure compensation as needed

[37:02] have sensors that automatically senses the amount of ambient pressures and they are automatically electronically adjusted to compensate for difference of air pressure. So this allows us now to give tremendous good performance going from sea level right on up into the higher mountain regions.

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This blog entry is a follow up to some of my earlier writings about Meyer’s technology including:

http://www.alexpetty.com/2010/09/17/water-as-fuel-with-puharich-and-meyer/

http://www.alexpetty.com/2010/11/17/meyers-gas-core-transformer/

http://www.alexpetty.com/2011/06/16/overview-of-meyer-wfc-gas-management-unit-electronics/

http://www.alexpetty.com/2011/06/16/simple-wfc-energization-circuit-by-alex-petty/

http://www.alexpetty.com/2011/06/13/stan-meyer-water-as-fuel-lecture-in-denver-on-may-1997/

For real time discussion about this research, please join my Yahoo group:

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/meyer_wfc_replication/

So also the web site of my main collaborator and researcher partner Russ Gries:

http://rwgresearch.com/

Overview of Meyer WFC Gas Management Unit Electronics

June 16th, 2011

During the next few weeks, I will be working to reverse engineer all of Meyer’s circuits based on the huge amount of photographic evidence which has come into my possession (thanks to my friend and colleague in this research Russ Gries). I now have highly resolved photographs of the front and back sides of all the electronic circuits that made up Meyer’s work. It will therefore now be possible to reverse engineer everything!

For starters:

The rack below is Meyer’s Gas Management Unit (GMS).

Figure 1. - Gas management system

Figure 1. - Meyer's Gas management system

This was the control unit mounted in Meyer’s water powered dune buggy:

Gas Management Unit (GMS) installed in Meyer's water powered dune buggy

Gas Management Unit (GMS) installed in Meyer's water powered dune buggy

Closer shot of the GMS in Meyer's water powered dune buggy

Closer shot of the GMS in Meyer's water powered dune buggy

This rack contains 18 module cards and a cable connection bay with 8 ports.

The card modules are (from left to right):

1) Card Extender

2) Exh Gate

3) Air Gate 1

4) Exhaust

5) Air Gate 2

6) Speed Limit

7) Alarm

8 ) Freq Gen

9) Water Cell

10) Accel

11) Injector 1

12) Injector 2

13) Injector 3

14) Injector 4

15) Dist

16) Dist

17) 10V Power

18 ) 5V Power

 

The cable connection bay contains the ports:

1) Alarm (7 pins)

2) Dist (7 pins)

3) Gate (2 pins)

4) Accel (32 pins)

5) Exhaust Gate (2 pins)

6) TOR (8 pins)

7) DC Power (2 pins)

8 ) VIC Circuit (6 pins)

 

Below are larger view  images of these sections:

1) Card Extender

Figure 2. - Card extender

Figure 2. - Meyer's GMS card extender module

2) Exh Gate

Figure 3. - Exhaust gate

Figure 3. - Meyer's GMS exhaust gate module

3) Air Gate 1

Figure 4. - Air gate card

Figure 4. - Meyer's GMS air gate 1 module

4) Exhaust

Figure5. - Exhaust module

Figure5. - Meyer's GMS exhaust module

5) Air Gate 2

Figure 6. - Air gate 2 module

Figure 6. - Meyer's GMS air gate 2 module

6) Speed Limit

Figure 7. - Speed limit module

Figure 7. - Meyer's speed GMS limit module

7) Alarm

Figure 7. - Meyer's alarm module

Figure 8. - Meyer's GMS alarm module

8 ) Freq Gen

Figure 8. - Meyer's freq generator module

Figure 9. - Meyer's GMS freq generator module

9) Water Cell

Figure 9. - Meyer's GMS water cell module

Figure 10. - Meyer's GMS water cell module

10) Accel

 

Figure 11. - Meyer's GMS accel module

Figure 11. - Meyer's GMS accel module

11) Injector 1

Figure 12. - Meyer's GMS injector 1 module

Figure 12. - Meyer's GMS injector 1 module

12) Injector 2

Figure 13. - Meyer's GMS injector 2 module

Figure 13. - Meyer's GMS injector 2 module

13) Injector 3

Figure 14. - Meyer's GMS injector 3 module

Figure 14. - Meyer's GMS injector 3 module

4) Injector 4

Figure 15. - Meyer's GMS injector 4 module

Figure 15. - Meyer's GMS injector 4 module

15) Dist

Figure 16. - Meyer's GMS dist 1 module

Figure 16. - Meyer's GMS dist 1 module

16) Dist

Figure 17. - Meyer's GMS dist 2 module

Figure 17. - Meyer's GMS dist 2 module

17) 10V Power

Figure 18. - Meyer's GMS 10V power module

Figure 18. - Meyer's GMS 10V power module

18 ) 5V Power

Figure 19. - Meyer's GMS 5V power module

Figure 19. - Meyer's GMS 5V power module

All 8 elements of the cable connection bay can be seen below:

Figure 20. - Meyer's GMS cable connection bay

Figure 20. - Meyer's GMS cable connection bay

1) Alarm (7 pins)

2) Dist (7 pins)

3) Gate (2 pins)

4) Accel (32 pins)

5) Exhaust Gate (2 pins)

6) TOR (8 pins)

7) DC Power (2 pins)

8 ) VIC Circuit (6 pins)

 

The GMS Unit connected to the Voltage Intensifier Unit.

Figure 21. - Meyer's VIC control unit

Figure 21. - Meyer's VIC control unit

This unit was mounted on the back of the water powered dune buggy as shown below.

Figure 22. - Meyer's VIC control unit installed in the rear of the dune buggy

Figure 22. - Meyer's VIC control unit installed in the rear of the dune buggy

This rack contains 11 module cards and a cable connection bay with 12VDC rail terminals,  2 cable connection ports and a power switch.

The card modules are (from left to right):

1) Steam Resonator

2) Resonant Cavity 10

3) Resonant Cavity 9

4) Resonant Cavity 8

5) Resonant Cavity 7

6) Resonant Cavity 6

7) Resonant Cavity 5

8 ) Resonant Cavity 4

9) Resonant Cavity 3

10) Resonant Cavity 2

11) Gas Processor

Each of these cards have identical user interfaces.

 

I’ll be putting up details of the first card module soon.

 

Please also be sure to visit Russ’ site: http://rwgresearch.com/

Russ has done a lot great research including some further work on my discovery of the true function of Meyer’s EPG (ie. the gas core transformer http://www.alexpetty.com/2010/11/17/meyers-gas-core-transformer/).

Simple WFC Energization Circuit by Alex Petty

June 16th, 2011

I have been working for many years on Meyer’s and Puharich’s Water Fuel Cell implementations. Over the course of those years, I have had many  people ask me about a good way to energize the water fuel cell.

At various times, especially in recent years, I have found myself being fairly guarded on many of the technical details of my work. A few recent factors in my life have renewed my sense of the importance and value of open source engineering for game changing technologies such as Meyer’s Water Fuel Cell.  I have therefore recommitted myself to moving forward from this point with 100% transparency and will hence  foster a spirit of total cooperation with all other open source researchers out there working on these technologies.

So, in response to those of you who want to build a cell but  feel that you do not have enough knowledge in electronics to get started, I here present to you the simplest analog circuit that I have designed for the purpose  of  pulsing water fuel cells.

To adjust the frequency of your circuit into the resonant condition,  switch out  capacitor C2. You can use the following equation to get you into the ball park.

The resonant frequency for this case is given by:

 \omega_0 = \sqrt {\frac{1}{LC}-\frac{1}{(RC)^2}}
To use the equation, you will need to know the inductance of L1,  the capacitance of C5 and the resistance your water poses to the charge that is trying to move between the plates of C5. Once you have calculated the resonant frequency, you then select a capacitor for C2 that will output square waves at this frequency. If you are unsure how to do this, just trial and error with a oscilloscope and watch for peak amplitudes on your pulses. (If you don’t  have an oscilloscope, get one. It is an indispensable tool for this work.)
After you have “dialed in” to the resonant frequency for your circuit, you can add C3 (for the gate timing). This allows the water capacitor some time so it can discharge in order that it can then cycle the step charging process over and over again. The off-time provided by the gate also allows solitons to arise between the plates of C5.
Meyer-type WFC Energization Circuit designed by Alex Petty

Meyer-type WFC Energization Circuit designed by Alex Petty

Below is a link to the PDF file for the schematic above.

http://www.singularics.com/docs/alex-petty_simple-wfc-energization-circuit.pdf

I am also including a photo of a breadboard on which I have implemented the above circuit. My hope is that this will give those of you who need it a better feel for mapping the schematic to actual physical connections.

Alex Petty's Simple Form WFC Energization Circuit

Alex Petty's Simple Form WFC Energization Circuit

The view in the scope of the gating frequency at breadboard column 3 (the 3rd connection column from the left), at D15 (on U3) should look as given below:

Gating frequency

Gating frequency

The view in the scope of the resonant frequency at breadboard column 3 (the 3rd connection column from the left), at D16 (on U3) should look as given below:

Resonate Frequency Pulses

Resonate Frequency Pulses

The view in the scope of the gated resonant frequency at breadboard column 3, D30 should look as given below:

Gated resonant pulse train @ 3.32ms per block

Gated resonant pulse train @ 3.32ms per block

A higher time resolution scope view of the gated resonant frequency seen at Col.3, D30 should look as below:

Gated resonant pulse train @ 1.66ms per block

Gated resonant pulse train @ 1.66ms per block

If the VIC hardware is well constructed, and the given circuit is well tuned to that hardware, then the amplitude of the waveform you will see arise between L2 and C5 will show instantaneous voltages well above 40kV and higher. This is what facilitates the “electrical polarization process” effect.

This information I have just given you is the answer to often asked question about what is the capacitance (or some other parameter) of a Meyer cell. The fact is, the specific values of the components are less important then the knowledge that your real goal is to cause the cell to pulse in a resonant condition. By resonance, I am specifically referring to that condition which occurs when the capacitive reactance of C5  equals  inductive reactance of L1 (and by extension, L2). This “resonant frequency” is dependent only on the characteristics of the electronic components in use, including the resistance value of your water dielectric.

Please feel free to share this design and use it however you wish as I am placing it into the public domain. If you re-post it, please include attribution to me and a link back to my blog. (Thank you for that.)

I hope you find this to be helpful.