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Puharich Stage A

In his 1983 patent, Puharich describes his water splitting technique as being a multi-stage water treatment process. The stages of this process are summarized below: Stage A: Dry charging the cell to test integrity of all components and to clean cell surfaces with high voltage electrostatic charge. Stage B: (which has 5 phases) B.1: [...]


Operating Meyer’s VIC

From information in the patents and technical documentation written by Stan Meyer, it is clear that the Voltage Intensifier Circuit (VIC) is the key to Meyer’s claim of deriving oxyhydrogen gas from water while consuming almost no power. According to Meyer, this effect can best be achieved by constructing an asymmetric capacitor [...]


Meyer’s Gas Core Transformer

Could the very first patent Stan Meyer ever submitted be the key to understanding his subsequent water fuel related inventions? Meyer titled this patent “Electrical Particle Generator”, a name which would not attract too much attention to itself. Furthermore, Meyer never patented this device in the USA. He only patented it in the [...]


Water as Fuel with Puharich and Meyer

With more than 300 million cubic miles of water on the Earth’s surface, it’s one of the most abundant substances on the planet. Water comprises two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen. When these gases are derived from water through electrolysis, they form a combustible gas. The exhaust produced by burning this gas is once [...]