Subject: electrolysis and Stanley Meyer

Just have been thinking about the subject.

Experience has shown that we need to consider ohms law in our calculations on how this works.

If we apply 13.8 volts to our cell, and the amp reading is 30 amps, we have 0.46 ohms.

The math shows that the resistance is just under 1 half ohm resistance with the above paramaters.

one guy suggested that we use a high voltage to make electrolysis. So I figured that

I should enlarge the topic on this . So here is my logic on the subject.......Just had to say this.....

If we apply 20000 volts to a one half ohm resistance the figure would be 40000 amps. It doesn't make

any sense in the figures. It wouldn't work in a liquid bath electrolyzer. Even if the voltage was 100 volts

It still wouldn't work that way because the required power supply would have to put out 200 amps continuous.

[This above example (I know) is a bit ludicrus because hho generators work best at 2 volts per space.]

Lets consider the possibility of using a mist of water in a gap of a spark plug. The spark is usually

in the range of 10 to 15 thousand volts across a gap of 25 thousandths of an inch. less than[1/8] inch.

If we apply a dc voltage across the gap (example 300 positive volts) The conductivity will not allow the current

to start untill the 15000 volt discharge takes place. When that occurs the resistance drops instantly

to almost a shorted condition for an instant. The discharge will be an avalanch through the arc of

an extremely high current, untill the capacitve source is almost totally discharged. At that point

the discharge stops. This effect is called plasma. If we pass a mist of water through the plasma

field as the discharge takes place, the effect is explosive.

Consider the possibility of injecting water into a plasma field with an air charge of hho gas mix in the cylinder

of an engine. The flame front of combustion in h2 gas is 7 times faster than in gasoline vapor mist. Because

of the speed of the flame front, the timing must be retarded almost 20 degrees past top dead center to

avoid damage to the engine. It is like a sledge hammer hitting the piston. It doesn't take much of the h2

gas to run the engine in that condition....

With an injector that combines the plasma with hho It would be possibble to run an engine entirely on water.

This is the way that Stanley Meyer was able to run his car on water alone. It never was revealed in the

film clips I have seen how it was accomplished. That is why there has been lots of speculation on

if it was real or not. The truth will come out as more people work on this.....

I believe that I saw something about an injectior plug that Stanley Meyer was trying to

make work on his dune buggy. and then there is the s1r9a9m9 water car to consider.....

Lets try ths and try to

make one of these injector systems..... I will get back to you later on this .

got to go now....

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best regards JT