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Stanley Meyer's Secret: How Did He Power His Car On Water, Alone? Or, Did He?

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Ammonia is the primary fuel of Stanley's Water Powered Car while Hydrogen plays a supportive role in regulating the burn-rate of Ammonia, and also in creating Ammonia from the available Nitrogen from the engine's air intake. Hydrogen, alone, burns too fast without enough expansion to drive the pistons at a rate comparable to gasoline.

Herman Anderson could not drive at speeds fast enough to keep up with the flow of traffic down the freeway (so his car was more appropriately driven on surface streets), while Donald Brisbee couldn't get his RPM up faster than a mere idle, because both guys were not utilizing the benefit of ammonia. Their's were a hydrogen fired engine, strictly speaking.

Ammonia is difficult to burn without something fast-burning, like Hydrogen, to increase the overall burn-rate when the two are mixed together. Ammonia is made on the fly from the air intake mixed with a little recycled exhaust. Water Vapor is also needed, plus a Disruptive Discharge from either a sparking arc (in Stanley's and Donald's case) or from a corona (in Herman's version).

'Non-combustible gases' is patent-speak for hiding what it really is, namely: nitrogen - N2, and other trace gases other than oxygen, such as: carbon dioxide. 'Superimpose' is another instance of patent-speak for 'chemically react'. So Stan's patent phrase: 'nitrogen superimposes upon the hydrogen' really means that nitrogen is chemically reacting with hydrogen to make ammonia. An incomplete reaction takes place -- on purpose -- to retain residual hydrogen for regulating the overall burn rate of this Ammonia and Hydrogen mixture.

The two inlet ports of Stan's Gaseous Transformer, or EPG - also known as: Energy Production Generator, each separately charge/ionize to a positive potential the two inlet ports of: (1) The Intake Air plus a little Exhaust containing nitrogen, oxygen, and water vapor, and (2) Hydrogen (with or without the Oxygen) also containing water vapor. Now that the gases entering both ports are both positively charged (ionized), the hydrogen will not reunite with oxygen to reform water. Instead, the nitrogen will unite with hydrogen to form ammonia. If the oxygen and hydrogen had been allowed to remain ionized with opposite charges (one positive, the other negative, resulting from their electrolysis), then they will unite to form water. Since this is not desirable for achieving optimum thrust from the engine, we force one more process to take place.

So, there are four -- not three -- steps, involved here: (Step 1) is to split water to make hydrogen and oxygen, (Step 2) make ammonia from nitrogen and hydrogen, (Step 3) burn ammonia and hydrogen in the presence of oxygen, and finally (Step 4) produce water exiting the tail pipe.

Making ammonia from nitrogen contained in our air is the extra step missing from our mainstream understanding of how Stanley Meyer achieved his fantastic results.

For example, take Stanley's use of the term: 'argon', and 'argon gases', among the various 'non-combustible gases' that he frequently refers to. Non-combustible gases can refer to the exhaust gases, it can include nitrogen, it could include argon, but that's not what Stanley is referring to in this particular case that I am going to focus on. His use of the term 'argon' during any interviews or within any of his patents, refers to the two pre-hydrogen elements of Dmitry Mendeleyev's original periodic chart of the elements. This original version is not to be confused with the version which Dmitry gave to us, for that is lacking the two pre-hydrogen gases located in the zero group of elements located on the chart within the, get this: the ARGON GROUP! Since all quantum forces can be described by the behavior of little uni-polar magnets of north and south pole charge whose size is smaller than hydrogen and can pass through anything, I believe Mendeleyev was talking about this phenomenum and Stanley was hiding this truth whenever he mentioned argon. These two quantum magnetic particles are described by Edward Leedskalnin and dubbed 'Magnetons' by RL Poole.

Look at the back of the following text under: Appendix III, entitled: "An Attempt Towards a Chemical Conception of the Ether", and read this entire section.

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