Meyer Research Group


Meyer Research Group

This group is dedicated to the work of Stanley Meyer.

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Latest Activity: Jan 14, 2015

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Stanley Allen Meyer Patent Collection Database

Started by Richard Collins. Last reply by Richard Collins Apr 28, 2012. 31 Replies

Here you will find a collection of Stanley Meyers Patents. I am sure I over looked one or two so if you see one i missed please upload it. Thanks

Pictures of Stan's stuff

Started by David Bixler. Last reply by Richard Collins Apr 28, 2012. 4 Replies

pictures from stans estate, just incase someone hasn't seen them

working VIC anyone?

Started by Gregory Burns. Last reply by David Bixler Dec 12, 2011. 4 Replies

We've all nailed the plate gap and pulsing electronics construction and make some bubbles.  Ok, a start... I've wound numerous coils to get a step charging effect and more gas with little success. …Continue

Could Ultrasonic Waves make Water-Splitting easier and increase HHO Production Rate ?

Started by Hans Peter GROTE. Last reply by gabet123 Sep 25, 2011. 2 Replies

The Bond between Hydrogen and Oxygen is known to have vibrational phases that may be exited by numerous Forms of Energy transfers.Ultrasonic Transducters are used to clean Jewlery or larger Units, to…Continue

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Comment by Richard Collins on May 3, 2010 at 7:54pm
I hope to see this group become active. I believe we should compile everything we have on Meyer's work. Patent's, Diagrams, Pictures, Videos, Tech Briefs, ect. I know that the Colorado videos are great, as well as the Switzerland videos. In those videos Meyer talks of many things left out in his patents. I am dedicated to Meyers work efforts, I just wish I had more insight and direction. I have traveled to Grove City just to drive around and ask locals if they ever heard of Stan... Not one person I asked had ever even heard of him or his buggy. Not even at the Cracker Barrel. Sad isnt it. I think my next trip to Grove City will be to the Columbus Dispatch to talk to Dean Narciso (Suburban Reporter at The Dispatch Printing Company) who covered the most recent article involving Stan's death that was published in the newspaper just a few years ago. I might even build up enough courage to go see Lt. Steve Robinette the lead detective on the Meyer case for the Grove City police. If so I will get a copy of the official police report of what had happened. I just don't want to pry into any of Stan's family relations or become a nuisance to the relatives of Stan. I also want a copy of the autopsy report from the coroners office. I hope to draw some attention from the resistance that was working against Stan. I fear them not. In fact I would love to get the opportunity to know what Phillippe Vandemoortele and Marc Vancraeyenest would have to say about the Cracker Barrel incident. I wonder if the so called Belgian investors had something to do with it. Finding them two would take more than a trip to Columbus. I feel that the justice has yet to be enforced over Meyer's death and if I can point out anything I feel that the police overlooked then maybe they will consider re-opening the investigation. That would raise awareness with the locals who have no clue that the world's greatest inventor next to Nikola Tesla lived right in their home town. I also want to go to City Hall and see what it would take and what it would cost to place a sign that would read; "Welcome to Grove City" Home of Stanley Meyer, the great inventor of the water powered car." for people to see as they entered Grove City.
Comment by Richard Collins on May 3, 2010 at 7:20pm
I have spoken on the phone with Steven Meyer once in January of 2009 I asked questions to Steven regarding the VIC and schematics involving the resonant scanning circuit that utilizes a PLL "Phase Lock Loop". He simply replied; "Look into my patent of the hydroxyl filling station, that should help". I got his number off of James Robey's blog talk radio episodes with Steven Meyer. There are six episodes that I know of. Each episode is one hour in length. There are a lot of interesting things to hear in these blog talks. They can be found at search under water fuel museum. Once you find the Kentucky water fuel museum section then start surfing the blogtalks for Steven Meyer.
Comment by John on February 20, 2010 at 11:53am
This is a great idea. Maybe we can finally put together all the data from
Stan's work to launch a really great system and stop all the tinkering and guess work we've all been on for so long.
Comment by Hans Sotexis on February 20, 2010 at 2:58am
There are so many high educated people interested in develloping "new" sourches of energy conversion, that the time have come that someone start an organisation who take the courage (and time) to bundle knowledge, financial sourches and international promotion.
Comment by paulson lazarus on February 19, 2010 at 10:56am
hi hope we could make some thing out of this group
rgds paul

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