Electronysis A Spectacular New Vernacular.

Stan Meyer and the frequency that switches off the covalent bond of water. I think this idea has caused a lot of confusion. The confusion comes from the misunderstanding of which frequency you are chasing? There probably is a frequency that switches off the covalent bond of water but that is not the frequency that gets the work done here. The one that works is the frequency at which the liquid multi-capacitor resonates at and gives the feedback frequency from dielectric failure.

To distill or not to distill that is the question? Stan's idea was that you could put tap water in the capacitor and his system would self adjust to the resonance point of the capacitor. Tap water is the term Stan used so whatever is in tap water is the variable to which the automatic fine tuner will adjust to hit the resonance point. So if you are using the device in India or Mexico were they typically have human feces in the tap water the tuner will adjust to the feces as though it was a dielectric component. That is why in the lecture in New Zealand he says that the bath type capacitor is not practical unless you have an automatic cleaning system to remove unwanted substances from building up in the capacitor. He also says that if you were to build a system that used sodium hydroxide and distilled water as a consumable the price on the consumables would be driven up making the system to costly. He also said that there is a patent issued for a system that works this way but I never could make out the name.

For my money about 25 cents worth of sodium hydroxide and distilled water at 88 cents a gallon that is not to high a price to pay for a clean and stable circuit. However, Stan was trying to run an engine on 100% water I just want supplemental fuel.

"Electronyisis" is an electronic method of splitting the water molecule into its constituent whole parts. It is based on the premise that the power required to split the water molecule is inversely proportional to the power that is holding it together, slightly more than one electron per molecule. It works by making the water molecule a component in an electronic resonating circuit acting as a dielectric liquid in a liquid multi-capacitor. The liquid multi-capacitor is a component in a common LC circuit. The parameters of the circuit are all adjustable to achieve the desired gas output of oxygen/hydrogen blended gases.

A well-designed " Electronyisis " liquid multi-capacitor has the potential of creating "magnicules" of oxygen/hydrogen (Santilli). "Magnicule" potential is greater because the distance between the capacitor plates is ten times the distance of a standard electrolyzer. This allows the formation of a electronic field intensity zone in the center of the capacitor cavity or resonate cavity. The free radicals of oxygen and hydrogen that have been liberated from water molecules reform in the field intensity zone into toroidal shaped clusters of many molecules of oxygen and hydrogen amplifying the explosive power of the two gases.

The components of the "Electronyisis" circuit are the same as any LC circuit. A coil which can be incorporated into a voltage converter, a liquid multi-capacitor capable of harvesting the blended gases and a frequency determining device such as a pulse width modulator with the proper rating.

When the "Electronyisis" circuit is powered up and resonating a secondary frequency will be emitted from the liquid multi-capacitor. The frequency is the sound of the dielectric liquid failing in the capacitor. Just like when a capacitor fails in an audio amplifier, it makes a buzz or loud humming. In an "Electronyisis" circuit however, this is the feedback frequency. That means the circuit is in resonance and operating with very low input power required to keep the circuit resonating. When the dielectric fails it turns the water in the dialectic liquid into oxygen and hydrogen gas and the capacitor is built to withstand repeated dielectric failure.

The dielectric liquid is approximately 75% distilled water and 25% sodium hydroxide. Because the liquid multi-capacitor operates at a low temperature little to none of the sodium hydroxide is vaporized. The gas leaves and the chemical stays. The capacitor requires only one chemical charge for the life of the capacitor. Because amps are not flowing in the LC circuit creating heat the liquid to gas conversion phenomenon cooling effect can be utilized. Keeping the circuit cool due to thermal cancellation. Electronic activity creates heat and liquid to gas conversion creates cold.

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Comment by Jeremy Dukes on September 7, 2018 at 8:25pm

What is the significance of an LC circuit as it relates to producing this highly accommodating gas?

Comment by Jaco Bezuidenhout on September 7, 2018 at 1:04pm

Thanks for the feedback Jim. I think I am starting to understand it better. It still does feel like rocket science though. LOL

Right, so ampere causes an influx of electron flow racing through water and as the H and the O breaks appart, they naturally come together also again and this constant breaking appart and coming together has some H sticking together and some O sticking together thus creating the 2 gasses at the very expensive cost.
But now you say "water falling apart" - I struggle very much trying to imagine what would cause the atomic bond of electrons holding H and 2 Os together.

I think I should read "birth of a new technology" again. I am super curious now even more.

Maybe we should just ask the water to turn into browns gas? LOL      It has GOT TO BE EASIER like that. 

:) have a good weekend

Comment by Jim Mitchell on September 6, 2018 at 5:21pm

To Jaco The art of the capacitor design. Keep looking at it as an electronic liquid capacitor that has the ability to put the water molecule inside of an electronic resonating LC circuit. Now  ask yourself how much power dose it take to keep an LC circuit going ? According to Stan the water should fall apart not be ripped shredded or crushed. Watch the video Jeremy posted you will see that the load on the engine drops off after the circuit is fully charged. This is the behavior of a very large LC circuit. 

 

Comment by Jim Mitchell on September 6, 2018 at 2:09pm

To Jaco What you have written is very helpful,I hope others read it as well. I will have to break it down into a few comments. What Stan figured out was that we have all been misled into thinking that it takes an enormous amount of energy to split water. An electrolyzer works in a very destructive way it's more like a water crusher and you are left with some combustible fragments from what was water. The amount of power required to split water is inversely proportional to what is holding it together. Water is not held together with Amps it is held with electrons a very small fraction of a Amp. You don't need a pile driver to crack an egg.

Comment by Jim Mitchell on September 6, 2018 at 1:33pm

To Jeremy. It may work that way. This idea uses a capacitor in a new way making use of the inexpensive magnetic field generated while the circuit is in resonance.

Comment by Jaco Bezuidenhout on September 6, 2018 at 12:15pm

I've been reading all this again and maybe I'm starting to understand this, so correct me if I am wrong please :

I am used to dry cells - a bunch of plates with electrons charging through water and a conductor (KOH or whatever) ripping the H2O into HHO at the very costly expense of AMPERE (electron flow - and in my experience, 20-30amp on 12 volt with 48 plates given a rough 7 litres per minute).

So what Stan figured out is to resonate VOLTs with a frequency and get that into a capacitor made of plates and water. The capacitor then causes a frequency to rip the 
H2O into HHO and almost no AMPs are spent in the process.

Is this idea I am getting correct? That being said, without taking notice of other changing variables like pressure and heat and the frequency being unstable?

So the art is in the design of the capacitor - and more precisely stated , instead of looking at it as a capacitor, look at it asif it is a device that causes H2O to be ripped appart. Kind of like a tuning fork. A tuning fork is a tuning fork. The all look the same, except different sizes causes different frequencies of sound.

SO if we talk about generating more gas, then it is safe to assume that :

* with electrolysis we need to increase the AMPS primarily

* with Stan's way we need to look at the shape, size and physical properties of the "ripping instrument" (a.k.a. the wet capacitor)  and possibly the amount of Volts.

I bet that is why Stan mentioned torodial shaped things when he spoke in code to help people figure out without giving the secrets away.

I once saw a video clip of a guy who boiled water with a device made of copper and it looked round like there was a toroid device inside of it.

....just sharing my thoughts here...

Comment by Jeremy Dukes on September 5, 2018 at 8:39pm
Displacement current density has the same units as electric current density, and it is a source of the magnetic field just as actual current is. However it is not an electric current of moving charges, but a time-varying electric field.

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Comment by Jim Mitchell on September 5, 2018 at 7:18pm

To Alex. Yes it is possible currently I am working on two videos a tour of my mobile lab and how it works. A second video a running circuit with a clear milti-capacitor so you can see the field intensity zone. In order for you to understand what you will be seeing though I recommend you read two books Stan Meyer Water fuel cell technical brief (Amazon) and George Wiseman Browns gas book 2 (Eagle Research). You may also want to read his paper on Electrically Expanded Water / Magnicules ( Santilli ).

Comment by Jeremy Dukes on September 5, 2018 at 7:04pm
The system from what I could tell works through displacement current. The only power consumed is the inherent resistance of the circuit. What little heat that built up would be the power being consumed.
Comment by alex mocho on September 5, 2018 at 12:25pm

Thanks Jim. It possible to know the benefits ( watts/ LPM)  to use your method or technology to find more production with less kw?

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