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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.
Edited by Jeremy Dukes