Stanley Meyers WFC
I have looked into Stan Meyers' WFC(Water Fuel Cell) technology. There is something about it, that I find strange. Very strange. I dont know if this inconsistency is pro WFC, or bad for WFC, or maybe theres something that I am wrong about.
The thing is, is that there isnt really any real information on experiments done. I have collected enough information to make a WFC, and have read on message boards of people trying it, and getting surprising results. But I have been unable to find ANY experimental information whatsoever. What I find strange about that is, WFC, DOES produce hydrogen, and oxygen, from water, using high voltage(KV range), low current(mA range). Using no electrolyte. The water, that produces the H,O gasses, is a dielectric in a capacitor("water capacitor"), which is in series with a inductor, and a high voltage pulse is applied to the citcuit, which (may) require a certain frequency(of said pulse) which causes the circuit to be in resonance(correct me if you know that I am wrong about the resonance). The two oppositely charged capacitor plates seperate the H, and O, and release the gas. And this technology does produce H,O gas. All of what I just said I believe to be fact, exept where I specified. And it seems to be at least comparable to standard electrolysis in efficiency. OK, now lets get one thing straight, I am not claiming that WFC is over-unity. NOW, Im gonna go out on a limb here and say that, WFC is quite a bit different from electrolosys, and I would not classify it as electrolosys. Correct me if I am wrong. SO, lets get to the point. In my research, I looked at many different, scientific, websites about all of the different methods of PRODUCING H,O GAS FROM WATER, and none of them have any information about this type of technology. They list many different technologies. Nowhere have I heard of a type of ELECTROLYSIS that resembles this technology. Where is the information? Has anyone ever read of any REAL research on this technology? Shouldn't this technology have been researched FOR APPLICATIONS IN THE HYDROGEN PRODUCTION INDUSTRY, EVEN IF IT IS NOT OVER-UNITY? Has WFC been researched and found to be NOT even worth mentioning in the hydrogen production industry? Has anyone ever compared WFC and electrolysis?
Now Im not trying to suggest that there is some kind of conspiracy or anything. I just find it strange.
Does anybody have ANY comments?
Heres a few links:
Meyers patent: http://www.rexresearch.com/meyerhy/meyerhy.htm
(USP # 4,936,961)
Message board experiment report:
**This is really good**
Usenet discussions(experiment report):
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