Water Fuel Secrets documents my research, theories, and experiments into using water as a fuel. The conclusion I have come to is that virtually everyone has it wrong. So many self-proclaimed “experts” say they figured out what Stan Meyer did but to date they have all failed.
Stan Meyer is a man who ran a car using only water as a source of fuel, but what was he really doing? There are so many people that are looking for the magical answer by trying to produce ridiculous amounts of hydrogen gas by electrolyzing water with all kinds of magical circuits and to date, but that doesn’t have anything to do with what Stan Meyer was doing.
Here is my friend and mentor sitting in Stan Meyer’s buggy – so perhaps we might just know a little bit more than all these “experts” who claim to have figured it out, yet they appear to have never even studied what Stan Meyer was telling them to begin with?
Here is the principle in a nutshell. If you use electrolyzed water gas as a fuel and if you somehow managed to create enough to power an engine, that fuel simply detonates at a high speed and at a high temperature. That is bad for an engine because the hydrogen doesn’t actually combust in order to give you its thermal energy in a form of expansion that pushes the piston down.
When hydrogen is detonated, it simply explodes really quick but then it combines with oxygen and turns back into water shrinking to roughly 1/1600th the volume that it was. Therefore, the implosion will negate any of the explosion so what’s the deal?
To make a long story short, NITROGEN is the key. And let me tell you that when myself and a few others revealed this fact, the fake experts out there claiming to have it all figured out simply went ballistic. How dare we come along and expose their nonsense and fraud?
Nitrogen is a gas that makes up 78% of our atmosphere. Nitrogen molecules have a triple electron bond between then, which is just about the strongest normal molecular bond in nature. Therefore, under normal circumstances, it takes a lot of energy to break this bond in order to create ammonia, etc.
If you ionize nitrogen – create atomic nitrogen so that it is very positively charged and mix it with the air fuel mixture of water gas and ambient air, when the hydrogen ignites, it will bond to the nitrogen preferably instead of oxygen and this PREVENTS the formation of the water molecule. That allows the hydrogen to combust instead of detonate, which will cause an implosion.
That produces some NH3, which is ammonia but it also produces some N2O, which is nitrous oxide… a dense hydrogen carrier and an oxidizer. When that is created, it is recycled back to the front over and over and that is what Stan Meyer was doing.
Sir Humphry Davy in 1907 found that nitrogen will bond to electrolytic hydrogen in the presence of water when normal hydrogen won’t. That is part of the secret.
If you can get the hydrogen to combust, you get the thermal energy out of it, which will allow it to expand slower and that is a suitable fuel to burn in an internal combustion engine.
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