Pursuit of Meyer's Dream
When it comes to splitting water in to
with the intent to use it as fuel, the key is efficiency. Stanley Meyer
was convinced that the true path involved a resonance process, very
similar to a coil/capacitor resonant tank circuit, used quite commonly
In our attempts to follow in his footsteps, a bench
sized pulse width modulator is just as vital for the
researcher/prototyper/tester as the oscilloscope. More so, the PWM
should have its pulse width controls set to play with either side of a
perfect 50:50 duty cycle.
Common 555 timers aren't a good choice. Yet, they
pervade the public design contributions nearly across the board. I have
created a much better tool.
your 50-50 Box
Here are two videos that I produced to explain what
Meyer had in
mind regarding resonance:
I wish you success in all of your cleaner, greener
fuel development goals.