Stanley Meyers Water Car

by Jimboot on May 24, 2012

If you are a tinkerer with engines (I’m not) and have been plying with HHO or the Stanley Meyers patents you maybe interested in this latest video from my mate Russ Gries. He has obtained the original drawings of the water injectors.
Enjoy!

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I came across this video the other night from Youtube user Gotoluc. He takes a coil with a laminated steel core then applies a charge. As you would expect he gets the sort of result you would see in any solenoid. Then he takes some Neo magnets and uses them with their poles facing and the result is fascinating.

Of course I had to have a go myself as I found it fascinating. In the first vid I run through my setup and an initial test.

In the second vid below I’m levitating a Rodin coil to the height of 225mm or 9 inches. I’m running on 12 watts I’m guessing but have not yet measured amps. I’ll be weighing the coil over the weekend.

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Netflix Australia AppleTV setup

February 1, 2012

With all the recent attacks on the Internet by the corporate copyright holders I thought I would setup Netflix on my Apple TV. Although Netflix has been available in the US for years, no such service is in Australia. Netflix is, amongst other things, a video streaming service. A bit like having your local video [...]

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Alternate Energy Sources

June 30, 2011

I haven’t updated here for a while because I have been flat out with work but I thought I’d give you an overview of some of the alternate energy developments that have caught my eye recently. There’s some pretty exciting stuff going on. Overunity Over the last 18 months I have been building pulse motors  [...]

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Carbon tax 4 questions.

March 8, 2011

So our current federal Government wants to introduce a carbon tax so we can reduce CO2 and thus reduce “global warming” So much of this debate seems to be about what side of politics you’re on. For the record I’m on neither. I like to think my personal principles override that of any politician i [...]

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The Internet & free markets.

January 20, 2011

Ooops.  Mark Pesce thinks I smoke crack. If you don’t know Mark he is a very smart bloke. Someone whom I respect and really enjoy hearing what he has to say and following him on Twitter. Doesn’t mean I agree with him on everything though. It all started by me responding to a link he [...]

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Ice Age coming? Deleted from NASA

January 18, 2011

I tweeted about this article on the 15/12/2010. It was here on the NASA site but that page is now gone and it is no longer in the Google index. Oddly though it is still being linked to within the NASA site itself here http://science.nasa.gov/missions/acrimsat/big-questions/. I think NASA need a better CMS if they intend [...]

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Twitter subpoenaed, Facebook & Google too?

January 11, 2011

I wrote an article last year about the proposed Australian Internet filter called, Facebook Google & Twitter say goodbye. Some at the time said that a Government would never use a filter to block services like those.  Then Wikileaks began the release of 250,000 US diplomatic cables. Wikileaks was basically performing a service that our [...]

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Retail Sales & Google testing redirect warning

January 5, 2011

Happy New Year Rankers For my first vid of 2011, I’m following up on my last story of 2010. Our major Australian retailers are claiming that online retailers are somehow scamming the system by avoiding the GST and thus negatively effecting offline sales. Aussie retailers still bitching & whingeing In the early days of ecommerce [...]

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Retail sales vs online sales.

December 22, 2010

There has been a fair bit of talk recently about the slump this Christmas in Australian retail sales. One of the main protagonists has been Gerry Harvey of the retail chain Harvey Norman. A bit of a war of words has sprung up though, with online retailer Ruslan Kogan. Today I have a look at [...]

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