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beenthere via allaboutcircuits.com

So - who is this Stanley Meyer? If you don't know, you are among the fortunate majority. If you do, you may not yet realize how much of a scam artist he was. This would be quite unfortunate, as you may have paid money and/or invested time trying to m

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Bruce Simpson via Aardvark Daily

Stanley Meyer was a scammer who claimed he'd been able to split water into hydrogen and oxygen with such efficiency that he could run an internal combustion engine (ICE) on nothing but water.

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panacea-bocaf.org

Stanley Meyer’s hydrogen on demand technology Free energy technology has been suppressed due to the alledged murder of the inventor and as a result of the inventor's business incompetence. This technology is not the first water car which was working

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WATERpoweredcar.com

Stan Meyer's Dune Buggy that ran on water. Hydrogen/Oxygen fuel in an ICE motor. On board electrolysis, no hydrogen tanks, no bombs on-board, just water. (1998) It ran 100 miles per gallon! The 2nd best inventor of the Century, besides Tesla, who was

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rexresearch.com

Eye-witness accounts suggest that US inventor Stanley Meyer has developed an electric cell which will split ordinary tap water into hydrogen and oxygen with far less energy than that required by a normal electrolytic cell.

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waterfuelcell.org

Meyer has demonstrated his fuel cell device before Professor Michael Laughton, Dean of Engineering at Mary College, London, Admiral Sir Anthony Griffin, a former controller of the British Navy, and Dr Keith Hindley, a UK research chemist. According t

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upi

FARNBOROUGH, England, July 17 (UPI) -- An unmanned solar-powered plane has set a record by remaining aloft for seven straight days, flying day and night, its designers say. The "Zephyr" drone, developed by British defense technology company Qinet

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Aaron Rowe via WIRED

Congratulations! You're going to spend the weekend kayaking down a river. One problem: The roof rack of your Mini Cooper isn't big enough to hold a tricycle, let alone a full-sized waterborne vessel. Try an inflatable model instead.

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