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Stanley Meyer’s Invention – Something For Nothing?

Published on August 27, 2012 By Dave Davies

This post is an explanation of how the first Law of Thermodynamics, an expression of The Law of the Conservation of Energy, permits over-unity in Stanley Meyer’s hydrogen generation process. Stanley Meyer’s patents resulted in output energy as much as ten times over input energy. In other words, the process he invented, took distilled water, […]

Thoughts on The Law of The Conservation of Energy

Published on March 24, 2011 By Dave Davies

I work with methods to generate Brown’s Gas and to harness it’s incredible energy potential in the most efficient manner possible. Since I began this research in 2006 (with a ton of reading prior) I’ve heard many vociferous comments like “dude, what you’re trying to do is impossible…haven’t you heard about the Law of The […]