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This group is dedicated to replicating and refining the Water Fuel Cell (WFC) originally discovered by Andrija Puharich in the 1970's and 80's and later improved upon by Stan Meyer from the mid 1980's through the late 1990's. (see overview: http://www.alexpetty.com/2010/09/17/water-as-fuel-with-puharich-and-meyer/)

The Water Fuel Cell causes water to disassociate into Oxygen and Hydrogen atoms through a process that is NOT electrolysis. The cell produces the effect using only voltage. A correctly engineered WFC will not allow current to arise. The system therefore requires extremely low power input while producing large amounts of oxyhydrogen gas. This derived gas is an abundantly available and highly combustible clean fuel that may soon be a powerful, viable form of alternative energy.

The discovery of this new technology is too important not to fully characterize and lay out in an easily repeatable blue print.

The specific focus of this group is to provide a community for engineers who have set themselves about the task of understanding, designing, building and improving WFC systems.

Welcome!

Let's work together to achieve the implementation of systems capable of efficient alternative fuel production. Together, we may play a role in nothing less then the ushering in of a new era of human civilization!

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Alex Petty
Group Owner
Yahoo: Meyer_WFC_Replication
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/meyer_wfc_replication

see also my other sites:
www.alexpetty.com (my personal energy research journal)
music.alexpetty.com (my original music site)
singularics.com (my energy startup company)
vortexspace.org (vortex mathematics and physics research community)
resume.alexpetty.com (my resume)

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  • 419
  • Energy
  • Aug 11, 2008
  • English

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