Murdered For Challenging Big Oil
(updated by popular demand)
Challenging Big Oil
Stan Meyers invented a way to run cars on water only by splitting water into
oxygen and hydrogen using a similar process to electrolysis.
He was murdered for his ideas and all his research lost.
Stanley's life was terminated because he developed the technology to run cars (and planes) on water, but made the unfortunate mistake of believing that the government was his friend.*Water Powered Cars
Dennis Lee and Stanley Meyers drove a water-fuel-cell powered car California to New York burning only the hydrogen in 28 gallons of water using Stanley's super productive hydrogen separator.
*Stan Meyer's Water Powered Dune Buggy
*Water Engine: plans, video, politics
Meyers was snared in the government fish net and sworn to secrecy for the "safety of national security". Dennis tried to convince Stanley that the government (or shadow government) wasn't his friend, but Stanley trusted them anyway.
After the "Gov" pretended to support his research by building for him an institute for the research of water power technology, Stanley was poisoned and died at the institute dinner commemoration event.
He apparently found the resonance frequency of water and tuned his electrolyzer with an oscillator to that frequency, vastly boosting the efficiency of the device, and making it an actually viable source of fuel, since you don't have to put so much more energy into it than you're getting out of it.
No, this is not a free energy system, since energy from water is actually consumed, and water must be refilled, but the vastly more combustible gas produced nets much greater mpg of water than any means of burning gasoline.
Unfortunately, Mr. Meyer is no longer around to tell us about his invention - let alone sell us his proposed DIY kit for $1,500 - because he was poisoned.
His brother, however, has continued his research to the best of his ability and posted Stan's notes and patent info. Stan was not a trained scientist or engineer, so his notes use terms not accepted by the scientific or engineering community,
So much for why you never heard of Stanley Meyers. If your government had your best interests in mind, Stanley Meyers might have been a household name by now, and you wouldn't be fretting about how much gasoline is costing.
These technologies are the biggest threat there is to the Petrochemical industry and as a result are all suppressed. There have been many people to come forth with these types of inventions. To my knowledge either the inventor is bought out or mysteriously dies without exception.
So what is happening with Stan's Great Invention of the 20th Century? Absolutely nothing. Are they manufacturing his invention? NO, Because it would solve all the world's problems today.
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