Nice 2 cents, Stevie.
As far as patents go, there are cart loads out there that are just ideas, some more fantastical than others, so the patent thing is all a bit mysterious to me. However, it seems pretty pointless (if you do have something that really works) not to patent the actual working device. I mean, if you provide false details, this surely gives you little or no protection over the real world working device. So why bother patenting in the first place? I do find it all a little suspicious, to say the least.
I know I always harp on about Meyer's technical brief being so much gobbledegook, but I also always say that I'm not averse to the idea of a WFC in principle. I think it is better to look at ways of achieving what you think needs to be done rather than trying to replicate anything specific from Meyer's patents.
And if people wonder why I'm always slagging off Meyer's technical brief, then they really should get a copy. In fact we do need to see if we can find a copy somewhere in pdf format so everyone can make their own judgements. I have a hard copy (over 200 A4 pages), but nothing on disk.
Patents have commercial values. You never reveal all details in a patent to protect your findings. I agree with you that that system is a bit weird..
About Meyers tech brief, i have two originals on the shelf here. Different ages. Some differences between them. One with more mambo jambo (religious statements and such) then the other. Stan was adjusting the paper thru the years, which is what i also would do. I scanned both of them. They are available for the ones who want them.
If you look for Horvarth, Andersen and Meyer, then you see what the tricks are to run an IC on water. You also notice that they all did the same. The first had the most practical patents from my point of view.
What most people are doing and what i did previous years where two things.
1. trying to improve electrolysis with modern technology.
2. trying to use HV with low amps, aka the Meyer system.
Now think for a moment.
HV and water don't go well, so improving electrolysis stops somewhere around 150% faraday. (my own experience)
So where do the stories of HV coming from? How did these dudes drove their cars on water in an overunity situation?
Does voltage really perform work?
Voltage works in the known technology of ionization. So, ionize the hydrogen. That process does not consume much power, but doubles at least your hydrogen power, when you use it to go from H2 to H1. Do the math. H2 para hydrogen, H2 ortho hydrogen, H1. Three stages with increasing state of energy. A state that doesn't stay long in that form, btw. Just a 0.3 second.
Quality, not quantities of hydrogen isotopes.
To be very clear for the newbies: i talk about HYDROGEN. Not HHO. Do NOT ionize HHO. Is dangerous. It kills you.
I am not going to tell you that i know it all. I am just busy to translate all bs into normal science, like you, Fara day. Thats what i appreciate in you and thats what makes your posts worth reading.