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EPG Pulsing Coil Proof Meyer Designed Circuits for a Reason

boulder? pulse motors? EPG!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHAT IS COMING IN OCTOBER?
EPG info, EPG work EPG circuits, find it at
A group effort is going on. people from around the world making parts and discussing the EPG. And all things Meyer! real people, real work.

Do you want free energy? what will happen if I did it by myself and tried to post it?????
Here is the idea……….everyone from around the world works on it. No one can stop that.




Stan Meyer told the truth, all we need to do, is figure it all out!
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24 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - November 5, 2013 at 7:18 am

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Where can I get good quality 100% human hair microloop extentions?

What are some websites that are affordable but good quality? I need curly microloop 100% human hair extentions. Color 4/27. I have thin hair so I can’t have bad quality.

I do not recommend them, specially if you’ve got thin, thinning hair, trying to grow hair or Afri-Amer hair.

Example from Jennifer Aniston: "It was about 100 percent humidity, so the frizz factor was through the roof. I brought along Living Proof products with a healthy skepticism. I wore a half-wig on this film, and the girl who was washing the hairpiece wasn’t using my shampoo. So we would go outside and the rest of my hair would be totally tame and perfect, and the top [wig] part — which I called my toupee —would just start to look like pubic hair. It would take on a whole new texture of its own.”

May 22, 2011: Model and businesswoman Katie Price, who was formerly topless model Jordan, is demanding compensation from a top Los Angeles hair salon after she spent $17,000 on hair colourings and extensions that she claims were botched, leaving her hair so damaged it began falling out.

"Hair extensions can cause some damage to your real hair," says Placid Braganza, a design artiste. "Since they are attached using thermal heat, knotting, braiding or gluing, they can hamper hair roots or even break, split or burn hair strands if not done carefully," he adds.

Published 8-10-12: Even supermodels have bad hair days, but from the looks of this recent photo, Naomi Campbell appears to be dealing with something far worse.
A photo of the 42-year-old beauty vacationing in Ibiza earlier this week shows what appears to be a receding hairline.
Florida hair surgeon Dr. Alan Bauman, who has not treated Campbell, said the former supermodel appears to be suffering from traction alopecia — hair loss due to extensions.
“Extensions, weaves, anything artificial hanging on hair — no matter whether you attach it with glue, special magnets, tape — it’s going to cause damage over time,” Bauman told “And unless you give your hair a break from those extensions, it won’t rebound.”

READ: Health Hazards of Hair Extensions – ABC news.

Traction alopecia is hair loss that occurs as a result of continuous pulling of the hair. Pulling may occur from hairstyles such as tight cornrows, plaits or braids with or without extensions, weaves, ponytails or even hair rollers or curlers. Natural hairstyles can also lead to traction alopecia as well. Long heavy locks and tightly coiled twists can lead to traction alopecia. The hair loss associated with traction alopecia typically occurs at the frontal hairline, at the temples or the area of the scalp above the ears. It may also occur at the posterior hairline.
Google: Hair extensions causing young women to lose hair June 6, 2013.
Randee Bank also had problems after using hair extensions. "I still have bald spots. The hair has not grown back," said Bank.

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - September 25, 2013 at 10:34 pm

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Water proof a coil

ethan carter proof a coil

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1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - September 24, 2013 at 11:48 am

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Do you have to distill homemade spirits?

I’m planning on making vodka via the potato method. Do you have to distill it after the fermentation process? Or is that just to give it a stronger proof. I don’t have a still and I don’t wanna buy the stuff to make one. Is it dangerous to skip the distillation process

If you are going to make vodka…then yes…you will have to distill. You are taking a risk if you dont know what you are doing. There are two types of alchohol that stream from making likker. Be sure to keep your temp at 174 and throw away your first few ounces of liquer…it will make you sick. Also be sure you have a complete cooling coil method in place so ya dont blow up the still. Not tryin to scare ya…just hate seeing someone get burnt up over some likker. To get the best likker you want to distill three times to about 180 proof. Then add quality water to cut it down to 100 proof…you will need a hydrometer to get it right on. Keep in mind if you are doing this in the usa …it is a federal offense and i do not suggest in any way anyone attempt to make likker. But good luck…..

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Remove Nitrates SOLID PROOF that a Denitrate coil De nitrate coil works

Remove Nitrates SOLID PROOF that a Denitrate coil De nitrate coil works

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8 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 13, 2013 at 2:51 am

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What is the best way to wire my car audio system?

Here’s my deal: I have an Alpine amplifier leading into a sub, also Alpine. The amp is an Alpine MRP-M500. The sub is an Alpine SWS-12D4. Now I know that with the dual voice coil, there are two possible ways to wire it, in series and in parallel. I also know that parallel wiring causes the load to drop to 2 ohms and the wattage to rise. I currently have the system set up to run from the amp to the sub’s dual voice coils in series and it sounds great, but I’m a little concerned about damaging my system. I am also curious as to whether or not it can sound even better. Is there something I can do to boost the system or did I mismatch the two? If I made a mistake, what should I look into, within the same price ranges?

Rewire the voice coils to present a 2 ohm load to the amplifier. It’s more than capable of handling a 2 ohm load and will deliver the full 500 watts RMS it’s capable of opposed to the ~200 watts you’re currently getting out of it with the voice coils wired in series.

AAMOF, there are some concerns of monoblock amplifiers not operating properly at loads higher than 4 ohms. I’ve never seen any proof of it, but regardless it’s not helping anything, especially in your situation.

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - July 6, 2013 at 5:17 pm

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what are materials that are earthquake proof?

I’m doing a project and we have to make a earthquake proof house what materials should I use?

Ahhh This is a very intricate (complicated) question. Earthquakes "quake" in different frequencies, which means some structures will wobble (jello like), and others will purely crumble.

Technically no material is earthquake proof, but to build a structure such as a house to survive it is possible. You would need a sturdy foundation, by this I mean it may need to be cemented or entirely underground (which will take the majority of the shock). Above this foundation, your actual house must have a shock system (much like coils, or like a suspension system that can accomodate sideways movement). This "suspension" system will absorb the large majority of the Earth’s crust movement, which can shear normal wood beams and steel graters in buildings.

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - June 10, 2013 at 2:34 am

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Faulty coil 11″ xp Goldmaxx power wire

I got this 11″ coil second hand and paid £110 for it. When it arrived it was faulty and i have found a break in the wire! I was told this was working when sent out to me and will not be getting a refund! This is proof the coil is faulty and he even had the cheek to call me a con! i have not even used it as it will not even work.

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How much freon do I need for my home AC?

Currently my pressure is at 60 psi and it should be 70 psi, so how many pounds of freon will this require? Also is hundred dollars for leak proof spray worth it? Thanks

It depends on the (cooling) capacity of your system. A 1.5Ton system will need only about 2 lbs of refrigerant. A 3.5Ton system will need about 6 lbs. I sell R22 for $50/lb. I figure that covers all the overhead it took to get the stuff to your door…….

The only leak "spray" I’m aware of comes in a can resembling a spray can but it is installed in the system with the refrigerant. Its designed to plug those tiny tiny holes that develop in evaporator coils that cannot be welded. Some guys like it, others won’t touch it.
I’ve used it because the customer asked for it. -Its not cheap. $60 for 1 can. -and you only get one shot to install it. If you eff it up thats it.

After you locked down the other question I could no longer put anything else on it. (thanks very much for best answer -I don’t know if it was best, but thanks)
If the guy used a $15 contactor, call him back and tell him to take that one off and get an American unit. The $15 one is a cheapazz Chinese unit. It WILL fail before the summer is good and hot. guaranteed.

-just sayin’…..

4 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - May 13, 2013 at 5:48 pm

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Magnetic Levitation Starship Generator Update!!

Here is a proof of concept for building a simple motor/generator using specially deigned coils. These types of units can be scaled and utilized with more elaborate coil configurations in order to create a stable power output. Each of the neon bulbs being lit by this unit represents 60 volts of energy. This means that we have the ability to light rooms at a time; using this very basic setup.

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25 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - April 23, 2013 at 12:52 am

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