First and foremost I give God all the credit as Job 38:22-23 was written way before my time and God seems to always find a way to communicate to me through my dreams. Plus I ask him to do this as I felt it was something I could do for the Lord.
Looking back now it’s hard to believe I made it to a clear understanding of just how Meyer made use of water as a source of fuel. For me things have always been different as I started off with a memory of hearing someone had ran their car on water that I had tucked away in my mind to be gotten too later while I severed in the military.
Being a dreamer but someone that like learned when a job was to be done it’s best to give it your all as after all it will be your name on the work I set very high standards for myself and took a lot of pride in my work. Serving our country as a diesel mechanic in the Marines and later in life in the Army I picked up some good work habits, mostly from the Marines singing songs as we ran, “You got to take pride in your stride.” I learn to do my best when doing a job and not just doing what it takes just to get by.
Working on solving Meyer’s technology I was no different as I would use the best methods to try and solve this technology. Early on I would listen to a lot of people telling how they thought this technology worked, but more than just listening to them I would perform experiments on just what it was they were saying. The notion of a, “Catastrophic Dielectric Failure,” turned out to be all wrong as when really reading the patents I saw that Meyer did everything he could to preserve the properties of water as these properties, I learned later on, were being used to aid in ionizing the atoms that make up the water molecules.
But in order to gain a full understanding I had come to an end pass as I just didn’t have enough science under my belt to understand everything full, so in the summer of 2006 I took my old but back to college. This time I pick up the skills I needed to get the to get the job done as I was out of the girl chasing game being a Married man now. I can remember those instructors that made the biggest impact on my life in setting me back on the right track by directly challenging me to do my best or stop wasting their time. One of my instructors kinda pulled me to the side one day and said, “Edward, I don’t think your going to make it you should just quit.” Well, now this really got under my skin as how dare someone tell me what I can and can’t do. Needless to say I didn’t quit the class and got a B+ in the subject. He also gave me valuable information about time with one of his saying, “It matter not how long it will take you to complete a subject but where will you be when that time comes around.” With that being said I realized that my perception of time was all wrong as we can’t control time but we can control what we choose to do with that time. These words of wisdom stuck with me while going through college being older than some of my instructors. These good impressions on me made it so I would actually listen to my instructors and if they recommended me to take a course I would jump on it the very next semester most of the time. I was done with college in 2009 and then set off on truly giving the mysteries of this technology a try.
In 2008 I had reached an end pass and basically gave up on trying to figure out how Meyer broke the bonds of the water molecule with so little power input. But I didn’t quit, I simply jumped off of, what I called, “The HHO Bandwagon” as I could see that everyone was going around in circles, myself included. So I started looking at other parts of Stanley Meyer’s technology and through a process of seeing what changed and what remained the same when comparing the gaseous injection system to the direct water injection system I saw that the Gas Processor remained a part of both system so logically it must be important, was my thinking. So I set out to figure out just what that device was doing but leaving the hho bandwagon made some people upset at me as they really didn’t like it when I told them that everyone was going around in circle with their research.