The Old Way to Break the Bonds of the Water Molecules

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The Old Way to Break the Bonds of the Water Molecules

Photosystems are arrangements of chlorophyll and other pigments packed into thylakoids. Many Prokaryotes have only one photosystem, Photosystem II (so numbered because, while it was most likely the first to evolve, it was the second one discovered). Eukaryotes have Photosystem II plus Photosystem I. Photosystem I uses chlorophyll a, in the form referred to as P700. Photosystem II uses a form of chlorophyll a known as P680. Both “active” forms of chlorophyll a function in photosynthesis due to their association with proteins in the thylakoid membrane.

Action of a photosystem. This image is from the University of Minnesota page at

Photophosphorylation is the process of converting energy from a light-excited electron into the pyrophosphate bond of an ADP molecule. This occurs when the electrons from water are excited by the light in the presence of P680. The energy transfer is similar to the chemiosmotic electron transport occurring in the mitochondria. Light energy causes the removal of an electron from a molecule of P680 that is part of Photosystem II. The P680 requires an electron, which is taken from a water molecule, breaking the water into H+ ions and O-2 ions. These O-2 ions combine to form the diatomic O2 that is released. The electron is “boosted” to a higher energy state and attached to a primary electron acceptor, which begins a series of redox reactions, passing the electron through a series of electron carriers, eventually attaching it to a molecule in Photosystem I. Light acts on a molecule of P700 in Photosystem I, causing an electron to be “boosted” to a still higher potential. The electron is attached to a different primary electron acceptor (that is a different molecule from the one associated with Photosystem II). The electron is passed again through a series of redox reactions, eventually being attached to NADP+ and H+ to form NADPH, an energy carrier needed in the Light Independent Reaction. The electron from Photosystem II replaces the excited electron in the P700 molecule. There is thus a continuous flow of electrons from water to NADPH. This energy is used in Carbon Fixation. Cyclic Electron Flow occurs in some eukaryotes and primitive photosynthetic bacteria. No NADPH is produced, only ATP. This occurs when cells may require additional ATP, or when there is no NADP+ to reduce to NADPH. In Photosystem II, the pumping to H ions into the thylakoid and the conversion of ADP + P into ATP is driven by electron gradients established in the thylakoid membrane.

Noncyclic photophosphorylation (top) and cyclic photophosphorylation (bottom). These processes are better known as the light reactions. Images from Purves et al., Life: The Science of Biology, 4th Edition, by Sinauer Associates ( and WH Freeman (, used with permission.

This article is to let all that read it know the real science behind this technology so that you can sleep well at night knowing that Meyer was not a fraud.

{The P680 requires an electron, which is taken from a water molecule, breaking the water into H+ ions and O-2 ions.} This is the old way to break the bonds of the water molecules developed by God.

So the old way to break the bonds of the water molecules is by way of

[B]Electron Excitation and Electron Extraction[/B]. This is how God does things with his many designs seen in all of the plants he created to sustain life on this planet.

Now that the connection of how to break the bonds of the water molecules outside of Dr. Faraday’s “new” electrolysis method has been established you can start to understand these types of technologies that are geared to break the bonds of the water molecules in similar ways to that of a plant. So, with this information anyone saying that Meyer was a fraud is just being foolish or being paid to do so in my book.
With electrical ionization the electrons are ejected from their parent atoms, but as you all have seen over the years it is not easy to place a high voltage potential difference directly onto a water bath as is required to do so if you want to get at the electrons within the atoms that make up the water molecules. This is where the transformer comes in handy as seen used by many that have figured out how to make use of water as a source of fuel.


What makes me different from all the rest should be clear now as I didn’t go after replication directly as many others did, but instead went after the science that drives it. Now I have a complete picture of what needs to be done and have been proceeding down these lines ever since. I have had some limited success but not able to fully reach the threshold for ionization just yet or that is to say sustain it for long periods of time. But I build to learn and learn to build and the future looks good.

The scientific method is just a tool and it would be wise of everyone to make at least of some limited use of it to further your work and understanding of this technology.



Other physical tools you will need to get the job done are:

  1. Oscilloscope
  2. Differential Probes
  3. Accurate Current reading devices
  4. L/C/R meter
  5. Computer and a 3D modeling program
  6. Machining tools capable of +/- 0.0005″ or a shop that can do this for you
  7. Some means to wind and count the number turns of a transformer
  8. Soldering iron
  9. Pulsing circuit
  10. Good variable DC power supply from 0-120 or more as I use 0-200

Now in addition you will need to a good understanding of the periodic table of the elements, chemistry, some physics, and some graphical design & machine shop schooling. And it really helps of you understand electronics and circuit design also.

So now lets look at Meyer’s work to see if it satisfies the requirements to break the bonds of the water molecules by way of electron excitation and electron extraction.


Looks like it does to me as it is placing a high voltage potential difference on the plates and gives a place for freed electrons to go to make heat energy that is in a complete circuit pathway that includes water as part of the circuit in the form of resistance. So yes it does satisfy the requirements to break the bonds of the water molecules in a similar fashion as a plant has shown us it uses to break the bonds of the water molecules.

This is the science behind the magic. It’s not easy and can be very complexed when it comes to designing things so they work their best or just correctly.

So in summary we learned that the goal is to excite the electrons and then take them away from the water molecules so that the water molecules will be broken down.  Now we ask questions how many ways do we know how to excite electrons? to further the work. It is a complex technology unlike Dr. Faraday’s electrolysis method as this technology requires a lot of precision and high tolerances. If you don’t have the tools to do the job then stop and get them as you can’t do this without them. Things must be done correctly or it simply will not work. The goal in short is to ionized the atoms that make up the water molecules to the point where the atoms eject the electrons thus satisfying the old way God set in motion towards breaking the bonds of the water molecules.

Take care and I hope this article really sheds some light on the real science behind Meyer’s technology.

God Bless,

Edward Mitchell

Remember to give God the Glory in all things  😛

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