Phillipino Inventor Daniel Dingel Demos Water Fueled Car
From Ken Adachi <Editor@educate-yourself.org>
April 27, 2006
Forward courtesy of Michael Heleus <firstname.lastname@example.org>
While watching TV about 3 years ago, I caught a brief 2 minute news segment on Channel 5 News out of Los Angeles which described a Philippino inventor who was demonstrating a car that ran on water. They never revealed his name, but just showed the car driving along the road in the Philippines. The segment I saw was not repeated at a later broadcast from the same station, and so I was always curious about who that guy was. Apparently he was Daniel Dingel.
Michael Heleus just sent me a link to a short video showing Daniel demonstrating and talking about his hydrogen powered car which is getting the hydrogen by breaking down ordinary tap water.
He mentions that his electrolysis process draws very little current, so that tells me that the frequency he's using to break down the water is close to the resonant frequency of water. I believe Stanley Meyer was using a frequency somewhere in the 44 KHz range (note: it may have been 44 Megahertz, but I think kilohertz is correct).
Stanley Meyer's design was at the production stage when he was murdered in March of 1998 while eating at a restaurant in Ohio where he was celebrating the opening of his new research and production facility (he was poisoned). He had planned on selling kits that could be retrofitted to existing cars (of the 1998 era) for about $1,000 per kit. Stanley accomplished far more than merely breaking water down into hydrogen and oxygen.
He stressed the water molecule to such a degree that he opened an energy aperture in the ether which allowed free energy to pour into his system. He had much more energy than he knew what to with. He had to design a governor system so he could throttle back the energy coming in from the water to match the burn rate of gasoline, otherwise the car would have taken off like a rocket.
Besides running a car, he could get unlimited electricity from his stressed water molecule as well.
He said in his lecture that a gallon of water holds enough energy potential to power the entire city of New York for a month!
You can view Daniel's video by clicking the link below:
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