Joe Cell Stretches the Believability Envelope with Working Replications
Date: Sunday, April 16, 2006 @ 13:01:08 GMT
Explanation of the highly unusual technology and some of the astonishing claims surrounding it. This fuelless technology could make gasoline and diesel obsolete, while not requiring a change of the engine infrastructure now in existence.
by Sterling D. Allan, with Peter Stevens
Pure Energy Systems News
...Imagine a device about five inches in diameter by ten inches long, with a tube running from it to a bolt on your engine. Your engine is running, but your fuel line is disconnected. Not only does the motor run, but it has far more power than it did when running on gasoline or diesel. And somehow the car responds to the accelerator, even though the fuel line is disconnected. That and other seemingly cognitive attributes of a Joe cell have spurred people to call it a "living cell."
Weird; very weird -- and exciting.
This device, which makes fueling up obsolete, can be built for less than $100 in parts.
According to some proponents, electricity is what is being conveyed here. Others have experimented with the vapour. And others refer to it as a function of frequencies. Others invoke the living energy called Orgone, discovered and named by Wilhelm Reich in the mid-twentieth century.
The extreme shift of thinking required drives some people to the head-in-the-sand, preserve-my-comfortable-conformity statement: "If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is."
Yet the number of people claiming to have achieved success with this phenomenon is growing. And the instructions of how to do so are becoming more clear, spawning yet more success...
Guidelines for Successful Operation
Peter Stevens, an Australian, has spent about fourteen years pursuing this technology. He installed a Joe cell on his Ford Econovan, with a modified V6 GMH engine. He helped Bill Williams (U.S.) get his truck running on a Joe Cell. Stevens is more than happy to help anyone figure out how to make their Joe cell work, and is glad to share what he knows with the world via the propagation made possible by the Internet.
The Joe Cell basically consists of several equally-spaced, concentric stainless steel cylinders, with water between them. Stevens recommends 3-1-6L, non-magnetic stainless steel. The number of cylinders and particular diameter and length of the cylinders do not seem to be crucial, though the ratios and proportionate spacing may be...
Read the whole article here: http://pesn.com/2006/04/16/9600261_Joe_Cell_instructions/