Stanley Meyer’s Water Fuel Cell Saga | 265

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Stanley Meyer, the man who claimed to have built a car that ran on water. Hydrogen specifically, but through his inventions and patents, he claimed to be able to do what no one before or since has been able to do (even with his own designs). He stated the government was interested in his invention and it would radically change the world. Then his untimely death in 1998 at just 57 years of age while yelling “they poisoned me” made headlines around the world. Did Stanley really create a working water fuel cell? Was he silenced by Big Oil? Why did my father watch Hee-Haw? We take a crack at answering at least 2 of those questions with the aid of David Flora of Blurry Photos fame this week on Hysteria 51

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Water Fuel Cell | Stanley A. Meyer

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