Saturday, May 23, 2009
The Orion Project has recently released the following information:
The project to acquire the Stan Meyer technical legacy is moving forward. Stan was perhaps the foremost inventor working with water-fuel technologies. From the 1980's forward he was widely publicized for being able to run an automobile using only water as fuel. He achieved this by first fractionating the water into a mix of hydrogen and oxygen gas and then feeding this to the engine.
In 1998 Stan died suddenly, his work cut short. While many have tried to follow in Stan's footsteps, none have been able to reproduce his extraordinary results. For ten years it appeared his work was lost.
WHAT HAS HAPPENED...
1.In late 2007, The Orion Project was contacted. We were told that much of Stan's original lab equipment, notebooks, computer records, and his infamous dune buggy had been held in storage.
2.In January 2008, Dr. Ted Loder went for a whirlwind visit to confirm that Stan's "stuff" had apparently been held in storage for over a decade. Yes, indeed it had!
3.For the next 11 months TOP was in a competitive bidding process with interested parties from around the world. TOP also validated that the current owners of the technology were the legal, rightful heirs to the property.
4.In December, 2008 TOP ultimately succeeded in offering the winning bid to acquire Stan's technology.
5.Since that time several colleagues who worked with Stan also found us. Some warned that within hours of Stan's death, the most vital technical information had been “sanitized” – permanently confiscated and removed.
During all this time, the technology was held in secure storage in an undisclosed location.
6.TOP has just arranged for a detailed assessment visit to review and evaluate the integrity of Stan's technology. We have assembled a team of Stan's former colleagues who worked directly with him over the years. Within the next 60 days, our team will make a 3-day visit to examine Stan's notes, lab equipment, computer records, and the dune buggy itself. Our mission for this trip is to determine if this important body of work remains intact or not.
a.If so, TOP will complete legal steps to finalize the agreement and move the items to a safe storage area.
b.If his technology has been “sanitized” – as validated by knowledgeable colleagues who worked directly with Stan – this represents an intentional act to suppress vitally important technology that could transform our world for the better. In either case, important news will emerge from this visit.
7.If our team determines the technology is intact and we take possession of it, immediately then, our two primary objectives will be:
a.Assemble a team of competent researchers skilled enough to work with the sophisticated technology Stan had developed. Stan's technology has potential to power automobiles on water as the only fuel. Additionally, it might be applied for free-standing power generators, or many other applications to replace carbon based fuels. It involved very sophisticated electronics and mechanical systems.
b.Raise further funds to carry out this critically important research: Because “Brown's Gas” ( the fuel mixture that Stan's technology creates ) is highly explosive, a proper lab facility must be created to even begin the work. A proper staff must also be assembled and employed. Of course, all this takes funds.
So, our next step is to visit Stan's technology with a skilled team and assess its integrity. We will issue a follow-up report following this visit.