Richard D Hall runs through what is known about Stan Myers’s device which used water to create hydrogen and oxygen, and thereby more energy than he used to split the water. The US military showed interest in his invention, and he obtained patents for his water fuel cell. He was later poisoned in a restaurant. Stan Myers was self taught.
He deliberately filed his invention with the Patent Office incomplete.
Richard runs over other free energy devices that have been invented, and mentions the ineffectiveness of groups set up to discover or rediscover the methods that could be successful in achieving ‘over unity’ devices. He proposes a way to proceed with his colleague Andrew Johnson.