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Directory:Eric W. Hansen
Directory of technologies and resources pertaining to inventor and experimenter, Eric W. Hansen.
Eric Hansen, amateur physicist sci fi lover, and ex career mechanic.
Heroes include Michio Kaku, Nassim Harramein, Steven Hawking, Stan Meyers, and Fred Wells! Born in the Frisco Bay area, grew up mostly in Florida though, was heavy into ROTC, and computers, was an old ATS mainframe system operator full time during my senior year; and held several technical jobs such as repairing medical equipment, like oxygen concentrators. Also drove heavy equipment from time to time... Getting bored easily, I shifted my attention to auto mechanics after moving to Ohio, where I obtained ASE certification as well as Ohio State certification in auto mechanics. I've worked auto salvage, as well as GM dealership experience, and managed an instant oil change business for a short time; but I must also mention running a 28,000 chicken research farm, before getting into homebuilding in Ohio, and Maui, where I was shortly promoted to foreman on the job before becoming a technical troubleshooter for a prestigious builder who serves the rich and famous. I also served as foreman for a Lindal cedar home building company for a while... Drove Taxi... I get bored career wise easily..lol I eventually ended up moving to the Big Island, and after a couple of years of surveying old jungleized lots, I got back into building a few homes, and doing various remodeling and repair work from time to time, but I mostly work at home now growing Orchids, Working on classic cars, and pondering the infinite universe... and how we can preserve our part of it!
Key Projects of Interest
Please come join my Study Group http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/ResonanceElectrolysis
In the News
- Feature: Water > as Fuel > Hydroxy > Freddy's Cell >
Eric Hansen's Water Fuel Hydroxy Manifesto - Career mechanic, Eric W. Hansen, reveals his understanding of the hydroxy (HHO) technology, explaining how to use Frederick Well's plans to run an engine on nothing but water through resonance of the electrolysis cell chambers, as well as how to adjust the tuning of the engine to handle the 135 octane hydroxy gas. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; June 15, 2011)
Eric W. Hansen
Mountain View, Hawaii