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--- Quote from: X-Blade on January 05, 2019, 16:17:49 pm ---Steve, Andrija Puharich method is A.C. current, but it is not simple tune to the resonance.
LC resonance is used to make use of optimal power transfer, not to do a magic.

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Thats one way to look at it as Puharich does explain the polarization process.
Puharich actually used a.m. current.

AM is a dynamic pulse of the same frequency, is it.
The radiowave sinewave has a specific frequency, but the top and bottum change in highed.
Just like an broken alternator can produce if you would modulate the rotor coil....

I always have been a fan of sinewaves because whole mother natur excists out of it....
In that perspective....
See what a wipe does when you hit with it.
Maybe we have to hit the watermolecules hard with the righ wipe

So, now the million dollar question.
Is a big cell easier to get into some kind of ac resonance or a small cell?
Both Meyer and Puharich used sparkplug size cells.....
So maybe...

Ok Steve and all
First decide if you are going to use a tube open cell with one or more tubes
Are you going to have two tubes or tubes with a rods?

Or a plate open cell as above with plates in pairs instead of tubes

Or what is known as cell stack, this has a number of stacked plates and most time with spacers.
With these the electrolyte whatever you use flows through the whole cell stack.
It can be pumped through or use convection.

There are the formats that I know and I have tried them all
There is another is completely different a special one of my own.
It is an open cell but the electrodes are of expanded metal
One is SS and the other is coated or plated palladium is one that could be used.
Then they are connected SS the negative and the plated the positive
This is the first time that I have let on about this type to any one and it has never been on open source.
and again one circuit that can be used in many ways
The circulating currents are calculated by V/R when at resonance  DC Reistance
I will see if I can give you an example

Thanks Brian.

I ll guess i will try two cells to see what will happen. a small one and later a bigger one.
Do you have any idea in which range and size the resonant coil should be?



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