Excellent video Brian. Thanks for all the screen shots.

Here's some more math:

One Coulomb equals 6.24 X 10 .exp. 18

One mole equals 6.022 X 10 .exp. 23

Therefore, with one electron per molecule, there's roughly 100,000 Coulomb per kg of water, which is one liter. So we need .01 ml of water to get one Coulomb of charge.

But shouldn't you put that coil in a Faraday cage, to rule out an antenna operation, before concluding it's ZPE?

At any rate, the coil produces a biphasic signal. And so will my hairpin capacitor. (Shown in reply #32 on page #5).