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Tesla hairpin circuit , plan B
« on: June 29, 2009, 12:50:29 pm »
The tesla hairpin circuit seems like a good plan B . Its simple , it works it "may" be OU . Seems likes a good way to generate electricity . In my perfect world , the grid would work with cold tesla energy and the cars would run on water .

While I still think Meyers can be cracked ( I think I'm the one whos gonna crack him ) , he is certainly a tough nut to crack . If I have a safety net to fall back on , I can work on Meyers without being so stressed and just go all out .

Its good to re-evaluate sometimes and see what other possibilities open up .

But I am not giving up Meyers , especially not before I investigate the Stephen Meyers side of the equation with the impedance matching and the gas destabilisation .

I will however be making a nice simple tesla hairpin for my educationnal purposes . Will be studying more HV safety procedures and exploring the hairpin .