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Re: Ultrasonic Nebulizer Array 3000mL per hour Cold Fog Generator WATER BURNS
« Reply #16 on: November 26, 2009, 17:49:49 pm »
very cool channel .

Yep , the Meyers stuff is ultrasonic alrite . His cell was a resonating sonic transducer , a keely type device .

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Re: Ultrasonic Nebulizer Array 3000mL per hour Cold Fog Generator WATER BURNS
« Reply #17 on: November 26, 2009, 17:57:05 pm »
If it's in the audio range, then how is it ultrasonic?

Ultrasonic would be above 20,000 Hz, which Stan says specifically "isn't going to do you any good" because the action is really when you hit it with the voltage during resonance, the water just falls apart. - NZ Video

It may have "sonic" effects, but not "ultrasonic" effects

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« Reply #18 on: November 26, 2009, 18:11:42 pm »
If it's in the audio range, then how is it ultrasonic?

Ultrasonic would be above 20,000 Hz, which Stan says specifically "isn't going to do you any good" because the action is really when you hit it with the voltage during resonance, the water just falls apart. - NZ Video

It may have "sonic" effects, but not "ultrasonic" effects

Who cares what Stan said , he cant explain things correctly . His brother did a better job @ explaining , he compares the element to a tuning fork hit by a hammer , the hammer being the signal @ the correct frequency


Its ultrasonic/subsonic  but pulsed by low frequencies . Puharich talks of 18 Ghz sound waves and a pure tone coming out of his cell @ 600 hz .


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Re: Ultrasonic Nebulizer Array 3000mL per hour Cold Fog Generator WATER BURNS
« Reply #19 on: November 30, 2009, 05:20:37 am »
I'm thinkin the tubes need to be turned down kind of thin to make them ring right. Or at least in the correct freq.

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Re: Ultrasonic Nebulizer Array 3000mL per hour Cold Fog Generator WATER BURNS
« Reply #21 on: November 30, 2009, 11:49:46 am »
If it's in the audio range, then how is it ultrasonic?

Ultrasonic would be above 20,000 Hz, which Stan says specifically "isn't going to do you any good" because the action is really when you hit it with the voltage during resonance, the water just falls apart. - NZ Video

It may have "sonic" effects, but not "ultrasonic" effects

Who cares what Stan said , he cant explain things correctly . His brother did a better job @ explaining , he compares the element to a tuning fork hit by a hammer , the hammer being the signal @ the correct frequency


Its ultrasonic/subsonic  but pulsed by low frequencies . Puharich talks of 18 Ghz sound waves and a pure tone coming out of his cell @ 600 hz .


The spikes in his system look like plasma discharge oscillations, formed after breakdown, making the water fully conductive.

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Re: Ultrasonic Nebulizer Array 3000mL per hour Cold Fog Generator WATER BURNS
« Reply #22 on: November 30, 2009, 12:18:12 pm »
So does this make sense to anyone here?

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Re: Ultrasonic Nebulizer Array 3000mL per hour Cold Fog Generator WATER BURNS
« Reply #23 on: November 30, 2009, 13:06:32 pm »
you dont think maybe with the idea of building parasitic capacitance in a balanced load that   allows water to polarize and thhat since there is balance it will allow water to act on its own frequency?  like if waters freq is in the gigahertz would there not be harmonic low frequencys  that u can generate the main capacitive charge at?