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Re: The frequency of water
« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2009, 23:24:51 pm »
yes Steve ?

I dont see anything , link missing perhaps ?

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Re: The frequency of water
« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2009, 23:46:30 pm »
yes Steve ?

I dont see anything , link missing perhaps ?

I had a link, but the forum doesnt handle url's longer then 143 characters.
I will have a look at that tomorrow.
 
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Re: The frequency of water
« Reply #3 on: December 09, 2009, 02:43:49 am »
ok i beleive this is the answer we are looking for.. we are studying electric which involves the interation of electrons...  aka quantum electrodynamics.. in this pdf is goes into a 9 page description of what i beleive is needed to understand dielectric constants.. 
 
he has a book called
'Fundamental Constants derived from HAROLD ASPDEN, aka
 
'Fundamental Constants derived from Two-Dimensional Harmonic Oscillations in an Electrically-Structured

Vacuum', Speculations in Science and Technology,
 
im looking for it.. printed 1986
 
i beleive this will give us a gain in perspective on what is happening at the barrier.. (water) as well as in the ciruit but we need to find this book.[/]
 
 
this is his website   http://www.aspden.org/
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Re: The frequency of water
« Reply #4 on: December 09, 2009, 09:55:25 am »
ok i beleive this is the answer we are looking for.. we are studying electric which involves the interation of electrons...  aka quantum electrodynamics.. in this pdf is goes into a 9 page description of what i beleive is needed to understand dielectric constants.. 
 
he has a book called
'Fundamental Constants derived from HAROLD ASPDEN, aka
   
'Fundamental Constants derived from Two-Dimensional Harmonic Oscillations in an Electrically-Structured

Vacuum', Speculations in Science and Technology,
 
im looking for it.. printed 1986
 
i beleive this will give us a gain in perspective on what is happening at the barrier.. (water) as well as in the ciruit but we need to find this book.[/]
 
 
this is his website   http://www.aspden.org/

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Nice, nice. But heavy stuff to read... ;)

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Re: The frequency of water
« Reply #5 on: December 09, 2009, 18:51:56 pm »
Yeah a bit heavy outlaw

I rather just test with my tools .