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Dr. Steve Eatons 5lpm for 180watts tubecell
« on: December 08, 2009, 23:41:03 pm »
CONCEPT OF THE EATON FUEL CELL     The Eaton Cell is made up of  .375” O.D. ss tubes as electrodes  inserted into .040” wall .50” O.D. ss tubes used as cathodes with .011” non conductive spacers attached to electrode to prevent contact between the two. This allows for up to .023 variance or deformities in the tubes.      When submersed vertically in H2O and charged accordingly the H2O is charged by the electricity traversing between the electrode and cathode. As the charge builds in the H2O the hydrogen particles become excited and begin to expand and break away from the oxygen particles thus dissolving  the water molecules into a gaseous state of two particles of hydrogen and one particle of oxygen. The hydrogen particles being the lightest immediately go up towards the top of the tubes followed by the oxygen particles which are considerably heavier than hydrogen but at this point not nearly as dense as the H2O molecules surrounding them.      As these particles rise it effects the H2O in two pertinent ways. Firstly the kinetic motion of the vertically moving particles tends to transfer to the H2O molecules causing them to rise as well although not nearly as fast. Secondly after having lost adjacent molecules the specific gravity of the H2O is slightly reduced.     As the specific gravity (or density) of the water is reduced, again two pertinent anomaly are incurred. Firstly  being slightly less gravity it compounds the vertical traverse rate already established by the kinetically transferred motion of the individual particles as it rises up above its heavier (denser) counterparts. Secondly being less dense (lower specific gravity) it takes slightly less electricity to break up its molecules.      Our test cell was set up in such a manner that the water was drawn into the bottom of the electrolyzer from the bubbler/reservoir by its passive circulation at the rate of over a gallon a minute with no mechanical assistance.      Needless to say this effect is compounded the farther up the cavity between the tubes the H2O rises to a point that the amount of charge needed to sustain the reaction can only be measured in Pico watts just prior to the event horizon of a self sustained reaction.      At this point it is important to inform all that are concerned that in order to keep within safe perimeters in our testing we didn’t go for broke on the first round. We started our tests first with clusters of 5.5” electrolyzing tubes using those results we went to 15.5” chambers and then to 16” chambers at which time we were drawing 8 amps @ 12 v dc using distilled water with no electrolyte. After adding 1 gram of KOH per gallon we had to limit the amperage  to under 25 amps. To keep it in check.       We are continuing further testing and developing and are convinced that very soon we will have a 5 LPM unit that will function equally efficiently on 15 or less amps on de-ionized  water with little to no electrolyte.       
 
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Re: Dr. Steve Eatons 5lpm for 180watts tubecell
« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2009, 23:44:26 pm »

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Re: Dr. Steve Eatons 5lpm for 180watts tubecell
« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2009, 23:51:49 pm »
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Re: Dr. Steve Eatons 5lpm for 180watts tubecell
« Reply #3 on: December 09, 2009, 00:32:52 am »
The Eaton Cell has been discussed on other forums.  The methodology for measurement appears to be much less than accurate.  Also look at the prices they're looking for as an item ($1699) and installed ($1999) last time I checked.  Just in time for Christmas.  Output into the bucket appears to me to be about 1 LPM.  If you look closely at the video you will see a tiny bead of water appear on the bottle from one of the fingertips.  I don't buy it myself.

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Re: Dr. Steve Eatons 5lpm for 180watts tubecell
« Reply #4 on: December 09, 2009, 09:52:10 am »
Neh, dont buy it, but replicating might be on option, is it.
There is an usergroup that has replicated one. And they confirm those 5lpm...
 
 
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Re: Dr. Steve Eatons 5lpm for 180watts tubecell
« Reply #5 on: December 09, 2009, 13:19:02 pm »
his mistakes were already discovered and showed about 80% efficiency

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Re: Dr. Steve Eatons 5lpm for 180watts tubecell
« Reply #6 on: December 09, 2009, 14:38:51 pm »
his mistakes were already discovered and showed about 80% efficiency

I read about those 80% theory, but that is too much for me.
To be honest, i do not agree at all with that crappy 80% theory.
 
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Re: Dr. Steve Eatons 5lpm for 180watts tubecell
« Reply #7 on: December 09, 2009, 18:18:03 pm »
the 80% "theory" is much more likely to be true, considering the topic of overunity and judging from the one youtube video.
of course he could give extra proof and a do more solid measurement method so that one must reconsider. the same goes for possible replications.

there have been too many (well, 100%?) scams when people would make public their free energy or overunity generators without solid proof, so there is reason to be sceptic until 100% sure.


edit\ there seems to be some new videos which i have not yet seen, maybe i'll have to revise my comment

my measurement was also 15 seconds in contrary to 12 seconds. do it yourself, stop the time when they say "go" and wait until the bottle is full with hho.
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