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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #32 on: November 03, 2010, 18:17:05 pm »
I can comment on the video, but not too much.
I made a promise to a certain person and i have to ask him permission before to give all details.

The Plates are SS430
Power to the plates: 5v by 1.3amps
AC magnetic field.
Tapwater with a drop of NAOH

Thats what Mookie said and thats what it is..


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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #33 on: November 03, 2010, 18:19:01 pm »
Are you pulsing the magnetic field? Are your plates shaking?

Yes and yes

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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #34 on: November 03, 2010, 18:37:59 pm »
if using a magnetic field around the cell improves production... take a look again at Stans stacked resonant cavities and gas processor, the VIC is wrapped around the tube, so the magnetic field is inside the water/gas cavity as well

very interesting concept, i haven't watched your video yet, but i will when i get home.

Yes, i agree on this. Stan must have figure that out as well.
Don, dont forget to watch the video a couple of times. See how the water starts flowing.
That has nothing to do with vibes.....
 
Its really interesting.
 
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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #35 on: November 03, 2010, 18:43:12 pm »
Interesting procedure Steve.

let me paint the canvas a bit..

use of a "static field" within exciters + use of "non stationary" oscillating exciter
=  mechanical forced pressure waves of water impacting static non stationary field.

the pressure wave is the change in value of fluid pressure due to the back and forth motion of a non stationary static charged exciter..

Your way of putting things on the canvas are always of a special kind, Outlaw   ;)
 
This concept of Mookie was something that was on my mind for years.
Have you never asked yourself, that if water is a conductor, if must also have all propertys of an inductor?
 
We use only have of the power of the charge, if we use only volts and amps.
The other half is the magnetic field that is always there in a 90 degree angle...
 
Use both and you have a winner...
 
 
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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #36 on: November 03, 2010, 18:51:52 pm »
I also got this on my mind long time too... you know...


hehe


Nice thought


now you should try to achieve the resonance ever increasing the voltage...


i propose this

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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #37 on: November 03, 2010, 18:56:54 pm »
The movement of the charged particles get opposed by the density of the liquid creating a quadrupole on the molecules-- =)  making the bound weak



I believe


 

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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #38 on: November 03, 2010, 19:19:09 pm »
Thank you for the Data Steve
Whenever I quote you I will always post a link from the source [If the forum I am on allows it]
If You do not want or allow Open source
 
Deny me access ,as I cannot help myself!
 I have only looked here !
Thank you again
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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #39 on: November 03, 2010, 20:28:55 pm »
Thank you for the Data Steve
Whenever I quote you I will always post a link from the source [If the forum I am on allows it]
If You do not want or allow Open source
 
Deny me access ,as I cannot help myself!
 I have only looked here !
Thank you again
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Hi Chat,
 
Everything here is done to support open source.
Go and publish any link you like.
 
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