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Theory for quantum transition (cold fusion, altering gravity)
« on: October 29, 2010, 17:48:42 pm »
I'm sure some of you will have heard about Frank Znidarsic.
Some guy on Youtube spent countless hours to compile it into several video parts,
if you are interested in that and are able to do high school math then this is well worth the time:
I have only linked the first part, currently there are 12 parts and a new one is added everyday until the series is complete.

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« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2010, 22:46:04 pm »
Funny I'm on number 6 and was getting ready to post the videos here.. This should be the following 2-12

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Re: Theory for quantum transition (cold fusion, altering gravity)
« Reply #2 on: October 29, 2010, 22:53:59 pm »
Video 6 @ 10 min in video
'the condition for making both anti gravity and cold fusion work is slowing the speed of light in the electronic structure to match the speed of sound/ mechanical wave in the nuclear structure.'

speed of sound 1,094,000 meters per second

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Theory for quantum transition (cold fusion, altering gravity)
« Reply #3 on: October 30, 2010, 05:47:29 am »
Has anybody here tried a palladium cathode? The cold fusion theory is that the hydrogen atom migrates into the lattice structure of the palladium where they get close enough to overcome the repelling forces and fuse. But palladium is very expensive.

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Re: Theory for quantum transition (cold fusion, altering gravity)
« Reply #4 on: October 30, 2010, 16:17:59 pm »
Yes it is yaro,


I have a friend who have a patent for the generation of h2 and 02 and it uses palladium second him, we calculated the price to construct a little device, and was around 7keuros at that time, and palladium and platinum were responsible for almost half of this value. the other half was for the rectifiers and the rest for the capacitor and pumps, magnets...


palladium have the ability of absorbing hydrogen ions. or deuterium ions...


 

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« Reply #5 on: October 30, 2010, 16:43:38 pm »
 In fresh water, sound travels at about 1497 m/s at 25 °C.

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'Since resonance is a matter of matching a physical distance with the frequency of back and forth motion over that distance, matching the particular frequency to the particular wavelength can be done with either d.c. voltage pulses or the duty cycle pulses..'


'Video 6 @ 10 min in video
'the condition for making both anti  gravity and cold fusion work is slowing the speed of light in the  electronic structure to match the speed of sound/ mechanical wave in  the nuclear structure.'

All Electromagnetic waves are considered light.. So could we say Stan's resonant chokes are the limiters of the electronic structure (circuit) for changing the speed of applied light (em wave) to match that of water and is the impedance matching?   


So what im saying is the electrical force applied must impact water at a rate of about 1497 m/s at 25 °C. which is the speed at which sound travels in water... So we must calculate that 1497 with the distance of the gap to come up with a close approximate of the resonant freq.
we take the 1497 m/s and divided by the gaps distance to equate the frequency of a gap?