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Re: Herman Anderson
« Reply #48 on: June 07, 2016, 16:18:55 pm »
3 of the most important statements he made were :
1)"You have to get your magnetics just right.If you get them to close it will just roll around in there and not do anything"
2)" I had them make me 2 and wire them together"
3) "magnetically "
#3 is the most interesting. ...he was asked if he had high voltage hidden inside his chamber,his answer was "magnetically "


notice He also says, "you wont"  as to say that part must have been a difficult part for the man.
He later says stuff about the wires in there and corona discharge.
The interview is just chopped up so much we just have to try to understand and build it however it will work.
He also in that answer says " as fast as the electricity" to say the magnetics is an electromagnet.
You can see the glitch in the tape soon after.... edited.
I think i can at least turn the electrodes into strong eough magnets now so I guess im gonna break out all that stuff now and try to work on it some...ill share everything i do and see how it goes...is anyone else going to start sharing anything with this?
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Re: Herman Anderson
« Reply #49 on: June 10, 2016, 14:10:17 pm »
Ks, look at my drawings.
Circuits with such a large scr are used to switch heavy currents. Herman did 12v and 20 amps...
If he wasnt switchting the 12v off during hv pulses he would have used a diode......


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« Last Edit: June 10, 2016, 15:17:45 pm by Steve »

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« Reply #50 on: June 10, 2016, 14:48:04 pm »

7.5 cycles per second = 7.5Hertz
If the pulse is a 50% duty cycle, then during the off time of the duty cycle, you have enough time to pulse some HV pulses in the cell.

It takes 10 to 15 milliseconds for the magnetic field to reach maximum strength for ignition coils...
Herman wanted 70KV, so he needed that well build up magnetic field.

So, here is the math:
13ms = 75hz.
It means that during the off periode of the 7.5hz cycle, Herman could pump 5 till 6 HV pulses into the cell.

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Re: Herman Anderson
« Reply #51 on: June 10, 2016, 21:25:15 pm »
That doesn't make any sence tho and here is why....
It takes an external magnetic field to put the spins of the proton into resonance....that means that under the influence of a magnetic field  the protons spin will align with the magnetic field.(required)
What I know is that it takes a field strength of 1826 gauss field for the protons in a glass of water to align.You know what it takes when the net magnetic field increases due to alignment.
What I know is that the required magnetic field is different depending on what the proton is bonded to(hydrocarbon,tissue ect,) but I know what it takes for protons in just a glass of water so I start there.
When the protons are in resonance....(aligned with the magnetic field,the spins will be paralle) its possible to flip the spin of every other proton into a higher energy state with a COMBINED RF pulse.That RF pulse has to match the lamar frequency of the proton (4250 x magnetic field - that means { measure your magnetic field }and {mutilply it by 4250} to find the lamar frequency) We know this because when the RF pulse is switched off the induced spin flip decays to normal and emits RF energy...with feedback or what ever its detectable and that's how they know what the frequency is.
The way it seems is that since the RF pulse flips the spin into a higher energy state we want the energy to go high enough so that the lower energy state will be the product we looking for.....
I don't understand it all and am not claiming to but with the limited understanding I have I know there is an exchange of energy going on to do what Herman was doing and I know there must be a specific process to get it done.
It takes 2 seconds for the protons to align in the magnetic field and be ready for the RF pulse...it takes a magnetic field and a certain RF frequency for the protons to accept the RF pulse ...
I cant see how how pulsing each sepperatly will have any affect
One thing is for certain tho...
Herman said if his plates were to close it would just roll around like a tornado and not do anything.How do we know our distane is right if we cant create the tornado?
I think if we cant at least create the tornado then we are missing something.
Its the same thing with Stans...untill they can create the ribbon ( double tornado??) Then they are missing something.
We know how the tornado is created  ( electric fields superimposed with magnetic fields )
This in part my theory of paralles of voltage and magnetism comes from.
« Last Edit: June 13, 2016, 14:22:53 pm by Burnhydroxy »

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Re: Herman Anderson
« Reply #52 on: June 18, 2016, 02:11:05 am »
have you seen the tornado and the difference in speed?
I can demonstrate both but....Id really like to hear a couple thoughts of at least the tornadoe effect....
Its not what i was expecting :)
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Re: Herman Anderson
« Reply #53 on: June 18, 2016, 07:47:23 am »
please show us!

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« Reply #54 on: June 18, 2016, 07:53:56 am »
Its 2am here...ill go out and video it at day break.Id like to here some thoughts or expectations ....its a baby step and not im sure this configuration is the simplest yet but i think its correct....the thing is its not what i was expecting BUT  it fits Hermans description perfectly i believe at least with the tornado.
It dont seem to work if i change the electrodes polarity so....its a baby step.
What i can demonstrate are those 2 effects...the tornado and increase in gas production.
My test rig power supply is only 1 amp at 15 volts but it demonstrates i do believe :)

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« Reply #55 on: June 18, 2016, 21:36:41 pm »
here's the EXAMPLE...its not perfect and not complete but its configuration is proving.
Its not very easy getting a video of it because it happens in the middle of the cell..all I have is tap water and table salt for now and it gets nasty really fast..watch and rewatch it....you'll notice its easier to see at the right of the cell.
Its really not a good video of it... ill keep trying and share a better view.
Its a baby step .
What its showing me is there must be a north and south pole or it doesn't work.
Im betting somebody can tell me  what the secret is with that.
Its better if you go to youtube and watch it full screen.

feature=youtu.be
« Last Edit: June 18, 2016, 23:48:40 pm by Burnhydroxy »