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« Reply #56 on: June 18, 2016, 23:19:14 pm »
Here's a picture of it.
The trick is ...this is just the negative electrode.... the anode is laying in the bottom of the bucket about 3 inches from the bottom of that electrode.
It doesn't work bypassing  coils... just hooking the power up straight to the electrodes( + in the bottom of the bucket, - on the horseshoe electrode)
The coils put a + and - pole on the negative electrode.
Its almost confusing but there is a positive pole on one side of that electrode.
The inductor(s) is one coil in reality just half of it wound in the opposite direction.
One end of the coil hooks to the electrode(either side),the other end of the coil goes to ground.
without the coils hooked up it just barely bakes any bubbles at all the electrodes
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« Reply #57 on: June 19, 2016, 00:50:02 am »
pretty interesting.. if i understood right it is exactly what have thought about recently about propagating the magnetic flux to the cell..

i like to see how those bubbles get attracted to the distant electrode..


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« Reply #58 on: June 19, 2016, 02:11:02 am »
pretty interesting.. if i understood right it is exactly what have thought about recently about propagating the magnetic flux to the cell..

i like to see how those bubbles get attracted to the distant electrode..

Those bigger bubbles going to the left coming from the anode at the bottom....i wanted to be able to vary the distance but it didnt work out with that cell.
Soon as i can get some good water ill figure out a few things.
the main thing I learn from this is what it takes to make it " roll around in there "
It is interesting tho how both sides of that cell are going to ground that those particular bubbles are attracted to the thinner electrode.
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« Reply #59 on: June 19, 2016, 04:09:28 am »
What im wandering is if the same effect happens with the coils off of the electrode...know wat i mean?
It would be like with the tube cell wire the 2 tubes together to in effect create 1 electrode with a gap between it...add another or sit them 2 on top of a metal disk with an insulator between them and use the bottom disc as the anode.
Hook your charging chokes up together (one opposite wound to the other) one lead to the tubes and the other lead to ground.
The disk underneath is the positive.
What i think in Hermans case to try is use really heave gauge wire and air core....next test :)
Herman.....hmmmm......instead of hooking one end of the coil directly.....ive got to think about this a minute.Ive had this thing for nearly 10 years,maybe ill get to fire it up :) part# 29625(67,000V)




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« Reply #60 on: June 19, 2016, 07:55:42 am »
i would suggest you to try a smaller device... rain water with an electrolyte that is magnetic

i think your gap is very wide...

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« Reply #61 on: June 19, 2016, 08:19:09 am »
i would suggest you to try a smaller device... rain water with an electrolyte that is magnetic

i think your gap is very wide...
With this system my gap is 2 small.Hermans gap was 3 inches.That was in part a thing with that test...Herman said if your gap was to small it would roll around in there like a tornado and not do anything....basically that's what I was showing...it was rolling around in there and not making any gas.Maybe a bigger point was getting it to roll around in there ;)
The view in my video was looking straight down into the top of it.
It actually makes me want to go back and look into W.I.T. water ion technologies.Ther gap was 18  inches.They however did play a role in deciding to go with a thicker electrode on one end.
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« Reply #62 on: June 19, 2016, 08:27:09 am »
Wait till this thing fires up again :)
In the spirit of Herman Anderson.... doing it just to prove it will work :)
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« Reply #63 on: June 19, 2016, 20:34:18 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
does it make sence how one side of that is acting like an anode and maybe what the devider he is talking about?
It wouldn't surprise me if Herman had some kind of metal screen close to the top.....
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