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Re: Herman Anderson
« Reply #64 on: June 22, 2016, 12:22:27 pm »
how about this one?


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Re: Herman Anderson
« Reply #65 on: June 24, 2016, 07:35:34 am »
what i'd like to see is something without a pernament magnet envolved....there is no pernament magnet in my video.

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Re: Herman Anderson
« Reply #66 on: June 26, 2016, 21:45:20 pm »
This double negative electrode is becoming more apparent now that I know its possible....a nickle plated anode will not survive an electrolysis proccess.....i guess nothing but a stainless steel ANODE will survive...everything else gets eat away.
Im not convinced Herman used a stainless steel anode unless that was part of the interview we didnt get to see.
Im asking for ideas or information about the use of ANODE's that do not get eat away.
I have a couple of ideas but only one that uses a replaceable anode being that there actually is one place where inserting an anode wouldnt be that difficult in Hermans system.
Its the ONLY way i can see charging electrodes to 70kV without causing a blow up.
when using electrolyte it does not matter where you put the anode as long as its in the water.... hydrogen will be made at the negative electrode/s.
I do not understand looking at Hermans interview why the standing pipe top has that melted like indention on the cap.
hers a nice read

http://www.intechopen.com/books/electrolysis/water-electrolysis-with-inductive-voltage-pulses
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Re: Herman Anderson picturr
« Reply #67 on: January 21, 2017, 08:57:56 am »
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Soft X-rays are electromagnetic radiation with wavelength in the range of 0.12 nm to 5nm (or 5 millionths of a millimeter). This range of “light” lies between UV (like the light from a tanning bed) and Hard X-rays (which you might receive at the dentist’s office).

Photons in this range of the electromagnetic spectrum have energies of 250eV to 10,000eV.

Due to the inherently short wavelength of the soft X-ray, one is able to use this “light” to see extremely small features and to make minute features.

Within the soft X-ray regime, there is a region called the “water window” (2.32-4.36nm) in which the “light” passes through water, but is absorbed by Carbon, Oxygen, Nitrogen and Sulphur. In this region brilliant images of biological materials can be capture that are unavailable with other techniques.

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Re: Herman Anderson
« Reply #69 on: August 14, 2019, 09:54:26 am »
The 3 cm distance between the two electrodes matches nicely with the 3nm wave lenght...
Standing waves.......

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Re: Herman Anderson;s Standing waves
« Reply #70 on: May 13, 2021, 17:25:39 pm »
For standing waves with both ends fixed in a length L, the wavelength l is limited to (where n is an integer)
   l =        ;   n = 1, 2, 3, ….

In quantum mechanics, electrons in atoms are treated as standing waves confined by the electric field due to the atomic nuclei. Thus, the electrons are represented by wave functions.
The wave, energy etc are called state of the electron, and with spin, each state accommodate 2 electrons. A state is called an orbital (not orbit)

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Re: Herman Anderson Related Video
« Reply #71 on: May 13, 2021, 19:02:00 pm »
standing wave interactions  of  plasma in small aqueous water and  hydrogel cavities

related video

wave length related to media that microwave pasa through. are collapsing nano plasmoids involve in Meyer proocess??

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