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Re: simple vic for learning purposes
« Reply #16 on: January 28, 2011, 03:38:30 am »
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that probably explains my gas production, but i'm not sure. I seem to be maintaining the same amount of gas flow at max voltage and minimum amp draw. I'll check into it as soon as I can.
Thanks for all the input it's very helpful.
 
It seems to me that we are about half way there, "sort of" I dont think Ionizing h20 is difficult; you just need high voltage; which we have. We're all trying to tune into resonance which is where the magic is supposed to happen. At resonance the oxygen atom takes on a stronger charge and rejects its electrons; this is what we're missing.
 
Stan says you need to ask the right question (i think this is an over used phrase but it fits haha)
How can we force the oxygen atom to reject its electrons?
 
As always correct me if i'm wrong are tell me your outlook on the subject.
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Re: simple vic for learning purposes
« Reply #17 on: January 28, 2011, 05:09:40 am »
If you add more electrons to the bath, the oxygen will repel the water bound electron.

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« Reply #18 on: January 28, 2011, 05:19:19 am »
sebosfato,
that would be electrolysis, would it not? haha

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« Reply #19 on: January 28, 2011, 14:43:16 pm »
Not exactly, what i mean is to mess around with the net charge on the water. Charge the water to very high negative voltage. This would make the oxygen repel the covalent electron, otherwise if charged positively the hydrogen will become more positive and will attract the covalent electron, therefore switching off the covalent bounding.


Or one or the other. No electrolysis at this point. After that i guess that a voltage could be applied between the plates having low amps.


everything isolated from ground to not allow electrons leak into the isolated water bath.

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« Reply #20 on: January 29, 2011, 00:56:18 am »
ohh ok, i think I understand now.
Thanks for the input; I've never thought about it like that. It would be a cool thing to experiment with! 
Do you have any ideas on how to apply high voltage on either the negative or the possitve but not both? I thought I could do something like that by having different inductors on the possitve and the negative but it didn't work out that way.
Maybe it would also be helpful the shift the resonance to whatever side you choose to apply the stronger voltage field

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« Reply #21 on: April 07, 2011, 18:44:55 pm »
I made two videos today, one is ac voltage the other is dc. I can only get dc voltage if i place a capacitor in series with my tubes on the negative side, I cant get the small gas production i had a few months ago but the voltage is their, i dont understand why but w/e. If i try to put in the isolated ground from stans patents it just grounds everything out and i cant get any voltage, has anyone had any luck with this?
My dad took over my work bench for one of his projects so i guess i'll be using the floor for the rest of break.
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« Reply #23 on: April 07, 2011, 20:25:46 pm »
ok for some reason when I hit save topic the url wont show up in the post, so if you would like to see the other video just follow the first link and you can see my other videos too