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Re: james cell
« Reply #24 on: June 18, 2008, 06:18:45 am »
first video i have ever take so i can start a you  tube channel  this is nothing special just  an alternator with some inductors and resistance  added in  in dont know the gas out put i havent measured it im waiting for an accurate flow meter gauge to work with on another hho project im doing  http://www.youtube.com/dudleyengineering

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« Reply #25 on: June 18, 2008, 15:08:57 pm »
dudleyengineering

I left you a rating, and a comment.
But the one question I have for you is. Is that straight tap  water turning that reddish color? Or that just my screen. The first cell I built, Would turn brown. In no time. Even after I filtered the water, It stayed a little yellow. But I haven't seen red.

BTW beautiful O scope read out.

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« Reply #26 on: June 18, 2008, 15:53:35 pm »
the water is over 70 percent distilled and the rest tap water the redish stuff is  definatly not  minerals in the water and their are no additives cause i have filtered it so many times it cant be any left in it in fact i filter it 20 minitues before i took the video  and i ran it just long enought to the wave form come back to a step charge i have made a set of caps that have tubes on the top of them so the exiting gas never mixes around in side the top of the water  it seems like it dosent make the brown stuff  when their on it i think the brown stuff has some thing to do with the electron itself  with the cap with a plastic extension tube  you wont get the resonant type wave form  because the tubes dont seem to sync up i am now making the extension tubes out of stainless so it will ground thru the water and they will sync  the only thing i have found that comes close to explaining the red stuff is in one of meyers canadian patents it shows  the water molecule  and in it their is a blob in the oxygen molecule it shows when the water splits the blob goes seperate  from the oxygen and hydrogen  then the electrons are reacting with it

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Re: james cell
« Reply #27 on: June 18, 2008, 16:51:01 pm »
Oke, James!

Nice vid. So you used destilled. Is it possible to get the same results with tapwater?

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« Reply #28 on: June 18, 2008, 17:39:54 pm »
Very nice video, i think using tap water with no additives should be the way because if your on the road and no distilled water is available and need to use tap water or river water it gives you different results so I'm trying to get as close as possible  to what's out there.

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« Reply #29 on: June 18, 2008, 18:31:19 pm »
when that muck gets so thick i cant see anything inside is when it runs the best if i was to let it run about  three more hours till the water gets real hot the muck reabsorbs then let it cool off  and run it after the out put is  alot higher to  it works with tap water just as well just takes a few hours till it will hold the wave form thou  i also found putting a restriction on the output end of the tube rasied my voltage and amperage in the gap and also increased the gas output  plus makes the step charges  crisper and go just a little higer  i think the backpressure helps kinda like a tuned exhaust on a  gas engine  the smaller hole was better than a larger one  these caps have  a 1/8 hole but the presure blows them off some times  5/16 wasnt as good    i think it is alot of gas for 5.5 inch tubes

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« Reply #30 on: June 18, 2008, 20:00:11 pm »
when that muck gets so thick i cant see anything inside is when it runs the best if i was to let it run about  three more hours till the water gets real hot the muck reabsorbs then let it cool off  and run it after the out put is  alot higher to  it works with tap water just as well just takes a few hours till it will hold the wave form thou  i also found putting a restriction on the output end of the tube rasied my voltage and amperage in the gap and also increased the gas output  plus makes the step charges  crisper and go just a little higer  i think the backpressure helps kinda like a tuned exhaust on a  gas engine  the smaller hole was better than a larger one  these caps have  a 1/8 hole but the presure blows them off some times  5/16 wasnt as good    i think it is alot of gas for 5.5 inch tubes

if you leave it run for more hours you'll have a black muck and yes production get higher base on observation

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Re: james cell
« Reply #31 on: July 20, 2008, 15:46:27 pm »
Bad to the bone cell James.  Great Job!!