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« Reply #96 on: December 19, 2012, 13:16:32 pm »
I'm afraid of testing ahahahahaaha

I'm all alone here if something goes bad i can die. I don't even have a defibrillating system...

I'm tired of getting high frequency discharges thru my body, painful killer sensations, don't play at home kids.

Please get away High Voltage, High Current, High Danger!

NEVER USE BARE HAND, NEVER USE YOUR HANDS, AWAYS MAINTAIN BOTH HANDS INSIDE YOUR POCKET, NEVER DO HIGH VOLTAGE EXPERIMENTS WITH BAREFOOT, NEVER WITHOUT PROTECTION GLASSES, IF SOMETHING GOES REALLY BAD USE ONLY ONE HAND!

SOMETHING CAN FLY APART EXPLODE OR CAUSE SERIUS INJURY TO YOU, SO DON'T DO IT. (CAPACITORS, DIODES, RESISTORS, COIS, GAS, SWITCHES...)

ONLY PROFESSIONALS SHOULD WORK WITH IT WITH APPROPRIATED EXTREME CARE, PROTECTION AND PROPER EQUIPMENT. 

I WON'T TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR WHAT YOU READ IN MY POSTS NOR IF I SEEM TO INCENTIVE NON TRAINED PEOPLE TO TRY IDEAS OR WHATEVER PROCESS OR CIRCUIT WHATSOEVER. 

I ASSUME YOU ARE RESPOSIBLE AND NOT UNDERAGE IF INTERSTED IN THIS SUBJECT.

SO PLEASE DON'T RISK YOUR SELF WE ARE ALREADY DOING THAT!

HELP IF YOU CAN, BUT DON'T KILL YOURSELF TRYING

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Re: THE V.I.C.
« Reply #97 on: December 19, 2012, 15:37:40 pm »
you use your hand to touch circuit or wfc? why are  you fear?and what are you fear?all we know a risk when play with electronic.you should have safety switch to stop circuit.

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Re: THE V.I.C.
« Reply #98 on: December 19, 2012, 17:00:12 pm »
I've heard that you should use your right hand and keep your left hand close to your body so that your heart won't die if you are hit from high voltage.. plus dc high voltage can kill permanently and instantly while if hit from ac medics may revive you, that's about it.. have fun and don't kill yourself in the process! I remember being hit by ac when I was younger, I couldn't move for some seconds.. :)

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Re: THE V.I.C.
« Reply #99 on: December 19, 2012, 17:13:40 pm »
Yes the goal is to always keep the hands in the pockets =)

I took many discharges at different frequencies... really ... some you fly, some you contract, some turn you off, but all had something in common, pain and risk of death.

That story about high frequencies are safe is not really true. We are a capacitor after all. and not good conductors...  so the current indeed runs inside you easily.. .


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A fair question
« Reply #100 on: December 19, 2012, 17:30:27 pm »
Well there are missing links in the vic, ok

but meyer told us he used up to and beyond 20kv to convert water to gas...

Why he needed a 40 amps diode?

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Re: THE V.I.C.
« Reply #101 on: December 19, 2012, 18:10:58 pm »
If you refering to wfc vic,he used 360v,the high voltage developed within the cell by stepcharging,and about the diode i think he needed a fast swiching one who was rated for 40amps

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Re: THE V.I.C.
« Reply #102 on: December 19, 2012, 18:27:38 pm »
 ;D right but why you need a 40 amps rated diode?

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Re: A fair question
« Reply #103 on: December 19, 2012, 18:49:55 pm »
Well there are missing links in the vic, ok

but meyer told us he used up to and beyond 20kv to convert water to gas...

Why he needed a 40 amps diode?
Yes, 20kV for Injector VIC!!!

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