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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #112 on: February 23, 2017, 11:16:21 am »
Maybe we are on the wrong road, Newguy.

RFI = radio waves = magnetic waves
Ignition cable do ALL send / transmit these type of waves. SO, if Herman says that it took him a while to get the magnetics right, it might be the magnetic waves of the ignitioncoil wires.
Think about frequency and strenght.
As Herman said: 70KV and 11mA.
The rest is amount of wire wrapped around the cell.....

just my 2 cents, as usual.. ;)

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #113 on: February 23, 2017, 11:18:02 am »
Of course, there are some types of ignition coil cables in the market.
The ones with massive copper kernels transmitte the most RFI waves.......

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #114 on: February 23, 2017, 11:35:06 am »
Maybe we are on the wrong road, Newguy.

RFI = radio waves = magnetic waves
Ignition cable do ALL send / transmit these type of waves. SO, if Herman says that it took him a while to get the magnetics right, it might be the magnetic waves of the ignitioncoil wires.
Think about frequency and strenght.
As Herman said: 70KV and 11mA.
The rest is amount of wire wrapped around the cell.....

just my 2 cents, as usual.. ;)

I didn't hear Herman say it took a while on the magnetics....I heard him say it took " at least 30 "builds to do what he wanted it to do "
I also heard him say you have to get them just right.I don't think Herman used a spark plug wire around his cell.
Brisby didn't use a spark plug wire either when he wrapped an " extension " wire around the inside of his chamber.
I just can't keep trying to explain what my studies and xpieiments tell me....I don't have time for that now .Keep experimenting and record everything,you may find something.
Think about this.....11 miliamps is not going to produce any appreciable magnetic field....it is required ....there are requirements Steve, I guess you just need to find out for yourself.
I'll be making a part for mine soon that should shed some more light on the matter.
I don't mind to share my results from experimenting ,nothing's going to change the way im doing it ✌

I don't know if you understand that the guy at the truck in the interview video is not Herman and he did not wrap a spark plug wire around his chamber.
The deal with clownfish and James discovering something because the pressure gauge went wild was simply them almost blowing the cell apart....fortunately the gas volume wasn't enuff to cause any damage.
Steve I'm not claiming I know how to do this but I can tell you he did not wrap a spark plug wire around his cell for any purpose of the process.... There's simply no sense to be made from that from the interview or any literature at all.
The only sense could come from a spark plug wire being involved is to feed an ozone generator just to containe the HV.
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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #115 on: February 25, 2017, 14:47:51 pm »
And thats why i appreciate you, Kevin. Please keep on doing the things as you think is best.
I will do the same.
And yes. I know that the guy wasnt Herman, talking about wrapping a wire and sparkplug around his cell.
I ll guess that your observation is correct abou the sparkplug wire. With all those inlets/outlets , how could he managed doing that....

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #116 on: February 25, 2017, 14:48:08 pm »
More theory:

A moving electron alone actually does not produce a magnetic field. It requires electrons and protons to produce a magnetic field. As the electrons move relative to protons (ions) there is a relativistic charge per unit volume difference between the positive and the negative charges. This causes any external charges to feel a force we know as the magnetic field. The magnetic field is a relativistic correction to the electrostatic field.

Reference https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/why-does-moving-electron-produce-magnetic-field.184619/

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #117 on: February 25, 2017, 15:25:39 pm »
I suggest watching and learning things like this
I don't think Herman was kidding when he said you have to be a NUCLEAR physicist and an ELECTRONICS ENGINEER to KEEP it working.



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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #118 on: February 25, 2017, 19:04:31 pm »
tube draws 1.3 mA at 110 kV
hollow-anode therapy tube rated 200kV / 20 mA

These are the power consumptions of an soft x ray tube......

http://www.celnav.de/hv/hv5.htm

11mA 70kv said Herman about his radiolysis system.

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #119 on: February 25, 2017, 19:37:38 pm »
Maybe the shortest route is to buy some of these tubes
http://www.hamamatsu.com/eu/en/community/xndt/prod_X-ray_sources/soft_tubes.html