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Re: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields
« Reply #144 on: November 03, 2019, 21:46:17 pm »
Hi Fabio,

I just saw your new video on YouTube and it looks pretty good.  Short and Simple.

I've found in the past that when water vapor is pulled into a clear plastic hose (by a vacuum on the other end) the tube will fill up with plugs of water, separated by a short distance of air.  If you fed a charged steam generator into the hose, the water packets would carry the charge.  As the ion containing water passes through a ring connected to a capacitor with the same polarity, kinetic energy will be transformed into a higher potential on the capacitor.  This may be one way you can try extracting energy from the ions.

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« Reply #145 on: November 08, 2019, 07:57:50 am »
Thanks for the great post tektrical! You seem to have understood what im talking about.

I was looking at the van de graff generator and how its pretty much the same as the kelving water dropper...


Im almost sure now that meyer have found a way to use mechanical power by use of a water pump probably and convert it to those 100amps 100volts he talks about at the new zealand meeting

I did some tests in the past thinking that high voltage alone would do something but actually we were not thinking about how important the flow really is

Imagine a van de graff made of a water tube a pump instead of s belt and motor

If we charge the water after pump output the pressure drop and flow will force the ions in the direction of the sphere where when it hits inside part its able to discharge giving its charge to the sphere and leaving...

Pressure drop and speed and flow are the key components along with water conductivity and voltage applied...

A kelving water droper is a dual self exciting water gravity driven vandegraff generator voltage source

It uses electric potential energy to split the ions without consuming and gravity potential as power source

The gravity potential couteract the electric potential of the system... The higher is the potential the higher is the efficiency so is interesting to consume it wisely to keep it going...

In the case of using a pump a much higher flow and force can be applied to a closed system!

Im going to make some tests now.. 


Im going to use a 800w toroidal transformer that i had made for me with 250v input and 100v output with 5 taps with different wire thickness..  20v taps first should be able to hold 40 amps

My cell is setup in two parallel series of 5 cells and one cell is not exactly connected...

My power supply should be able to put 4 volts per cell 20 amps in each series at max...

First step should be to have a cell like that generating gas... With forced flow...


Second step should be to split the output of  the pump and start to deflect the ions and see what happens!

Stan clearly stated in new zealand that the key was to use water as the source of the electrons and so was to generate electricity and hydrogen at same time ...

Than feedback this electrical energy to increase exponentialy the gas production

Than feedback further this energy and get atomic power out of it

From what he says seems possible that combining electrical energy and flow is possible to convert power in different ways not violating laws but still generating energy









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Re: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields
« Reply #146 on: November 09, 2019, 18:50:17 pm »
I actually have a vd graaf......
Never used it...