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Re: Magnetic Electrolyte
« Reply #80 on: September 28, 2019, 06:48:42 am »
i was thinking about how to get the water to hold a charge, and i thought  of if would be possible that if the electrode were magnetic (like dan danfor kind said it needed to be) than if we get other ions that can be atracted by a magnet or that can be converted in the process and become magnetic it would have different forces acting on it when it gain or loose an electron

for example cobalt, nickel, iron, and even rare earth components

perhapĀ“s we should melt some neodimium magnets and dig into that? some acid?

or just get the salts?

I think it has more to do with wat ions are in the water...2 examples come to mind are Puharich and W.I.T.
When i talked the folks at water ion technologies she told they had a bottle of 2 year old water that still had its charge on a shelf.

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Re: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields
« Reply #81 on: September 28, 2019, 14:54:04 pm »
i will post the video i made after that happen... well i probably was surprised by some inductive kickback.. im not sure...

i just had the impression that the batteries have charged in relation to each other when i shorted one of them... look the video and drawing... but dont expect much like i said at the moment i got very exited but couldnt repeat it much...  the batteries were too dead.. .

im focusing actually on the cell separators today... i will make a video for that too hope you like.. .


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Re: Magnetic Electrolyte
« Reply #82 on: September 29, 2019, 04:09:38 am »
i was thinking about how to get the water to hold a charge, and i thought  of if would be possible that if the electrode were magnetic (like dan danfor kind said it needed to be) than if we get other ions that can be atracted by a magnet or that can be converted in the process and become magnetic it would have different forces acting on it when it gain or loose an electron

for example cobalt, nickel, iron, and even rare earth components

perhapĀ“s we should melt some neodimium magnets and dig into that? some acid?

or just get the salts?



I think it has more to do with wat ions are in the water...2 examples come to mind are Puharich and W.I.T.
When i talked the folks at water ion technologies she told they had a bottle of 2 year old water that still had its charge on a shelf.

I made a post about this, 90 year old man holds the answer to this, he is the owner of a water Plant. He takes Natural Spring water from Tennessee down the road from my house and he has to (Ozone it up) with the machine that elongates the water. The water must remain charged like 12 hours before he can sell it. The Plant is now shut down, I am waiting to meet with him and see this system.

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Re: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields
« Reply #83 on: September 29, 2019, 04:13:32 am »
i will post the video i made after that happen... well i probably was surprised by some inductive kickback.. im not sure...

i just had the impression that the batteries have charged in relation to each other when i shorted one of them... look the video and drawing... but dont expect much like i said at the moment i got very exited but couldnt repeat it much...  the batteries were too dead.. .

im focusing actually on the cell separators today... i will make a video for that too hope you like.. .

I am learning to use Large, 5 microfarad capacitors that recirculates the kickback back into the coil, LC. There is NO heat. I've seen 20 amp shunts Smoke where a capacitor remains cold. The Shunt can also be used to Redirect the Kickback into other coils. However, problems are getting the spikes away from the Fets, this can be problematic at times! It is now Recommended to add switches to switch between shunts and capacitors for Many different testing purposes. Please Keep this in mind. If your Shunts are very hot, (you are throwing away energy). Please Dont wast!

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Re: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields
« Reply #84 on: September 29, 2019, 04:15:15 am »
I would like to also bring Immediate attention to the SCR and Triac, A Gate Controlled DIODE. Stan used these. And guys, he probably used these with a computerized Control Monitoring Board he probably designed Himself.

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what if tutanka was correct?
« Reply #85 on: September 30, 2019, 07:31:33 am »
scrs are increadible they can allow very high current flow and stand high voltage kick back pretty well.. .so it can be used to collapse a transformer.. we read patents about that and the 300ns electrolysis

as you pointed is a silicon controled rectifies

im sure some of you might remember this guy from italy and i had a good talk to him many times and he had theories that he was posting here and at the energeticforum if i remember well about the hydrogen and nitrogen reaction and i was looking into hydrazine and tnt and kind of realized that he may have reason!

let me explain i think if we take hidrogen pure with a cell like the one im building and react this hydrogen with pure nitrogen we may have a the formation of H2N of some sort.. the thing is when N explodes it will react with anothe nitrogen forming n2 and it will generate a big bang!

nitrogen can be generated from air with a membrane and a pump...

i dont know how his reactor was designed...

i think on one side we could generate some sort of hydrazine and on the other hand nitrate and ozone to oxidize it

i think this is the formula to get exploded hahah

i will try this one day...


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Re: what if tutanka was correct?
« Reply #86 on: September 30, 2019, 12:52:11 pm »
scrs are increadible they can allow very high current flow and stand high voltage kick back pretty well.. .so it can be used to collapse a transformer.. we read patents about that and the 300ns electrolysis

as you pointed is a silicon controled rectifies

im sure some of you might remember this guy from italy and i had a good talk to him many times and he had theories that he was posting here and at the energeticforum if i remember well about the hydrogen and nitrogen reaction and i was looking into hydrazine and tnt and kind of realized that he may have reason!

let me explain i think if we take hidrogen pure with a cell like the one im building and react this hydrogen with pure nitrogen we may have a the formation of H2N of some sort.. the thing is when N explodes it will react with anothe nitrogen forming n2 and it will generate a big bang!

nitrogen can be generated from air with a membrane and a pump...

i dont know how his reactor was designed...

i think on one side we could generate some sort of hydrazine and on the other hand nitrate and ozone to oxidize it

i think this is the formula to get exploded hahah

i will try this one day...

Ammonia
NH3

>Thats what you get with ionised ambient air and monotomic hydrogen in a waterbath of electrolysis

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Re: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields
« Reply #87 on: September 30, 2019, 14:09:32 pm »
Steve if we burn this amonia with with the air that has passed thru a electrical arc forming nitrate we should get some power out dont?

i think we could figure out how many amps we need to convert a predetermined amount of air into nitrate (consuming all the oxygen)

Oh i just remember the exhaust may have low oxygen so perhaps he reacted the gas with exhaust ? perhaps we could cold it up and filter with the membrane ?

i think when stan says he wants to prevent the water molecule to form he is saying that we may make it hard to it get the oxygen ?

how exited is nitrite just formed?

did you ever tried this amonia generation?

just found this video may help the epg stuf?

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