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Re: Most efficient tubelar cell from Wouter Oosthuizen waterfuelforall
« Reply #8 on: June 04, 2020, 09:23:41 am »
I am building me a new tubular 6 cells wfc.
Then i want to add two bublers. One with water and the second with acetone.
Feed that gas into my small generator and see if i can make it selfsustaning.

Its actually something i wanted to do in 2010 with tirpetine, but i failed....

Seeing this video, i had to use acetone in those days...

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Re: Most efficient tubelar cell from Wouter Oosthuizen waterfuelforall
« Reply #9 on: June 04, 2020, 09:25:47 am »
Not to forget: i will use browns gas.
Meaning, that i will not use strait dc but a 100hz pulsed powersupply.


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Re: Most efficient tubelar cell from Wouter Oosthuizen waterfuelforall
« Reply #10 on: June 04, 2020, 17:01:56 pm »
Maybe i will give it a try to change the pulse frequency to the Schumann 7,8hz.
There must be a relation between the hydrogen ions from the sun, the storms and lightnings on earth.

An eletromagnetic reaction? I seen the human body react on that frequency.
And as George Wiseman said: the brownsgas ions are a nutricion and the body use that to heal it self...
So, there is a relations between 7,8h, ions, Anderson, Wiseman, and thunder and lightning


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Re: Most efficient tubelar cell from Wouter Oosthuizen waterfuelforall
« Reply #11 on: June 04, 2020, 17:34:56 pm »
Not to forget: i will use browns gas.
Meaning, that i will not use strait dc but a 100hz pulsed powersupply.

I always had the impression that Browns Gas was hho infused with water vapor.

The original patent for turpentine infusion shows a cell filled with vertical nonconcentric spiral electrodes.  This produces ortho-hydrogen.  Similar to the horizontal magnetic coil above the tube electrodes in the Exogen patent by Stan's brother.  An accurate comparison with acetone should use the same type of fuel gas.

The MultiPlaz welding torch drops the temperature by 'infusing' alcohol at the point-of-production arc electrodes.  (Powered by two phases from different breakers).

And my T-Spark will melt a big glob of copper almost instantly, with NO gas.  So I think the atomic hydrogen torch, with gas blown through an arc, is still the best starting point, for me.

That was a nice video.  Thanks for posting it.

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magnetic polarisation from tubes in tubular wfc? any ideas? Help!
« Reply #12 on: June 05, 2020, 18:17:15 pm »
I have heared that it is important to measure the tubes magnetic field.
But i do not know how to put the tubes in the tubular cell, polisation wise.
1 tube with the north on top and the next one with the south to the top?
Or all north poles to the top?
Any ideas?

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Re: Most efficient tubelar cell from Wouter Oosthuizen waterfuelforall
« Reply #13 on: June 05, 2020, 21:00:21 pm »
With both poles at the top, that's where the field would concentrate.  For field uniformity the poles should be at opposite ends.

I don't expect much field strength with a single turn configuration, unless you're using magnetic current.  That would require an interruptor between an inductor and it's connection to a tube.  Unless you're using biphasic energy.  Then North would come from an inductor and South from its series capacitor.

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Re: Most efficient tubelar cell from Wouter Oosthuizen waterfuelforall
« Reply #14 on: June 07, 2020, 00:26:24 am »
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Re: Most efficient tubelar cell from Wouter Oosthuizen waterfuelforall
« Reply #15 on: June 07, 2020, 01:23:38 am »
That looks like a crop circle.  There's a good chance he's using shape resonance - associated with biphasic energy - for the charges to self organize.  This a good approach to free energy.  Or at least a high efficiency system.