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Big bang theory
« on: April 24, 2012, 23:31:35 pm »
What if the end result of Meyers system was to create a die-electric breakdown, like Lindemann explained?
Just a big discharge of a certain amount of joules in a certain amount of time?


Just a bit like this?
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Re: Big bang theory
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2012, 04:11:05 am »
Don't know my friend i still think his work were related to collisions... just like the fracture cell patent explains...

I think a too big discharge would expense too much energy... not sure if i understood what you mean...

Lindemann explains what he calls a dielectric breakdown... i think is his explanation is meaning less.

The fact that the water dissociates under application of a unipolar field is known the problem is that even this is meaning less because water do this all the time... The thing is the mechanism to stabilize the gas molecules so they can get out of water and not recombine. ...

Meyer system is related to multipacting in my point of view...

Check the faraday ice pail experiment..
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