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-Introduction to Electrodynamics (3rd Edition)

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webmug:
Check all the videos from Puharich (again)
http://www.ionizationx.com/index.php/topic,1154.0.html

He talks about the "resonance cavity" design, which is very pretty important.
He describes that the HHO is poring out from the inside electrode coated with a special insulator, where the hydrolysis is happening.

Looking at his lectures reminds me of Stan talk...

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Steve:

--- Quote from: webmug on January 28, 2010, 17:27:44 pm ---Check all the videos from Puharich (again)
http://www.ionizationx.com/index.php/topic,1154.0.html

He talks about the "resonance cavity" design, which is very pretty important.
He describes that the HHO is poring out from the inside electrode coated with a special insulator, where the hydrolysis is happening.

Looking at his lectures reminds me of Stan talk...

br,
Webmug

--- End quote ---

Hmm, maybe they where brothers too..... ;)

webmug:
Puharich talks about "magneto phonon effect" Magneto phonon Resonance (MPR) on a none linear load.

The "resonance cavity" works just like a "microwave resonance cavity" but not at high frequencies. He talks about in the audio range frequencies.

AC sine wave, phonon waves, sidebands, modulator, 2-3sec. relaxing time rotating, LC series resonance, amplitude amplifier...

Strange effect:
"None linear load sine waves become square wave pulses with high frequencies on the square wave"
Due the AC signal on the electrodes in the cavity with water in it, pulse signals are formed?

More stuff to think about:
Puharich used the same approach/circuit for the electrodes, amplitude independent.
What does Stan mean with "unipolar pulses", gate "molecule relaxation time"?
Puharich is feeding a AC signal, Stan feeding pulses? It's reverse signal, why? Both using a form of LC series resonance, resonance cavity?

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Dankie:

--- Quote from: webmug on January 28, 2010, 23:11:06 pm ---Puharich talks about "magneto phonon effect" Magneto phonon Resonance (MPR) on a none linear load.

The "resonance cavity" works just like a "microwave resonance cavity" but not at high frequencies. He talks about in the audio range frequencies.

AC sine wave, phonon waves, sidebands, modulator, 2-3sec. relaxing time rotating, LC series resonance, amplitude amplifier...

Strange effect:
"None linear load sine waves become square wave pulses with high frequencies on the square wave"
Due the AC signal on the electrodes in the cavity with water in it, pulse signals are formed?

More stuff to think about:
Puharich used the same approach/circuit for the electrodes, amplitude independent.
What does Stan mean with "unipolar pulses", gate "molecule relaxation time"?
Puharich is feeding a AC signal, Stan feeding pulses? It's reverse signal, why? Both using a form of LC series resonance, resonance cavity?

br,
webmug

--- End quote ---

He mentions the pulses becoming unipolar stangely enough , that was when the water was very clean and acted like a capacitor .

You probably cant find an engineer who ever heard of that and can explain it to you .

I beat ya Puharich was still uncovering things himself, nobody is saying that he knew everything about what he was doing.

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