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J. Miller / Re: Stanley Meyer Environmental Tape "Full" released!
« Last post by Hidden on July 19, 2017, 20:38:17 pm »
Sebosfato / Re: Electrode resisitivity
« Last post by Hidden on July 17, 2017, 04:51:52 am »
That kind of voltage distribution might be advantageous when using the lengthwise resonance. Or even accelerating ions.

It's doubtful that rod resistance would be suitable for use as the choke's current limiting resister.  That resistance slows the choke capacitor's discharge to 20 percent remaining by the next charging pulse.  Each pulse from the choke will then be 20 percent higher than its prior pulse.  So the value of the choke resister must be carefully calculated, or determined experimentally.
J. Miller / Re: Stanley Meyer Environmental Tape "Full" released!
« Last post by Hidden on July 14, 2017, 22:20:45 pm »

I saw that this tape was posted by dan donatelli on russ gries' siter
Sebosfato / Electrode resisitivity
« Last post by Hidden on July 10, 2017, 20:25:58 pm »
Hello I just thought about the resistivity of our electrode and how it will influence the electric force and current distribution at the cell

Check the drawing

Basically having a long electrode and applying the power at one side only will cause a voltage drop over its length... if we get a second electrode where the ground is applied

Now having a third electrode would cause the resistive electrode to cause a second current to flow

Steve / Re: My Horvath replication project by Steve
« Last post by Hidden on July 06, 2017, 23:10:06 pm »
Thanks Fabio.
Then ill gues that tje drawing of th3 transformer coil is not far away from the truth...

Update: I finished the drawings of the cathode and anode. Now i need to find somebody with a cnc machine who can handle this work.
Some one told me something about 5 directions?
Will be continued
Sebosfato / Re: The electromagnetic force propagation
« Last post by Hidden on July 04, 2017, 22:09:33 pm »
If we think of the coil as a capacitor with unbalanced charge the thicker the wire the more charge will need to be displaced to have a certain voltage this mean greater input of energy but greater capacity of doing work in the form of current

Sebosfato / Re: The electromagnetic connection
« Last post by Hidden on July 04, 2017, 22:01:07 pm »
This is one idea of it
Hardkrome / Re: Puharich
« Last post by Hidden on July 03, 2017, 21:42:44 pm »
Just as a precaution, so the free energy leaders can't patent this stuff to screw you over. Here is a diagram and some more detail.

Modifying a dry cell involves a bit of re-thinking. In this case 2 plates would become one polarity and one plate, with the magnets and vibrator in between.  Since most can not slot the plates and do not have a milling machine. The alternative option would be coating the plates. I wouldn't coat the whole plate, I would instead paint stripes across them. To do this you need the nano high heat ceramic paint that you bake on at 500F.  You also have to add your own nano I.R. mixture to the paint. I also used activated carbon and graphene with it and made it conductive. I would sandblast the plates also for max adhesion.

In any case you want something vibrating those plates to exploit the double electric layer. Since we are not slotting the plates, I would take one of them and some oil based clay and press a plate down into some of the clay, leaving an impression with walls.  Fill it with some molding silicone,(let it cure) then put the magnets and vibrator in it, along with any resistors for the vibrator. Then fill the rest of it up.  That silicone will bond to itself, just as if it was all poured at the same time.  We would also modify our electrolyte with nano particles.

Making the coating conductive, exploits the super capacitor technology.

People like to use smooth plates instead of sanded plates on these things, because they aren't smart enough to exploit the double electric layer by adding surface area and vibrating it. You do not want to coat the whole plates, unless your really good at making the coating conductive.  That means very low resistance.

So now our coating is doing 2 things, not one.  Making the coating out of anything else will lead to failure. It will blow right off.

Vibration of the plates can be done by various means, such as ultra sonic, pizeo electric or any other type of Vibration.
Vibration of the cell or cells can be done internal or external to the cell or cells
Modification of the electrolyte solution can incorporate any type of Nano, near or far infrared emitting ceramic, Which can include any I.R. emitting oxide.
The I.R. emitting  ceramic or solution can contain nano magnetic particles.
The I.R. emitting ceramic or solution can contain nano Graphite or Graphene particles to make the ceramic or solution conductive.
Plate configuration size and or shape can take on various sizes.  Tubular cells can also be concentrically arranged for the process.
I.R. emitting ceramic nano particles can be embedded within silicone and placed between plates having windows cut thru them so I.R. can pass thru into the electrolyte.
A Ceramic coating consisting of nano particle infrared emitting particles, which can also include magnetic, or conductive particles can be painted or coated on the plates or any other surface within the cell or cells or outside the cells.
Heat sinking of the device can include aluminum, copper or any other metal that will conduct thermal energy. Said metal can be partially in contact with the electrolyte and the atmosphere for cooling purposes.
A polyurethane/epoxy/polyester or any other type of liquid casting resin can be embedded with infrared emitting ceramic particles upon casting to also enhance the process. Said resin can be molded to be part of the container or containment vessel for the electrolyte.

When I decide to add more detail. I will combine this thread with the Efficient Decomposition of Water thread.

Hardkrome / Re: Puharich
« Last post by Hidden on July 03, 2017, 07:13:26 am »
Magnets excite this stuff also. This is why I added them to the process. That's a double bonus.

Far infrared magnet therapy paste (as an example)
CN 202355703 U
Hardkrome / Re: Puharich
« Last post by Hidden on July 02, 2017, 08:58:22 am »
One download of the patent. Very Very Sad.

This is state of the art new technology. The Chinese are spitting out I.R. Patents left and right.

  I'm not here to make you all blueprints on something that is relatively simple to do. I'm sure we will see our resident gold diggers trying to sell stuff based on this very soon. This is why I told them what to use and how to do it. I have already thought ahead. I even bypassed the patents for you. Your welcome.

Far infrared (FIR) radiation (λ = 3–100 μm) is a subdivision of the electromagnetic spectrum that has been investigated for biological effects. The goal of this review is to cover the use of a further sub-division (3– 12 μm) of this waveband, that has been observed in both in vitro and in vivo studies, to stimulate cells and tissue, and is considered a promising treatment modality for certain medical conditions. Technological advances have provided new techniques for delivering FIR radiation to the human body. Specialty lamps and saunas, delivering pure FIR radiation (eliminating completely the near and mid infrared bands), have became safe, effective, and widely used sources to generate therapeutic effects. Fibers impregnated with FIR emitting ceramic nanoparticles and woven into fabrics, are being used as garments and wraps to generate FIR radiation, and attain health benefits from its effects.

In the IR radiation bands, only FIR transfers energy purely in the form of heat which can be perceived by the thermoreceptors in human skin as radiant heat [1]. Not only is FIR absorbed by the human body but it is also emitted by the body in the form of black body radiation (3–50 μm with an output peak at 9.4 μm).

In this regard, the dynamics of water-clusters has attracted considerable interest since there is a noticeable difference with respect to the dynamics of bulk-liquid-water, and this may have significant implications in biological environments. Local changes in the molecular environment (caused by solvation or confinement) are shown to affect substantially the translational and vibrational modes in FIR frequency range. It is found that water cluster size and temperature affect the FIR absorption spectrum significantly

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