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I have established that the V shape causes the rod to keep moving in one direction. Thus when I apply the V shape to a cylinder it should spin... get it?
I recently purchased a whole heap of electronics and magnets and stuff like that so I should have most of the things I need to build some sort of free energy machine. However, I'm not really sure where to start.
So why is this different?
YES! The diagram in the video is wrong. There are two annotations in the video stating that . There is no connection between the transistor base and the (-) rail.
So what do you have?
This isn't different, I'm replicating the freaking thing to see if it actually works. That was just a test I did to figure out how the magnets needed to be aligned. I figured I may as well film it just to prove the V shape does cause thrust.
I am planning to overcome the 'bump' by using the 'cam' thing which was shown in other videos. So as it turns the rod will be lifted over the part which stops it. That will be the hardest part I think.
Originally posted by yellowsnow
I have a plan for Thermolysis that i haven't tried yet. According to the numbers it should work.
main summery= It takes 3200c and over to break down a water molecule to HHO. Plasma reaches temp. over 15,000c. So make a plasma ball. Then run water vapor from an ultra sonic fogger, through quartz tubing, very close to the plasma. This should break down to fast produced on demand HHO.
Plasma ball= I was thinking a simple arc with HHO blown across (atomic hydrogen torch) using a plasma torch head.. Make a sustained arc and use an electrolysis cell for HHO production (for start up only)
So you get a small plasma ball going, then pipe the water vapor through the quartz tubing and the out put should be HHO. Then once running it should (by the numbers) produce enough HHO to switch from the electrolysis cell to using some of it's own output to sustain the plasma and take over for the electrolysis cell, and still produce extra HHO.
Then you are down to the power used by the fogger (small amount) and the power used to sustain the electric arc.
My theory is their will be enough extra HHO to run a combustion engine that is connected to a generator head.
Some of this idea comes from looking into plasma reactors used in the CVD diamond process. Which use microwave plasma reactor to make a plasma ball to make lab made diamond. Their plasma reactors only use 1500watts. But using a microwave seems to be overly complicated. But they do use quartz tubing with hydrogen piped in to contain and make the plasma.