I have posted something similiar to this before but it got some stick for being bs but i think there is more to it. I have actually tried this exact
same experiment above a conductor and instant levitation is achieved, anyhow if there is anybody knowledgeable in this area or with a degree or
something in physics dont hesitate in your posting.
ufo3 you tried this and it really worked? Did it cost alot to do the experiment?
I just started looking into the site pretty interesting, I find it very interesting that this coil produces alot of heat and there have been cases of
people getting close to UFOs and getting burned or not even being able to get close because of the heat.
Yes, all u need is some wire (doesnt even need to be copper) about 16 gauge will do, i used 110 coils and it worked brilliantly. First u need a
conductor that is fairly thick say 0.5 cm to place the coil on then simply connect it up to the mains and flick the switch. It is better to use
seperate switch from the one on the wall (like we have in the uk not sure about us) because it will wreck it after a couple of goes. And dont forget
to use seperate fuse wire too (i used 15A wire).
Note that the coil will heat up very quickly and u will need to leave it to cool off, assuming u use conventional mains power. Do this at ur own risk!
dont blame me if u get fried.
I forgot to asks if it could be dangerous seems you should know what your doing before you plug anything into your wall socket. Do you think a 2nd Gen
device might be able to work without the need for a conductor?
The heat this thing produces reminds my of a famous UFO case the Falcon Lake Incident
I think it could be possible it could work without a conductor underneath i really feel there could be something here. Thanks for the link i have seen
the same kind of idea before and some ufo's bear a striking resemblence to a heated coil when viewed from below.
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