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posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 05:04 PM
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I just came across this little pearl that seems to violate the laws of physics. It is a metallic pile with a difference, the voltage generated seems to be way off the charts, he is claiming that something is going down, which with the pile arranged in the correct way it could power a house with the size of a cigarette packet. He thinks it's an ion transfer. This is a good one for the boiffins on ATS, it seems that a normal zinc copper pile with a separator and small neodymium magnets does something hitherto untried have a look. Mods feel free to move if required. www.bitchute.com...



posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 05:09 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

What is it that you want to say?



posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 05:18 PM
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That was really interesting! My husband's degree is in electronics so I'm having him watch the video now.

Wouldn't it be great if it were that simple?

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ETA: He thinks it's interesting, but notes volts mean little; it's the amps that are needed to actually power anything. The guy should have included an amp reading, so we He-lol) may have to experiment.

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posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 05:23 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

I can't do the bitchute... Sounds like a battery... What's going on?



posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 05:27 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

Yeh, the dude has made a battery of sorts.

Free energy this is not.

For comparison, the likes of Potato batteries produce about 0.2 milliamperes and can generate 0.5 volts.


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posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 05:48 PM
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It seems like he's building a battery.

What would be interesting to see is if he does a comparison to see if there's any difference in how long his battery lasts vs a normal battery.



posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 05:51 PM
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a reply to: andy06shake

NVM
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posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 06:02 PM
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This is just a common battery experiment with copper and zinc electrodes. The paper is wet with some saltwater, viniger or some other chemically active substance. The magnets are only there for clamps and to seperate the individial cells of the battery.

The experiment is usually done with a single cell but the magnets do allow a multicell battery to be constructed easily.

It has the problem of all chemical batteries, they go dead with use and time. Not free energy in any way.
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posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 06:43 PM
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The voltage lights the small LED quite brightly .A normal zinc-copper pile would need far more, than what he has to do the job. Unless he is faking it, it is showing that the normal flow of electrons in the pile is being souped up by the magnets, which they do anyway in an electric generator! The magnets usually pull the spare electrons, if they are moving which induces a current in the copper wires. He seems to be doing it statically.



posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 07:52 PM
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It's a gradeschool science project on how batteries work being sold to dummies as another bogus free energy trick.



posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 10:58 PM
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This is something I already have researched. It does not actually create energy, with the zinc and copper it creates a current if assembled right, and the magnets would increase the power that goes through it and possibly collect the energy from the surface tension or charge in what ever it touches and send it through the circuit. Same basic principal as the guy who created voltage from a unit that hangs on a tree to power a light...patented it and sold the patent and nothing was done with it.

In the video he holds onto the end and to complete the light circuit he holds one lead then touches the bulb other wire to the unit, he is drawing the energy from himself and sending it through the bulb.

I never thought about the magnets in my monkeying with this technology, but I did consider strong magnets and a catalyst to separate water into gases to burn in a burner similar to a oil furnace burner unit...with the transformer and electrodes igniting the water. Never actually tried this, but I think it could work and have everything I need to make this happen. I also have supplies to build an energy source to tap the energy that flows from the earth to the sky, that includes copper and zinc also but I have it figured to have a single top and bottom then a collector on the outside sort of like you would find on a generator or electric motor. The magnets may help to increase the output so I have learned this from this video.

But the above mechanism would only create a smaller amount of electricity, not enough to run my furnace or water pump unless I figured out how to store the power and how to also work in a solar system in conjunction with it. Then I could also make a heat to cold system to create energy, with copper and zinc being used again, they already make some of those you can connect to a woodstove to run a circulating fan and another one that can charge a battery...again, it may be able to supply just fifty watts of power, not enough alone to keep a freezer going.

I also picked up some diodes to experiment with...notice the light worked one way but not the other, that is because the led is oriented and if you wanted to use the other lead you would have to turn the magnet thing around.

The magnets could be accentuating the unit and increasing energy imput through the unit by pulling it into the unit, increasing the transfer of ions going between the copper and zinc.....I also like the paper added between the copper and zinc, I never thought about that, it would buffer the energy flow to make it work longer.

This would work great in a headlamp for your head, the energy it takes probably won't hurt anyone, or just in case, make a flashlight that is fueled by the energy flowing in our skin. Someone will probably figure a way to make that into a weight loss product, lose weight by your skin fueling a light or radio or cell phone.
They will make more money with that sales pitch in America than with saving batteries.



posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 11:22 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

The LED is a diode i noticed it must have enough oomph to open the flow through the diode. I have tried similar experiments with similar-sized things and never got it to light that strongly. The poper might cause it to act like a capacitor and boost it as well.



posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 11:26 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

I wanna see what happens if you scale this up to let's say, 10 feet tall.

I'm assuming a magnet the size of a man hole cover is expensive or doesn't exist. Knowing how magnetic fields interact with each other, you wouldn't need a man hold size magnet and the fields would be reacting much more complex.



posted on Oct, 15 2022 @ 11:50 PM
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originally posted by: anonentity
a reply to: rickymouse

The LED is a diode i noticed it must have enough oomph to open the flow through the diode. I have tried similar experiments with similar-sized things and never got it to light that strongly. The poper might cause it to act like a capacitor and boost it as well.



I actually did get one small LED to light from the surface charge on a tree, but I did not think that it was worth investing in making a harness for twenty trees to gather enough juice to run lights and maybe a tv in the house. After figuring this out and testing it, I found that someone had already patented the lights for trees, so I gave up on it as a way of gaining income. His patent got bought up and buried by some big company.....wish I would have designed that earlier, I could have got rich selling the patent before he did....but that is life. That surface charge does protect the tree from disease I found from research so it is iffy if robbing too much would harm the trees or not, so I am sort of happy that that patent got buried.

I had spent about fifty bucks buying leds and some other electronic things to build my project years ago, I still have all the stuff I bought from Radio shack in a drawer so I could make it work. I thought it might be cool to have the outside trees have christmas lights on them, but I think it would be cheaper now to have a tiny solar panel and battery on them to get that done. Also, as the tree grows, the energy collection wire would be gobbled up by the bark....the charge is on the outermost part of the bark. So the collector would have to hang on the tree and have a rubber bungiecord to allow for growth. Also the zinc and copper are depleted over time, the unit would have to be redone after a few years. I have the stuff to make a dozen of them still in stock in case I someday will need them. The fifty bucks did not include the wire, I have quite a bit of that....lighting around the house even with a little light will deter thieves from breaking in....they will just steal my lights and be happy.



posted on Oct, 16 2022 @ 12:07 AM
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a reply to: rickymouse

Did you check out the old earth batteries they used for the Australian telegraph? It seemed that they lasted indefinitely my conclusion was that the ground return ionized the earth around them and after a while they just worked on the telluric currents.



posted on Oct, 16 2022 @ 02:39 AM
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I think there is fakery going on here. One of the items in the pile is most likely a button cell battery that is the same size and thickness that the other pieces were modelled on. The LED's would certainly light and the voltage would show on the meter since everything on either side of the battery was conductive.

My opinion and any time I see anything like this that looks like a free lunch.

edit on 16-10-2022 by charlyv because: sp



posted on Oct, 16 2022 @ 05:30 AM
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That sounds way cool, got a link dude(tte)?

a reply to: anonentity



posted on Oct, 16 2022 @ 05:38 AM
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Advanced technologies, which are used in the SECRET space program, have been suppressed for decades.

If we the people can prevail in "the Great Reset," WE can benefit from them.



posted on Oct, 16 2022 @ 07:17 AM
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Advanced technologies, which are used in the SECRET space program, have been suppressed for decades.


Ah but some proof might be nice where is that now?

Let me guess, 21 and back, Montauk Project, jump rooms, solar warden, Mary Eisenhower nonsense?



If we the people can prevail in "the Great Reset," WE can benefit from them.


Again some proof of "them" might be nice, of then tangible sorts that is.



posted on Oct, 16 2022 @ 07:56 AM
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a reply to: andy06shake

You probably are demanding photographs.

I have learned about the secret space program over the years by sometimes paying for access to testimony from whistleblowers from the military. Other whistleblower testimony was free. It's been years now so I don't have links bookmarked anymore.

The links probably wouldn't convince you, anyway.

Bottom line, I'm curious, and when I want information I rely on testimony from whistleblowers who are speaking from the heart, in my opinion, and have been there, done that.







 
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