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Author Topic: Petrovoltaic Cells  (Read 17812 times)

Offline DrJones

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Re: Petrovoltaic Cells
« Reply #15 on: January 16, 2018, 02:08:39 AM »
  I watched a little of the video, Chet - thanks for posting.


 Beginning about 17 minutes, he does an expt with graphite and charcoal (I think those are the ingredients he specified) and shows the material becoming magnetic.  Certainly NOT definitive for transmutation of carbon into iron (!), but an interesting claim nonetheless - that should be testable.

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Re: Petrovoltaic Cells
« Reply #15 on: January 16, 2018, 02:08:39 AM »

Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Petrovoltaic Cells
« Reply #16 on: January 16, 2018, 02:58:25 AM »
Thanks Doc.


I had similar thoughts,
Earlier in life I may have entertained the idea he puts forth
of transmutation.


But after the experiments shared by David Lambright,
we now know that any material can be turned into a magnet.
some just require a greater energy density to magnetize them.


Carbon certainly cannot be excluded from this.




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Re: Petrovoltaic Cells
« Reply #17 on: January 16, 2018, 02:32:19 PM »
Ok so,
I’ve been digging a little
It seems there is some credibility to this


First, I came across a few old newspaper clips
random people in places claiming to have “rock batteries”
(of course our famous crystal battery woo-hoo is all up in that one)


Then I came across some scientific studies that shed a little light on the subject.


First, a study done in 1980 on the magnetotelluric properties of Granite.
They examined contaminants and water content as their primary variables.
Data was gathered of resistance, and thermal-dependent conductivity
As well as base-electrical properties, and electrical excitation energy.


Studies undertaken by the IEEE, using granite as a dielectric between capacitor plates
for use in RF-resonators.


And studies by other groups about piezoelectric effects of granites
thermal-piezoelectric effects, thermoelectric effects, and thermomagnetic effects.
The rabbit hole on this one seems very deep.


I am told that Oxford University has an entire filing cabinet full of this stuff, I will see
what I can do about tracking down some of that information, and post anything useful.


It seems there are many variables, including water content, metallic content, temperature,
ambient electric and magnetic fields, as well as silicate content.


Perhaps some random rock experiments are in order?


 

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