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ibpointless2:
As many may already know I've been working on crystal cells that are really something. It started off when I was working on Bedini crystal cells and such but I started to branch off on my types of cells. So far I have 2 good cells, the Crystal Glue Cell and the Stove top cell.

I have found with the right mix of crystals you can make a battery like device that powers loads. The Stove cell has is being tested by Lidmotor with his penny oscillator and has been running for over 2 months now. The crystal glue cell is a cell that will recharge itself to its original voltage when left alone. I know some of the claims will be crazy but I'll offer videos for you to watch and give you the ingredients so you can make your own conclusions. The hardest thing to swallow about these cells is there lack of water. I believe that water has been the reason why galvanic cells die, so if you use no water you cells should last for a long time.

The crystal glue cells is Elmer's glue, salt substitute, Epsom salt with copper and magnesium electrodes.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ngFfU1hHyM

The stove top cell
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EWATxAJooE
or Lidmotor's way
http://youtu.be/8t8hurXyp1E


I've been through the ringer with these cells. Many people believe that these cells still use water due to the glue and/or the Epsom salt. here's a video proving that the cells don't use water to run. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gb-CiuuSP8Y

Heres a video of it powering a LED
http://youtu.be/ufflp77mcWE

Here's a video of it powering a LCD clock
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLgs7CIBVgY

Check out my channel on YouTube for more videos on these Cells. Let me know what you guys think.

lasersaber:
I am testing a crystal cell right now.  I have a live streaming video of it running a motor on my website home page.  It just keeps going day after day.  Here's the link: http://laserhacker.com/

These kind of cells really work great!

jbignes5:
 Great to see you both here. I too am gonna be doing this extensively. Just got to get a few more things and I will be doing the experiments as well.

 One thing I'm gonna be doing is trying to see if geometry of the design has anything to do with the capabilities of these batteries. Most of my experiments will be centered around the cylindrical batteries.

 The mix I'll be tinkering with will be the borax type as I think this is gonna be the best results.

 @IB could we get some more info on the big battery you have been experimenting with just to be clear what is working well?

 Has anyone checked to see what the difference in the metals you are using, ie. weight of each electrode and the ratio to each other? I'm thinking something in the mass in each different metals is causing an imbalance. I believe this is where it is getting it's initial potential difference to setup the crystal matrix in=side of the cell. 1 gram of each metal will be different in charge I'm betting. If we delicately balance the electrodes we might get a better reaction of the cells output. This should be studied as well!

ibpointless2:

--- Quote from: lasersaber on November 02, 2011, 10:09:26 PM ---I am testing a crystal cell right now.  I have a live streaming video of it running a motor on my website home page.  It just keeps going day after day.  Here's the link: http://laserhacker.com/

These kind of cells really work great!

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What crystal cell are you using?

ibpointless2:

--- Quote from: jbignes5 on November 03, 2011, 01:54:46 AM --- Great to see you both here. I too am gonna be doing this extensively. Just got to get a few more things and I will be doing the experiments as well.

 One thing I'm gonna be doing is trying to see if geometry of the design has anything to do with the capabilities of these batteries. Most of my experiments will be centered around the cylindrical batteries.

 The mix I'll be tinkering with will be the borax type as I think this is gonna be the best results.

 @IB could we get some more info on the big battery you have been experimenting with just to be clear what is working well?

 Has anyone checked to see what the difference in the metals you are using, ie. weight of each electrode and the ratio to each other? I'm thinking something in the mass in each different metals is causing an imbalance. I believe this is where it is getting it's initial potential difference to setup the crystal matrix in=side of the cell. 1 gram of each metal will be different in charge I'm betting. If we delicately balance the electrodes we might get a better reaction of the cells output. This should be studied as well!

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The big Crystal cell is just Elmer's glue, salt substitute, and Epsom salt with copper tube and a lot of magnesium ribbon. The key to the power is to use both sides of the magnesium ribbon, you must think in three dimensions. I'm working on a way to simplify it and then i'll make a how to video on how to make this cell and even bigger ones. The crystal glue cell (the big blue one and others) and the Stove top cells (the one that runs Lidmotor penny oscillator) are the ones that are doing good. I may have a new crystal cell (Elmers glue, Cream of tartar, Epsom salt, and Salt substitute) that i'm testing out.

I don't think weight of the metal is important. The amount of metal touching the crystal is important. This why John Bedini likes using the star shape, it gives him the most surface area.

From my experiences with these cells I've found that Borax would super charge the cells, but it came at a price. Some but not all of the cells that had borax would never fully recharge back to the original voltage. The borax can be a hit or miss, but if used right it can make a powerful cell.

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