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Title: Blinkyblue uses magnesium for water to electricity conversion.
Post by: stevensrd1 on April 29, 2012, 04:55:52 PM
Blinkyblue uses pure magnesium as negative electrodes and copper as positive. These in water wired in series with nothing more then pure water generates electricity. Several led lights are shown powered by pure water. No acids, salts or chemicals of any kind are used, just pure water. You can view blinkyblue on the live webcam usually on 24/7 at http://blinkyblue.zapto.org (http://blinkyblue.zapto.org/)
Title: Re: Blinkyblue uses magnesium for water to electricity conversion.
Post by: mscoffman on December 29, 2012, 08:44:21 PM
 To All;

It would be possible to build a working HJ motor *analog* using:

(1)Rock Crystal Batteries aka. Petrolithic Batteries, or
(2)Magnesium vs Copper Water Batteries, or
(3)Bedini Crystal Battery Cells

The construction of these batteries are described in yahoo.groups
and on other topic post on overunity.com web site. These are
basically low and medium powered electrical batteries that
need no recharge to continue operating.

What one would do is build a round [plastic] rotor slice that
is divided into six pie shaped rotors segments. The batteries
would be built into the rotor segments then all six would be
wired in series and sealed. The builder would then insert six
identical PC printed circuit boards along the flat tops of each
of the six pie shaped segments. Each small PC board contains
a simple Bedini motor drive circuit with it's appropriate motor
drive coil - a magnetic mirror circuit. Each board would be
wired in parallel to the serial output of the batteries. One
would now have a self contained, automatically actuated magnetic
motor rotor slice. By inserting each rotor segment into a circular array of
permanent field magnets, a motor is constructed that should
run "forever" with no other input power. Any magic is totally
in the nonrechargable batteries - the rest is "standard"
engineering design. The circular field array could contain
more or less then six permanent magnets stations to optimize
current draw versus mechanical output power from the batteries.

Multiple rotor slices can be stacked on a single rotor shaft
using multiple field arrays to multiply motor power. Once rotor
slices are available, every other motor detail is simple, all
with very low parts count.

If anyone builds this I would appreciate being able to purchase
one.

:S:MarkSCoffman
Title: Re: Blinkyblue uses magnesium for water to electricity conversion.
Post by: stevensrd1 on June 05, 2018, 12:32:40 PM
I posted the video on blinkyblue ages ago it seems. Even started a fund raiser to perfect the water battery more at https://fundrazr.com/01KBhc?ref=tw_a77LPd_ab_6t4oRQLqr4b6t4oRQLqr4b (https://fundrazr.com/01KBhc?ref=tw_a77LPd_ab_6t4oRQLqr4b6t4oRQLqr4b) Anyway Its all progressed to a much much smaller fingernail size drycell battery now, but still based on the basic water battery design. You can catch the video on it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5s1kHpbKj0 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5s1kHpbKj0)
Title: Re: Blinkyblue uses magnesium for water to electricity conversion.
Post by: therium on September 05, 2019, 02:53:48 PM
I posted the video on blinkyblue ages ago it seems. Even started a fund raiser to perfect the water battery more at https://fundrazr.com/01KBhc?ref=tw_a77LPd_ab_6t4oRQLqr4b6t4oRQLqr4b (https://fundrazr.com/01KBhc?ref=tw_a77LPd_ab_6t4oRQLqr4b6t4oRQLqr4b) Anyway Its all progressed to a much much smaller fingernail size drycell battery now, but still based on the basic water battery design. You can catch the video on it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5s1kHpbKj0 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5s1kHpbKj0)

I can't see the video on Youtube as it's marked as private.