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Author Topic: stiffening the aether  (Read 4638 times)

Offline raburgeson

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stiffening the aether
« on: September 21, 2006, 03:19:39 AM »
I've been using auto coils lately both with and without cores. I pulled the core out of one to test it to see if I could reach higher frequencies, This works. I was driving a coil with core (32000 volt V8 gm from 8 cyl. truck) at 533.33... frequency betting the stiffening would not allow any extraction of hydrogen. I was correct, not one bubble. Either something was very wrong with my circuit or the half inch scrap piece of aluminium was permiated with something very toxic. I got very sick during the experiment. I did run the circuit long enough to be sure and it was functioning, when I lifted the grounded element with a paint paddle it fired an arc to the water and created ozone. I was using an unshielded solid copper ignition wire, the insulation is excellent but was wondering if anyone thinks this may have caused the sickness. But I have to tell you I really suspect the scrap I was using for a heat sink. I put it in a bag with the ignition module still on it and I'll get it out with the garbage Thursday.