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Author Topic: Energy from water arc explosions  (Read 14750 times)

Offline Zephir

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Re: Energy from water arc explosions
« Reply #30 on: April 16, 2017, 03:04:43 PM »
Well, this is how typical dedicated troll of overunity forum looks like. He's is indeed too stupid for being real agent - but he acts as reliably.
He is attracted to informative posts instinctively -  but you can never read something substantial from him, as he deals with persons only, not with overunity links and information. This activity substitutes social life for him: an illustrative example of why the moderation of board is necessary.

Offline ChileanOne

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Re: Energy from water arc explosions
« Reply #31 on: July 04, 2019, 02:18:04 AM »
It's a real shame this thread became so stranded from the interesting topic and became an insulting ground. I hope we can get back on trail.
There's a blog from a Stanford undergaduate student that earned a grant of USD1500 and spent it all reproducing the results of Graneau's water arc explosions, with different shots measuring excess energy in the range between 1,2 to 28 times the electric arc input energy vs the caloric/kinetic/and luminous energy output from the explosion. His last post is from Dec 2015, but he explains all his methods and published all the results, so we can say that he basically proved that Graneau was right and that there is overunity in water arc explosions, so, where's his overunity prize????