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Author Topic: Is this claim real?  (Read 495 times)

Offline oopsies

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Is this claim real?
« on: August 26, 2021, 07:59:58 PM »
Hello, I'm new and wanted to ask some questions after lurking a bit. Sorry if I'm posting in the wrong place... I'm having a difficult time figuring out where to post a general questions.

I saw this video: https://youtu.be/HJylD7xpEiU?t=159

And after the experiment, the author suggests that "the earth responded" with a "free" spark? I don't know the terminology... I was just wondering if what is claimed in these videos is fake or real?

I also watched the videos from this channel (https://www.youtube.com/c/TammySIII/videos) on the motors and magnets. But again, is what he's claiming about bifilar coils and 3-phase induction real or fake? Too many fake stuff out there and I lack the knowledge to be able to tell between what's real and what's not. Hoping someone can shed some light. Thanks!