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Offline Paul-R

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John Worrell Keely - water splitting
« on: August 24, 2017, 05:26:09 PM »
I notice that Lidl are selling ultrasonic cleaners which run, so they say, at 46khz, for £19 each. From this Sunday, Aug 27th for about three days only.
The item is posted on their site
Is it likely that we could get into it and alter the running frequency from 40khz to 42.8Khz?
If so, stuff may happen.

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Re: John Worrell Keely - water splitting
« Reply #2 on: April 13, 2022, 01:04:34 AM »
Keely did testing of splitting water by cell resonance and harmonic ratios applied. Back in 1800's he used array of tuning forks and nodes presented on wires of platinum , gold, and silver. I was amazed when reading a later chapter in book- Keely And His Discoveries. After doing a hundred expulsion tests of small brass water chamber he was surprised to find a gummy substance he could not account for. Back then, it was not generally known about deuterium, heavy water. About every 5000 molecules of tap water has deuterium, which has the consistency of glycerin. WOW. I knew then, it was not made up data by Keely. He said he could control the forces of nature with thirds ratios! His 3 lab books were published about 1892 , but can't be found. A summary of the 3 is available from SVP. it's called The Snell Manuscript. See also picture of Keely Disintegrator. That is what he used with water samples . It has the fibonacci spiral rods vibrators, hollow brass ball, adjustable tuning mechanisms, platinum wires storage, rear hollow pressure chamber, and central wind up timer.