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Title: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: hartiberlin on July 26, 2005, 06:32:06 PM
Hi All,
here are the video files of the
Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration.

It is a AVI Movie splitted into several parts.
It has Microsoft MPEG-4 V2 videocodec and GSM 6.10 audio codec
and should be playable on all Windows Media Players since version 6.4

Regards, Stefan.
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: hartiberlin on July 26, 2005, 06:37:00 PM
Here is the next part
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2.1
Post by: Bruce A. Perreault on July 26, 2005, 06:41:01 PM
Stefan,

I suggest that everyone get the latest DivX 6 player from... http://www.divx.com/divx/play/download/, it is free! The files play much better on this viewer. To play the downloaded AVI video with the DivX Player you must change the .avi extention to .divx and you will be all set.

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? -Bruce P.

?? ? ??p.s. Thanks for making my video available!
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: hartiberlin on July 26, 2005, 06:43:54 PM
Bruce they also play very well with the free Mediaplayer Classic.
I converted them to use the AVI ending, so don?t rename them.
They are now 10 times smaller in file size than the originals and also
the audio is 4 times louder than before.
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: Bruce A. Perreault on July 26, 2005, 06:47:36 PM
Stefan,

How big are the files? Looks like around 5MB each. This is only 25MB total. This is excellent as long as they are still good quality. I'll have to check it out.  :)

? ? ? ? ?-Bruce P.
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: hartiberlin on July 26, 2005, 06:56:14 PM
Yes, it is about a bit less than 1 Mbytes per minute.
Okay, it is not the source quality, as they are only half the size,
but for an online presentation they are very good.

I am posting now here the second part, the first part I am still
downloading myself. Will come this evening.
The second part of your movie is in 6 splitted parts bap21.avi to bap26.avi

Now still have to upload part bap23 to bap26.avi
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: hartiberlin on July 26, 2005, 07:01:02 PM
here is the next part
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: hartiberlin on July 26, 2005, 07:07:57 PM
and the next part
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: hartiberlin on July 26, 2005, 07:22:10 PM
next part
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: Bruce A. Perreault on July 26, 2005, 07:29:19 PM
Stefan,

I just played the files using the DivX player. They play great!

 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?-Bruce P.
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: Bruce A. Perreault on July 26, 2005, 07:43:45 PM
Stefan,

I just played the last video and it is not the end of my presentation. Is this last video what you downloaded from Daniel Karnes? I hope sections have not been removed.

                      -Bruce P.
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: hartiberlin on July 26, 2005, 07:52:28 PM
last part of second movie
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: hartiberlin on July 26, 2005, 07:55:25 PM
Bruce, bap26.avi is the last part of the second movie.

By the way, did you show on the meter the claimed 1.8 volts output ?
I only saw maximum of 1.65 Volts in this demo.
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: Bruce A. Perreault on July 27, 2005, 04:14:23 PM
Stefan,

It was not a perfect demo. I had too much ground to cover. Actually, the 1.65 volts is very good using only the point of the positive test lead. If I had got around to using a screen electrode with a higher surface area you would have witnessed between 1.8 and 2 volts using the magnesium alloy fire-starter that was used for the demo. My next presentation will focus on real voltage and power.

                            -Bruce P.
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: hartiberlin on July 27, 2005, 04:46:12 PM
Hi Bruce, well at least with the Envirogen you got 17,6 Volts
that is a cell voltage of 2.2 Volts, that is pretty nice.

The question is, how long the voltage will last on a real load
like a 5 or 10 Ohm resistor.

By the way, weren?t you afraid to hold the bottle with the hot radioactive
powder in your hands ?
What kind of white powder  was it, so that the geiger counter went wild ??

Did you mix in some of this radioactive powder into your electrolyte to get the
higher voltage ?
Thanks.

Regards, Stefan.
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: hartiberlin on July 27, 2005, 04:49:56 PM
P.S: Do you also only get 1.8 Volts with the Chemalloy, cause you use this
radioactive electrolyte ?
The best I got with Durafix(Chemalloy) was 1.5 Volts, but never 1.8 Volts.
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: Bruce A. Perreault on July 27, 2005, 08:56:51 PM
Stefan,

The 17.6 volts is only the begining voltage. We can get over 18 volts.
This represents 2.25 volts per cell.

I haven't done a resistor test yet but I will be getting around to it. I am working on a newer
prototype already.

I am not afraid of the radiation. Like I said in the past, it is harmless unless your skin is
getting red. If it does not get red then there is no need for concern.

Yes, I mix the radioactive powder into my carbon base. It is used to create a window.

                      -B.A. Perreault




Hi Bruce, well at least with the Envirogen you got 17,6 Volts
that is a cell voltage of 2.2 Volts, that is pretty nice.

The question is, how long the voltage will last on a real load
like a 5 or 10 Ohm resistor.

By the way, weren?t you afraid to hold the bottle with the hot radioactive
powder in your hands ?
What kind of white powder? was it, so that the geiger counter went wild ??

Did you mix in some of this radioactive powder into your electrolyte to get the
higher voltage ?
Thanks.

Regards, Stefan.

Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: Bruce A. Perreault on July 27, 2005, 09:01:28 PM
Stefan,

With magnesium alloy we can obtain well over 2 volts. With the chemalloy
we can obtain well over 1.8 volts but it fizzles out to around 1.5 volts
because of the oxide layer that forms. This can be brought up by adding
an acid to the electrolyte but the chemalloy ends up getting consumed.

                             -Bruce P.



P.S: Do you also only get 1.8 Volts with the Chemalloy, cause you use this
radioactive electrolyte ?
The best I got with Durafix(Chemalloy) was 1.5 Volts, but never 1.8 Volts.
Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: hartiberlin on July 28, 2005, 12:36:27 AM
Hi Bruce,
was the radioactive white pwder in the bottle just the powder from the radioactive stones ?
DId you smah the stones to get the powder ?
Why is it not dangerous ?
What, if you accidently inhalate some of the radioactive powder into your lungs ?

Does it just increase the voltage or also the current density of the cell ?

Thanks.

Regards, Stefan.

Title: Re: Inventors Weekend B.A.Perrault demonstration Part 2
Post by: Bruce A. Perreault on September 09, 2005, 11:27:53 PM
Stefan,

The powder in the small white bottle was named "Perreaultium" by my video person at an Exotic Research conference about seven years ago in Arizona. It is not a new element. The material is the result of my process that is really reverse from the method used by the Curie's to extract radium. I did not crush up the ore with this process so there was little dust involved. Therefore, no danger of inhaled radiation was present. However, the 28% hydrochloric acid was a potential health hazard. The process had to be performed out in the open air.

I now use a more advanced process that doesn't involve hydrochloric acid. It is purely an electrical separation method. I dare not speculate what the final radioactive material is. However, it still can be called "Perreaultium" because the process that I use is unique to all others in prior-art. No, I don't advise this stuff to be inhaled into the lungs, this is common sense.

Perreaultium increases both voltage and current. The over-all available power of the cell is also increased.

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?-B.A. Perreault