Re: [DMCForum] Re: Going totally electric powered
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Re: [DMCForum] Re: Going totally electric powered

>> How do you feed the hydrogen 
>> gas into the system?
> Fill a glass mason jar with it.

And the mason jar is where?  I envisioned some kind of external hydrogen 
tank that has plumbing and a pump/valve of some kind to feed the gas 
into the "star".  Is the jar your "tank"?  How convenient is it to refill?

> This is only a test tube full of moist air placed inside the
> equivelant of a door lock solenoid powered with 12 volts. And the
> humididy drops right out. Remove it from the field and it evaporates
> again. Then repeat. I think this might be another discovery I made,
> but I'm not sure if someone else has discovered that one first. There
> all all kinds of issues with plagerism and people stealing each
> other's discoveries that I dont need to lay claim to one as lame as
> this. However, it looks like a possible patent for producing water
> while on a camping trip in the dessert or wherever.

Probably works well in Florida, but in the desert, there isn't much 
humidity in the air to begin with.  It might still work, but probably 
not as well.  Interesting concept, for sure.

>> What about safety? :)
> Personally, I have a death wish.  I would like nothing better than to 
> escape life blamelessly.  Like for instance while taking a shower 
> between e-mails, a damn mosquito bit me twice on my ass and once on 
> my shoulder.  I never did swat the sucker.  Life is not fair.  I 
> deeply resent having to eat bloody things to stay alive while other 
> things are continually trying to eat my blood.  I want no part of 
> it.  But here I am stuck.  Suicide is not an option.  I'm already in 
> enough trouble for other reasons.  I dont need to add killing myself 
> to all of the impending punishment that I could be in for in the next 
> life or whatever.

Yeah, but what about Ryan, who offered to beta test the system?  Surely 
he doesn't have a death wish... :)

My question was supposed to be more like, "what safety measures are/will 
be built into this system?"

>>> I dont.  Iron becomes a room temperature superconductor.
>> Please elaborate. :)
> It is possible to have an iron ring that has the strong nuclear force 
> circulating along with electricity.  The ring behaves like a mono-
> conductor of looped wire.  This turns the soft iron ring into a 
> strong electromagnet.  Break the ring, and you get a spark.  Or make 
> the ring out of a coil of wire.  Hold it near a morning star reaction 
> and superconducting force will be induced into the wire.  It will 
> stay in the wire indefinately until you open the circuit.  As long as 
> it is circulating in the wire or ring then you can stick the whole 
> thing to steel like a refrigerator magnet.  Open the circuit, you get 
> a spark, and the thing is no longer a magnet.

Interesting.  I guess most physics books assume that you don't have a
"morning star reactor" in your backyard, so I didn't know that.  I'm not 
familiar with this term.  Is there somewhere I can find more info on this?

So, tell me if I have this right:

You've got a pair of iron rings (soon-to-be-superconductors) attached to 
arms on a shaft, driven by a DC motor.  Along the axis of rotation, in 
between the iron rings, there is a quantity of hydrogen gas.

Now are you accelerating electrons in the iron rings?  Can you remind me 
again how you get it all started?

Jon Heese

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