h20

“I had an HHO on my 99.5 Jetta TDI, with the right electrolyte……………..simple baking soda was fine………….the thing had more bubbles than the Canadian Real Estate market.”

Water electrolysis requires either:

a: high voltage(that can be done with pure water)
b. Low voltage with added electrolyte. (example baking soda)

  1. no sodium was added to the water
  2. two cylinders need a 3.8inch gap
  3. bubbler and backfire arrestor

Hydrogen is produced in double the amount of oxygen. With modified machinery one can cook and run a generator on this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xk1shxXjlg8

Mike kalogerakis, village outside of heraklion of krete managed to seperate oxygen and hydrogen using a special shaped hydrogenerator without the need of expensive filters.

 

Scientists have invented the strongest and lightest material on Earth

Note: diamonds are so hard due to their geometric triangular arrangement on a molecular level.

For years, researchers have known that carbon, when arranged in a certain way, can be very strong. Case in point: graphene. Graphene, which was heretofore, the strongest material known to man, is made from an extremely thin sheet of carbon atoms arranged in two dimensions.

But there’s one drawback: while notable for its thinness and unique electrical properties, it’s very difficult to create useful, three-dimensional materials out of graphene.

Now, a team of MIT researchers discovered that taking small flakes of graphene and fusing them following a mesh-like structure not only retains the material’s strength, but the graphene also remains porous.

Based on experiments conducted on 3D printed models, researchers have determined that this new material, with its distinct geometry, is actually stronger than graphene – making it 10 times stronger than steel, with only 5 percent of its density.

The discovery of a material that is extremely strong but exceptionally lightweight will have numerous applications.

As MIT reports:

“The new findings show that the crucial aspect of the new 3-D forms has more to do with their unusual geometrical configuration than with the material itself, which suggests that similar strong, lightweight materials could be made from a variety of materials by creating similar geometric features.”

Below you can see a simulation results of compression (top left and i) and tensile (bottom left and ii) tests on 3D graphene:

Credit: Zhao Qin

“You could either use the real graphene material or use the geometry we discovered with other materials, like polymers or metals,” says Markus Buehler, head of MIT’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE), and the McAfee Professor of Engineering.

“You can replace the material itself with anything. The geometry is the dominant factor. It’s something that has the potential to transfer to many things.”

Large scale structural projects, such as bridges, can follow the geometry to ensure that the structure is strong and sound.

Construction may prove to be easier, given that the material used will now be significantly lighter. Because of its porous nature, it may also be applied to filtration systems.

This research, says Huajian Gao, a professor of engineering at Brown University, who was not involved in this work, “shows a promising direction of bringing the strength of 2D materials and the power of material architecture design together”.

 

Sources: http://www.sciencealert.com/mit-has-unveiled-new-material-that-s-the-strongest-and-lightest-on-earth?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Branded%2520Content&utm_campaign=ScienceDump

This article was originally published by Futurism. Read the original article.

Herb to soften stone (Evidence of stone softening in India)

This video was translated by the Kannada institute by request of myself Stijn van den Hoven. It is same story as Peru, that there was a liquid, plant to soften rocks. In My makara research paper I made links between india and peru so am not surprised this was known on both continents and thus how they could build such exquisite temple carvings and structures.

Karnataka state – Hangal
Shripad S Akkivalli – from the horticulture department

Shripad mentions that these stones are sculpted as though it were wax. He says that there are many theories to how stones were shaped. One theory he heard from his father about a plant which softened stone.  Shripad believes that a plant exists or existed which sculptors of ancient India used to soften stones so that they could create works of art which we
see today in thousands of temples.

Literal translation whats is said in video : (Local kannada language)

“One day when his father was crossing a river with few people, suddenly a person appears. He brings the herbs from a field and scrubs on rough surfaced stone that his father and other people are carrying.

As the person who bought herb scrubs on the stone, it becomes smooth, soft and shining. So his father enquirer about the herb, it’s name and where it is grown but the man did not reveal the information.”

So the jist of story is that there are herbs which softens the stone.

 

 

 

http://karnatakatravel.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/hangal-fort-and-billeshwara-temple.html

http://journeys-temple.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/hangal-fort-and-billeshwara-temple.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hangal
http://www.hanagaltown.mrc.gov.in/node/187
http://journeys-temple.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/hangal-fort-and-billeshwara-temple.html
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hangal
http://www.hanagaltown.mrc.gov.in/node/187

Leyden Jar

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The Leyden jar originated about 1746 through the work of Dutch physicist Pieter van Musschenbroek of the University of Leyden and Ewald Georg von Kleist of Pomerania, working independently.

A Leyden jar consists of a glass jar with an outer and inner metal coating covering the bottom and sides nearly to the neck. A brass rod terminating in an external knob passes through a wooden stopper and is connected to the inner coating by a loose chain. When an electrical charge is applied to the external knob, positive and negative charges accumulate from the two metal coatings respectively, but they are unable to discharge due to the glass between them.  The result is that the charges will hold each other in equilibrium until a discharge path is provided. Leyden jars were first used to store electricity in experiments, and later as a condenser in early wireless equipment.

http://www.sparkmuseum.com/LEYDEN.HTM


12″ Leyden Jar
c. 1885


Early gold leaf Leyden Jars
1st half 19th century


Battery of six Leyden Jars


“Franklin’s Bells”
Late 18th Century


Leyden Jar with
Lane’s Discharging Electrometer
1890

A Lane apparatus is a Leyden Jar fitted with a calibrated spark gap. They were used primarily in medical applications, in order to regulate the amount of voltage applied to the patient.


Demonstration
Leyden Jar

This jar can be separated into three parts: The outer metal can, the glass jar, and the inner metal electrode. It was used to demonstrate that the charge in a Leyden jar is held in the glass, not the metal.


Horizontal Leyden Jar
English
1830


Leyden Jars from Spark Gap Transmitter
c. 1910


Ducretet Leyden Jar Battery
1865


Early American Leyden Jars Likely Daniel Davis
1840’s

Electrical Sportsman
Joseph Wightman
1840’s

Random Info Of Interest

Nicolay Tesla

“If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.”
-Tesla

As we look at the six original Solfeggio frequencies, using the Pythagorean method, we find the base or root vibrational numbers are 3,6, & 9.

Nikola Tesla tells us, and I quote: “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.”

John Keely, an expert in electromagnetic technologies, wrote that:

“Vibrations of “thirds, sixths, and ninths, were extraordinarily powerful.”

vibratory antagonistic thirds was thousands of times more forceful in separating hydrogen from oxygen in water than heat.

In his “Formula of Aqueous Disintegration” he wrote that, “molecular dissociation or disintegration of both simple and compound elements, whether gaseous or solid, a stream of vibratory antagonistic thirds sixths, or ninths, on their chord mass will compel progressive subdivisions.
In the disintegration of water the instrument is set on thirds, sixths, and ninths,
to get the best effects.”

It is through the disturbance of this oscillatory equilibrium, by means of resonant impulses, that Keely alters the relations of the vibratory impulses which constitute matter.

!!! This he does by striking the same chord in three octaves !!!
representing the third, sixth and ninth of the scale.

 

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Copper wire
Copper coil makes sound at a frequency depending on the length of
the wire and the thickness of the wire.

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Cymatics
reasonant frequency of coils
boiling water with sound
levitating stones with sound, frequency of most common component, quartz,
counteracting the magnetic field of the stone
sacred geometry
Magnetism
Oposing poles repel
Riding the earths magnetic field, flying machines

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The strength of a coil’s magnetic field increases not only with increasing current but also with each loop that is added to the coil. A long, straight coil of wire is called a solenoid and can be used to generate a nearly uniform magnetic field similar to that of a bar magnet. The concentrated magnetic field inside a coil is very useful in magnetizing ferromagnetic materials for inspection using the magnetic particle testing method. Please be aware that the field outside the coil is weak and is not suitable for magnetizing ferromagnetic materials.