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"To Jeremy  Yes they grow a semi conductive coating which enhances the capacitor effect."
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Electronysis a Spectacular new Vernacular page 2

Electronysis a Spectacular new Vernacular Page 2.Remember in science class when you were taught about electrolysis with two rods a battery and a beaker. Did you see the bubbles rising in the water? With this illustration in your minds eye look closely, how many Amps do you think are flowing through the water to make the bubbles, none right it was only a 9-volt battery. What would happen if you had a way to increase voltage while blocking Amp flow? You would get more bubbles right!Do you follow…See More
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Jeremy Dukes commented on Jim Mitchell's blog post 'Electronyisis A Spectacular New Vernacular.'
"What is the significance of an LC circuit as it relates to producing this highly accommodating gas?"
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Jaco Bezuidenhout commented on Jim Mitchell's blog post 'Electronyisis A Spectacular New Vernacular.'
"Thanks for the feedback Jim. I think I am starting to understand it better. It still does feel like rocket science though. LOL Right, so ampere causes an influx of electron flow racing through water and as the H and the O breaks appart, they…"
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Jim Mitchell commented on Jim Mitchell's blog post 'Electronyisis A Spectacular New Vernacular.'
"To Jaco The art of the capacitor design. Keep looking at it as an electronic liquid capacitor that has the ability to put the water molecule inside of an electronic resonating LC circuit. Now  ask yourself how much power dose it take…"
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Jim Mitchell commented on Jim Mitchell's blog post 'Electronyisis A Spectacular New Vernacular.'
"To Jaco What you have written is very helpful,I hope others read it as well. I will have to break it down into a few comments. What Stan figured out was that we have all been misled into thinking that it takes an enormous amount of energy to split…"
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Jim Mitchell commented on Jim Mitchell's blog post 'Electronyisis A Spectacular New Vernacular.'
"To Jeremy. It may work that way. This idea uses a capacitor in a new way making use of the inexpensive magnetic field generated while the circuit is in resonance."
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Jaco Bezuidenhout commented on Jim Mitchell's blog post 'Electronyisis A Spectacular New Vernacular.'
"I've been reading all this again and maybe I'm starting to understand this, so correct me if I am wrong please : I am used to dry cells - a bunch of plates with electrons charging through water and a conductor (KOH or whatever) ripping the…"
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Jeremy Dukes commented on Jim Mitchell's blog post 'Electronyisis A Spectacular New Vernacular.'
"Displacement current density has the same units as electric current density, and it is a source of the magnetic field just as actual current is. However it is not an electric current of moving…"
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Jim Mitchell commented on Jim Mitchell's blog post 'Electronyisis A Spectacular New Vernacular.'
"To Alex. Yes it is possible currently I am working on two videos a tour of my mobile lab and how it works. A second video a running circuit with a clear milti-capacitor so you can see the field intensity zone. In order for you to understand what you…"
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Jeremy Dukes commented on Jim Mitchell's blog post 'Electronyisis A Spectacular New Vernacular.'
"The system from what I could tell works through displacement current. The only power consumed is the inherent resistance of the circuit. What little heat that built up would be the power being consumed."
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Electronysis a Spectacular new Vernacular page 2

Posted on September 9, 2018 at 4:00pm 4 Comments

Electronysis a Spectacular new Vernacular Page 2.

Remember in science class when you were taught about electrolysis with two rods a battery and a beaker. Did you see the bubbles rising in the water? With this illustration in your minds eye look closely, how many Amps do you think are flowing through the water to make the bubbles, none right it was only a 9-volt battery.

What would happen if you had a way to increase voltage while blocking Amp…

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Electronysis A Spectacular New Vernacular.

Posted on September 3, 2018 at 6:00pm 20 Comments

Stan Meyer and the frequency that switches off the covalent bond of water. I think this idea has caused a lot of confusion. The confusion comes from the misunderstanding of which frequency you are chasing? There probably is a frequency that switches off the covalent bond of water but that is not the frequency that gets the work done here. The one that works is the frequency at which the liquid multi-capacitor resonates at and gives the feedback frequency from dielectric failure.

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Hey Jim how are your systems going? Anything available to purchase?
 
 
 

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