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Interesting article. "plunging vulture"? What were these people thinking when they named the celestial bodies?
Why didn't we ever name our moon? Or is moon the name of our moon? We've named the other planets moons, like Pan and Io and other greek Pagan god names.
By the way, I used to own a Vega :)
the only way to truth, is to try it.
Even though the energy amount is the same, I would suggest the way it reacts with water is different.
Touch a 12volt source in a car, you don't get shocked.
Touch the wrong end of a coil, and OUCH!.
Why? I suggest because the higher voltage affect water
differently. So perhaps this has some reasoning to it.
Another important factor about using a coil, is timing. As
engine rpms increase, "powerful" pulses increase, increasing
the amount of fuel produced.
Possibly a chamber of water with spark plugs? There are still
issues. I don't know, it's fun, and I've seen video of the guy who ran his car on water alone. He's dead now.
Whatever animal it was, had to get over that security fence.
Was it a bird?
It put off all kinds of cool colors too.
Maybe it was a Phoenix.
granny, check this video out.
HYDROGEN GENERATOR - HYDRO 88
why hide it, right? Funny.
San Luis valley. Got 10 acres for 20,000. Water rights 30gpm, mineral rights, 1/2 mile from Rio Grande river, 1 mile from nearest neighbor, 12 miles from nearest town. Solar, Wind energy. Make woodgas, have wild horses on property, so going try to get a couple of pics I can sell.
Building house out of recycled lumber, and digging down for extra space and geothermal considerations. Going to dig little ponds all over the land, with a pathway, and use that for a rainwater capture system. Might end up drilling a well, but trying to avoid that.
Few chickens, sheep, etc. Grow all our own produce.
Good grief America, we waste sooo much energy when
we don't grow our own food. 5 gallon bucket will produce
alot of garlic, and it's fun!
Bubba, the secret is, use the coil! Actually, set up a seperate coil, that is timed with the engine, that way a powerful pulse is produced. Haven't perfected it yet, but 40% is being conservative.
Try it on a small engine first. There are some issues, like keeping the water container clean, and keeping the water from freezing, but I'm sure we could brainstorm to come up with solutions.
The hydrogen is EXTREMELY volatile, so proper instillation is a BIG MUST. I've been working on a different housings. Someone with a machine shop could make some cash off of these, if we could figure out the kinks.
Try it out, it's a blast, literally.
What has had me experimenting lately is woodgas. Basically, anything flammable, contains burnable trapped gas in it.
If you heat it, but don't allow oxygen, what happens is the gas is released, leaving the carbon attached to the log, or whatever.
So I built a device to test this. It's made out of 2" galv pipe.
One end cap, 6" nipple, other end reduced to 1/4" with 6" stub.
Basically a small chamber, with a gas release. And I stuck this in a fire, and after 20 minutes or so, you could light the end, and it stayed lit for a good half hour, just using a few twigs.
My though was, what if we used the heat from the exhaust, to make the woodgas?
Here's a great video showing this concept. The poor guy has a horrible stutter, but the thing he makes is pretty cool, and gets the point across.
By the way, the left over wood carbon make great garden fertilizer, just like a forest fire brings about new life.
The reason I'm angry with the forest service, is, they have GOT to know the truth, or at least suspect it.
Look at how the trees are dying. They are dying from the top down. This HIGHLY suggests lack of water, which is exactly what the salt in the "silver iodide". And like salt in the sea, the salt never dissipates.
What dissipates is the water, and the salt is left. The salt flats is a perfect example.
Now, we all have heard how China has bragged about being able to change the weather for the Olympics. And they said they would use silver iodide.
It's very easy to establish that this is a global event. And, it is very easy to see that this stuff could be sprayed out of everyday commercial jetliners, it's simply mixed in the exhaust.
What happens if China decides to release tons of this stuff just off the west coast?
There's something else. They have been finding strange bacteria, in the snow. It's a sort of nanobacteria, or man made stuff.
And I've found that they have had problems with bacteria in the fuel cells of the aircraft. It's all info available, with the right search words on Google.
I would hope people reading this, would at least take the time to do a little bit of looking into it, because I have taken ALOT of time researching it. Something big is going down.
I found this article, from a guy called Deep Shield. He's dead now, "committed suicide". But some of the stuff he said, was, well, disturbing.
Check it out.
"WHO (World Health Organization) carried out most of the studies. Other nations have carried their own research on the matter. Some have said the ill effects will be minimal - along the lines of a million or so, while others have found the numbers to be far higher - 3 to 4 billion."
"The amount of spray is very small compared to the volume of the space that is covered. Most of the harmful chemicals that are used are being dissipated over vast areas."
So please, for my kids and your kids future, just take a few minutes and dig into it a bit. I think what you will find will astonish you, as it did me.
seeing this article reminds me of my anger when I saw the military wearing the flag backwards on their uniform.
I see these guys shooting up the Koran, and I say, if I were a Muslim, yeah, I would be offended.
And yeah, you burn the flag, I wouldn't stand there and watch, but, I would probably not interject, although I would voice my opinion.
When it boils right down to it, are we about symbols, or faith?
If we are about symbols, I would say the most important to people these days is,
I find more strength, in faith.
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