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Uploaded on Feb 23, 2012

This video is an answer to Gilbonfac and Duncan

Merci beaucoup Gilles pour ton travail et pour le partager avec nous.
Tu penses bien que je n'ai pas pu résister à faire une tentative de replication. Et ça a marché presque du premier coups, (quelques plombs de ma maison ont sauté mais rien de grave. Bravo et je suis dans l'attente de tes prochains résultats. Je suis impatient de savoir "what is getting out as gas " hehe ?? Tu parles de sonoluminescence ? Je n'ai de loin pas tes connaissances et je ne demand qu'à apprendre.

Thank's Duncan for your link to Santilli's work

I used for this experiment a MOT and MO cap and 12 kv diode and a car spark plug all this stuff going to a carbon rod 8 mm diameter (this is a carbon rod for kite , that is to say a carbon fiber mixed with epoxy ) and the counter electrode is a standard electric wire (1.5 mm diameter plastc insulated )

I usewd the variac fore the beginning, but the effect take place at about full power (220 volts ) so the variac is not necessary

The diodeis a MO standard diode and i think it should work , but as had some problem with the fuse of my house, i decided to make my own diode bank with 12 time 1N5408 rated 3 A each
Very important the sprk plug has no resistor (Bosch super electrode CU )

The water is tap water

OK hope this helps

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