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Water charging a capacitor

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Uploaded on Sep 3, 2010

charging with water

A sec exciter is hooked up to a glass of water and when a capacitor is dipped into the water it begins charging. After a few seconds enough charge has accumulated to release a visible spark.

The hot lead from the exciter is wrapped around the base of the glass of water and the molecules become excited and begin to emit usable power. The capacitor is 80uF 300V taken from a disposable camera. This is an open circuit with the hot lead left unconnected. Potential energy from the battery is used to charge the circuit which sets up a resonance between the two coils. Energy is transmitted down the hot lead and radiates from the end, passing through the local vacuum and into a glass of water, exciting the h20 molecules.

Particle physics state that the jitter spin exhibited by the molecules somehow draws energy from the time domain and releases it uncompressed in 3 space hence leaving the 1st law of thermodynamics intact.

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