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Published on Feb 26, 2008
We are on the second floor of the house and I will show you the discharge/charge circuit. The antenna goes in one side and the grounding wire goes down to an outside grounding rod I made out of a copper pipe, and I tied and taped the wire to the ground. The circuit consist of two LED diodes, two caps, and the input antenna and output ground. Its very basic but the way I arranged the circuit got me good results. The diodes are in reverse to each other allowing a positive voltage to go on the reverse voltage side to the capacitor, and the regular negative voltage to charge the other capacitor. I forgot to mention but I even reversed one of the electrolic caps though I dont believe it effects the circuit because it would probably charge the same if I put the capacitor in the normal direction.
A thing to note is that the normal negative voltage is less than the reversed positive voltage which is basically 2 times the negative voltage. This shows a possible difference between the negative particles and positive particles hitting the plate. This proves that there is more positive particles charging the circuit than negative.
so in the 4 days I have tested this new circuit, the equations are as followed for 2 insulated HVAC plates::
reverse(positive voltage)~ 1 V/a day Feb 23-Feb 26,2008 VOLTAGE:0 V - 4.6 V normal (negative voltage)~ .5 V/ a day Feb 23-Feb 26,2008 VOLTAGE: 0 V - 1.73V
In the next video I will show the circuit schematic and test the electric energy stored in the capacitor. IF YOU GOT ANY INFO PLEASE LEAVE IT AND HELP US ALL. IF YOU GET THESE RESULT IF NOT BETTER THAN YOUR GOING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION.