a video with Yull Brown himself —>
so we’re burning hydrogen and oxygen, wonderful. just considering the hydrogen, according to Walter Russell, there are 7 undiscovered isotopes (variations) of hydrogen. undiscovered doesn’t mean they don’t exist, it just means we don’t know what we’re burning, i certainly don’t know.
so how do we test the different variants of hydrogen, (that we can’t even verify)? guessing, since the hydrogen comes from the water, we vary the water.
fire, air, water, earth.
other interesting info —>
this is a nice machine, but it would have to be modified a little. would this machine work? probably. whatever the chinese are powering it with isn’t right, and since that power supply is chinese, it may as well be thrown straight away. may have to change the o-rings, no big deal, but need 1/8″ between plates. also need 6 cells (space between the plates). then would have to google the lye concentration in the distilled water, lye from Lowe’s. we need 2.35 volts per cell max, and 1/4 amp per square inch of 1 plate max. the current anywhere, is the current everywhere, voltage is additive (a 6 volt battery has 1/2 the plates of a 12 volt battery). these volts need to be straight DC, from a car battery, that’s why we need 6 cells (6 X 2 = 12). while researching current limiting circuits on a forum, an EE chimed in, “just use a car fuse”. more on that later…. under these conditions, the plates (304L stainless – not sure what that would be in chinese) will not only last forever, they will produce more gas as time goes on. otherwise they will dissolve.
a wall outlet in your home will provide 120 volts AC, at 15 or 20 amps, depending on the fuse of that circuit. it will do this right now, all at once. it’s waiting for someone to plug something in, to dump it’s load. the device you plug in, has to hold it back. if you plug in a variable speed screwgun, the trigger you squeeze starts out holding it all back. as you squeeze the trigger, it holds less and less of it back, and the drill turns faster. that 120 volts is always there because the generator at the nuke plant is always turning.
a car battery is not like that, when it’s sitting on the shelf, it isn’t doing anything, and it’s not wired to a generator. it starts from it’s rest state, 2.1 volts (a single cell), we pull it down (the voltage), and the electrolyte (the acid) does some chemical thing in an attempt to return to it’s rest state, 2.1 volts. the chemical thing creates the current. we get as much, or as little current as we pull/drain the voltage (potential difference between 2 plates). the device tells the battery how much current to produce, by requiring voltage, opposite a wall socket. a 12 volt screwgun designed to run on a battery holds nothing back at rest, the more you squeeze the trigger, the more electrons are allowed to pass through, causing a voltage drop, requiring the electrolyte to create more current. in effect, increasing the size of the wire between the poles of the battery.
we turn down a wall outlet, we turn up a battery.
i suspect we can use an auto fuse to limit current, because somehow it is only allowing a specific voltage drop.
voltage could be considered pressure, and amperage could be considered speed. caveat: i don’t personally understand almost everything that this device is doing, how the rest state of a battery cell could be 2.1 volts, what exactly the gas is, what is ‘the chemical thing’ the electrolyte does, what an electron is. i don’t think anybody else does either. the electron alone – there’s only been a handful (5, 6, 7…) of men/woman in the last 100 years that actually know what an electron is, and i’m not 1 of them.