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Old 12-03-2011, 01:27 AM
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Originally Posted by ibpointless2 View Post
You say that the battery is a fuel cell, when it creates water it creates electricity. But what if the battery lacked a liquid median? What if the batteries electrolyte was completely dry and no water is formed? My confusion stems from my work with my crystal batteries. My crystal batteries work by a dry median, they produce power and never create water nor do they need water to run. I'm wondering if the power that a battery gives comes from something much different? I don't mean to sound crazy.
There aren't any more or less electrons in the battery whether it is
charged or discharged - so it isn't filling up of something or being emptied
of something. The difference is the potential difference at the terminals.

The more acid in the water, the more potential difference. The less acid
the less potential difference and therefore, the weaker the battery -
and not because it is running out of anything.

Just my opinion, but I believe this is showing that the battery indeed
is acting as a dipole breaking the symmetry of the vacuum energy. That is
where the car battery gets its energy and so does the crystal batteries.
Aaron Murakami

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