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  • boguslaw
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    MIB fixed IMHO. yet a few tips are there

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  • dodeca
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    New Scope

    Have fun with your new scope .... If it's a tube type ( very old ... like me ) then high voltage is not a problem. If it's transistor based ... to much radiant energy will fry it.

    Dodeca

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  • theremart
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    RE: the Doc..

    Originally posted by amigo View Post
    That's actually plengo's video, Doc Stiffler is MRH2O2 on the youtube: YouTube - MRH2O2's Channel

    The Doc's got some interesting thing going and I have been able to replicate most of his findings (I can't do any electrolysis in the present environment) but otherwise the circuits appear to be working and what we lack are the tools to properly measure things since I personally believe that our conventional tools ain't gonna cut it.
    I have been very interested in the leds lighting up, I have been wanting this for my monopole energizer...

    I just got a scope, but I have no clue how to use it...

    Ahh more adventures yet to be had.

    Congrates on duplicating his results...

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  • dodeca
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    Electrostatic cooling of metals and non-metals

    It would seem that "Electrostatic cooling" is well documented on the WEB.
    Just google it.


    Could this be "Cold electricity"?

    Dodeca

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  • amigo
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    That's actually plengo's video, Doc Stiffler is MRH2O2 on the youtube: YouTube - MRH2O2's Channel

    The Doc's got some interesting thing going and I have been able to replicate most of his findings (I can't do any electrolysis in the present environment) but otherwise the circuits appear to be working and what we lack are the tools to properly measure things since I personally believe that our conventional tools ain't gonna cut it.

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  • theremart
    started a topic Cold electricity

    Cold electricity

    I found this kinda kool.

    YouTube - Dr Stiffler SEC - series 5


    Wonder if this is radiant energy....
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