--Previous Message-- Good day and thanks again for your reply. Jerry
: --Previous Message--
: It's been some time since we've last communicated and i've mostly been
: just doing research. I found this video clip that I found quite
: interesting. If you have time can you check it out? It has some amazing
: video on a group putting a few drops of water in a balloon and inflating
: it and tying it off. They then proceed to polarize the water in the
: balloon by (we're assuming) placing the 12vdc negative lead on one side of
: the (rubber?) balloon and the positive to the other for a few seconds.
: Then they place the balloon on the grass and touch a flame to the skin of
: the balloon which of course causes the balloon to burst, but the
: interesting thing is that the water is burning on the grass and as they
: move the grass (that has the liquid on it) around the flame increases. Is
: this a clever hoax. The interesting thing is that the flame is blue and it
: appears not to emit radiant heat similar to Brown's gas. What is your take
: on this. http://peswiki.com/index.php/OS:Joe_Cell:Videos about halfway
: down the page is this video. BNE_cosmicwatercell_hq.wmv
: Hocus pocus slight of hand or real deal? Please let me know what you
: Hi Jerry,
: There certainly is a lot of interesting "stuff" on the
: Internet... :^)
: Whatever the folks put into those balloon, it was NOT "negatively
: charged water"... and they didn't "make" it by somehow
: sending electricity from a car battery "through" a balloon. The
: liquid from the balloon burned with a nice blue flame, and it also rapidly
: evaporated (from the concrete floor)... exactly like alcohol would do.
: Was it a hoax? Yep. But, are they also looking for money to continue their
: "research"? If so, it's closer to being a fraud. As you
: undoubtedly already know, alcohol burns at a comparatively cool
: temperature - one of the reasons it's used in alcohol fueled racing
: engines. Play a bit with alcohol and you should easily be able to
: duplicate the ballon trick shown in the clip. Heck, I've placed a pool of
: alcohol in the palm of my hand and ignited it - the evaporation keeps it
: cool enough to literally hold a buring flame in your hand. Don't bother
: with the battery connections to the balloon trick though - this farce is
: not necessary if you start out using alcohol as the fluid in the balloon
: in the first place... :^)
: In the clip, Sol Millin has an interesting view of "real
: science" which appears to sound more like a real religion of some
: kind. He also sounds suspiciously like a number of other folks who are
: trying to sell folks (or potential "donors") on their pet free
: energy devices. Many of these folks (at least in the US) mix science,
: religion, evil corporations or evil government, mysticism, and a major
: dose of conspiracy theory to weave an interesting story line. Such as
: Joseph Newman's motor (and the evil US Patent Office), Dennis Lee's Better
: World Technology scams, etc...). Just remember to hang onto your wallet
: when treading in these waters - there be sharks out there, Jerry.
: I wish you luck trying to duplicate the "results" shown in the
: Please keep me posted of any successes you achieve.
: Best wishes,
:Thanks a million Bert! Yeah we figured it was, I was most curious about them dumping what from the house directly into the carb.
I think when cruising the net I'll leave my wallet someplace else.
Good day and thanks again for your reply.