Crystal Cell Research Notes 1.3

Adding a layer of petroleum jelly to the magnesium electrode seems to be working just fine, I’m even able to put a copper electrode in the same mix and get a voltage above 1.4. I fear that somehow water is still getting to the electrode and thus the reason for the voltage. I know of only one test to prove that the magnesium is not corroding and that’s to coat it with the jelly and than place it in a cup of vinegar. If the magnesium bubbles than hope could be lost.

I can’t believe that I still get people saying that either the glue doesn’t fully dry and traps water under the dry glue or that Epsom salt’s water is the reason why my crystal glue cell works. Glue spread out on a flat surface will eventually dry, this is proven by the fact that I have a cell with only glue and two electrodes and I only get 50mV, if water was trapped than I would have over a volt. Also Epsom salt water does not help, an Elmer’s glue and Epsom salt only cell gives me zero volts now and its several months old. The crystal cell that is even older than the two mention cells is still alive with voltage.

Last night I went through my pile of different glue cells I’ve made to see how they’re doing now. The one thing I never got was why did people say my cells had trapped water? They always said that glue traps water when it dries, so I made a cell that had only glue as the electrolyte and the glue dried out and I was left with no voltage. If water was trapped than I would still have voltage. They also said that Epsom salt’s water was leaking out and that water was the reason for me getting voltage, so I made a cell that had only Glue and Epsom salt as the electrolyte. Just having glue and Epsom salt as the electrolyte would eventually dry out too and I was left with no voltage at all. Even today people say I have water trapped in my cells some where but the fact is that no water is existing in my cells. I have a crystal glue cell that is glue, Epsom salt, and Salt substitute that was made last year and it still keeps on giving me voltage over 1.3V. I have made all different types of control glue cells to prove that water doesn’t exist in the crystal glue cell. The reason why my crystal glue cell works is not because of the glue nor is it because of the Epsom salt, the reason why it works is due to all three ingredients I use. When all three ingredients are mixed it becomes something different.

Today I was able to get over 2 volts! I was able to do this by using Hematite and magnesium ribbon. Hematite is iron oxide and what I found out is that it always likes to be the positive electrode. What this means is that carbon is a negative electrode, so does carbon corrode? Also copper and titanium are negative electrodes which is odd because I’m use to seeing copper as the positive electrode. Whats great is titanium is super corrosion resistant so it will make a great negative electrode. Also I got a surprise free gift when I bought the hematite online, they gave me some sample rocks and one is orange-yellow and feels like silk and it works like an electrode too. Both rocks in tap water give me over.500 volts, not bad for some rocks. I’m going to leave the hematite in tap water to see if it react to it, but it shouldn’t because its already been weather away at and is at its stable form. But seeing 2 volts from one single cell is something I’ve never seen before.

I think adding Epsom salt to the petroleum jelly does make it better. the jelly protects the magnesium and the Epsom salt add a hydrate to it. Best of all the amps don’t differ to much from an electrode without the jelly.

Found that bismuth is more positive electrode than hematite, so how can something that is already corrode corrode?

I wanted to make a circuit that would run off a capacitor and power a LED and charge another capacitor and the capacitor that was charging would get an extra charge from the crystal cells. I remember I use to make charging circuit out of garden lights. Using Garden lights would a quick way to do this.

If we use a very low farad capacitor (1uF?) and have 3 crystal glue cells in series giving over 3 volts from all there put in series and have them charge up that capacitor and use a circuit to dump that charge into a LED at about 50hz we could have nice LED being powered by a crystal glue cell. Since the capacitor is small it charges up fast and capacitors can dump the charge fast too so they will work great together. May need a capacitor in the pico farad range?

I was somewhat-for-the-most-part successful in my idea of a circuit. I did not build the circuit but I tested the idea and it works! The idea is since my cells don’t give much current but I can get voltage and make the voltage additive I put 3 crystal glue cells in series. I hooked the cells up to a 104m ceramic capacitor which has a low farad rating and the cells charge the cap up quickly and I was able to dump the charge into a LED just fine. Finding the best capacitor and how many cells to use will the be the hardest part of this circuit.

I think in order to get my idea of a pulse circuit to work I need to use a Zener diode. You have the cell charge up a capacitor but you have a zener diode that blocks the flow to the LED and when the voltage break down the for the zener diode is reached the power from the capacitor goes to the LED.

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Its like no matter what I do These crystal glue cells will always have a high resistance. I took the electrolyte out of a AA battery and mix it into the crystal glue cell and let it dry and its no real improvement over the normal crystal glue cell.

Most of your free energy inventors are Magicians. They perform magic. Just like a real Magicians the magic is not real and is only a trick. You see the people watching don’t care that its not real they are there for the show, so its fun to pretend. Just like the Magicians the inventors can’t give away the trick, a good Magicians never tells you how its done. Once you know how its done than the Magician is no good anymore to anyone, its the “magic” that brings them in. Once the trick is known than the fantasy goes away and we’re forced to go back to our horrible lives. Even though we’re lied to its still fun to have that mystery in our lives. But once in a while you get those few inventors that are for real, or at least I want to believe.

I started to take apart the big blue crystal glue cell I had made last year to see whats up with it. I painted the cell with blue spray paint so that no outside water could get in. You can clearly see white powder form in cracks of the cell thus showing that is where air and water got in. These little holes are the ones that really killed the cell. I see one problem with this cell. Even though I don’t add water to it to keep it alive water is there in the glue when the cell is first made and this weakens the magnesium right off the bat. Not adding the magnesium until the separator is dry could be key and this is how the 5 foot crystal cell is done and it is still going and shows no sign of white powder or corrosion. It seems the cells are getting destroy before they’re put to use, its the water that destroys them. So adding the magnesium after its water free is the best way to do it.

Copper tubes can be expensive but I think they make conductive tape which has copper on one side. I could put this tape on something like PVC pipe and do it like that. Or make squares of tape and aluminum foil and make cells like that. They also make aluminum tape, I could make a tape cell?

I had another good idea. We should make the cells like they make capacitors, they roll up the electrodes and the paper separator and put it into a tube. The idea of rolling it up will give you more electrode surface area and it will take up less space.

What Lidmotor wrote to me

“That stove top cell is really amazing. It did recover somewhat and was able to power Penny again for awhile. I was going to take it apart but now I think that I will just leave it alone and save it as is. I made several other ones and maybe I will take one of those apart.

It was a good design and worked very well for powering a very low drain device. Not much power but it sure did last a long time.”

I did make panel of crystal cells, 3 in series to make a group and I had 12 groups. If put together. it would make a 1mA cell but that still not good enough. So I had an idea. If I use graphite and aluminum foil and for the electrolyte I use paper with the salt sub and Epsom salt rubbed in I could make a big powerful cell. The voltage would be lower (850mV) but that’s not a problem. Put 4 cells in series to give me over 3 volts. I can make this cell paper thin and super light weight, roll it up like they do in capacitors. I can have an a cell that is 8 inches wide but 3 feet long, then roll it up so that it only takes up a few inches of room and then I can cover it up to block out the environment.

So I’m thinking. Adding salt sub and Epsom salt to glue and letting it dry the skin becomes conductive and poke it with two dissimilar metals and you get a voltage. Now what if instead of glue we used concrete? make concrete slabs with the two salts in it and sandwich them between to metals and you can make big or huge cells out of concrete.

So I made a concrete cell that contains salt sub and Epsom salt. So far I can say that it dries really fast! In a few hours it done what normal concrete cell will do in a day. This cell is rock hard and almost brittle. Its odd that it dries so fast. When its drying its loosing water so this is quite interesting. It has 7mA. 3-19-12

The pressure cells are by far my favorite cells.

Now I work on the pressure cells. I’ve learn that you can’t run a load off these cells directly but instead you must charge a capacitor. when you charge a capacitor you convert time into amps. What I want to do is charge up big super caps or something where the battery is in series with the pressure cell and they charge up a capacitor. The capacitor has a higher voltage than the battery and I would dump that charge back into the battery and thus making a self charging battery. The pressure cell stays alive better when given a load of some kind so I figure this self charging crystal cell battery idea will work. I also keep these cells in cooking oil and they do fine. I can’t make big pressure cells but I can make small ones that put them parallel, not series as that will kill them off and put them in the oil so that they are never going touch water and thus proving you can get voltage without water. also since the cells have a high resistance they give little amps which also means when you have them in series with a battery they pull little amps from a battery and thus little heating is caused at battery and little heating means no lost of energy or no wasting of energy. High amps mean hot battery which = wasting energy.

The pressure cells are much like Townsend brown study of petrovoltaics.

One thing that I find odd is that a pressure cell that has only 500mV will be able to charge a 220uF capacitor with only 70mV in it and it can charge it up to over 1.200 Volts! How is that possible? How can I go from.500 volts to 1.200 volts?

When you make a pressure cell at first when you apply the pressure it will be above 1.3 volts and as the days go by it will go down to as low as.4 volts. after a week it will start to go up until it reaches around 1.1 volts, this is when it has matured. I have never had a battery go down then back up. Even if the cell is at the.500 volt it will be able to charge a capacitor up above 1 volts with no problem if you give it time. These cell respond well to resistance especially if you keep it shorted out. I have made one cell that I placed in a cup of tap water after it was made, the cell read 1.3 volts before touching the water and the next day I pulled it out and it read over 1 volt. Keep in mind that the cell is completely surrounded by water so the leads are shorted out by the water. Also keep in mind that the cell on consist of salt substitute that the copper tube is crushed to give it pressure. What is odd is the water is still clear so none of the salt sub has mixed with the water yet, and what is even more odd is removing it from the water it can give an instant voltage even though its been shorted out. The magnesium ribbon is reacting to the water by making bubbles at the top of the magnesium. The salt has to be some what wet because I could get 2mA from the cell. The reaction is not as severe as I thought it would be but I keep it in the water for a little longer.

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