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Johnnyusa
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2017 1:04 am    Post subject: Tuning fork and electroplating copper Reply with quote

I was thinking instead of copper pipes why not use a copper tuning fork made to vibrate at 528 hertz, or basically any of the Solefeggio frequencies would be fine.

I figured whatever voltage is in the cb or orgonite would have to leak out thru the tuning fork at 528, right?

I haven't had any luck finding a manufacturer of tuning forks to make me a copper tuning fork. One guy said he would ask his manufacturer but I still haven't heard back from him. Most reply emails were polite but a sharply worded 'no'.

Anybody got any ideas where to buy a custom made tuning fork?

Anybody ever tried electroplating the copper pipes with silver using a dc power supply, a fish tank, & a bar of silver or gold?

Gold is easier to electroplate than silver bc it is a softer & obviously more expensive metal than silver, but it doesn't ever tarnish. My silversmith said he could laminate smthng he silver plated so it won't tarnish, but he can't electroplate anything as big as a 12' copper pipe easily. I would have to pay him a few hundred bucks for the extra equipment he needs to do the job, which i could tell he considered an 'odd' request.

If I did that, is anybody else interested in some gold or silver-plated copper pipes and/or tuning forks that won't EVER tarnish? I'm going in to talk to him again next week...
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2017 5:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Copper tuning fork? Don't think that will work.

When I was bellydancing I made one of my costumes out of copper coins. Copper does not "ring" like the silver and brass coins do. It goes "thunk".

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 04, 2017 5:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wait hang on, did you say belly-dancing? Im interested. Like Sensei always says- got pics? Wink

I didn't expect it make an actually audible vibration, but it's gotta vibrate (@528) if it's plugged into a cb base w/ 20 volts in it, right?

To me, the main thing is it's copper, bc that's what radio antennas are made from. I think even an actual old-fashioned copper dipole antenna might work great.

Any reason it has to be a copper PIPE? Any reason why it can't be a solid copper ROD?

I am actually considering using a real (copper) lightening rod for my cathode and a lead rod for the anode. Or maybe just the lightening rod, which I would attempt to get silver-plated if it's for a cb I'm spending $350 on anyway.

I just bought these copper rods. The small ones are for a wedding present of indoor orgonite cb, requested by the bride.

The 12' copper is for my cb if I don't use a tuning fork or lightening rod.

The steel rods are to be used as the core for wrapping with induction coils.



No, but seriously, why is a pipe better than a rod, for example, OR a 20" copper (or aluminum) lightning rod w/ adjustable base and wire clamp, like this one for $75?

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 05, 2017 2:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good question, I have never used rods.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 05, 2017 7:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

why can't I delete this post?

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 05, 2017 7:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The reason why I want to use a rod instead of a pipe is bc I read when you use a pipe (with an air core) you are creating a closed magnetic field where the magnetic lines of force do not leave the IRON,, but when you use a rod, rectangle, sphere or whatever shape so long as it has a solid core then you get an open magnetic circuit w/ a 3 dimensional taurus projecting out into the air and space a little that looks like this:



But the magnetic fields of force produced by a COPPER, silver, or gold pipe/rod/wire would differ prolly from the IRON specified by the author, bc iron attracts magnetism while copper repells it, like silver & gold, which btw is why aluminum or copper 'magnet wire' is used for wrapping solid iron induction cores in commercial transformers, generators, & electric induction motors.

From page 2 of the book 'The Theory, Design and Construction of Induction Coils, by Henri Armagnat. Google is giving away free pdf copies of this book, fyi. I'm on page 169, it's not easy reading but I get it and i gather everything Gerard Morin is saying is pretty well true. I'd rather this be one of the ct I researched to find out it WASN'T true, bc if he's right no matter how bad you think it is it's actually much worse & we are all just too dumb to figure it out when it's literally right beneath our noses.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 05, 2017 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

When I say anode and cathode, I mean the lead cathode (negative terminal) emits the electricity (from the jumper cables attached to the power supply), and the copper anode receives it, because...

In an electrolyte in which a sheet of lead & a sheet of aluminum are immersed, the electricity will pass easily in the direction from lead/steel to copper/aluminum, but if you SWITCH the cathode/anode by applying the jumper cables to the aluminum trying to make the electricity flow from aluminum to lead, conversely, then the aluminum cathode will oppose the passage of electricity by exhibiting an infinite resistance until the volts are increased a hundredfold- eventually, it'll flow, but the attempt would be foolhardy, ignorant & dangerous. (pg 149)

If we can create a volt then should be able to get a multimeter to verify a positive and negative terminal using properly positioned lead or steel rod cathodes and copper or aluminum anodes.

Then the copper anode could be more properly grounded to earth, but for a cb is it wise to do so and should the ground be lead or copper- radios/transformers use lead/steel for the negative terminal, but lightening rods use copper wire to earth ground.

I had to think about all that for a little while myself. For a chembuster, if we choose to flow juice thru the lead terminal out the copper pipe/rod then it's a radio/transformer/weather modification device, but leaving the copper rod passive and grounding the other terminal gives you a lightening rod where the copper point is the cathode that accepts the electricity to be flowed thru the (copper) wire to a positive earth (not lead) ground. Adding resistance (or inductance) to pure voltage generates current which is what you want for a radio or transformer but not a lightening rod.

It would be fun to watch a cb functioning as a real lightening rod on a farm by channeling some lightening thru a mobius-wrapped induction coil to try to see if we can rip a hole in the fabric of space-time, would it not? Why do I keep thinking of 'Back to the Future' and flux capacitators...

Lightening is dc electricity but it is a special kind of dc called 'impulse current' so it has less resistance bc of very great voltage therefore it is not a hard square wave anymore and that's prolly how 'high voltage direct current transmission lines' work, bc I thought transmission lines used alternating current until Mr Morin mentioned it & I did some research.

This is how Wikipedia describes high voltage direct current long-distance transmission:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-voltage_direct_current

I think they produce the high-voltage direct current (HVDC) at the power plant using one of these impluse generators described in link below. HVDC is the very top skinny transmission line, which is all volts no amps or watts or otherwise it'd burn up, so watts and amps are basically created in pole transformers by running pure voltage thru an induction coil.

Whats up with that, bc everybody knows square wave direct current famously loses power over distance as compared to Tesla's alternating current and that's why Edison got his ass kicked and made to look like a fool in the 1920's 'War of the Currents':

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impulse_generator
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