Bouncing cells?

Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by DaveC, Aug 17, 2013.

  1. DaveC

    DaveC Guest

    That crazy Ozzie is at it again:

    DaveC, Aug 17, 2013
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  2. DaveC

    Robert Baer Guest

    Shows that electrons have more mass due to less bounce; heaver cell
    shows that the lost electrons have NEGATIVE weight due to the NEGATIVE
    Now combine these effects with a cyclo-magnetic positronator, and one
    can make either a neg-energy generator, or a graviotometric repellor
    (AKA anti-gravity machine).
    Robert Baer, Aug 17, 2013
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  3. The video mentions alkaline batteries. The Eneloop is a NiMH
    rechargable battery.

    Rechargable batteries have a safety valve that will blow off gas if
    the battery is greatly overcharged. This would suggest that a fully
    charged battery has more gas in it than a discharged one. If that is
    correct, it would follow that fully charged battery should bounce more
    than an empty one.
    Robert Roland, Aug 18, 2013
  4. Yes, exactly. Gas is compressible and elastic, while liquids are not.
    Try filling a football with water and see the difference.

    In Kip Kay's video which Dave Jones refers to, it is also mentioned:
    Robert Roland, Aug 18, 2013
  5. DaveC

    DaveC Guest

    Is it not more the case that the amount of bounce has more to do with the
    Weight difference cannot be ignored. Maybe both weight and density play
    DaveC, Aug 18, 2013

  6. Measure one full. Deplete it, and measure the SAME ONE empty. Sheesh.
    DecadentLinuxUserNumeroUno, Aug 24, 2013

  7. Do not forget to log into your interocitor so you can communicate with

    We should fire these batteries through the Bead condenser (model #:
    AB-619) and see if it can make the observations clearer.
    DecadentLinuxUserNumeroUno, Aug 24, 2013
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