The electromagnetic radiation receiver

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Vasile posted this 23 December 2017

Hello everyone, this are some old videos I stumbled accross some time ago and thought posting in order to bring more light on us on the subject of energy.Enjoy.

 

 

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Zanzal posted this 24 December 2017

I thought his claim that they use neutrinos was interesting.. At one point it appeared he touched both contacts with his fingers and displayed no visible reaction.. I am pretty much at a loss for this. Anyone have any ideas?

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Vasile posted this 24 December 2017

He says,

This kind of electricity is very much like lightning...

Electrostatic discharge is what he is saying.Electrostatic to me, seems unbound, open, it does not close upon itself.If u take a magnet and pass it accross a wire you usualy have to close the loop.Nikola Tesla made some experiments with high frequency alternators in witch he realized one wire energy transfer(no closed loop), but still, I think those are very different from clasical electrostatic discharge.Maybe that's why he doesnt get hurt, because the electricity is manifesting differently.

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Zanzal posted this 24 December 2017

In video #1 at :40 seconds he says something to the effect of neutrinos and other things striking the earth 24 hours a day causes electrons to build up in one rod and deplete in the other. So his device is perhaps best described as a battery, one that can be replenished simply by cutting the flow of power. That's pretty amazing tech.

Found this: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/neutrino-energy-clearly-the-energy-of-the-future-300475268.html

I think the reference to lightning must be that lightning is formed because of charge differential between the upper atmosphere and earth. So he's saying that his device separates charge using the same processes that create lightning. That means his device would be DC.. Of course I am not sure what DC voltage is required to light those bulbs, but it must be fairly high.

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