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- 3 weeks ago
I like that, I'll play around with it and see what all I have to do to increase its voltage. Then run it through a inverter for powering a TV or Drill.
But can you use something like that to heat a house, greenhouse or an unlicensed, unregistered dispensiary (asking for a friend)
It takes energy to magnetize the battery. Where does that energy come from? Conservation of energy.
- a month ago
Is this for real? where does one get the pieces?
I dont know I never tried it.
Looks like used copper tape to make those discs, then I guess you have to buy a thin sheet of zinc to stamp those out unless you can find them pre cut elsewhere.
imagine never needing to pay for electricity to charge your cellphone.
Well I'm a back yard scientists, I'll give it go and find out for myself .
Hmm... But, how long does the charge LAST?... Has the LED been left on overnight, for example? That, and what kind of CURRENT FLOW does produce -- was a clamp meter used on a circuit with that "battery"? Also, electricity can, indee, flow through a person without injuring them, when the voltage is required is low: it'll just take the path of least resistance, such as across the epidermis, as the skin is a conductor.