Central implosive electrolysis

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Re: Central implosive electrolysis




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 16/11/23, 19:35

I would rather recommend electrodes (and a trephine...). : Mrgreen:
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by Ahmed » 16/11/23, 19:49

Rather than Facom, good but expensive, I would recommend "Béta", an Italian brand which produces a whole range of quality tools at a fair price. However, I don't know if it includes electrodes and drill bits...
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by sicetaitsimple » 16/11/23, 20:22

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:I would rather recommend electrodes (and a trephine...).


But how did you get a photo of our friend Peterr?
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by sicetaitsimple » 16/11/23, 20:53

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:It is a friend... : Mrgreen:


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by plasmanu » 17/11/23, 06:14

Ahmed, Facom is one of the first manufacturers to join the perpetual movement. It's guaranteed for life. You break it and presto it's new and it will be indefinitely : Mrgreen:
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by Macro » 17/11/23, 13:55

plasmanu wrote:Ahmed, Facom is one of the first manufacturers to join the perpetual movement. It's guaranteed for life. You break it and presto it's new and it will be indefinitely : Mrgreen:


Except... You break it, put it back on and you've got it in your ass: normal wear and tear or inappropriate use....
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by peter » 17/11/23, 17:28

Well, let's try "your terrestrial scientific language"...humans! : Mrgreen:

...and I did not create this website which ALSO states that there are 2 Forces!
https://www.methodephysique.fr/piles_daniell/#electrons

A force that goes in the OPPOSITE direction of that of the Electrons...
Well, as luck would have it, for an electric current there are Amperes, and Volts...
So, the Amps would go in the OPPOSITE direction of the electrons...

So, the calculation of a CURRENT..., through a SECTION of wire....AGAIN we see that this DOES NOT CONCERN...Electrons!
But clearly a non-particle Force called Amps...
So the calculation of a current stipulating electronss is FALSE.

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" In the circuit, there is an electric current which is alwaysopposite to the direction of movement electrons.
This current is denoted i and represented by the green arrow, the electrons denoted e- represented by the red arrow
."

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http://www.methodephysique.fr/pile_dani ... ctrons.jpg

______________________________AH, I forgot, in MATTER, Amps, it DOES NOT EXIST!

There are ONLY Electric Forces and Magnetic Forces!
Amps are a FAKE Name for Magnetic Fields at the atomic level.
But you are going to say that Magnetic Fields called "Amperes", SENT in a cable, is NOT possible...except by... : Mrgreen: ... CONDUCT.

Go and say otherwise, you clowns...
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Re: Central implosive electrolysis




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 17/11/23, 17:44

Ahmed wrote:Rather than Facom, good but expensive, I would recommend "Béta", an Italian brand which produces a whole range of quality tools at a fair price. However, I don't know if it includes electrodes and drill bits...

Hazet, a German brand, is also very good.
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