Electric neutrino generator

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Re: Electric neutrino generator




by peter » 31/10/23, 17:59

As for FALSE Experts polluting the media and other networks and infringing on forums...

...so-called experts in ElectroMagnetics... not even CAPABLE of converting MHz to Ghz!!

2 hands are not even enough to count them, there are so many.

I have archived a few that I have "downloaded as it should"...publicly!!
The worst being that the censorship AI AUTHORIZES them to Handiphobia and slander of all kinds...
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Re: Electric neutrino generator




by Which » 31/10/23, 19:10

Is this a Halloween animation?
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Re: Electric neutrino generator




by plasmanu » 31/10/23, 19:27

Waking up will be hard.
I recommend putting 2 fingers in the socket to discover the world of electrosensitivity
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Re: Electric neutrino generator




by peter » 31/10/23, 19:55

According to this video


graphene has a Negative potential, and the author cites that graphene is attracted to an electrode connected to an Earth...

Wiki cites that graphene absorbs up to 90% of electromagnetic energy...probably ambient.
https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphène
" In early 2014, British researchers showed in the journal Scientific that a layer of graphene can absorb 90% of electromagnetic energy in certain frequency bands. A thin layer could therefore block the propagation of a wireless network, for example to secure or confine the radio propagation of Wi-Fi35."

I suppose there is WiFi on the TV sets...

Nowhere are neutrinos mentioned...
In reality, many phenomena occur on graphene.
Simple acoustic vibrations also produce a magnetic field on the graphene, which can be evacuated in the form of an electric current.
And therefore probably well absorbed the atomic vibrations of the metal on which it was deposited.

In electrolysis I was able to observe that a copper electrode under negative potential attracts Oxygen...
Would this assembly be an Air Pile?
Or a module for capturing surrounding fields?
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Re: Electric neutrino generator




by peter » 31/10/23, 20:16

plasmanu wrote:Waking up will be hard.
I recommend putting 2 fingers in the socket to discover the world of electrosensitivity


No need, just chronically injure the human body
to have after-effects that become hypersensitive.
For its you have many options than daily destiny or
the Company offers you “gracefully”.

...or imposes it on you by force under penalty of sanctions.

Sometimes even a complete Lot.
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Re: Electric neutrino generator




by peter » 31/10/23, 20:19

Who wrote:Is this a Halloween animation?


Yes, it becomes readable with a tachyon engine...
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Re: Electric neutrino generator




by plasmanu » 02/11/23, 21:00

Peterr wrote:...so-called experts in ElectroMagnetics... not even CAPABLE of converting MHz to Ghz!!

2 hands are not even enough to count them, there are so many.

I found :
1 megahertz =
0,001 gigahertz
So 1000Mhz = 1Ghz
And when my ass is itchy, I only have one stinky finger, no need for both hands
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Re: Electric neutrino generator




by peter » 02/11/23, 21:58

Well,
what if we talked about Neutrinos?
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Re: Electric neutrino generator




by DrBombay » 05/11/23, 18:55

Interesting, if it works. Still 11000 euros per power cube!
Couldn't find the point of sale.
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Re: Electric neutrino generator




by plasmanu » 05/11/23, 20:36

DrBombay wrote:Interesting, if it works. Still 11000 euros per power cube!
Couldn't find the point of sale.


It would be more judicious to split electrons. Like Jesus with the bread and the fish.

Young's double slit experiment with an electron gun.
This experiment is frequently cited as the most beautiful in all of physics. This qualifier comes from the fact that it perfectly illustrates wave-particle duality, a fundamental principle of quantum physics.

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The result of this experiment is highly counterintuitive if one has never done quantum physics where all objects, including the electron, have a dual wave-particle nature. Only this dual nature makes it possible to satisfactorily predict the results of this experiment.
https://physique.u-bordeaux.fr/Espaces- ... -electrons
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