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The Water Engine

Started by Art, June 08, 2022, 13:58:35 PM

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This is certainly believable but there always seems to be some sort of "secret ingredient" that is key to the operation.

For what it's worth, it would be a great idea but I'd like to know how long do those stainless steel plates last?

For something to be produced, something has to be sacrificed/consumed.

Perhaps so many plates per hour/day/week/month, etc. There has to be a measurement unit. More will hopefully come to light soon.
(if it was a real event).


This seems to be a basic but functional device, what it needs now is some refinement of the components/plates and voltage used on the plates.

It needs some serious optimisation but very cool indeed.  :thumbsup:

At least that's how I see it.


I had just warched this video at You Tube,  I am not sure about this because it looks like he built it on a generator and
it is possible we are being tricked.  Water flowing could produce electricy I'd say  lots of Hydro electric generators around