Sonofusion at home....

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Re: Sonofusion at home....

Post by BrettWilder » Thu Jan 05, 2006 7:18 pm

from the sound of it, this project might be over my head right now

do you think using the standard design for my fusor would still work well for this project later?

what i'm wondering is HOW i should design my fusor now to be best used if i am to try this experiment later..... right now i dont have the skills or the money, but i would like to at least put a notch in things for later.

does anyone have any thoughts on that?

-brett

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Re: Sonofusion at home....

Post by Richard Hull » Fri Jan 06, 2006 4:26 pm

Very little from a fusor project, except for the neutron instrumentation, will carry over into the sonofusion area. A sonofusion chamber is quite special.

Sonoluminescence can and has been done in a common boiling flask found in chem labs.

Sorry.

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Re: Sonofusion at home....

Post by drboblog.com » Thu Nov 22, 2012 8:52 pm

Dear Brett,

You seem like a technical guy.

We need some kind of flashy fusor/reactor/electrolysis for a promotional video.


We believe that information & technology can solve all our problems and we are working on spreading knowledge outside on the nerd community.

We where planing a cold fusion demo but the inventor is so slow...
Do you or your friends have something? We pay for shipment if we can borrow something for promotional video.

www.drboblog.com

peace out

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Re: Sonofusion at home....

Post by Carl Willis » Thu Nov 22, 2012 9:58 pm

The thread here dates from 2005. It's now 2012. The best course of action for contacting the poster on something this old is to click his name, send a private message, and avoid bumping attention to a dormant thread.

Also, asking to borrow peoples' equipment to make a "promotional video" sounds like a non-starter. I suspect most in our community would share the mindset that if this stuff interests you, you should adopt a DIY mentality and get involved.

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Re: Sonofusion at home....

Post by drboblog.com » Thu Nov 22, 2012 10:59 pm

Dear Carl,

DIY, not very helpful as I see it.

And FYI I do have some work in progress...
Ill send you some videos when its finished


Best Regards

/ Bob


Carl Willis wrote:
> The thread here dates from 2005. It's now 2012. The best course of action for contacting the poster on something this old is to click his name, send a private message, and avoid bumping attention to a dormant thread.
>
> Also, asking to borrow peoples' equipment to make a "promotional video" sounds like a non-starter. I suspect most in our community would share the mindset that if this stuff interests you, you should adopt a DIY mentality and get involved.
>
> -Carl

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