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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

02:48 min | 8 months ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"November eighteenth. Two thousand nine thousand nine hundred. You are listening to the O'Reilly update. Here's what's happening today in America. The attorney general calls the impeachment inquiry and all out war to undermine the president. TV ratings show. Americans largely he disco interested. Louisiana's Democratic governor winds against the trump machine mayor pay rises the first place the latest Iowa poll new study shows Americans having a harder time falling asleep. Also ahead the message on torturing culturing the president but first torney general bar defending the president from the quote Democrats scorched Earth War against the White House saying Donald Trump's policies like the travel ban have quote neither transgress the constitution or traditional norms unquote. Somehow Democrats are now calling for bars impeachment which seems to be a theme of these days television ratings ratings for the first few days of public impeachment hearings not good day one drew about thirteen million viewers for shy of the nineteen million in that watched James Comey or the twenty million tuned in for Michael Cohen. Gop Congressman Devon Nunez calling the plummeting ratings a quote embarrassment for the Democrats. A new poll says only twenty one percent of Americans are paying attention to impeachment. The deep South only the Democratic governor wins re election in Louisiana John Bel Edwards defeating Republican businessman Eddy responding by less than two percent about forty thousand volts president trump campaigned alongside responding. Three times cleaning a last minute rally. Donald Trump won Louisiana by twenty points joins in two thousand sixteen. There is a new front runner in Iowa Pete. Buddha Judge Mayor P tops the list of Democratic candidates in the latest polls with twenty two percent of support Joe Biden trails at Nineteen Elizabeth Warren Eighteen Bernie sanders thirteen. This study says Americans are having a a hard time falling asleep and staying asleep report from Iowa State University reveals now takes. US adults sixty to ninety minutes does off researchers say the problem is getting worse for younger Americans. Forty percent of adolescents are not catching the proper amount of Z's every single night. I attribute this to the smart phone addiction in a moment is strange. Look at the impeachment follies right now. Anyone with a mortgage.

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

14:44 min | 9 months ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on This Week in Science

"If you go to patriotic and donate at the fifty dollar per month level and above so the fifty dollars per month level if you go and donate their you'll become eligible for getting a framed piece of art so there's twelve pieces of stained glass art that will be available this year and there are some leftover from previous previous calendars from previous years. Anyone who's already at that fifty dollars a month level. You're already eligible but if you are twenty five dollars a month fifteen dollars a month and you WANNA get in in there for a short period of time. Get a framed piece of art sign up the fifty dollars a month level. If you support us at that level for three months we'll send and you a wonderful framed piece of art original by Blair not cut out of not not memorex. Did I just say memorex not photocopy. Not a reproduction not chopped out of the calendar with Pera scissors the original art that Blair created for the calendar. You'll get that original art in a frame and it's just for the next next two weeks until the fourteenth and once that's that's gone. That's it so get in there. If you want a framed piece of art from Blair this is exciting to us because it will help us raise funds for some things that we that we need to do as as a group as a podcast and we would really appreciate your support you know not only will you get that piece of art but you will also get the that warm fuzzy feeling the knowledge that you are supporting an independent science podcast who does not get support support from any big advertisers or big names. We'd stay independent so that we can be as unbiased as possible for you. You thank you for supporting this week in science. We really could not do any of this without you. Uh Wish we're back with or more yeah and we are back for that section of the show that segment of the show that we love to call this weekend. What has science done for me. That's how cold helping out there. Oh Wow all right. Here's our letter this week. Hello everybody so what science done for me lately well lately being twenty nine years ago disclaimer disclaimer disclaimer myself. Preservation skills are poor at best. I'm attracted to caution tape. Halloween of nineteen ninety in my senior year of high school while out with a friend by car broke down while waiting for a ride to come pick us up. I decided to climb a high voltage transmission tower. Oh no I I always thought don't touch wire. What's the worst that can happen and I found out I was fifty. Five feet up the Tower Fifteen fifteen feet below the power lines when the power arked off and hit me my friend yeah my friend. Kelly was on the ground and and said the sky lit up so bright. It was midnight by the way that she couldn't see me. She said I kept screaming. I can't let go when suddenly darkness and my body fell to the ground hit cats better when I hit the ground. I started a brushfire yet. I was an editor never met one of those before the base of the Tower was surrounded by a six foot fence with three strands of barbed wire on the top. Remember that disclaimer. I climbed all of that to accomplish this goal. I was motionless at this point thought to be dead within minutes. The emergency crews were showing up and yelling at me to lay still to avoid further injuries. She had to do this because they weren't allowed to cut the lock on the gate until the power company showed up to determine whether or not it was safe to enter after about yeah after about forty five minutes the brushfire had extinguished and Kelly was losing remind that no it was helping me and onlooker walked around to the back of the fence and pulls up from the ground at which point Kelly slid underneath and approached me this apparently changed the situation and gave cause for the cops to cut the lock and the paramedics entered and retrieved me good job Kelly. I was put into a helicopter often the hospital well in the chopper. I died arriving at the hospital with no signs of life better. I'm so sorry the Er unit grabbed the defibrillator. Anyone see the irony where this is going Robert Yeah so anyway. They shocked me back to life. I spent the next seven days in a coma. Both lungs had collapsed and I was on a respirator. After waking from the coma I was still in a space between meaning responsive but not aware I came around on November twenty third with no recollection of what had happened to this day. I have no memory of the event or the twenty minutes or so leading up to it everything. I'm telling you simply what has been told to me. I was forty eight percent second third degree burn. My left arm was welded to my side due to a broken collarbone the only break from a fifty five foot fall. They couldn't start physical therapy until it healed for weeks in that meant. My left arm was useless when I awoke a rep from the power. Company told me I was hit with roughly one hundred forty thousand volts coal fired at that after ten months of therapy and a few surgeries I could lift a glass of water to my mouth within a year. I had a full recovery and started rock climbing. I went on to get a job as a stunt performer with full use of my arms science. CI- science made all of this possible science figured out a way to make me whole and live on to travel all the world doing awesome things with amazing people when someone tells me they don't trust science. I simply take my shirt off and point out that it wasn't a politician Titian or belief that allowed me to tell my story. It was science pure science. I love your show Blair's. Theme Song Stays in my head for days as after each episode. Keep doing what you're doing and thanks for letting me share my story. Take Care Josh Hicks Joshua's an incredible story. You are one lucky person. Oh my goodness and and I'm GonNa say Science and Kelly and Kelly thank you Kelly and maybe Kelly had been a little bit more persuasive fifty five tells them that is barb wire has the consequence that is a fantastic antastic store and I love I love the fact that the the disregard for caution to some degree even even after you know stunt profession is going to be a little pre planning. Perhaps things will go. Thank you so much for sharing with us. It was yeah. This is people in the chat. Room are have loved it. They're all saying then what a story it really is and I mean it is amazing that you are able to tell it today. I would love science. You tell me how I can keep my son from doing stunts like that when he's older but possible uh-huh Cheryl share this story that's right. I'll tell him the story. Maybe don't ever do that actually forget to sign this caution awesome bishopscourt little plaques with this story story like Oh. I I yeah Josh. Thank you so much for enjoying twists. Thank you for listening. Thank you for sharing just just amazing and yeah thank you science for making it possible for you to share everybody. If you have a story you would like to share if you have a note. If if you have a poem if you have yes some small tidbits how science has science has done for you lately or twenty nine years ago. Oh let me know send me an email Pearson at this week in science dot Com or leave a message on our facebook page all right Justin. Let's move back into the science. Dan Tell me about bacteria. Let's see what is the story. This is yeah so we've talked about it a bit on. Oh show how I think the is twenty fifty which is not that long from thirty ish years at there could be ten million deaths per year due to basic infections because antibiotic resistance is going going to be a real proud amongst microbes that has been able to justin evolve to the ways that we've been attacking vacuum. We have new in different ways in approaches coming up Howard. This research is little bit alarming because it is pointing out that Metra situations can shed their skin. They can actually exist without a cell wall. which is the thing that in most humans human cells? Don't have this hour walk aw and so the way the body identifies intruders. Is this weird thing that they have on the outside of their cell. which is this the shell in? That's where they attack and destroy bacteria is drugs that we have developed. This is what our any by addicts do is. They identify pathogens by this outer. Shell this study it was a specific to Urinary Tracts in elder folks but they found that back there were by filtering it can sort of an interesting thing they had this filter. That should have filtered out I believe it's E. Coli in the study this. This is in nature communications. Look specifically at bacterial species associated with recurrent urinary tract infections found many different bacterial species issues including E-coli that can survive as with their calling L. Form in the human body that is having gotten rid of that outer cell wall so what happens then is also changes. Breeding behavior changes the shape of bacteria area. It changes a lot of things that the body might normally use identified so they are now looking into the finding these these ways to target l. form and it might be more it. Mike the Pervasive of course they found in this study. This is something that that come up in noticed some long long time ago by researchers but hasn't really surfaced again on a long time. This discovery is pretty big and finding that there is another way in which factory in exists within the human body that we give deviously I'm sure there are probably many ways bacteria exist in our bodies bodies that not aware of where only aware of ways that we can grow in a petri dish or you know if we can in sequence the sequence the gene then associated with some kind of phenotype and we say oh. That's what that is but yeah. There's probably yeah this is cool that so it was first discovered in nineteen thirty five by EMI heinburger note bell who named named after the Lister Institute where she was working at the time. This is why they're the L. Really Wild. It's such a fundamental fundamental aspect of bacteria. That's no that they didn't survive without changes. It makes a lot of interesting arguments to how many how much bacteria is there that that we don't know about estimates and these are these are also. They're discovering this in bacteria that normally when we had it's not just a former bacteria that doesn't have a so all this is showing bacteria that have cell walls normally can also survive in mode without which is then another sort of evolutionary trait. Perhaps or war didn't make arguments about pre-revolutionary traits about like if you don't don't mean microbes it might can exist without a cell wall. Maybe in the first place maybe the cell Wallace something that much. You know it's at both ends. It's sort of asking questions so interesting study and I can't wait to hear more is reached outs into this yeah..

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"What and that was a problem so there you go message to Paul from scripts ranch I I I really hope you keep listening to the show I was having fun you are having fun and I just literally was up against it on the clock I I would love to have a longer conversation about H. a ways and is no disrespect at all I was I was goofing around with you I I just I've had my run ins with H. always and I know you're not tasked with keeping the riffraff out about protecting and preserving the value of the property and and that sort of stuff but that being said you know is the recipient of many the magic letter coming in from the H. away you know it's it's it's always a an unwelcome visit in our example we we never had problems we own our property and so like I we never anybody who came into the property inspection on our building on our on our inside unit I do know there are H. O. A.'s that whether or not it's legal they they they will what they'll do is it's very interesting because if they usually are dominated by like old ladies it's always usually controlled by the old ladies and their mom the old lady militia they go out late at night with a little yapping dogs and they look to see who's having a good time in those with people to get the letters there were there were there been old ladies I I know about an H. away organizations who would key in your unit while you were on vacation and then determine if your decor was appropriate or not really and they would then they would then reserve the right to take you know also the core out of your place and then redo it painted and then they would send you an H. away bill for giving you a more fashionable apartment or a condo you know they might go in the fridge see what you got in there maybe listen you did a little too much on the protein in little more greens here's a forty dollar fine shop properly I just you know swimmers things they would do and the if somebody went out of town for a prolonged period of time and they didn't think you quite for the community they would list the place for sale and then give you the the pay out on the other side and I don't know that that's even illegal because they would say look we own the slab you're merely merely living in the state you all you control as the walls inside the room and that's just that that's how it is and you will refer to me you were referred to me as much as as as my my boss know how they will call him on the bus when I come do not make eye contact with me when I walk by your property checking your lint trap you make sure you do you were very your eyes and you call me ma'am and then you don't listen I'm gonna be mama cancer tumors well listen listen I have heard situations where the the star chamber of the H. away you know when they all sit together decide who's going to be hit next they will send the old ladies out to kind of scout as there's a child playing you know Jack's on a sidewalk or riding a skateboard build they'll give the kid the ride though the play the taser just didn't give the hot sauce right there Hey can you tell me you want to live up to the hot sauce that's horrible breath that's like a do you want to try to yeah Hey let me tell you something your manager in your in your way and the H. away president enters your home or your sleep looking like Pennywise stands over the bed and says I brought you a bowl let me tell you some I'm I'm taking the taser from women like them up right there I'm in with forty thousand volts of truth of you with the full right look you you have to follow the rules and that does include occasionally not camping on the roof of your building and attacked like they get upset about the giver of said cook aus they like drones flying specially stuff armed with hellfire missiles that's not cool Hey I was the first time I was in my H. away first for the July I was there we had neighbors lighting fireworks off and stand on the balcony trying to cook a kebab and a barbecue a bottle rocket landed like six inches from my head I was yelling where the hell's the H. away they said to me we don't have jurisdiction because about a rocket came from a non H. away property is gonna have to stand there with a gun so I just stand there for the next twenty minutes for the garbage can lead like a shield deflecting these.

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on WJR 760

"Remember that deal only through June the thirtieth. All right. Let's go. Call off a yeah. Really, you know, people could only see the blank stare on. Frequently. That's probably because early. You know, it's bad. We're very fortunate to be able to do this. We love doing this show. It's very fun. Yeah. But sometimes we gotta get up really early. And and the problem with getting up really early is like me, I had dreams all night about not getting up in time. And I I had a miserable. My sleeping, you know. Thank god. This is radio too. Because Steve if they senior PJ's you're winning right now. I mean, if you're you're if you the listening audience is if you're like me, I have dreams, but I forget most of them if not nearly all of them, but you have a detailed of exactly what happened on your mazing. Not amazing. It's terrifying. These dreams about you know, like today as I was up and woke up every two hours having dreams that I was late and it was like what's going on. But they say in. I don't know this for a fact, but they say, you know, your dreams are generally like less than ten seconds. But I'm telling you it drains, the whole Niamh mine. Mine are mine are, you know, full full fledged movies. It's it's a it's a full two hours. And it's it's an I max on top of it. So they're they're really terrified. And then, you know, if I'm really this is more than you really need to know what I'm having one of those kind of dreams. Sometimes I drool a little bit. It's even it's even more frustrating. All right. Well, there you go. They were all one big family. Let's go to David David has a Toro lawnmower and David how old's your lawnmower. It's about ten years old. I think thousand eight okay, very good. And when you try to start you say, you have no spark, no spark. Okay. And how did you verify that? I looked at the guy used a battery cable to go around the heart that goes into the frame and connected that to the frame bell. Sometimes that like see it. Well, sometimes even though you know, it works. Well on cars, the best thing you can do is if you can just actually have the plug in the wire in hold it up against the cylinder head of that's all possible. Because you know, you're you're not it's it's an ignition system that generates spark, but not not that much through large long cables because it's called a voltage drop. So if you could have someone just, you know, hold it while you polar and crank, and if you see that spark is nine out of ten times, it's very rare for your older law more like that not to have spark. And if it doesn't have spark it could because of a safety, switch promise propelled unit. A self propelled. So, you know, you've got you know, the one one feature that's mechanical that will shut shut the blade down install the engine. And then of course, you do have another feature analogy, a automatic is that a recycler Toro that has an automatic choke. Yes. Okay. So what you need to do is verify that spark I because you may be going in the wrong direction and do it by just holding the plug up against the the cylinder. Head is going to be your best bet. But is this the people to do that? Yeah. That's fine. But do it that what you're gonna find out most likely spark? I'm going to say your main problem. This is the first time you're trying to start it for the year. Well, yes couple of weeks ago. Okay. What you need to do is go to the carburetor. I believe it's going to be either a ten millimeter or a half inch ranch. And what you're going to want to do is put rags up underneath the fuel ball. It's easy to access and you're gonna just loosen that that not up you're not gonna take it out. And when you see the fuel drain out of it. You're gonna see it's going to be almost like a bright yellow, and then let that drain out in. What about the fuel in the tank is it fuel from last year or is it fresh fuel fuel, and I've already done the football. Okay. You drained it out. Okay. So, but here's the issue. If it I believe you have sparked, and it's still going to be a Carburetion problem. And it may be to the point that you have an inside the carburetors called a a spray bar that spray bar could still have that heavy residue in there in if that heavy residue that it it's almost like I'm going to call it like a Honey is what happens because it actually evaporates in the fuel bowl because of the ethanol fuels that you still may have some of that inner so you may. When you let it drain. How far did you let it drain out all out all out? Okay. So you yeah. Oh, you actually took the float out. Well, the bowl, okay. In you clean to bowl. Was there? A lot of residue in the bottom of the ball. No. Okay. But again, the spray bar still could be plugged with that. So what you're going wanna do start off verify their spark? And if you pulled on a before, and whatever you may contaminated the Corneau's of the plug, so you may want to spend a few bucks and have a new spark plug on hand new spark plug through dollars twenty. Yes. I said spend a couple of bucks on a plug. But but verify again using that method to make sure we're not dealing with the Carburetion problem dance talking about with the spark right where you take the spark plug have some you're gonna you're right. You have to have two people unless you had electric spark. I mean electric start, but hold it right next to where it it's on the engines head, and you make it, you know, if you got bad wire, you may get jolted. So maybe put a rag around it. But look at it. It's going to be a week's very weak talking like a car where you have forty thousand volts. Yeah. You're talking about NATO system. You're going gonna have a very weak blue spark of there. And we think it's almost like ninety percent of the time Carburetion problem. Not a spark problem on that engine. Okay. 'cause I've already changed the solid state modulate call. It was a waste of time and money. I think you've got a problem with your carburetor could be as simple as the needle in cedar. Just stuck right now. What I do with mine if if I've neighbor's lawn mower, I try not to let them see I do this. But I grab it. And I put it back and forth on its wheels. Into to try to break in other words rocket like a Bronco horseback. And that'll that'll actually do it. Even if you use the product called start, your engines it can't get through there. So try that I think you're going to be successful. All right. Very good. David one eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven that is.

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on A Moment of Science

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on A Moment of Science

"You probably remember that heavier than air flight was first cheap by the Wright brothers in nineteen zero three after more than a century airplane technology is mature, and we shouldn't expect major breakthroughs. You're wrong. Don in twenty eight teen a team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of technology developed an entirely new form of airplane. Propulsion that doesn't have any moving parts. No all airplane proposal involves moving services like propellers were jet Roeder's to push the air. How could you possibly make an airplane engine without moving parts and statin leading parts? The researchers used electrical charges the engine used fine wires with forty thousand volt charges to cause some air molecules to become electrically charged. Or I and is d- then they used these electric charges to accelerate the mass of air moving through the engine creating an Ionic wind that flows out the back, the wind powers the airplane. Just like the wind generated by moving propeller. That's right. Pretty impressive. No moving parts or burning fossil fuels are needed. When can I fly on one? It'll be a while the test flight used a model airplane that weighs just five and a half pounds with a wingspan of sixteen feet, they fluid indoors at an MIT. Jim the longest flight. Was one hundred ninety six feet which was just a bit longer than the Wright brothers. I flight the efficiency of the engine depends on the arrangement of its electrodes and the search for the best arrangement is just getting started. There's still lots of research ahead. There's moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm ya'll Cassandra dog glass.

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A New Kind Of Airplane

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 1 year ago

A New Kind Of Airplane

"You probably remember that heavier than air flight was first cheap by the Wright brothers in nineteen zero three after more than a century airplane technology is mature, and we shouldn't expect major breakthroughs. You're wrong. Don in twenty eight teen a team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of technology developed an entirely new form of airplane. Propulsion that doesn't have any moving parts. No all airplane proposal involves moving services like propellers were jet Roeder's to push the air. How could you possibly make an airplane engine without moving parts and statin leading parts? The researchers used electrical charges the engine used fine wires with forty thousand volt charges to cause some air molecules to become electrically charged. Or I and is d- then they used these electric charges to accelerate the mass of air moving through the engine creating an Ionic wind that flows out the back, the wind powers the airplane. Just like the wind generated by moving propeller. That's right. Pretty impressive. No moving parts or burning fossil fuels are needed. When can I fly on one? It'll be a while the test flight used a model airplane that weighs just five and a half pounds with a wingspan of sixteen feet, they fluid indoors at an MIT. Jim the longest flight. Was one hundred ninety six feet which was just a bit longer than the Wright brothers. I flight the efficiency of the engine depends on the arrangement of its electrodes and the search for the best arrangement is just getting started. There's still lots of research ahead. There's moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm ya'll Cassandra dog glass.

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Have Mongolian taste for milk by thirteen hundred BC in Mongolia. We already had cattle sheep and goats daring taking place these animals are not native to the region. But I that future flight like you say seventy five years or so since propellers churning the gave way to spinning turbines jet engines to propel our airplanes, well this week news of propulsion with no moving parts, it's all just electric fields and an Ionic wind. The concept has been tested on a scale model in a hangar in Boston. This inventor MIT engineer. Stephen Barrett came into the studio to tell me about the project. It's solid state electric propulsion. And that means that it's different to say electric fans where you cause an electric motor to rotate your fan. This is directly using electrical energy to here. And how does that work? We which means we strip electrons of Emily kills that makes them. Charged. And then we use an electric field to move the charged particles, whereas a normal airplane propeller one you're driving the with moving blades. This is direct electric affect exactly. So we're accelerating ions which of these charged molecules directly with an electric fields. And they collide with other Amela heels and transfer momentum to them is only a is a small one, but this is an airplane that doesn't have a visible engine on it that doesn't have an engine that you'd recognize. But it does have an array of filaments under the wings, which create the islands, then an array of thin wing like structures, which then collect the island. So there is an engine region. But it's nothing like you'd normally imagining engine looks like you got these filaments the on is. Yeah. That takes a very high voltage is that right twenty thousand volts positive, and then the the other parts these thin air falls, their minus twenty thousand volts, so forty thousand volts entitle does it. Glow. I mean, I always imagine. If you go there's a blue global. Did you get a blue glow in the darkness? You call it in the light. But maybe future big evasions. You might even see in daylight, the front end of this is the wing is it that's where you get it all iron is. And then since the airplane and pushes against those lines with the electric field across the rest of the wing. That's exactly right. And that's the kind of current setup, of course, going forward. We imagine different ways. It's might look and you've tested it on this prototype, which is how big price five meters. Wingspan two point four five kilograms and flies at five meters per second, which is walking pace or what it's more running pace running pace and her father. Did it go about sixty meters? So that was constrained by the size of the gym that we flew there. Crofton in fact, in some of the test flights were crashed the aircraft into walls into the ceiling. So definitely fly control convenient. I love the picture of this. But there must be. A motivation for me is really environmental because if you think rather long term future of aviation, we have a huge growth rate in passenger numbers doubling or tripling by twenty fifty. And if you won't have reductions in CO two emissions something like eighty percent of that timescale. That means you need something like ninety five percent reduction in the carbon intensity of air travel. So clearly any kind of conventional technology might imagine isn't gonna get anywhere close. So in principle, you could have something powered by batteries paps in the future and electric fields. And you won't get any of those exhaust pollution. You wouldn't get any direct CO two emissions. You'd obviously want to charge the batteries with clean power. You wouldn't get contrails which of these artificial clouds that created, and you wouldn't get carbon monoxide and said another emissions butts. You probably would get ozone. And that's one of the concerns with the signal the Finn Weiss at high voltages can create ozone. Sometimes you think of it as good gas because. Hi, Al she absorbs ultraviolet radiation, otherwise because skin cancer, and we need. Hi up but low down, it's bad for our health. If you breathe it in it affects your health. And so we definitely don't want to create more ozone laurel ostrich, you've got sort of a toy version of this to fly. What are the prospects for making something much heavier much bigger that can actually carry people or loads? Well, I think the prospects of making something that's perhaps ten or fifteen meters wingspan is really quite near term because that's not all that different to what will achieved already. But when you're talking about spans, a thirty or forty meters, like large commercial aircraft. That's really a very long way off. And if you think about a normal airline, it takes about ten years to build it or design and build it. So that's with conventional propulsion. So during that with something that's using propulsion. You know, nothing about we'll take much longer than ten years. So what is the next step? The next step is to try and make out what we think of as the next generation of propulsion technology by Robin. Having all these thin wires under the wings would integrate the propulsion into the skin of the aircraft. So it rolled them having a skin of an aircraft that produces drag. You're just credit flow across the skin of the aircraft. And that would be the propulsion system. In other words, no distinct propulsion system, all in the skin of the aircraft in a way sounds a bit. Like, those early biplane lots of struts and filaments all over it. How close is it to that actually is a bit like a biplane? In fact, the next design I envision would be something like a tendon biplane, so two sets of byplanes, and the reason as you said that you can put the propulsion structures between the biplane wings looks just like that. And how did you get these high talking about tens of thousands of volts? How do you even generate that on a plane? Well, that's actually one of the tricky things and lost time engineers, look Ted's Ionic wins as as this is also called in the nineteen sixties. They concluded one of the reasons you couldn't do this because it'd be impossible to generate the voltages you need in a package light enough to use on that plane, but we worked I've lost five years with electrical engineers at MIT to develop ultra lightweight. Power Electric's that converts, low voltage battery output, one hundred volts to high voltage that we need forty thousand volts, and I imagine for a long flight you can Nate need either a big battery or some way of recharging it we'd need new Bashar technologies ultimately because today's tech isn't good enough for long flights. What about having solar power photovoltaic? There is some prospect of that. And actually the way you design a first of all take plane is quite similar to the Howard electric era. Genetic plane would look because you have a very long wing that gives you a lot of area to play with for electrodynamics. So it could be a potential application would steer the same way as replaying the current version does, but some pretty direct path to getting rid of all moving surfaces like. Elevators and rudders. And instead using electric fields to shape the flow and steer the plane by shaping the flow that way, you just have manipulate the voltages on the wings manipulate revolts, and perhaps manipulated the locations which is air. So there'd be two ways to control it grand designs from Stephen Barrett from MIT's department of 'aeronautics and astronautics now from electricity defying gravity to actress ity defining well, not quite gravity that mass the source of gravity you conserve miss. The news last Friday, the experts in Paris voted to redefine the kilogram. It doesn't way any more or less your groceries shouldn't be affected, but you're grossest scales will no longer be checked against a precious. Cylinder of metal kept in a Paris volts which could in principle gain sweaty, fingerprint or lose a few atoms if scratched instead, it's weight will be compared to current in a complex electromagnetic balanced, which themselves. Can be compared to constants of nature that have remained unchanged since the dawn of time. A reporter Henry Benny went to the UK's national physical abortuaries near London where this balance was invented and the accompanied NPL's Purdy Williams and the team as they headed to Paris burying their replica of the conventional kilogram. This is kilogram. Number eighteen. It's a platinum radium cylinder. Which was given to mpn eight hundred eight nine to be used as the standard started to mass it sits in a bell jar with an air filter to try and reduce the contaminants, which get on the weights, and we are taking this kilogram to Paris. And this is the last time it's going to be calibrated before the redefinition kicks in with voting to redefining kindergarten which is insane..

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Having me back. Now, you recently had a moment that was not unlike the early days of flight in the Wright brothers, tell me about that. Well, I mostly a witch moment that could be the moment where I stopped crashed in that moment to cut many times. But we did also have series of successful flies off too many many failed attempts. A successful flight tell me about it. So this was the the first of a flight of an airplane which had no moving parts in the propulsion system is based on. I only I only winds what's the airplane. Look like, it looks like a conventional across when you see it. But then you'll notice that it has no propulsion system as you'd normally expect. So there's no propeller there's no Gusta jet engine. It's instead Goten an array of wise underneath the wings, and those wise south to create ionized that how big is it? It's about five me his cross it weighs two point four five kilograms, and it flies five meters per second. And no noise. No, there's a slight electrical and the old crackle. Hopefully, we can get rid of that. How far did you airplane fly? If Lou sixty meters, which was the length of an indoor gym nays him that we had access to MIT for the indoor flight testing on could have gone much further than sixty meters fo the size of the gym. Well, tell me about how it works. How can you have an aircraft fly with no moving parts? The idea we apply is I and is at which means stripping the electrons from at an in particular nitrogen, which makes up the vast majority of Amel hills in the atmosphere. Once we've on is that we can accelerate the in an electric field and electrical full says of the same kinds of full you get when you rub a balloon in your head and you find it can stick to wool. So what's the setup? How do you make that work in an aircraft to produce thrust? It works by having a series of fine. Filaments navy from tha that craft and those find Philemon saw charge to twenty thousand volts so very high voltage now around these filaments the electric field. Get so strong. Young fats electrons are moved from nitrogen molecules leaving behind charged positive nitrogen ions. Now, these chalks positive ions are tracked to walls, the rare of the plane where we have an electrode at minus twenty thousand volts because positive charges negatives attract that cools as I own stream tools the back of the plane which intend crate say propulsion false. Oh, so you're you're kind of electrifying the air. So that it'll follow the the electric field from the front of the plane to the back exactly where we I nine Arab the front of the plane those irons than full of the electric field tools to the back of the plane, these ions collide millions of times with mutual molecules and transfer a momentum velocity to the mall heels through all these collisions. Oh, so the the electric is that are flowing drag the air around him with it. And that's your thrust. That's exactly right. And that's phenomena is whilst it's cold wind. And it's the purchase by which a stream of ions going through drags air along with it one of the main challenges in this course, was getting that forty thousand volt difference on you you don't get batteries that which is forty thousand volts. So what was your breakthrough because we we've talked before about this technology number of years ago, and you were just experimenting with it. But you had actually achieved flight what was the breakthrough the gut you into the air in order to do that we worked with some power Electric's experts at MIT, and they helped us develop a new type of power converter the steps of the voltage. You get from a battery from about one hundred volts to forty thousand bills. But the breakthrough roles was that most of those power converters are extremely heavy and might have been something like ten kilograms full they supplication which would be too heavy for flying a test flight, and I'll coli develop this new Oltra lightweight power converter that was five ten times lighter than what had been achieved before how efficient is it compared to say a jet engine..

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Fascinating development in aviation. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of technology or MIT have made the first ever flight of an electric airplane with no moving parts the craft is moved forward by what's called an ion drive and could mean a future of quieter and low emission aircrafts taking to the skies to find out how it works. I spoke to the MIT aerospace engineering, professor behind the project, Stephen Barrett. It's actually a little bit. Like ion drives that exist in space. So those happen use for several decades. But in this case the drive works in in the atmosphere and it works by ionizing air. So that means stripping electrons off of nitrogen molecules in air leaving behind positively charged nitrogen ions at once you've got something that's charged. It's possible to manipulate it or move it using an electric field. And that. That forces just like the force. You get if you rub it ballooning your head. And you find they can stick to things. So that electric sources, right? And this aircraft was in the f- about twelve seconds. And that's considered a success. Yes. So we flew it in in a sports hall, and that was about to sixty meter flight. Rich just the length of the sports hall and fluid ten times. So it could have flown further given the size of the hole that was the constraint. So there's no moving parts in this all propelled by the atmosphere. We all propelled by ionizing nitrogen, so stripping the electrons off of it, then using a strong electric field provided by a forty thousand volt power supply in order to accelerate those ions and create a what's called an Ionic wind that propels the vehicle along. Okay. So how close are we in terms of taking it to a bigger aircraft? And the future of ion drives, I suppose within the earth's atmosphere. So certainly nowhere near having people flying. These, but it might be feasible to imagine aeroplanes perhaps five or ten or fifteen meters across in wingspan flying in the reasoning near future unmanned, and they'd be serving purposes like environmental monitoring or traffic monitoring or purposes, we're having a silent aircraft. That's man might be useful. What inspired you Star Trek? Yes. It actually was started as a kid. I was actually inspired by the the silence. Shuffled traff that used to sort of blew in Nikolai by and I thought well, that's kind of how the future of aviation should look we shouldn't have Moisy repels and turbines, and we should have some sort of electrical way of doing this silently, and this aircraft had no noise at all. Did it? Well, you could hear very slight sort of electrical, but really very close to silent. And hopefully, we can engineer way that electrical imagine that that's the mitt aerospace engineering, professor Stephen Barrett. This has been Newsday with Connie and alad we're back on Monday..

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"A unique healthcare facility in Cranston Patricia Morgan yesterday She issued a statement she said. That she's. Officially launched. Her Rhode Island, job creator tour visiting employers and employees it successful small businesses throughout the, state thus far she has visited among, them let's, see fireworks catering that's in providence. Taylor box of Warren, also vibe cool. The vibrators out there in Richmond listening to owners and workers inside says and concerns as well as sharing, with them her plans for reinvigorating Rhode Island's. Economy and when we were talking, with her yesterday And I said you gotta be kind. Of bummed out you gotta be kinda disappointed that there really are no. Serious debates planned before the the primary. And she. Said she's. More disappointed for, the voters put deep down I think she knows she's disappointed because she's, got to go to name up there, you know, name recognition is absolutely everything for. These candidates especially if, they don't have. A lot of dough in their campaign coffers You know name recognition is absolutely key, and how much time is left before the primaries not much time whatsoever We talked about Joe Fleming the other day. From flying associates because, they put, out an eyewitness news Roger Williams university poll on what Monday of this week and in that poll he, said he, doesn't think that. The voters are? Really all, that engaged yet in this particular. Election and look, at I mean not engaged yet what? Are you. Gonna handful the. Days left before the primary so pretty interesting Rhode Island hospital in the nurses union oh boy here we, go they have filed complaints against each other who give you an idea, how the talks are going with them his Caroline Goggin from eyewitness news less than twenty four hours after negotiations resumed, between life span and the nurses union drama between the two escalated both lifespan and, the local five zero nine. Eight union filing complaints against each other, with the National Labor Relations board on Thursday, Rhode Island hospitals complaint claims the nurses union was, engaging in, quote bad faith bargaining during, the current contract negotiations the hospital claiming the union? Went on strike last Month over issues that were not subjective. Any proposal on the table as we've reported union members on the picket line said they weren't only, striking because of wages and benefits but also because of. A lack of resources, and staffing, hospital leaders have repeatedly said the union did not bring up those issues during the Goshi aviation's on Thursday, not long, after we learned. Lifespan was filing? Its complaint, unit fired back accusing the hospital. Of implementing changes, after the strike saying it deliberately targeted? Members of. The union who. Were active in the strike union council telling us quote the hospital knew ahead of time that we intended, to file charges this morning and, looks as if life span filed charges, to distract the public's attention from their own unlawful conduct we look forward to litigating these matters before the NLRB and, I spoke to union spokesperson Ray Sullivan over the phone he said he doesn't know, the timeline yet for when. The board will hear the complaints from, both the hospital and the union meantime both, sides are expected to meet again on August fifteenth I asked relevant. If those talks would still happen considering developments he told me he hasn't heard otherwise, Caroline Goggin from my witness news in today's Providence, Journal residents of block island concerned about how a high voltage power line for the first offshore wind farm in the United States that is supposed to be buried, became exposed the power line was visible on Wednesday of this week at low tide state beach now NBC ten reports that the thirty-seven thousand five hundred volt power line runs electrically generated by offshore deepwater wind turbines to the mainland and to block island residents resident doc Lewis said that people have been assured it's safe but asked would you want your children's stepping on forty thousand volts utility national grid says. Shifting sediment has exposed that line but officials are confident that it's safe national grid officials say that they're gonna keep. Block island updated on the situation Maher yeah that's cause for some concern there but national grid says it's safe so we're talking. About, the debate over the lack of debates in the Ron React and that's our poll question, for today do you think Governor Raimondo and Cranston mayor Allan Fung decision not to schedule primary debates will hurt them in the eyes of the voters moving, forward you. Can log onto NewsRadio RI dot com and give us a yes or no do. You, think that Governor Raimondo and Allen funds decision not to schedule primary debates will hurt them in, the eyes of voters so you can log on tell us. What, the. Think about that yesterday you wanna leave a comment you go, to the Facebook page for the program other day I? Asked you if debates, have a big impact do they, swing you one way or the other when you get into that voting booth and most of you said no really doesn't. Have, super duper impact me I liked, the debates because you just you. Know it it's not the homogenized stuff that the candidates wanna lay on you You know the moderator can. Ask a question that will take them, off in a different direction in one have you kind of takes him out of the comfort zone and I liked that in because. Then we can learn a little bit more about where they stand. So United nurses and allied professionals local fifty ninety eight and Rhode Island hospital they finally complaints against each other with the National Labor Relations. Board that, doesn't sound good the complaints, were filed yesterday just a day after the two sides. Meant for contract talks for the first time since there's? Is one on strike around the hospital alleging that the nurses union has negotiated in bad faith while, the union says the hospital has made changes. To workplace conditions that are. Supposed to be subjected to collective bargaining federal mediators schedule the. Second round of negotiations coming up for next Wednesday, so we'll see if they can make any headway there boy this one caught my eye what a strange story out of, Cranston Brian Amaral in the Providence Journal. Has a story about a guy who's, charged after police. Responded to a report of a teenage girl he was leading around On a leash is Daniel. Keefe from ABC six Mr. McEvoy ABC six speaking with the Cranston man posting controversial. Videos on his Facebook page with a teenage girl this is twenty. Five year old John McEvoy or doing nothing wrong there's nothing against, the wall with what was going on back voice shared videos of his seventeen year old girlfriend. Being walked on a leash and apparently drinking vodka it's not like I was doing anything like, against her will or something like it looked. Like like all that stuff is like completely consensual and so certain things people into the videos got the attention of the DC YIF which contacted Cranston police wanting them to do, a welfare check on her as it turns out the girl was not there when they went to mcevoy's house while they're sticking, out mcevoy's home on Beckwith. Street police approached him suspecting him of selling drugs McEvoy says he was in the sun room talking to to Cranston officers. When a third approached him from behind grabbed him and that's when he said he went through the. Window and the officers threw him on the table and that's when he got Pepper sprayed we contacted Cranston police to get their version, of the run in with. McEvoy we were told no drugs were found and he was pepper sprayed.

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Frankly because I was just I've, had it with the sticky stuff with this humidity a lot of people like that stuff Yeah my wife loves it I, can't stand it just drives me crazy mostly sunny a lot less humid you'll, notice you'll notice the, big change in. The stickiness as you walk out the front door or the back door how have you got out, of the house high of eighty seven degrees today and the trade off that I said I can live with the fact that the weekend is going, to be unsettled showers thunderstorms on Saturday very likely bet we're gonna see precipitation tomorrow with a high of seventy seven degrees less of a bet on Sunday but still the threat of scattered. Showers under, mostly cloudy skies for Sunday with a high of seventy nine degrees that's from storm team. Ten meteorologist Zac Greenwood got seventy one. Degrees right now Allan Fung GOP candidate. For governor and mayor of Cranston is gonna join us just. After the eight o'clock, news today, we, had, Patricia Morgan on yesterday you know one of the topics that, we'll, talk about is the debate. Over the. Lack. Of debates nothing really scheduled before the the primaries Patricia, Morgan yesterday she issued a statement she said that she's officially launched here in. Rhode Island job creator tour visiting employees Lawyers and employees in successful small businesses throughout the state thus far she has visited among them let's. See fireworks catering that's in providence Taylor box of Warren also vibe co the vibrators out there in Richmond listening to, owners and workers inside says and concerns as well as sharing with them her, plans for reinvigorating Rhode, Island's economy and. When we were talking with her yesterday and I said you gotta be kinda bummed out you've got, to be kind of disappointed that there really are no serious debates planned before the the primary and she said she's more disappointed for the voters put, deep down I think she knows she's disappointed because she's got to go to name up there you know name recognition is absolutely everything for these candidates especially if they don't have a lot. Of dough, in their campaign coffers you know name recognition is absolutely key in how much time is. Left before the primaries not much time. Whatsoever we talk with Joe Fleming the. Other day from flying because they put out an eyewitness news, Roger Williams university poll On what Monday. Of this week and in that poll. He said. He doesn't. Think that voters, are really all that. Engaged yet in, this particular election and look at, I mean not engaged yet what do, you got, a handful of days left before. The primary so pretty, interesting Rhode Island. Hospital and the nurses union oh boy here we go they, have filed complaints against each other. Who give you an idea how the talks are going with them his Carolina Goggin from eyewitness news less. Than twenty four, hours after negotiations resumed between life. Span and the. Nurses union drama between the two escalated both span and the local five zero nine. Eight union filing complaints against each other with the National, Labor Relations board on Thursday Rhode Island hospitals complaint claims the nurses union. Was engaging, in quote bad faith bargaining during the current contract negotiations the hospital claiming the union went on strike. Last month over issues that were not subjective any proposal on the table as we've reported union, members on the picket It, line said they weren't only striking because of wages and benefits but also because of a lack of. Resources and staffing hospital, leaders have, repeatedly said the union did not bring up those issues during the Goshi Asians on Thursday not long, after we, learned lifespan was. Filing its complaint unit fired back accusing the hospital of implementing changes? After the strike, saying it deliberately targeted members of the? Union who. Were active in. The strike union council telling us quote the hospital new head of time that we intended to file charges, this morning and looks as if life span filed charges to distract the, public's attention from their own unlawful conduct we look forward to litigating these matters before the NLRB and I spoke to, union spokesperson Ray Sullivan over the phone he said he doesn't know a timeline yet, for when the board will. Hear the complaints from both the hospital, and the union meantime both sides are expected, to meet again on August fifteenth I ask solvent if those talks would still happen considering. Developments he told me he hasn't heard otherwise Caroline Goggin from my way Would this news nine minutes after six o'clock in today's, Providence Journal residents block island concerned about how a high voltage power line for the first offshore wind farm in the United States that is supposed to be buried, became exposed the power line was visible on Wednesday of this week at low tide state beach now NBC ten reports that the thirty-seven thousand five hundred volt power line runs electricity generated by offshore deepwater wind turbines to the mainland and to block island residents resident doc Lewis said that people have been assured it's safe but asked would you want your children's stepping on forty thousand volts utility national grid says. Shifting sediment has exposed that line but officials are confident that it's safe national grid officials say that they're gonna keep. Block island updated on the situation there yeah that's cause for some concern there but national grid says it's safe six ten is. Radio, nine twenty one four seven FM we've got traffic and. Weather for you on the tents from the courtesy Hyundai drive, courtesy dot com traffic center once again Jackie Murphy I should say John Hamlin Johnson, the chair now John's brought to us by express employment professionals from early roadwork and one ninety five westbound at the. State line looks like they're done and traffic is getting looking okay by the state line by one fourteen and.

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I abstained for election what does this mean about possible succession in the democratic ranks you know finding the right people to succeed you at that right who is a conservative day moving up the land yes crowley's a very down we've never congress a great gentleman as you saw in the dignity of his concession last night he is valued member will miss him but he has extraordinary talent in the public sector again the is it the sudanese china everyone has other analysis within hours of the election taking place the dirt back into my very diverse district hundred forty thousand volts line my my high so it's the high school in california and this election even dealt with i say my district is ever ever changing becoming more so we have to and analyze how this because this is because thanks twenty four hours announcing it needs here's members will choose their leaders as they do people are elected in the caucus doubt me sending somebody out just as i was chosen just breaking ranks in other too and that's the beauty of it all republicans say one of the things distant shows is that democrat socialism is ascended in newark right now descendant in that district perhaps but but i don't accept any characterization of our.

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"See like tat edward nancy apple robert skiing are it was developed in russia on during why die by neurologist alexander resentful back in the seventies and bring terrorists flake that's when it finally was released to the rest of the world it's been in the united states maybe about twenty years now but what i find i'd love to know more they're obviously are some comparisons i worked on a fellow who had been in wheelchair four and a half years suffered with multiple sclerosis for eleven years and he had a back a hard backwards see for a spine scoliosis was from birth and just the spine alone corrected we started working on him wrench a week because he couldn't come twice we've started on him i wanna say it was an industry said ury early march and by december his spine completely straight and get your pictures of this and he took his very first step we again same tiny here we started him february march and he took his very first steps it was like end of july early august and he's still walking today i i haven't worked on him in several years in fact i was just on the phone with him about about a week ago and yeah this technology the skiing our technology is phenomenal it has fda approval for pain management and muscle reeducation however it does ever so much more than there you can't push that how about the osteopath for something like that tom would that work well the premier junior is one that i was talking about in terms of elliot being able to walk after four months of treatment with the high voltage forty thousand volts texaco device bioenergy device dot org website and we also have an eight hundred number two nine five seven six seven four we take your texts tweets.

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Him the back of the neck for example back in the middle of the shoulders good acupuncture points stimulate for energy but anywhere where you feel like you need some rejuvenation or some you know activation it it's helpful in the wintertime especially 'cause we all get aches and pains old but but that's an energizing good for healing or is it more of a maintenance device premier junior electrotherapy device what the heck is that that's also let her website it's it's what i'm excited about is that it's a forty thousand volt tesla coil that you can hold in your hand a forty wait a minute forty thousand volts and you hold it in your hand that's right and then you have your choice of noble guests tubes don't do this at home but it's.

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Well that's a loaded question only you can answer that tommy the thermodynamics laws have been modified they continue to be modified the first and second lar being undermined ready we see the superconductor circuits that that you know per perpetuate in other words indefinitely so it's amazing how close systems versus open systems can modify the thermodynamic laws but your other parts of that the question is is really getting into more quantum theory that may or may not be necessary and and of course this is something that there is great at producing lots of different descriptions of microscopic wormholes and various other ways that energy can be coming out of the vacuum but as george already explained and my books european energy fuel the future explains there's lots of different devices even your human body that already uses quantum energy you know the electron and the nucleus for example or opposite lee charged and yet they don't collapse vacuum energy the quantum virtual particles keep the electron away from the nucleus we're we're benefiting biting my vacuum energy every day and and it provides real pressure that keeps all of ourselves alive and at a certain distance and and really in a way provides life and energy that we can actually motivate and like for example one of my heroes is women hof he climbed mount everest in shirtsleeves so when off methods for example dot com is i already subscribed to it i'm going to start taking his course you train thousands of people to be able to survive in freezing cold water how closer we tom to be able to get our houses off the power grid and be self sufficient we are very close to revolutionary change in the way we use energy and and we are i would say five years out and the exciting parts would be dramatic yep truly dramatic well we're getting to the desperate stage where where there's lots of changes as you know politically and internationally and so forth and our populations continuing to grow another fifty percent increase in in just a few decades so we're we're in trouble and obviously that's the pressure we need to become up with revolution east of the rockies james in beaumont texas with us james yes i heard you speak up the forty thousand volt tesla is that the same as the violet ray it you know people asked that all the time and i tell them yes you can go ahead and buy a cheap violent ray for less than ten thousand volts the machine they're called beauty machines on line and yeah they were great as long as you don't really care what they do what are they supposed to little bit better a wrinkle may disappear and that's about it but people that have come back and buy our forty thousand volt four times the strength and it does the real job of in the tissue repair due dermatologists by these things to.

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You're a while how are you well last you talk to me i was in cookstown pennsylvania school now you've moved back i am a nomad by nature somewhat call me and air little quantum particle go ahead oh my gosh i don't even know where to start the stuff is so cool but because because these energy sources do work and they appear to is it fair to the first one is is it fair to say that the laws of thermodynamics are flawed and my second question this is probably going to go by the bunch of people's has but the zero point energy have anything to do with properties or mechanics of the quantum hall effect and possibly even the generation of portals or microscopic wormholes wow that's a loaded question are you can answer that tommy yeah the thermodynamics laws have been modified they continue to be modified the first and second lar being undermined ready we see the superconductive circuits that that you know per perpetuate in other words indefinitely so it's amazing how close systems versus open systems can modify the thermodynamic laws but your other parts of that question is is really getting into more quantum theory that may or may not be necessary and and of course this is something that there is are great at producing lots of different descriptions of microscopic wormholes in various other ways that energy can be coming out of the vacuum but as george already explained and my book zero point energy fuel the future explains there's lots of different devices and even your human body that already uses quantum energy the electron and the nucleus for example or opposite lee charged and yet they don't collapse vacuum energy the quantum virtual particles keep the electron away from the nucleus we're we're benefiting biting my vacuum energy every day and and provides real pressure that keeps all of ourselves alive and at a certain distance and and really in a way provides life and energy that we can actually motivate and and like for example one of my heroes is women huff he climbed mount everest in shirtsleeves so when hof methods for example dot com is i already subscribed to it i'm going to start taking his course you train thousands of people to be able to survive in freezing cold water how close are we tom to be able to get our houses off the power grid and be self sufficient we are very close to revolutionary change the way we use energy and and we are i would say five years out and the exciting parts would be dramatic yep truly dramatic well we're getting to the desperate stage where where there's lots of changes as you know politically and internationally and so forth and hey our our populations continuing to grow another fifty percent increase in just a few decades so we're we're in trouble and obviously that's the pressure we need to become up with revolution east of the rockies james in beaumont texas with us james yes i heard you speak up the forty thousand vote tesla unit is the same as the violet ray it you know people asked that all the time and i tell them yes you can go ahead and buy cheap pilot ray for less than ten thousand volts machine they're called beauty machines on line work and yeah they work great as long as you don't really care what they do what are they supposed to a little bit better a wrinkle may disappear and that's about it but people that have come back and buy our forty thousand volt four times the strength and it does the real job of in the tissue repair matala just by these things to.

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on 710 WOR

"C like cat edwards nancy apple robert skiing are and it was developed in russia on during a by alex by neurologist alexander resentful back in the seventies and during tara strike that's when it finally was released to the rest of the world it's been in the united states oh maybe about twenty years now but when i thought i'd love to know more because there obviously are some comparisons i worked on a fellow who had been in wheelchair four and a half years suffered with multiple sclerosis for eleven years and he had a back a hard backwards see for spine scoliosis was from birth and just the spine alone corrected we started working on him eventually because he couldn't come twice we've started on him i wanna say it was an industry said ury early march and by december his spine completely straight and get your pictures of this and he took his very first step we again same tiny here we started him february march and he took his very first steps it was like end of july early august and he's still walking today i i haven't worked on him in several years in fact i was just on the phone with him about about a week ago and yeah this technology the skin our technology is phenomenal it has fda approval for pain management and muscle reeducation however it does adverse so much more than her you can't push that how about the osteo pad for something like that tom would that work well the premier junior is the one that i was talking about in terms of elliot being able to walk after four months of treatment with the high voltage forty thousand volt tesla coil device bioenergy device dot org is the website and we also have an eight hundred number two nine five seven six seven four we take your texts tweets.

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"forty thousand volt" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

960 The Patriot KKNT

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"forty thousand volt" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

"Healthy habits health food store has called forty thousand volts which is sodium chloride magnesium in potassium mm so these electrolytes when they come when you when they just become diminished a little bit it'll make a dramatic difference in impact you in terms of cramps so i would start with magnesium be taken magnesium supplementation of people are getting cramps in our in our shop sometimes we have a little square bottle that will scored a little magnesium on them muscle and that will be enough to to take them out of it but third and this is the mystery one is many times when your body's you need to change partially your brain is going to send a message to the muscle to try to figure out how to use it and that is in terms of cramped so when people are clamping in harsh shop we encourage them to stay in the cramp let that kind of follow through an everybody's looking at me like yeah i'm going to do that but the point is as they move through that cramped sometimes that's where some posture change takes place that they will thank me for after the cramped zoran those grants usually resolve in thirty forty five seconds so there's three regions hydration micronutrients and then partial changes that that her a a result of rigorous exercise so it but start with hydration and i'm going to add to that the wet when he talks about hydration and micronutrient it's kinda like having your car he may not think about it but in your car you know they're the coolant system of which consists of water and we call radiating coolant which israeli different minerals and things like that and so if you don't have enough water in your system your car is going to overheat and you're you're motors going to seize just like a cramp if you don't have enough coolant then that also keeps the temperatures down so not only water but you need the coolant right you.

zoran cramp thirty forty five seconds forty thousand volts