Experiment Number 1
Sea water battery
An easy experiment you can try at home:
I will be trying to increase the power out of this battery.
It takes just one hour to make:
The video you have just seen produced 0.72 volts per single cell and with 16 cells it produced 13+ volts at a very tiny % amps.
I am working on increasing the amps in the average cell to produce more stronger current by adding 3 lines of copper in series to each cell.
Once I have achieved this in principle we can begin to make the giant cell batteries to run an entire office.
The giant battery will consist of 32 x 50 gallon drums with recycled car radiators used as the positive terminal and galvanized sheet roofing used as the negative could be buried in earth and topped up with water and should it rain, the entire office would get brighter with this principle in place:
One of the strangest but strongest batteries would be to use those 32 x 50 gallon drums with the components filled with composting and the power would and does increase as it warms, this strange phenomena happens to electrify compost as it matures.
Every time it rained your office lights would get brighter:
More experiments will be uploaded here as I make them:
Please contact me for more on this at email@example.com
in Light Dave