Bubbles Orbiting Charged Needle Electric Gravity Experiment

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Bubbles Orbiting Charged Needle Electric Gravity Experiment

Unread postby spark » Sun Jul 28, 2019 9:29 am

https://www.youtube.com/embed/1380BSYXaoc

This NASA experiment would make sense in electric universe as stars and planets are highly electrically charged bodies in space and that electric charge causes stars, planets and moons to orbit each other.
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Unread postby paladin17 » Tue Oct 29, 2019 6:11 am

Does your idea imply that the charge of celestial bodies almost doesn't change with time?
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Unread postby crawler » Tue Oct 29, 2019 2:17 pm

spark wrote:https://www.youtube.com/embed/1380BSYXaoc
This NASA experiment would make sense in electric universe as stars and planets are highly electrically charged bodies in space and that electric charge causes stars, planets and moons to orbit each other.
Gerald Pollack would hav lots to say here, re the 4th phase of water, & charge on droplets. Gerald would point out that they should hav suddenly shone a strong light (or IR) on a droplet, which would hav suddenly increased the layer of EZ water, & suddenly increased the droplets charge, & suddenly increased its attraction to the needle. Alltho praps the Faraday effect is paramount here (dunno).

And the helical orbit would of course be helped by the Lorentz force & the righthand rule etc (don't quote me)(i failed physics).
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Re: Bubbles Orbiting Charged Needle Electric Gravity Experim

Unread postby paladin17 » Thu Oct 31, 2019 1:50 am

crawler wrote:
spark wrote:https://www.youtube.com/embed/1380BSYXaoc
This NASA experiment would make sense in electric universe as stars and planets are highly electrically charged bodies in space and that electric charge causes stars, planets and moons to orbit each other.
Gerald Pollack would hav lots to say here, re the 4th phase of water, & charge on droplets. Gerald would point out that they should hav suddenly shone a strong light (or IR) on a droplet, which would hav suddenly increased the layer of EZ water, & suddenly increased the droplets charge, & suddenly increased its attraction to the needle. Alltho praps the Faraday effect is paramount here (dunno).

And the helical orbit would of course be helped by the Lorentz force & the righthand rule etc (don't quote me)(i failed physics).

Layer of EZ water forms at a hydrophilic surface. The surface between air and water is not hydrophilic. Ergo, no EZ water there.
Plus, EZ water produces charge separation between water phases, but their total charge doesn't change.
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Unread postby hlg » Thu Oct 31, 2019 8:35 am

paladin17 wrote:Layer of EZ water forms at a hydrophilic surface. The surface between air and water is not hydrophilic. Ergo, no EZ water there.
Plus, EZ water produces charge separation between water phases, but their total charge doesn't change.


sorry this may be plain false. jerry does think that the high surface tension of water is due to EZ zone an the air water boundary, i heard him reporting in QandA after a reading somewhere in 2019 i think....
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Unread postby paladin17 » Thu Oct 31, 2019 2:00 pm

hlg wrote:
paladin17 wrote:Layer of EZ water forms at a hydrophilic surface. The surface between air and water is not hydrophilic. Ergo, no EZ water there.
Plus, EZ water produces charge separation between water phases, but their total charge doesn't change.


sorry this may be plain false. jerry does think that the high surface tension of water is due to EZ zone an the air water boundary, i heard him reporting in QandA after a reading somewhere in 2019 i think....

I might be wrong, but "I heard someone say" is not a good argument for me to change my mind at the moment. Some studies should be referenced.
The only recent relevant study (to the problem we're discussing) did not claim anything even closely similar to that. In fact, it claimed that positive ions from the air actually disrupt EZ water formation.
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