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Original poster: "Harold Weiss" <hweiss@xxxxxxxxxx>
I'm in agreement that the picture looks wrong. The sodium in the
salt water would give a orange/yellow color to the plasma unless it's
vaporised copper salts mixed in. The thing sounds more like a water
arc gun without the barrel. The balls that I have produced with my
coils were like road flare bright.
In most natural cases, the ball is seen near carbon sources, which
would make it a slow burning pyrotechnic system, rather than a pure
plasma. That's why I favor the fullerene or fractal DLA models that
the Corum's proposed.
David E Weiss
Original poster: Mddeming@xxxxxxx In a message dated 6/8/06 4:28:03
P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, tesla@xxxxxxxxxx writes:
Original poster: "J. Aaron Holmes" <jaholmes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
If it's the Real Thing, it'll soon be reproduced and
all over the place. I still find the lack of shadows
and reflections on the table pretty disturbing,
I should add that I'm perfectly willing to believe in
plasma phenomena like this, having seen (with my own
eyeballs) similar things done in microwave ovens. My
skepticism here is directed entirely at the legitimacy
of the "photo". I just had a knee-jerk "hoax"
reaction when I looked at it :-))
--- Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
You're right, if it's real, the effect will be reproducible and many
people will. And if it IS fake, the PICTURE will soon be reproduced
all over the place by true believers as a "Proof".