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Re: Electricial conductive beam
Original poster: Yurtle Turtle <yurtle_t@xxxxxxxxx>
How about a SuperSoaker, or other type of water
squirter, filled with water and some sort of salt.
Fits your criteria of push a button and it follows a
straight line. You have to figure a way to trigger it,
but that shouldn't be too hard. IR remote?
--- Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Original poster: gary350@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> What I have in mind is some type of beam that will
> electricity with the push of a button.
> I have been experementing hoping one of the
> experements will bring
> something to mine. Metal and fire will both conduct
> electricity. I
> put gasoline on a piece of cotton string. The 100
> foot long string
> was stretched across the yard and set on fire. My
> tesla coil will
> arc to the burning string and the string will emit a
> large discharge
> arc 100 feet away to a ground rod. All this proves
> is electricity
> can be sent from point A to point B. I can do the
> same thing with a
> capacitor bank. Very thick heavy smoke will conduct
> electricity too
> but not very well. Smoke or fire can not be
> directed in a straight
> line like a laser beam to conduct electricity.
> What is the nearest
> thing to fire? Maybe some type of laser. No I
> don't thinks so all
> lasers that I know about are all some form of light.
> Maybe what I
> am looking for has not been invented yet. There
> must be something
> that will conduct electricity that is not metal and
> can be shot in a
> straight line with the push of a button like a laser
> beam. What I
> need is a fire beam laser that will shoot a beam of
> fire at the speed
> of light this would conduct electricity but it has
> not been
> invented. I beleive there are still many things
> that have not been
> invented yet and this may be one of those things a
> beam that will
> conduct electricity as well as a copper wire.
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