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Re: Electricial conductive beam 3
Original poster: gary350@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Physicists aren't sure what light is exactly. Physicists have
conducted lots of experiments on light and the experiments show that
light is 2 things: 1. an EM wave and 2. a stream of photons
(particles). Various experiments can show the wave nature of light
and other experiments show the photon nature of light. No one
experiments shows both natures in the same experiment.
Nothing out there about light conducting electricity.
Also, one EM wave of one frequency is the same as another EM wave of
another wavelength - for example UV laser or a CO2 laser or a
Nitrogen laser. The EM energy is the same, the only difference is
I tried a super soaker range is only about 20 feet I want a range of
>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
> > conduct
> > 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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