Electrostatic Generators



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Hi Simon,

Do you think it is possible to build a free energy machine using high voltage?

http://gratisenergi.se/estatic.htm The following link might interest you as it is partly in French:

1 000 000 VOLTS Felici's electrostatic generators, circa 1960

Best Wishes, Hermes



Hi Hermes,

Not much chance, as far as I can see. There's some chance of changing the rate of nuclear reactions using high voltage and high voltage gradients, but there you need a fuel that gets burnt.

Note that you can buy small 1 million volt generators for around the 10 euro mark from China, so it's a lot easier to play with high voltages than needing to build all the various electrostatic machines. probably more efficient than the older methods.

Best regards, Simon

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