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    Bedini Hand-Held Clarifier

    HAND-HELD CLARIFIER

    The same great hand-held Clarifier that operates on 9-volts DC. This is a portable model that can be taken any ware you travel.


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    Just got mine today in the mail and it works! Well, I got it on eBay for 5 bucks. I always wanted to have something designed and built by John and I didn't care if it works or not but it does
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    Vtech
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    Blackchisel,

    something fun to do with the clarifier is to exctract a CD onto your pc then look at the errors in the dither, then run it on the clarifier and do it again.... watch what happens. another fun thing is to get a beer that is a little skunky, hit it with the clarifier a few times and taste again, there is a marked difference, works with wine too.

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    Thanks Tom, will definitely try that.

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    Vtech

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    Tom,
    Did you ever try the experiment with scalar magnet (two N poles forced together) wrapped in a coil and powered through interrupter? This suppose to be the idea behind the above device. Just wondering what would be the effect with same setup powered by high voltage pulse (spark gap).

    Update:
    I made this setup last night (early morning) and "sniffed" around with scope and small radio. There is definitely something coming out from the magnet join line. I used small DC motor with brushes as an interrupter (spark gap). I know how superior spark gap is compared to electronic switching, but perhaps Mosfet switch driven from variable pulse generator could do the trick? I need to thinker how to make scalar pulse detector so I can see or hear what's coming out and. Probably enclosing this in some sort of Faraday's cage would eliminate reading errors due to other interference. Scalar component should easily penetrate metal. Testing on plants and food should provide additional feedback.

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    Vtech
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    I was thinking more about scalar field and ways to detect or measure them. I remember reading Tom Bearden - John Bedini idea of the device for measuring gravitational fields but it was long ago and I need to refresh my memory. There is also other way, based on research of Gregory? Hodowanec. I don't want to spam this thread with my thoughts but if there is more interest in this subject I can open a new thread. I will try to conduct some experiments. No, not scalar weapons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackchisel97 View Post
    Tom,
    Did you ever try the experiment with scalar magnet (two N poles forced together) wrapped in a coil and powered through interrupter? This suppose to be the idea behind the above device. Just wondering what would be the effect with same setup powered by high voltage pulse (spark gap).

    Update:
    I made this setup last night (early morning) and "sniffed" around with scope and small radio. There is definitely something coming out from the magnet join line. I used small DC motor with brushes as an interrupter (spark gap). I know how superior spark gap is compared to electronic switching, but perhaps Mosfet switch driven from variable pulse generator could do the trick? I need to thinker how to make scalar pulse detector so I can see or hear what's coming out and. Probably enclosing this in some sort of Faraday's cage would eliminate reading errors due to other interference. Scalar component should easily penetrate metal. Testing on plants and food should provide additional feedback.

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    Vtech
    yea I have done that 30 wraps of magnet wire and a little brushed DC motor and a 9 volt battery, worked really well.

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    Thanks Tom, same here. I did 50T of AWG26 because that was the length of leftover wire. I just ordered couple OpAmps with high impedance (FET) inputs for scalar field detector experiment. Will update when done. Interesting subject. While looking for some related info I found more stuff to read which relates to different experiment....it never ends.

    Vtech

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    Hi Guys

    Do you know if JB ever revealed/released the circuit for this device? (see attached) or can some one please ask JB for it if it is possible.

    I for one would like to build this !

    I think this is what you are looking for Vtech, !

    ((Did something similar, when I was at school still fooling around with electronics, and built a unit that would detect when people would walk by (we where one floor up).)

    Vtech can you please post a new thread so we can follow what you are doing !,

    thanks,

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    Hey !
    WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH THE PORTION OF SOLAR ENERGY THAT WAS ALLOCATED TO YOU TODAY? !
    JUST THINK ABOUT IT . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prinsloo View Post
    Hi Guys

    Do you know if JB ever revealed/released the circuit for this device?
    I'm not aware of such circuit being released by John, other than block diagram and theoretical explanation by Tom Bearden.

    Vtech

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