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Topic # 183770 29-Oct-2015 16:18
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Where do I buy bare solid copper wire 14 gauge.

Want to do KESHE Research Plasma Reactors.Can I get from Jaycar and will jewellery wire do?

Thank you...

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  Reply # 1416253 29-Oct-2015 17:34
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I doubt that the quality of the wire is going to matter any more to the result than than the quality of water would in the purely water-fueled car. 

AWG 14 is 1.62mm.  If you can't get that as bare wire from Jaycar, then perhaps just get some plastic insulated cable and strip it.

Your link is incorrect, so I used Google.  Very enlightening...

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  Reply # 1416804 30-Oct-2015 10:43
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I know the OP was on here only to ask where to buy copper wire so I'll try to be nice, but after looking at that site out of curiosity I smell a hoax...  It will be interesting to hear what smarter geeks than me here think.

Only 499.99 euro (+21% tax!) for a "free energy" device that appears to have a cable coming out of it big enough to carry about 500mA.  Then if you want to buy it you have to make a compulsory 300.00 euro "donation"...
 

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1417251 30-Oct-2015 18:18
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That's why I want to make if the production models work as stated then yeah I be glad to buy one instead of build. Then I'd donate too.

Too many of these with false promise ie QEG. But no harm in trying.

Especially a Nano Copper plate in plastic bag submerged in pool to stop algae so keshe says.

gzt

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  Reply # 1417301 30-Oct-2015 19:46
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Apparently the QEG business model is the design is free then $300 per hour consulting to tell you you are not doing it right and that is why it doesnt work.

But unfortunately anyone promising these free energy things is at best deluding themselves and at worst just engaged in deliberate fraud. The physics tends towards laughable.

But hey I'm sure there is a lot of fun to be had trying and experimenting.

Any motor rewinder should have what you need, or a nz rewind supplier like http://www.wisnz.com/

I think you are looking for enamel insulated copper winding wire but hard to tell exactly without a spec list or diagram.

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  Reply # 1417385 30-Oct-2015 22:13
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Couldn't find any details of how to construct the so called plasma reactor. But had a read of the CO2 capture kit. Can confirm that it is definitely a load of **** All you are doing is making a simple battery. And then short circuiting the battery, so the electrodes will rapidly corrode. (and corroded zinc is a white powder). There is alot of puffery on that site to try and trick people who don't know much about science. So assume that the so called plasma reactor definitely won't do what is claimed. It will probably do "something" So you will think that it is working.

OP, if you just want to make something with copper wire. Try making a super simple electric motor. http://www.instructables.com/id/Mini-Electric-Motor/?ALLSTEPS As any money you spend on that site would be completely wasted. Just buy a kit from Jaycar instead. Or even lotto tickets, I think the lotto tickets will be far more likely to do what is claimed (win 1st division).





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  Reply # 1417776 31-Oct-2015 18:32
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What's not to believe?
As well as free energy, there's the answer to every environmental and health problem.  Of course the White House and world governments would collude to suppress it - so they need money - just like god always seems to.  Omniscient, all-powerful, but lousy at home economics.
No quarkery there at all.


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