Brian From Australia & Electrolyte Questions on the Joe Cell
June 17, 2006
Date: Sat, 17 Jun 2006
From: firstname.lastname@example.org Australia
To: Editor <E-mail>
Subject: THE JOE ENERGY CELL
Hello Ken, (if you still exist)
I am Brian from Roxby Downs (Australia) & work at the mine sight as a fitter.
I have been doing a lot of research into making myself an electrolyse to run in my diesel land cruiser. Have sourced the material required for container, but requires $,s (next pay) Will go with series plate type. As you can appreciate, for any of these electrolysis to work, an electrolyte must be applied consisting of either Sodium Hydroxide or Potassium Hydroxide. Apparently, later is best.
I have read your article on Joe's Energy Cell with great interest & near excitement & also great sadness.
I understood most of the descriptions re construction, but pictures, accurate plans & even the second video would be very much appreciated at this time.
Diesel at the pump is over $1.57, so any devise that is relatively low cost in money terms is well worth a go.
I am saddened that multi-nations, oil companies & governments are bent on mutilating such good environment & economical friendly inventions.
My heart goes out to Joe re- the threats etc. If you still know him, pass it on.
While at Croydon Tech. I remember watching the videos on the RALPH SARICH Orbital Engine & could not understand why they weren't on our roads, later I was led to believe that the the engine design itself was bought out by an oil company.
Any information that will help me build the Joe Energy Cell to suite a 4.2L turbo diesel accurately would be very much appreciated. (Thus helping Joe's dream)
Wishing You All Well
Brian J Potts
Glad to hear of your efforts to go independent. As more home experimenters step out of the box and give the Joe Cell a dedicated trial, the walls of free energy oppression will come down.
You don't absolutely need the Sodium Hydroxide or Potassium Hydroxide for the water (as suggested by Alex Schiffer and others), although it is an acceptable substitute. What you need is water that is charged with sufficient Life Force. You have to remember that Joe used water taken from a local pond. He didn't use a chemical electrolyte additive. You can charge water by spinning it with a vortex , whirlpool action or you can run it through a structured water device which will imbue the water with Life Force. If you can find a mountain spring souce of water, it will work very well
You don't have to spend a fortune on the stainless steel either. Alex mentions 314 as a good choice. Food grade is 318 if I recall correctly. I find lots of inexpensive food grade stainless steel in discount department stores in the kitchen section. I brought a neodymium magnet with me and I found plenty of non-magnetized stainless steel as cylinders, bowls, etc. The key is to use stainless steel that is FREE of magneticism. You can remove the residual magneticism from steel by heating it in a furnace to a certain temperature (check under "heat treatment") and then allowing the steel to cool very GRADUALLY during a 8-12 hour cool down. .
I'll be reposting an article that came out in April 2006 about an American named Bill Williams who built a successful Joe Cell for his truck, but was intimidated into silence when he was threatened by suited goons who showed him a two inch thick dossier on his activities, family, etc. and told him to stop all work on alternative energy or else there would be dire consequences to pay. He was afiaid for his family so he stopped, but there will be a hundred, and then a thousand guys to take his place. It's just a matter of time. Here's the link for the Bill Williams article:
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