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Little Miss MOSFETNOW. Let's look at your 'self-runner' demands. We have never recharged those batteries - with one exception. Two caught fire and BOTH were fully recharged. We've had those batteries since January 2010. We've been running them since August 2010. I've now FINALLY checked their rated capacities. They're 40 ampere hours each. We've used 6 of them continually since that time. According to this rating they are each able, theoretically to dissipate 12 volts x 40 amps x 60 seconds x 60 minutes x 1 hour x 6 batteries. That gives a work potential - a total potential output of 10 368 000 JOULES.
According to what has been carefully established it takes 4.18 Joules to raise 1 gram of water by 1 degree centigrade. We've taken a little under 900 grams of water to 82 degrees centigrade. We ran that test for 90 minutes. Then we upped the frequency and took that water up a further 20 degrees to 104. We ran that part of the test for 10 minutes. Ambient was at 16. Joules = 1 watt per second. So. Do the math. 4.18 x 900 grams x (82 - 16) 66 degrees C = 248 292 joules per second x 90 minutes of the test period = 22 342 280 joules. Then ADD the last 10 minutes where the water was taken to boil and now you have 4.18 x 900 grams x (104 - 16) 88 degrees C = 331 156 joules per second x 10 minutes = 3 310 560 Joules. Then add those two values 22 342 280 + 3 310 560 = 25.6 Million Joules. All 5 batteries maximum potential output - available for work - is 10.3 Million Joules. In that test alone the battery outperformed its watt hour rating. And that was just one test. Now. Over the 10 month period that those batteries have been running at various outputs - which, when added to the output on just this one test - then I think its safe to say that the evidence is conclusive. Those batteries have outperformed. They are still at OVER 12 volts EACH. They are all of them still FULLY CHARGED.
Posted By: joshsThere is that Watts per second thingie again. I believe the Filipino scammer Ismael Aviso uses those units as well.
Posted By: DerrickAKnowing that, I'd rather gnaw off my own limbs
Posted By: alsetalokinAnyway, TK has done the math and the critique for you.... just klik the link and go to the subsequent posts.
Posted By: alsetalokinTK ventures where angels fear to tread
Posted By: alsetalokinWe are talking about Rosie after all.Posted By: joshsThere is that Watts per second thingie again. I believe the Filipino scammer Ismael Aviso uses those units as well.
Notice how she adds the same fake energy quantity twice. The first 90 minutes from 16 degrees to 82 degrees gives her one absurd number, then she uses 88 degrees as the temperature rise to 104 C in the second 10 minutes, when it should be 22 degrees-- because the water was already at 82 degrees. So where she uses "331,156 Joules" ( actually should be 331,056, I think) she really should have "82,764".
Garbage in, garbage out.
Posted By: lostcauses10xDamn it i clicked the link..
January 19, 2012, 03:01:07 AM
Funny, but at this poynt, our dear Rosie has much in common with a proton. They would both seemingly go out of their way to avoid the correct answer.
BTW, if anyone here actually wants the correct answer, feel free to let me know. As a bonus, I'll even toss in some additional information, like, how a MOSFET gate could potentially fool someone into thinking they're getting free energy.
« Reply #680 on: February 13, 2012, 08:50:19 AM »
And Derrick, may I remind you of my private message when you suggested that my knowledge of electronics could be greater than the 'others'.
Posted By: DerrickAWTF? That's like a 180 degree twist in her memory.It seems as if everything she hears or reads gets twistet by 180 degrees somewhere in her head.