Dr. Stiffler SEC Exciter Hydrogen production via diode

copy of original file at www.youtube.com It looks like the breakthrough being claimed here is that the anode end of a diode can be caused do create electrolysis in distilled water via inductive coupling through a single wire from a 12-volt battery, going through an Spatial Energy Coherence (SEC) exciter, attached to a copper tape wrapped around the base of a glass enclosure. The apparent heresy in the claim is that the number of diodes can increase (providing increased gas output), without requiring a proportional increase in the input power — that the input power will inductively couple to an infinite number of diodes. See our feature page about this at peswiki.com Here’s a transcription of the video: “What I’m using is a 12-volt lead-acid battery, a SEC exciter, the standard L3. Off of L3, I’m coming with a standard test lead with an alligator clip, to a piece of ¼-inch copper tape wrapped around the bottom of this glass test tube. The test tube is mounted to the bottom of the support board with candle wax. Inside the test tube is a piece of rubber foam. Inside that rubber foam I stuck a 1N4148 diode. There are no physical connections to this diode whatsoever. The black construction paper is used to allow us to see the action [of the bubbles] better. [The test tube is] filled with distilled water. “I’ll go ahead and connect this and explain why this is so important. “The SEC exciter is operating. You can see what is coming off of the anode end of the diode. We are

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