## Recent Moon Eclipse

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• Not directly relevant to this thread, but I did do some eclipse experimentation. I have observed that during a full moon, magnetized water appears to obtain a
Message 1 of 1 , Dec 4, 2004
Not directly relevant to this thread, but I did do
some eclipse experimentation. I have observed that
during a full moon, magnetized water appears to obtain
a higher ambient voltage. The magnetised water used
rain water in my experiments. I use a special
(logarithmic) cone where water is funneled into a poly
100 gallon holding tank, which I use in the summer for
the garden. 3 inch wafers of ceramic magnet are on
either side of the funnel vortex. A pair of silver
electrodes taped to styrofoam is made to float near
the top of the water, this is the positive electrode.
The bottom of the tank has a steel exit bend for
releasing the water, this is the negative electrode.
The water appears to have a DC voltage imposed on it
after passing through the magnetic vortex. The very
goes up at night time. During a full moon I have
always got the highest readings, near 1 volt.
Temperature may have something to do with this factor
also, as on this trial the highest voltage recorded
was only .75 volts, after almost an entire night of
the moon being full. (A 5 AM reading) Tank was filled
to 80 gallons near sunset and read .443 DC volts. At 8
volts every 15 minutes. 15 minute checks of the
voltage rise were also made from 9:30 to 11:30 the
time during the eclipse. The voltage rose at least 40%
faster during those reading times. Those started at
9:30 when the voltage read .486 volts
9:30 - .486 volts
9:45 - .496 volts a .010 voltage increase
10:00 - .505 volts a .009 volt increase
10:15 - .516 volts a .011 increase
10:30 - .530 volts a .014 increase
Now the moon was fully eclipsed
10:45 - .544 volts a .014 increase
11:00 - .560 volts a .016 increase
11:15 - .575 volts a .015 increase
11:30 - .589 volts a .014 increase
12:00 - .614 volts a .025 increase, where now the
moon is now reappearing as its full light

readings was .753 volts and again at 6:15 AM where it
read .757 volts, only a .004 increase. We might
estimate .750 - .614 = a .136 volt increase /5 hour or
~ .027/ hr or ~ .00675 increase for every 15 minutes,
which is near identical to the original voltage rise
rate before the eclipse. These facts correlate to
other facts regarding silver chemistry during a full
moon, where a distilled water used in the production
of silver colloidal water may appear as much as 15%
more conductive during a full moon. To increase the
voltage storage during garden watering I often added
silver colloidal water made from rain water, which
deposits more electrical conductivity into the water.
A DC current can be passed from the top electrode to
the bottom, and this also has the effect of
temporarily holding a voltage in the water, beyond
what its normal reading will hold. This will only last
about 15 minutes to one half hour however. Voltage
readings coming from the tank last for many days. Last