Kapanadze Generator – Part 4 No Measurements Needed

I lost 5lbs sweating during the making of this video.

I tried different gap distances. I tried the saltwater cap first and nothing astounding. I might hook up a MWO transformer to it but I see no need right now:


I had fun playing with the HV again though and unless anyone has some new ideas for me I will be moving on to a Tesla Hairpin Circuit…longitudinal wave forms…maybe I'll figure out how to go back in time and get Tesla drunk so he will show me how it's done.

20 thoughts on “Kapanadze Generator – Part 4 No Measurements Needed

  1. RubiconChannel

    А этот девайс постоянно потребляет ток из аккумулятора или только для

    Я так понимаю, что дело все неком токе, который возбуждается в земной коре
    и потом может питать цепь и лампочки.

    Объясните, люди добрые. Все в школе физику учили, а нихто не понимает…

  2. Kenneth Nicholson

    You changed the cap, use the one you made first, the wood will conduct some
    of the high voltage, put in some PVC tubing would be good to insulate from
    high voltage losses caused by wood, wood is a weak insulater at best, you
    are getting it, stick with what you test that is working, take your time .
    Am enjoying watching your progress.

  3. Garold Gerf

    Основной принцып СЕ – это прирост ,именно, холодного электричества в
    момент всплеска электромагнитного импульса. И нужно не снимать сразу с
    источника и горячее и холодное эл-во(помните, у Динатрона раскалялись
    диодные сборки?), а только второе. А потом его уже легко умножать. И только
    на выходе установки преобразовывать в горячее(обычный сварочный транс(если
    низкая частота), даже на одном килогерце неплохо всё работает)

  4. Aleksandr Dubakin

    А где понижающий напряжение но увеличивающий ток, трансформатор для
    согласования нагрузки?

  5. cfavreau

    I think you should probably not use the CFL bulb. It has circuitry inside
    that does not play well with the high voltage you appear to be putting into
    it. I would not be surprised to see the build not work in a normal
    application now that it has been subjected to this experiment. Maybe it
    would be better to try a clear incandescent bulb so we/you can see what is
    going on inside of the bulb. Thanks for posting your experiment.

  6. loneshark2000

    hi !! great experiments ! did you notice that the camera microphone was
    attenuated by the device? have you explained that before ? so crazy!!
    thanks for your work brother!

  7. loneshark2000

    to what degree exactly? i was trying hard to hear if the camera mic was
    listening in on another dimension… haha! thanks ! keep up the work! do
    you have any schematics of your designs posted anywhere? especially the
    bedini motors you had going. thanks again

  8. annwm7

    wood is the worst thing you can use for high voltage, not only will it leak
    current it also will carbonize over time and short out the circut. any
    plastic is 100 times better and even glass jars make excelent insulators.

  9. trigrong8

    Take a look at these videos: video.yandex.ua/users/belvoin/view/48/
    youtube.com/watch?v=JKWNS0yzecg There is no need for ground (just for

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