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  • BrianB405 commented on krmartin3's instructable DC Boost Converter3 years ago
    DC Boost Converter

    First you will need to setup a tesla coil at 8hz and a very large capacitor (big vat of veg oil). This will be giving you that extra efficiency you unknowingly seek ;pNext you will need to go ahead and setup a microwave ray in order to excite helium plasma into their "boson" particle state. Go ahead and hook this up to the big vat o' veg oil. Please note that the built up helium boson waves will need to be calmed in order to extract the energy in 'physical' form. Note that these are alpha particles. Do not touch!Next you will want to hook up 54 and a half (just chop 'er with a butcher knife) "C" batteries in series. This will give you that 82 volt boost and well as compensate for your missing 106 watts. Should give you a good 4 minutes of power. Finally, sit back and...

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    First you will need to setup a tesla coil at 8hz and a very large capacitor (big vat of veg oil). This will be giving you that extra efficiency you unknowingly seek ;pNext you will need to go ahead and setup a microwave ray in order to excite helium plasma into their "boson" particle state. Go ahead and hook this up to the big vat o' veg oil. Please note that the built up helium boson waves will need to be calmed in order to extract the energy in 'physical' form. Note that these are alpha particles. Do not touch!Next you will want to hook up 54 and a half (just chop 'er with a butcher knife) "C" batteries in series. This will give you that 82 volt boost and well as compensate for your missing 106 watts. Should give you a good 4 minutes of power. Finally, sit back and enjoy!

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