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  • I will try to explain what I was attempting and what Iwished to measure.Imaginea circular tube (like flexible & transparent fuel hose1/2 inch insidediameter) where one end is bent around to meet the other end, about 1 footradius.Inside put mercury but fill only25% of the inside volume. Now the next step is where I quit.Start wrapping copper wire to make anelectric magnet around the tube containing mercury.Here I can give a few tips.1)Youwill be using DC current with high voltages (vary low amps).I saw a electro-magnetic generator usingabout 70 standard 9V batteries, in-line affixed to a good sized plywood boardfor example.So think high voltage.2)You will need multiple electro-magnets, themore the better.When wrapping the wirealways wrap the same direction on all magnets.Special wire...

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    I will try to explain what I was attempting and what Iwished to measure.Imaginea circular tube (like flexible & transparent fuel hose1/2 inch insidediameter) where one end is bent around to meet the other end, about 1 footradius.Inside put mercury but fill only25% of the inside volume. Now the next step is where I quit.Start wrapping copper wire to make anelectric magnet around the tube containing mercury.Here I can give a few tips.1)Youwill be using DC current with high voltages (vary low amps).I saw a electro-magnetic generator usingabout 70 standard 9V batteries, in-line affixed to a good sized plywood boardfor example.So think high voltage.2)You will need multiple electro-magnets, themore the better.When wrapping the wirealways wrap the same direction on all magnets.Special wire is needed for this, ask at your electric supply store. Theymake special wire just for this.If youdecide to wrap several layers in your magnets, wrap until you get to the end ofyour magnet then bend the wire and go straight back to the beginning to beginthe next layer (always wrapping in the same direction.3)Thedistance between each magnet should be about 0.25 the length of the magnet.4)Continuearound the tube with mercury until you meet up with the first one you wrapped.5)Ifyou have been connecting the magnets you will make one complete circuit goingthrough all the wraps on all the magnets.6)Itshould look;-===+-===+-===+-===+ -===+7)Notemagnet #1’s + is near magnet 2’s – This presents an attractive force.It continues around the loop.8)Mercuryis magnet while in a magnetic field.Themercury in the + area of the magnet will be acted upon towards the – pole ofthe next magnet.When the voltage runsthrough all the magnets will cause the mercury to rapidly spin within theclosed system tub that it is in.9)Ipredict that a ferrous like liquid (mercury) will generate electricity the waynormal generators make it except now the magnets are spinning and the wires arestationary.10)Find a way to measure it.11)The reading will be independent of thestartup (running) DC power from all the 9V batteries12)Calculate the power used to the power gain13)If it is wired a wright and combine thetwo currents you should find your 9V batteries are being charged and you havepower to do mechanical work.I would like to heresomeone do this.My inner self knows itworks.Happy wrapping.Ron Medcalf (36ChuckF21I apologize for the length of time which went by since you commented. I got frustrated and went on to other distractions. I didn't complete my experiment but you, if you want are, welcome to.

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