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Table of contents
What is a Joe cell?
Some properties of Orgone
Comparative names for the life force
Theory of cell design
Making a theoretical cell
Materials and cell design
Selection of materials
Seed diameter/height ratio
Final notes on the above
Water type and its relation to the cell
Charging the water
The charging process
Final comments on charging the cell
Special notes on stage 3 water
Cell connection to motors and motor modification
Cell location and mounting
Cell electrical connections
Cell to engine tube
Blind plug location
When things go wrong
Approach to the problem
Fault finding topics
The cell construction
The charging operation
Cell to car interface
Cone angle calculation
Colloidal precipitate referred to in Chapter 2. The darker material on the left responds to a magnet, material on right does not. It is believed at present that this material does not come from either the stainless stell tube material or from dissolved salts in the water. It was not possible to weigh the material properly without drying it, however the amount of solid in each jar is estimated to weigh less than 1gm.
View of a 'test cell' used for charging water.
Test cell showing bubbles developing during electrolysis at stage 2.
Test cell showing bubbles developed during electrolysis at stage 3. At this stage the cell is 'breeding', or attracting orgone energy into the water.
The contents of Joe cell chapters
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