Fair enough. I guess this thread is an exception since I didn’t see any other threads talking about the Mehess effect@Antinventor2020 i wouldnt say your asking too many question creating threads thats ok. What i will comment on is your description of " this is your source for information on given subject which you have stated in probably half a dozen threads.
This might in a roundabout way inhibit other members from starting threads on similar subjects.
I guess I can get myself some super capacitors. I now just need to find a good coil that can handle the currentswell you can build a faraday disc generator for high current but it's a bit of a pain
umm...can get those supercapacitors. like 2 volts but extreme currents.
what else? likely just a step down transformer(rewound Microwave oven transformer with like 2 turns) it would produce extreme currents and is cheap....bit dangerous. would need to be rectified by high current diodes but those are cheap. likely would need two of them, one as a ballast(inductive load) and one as the power supply. otherwise it just burns up.
here lies antinventor2020, he tried