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I'm just curious here.  

I've built windmills for years, which generate "regular" electricity (single and multi-phase a.c. as well as d.c.) but am now dabbling in mills, which can generate static and zero-point energy.  I have a method of storing the energy and have had moderate success in both creating and storing it.

I'm hoping there are others on this 4m, with whom I can bounce ideas off, who have similar interests and experience.  I'm planning on building a new receiver this Spring, which will garner 9KV on a constant basis and am in the middle of designing and building a high-voltage motor.  

By the way, what I'm dealing with here can cause fatal shock, if not handled properly, so before you "dabble" on your own, maybe check with me first, eh?

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