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Re: Lightning from the fingers, ect...
Original poster: "by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <Beans45601-at-aol-dot-com>
It is a cable TV.
> Original poster: "BunnyKiller by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>"
> Tesla list wrote:
> >Original poster: "by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>"
> >A while ago, I asked this question and I think people are afraid that if you
> >tell someone, they will try it, but I won't. Anyway, I have always wanted to
> >know how they do the famous lightning from the fingers trick. Can someone
> >explain to me how this works. once again, I am not trying (or planing) to do
> >it, I am just a curious person. Also, to hook up all the components of a TC,
> >does it matter what gauge of wire you use? I was thinking 10 gauge. And
> >question, where can I get an RF filter. I think that is what I need, I need
> >something that will stop the high voltages from going back through the wall.
> >When I am running my tesla coil (very small at the moment), my parents
> >about the TV becoming very staticy, is this from the RF? If it is from the
> >is it going through the air to the TV, or through the wires in the house
> to the
> >TV. What would i need to stop th! e static problem?
> Hi Adam...
> as far as the human/T Coil interpersonal relationship ( being actively
> connected to a T coil) is a risky thing ( even for the professionals )
> one wrong arc to ground ( especially to the primary coil ) and poof your
> another number to be added to the list of people no longer doing T coiling.
> But how it works ... you become a part of the system ( part of the
> toriod) and exude the voltages from your extremities as the toriod
> would. There is some controversies if the voltages present in the human
> tissues are causing damage or not ( I wont do it ). Some info has been
> released about those who have done it and there were some side effects
> such as darkened finger nail beds ( possible flesh damage ) loss of
> hearing and a few other malidies generally not advantagious for the
> general senses.
> Wire size depends upon the amount of power you are supplying to the coil
> assembly. if you are running a small coil( single or double NST or
> single MOT), the wire can be as small as 16 gauge wire. I on the other
> hand use # 6 for most of the applications in my coil, ( it is considered
> a medium to large coil) it generally pulls 60+ Amps on the input side.
> as far as an RF filter ... it doesnt hurt to have one... ( but then
> agian I have my own story that may disprove this theory, after a few
> years of running my BIGPIG without one, I finally put one into my new
> power supply and just the other nite my semi-computer controlled Oven
> decides to put out a F7 error code) just maybe it did something to kill
> the processor ( who knows) .
> Is the TV running off of an antenna or is it on a cable signal?? this
> would make a difference.
> let us know what the TV is running on ( antenna/ cable)
> Scot D