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D2O-heavy water

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by David Schreiner, Oct 11, 2018.

  1. David Schreiner

    David Schreiner New Member

    Has anyone had any experience with the John Ellis E5 distiller?
    It’s supppsed to deplete Deuterium and therefore change the bonding angle of Hydrogen to Oxygen.
    Exspensive machine but maybe so worth it to not lag jam your nano machines.
    Also any experience on deleting deuterium by freezing?
  2. Sun Disciple

    Sun Disciple AKA Paul...That Call Drop'n Canadian

    Jason B from down under has confirmed it does not have any significant impact on reducing D. Freezing seems to shave a few ppm off but nothing thats really gonna move the needle.
  3. Citizen Scientist

    Citizen Scientist New Member

    My experience is with John Ellis is that he will do or say anything to get your money. But that's how capitalism works. The machine is actually a distiller. It does distill water. That part works.

    According to HYD LLC, the Hungarian company that exports Preventa to the US, when you distill water, you remove 1 ppm of Deuterium. When you double-distill water, you remove an additional 2 or 3 ppm.

    Laboratories sell Double Distilled Water for various scientific testing purposes. If that water starts at 150 ppm, then it would be 146 or 147 ppm once processed.

    If you had the patience to distill the same water a hundred times in a row, what would the results be?
  4. Sun Disciple

    Sun Disciple AKA Paul...That Call Drop'n Canadian

    what would your electricity bill be?
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  5. Citizen Scientist

    Citizen Scientist New Member

    It would probably take a four days to do the same quart continuously. If you didn't have your own solar set up the bill would be crazy. We don't have data on whether the results diminish or not. But if you drink a quart a day, it might take you six days to make a new one. Hard to keep up that pace without industrialization and automation.

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