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Hall Effect & CT

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by TheKid, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. TheKid

    TheKid Gold

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    I'm playing catchup and have just listened to the Dec Q&A. In it you explain how CT improves semi conduction via the Hall Effect. But my question is: semi conduction where and how?

    I have never been able to understand this because CT is a surface phenomenon on the skin.

    In the Q&A you used the example of an iPhone. And if you look to the computer industry, cooling of semiconductors has to be direct either through refrigeration or the use of a heat sink.

    With CT, mitochondria in, say, cardiac muscle, never see any temp drop. So how would CT impact them via the Hall Effect?

    In fact, if you do CT right, your core body temp should increase, not decrease.

    What am I missing?
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    What is on the surface? Skin......what is it made of? Collagen. What is it next too. Water. Collagen is hydrophilic. Water charge separates....in positive and negative charges......what does the Halls effect increase? electron flow. This is the flow that initially electrifies the entire cytoskeleton of every semiconductor in your body because collagen is the "wire" embedded in the battery of life (water) Every last bit of collagen touches every other because of its piezoelectric ability.
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