How To Make A Star Cell CC.John Bedini.wmv by gerben | 11-Nov-11 | Body | 25 comments In this video I show how I make the star cell and test it. John Bedini Related Blogs 25 Comments mnsman1 on 2011/09/06 at 21:50 Thanks John. I really appreciate all of your work. Energenx on 2011/09/06 at 21:56 @craig265 Mag has star drilled into it john freeenergynews on 2011/09/06 at 23:43 Hi John, well done. But the Rochelle salt is deliquescent, so it attracts water from the air and has water inside its crystal structure as KNaC4H4O6·4H2O as Wikipedia says. So it would be great, if you could dismantle a cell after a few days or weeks of operation to see, if the underside of the magnesium will corrode. Many thanks. freeNode5 on 2011/09/07 at 00:30 thanks for the great tutorial haggardhagi on 2011/09/07 at 01:41 Blessings brother. You are appreciated JoelHarvey1 on 2011/09/07 at 02:13 @freeenergynews do your research and you will see you are wrong my friend JoelHarvey1 on 2011/09/07 at 02:17 You are beginning to convince me (Slowly) PoirierMike on 2011/09/07 at 03:30 Thanks for freely sharing, John. Much appreciated. Energenx on 2011/09/07 at 04:01 @freeenergynews The Cell is sealed after building it. Nothing can get in, nothing out. No galvanic reaction I will do another youtube. Energenx on 2011/09/07 at 04:03 I should have said MgS04 John Bedini Energenx on 2011/09/07 at 05:40 When the cell was finished and checked, I sealed the cell with Resin clear plastic so you could see the Copper and Magnesium to see if any corrosion developes. John Bedini KyleCarrington on 2011/09/07 at 06:05 Thanks for taking the time to share the experiment John, you are a generous individual. I successfully (finally) desulphated an expensive 6v today, thanks to you, and your circuit – very cool. I guess in the past I wasn’t patient enough – it took forever and a day, but I suspected the battery (which was left sitting unused, too long…) was restorable, and you were right. You are a generous engineer. DrSaminstine on 2011/09/07 at 06:34 This is the best yet thank you John you are a great inspiration to us all the cell will serve many well on there future indeavors j DrSaminstine on 2011/09/07 at 06:40 Many thanks again for sharing this formula and process this is the spirit we all should embrace to further all humankind well done and much luck on your future projects harzuu on 2011/09/07 at 08:15 The other chemical was magmesiumsulphate MgSO4, but what was the other salt. Sorry, I did not get it from the video because of my poor understanding of spoken english. shad0wburn3d on 2011/09/07 at 15:09 Outstanding Work! teslacult on 2011/09/07 at 19:09 Great video, thanks. slider2732 on 2011/09/07 at 21:29 A crystal clear tutorial….thanks 🙂 synespro on 2011/09/08 at 02:55 wonderful john!! this really helps me understand. Would you be able to post where to buy these materials? I really appreciate it. Thank you!! BlueJersey112 on 2011/09/08 at 06:06 Does this thing also work like an electret. And if it does, would applying high voltage DC to the leads until the crystal has solidified, would increase electrization (Like wax electrets)? JoelHarvey1 on 2011/09/08 at 10:12 John How much water is in the Rochelle salt. There is water in the Crystal structure could that be galvanic??? theonelinerkid on 2011/09/08 at 17:45 does polarizing them make any difference? eyk71 on 2011/09/26 at 16:57 hello, I hope you haven’t already answered this question, which is how long does this cell hold the charge? theonelinerkid on 2011/10/23 at 14:56 does adding metals and diamagnetic stuff actauly effect the output …also how did you build the cramic glass cells i have a friend with a kiln aand acces to a science lab magazine to order stuff adracamas on 2011/10/25 at 03:35 Taking a lot of energy to make this up. What’s the expected lifespan? That’ll be the tell tale bit that will make this worth making or not.