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Wesley news #2 Wesley succesfully performs his TK test in a remote location

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giantkiller:
Here we go again. The thing is all taped up and we can't see.
One test would be to pull the wire off the pipe. If the lights go out then this holds some merit. If the lights stay on then there are batteries. Did he really turn it on with a 9vbat? No prestidigitation?

ion:
A few comments on video.

1) the ground wire is actually 2 wires. This could be a interlock loop that will interrupt operation if the wires are separated, proving to an audience that disconnecting the "ground wire" will cause the device will stop.

2) He seems to be connecting one of the wires to the back of the faucet before connecting the other to the front joint. Is there an insulated sleeve at the back of the faucet for the "juice". An unseen hot wire glued to the back of the pipe? An accomplice possibly energizes this wire from an unseen position at the appropriate time. The pipe is the cold return.

3) The lamps only run for about 6:18 starting at 1:20. Is this not possible with today's new LiPo batteries? how many watts are the lamps?

4) He should show the pair of wires twisted together before attachment and also show what happens when the wire is repeatedly touched to different sections of the ground pipe. Always a bit suspicious of grounds.

Are people compensated for the number of hits a youtube video gets once it qualifies for advertising?

giantkiller:

--- Quote ---Are people compensated for the number of hits a youtube video gets once it qualifies for advertising?
--- End quote ---
Yep. Google Adsense just paid $144.00 to me for doing nothing.

Hoppy:

--- Quote from: ION on 2013-10-10, 14:50:10 ---A few comments on video.

1) the ground wire is actually 2 wires. This could be a interlock loop that will interrupt operation if the wires are separated, proving to an audience that disconnecting the "ground wire" will cause the device will stop.

2) He seems to be connecting one of the wires to the back of the faucet before connecting the other to the front joint. Is there an insulated sleeve at the back of the faucet for the "juice". An unseen hot wire glued to the back of the pipe? An accomplice possibly energizes this wire from an unseen position at the appropriate time. The pipe is the cold return.

3) The lamps only run for about 6:18 starting at 1:20. Is this not possible with today's new LiPo batteries? how many watts are the lamps?

4) He should show the pair of wires twisted together before attachment and also show what happens when the wire is repeatedly touched to different sections of the ground pipe. Always a bit suspicious of grounds.

Are people compensated for the number of hits a youtube video gets once it qualifies for advertising?

--- End quote ---

He could be using a two-wire trick here but i think its more likely lithium battery powered.

FE video faking is a lucrative way of earning from Youtube 'hits', especially when enhanced by us 'eyeballers' repeatedly running the videos through looking for signs of skulduggery.

ion:
From Hoppy:

--- Quote ---FE video faking is a lucrative way of earning from Youtube 'hits', especially when enhanced by us 'eyeballers' repeatedly running the videos through looking for signs of skulduggery.
--- End quote ---

I usually download the video and frame step the images, so I don't give them the hits.

Lithium batteries, flatpacks from discarded cellphones, are easily sandwiched under the baseboard.

Looks like the "cargo cult" of TK  "look alike" devices are ubiquitous.

A clear plexiglass base and getting rid of all that plastic wrap would be a step towards credulity.

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