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member Sergh at Stefans had shared this here

https://overunity.com/16440/hho-generation-using-high-frequency-electromagnetic-waves-on-water/msg533697/#msg533697

I had never seen this [or forgot about it]

mentioned again in regard to patent of Stashevsky  here post 63 https://overunity.com/16440/hho-generation-using-high-frequency-electromagnetic-waves-on-water/msg534881/#new

"Patent Stashevsky on electrolysis with a change in the polarity of the electrodes and strong acoustic vibrations in water.""

   

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Good morning Chet.

When I got more involved with this line of research and more importantly my internet improved to be able to watch videos in " realtime " I remember watching Kapanadse holding an empty glass at the tailpipe of a vehicle and drinking the contents.

Does anyone else remember this?

Regarding the patent.... I took a screenshot, presented below.... Wrong forename, perhaps a relation?

Cheers Graham.


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yes I seem to remember that guy drinking from the exhaust [someone said it was running on Vodka ??]
and I did notice that name prior to posting [one of many reasons for the question mark in the tittle]
over the years I know we have read about or heard of the many TK devices [that in itself was always
a flag for some..?

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Good morning Chet.

When I got more involved with this line of research and more importantly my internet improved to be able to watch videos in " realtime " I remember watching Kapanadse holding an empty glass at the tailpipe of a vehicle and drinking the contents.

Does anyone else remember this?

Regarding the patent.... I took a screenshot, presented below.... Wrong forename, perhaps a relation?

Cheers Graham.

i could think of better things to drink  :D


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About this patent, "Internal combustion engine" GEP20074088B 
https://patents.google.com/patent/GEP20074088B/en

Another patents the same autors:

Inventors:

Shota Kapanadze:

https://worldwide.espacenet.com/patent/search?q=Shota%20Kapanadze

81 patents of the USSR, Russia and Georgia

Vano Aptsiauri:

https://patents.google.com/?inventor=Vano+Aptsiauri

Emzar Khachidze:

https://patents.google.com/?inventor=Emzar+Khachidze

Nikoloz Kandinashvili:

https://patents.google.com/?inventor=Nikoloz+Kandinashvili

From the patents it becomes clear that the majority relate to the design of fountains, irrigation systems and micro-hydroelectric power plants. They probably worked in a design organization whose activities were related to water management.


Now I asked ChatGPT:

-What kind of effect can occur in land reclamation or in groundwater, springs, etc., that experts could call arisen due to hypothetical antigravity?


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If we were to consider a hypothetical scenario where the concept of "antigravity" is introduced as a factor in land reclamation or groundwater systems, experts might attribute certain effects or phenomena to this hypothetical force. Here are some speculative effects that could be associated with an antigravity influence:

    Suspended Water Levels: In the realm of groundwater systems, if an antigravity force were present, experts might observe unusual behavior such as groundwater levels appearing to be suspended or defying gravity within wells, springs, or monitoring systems. This could lead to challenges in predicting water flows and levels.

    Abnormal Sedimentation Patterns: In land reclamation projects, the hypothetical antigravity effect could lead to abnormal sedimentation patterns in newly reclaimed areas. Sediments might settle in unexpected ways or be transported against the typical gravitational flow, making it difficult to predict the landform changes accurately.

    Unusual Pore Water Pressures: Antigravity effects could potentially influence pore water pressures in the subsurface, leading to anomalous hydraulic behaviors. This could impact the stability of reclaimed land, causing unexpected seepage or drainage issues that are challenging for experts to explain based on traditional hydrogeological principles.

    Disrupted Ground Settling: In land reclamation projects where antigravity is considered a factor, experts might observe disrupted ground settling processes. The absence of typical gravitational forces could lead to uneven and unpredictable settlement patterns, affecting the long-term stability of the reclaimed land.

- Which of the effects listed, excluding antigravity, are actually considered anomalous?

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Among the effects listed in the hypothetical scenario without considering antigravity, the following could be considered anomalous based on conventional scientific understanding:

    Suspended Water Levels: This effect could be considered anomalous in groundwater systems because water levels are typically governed by gravitational forces. If water levels were observed to be suspended or defying gravity within wells or springs, it would be a departure from the expected behavior and could be seen as anomalous.

    Unusual Pore Water Pressures: Anomalous pore water pressures in the subsurface can indicate abnormal hydraulic behaviors that deviate from typical patterns. Variations in pore water pressure can affect the stability of structures and landforms, making it an anomalous phenomenon that warrants further investigation.

    Disrupted Ground Settling: Irregular or disrupted ground settling patterns in land reclamation projects would be considered anomalous, as settling processes are typically influenced by gravity and follow predictable patterns. Any unexpected settlement behavior could signify underlying issues or complex factors affecting the stability of the reclaimed land.

These anomalous effects would likely prompt experts in hydrogeology, geotechnical engineering, and related fields to investigate further to understand the underlying causes and assess potential risks to infrastructure and environmental systems. By identifying and addressing these anomalous phenomena, professionals can make informed decisions to mitigate potential hazards and ensure the safety and sustainability of land reclamation and groundwater management projects.

Which of these effects lead to the registration of hydrogen evolution?

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The effect that could potentially lead to the registration of hydrogen evolution in the context of groundwater systems is:

    Unusual Pore Water Pressures: Anomalous pore water pressures in the subsurface can sometimes lead to the release of gases, including hydrogen, from the groundwater. Elevated pore water pressures can influence microbial activity and processes in the subsurface, leading to the generation of gases such as hydrogen as byproducts. If experts observe hydrogen evolution in groundwater systems, it could be linked to anomalous pore water pressures and associated geochemical reactions occurring in the subsurface. Monitoring and registering hydrogen evolution can provide valuable insights into underlying hydrogeological processes and potential environmental impacts.

Understanding and monitoring these phenomena can aid in assessing groundwater quality, identifying sources of contamination, and managing groundwater resources effectively. By recognizing hydrogen evolution and its relationship to anomalous pore water pressures, experts can investigate the underlying mechanisms and implications for groundwater quality and environmental health.

But why is the name of the inventor Shota Kapanadze and not Tariel Kapanadze?
I don't know why this is so. Maybe they are relatives. Tariel did not patent his “Car on the Water”, so someone else did it.

What is the connection between Shota Kapanadze and Tariel Kapanadze?:

If you remember the video of the Arte TV channel, at the beginning they show another inventor,

Merab Tchirakadze ,

https://patents.google.com/?inventor=Merab+Chirakadze

 who demonstrates a small water turbine:

https://www.energyonline.ge/issue_10/tchirakadze_eng.pdf

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1FJtKIMDT4

How are these inventors related? Do they really not know each other? Or do they work for the same organization?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYp7msPaGAQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pC6y_66Soqg
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The effect that could potentially lead to the registration of hydrogen evolution in the context of groundwater systems is:

    Unusual Pore Water Pressures: Anomalous pore water pressures in the subsurface can sometimes lead to the release of gases, including hydrogen, from the groundwater. Elevated pore water pressures can influence microbial activity and processes in the subsurface, leading to the generation of gases such as hydrogen as byproducts. If experts observe hydrogen evolution in groundwater systems, it could be linked to anomalous pore water pressures and associated geochemical reactions occurring in the subsurface. Monitoring and registering hydrogen evolution can provide valuable insights into underlying hydrogeological processes and potential environmental impacts.


https://innovation.engie.com/en/articles/detail/is-natural-hydrogen-the-new-eldorado/26061/1/

Is it possible to produce hydrogen in the same way as it does in nature?
   

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Water can not be compressed ever.

But if you go up Mount Everest and boil water, at what temperature will it be boiling at?

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Water can not be compressed ever.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqabT21d8VM

But if you go up Mount Everest and boil water, at what temperature will it be boiling at?
It's very simple, all you need are two medical syringes and valves.
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=boiling+water+vacuum

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Mr8f63Vinc
   
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