The Wonderful Part:
It seems that this scientist is demonstrating what is called an elemental rod generator in which there are two rods, one made of 73 elements and the other of 74. According to the scientist, Dr. James B. Schwartz, the polarity of the rods means a potential difference builds up due to background radiation hitting the rods. The result is that you can get a current (excuse the pun) to pass from one rod to the other constantly. Which makes this a generator that can run forever, or at least until background radiation stops.....which I'm sure won't be any time soon.
The frustrating part:
The total lack of information on the videos - we have no names, no dates, no locations. But fear not since I am the internet king and have dugg out a few documents discussing the theories of an elemental rod generator. I'm no scientist, and I'm hoping that some of you are, so I'm laying down a challenge to you - show the video and the below documents to your science teacher/professor and lets get to the bottom of this. Try not to dismiss it out of hand, I know you scientists love to do that.
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The information I found on it is in a PDF called "Electrinium" - It's here:
James B. Schwartz
http://www.freewebs.com/narfschwartz/ - Noah's Ark Research Foundation
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