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OPERATION IN A VCUUM: Time has passed since posting the video and I've learned allot about what's going on. I don't have a way to test the experiment in a vacuum, but I'm nearly positive that the vacuum chamber would look a little like a plasma globe and there would be no propuslon. The novel thing about this clip is the spinner moves forward from the negative ions coming off the copper point of the spinner. The spinner points are anodes. Usually in an experiment of this kind or that of a triangular lifter as many have made, there is both an anode and a cathode. I think it is necessary to have both to work in a vacuum. There js ion drive engines working in the vacuum of space but they have additional equipment. There Is and anode, cathode, magnets and the release of xenon gas to get the results they need. If I could find out more about the magnets I might consider making a miniature model and putting just the engine in a vacuum. This is a little demonstration of energy flowing off a spinner at the top of a solid state Tesla coil. The sharp points on the spinner seem to focus the ion stream or what ever it is that propels the spinner. The question would be what is actually the prime mover and what is moving? Is it actually pushing air or is it a stream of something else? After studying the comments since the post I've learned many things about this experiment. So far the best explanation comes from a recent comment from a viewer who posted a very informative link. I'd like to share it with everyone: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corona_discharge I still have some experiments to try because I have questions as to why the focus is so clean and directed in the video but we'll see what I come across. I'm very thankful for everyone's comments and participation with the experiment. Many have mentioned the sound of a fan that comes on when the flame of the torch is blown out. They also complain about my mouth making funny noises. The explanation for both of these are in this short video: https://youtu.be/WJXH7fs0ziM I've been asked to post a circuit drawing. Here is a drawing of the resonator and receiver setups that are in my videos listed below: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwK5yJUfMl9GZkRkYzE4T2tkWkk Here are a few pictures of the spinner. The wires are #18 and about 5 inches long and bent as shown. Any pointed screw or post like I made is attached to the top end wire of the coil. The brass or copper button that I have is about 1/2 inch in diameter and about 1/8 inch thick. You need a punch mark or drill point in the bottom so the spinner doesn't fall off the post (anode) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OgwjhkWIXEWJGCJWX4usUhY_D6oyYUDs/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lH2lgcF84itgJhhB4w6_VYAkt42o3Vjt/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kIAEtKfUYLNyJRtgw1uuQmwrklH7w_bh/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Z8hZ2NRes4-lUwTccjPR53pEL9yizFJm/view?usp=sharing Here is a play list with some of my other Tesla experiments including demonstrations of running motors with wireless transmission: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BL6-2DOn_8&list=PLvgsfq4USYXtod4oqFAb79VAZRs8JLmJW

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