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SilverTron Notes And Support Questions / Re: SilverTron Elite v. 4
« Last post by kephra on August 18, 2018, 01:59:45 PM »
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If you decide to stop production, have you considered selling your SilverTron design(s) to some enterprising entrepreneur?
I might do that.  A couple people already approached me about that.
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SilverTron Notes And Support Questions / Re: SilverTron Elite v. 4
« Last post by FromTheDen on August 18, 2018, 01:51:00 PM »
A digression, but interesting all the same. So sorry to hear that you're feeling drained. 72 is a respectable age, but may your remaining time be long & fruitful.

I have not seen the source documents, but I have heard that scientists in Korea developed the technology to measure the fields referenced in Traditional Chinese Medicine & the like. There's a lot out there we don't understand.

If you decide to stop production, have you considered selling your SilverTron design(s) to some enterprising entrepreneur?
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SilverTron Notes And Support Questions / Re: SilverTron Elite v. 4
« Last post by kephra on August 18, 2018, 10:10:14 AM »
Thanks for the idea, but I really doubt there will be a SilverTron V4. 
I'm 72 years old, tired, and frankly drained.  I don't have it in me to do another version.  I am seriously considering stopping production of the SilverTrons, as there are other things I want to do with my remaining time.

Also, I really doubt that Becker's system worked the way he thinks it did.

For one, it takes a minimum of 0.8 volts to create a silver ion from silver metal. 

Second, he thought that the minimum voltage depended on the surface area of the anode.  If it worked as described, the effect would have been dependent on current vs area, not voltage.

Assuming Becker actually got the results he claimed (I believe he did), then it was probably due to some other effect.  Perhaps he was activating or amplifying the morphogen(et)ic field.  Once you delve into morphogenics, you have left the fields of chemistry, physics, and electronics.

You may think that your physical characteristics were determined by your genetic code, but I have come to the conclusion that this is false.  Genes only code proteins.  True, defective genes lead to defective or missing proteins and thus affect the health of an individual, but they do not make a person resemble his parents.  My hunch is that a persons morphogenic field is fixed at conception from the combined morphogenic fields of the parents.

Kirlian photography has shown that a field exists even for a missing limb or part of a body.  A leaf from a tree cut in half shows the entire leaf when photographed with Kirlian photography.  A man with a missing leg shows the field from the missing leg with Kirlian photography. 

But, I digress.....
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SilverTron Notes And Support Questions / Re: SilverTron Manuals (PDF files)
« Last post by FromTheDen on August 18, 2018, 08:51:36 AM »
You might want to pin these to the top.
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SilverTron Notes And Support Questions / SilverTron Elite v. 4
« Last post by FromTheDen on August 18, 2018, 08:50:16 AM »
I have an idea for the next version, the SilverTron Elite v. 4!

Considering that Dr. Becker passed on and apparently no one picked up the baton, what about adding a SilverTron mode that provides an adjustable low voltage output for wound care? Finding an appropriate material for the anode might be a challenge, but there must be something out there.

https://www.lens.org/images/patent/US/5814094/A/US_5814094_A.pdf
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: best capping agent! Gelatin Help
« Last post by Josie29 on August 17, 2018, 01:44:28 PM »
Silverdog:

From my notes .... for 500 mL of colloidal silver you can use a minimum of 0.6 grams of Knox gelatin and still have success. But one gram is still ok!

Getting picayune here ... no need to raise temp to 190; definitely avoid boiling.

The electrolyte is made by putting the 12.4 grams washing soda (not baking soda) into a measuring container and adding enough distilled water (DW) to make 100 mL.

The reducing agent of Karo corn syrup is made with water added .... 1  to  1 .... i.e. 1 Tbsp Karo with 1 Tbsp water. (I use DW also)

The colloidal silver at 320 ppm should be considerably dark well before the "cooking" is done.

Hope this helps!
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I did one more batch omitted the CG and it turned out great .
Thanks Ed
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Colloidal Gold Production / Re: Silver & Gold Bearing Cream Trouble Shooting .
« Last post by wgpeters on August 16, 2018, 12:26:08 PM »
I didnt create that formula. Another member did.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: best capping agent! Gelatin Help
« Last post by SilverDog on August 16, 2018, 11:23:46 AM »
Hello
Could someone look at this and tell me if everything looks good, if I'm doing this right?

1 - I add the Knox in cold water using this formula, gelatin =   320ppm X 500ml /160 = 1000mg of Knox Gelatin (let it soak for 5min or more to bloom) then start warming water up slowly to 140F till dissolved.
2 - Then start stirring and raise the temperature to 190F Avoid boiling.
3 - Start the SilverTron.
4 - Add 10 Drops of electrolyte 1M Arm & Hammer Baking Soda (1M electrolyte solution = 12.4 Grams of Arm & Hammer in 3.5oz or 100ml of Water)
5 - Add the 10 drop of diluted corn syrup (20 ml distilled water to 30 ml Karo corn syrup)
6 - Wait till the SilverTron is done then reduce heat to 140F and continue to heat and stir for several minutes till the water start’s to darken, then you’re done!

Thanks for all the help, Jeff.
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Colloidal Gold Production / Silver & Gold Bearing Cream Trouble Shooting .
« Last post by Etheric Zone 1111 on August 15, 2018, 08:23:00 PM »
Hello ,

I was successful with the Silver Bearing cream formula that Kephra posted works well!, But when I did a 2nd batch I decided to add some CG , and the beeswax hardened on top and the CG remained liquid at the bottom of the glass jar.

Any tips?

Thanks Ed
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