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(Sequence #E2abc): Img.075/ Img.076/ Img.077
The operation and consumption of electrical energy by the "sonic boiler". Here are three photographs of the "sonic boiler" photographed in various phases of boiling two different amounts of water in a glass of a typical size (i.e. capacity of around 0.25 litre). Please notice that the power supply to this boiler is carried out through an Amperometer. Thus each photograph shows the power consumption in the phase of boiling that a given photo registered. As it can be seen on the above photographs, the energy consumption by the "sonic boiler" shown here is rather similar to energy consumption conventional heaters made of resistor wires.
I should explain here that such a "normal" consumption of electrical energy, which is agreeable with laws of classical physics, supposedly was not revealed during research of the original boilers of Mr Davey shown in photograph from "Fig. #B1" above. This fact, in connection with mysterious circumstances in which the "sonic boiler" was "returned" to Mr Davey, suggest that the boiler shown here probably is a kind of Trojan Horse developed especially to support other methods of suppression of the factory production of this boiler - as this is described in item #E4. of this web page. After all, the intelligence described in part #F of this web page, is known to use various "tricks" and "fabrications" to spread confusion amongst people. One such a "trick", which also boils down to the principle of "Trojan Horse, is described comprehensively on separate web page memorial.htm - about methods of cunning undermining of evidential value of objective photographs.
Img.075 (#E2a): A photograph taken in the first phase of boiling a small amount of water in a standard-size glass. This photograph documents, amongst others, that the boiler described here is able to boil any amount of water in any dish, in this also the amount so small, that it just allows to submerge a section of the boiler, while the remaining section sticks out above the surface of water. In case of the use of heaters made of resistance wires, the boiling of such a small amount of water would finish with the overheating of the boiler, and thus with burning it out.
The energy supplied to water in this first phase of boiling must satisfy the consumption of energy for raising the temperature of water that results from "specific heat" of this liquid, and also must satisfy the consumption of energy for a simultaneous evaporation of this water resulting from the "specific evaporation heat". Amperometer captured on this photograph indicates the consumption of the current amounting to around 5 Amperes. For a typical voltage of electricity supply this means that the "sonic boiler" just consumes around 1100 Watt of electrical energy.
Img.076 (#E2b) A photograph taken in the first phase of boiling in a glass around twice more water that in "Fig. #E2a". The interesting fact captured on this photograph is that the "sonic boiler" boils water instantly in the entire volume, and also that immediately after the boiler is placed in water the entire volume of water begins to form miniature bubbles of transparent vapours.
The interesting aspect which is revealed by the above photograph relatively well, is that water boiled with the use of this boiler changes its physical parameters. Namely, bubbles of water vapour formed during the boiling do NOT break after emerging at the surface - as this takes place in normal water heaters. In the boiler shown here these bubbles become more permanent and form a thick layer of transparent foam above the boiled water. This foam looks similarly like foam above beer poured to a tankard. Only that it is transparent. The thick layer of this foam is visible relatively well above the surface of water from the above photograph. I personally believe that this change in physical attributes of water boiled by the "sonic boiler" results from the telekinetic principles of operation of this boiler. Namely this boiler not only boils water instantly in the entire volume, but it simultaneously telekinetises this water in the entire volume - as this is described in item #E6 below.
The energy supplied to water in this phase of boiling must satisfy the consumption of energy for raising the temperature of water that results from "specific heat" of this liquid, and it also must satisfy the consumption of energy for a simultaneous evaporation of this water resulting from the "specific evaporation heat". Amperometer captured on this photograph indicates the consumption of the current amounting to around 8 Amperes. For a typical voltage of electricity supply this means that the "sonic boiler" just consumes around 1800 Watts of electrical energy.
Img.077 (#E2c) The photograph taken in the second phase of evaporation from the glass the same amount of water as in photo Img.076 (#E2b) - means around twice as much as the amount of water from the photograph Img.075 (#E2a).
On the above photograph it is worth to take notice of the large transparent like "bubbles" formed permanently above the surface of the rapidly boiling water. On this photographs the bubbles look like above the water were large pieces of ice. These permanent bubbles prove that boiled water changes its physical properties. In turn the only change that the boiler working on principles of telekinesis is able to introduce, is the telekinetisation of this water. Thus the bubbles captured on the above photograph are another illustrative evidence (next to the longevity of the inventor of this boiler) for the correctness of the conclusion discussed in item #E6 of this web page, namely that the boiler produces the telekinetised water of life.
The actual change of properties of water boiled by the boiler discussed here indicates also a different sound produced during boiling with this boiler. Namely, water does NOT gurgle in the same way as it does when boiled in a traditional manner, but produces a sharp sounds similar to shooting or to blowing the air through a straw to a mixture of water and soap used for generation of large soap bubbles. This different sound of boiling with the boiler described here, in February 2008 could be heard after one clicked onto the link to video showing this boiler, which link entitled "Watch audio slideshow of Peter Davey" existed on the web page http://www.stuff.co.nz/thepress/4379593a6530.html which contained the article about Mr Davey and his boiler.
The energy supplied to water in this phase of boiling must satisfy only the consumption of energy for evaporation of the boiling water - i.e. satisfy the consumption that result just from the "specific evaporation heat". After all, the temperature of water in this phase probably stabilises at 100 degrees Celsius - means water should NOT consume energy for its "specific heat". The Amperometer captured on this photograph indicates the consumption of the current amounting to around 3 Amperes. For a typical voltage of electricity supply this means that the "sonic boiler" just consumes around 700 Watts of electrical energy.