High K Dielectric Experiments

The objective of this is to test the use of the high K dielectrics in conjunction with the Biefeld-Brown effect. According to T.T. Brown, the higher the K of dielectric between the electrodes, the stronger the Biefeld-Brown effect.

The Experiments

Here are the experiments I have done so far:

Polysulfide High K Mark 1 and Mark 1B - Elongated negative - horizontally aligned (May 11/21, 2000): Did not work, most likely due to polysulfide based sealant containing some conducting material.

Barium Titanate Doorknob Capacitors (October 21, 2005): A test by paralleling 10 barium titanate doorknob capacitors and applying high voltage until breakdown while measuring on a digital scale.

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