6.29.2016

Leave a message on someones locked phone: Open source patent invention

I am never going to make a cellphone so I had no reason to invent this.  I simply had a vivid REM dream where this was a feature on a phone so I may as well release the feature in this world as open source.

The feature goes like this.  You can record a message for someone onto their own phone even while it is locked.  So lets say your spouse leaves their phone on the table when they are taking a shower and you have to leave the house.  Pick up their phone, press the "leave message" button (the button can say anything not just leave message) and record your message for them.
Another use could be as a reminder for your kids for them to see at school. The possibilities are quite wide.  The phone doesn't need to be locked to leave the message, in fact the feature could only work if the phone is unlocked if desired.  The use on a locked phone is just an example.  This could even be used to leave a message on your own phone that someone else can see if they gain possession of your phone.  The only requirement for this idea is if the device and/or software allows someone to physically (as in not call their voicemail from a different phone) leave a message on a device. This message could be in text or voice or video or any other communication method or any combinations thereof.  If you have possession of the device, you can leave a message.  Phone is just used as an example, it could be any device.  The message could be for the owner of the phone or anyone who sees or certain people can see or any combination.  The message could be public or private.  The message could be stored in the persons voicemail and/or some other system.  The other system could be cloud based or based on the phone memory or sent to any other storage device like personal computer for example.  The user could be given the option or not given the option to say if this feature is presented on their phone, if it could be used while the phone is locked, or if it could be used when the phone is unlocked, or a combination thereof.

I seriously thought about patenting this idea and trying to get companies to license the idea to use in their cellphones.  But I decided I really do want to stand for open source.  I feel this was my test.  I know as long as I keep giving ideas freely I will keep getting them and I have a greater chance of being safe from corporations putting a hit on me.

6.28.2016

Zetox: Potent detoxifier Glucuronic acid liquid

Zetox has been reborn.

Named after Zucchero Detox, the italian word for sugar.  Glucuronic acid is a special sugar critical for detoxification. It is an incredibly powerful detoxifier, it detoxes everything from BPA to excess hormones in the body to excess bilirubin which causes jaundice, to hydrocarbons from burning coal and gasoline. Glucuronidation is one of the main liver detoxifying pathways in the body.  The sad fact is if you have white, non metallic tooth fillings, they are leaching large amounts of BPA into your body daily. There should be no wonder menopause symptoms and man breasts are epidemic.  Taking this product daily should help rid the body of BPA and rogue hormones.

From wikipedia:
Glucuronidation is often involved in xenobiotic metabolism of substances such as drugs, pollutants,bilirubinandrogensestrogens,mineralocorticoidsglucocorticoids,fatty acid derivatives, retinoids, and bile acids.

This concentrated Glucuronic acid product was made using a proven and clean protocol.

1 oz bottle $12
Recommended 1 dropper or less per day.  Keep refrigerated.

**Currently experiencing spoilage issues even after a sterile filtration so I will put a buy button back when I get it nailed down.**
Only ceramic, glass, or wood should be used never metal. (including spoons)

Recipie: Always use food grade or ACS ingredients.

33g nitric 45%+
50g starch

Mix as well as possible, cover
let it liquify over the course of a few hours, stir once in a while.
Heat beaker in hot water bath until orange gas comes off (don't breathe it!), remove from heat and stir.
Continue heating till orange gas stops.  Add a little nitric and see if more orange gas comes off.  If not then the oxidation of starch is complete.  Make sure well ventilated and not breathing fumes. Continue heating slowly to evaporate off as much nitric acid as possible.  If it turns brown add a little nitric to re-oxidize.

Increase volume with distilled water to 125 mL.  Add 16mL phosphoric acid 85%.

Add 1 tbsp activated charcoal and stir for a while.  Vacuum filter charcoal out.  Add 5g vitamin C powder.  Filter sterilize.  Add to sterilized bottles (sterilize bottles by loosening caps and placing in covered pot with some water and heat.)

makes 4 x 1oz bottles.

Glucuronolactone but not glucuronic acid is converted to vitamin C in humans

Here is the study that proves that vitamin C can be made in the body of humans and man:

http://m.ajcn.nutrition.org/content/8/3/369.abstract

We are told that humans cannot make vitamin C.  Well this simply is not true and is false.  Humans actually can make vitamin C from glucuronolactone.  It appears however that we are not able to convert glucuronic acid into glucuronolactone by the above study however.  So how can we make glucuronolactone? Why can't humans make vitamin C from glucose or sugar?

Well it should be able to be made from glucuronic acid if there is NADPH present.  And to produce NADPH we need antioxidants like glutathione made from Cysteine and other things can help like PQQ, Resveratrol, Coq10, Quercetin, astaxanthan, etc.  GlcUA is glucuronic acid and GlcUL is glucuronolactone as seen below.


Here is another view


Another mechanism is the spontaneous conversion of glucuronic to glucuronolactone in alkaline conditions.  This goes backwards in acidic conditions.

http://chromsci.oxfordjournals.org/content/36/7/357.full.pdf

So it seems that we need antioxidants or an alkaline pH and glucuronic acid to produce vitamin c.  This is kind of besides the point because it takes stronger antioxidants than Vit C in order to make it.  So this means even if we aren't getting vitamin C directly, as long as we are getting antioxidants then we can make Vit C on our own.  Also if we alkalize the body we should be able to produce vitamin C.

How to make glucuronic acid or sodium glucuronide:

Glucuronic acid can be made easily by oxidizing starch.  Simply take starch and mix in 45% nitric acid or higher concentration until it is smooth.  Let sit several days until it stops giving off orange gas (nitrogen dioxide).  The solution should be clear.  Next dilute it with water and add a mineral acid like food grade HCL or phosphoric acid.  Boil for several minutes.  Quench with food grade sodium hydroxide.  Now you have a solution of sodium glucuronide.

6.20.2016

How laughing gas works. How does nitrous oxide work? Why does it make you buzzed?

As a professional chemist I am researching nitrous oxide (N2O) to use in my fuel cell.  Trying to get a hold of some inevitably I heard a lot about people that like to breathe it to get high, to feel good, and to numb pain.  So how does it work?  No one seems to know.  A perfect job for the NatureHacker....

So I don't think the mechanism is all too difficult.  First of all as a chemist I know that nitrous is quite dangerous.  The reason for this is it is a strong oxidizer, right on par with hydrogen peroxide.  So certainly you don't want to be oxidizing your body by taking this stuff internally, medically or not.  This oxidizing effect has to have something to do with its effect.  What about runners high?  We know runners high is from endorphins.  Well guess what running does?  Increases oxidation in the body.  So endorphins are released from oxidative stress...  So nitrous oxide is absorbed in the lungs and then goes straight to the brain via pulmonary circulation.  Instantly the oxidative stress triggers a release of endorphins and you feel good.  Now the nitrous reacts with oxygen in your blood and in comes the second effect; unconsciousness.  When the nitrous reacts with oxygen it creates Nitrogen monoxide, (Nitric oxide) NO.  NO is a vasodilator and vasodilators can make you faint.  

So this is how I believe nitrous oxide works when inhaling it.

Nitric Oxide syncope
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/8902320/

28 year old woman hiker who died in Phoenix 6/19/16 NOT heat related

Phoenix has been having record heat but the recent death of a Valley woman was not heat related


This woman, an avid exercise enthusiast had trouble breathing at 9am.  It was probably only around 102 degrees at that time, hardly the 118 that it would hit around 4pm.  So what really caused her death?

Well the heat isn't nearly the most dangerous thing in phoenix right now.  Long has there been a pollution cloud over phoenix but in the last 3 months it has gotten much worse and become much bigger.  Virtually every single day this summer has had an air quality advisory from high pollution. Why?  Nitrogen recently being added to the gasoline.  When these nitrogen oxides are burned they produce the orange gas nitrogen dioxide, a common oxidative pollutant.  This was what killed this woman.  It caused oxidative stress in her lungs causing swelling and preventing her from breathing.  A normal young person should have been able to use adrenaline and cortisol from the adrenal glands as an anti-inflammatory.  But in this woman's case, she was likely very low on these hormones due to her rigorous lifestyle.  Her antioxidant status was also likely depleted from her strenuous activities.  To top that off, the body produces the antioxidant NADPH from sugar, and after their strenuous 3 hour bike ride she had burned up all her blood sugar so was unable to produce the required NADPH to save her.  Since the emergency medical staff has no clue whatsoever about how the body works and couldn't for the life of them realize that breathing difficulties are from bronchiole inflammation which is caused by oxidative stress, they did nothing that could have saved her like give antioxidant therapy.  Sadly another death caused by the inept medical establishment that runs on big pharma money.

6.19.2016

NOS Fuel Cell! Copper Iridium Nitrous oxide hydrogen

Were gunna be rollin NOS boys!  Wow I am so excited.  After a significant disappointment when I realized Oxygen wouldn't work in my fuel cell, I finally found a perfect replacement, N2O.  I have been testing my - copper anode iridium cathode - fuel cell with hydrogen peroxide and getting very promising results.  I figured bubbling oxygen through the cathode electrolyte would produce the same results, but sadly I was wrong.  Oxygen at the cathode produced maybe half the voltage I was used to seeing from hydrogen peroxide. So what gives?  Well it turns out oxygens reduction potential is 0.7v whereas H2O2 has a roughly 1.7v reduction potential.  While it is possible to make hydrogen peroxide in solution using the oxygen, this isn't ideal because the hydrogen peroxide would stick around and degrade the cathode even when the battery wasn't in use.  Ideally our oxidizer would stay a gas and leave the solution when we are done using it.  In comes NOS.  NOS has a reduction potential almost identical to hydrogen peroxide, roughly 1.7 volts yet it is a gas!  And upon reaction it turns into harmless nitrogen gas.  However it may need to be mixed with oxygen gas which would act as a catalyst. So this is a perfect substitute for liquid hydrogen peroxide, and it is so much easier to deliver a gas oxidizer (just use pressure) than a liquid which needs a sophisticated drip system.  Also for an extra voltage boost for electric dragsters you can have an onboard ozone generator which should boost around 0.3 volts per cell at the expense of a little battery capacity.  Now I just need to test hydrogen gas (or hydrazine) to bubble into the anode solution and with a little luck, and some 40% HCL electrolyte, I should be able to bring my copper iridium rechargeable fuel cell up to 2 volts per cell!

6.15.2016

Copper Iridium rechargeable fuel cell: Noble Metal Fuel Cell Battery Update

So I got in Rhenium and a larger piece of Iridium.  Now for testing I have made a Daniel cell, 2 beakers with a salt bridge (rolled up napkin) between them.  In one of the sides its just pure 37% HCL and copper anode and on the other side it is 37% HCL plus 35% h2o2 (however much h2o2 added to get max voltage) and the cathode to test.  With this new segregated setup gold gives me 1.22v, Ruthenium  1.3v, Rhenium 1.32 volts, and Iridium 1.65v.  So that is quite good and Iridium is the true defending champion and I seriously doubt any metal can beat it at least with this electrolyte setup.  So having tested practically everything I have a lot of confidence that copper-iridium is the setup to use in this battery.  I just need to test bismuth to make sure it isn't a better anode than copper.  I should be soon getting in a ceramic divider so I can have a better more reliable salt bridge.  Next I will have to work on getting the amps up in the salt bridge setup; before I could pull half an amp easy, now I am having trouble pulling 50mA.  So hopefully with the ceramic divider I can get a good amperage to come through.  I am now seeing why fuel cells and batteries use a super thin divider because the amps are severely limited by a thick divider (salt bridge).  Unfortunately the divider is necessary to get maximum voltage so we will see if I can get something practical.  If all else fails having both anode and cathode in the same oxidizing solution still gives roughly 1.2v (copper iridium) so that is an option and it gives very high amperage but that is not a fuel cell hybrid and misses out on the potential 0.6v to be gained by the fuel cell effect.  Right now with the divider I am capitalizing on roughly 0.4v from the h2o2 and if hydrogen gas is added to the other side hopefully I can get the full 0.6v from the fuel cell and add that to my battery.  So this is a bettery-fuelcell combo and the battery voltage adds with the fuel cell voltage.

6.07.2016

The three forms of energy: Bonds, electricity, light. Solid, liquid, gas

Energy comes in three forms; solid, liquid and gas.  The solid forms are atomic bonds, the liquid form is electricity, and the gas form is light.  So yes atomic bonds, electricity, and light are the exact same theing, just in different forms.  Once you realize this converting between one and another becomes possible if not simple.  In a solar cell what we are doing is condensing a gasseous form of energy (light) into its liquid form, electricity.  In order to condense it we need to learn the physics in how if can be condensed.  Two ways so far discovered has been n type semi conductors and natural dyes.  Dyes are what plants used to condense light.  So chloryphyll, flavanoids, etc.  The problems with that is in a cell these protiens are protected but when we grind up plants to use in a solar cell microbes eat them up over time.  Bonds are easy to harvest electricity from.  Simply corrode a metal and the bond energy is converted into electricity.  This is the premise of the electroplating battery I discuss in other posts.  Converting electricity to bonds is as simple as reversing the electroplating battery.  In my battery research the final frontier will be learning the physics and chemistry of condensing light into electricity for next generation solar cells and vaporizing electricity into light to make more efficient lights.

And of course I still need to figure out what magnatism really is.

6.04.2016

Electroplating battery open source invention noble metal fuel cell hybrid

Edit: 6/9/16 It looks like germanium has failed testing.  Voltage was 0.6v with gold in 37% hcl with no oxidizer and the voltage dropped with oxidizer.  No amps could be generated.  I don't have high hopes that under any conditions could germanium beat copper in this battery.  I did also confirm that the cathode needs to be oxidized and the anode reduced.  Perhaps the battery will be two parts separated by any type of divider and oxygen on the cathode side and hydrogen on the anode side.  The divider should help restrict the dissolved gasses crossing from one side to another but the divider is optional.  Sparging can also be used.

This is another perspective on the noble metal battery.  The electroplating battery is any battery that discharges by dissolving element(s) from the anode into the electrolyte solution and charges by electrodeposition of the element ions back onto the electrode during recharging.  The electrolyte can be aqueous or non-aqueous.  Aqueous electrolytes work when the anode element to be deposited has a potential greater than water's potential.  Water's potential is around 0.2-0.6v so metals with a potential over that can easily be deposited using an aqueous electrolyte.  If the metal is below that, as is the case for germanium, you can add hydrogen gas to the electrolyte to bring waters potential down to -0.6v.  This will allow for the electrodeposition of germanium.  For anode metals with a negative potential; an acidic electrolyte is not possible to use because hydrogen ion potential is 0 which is higher than the anode so it would self discharge.  So a non acidic salt needs to be used.  Also chlorine ion's potential is -1.3 roughly so a metal like aluminum wouldn't be able to use a chloride salt.  Luckily fluoride salts have a roughly -3 potential so sodium fluoride dissolved in a non aqueous solvent can accommodate even magnesium which is -2.6.

Oxygen gas added to the electrolyte during discharge can greatly increase the amount of amperage that can be drawn.

So for a germanium iridium battery (or any cathode) it would preferably require both an oxygen tank and a hydrogen tank as well as a vacuum pump for optimum efficiency.  This battery should develop a maximum of roughly 1.6v

The benefit to electroplating batteries is with proper maintenance they should never degrade and can be reused indefinitely.

To prevent unrestricted dissolution of the anode, the anode element(s) can be plated onto a more resistant element(s).  Once the anode elements(s) (including multiple layers of the same or different anode materials) is dissolved off the cathode the current stops.  This means you could have anode and cathode both the same material but a layer of extra material coating one electrode and that extra material being the anode.

*Voltages are quoted at 37% hcl with oxygen/h2o2 ubless specified otherwise.  Hydrofluoric acid and/or higher concentrated HCL may improve voltage.

 

6.02.2016

More noble metal battery testing results

All tests were performed with 37% HCL and just enough H2O2 to get voltage to max out.  Anode is listed first cathode second.

Chromium gold 1.25V (copper gold is only 1 v) decent amps, around 0.2.  This is a negative potential anode but can be recharged because it is below the potential of chlorine gas which is 1.35v, but the acid will likely self discharge this battery.

Copper Osmium 1.09V good amps

Copper Chrmomium fail -0.3v

Copper titanium 0.95V decent amps mabye half of molybdenum or gold

Copper Neobium 1.05v so-so amps roughly 1/4 of moly or gold

Copper tantalum 1.09v but non existent amps

Future plans try Rhenium as a cathode.  I have high hopes for it.  Try Germanium as an anode.  Get larger piece of iridium (preliminary results show copper iridium 1.2v). Try higher concentration hcl possibly 50% and try hydrofluoric acid (very dangerous especially with h2o2!  do not breathe!). Also going to try magnesium anode in sodium fluoride electrolyte.  Also retest tungsten.  And finally try O2 as oxidant instead of H2O2.