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EMF

Creation of EMF Generator
1. Cut a piece of 4½ inch PVC pipe 10 inches long
2. Wrap 12 gauge copper wire around the pipe 30 times
3. Cut another piece of 4 ½  PVC pipe 10 inches long
4. Wrap 12 gauge copper wire around the pipe approximately 60 times
5.  Connect one of the wires to negative side to a DC variable voltage supply
7. Connect the other wire to a voltmeter and ammeter in series and to variable voltage supply.
8. Turn the variable voltage supply on low. Using a gauss meter, measure the EMF emitted from the inside of the PVC pipe.
9. Adjust the voltage to change the EMF field to create the desired reading on the gauss meter.
10. Adjust the volatage on the aviable voltage supply to create a two varied levels of an EMF. 
 

Creation of EMF Generator in Water
1. Cut a piece of ½ inch PVC pipe 10 inches long
2. Wrap 12 gauge copper wire around the pipe 30 times
3. Cut another piece of ¾ PVC pipe 12 inches long
4. Glue a ¾ cap on one end of the ¾ PVC pipe.
5. Insert the PVC wrapped wire into the capped PVC pipe.
6. Connect one of the wires to negative side to a variable voltage supply
7. Connect the other wire to a voltmeter and ammeter in series and to the positive side of the variable voltage supply.
8. Turn the variable voltage supply on low. Using a gauss meter, measure the EMF emitted form the side of the PVC pipe.
9. Adjust the voltage to change the EMF field to create the desired reading on the gauss meter.
10. Place the EMF apparatus into the tanks needed for testing
11. Identify each tank as high, medium, or low EMF.
12. The remaining tank (control tank) is to be placed away from any EMF source and should be tested with the gauss meter to identify a zero reading. This tank should not be placed near any electrical device or near the wall which may have electrical wires.

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