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Electronics Basics - Understanding The Diode and Bridge Rectifier

This is the first article in the series of understanding electronics. Today we are starting out with the diode and bridge rectifier. I will show you how a diode works, how to identify a diode and how to read schematics diagrams for the diode.   A diode is one of the most comm

How To Build A Bedini Motor The Parts List

I am going to show you how to build a Bedini Motor - radiant energy device - step by step through articles and video. I will also help people through my support forum and answer any questions as needed along the way.   Viewers on my main YouTube channel have waited a long tim

ThruNite Neutron 2C 1100 Lumen USB LED Flashlight

ThruNite sent me their Neutron 2C 1100 Lumen LED flashlight which is rechargeable and takes multiple types of batteries. With its small size, convenient USB charging port and powerful output this has become my EDC (Every Day Carry) flashlight.   ThruNite as always packages th

Finishing Greenhouse Framing & How We Use Solar Power

In the morning I got right to work on the greenhouse framing again. I hope to preserve our garden vegetables longer in the season. We use solar power for most of our energy needs on our off grid homestead from lights to cooking.   I am putting up the rafters today. It is slow

Building A Greenhouse To Grow Herbs & Greens All Winter

I am building a greenhouse over our raised herb garden to extend the growing season and grow some greens all through the winter. Melanie has been preparing meals all summer using our own herbs. We are also trying to save some of our garden vegetables through the colder nights.  

Moving Into Our Tiny House For The Winter

Melanie and I are moving into the tiny house on our homestead for the winter. The tiny home is better insulated and has better windows than the trailer we spent the summer in.   We have two houses on the homestead that we purchased this spring. The mobile home which we used a

A Simple Cheap Hoop House Alternative To Extend Growing Season

We moved to our new homestead this April and found that it freezes at night even during summer. I had to come up with a budget hoop house alternative to save our garden. This cost me only $8 total and keeps our tomatoes going even down to 28 degrees so far.   This is our thir

Fast and easy ice cream in minutes with Donvier manual Ice Cream Maker

Melanie and I recently bought the Donvier manual ice cream maker at a garage sale and we love it. This hand crank ice cream maker literally turns out perfect ice cream in minutes without ice or rock salt. This is the cheapest way to get fresh, healthy ice cream at home that I have ever seen.

Make Pasta At Home Using Hand Crank Pasta Maker

My wife Melanie and I made a couple batches of pasta the other day using our hand crank pasta maker. This is very easy and fun for the family. It is also healthier for you because you know what goes into the pasta.   Homemade pasta is fun and healthy. You put the ingredients

Growing Meat Chickens At Home And How To Save On Food Costs

We are growing our own meat birds this year and ended up with very large, healthy chickens at a reduced cost compared to grocery store meat. Here are some things we learned along the way.   First of all, meat birds are going to grow fast. They are ready to harvest in 8 to 10

Gosun Solar Oven Long Term Test & Review

Since we got the GoSun solar stove to try out we have been using it just about every single day now. This is one of the absolute best products I ever got to use for off grid living and survival. This stove even cooks your meals during cloudy periods.   I was impressed and exc

How To Make A Joule thief And Use Dead Flashlight Batteries

I show you how to make a very simple circuit called a Joule Thief which can use a dead flashlight battery to power LEDs and other devices.   This circuit contains only a few components but performs an amazing act of drawing power from a dead flashlight battery long after it h

Experiment Using A Bedini Motor And Capacitor For Faster Charging

In previous experiments I have put a capacitor in parallel across a battery terminals while being charged on my single coil Bedini motor. It seems that the battery charges faster. I had another battery as a control for comparison. Later I swapped out the two batteries to see what would happen.

Human Powered Free Energy Generator

I am not sure what I have stumbled on here but I can charge up capacitors by holding a coil of wire in my hand. I was experimenting with aerial antenna energy gathering when I discovered that I was harvesting more energy from myself than from the air.   I built a small aerial

Free Energy From The Earth Using Earth Battery

You can make a battery using a simple nail and a piece of copper wire stuck in the ground. With a volt meter you will see a voltage between the two pieces of metal. Any two separate pieces of metal will give you a potential difference (voltage) between them if stuck in the ground.  
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