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at least a little bit about violet wands, most geeky folk know at least a little bit about Tesla.  He is the original inventor of the Telsa Coil  type of electrical coil configuration (represented in the Google logo).   The Tesla coil was the Dr. Frankenstein mad scientist device that brought the violet ray to life, which spawned the violet wand, and gave birth to some other related cousins, and so we have him to thank for our recreation.  Tesla was less concerned about politics, patents and profit as Thomas Edison was, and Edison walked away with the reputation (and notations in the history books) that he invented many things that were actually Tesla’s brainchild.  Primarily because Edison was political and far louder.  Tesla did do things, like make large quantities of lightbulbs light wirelessly, (as shown to good effect in the movie when the ground is covered with lightbulbs just sitting there, no wires, and all lit) and demonstrate the use of free energy, that no one has repeated, as with his death went the only knowledge of how to do them.   

 

 

And that got me thinking about an earlier blog, in which I expounded on the fact that the loudest people are not always the real experts.  It takes a little bit of education yourself in order to spot the people who really know what they are talking about.

 

My email today (and I received just the one) was on electrodes.  Here is a snippet:

..don’t know what you’re talking about.  Violet ray and violet wand electrodes are the exact same thing and you’re (snip)  if you think they are different in any way at all..”

 

Au contraire, Pierre.  If you wrap your brain around the concept that not all glass is the same (think regular window glass and auto safety glass) for one.. then you start to grasp the principles involved in their differences.   Let’s break some of it down for the less intelligent, shall we?

 

Violet Ray Electrodes                                       Violet Wand Electrodes

Antiques                                                               New

Soda-lime glass                                                 Scientific grade of Borosilicate glass

Made for light therapeutic use                         Manufactured for fet use

Inconsistent electrical resistance                   Specific electrical resistance

       (affects the spark output)                                      (affects the spark output)

Fragile                                                                   Built to take abuse

                                                                                Low thermal expansion

                                                                                Very high resistance

                                                                                Higher light transmittance

DO NOT USE INTERNALLY–risk of                Feel free to use internally — risk of

    breakage is too high                                           breakage is incredibly low

May have mercury in them                                Safer due to modern standards

Lower density                                                      Higher density

 

And that’s just the usual violet wand tip of the iceberg.  More reasons they are different, have to do with the exact chemical composition of the glass, and the properties of the two types of glass.  Its the difference between using a 50 year old computer and a new computer.  Or an early invention lightbulb and new, modern lightbulbs.  Or a 50 year old car and a new car.   Or between a 90 year old (dont forget most violet rays that are available on the market are 90 years old)  radio and a new radio.  Or a 90 year old ..well, you get the idea.   Safer, more efficient, etc.   Ain’t technology wonderful?  

 

But, it seems as if, when it comes to violet wands, that the smartest of people let their brains get warped by the louder political entities, and fall into a vacuum tube evacuated of common sense, and suddenly forget that any 90 year old machines, devices, technology, etc, are not up to the same standards as their corresponding new technology.  Things improve; even when they look the same, technology advances.  Your 90 year old lightbulb is far more fragile, less efficient, may contain gas impurities that leak unsafe chemicals if broken, than their modern counterpart lightbulbs.  Is new always better?  When it comes to technology you are using around the human body, I would say that it definitely is.  Not that there is anything wrong with using violet ray electrodes if you want to.  But don’t dare intimate they are the same as violet wand electrodes, not after 90 years of technological advancement.  Violet wand glass tube electrodes….like everything else after 90 years of progress….. have come a Loooooong Way, Baby.

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