Test results are in for the "Ring of Power"

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I have been wearing the test ring glued with the saline solution; I used the Marine GOOP, the idea from Porky 8.

I made three versions, one with saline, one without, and one with the zinc rod drilled through to have the saline go all the way around, an idea from Porky8 as well.

Test results from three different times of the day each

Without Saline unit produces: AM: .7 volts PM: .756 Volts PM: .770 volts

With saline solution: AM: .767 volts PM: .777 volts PM: .745 volts

Drilled Zinc rod with saline: AM: .766 volts PM: .756 volts PM: .723 volts

Well from this I cannot really see any difference. It is all the same; it does not matter from my opinion. It is easier to make and maintain without the saline solution.

First you don’t need to mess with Marine GOOP, it’s messy sticky and junks up the Ring of Power.

Second the saline solution rots the latex tubing as well.

Third the voltage difference is minute. My father is an electrical engineer and a mechanical engineer; he said it makes no difference at all with the minute amount of difference. He pointed out that one of the tests the voltage was higher with the one without the saline solution than with. It is all the same, he says anything over .7 volts coming off of this is really good, and you are never really going to get any more power out of it.

Fourth, I got all of my results from the one without the saline solution, and the original one by www.blakoe.com only produces .12-.5 volts and people get great results off of that one. And that one is hard inflexible and uncomfortable. Ouch!!

And finally do you really want to wet your pants in public, because that’s what would happen if it came off, it would look really bad, and the chances of it coming off with the saline solution are way higher than without. I have never had it come off before without the saline solution. But I have the with it in there and its not fun.

My over all opinion is you don’t need the saline solution it was just another thing Tom Hubbard thought about. And while the theory is still sound so is the rest. Good Luck!

Supra..
 

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Not a problem!
 

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Thanks from me, too, Supra. I just read the first couple pages of the Thunder's thread, and was wondering if you planned to experiment with the south pole magnets they talked about?
 

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Yes I plan on it for sure, will let you guys know!
 

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These magnets are tricky!
 
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yo i have no idea what the heel u guys r talkig about ??????its a cock ring with shock and shit?????email me inlightin me????and if it does what u say it does make me one and sell it 2 me??????/ya ko wlet a nigga live??????/.......emailme
 
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Translation: "Yo, I have no idea what the hell you guys are talking about. It's a cockring with shock and shit? E-Mail me and enlighten me. And if it does what you say it does, can you make me one and sell it to me? You cow let a nigga live? (Unsure of exact meaning, ed.) E-Mail me."
 
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let me live let me kow what u are talking about????????thanks
 
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I've tried this too, and I didn't get .76 volts. Dry, it was less than .1 volt.

I also think it has to do with how much one sweats in his crotch. After all, you still have to have an electrolyte connecting the copper and the zinc, and that electrolyte has to also contain the flesh that you want the zinc to migrate into.

I also discovered that depending on the ring's orientation and contact with the flesh, I measured different voltages. I also sprayed a weak vinegar solution on the flesh and then tightened the ring on. At that time, I measured .3 volts.

I wonder also-- are you shaved? That might make some difference too. My tubing, by the way, is clear vinyl, but vinyl is non-conductive, just like latex, but it is also slicker, and less likely to accumulate a conductive coating.


(I also am an electrical engineer).
 
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Supra, I was also thinking that some people sweat so much differently than others and their sweat contains so many different things, that it's hard to guess what this or that person is going to end up with, potential-wise.

The potential measured is directly related to the electrolyte used. Now when I measured, I was just using a volt-oHydromax multimeter and not sure what it's own internal resistance is. But the reason I didn't worry about that is because it's still going to be an order of magnitude greater than the internal resistance of the "cell" you create with the ring.

One variation of this ring is to drill holes through pieces of zinc, use copper tubing, and space them using wooden macrame balls. I threaded them alternately around a 1/8" dia. solid vinyl band (I ordered this from a local gear and transmission supply co). At the open end, I slipped a tight piece of 5/32" neoprene tubing over each end to prevent everything from coming unthreaded. Then the 1/2" of neoprene left over on each end is connected together with a 5/32" snippet of brazing rod. Neoprene is very tight and won't be stretching out, any time soon, so this makes for a really great connection that won't let go. To get it off, you pull the brazing rod out of one end of the neoprene.

Now the idea is this: You get sub-fields across each segment pair, and full fields through the penis and testicles. I've checked this out with a multimeter. They establish many simultaneous fields, at the same time. I don't know if this is any better than having two electrodes, though.

By the way, neoprene is somewhat conductive, so make sure it isn't touching the electrode segments. Use the wooden balls to separate it. (Try Hobby Lobby)
 

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