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"DIP" Nanocoating Process

A new process has been discovered to create a nanocoating in a half hour's time by Richard Haughton, one of the leading researchers in this new Science and Technology.  Its suitability for creating the nanocoating that is appropriate for building a magrav unit in accordance with the blueprints, and any other KF Technology devices, are currently under investigation by experimenters.  Their reports, along with the information on the results of the process are presented below.

It must be CLEARLY understood by anyone attempting to build a MAGRAV unit, that it is possible for you to be shocked or electrocuted by the device if improperly constructed.  If you are not familiar with electricity, then you either need to self-educate or rely on someone with electrical knowledge to be able to do this safely.

A magrav built in accordance with the blueprints, needs to have a nanocoating that is not capable of transmitting traditional electric current through the coating.  Any electrical flow, has to remain within the copper wire, not it's surface.  The nanocoating conducts and/or interacts with, non-electrical forms of energy.  The surface coating of a magrav must react just like insulation on a wire to prevent you from getting shocked by it.  The nanocoating processes described in the blueprints, provide just such insulating capabilities, and when properly created and achieved, allow you to touch a magrav that is being powered by 220 Volts AC, without sustaining an electrical shock.

For testing purposes, and for your own safety, whichever nanocoating you are going to attempt, you should do the following check before building a magrav according to the blueprints:

Take a #14 solid copper wire, or coil, or coil assembly.  Nanocoat it using whatever method you choose.  Take the very end of the wire that is going to be connected to the electrical system's hot wire, and completely scrape off the nanocoating with a knife to expose the bare copper.  Connect it to the source, and then apply power to it.  Using a voltmeter (not a non-contact probe), set it to AC Volts testing range capable of reading your household voltage.  Test it in your electrical outlet first, so you know what reading to look for.  Then apply one lead to neutral or ground, and the other lead to the nanocoated parts of your structure, wire, coil, whatever.  It should read zero with a good nanocoating.  If you read any significant AC voltage, then your nanocoating is not suitable for a magrav.  Go back and try it again and repeat the testing.  Only complete the build if you are able to achieve the point where no electricity can flow through your nanocoating, or you will be in uncharted waters.

Any coating you are able to achieve, BY ANY METHOD, MUST act as an insulator to electricity for a magrav to function as designed.  If you attempt a Fire nanocoating, and are unsuccessful, you can be shocked.  If you try traditional caustic nanocoatings, and do them poorly, you can be shocked.  The DIP nanocoating is being EVALUATED.  It is NOT yet established.  The process appears here for you to experiment with.

If you are experimenting with any non-blueprinted device, then you already understand you are in uncharted waters.  Experimenters like being in uncharted waters so that they can discover something new.  If you are only a "builder", then you don't want to be in uncharted waters.

Given the foregoing, here is the latest information from experimenters reporting their findings.  These are experimental findings, nothing more, nothing less:

Video of surface test by Douglas Edwards:

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31 January 2016:

Good day to everyone. Peace and blessings to all. I have finished report on "Nano Coating solution"., by Richard Houghton, and I am sorry to inform everyone, that after both tests have been performed, that the copper plates read ohms after coating and allowing to dry. Both plates, even the one rinsed with distilled water, also performed the same. I will post a video shortly of my findings. If there is a proper Nano coating, you will not read ohms on the meter, this is why the coils do not short out. With that being said, it does not mean that there is not a value in what Richard has created, as I can see so far, because I do think it has useful properties. In a few days, I will draw down remaining solution, and wash it, per Armen Guloyan, which should produce some nice Sulfur GaNS, that in theory right now, could be used as a topical ointment, for minor cuts, scrapes, and burns, etc....


31 January 2016:  This was posted a couple of times on Facebook.  It is a YouTube Video entitled "nanocoat cooper 1' second" and appears on an account identified as:  "Γιωργος Κιτσος"

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30 January 2016:

I posted this on the Golden Age of GaNS so I though I would also share it here, so Here we go. I copied the recipe Nano coating solution created by Richard Houghton, and produced one gallon, which is more than enough to perform test. 1st initial response is this a really strong caustic, use gloves when handling, caustic will get on you and you will not know it until it's too late, eye protection is also a no brainer, the fumes are tolerable, but do recommend mask if one is available. This solution does coat copper almost instantaneously, with a nice black finish becoming darker as time progresses towards the thirty(30) minute mark. That is where I am at right now, will have more coming... Thanks:)peace and blessings to all....

Douglas Edwards's photo.


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31 January 2016 Comment from Richard Houghton:
Your coils i would leave in 24 hours, take out and dry for 24 hours, never re dip what you want to use, it will start to take it off again, the longer it drys the stronger or thicker it gets, remember i do nothing as i should, i can only show what i find and hope it is of use to everyone, its up to others to test to see if it is viable, i say this because i do not want people to look at me as though i am a scientist and take what i show as fact, i am just an experimenter who never follows the rules.

30 January 2016:
New Information posted today on Facebook Private Group (you need to join it if you haven't already) Golden Age of Gans by Richard Houghton:    (A youtube video will appear below it)


Richard Houghton shared his video.

Hi friends, this is just to show the speed this can be done with the pain pens, you could put 50-100 in this solution at a time, take them out one by one, and straight into your pain pen holders, i do not bother to leave and dry because i like the crystals to form inside, also use the multi meter before inserting.

Youtube version of video is here:

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29 January 2016:

Here is the initial description of the process.  A video of the process appears below it.


We will edit and clarify as necessary when the opportunity and need presents itself.


Hi friends, Mike Marko III. MAKING NANO GANS & NANO COATING FOR COPPER COILS.
The yellow is what you will take off the top of your mix, once into its own tub, if you place your clean copper coil in this for 30 minuets lift out and hang to dry, you will have your nano coated copper, longer drying the better, do not re dip in the solution.
The jar on the left at the top is nano gans, made from the same mix, you can also nano coat your copper with this.
You will need two large tubs, say 2 or 3 gallon tubs, a gallon measuring jug plastic, as the mix will get hot and may break glass.
3 gallons of sea water, ours is very salty.
500 grams (17.64 ounces)of caustic soda.
100 grams (3.52 ounces) of Sulphur powder.
In your gallon jug, put the sulphur powder in first, then your 500g of caustic soda, you will now need a spoon and half a gallon of your sea water to mix in it.
Pour your sea water in a bit at a time and start stirring keep this going as you slowly put all the half gallon of sea water in, it will start to get hot, keep stirring until it all dissolves, leave for a while then stir again.

Fill your 3 gallon tub with the sea water, about 2 inches from the top, stir your mix again and add to your large tub of sea water and stir that, and leave to settle until you have a good layer of clear yellow on the top.
Once settled draw off the the clear yellow and put into jars ready to use, leave a inch or so on top of the settled as you will use this to make your nano gans.
Your clear yellow is now ready to put your clean copper in for 30 minuets to get nano coated, remember drying time and do not re coat.
Now to create your nano gans, take your old nano coat copper if you have any and wash it about in the tub that you have the settled in, if only clean copper, wash that in for 30 seconds and remove, allow it to dry then re wash, continue this and you will get a good layer of nano gans on the bottom, you can now use this as you please, it will re coat old nano copper or wash off more and become thicker, you can even make more of the yellow from the heavy settled gans, by squirting some into more fresh sea water, but it is not quite so strong.
I hope this helps you all, and will speed up the process. Richard Houghton.

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Richard Houghton
Richard Houghton Remember also i wash nothing, it is important to me that the sea water salt remains, and is allowed to form crystals, sea water crystals are carriers of plasma.
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Mike Marko III
Mike Marko III Thank you so much Richard Houghton. I'm going to put this on the site immediately, and we can go back and start editing to the extent it will help folks replicate it, as the need, and the time available to do so, presents itself.




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