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778 neighbour of some guy
14th October 2012, 20:31
Hi, i was bored for a minute and decided to build me a water vortexer Schauberger style, it took me about 10 minutes ( seriously), the water actually tastes better now, so a nice project if you have some dead time laying around thats starts to stink up the place.

Here is what you need.

2 1.5 liter bottles

2 caps from bottles

1 drill

silicone kit

Ranger band or wide snug fitting hose ( a ranger band is a piece of bicycle innertube cut into a strip so it makes a tight wide rubberband if you will.)

Superglue

This is what you do, first screw the caps on the bottles, take your drill and drill a hole in the middle of the caps, screw caps of bottle, use superglue to glue together, put some silicone in remaining seam to waterproof and not make a mess, slide hose or rangerband over caps ( like you see in the pictures), fill one bottle 3/4 with water, screw cap on bottle 1, screw bottle 2 on top of bottle one ( make sure to grip the BOTTOM cap when screwing on top bottle, turn your funny mancontraption upside down, give it a whirl and voila, there you go, you build yourself a water vortexer Schauberger style and it DOES make your water taste better btw.

It took me longer to upload the images and type this then it took to build the vortexer, go figure;).

I got inspired by some guy in a you tube video wich i posted on Dennis his water thread.

Here are some pictures of my brand spanking new vortexer and then the video by the guy whirling the bottles to create the vortex.

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Video has no sound, picture says it all

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Would be nice to see someone elses vortex project here too, a great way to learn from eachother, lets make progress, please post and boast, its ok i am proud too;), Must make Vortexer, must make vortexer.

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GlassSteagallfan
14th October 2012, 23:54
Here is a different way to do the same thing...


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjMB-IsvURo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjMB-IsvURo

Hervé
15th October 2012, 00:30
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In my days, a plain funnel (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Funnel) used to do just that...

778 neighbour of some guy
15th October 2012, 08:45
Here is a different way to do the same thing...


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjMB-IsvURo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjMB-IsvURo

Hey this great, you see its a piece of cake to make one of these, had not seen this video yet, thank you
, i bet they have no clue what it can be used for and what it can do for you!!

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In my days, a plain funnel (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Funnel) used to do just that...

Well "old guy", show us your funnelworks then, thats what the thread is for;).

Thanks Amzer

RMorgan
15th October 2012, 15:22
Hey this great, you see its a piece of cake to make one of these, had not seen this video yet, thank you
, i bet they have no clue what it can be used for and what it can do for you!![COLOR="red"]



Hey mate,

I must confess I also have no clue about what this is supposed to do with the water.

Would you mind explaining it to me?

Anyway, whatever it is supposed to do, I bet it would work better with glass bottles. These plastic bottles cast a lot of toxins after some time.

Cheers,

Raf.

Isserley
15th October 2012, 19:26
Hey mate,

I must confess I also have no clue about what this is supposed to do with the water.

Would you mind explaining it to me?

Anyway, whatever it is supposed to do, I bet it would work better with glass bottles. These plastic bottles cast a lot of toxins after some time.

Cheers,

Raf.

You're right about glass..

Viktor Schauberger (30 June 1885 – 25 September 1958) was an Austrian forester/forest warden, naturalist, philosopher, inventor and Biomimicry experimenter.

The inventor of what he called "implosion technology", Schauberger developed his own theories based on fluidic vortices and movement in nature. He built actuators for airplanes, ships, silent turbines, self-cleaning pipes and equipment for cleaning and so-called "refinement" of water to create spring water, which he used as a remedy.

Schauberger's theories aren't accepted in the scientific community. However, Schauberger's work remains an inspiration to many people in the Green movement for his own observations of nature.
He viewed water as a living entity, the "Blood of Mother-Earth", which is born in the womb of the forest. Our mechanistic, materialistic and extremely superficial way of looking at things, however, prevents us from considering water to be anything other than inorganic, i.e. supposedly without life, but which, while apparently having no life itself, can nevertheless miraculously create life in all its forms. Life is movement and is epitomized by water, which is in a constant state of motion and transformation, both externally and internally. In confirmation of this fact, water is able to combine with more substances than any other molecule and, flowing as water, sap and blood, is the creator of the myriad life forms on this planet. How then could it ever be construed as life-less in accordance with the chemist's clinical view of water, defined as the inorganic substance H2O? This short description is a gross misrepresentation. As the fundamental basis of all life, water is itself a living entity and should be treated as such. Failure to do so quickly transforms it into an enemy, rather than the nurturer and furtherer of all life that it should be.

According to Viktor Schauberger, apart from the more familiar categories of water, there are as many varieties of water as there are animals and plants. Were water merely the sterile, distilled H2O as claimed by science, it would be poisonous to all living things. H2O or "juvenile water" is sterile, distilled water and devoid of any so-called "impurities". It has no developed character and qualities. As a young, immature, growing entity, it grasps like a baby at everything within reach. It absorbs the characteristics and properties of whatever it comes into contact with or has attracted to itself in order to grow to maturity. This "everything" - the so-called "impurities" - takes the form of trace elements, minerals, salts and even smells! Were we to drink pure H2O constantly, it would quickly leach out all our store of minerals and trace elements, debilitating and ultimately killing us. Like a growing child, juvenile water takes and does not give. Only when mature, i.e. when suitably enriched with raw materials, is it in a position to give, to dispense itself freely and willingly, thus enabling the rest of life to develop. Before the birth of water, life was not.

But what is this marvelous, colourless, tasteless and odourless coolness, which quenches our thirst like no other liquid? Did we but truly understand the essential nature of water - a living substance - we would not treat it so churlishly, but would care for it as if our lives depended on it, which undoubtedly they do.

"The Upholder of the Cycles which supports the whole of Life, is WATER. In every drop of water dwells the Godhead, whom we all serve; there also dwells Life, the Soul of the "First" substance - Water - whose boundaries and banks are the capillaries that guide it and in which it circulates."

"More energy is encapsulated in every drop of good spring water than an average-sized powerstation is presently able to produce."

Indeed in accordance with the famous Hasenöhrl-Einstein equation E = mc2, in 1 gram of substance, or 1 cubic centimetre of water, 25 million kilowatt hours of energy are stored!

Water is a being that has life and death. With incorrect, ignorant handling, however, it becomes diseased, imparting this condition to all other organisms, vegetable, animal and human alike, causing their eventual physical decay and death, and in the case of human beings, their moral, mental and spiritual deterioration as well. From this it can be seen just how vital it is, that water should be handled and stored in such a way as to avert such pernicious repercussions....

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