Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 19:23:22

Author: --- Richard Heckathorn

Subject: Re: Nakamura Van De Graaff "Raijin"

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Greetings, I have taken a heating element from a hair dryer and mounted it i=
n the base of the Van de Graaff generator. With its own switch, I could turn=
it on and off as I desired. It really helped.
Dick

Have a great day.

On Mar 22, 2012, at 3:33 PM, Pati Sievert wrote:

> Anyone have one of these? Does it really work in humid conditions? Is is=
more impressive than the Cenco standard?
> http://nadascientific.com/nakamura_home/van-de-graaff-raijin.html
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> Pati Sievert
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Greetings, I have taken a heating element from a hair dryer and mounted it in the base of the Van de Graaff generator. With its own switch, I could turn it on and off as I desired. It really helped.DickHave a great day.On Mar 22, 2012, at 3:33 PM, Pati Sievert wrote:Anyone have one of these? Does it really work in humid conditions? Is is more impressive than the Cenco standard?http://nadascientific.com/nakamura_home/van-de-graaff-raijin.html
-- Pati Sievert

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