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How to build a power unit

Required Tools and Parts
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X-acto or other knife for cutting soft plastic
Coping saw for cutting hard plastic
Dremel with suitable bit for cutting into hard plastic
Crazy Glue
Shoe Goo or some other adhesive for sealing water and air leaks
Required Parts
2 CDs
1 CD Jewel Case
8 neodymium magnets (the strongest ones you can get).  For the demo version I used 10 x 5 x 1 mm magnets.
* Optional Parts
Bottle Top for use as a flange
Building the Tesla Turbine
STEP 1Step 1: Take 1 CD and glue four magnets to the shiny under side.
All of the magnets should have the polarity going on the same direction. It does not matter if you glue the north or south end to the disk.
Try to make them an equal distance apart so that they balance in terms of weight distribution.
STEP 2Step 2: Take the second CD and glue the other 4 magnets to the top of it (where the label usually goes). Once again, make sure that the poles of the magnets are all going in the same direction.
This time, however, make sure that the magnets will try to draw to each other when this second disk is between the magnets.
It should be noted that the shiny side of the CDs should face each other, since there is a natural groove between them that makes it easier to draw water or air into them.  When building multiple stacks of CDs, you should still put as many shiny sides together as possible.
STEP 3Step 3: The magnets should attract to the ones on the other CD and hold the two disks together. For this demo, I did not glue the disks together, however that would be necessary for units that will turn at a higher RPM.
As the disks spin, there is a natural tendency for them to try and move away from each other. This effect can rapidly overcome the capacity of the magnets to stay bound together.
Allow glue on the disks to dry for at least 24 hours before proceeding to Step 11. In the meantime, you can still do steps 4 – 10.
STEP 4Step 4: On the lid of the jewel case, draw a box that will be cut away to make an opening port for the turbine.
Next, draw a round space in the center where the exhaust will go through.
It is best to place the exhaust port near the spindle area, since it is closest to where water or air will exit from between the disks.
step 5Step 5: Disassemble the jewel case.
You should have three parts: the upper lid where the front jacket goes, the lower lid where back jacket goes, and the third –  the central portion that holds the spindle that keeps the CD in place.
Step 6:  Look carefully at the central portion.  If the spindle does not have holes in it, then you will need to drill to make some.  (I used a Memorex jewel case that already had holes in it, so there was no need to modify the central portion.)
Step 8Step 7: Use the coping saw to cut out the inflow port.
Then use the Dremel to cut and drill out the exhaust port.
Step 8: Reassemble the jewel case (photo: 5 after cutting).
Step 9***Optional Step 9:
Take a bottle cap that has a thread size suitable for air or water attachments of interest to you.
Cut the cap in such a way that the opening is the same size as the inflow port.
Step 10***Optional Step 10:
Glue the bottle cap to the lower section of the CD case in such a way that the hole in the case matches up with the one on the bottle cap. Make sure the threads are facing outward so that you can use them to screw in air or water hoses.
Step 11At this stage, make sure that the upper lid of the Jewel case can still be opened and closed.
Step 11:
Place CD disks inside the jewel case like normal.
Close the top lid.
step 12Step 12: Seal the outer edges of the CD to prevent air or water from escaping.
If you added a bottle cap to the inflow port, make sure all areas around it are also sealed off.
Wait another 24 hours for all the glues to dry.
Operating the Tesla Turbine
akafcIn order to operate the Tesla Turbine, simply attach an air or water hose to the inflow port and let air or water start flowing.  You can also use a garden hose (as in the demo video) to see how easy it is to make the CDs spin.
When operating the turbine, you should not be holding it or be anywhere near it; since they are prone to exploding when the RPMs exceed the capacity of the magnets and strength of the disks.  The hose in this video was set with enough pressure to make the disks move, plus there was plenty of area for the water to escape.
(Future tests with this unit and ones with more disks stacked up will be done using explosion proof boxes, and no humans or animals will be close enough to get hurt by flying parts.)
Notes for Future Development
The CD version of the Tesla Turbine can be used in endless ways. Individual units can be stacked together to create larger amounts of electricity. They can be connected to windmills, placed under moving water, and coupled with millions of devices that rely on a motor or rotary motion.
Here’s what happens when a Tesla CD turbine  meets a generator:

(Video first seen on lolersay.)
The Tesla Turbine is a fairly simple, EMP proof device that can generate power in just about any circumstance. It’s up to you to imagine a use for this turbine.
Learning how to build a working model can help you save on your current energy bills and also help you survive crisis.

Why you need Witch Hazel handy:

1. Natural Astringent
High concentrations of tannins in witch hazel make it an excellent astringent which means it has the ability to remove excess oil from skin and shrink down pores.  Health-wise, those who are exposed to lots of environmental pollutants may apply witch hazel to the face in order to reduce the amount of contaminants that enter pores and, consequently, the amount and severity of blemishes.  Also, because astringents remove excess oil, regular use of witch hazel may further prevent blemishes, especially black heads which result from dried sebum build-up in pores.

2. Fade Bruises and Blemishes
Witch hazel may also be used to treat blemishes already present on the face or other areas of the body.  Apply witch hazel with a cotton ball or cosmetic pad to reduce irritation and appearance of acne or other inflammatory skin conditions.  Witch hazel applied to bruises can also help to fade discoloration and speed up the healing process of any underlying damage.

3. Brighten Around Eyes
The ability of witch hazel to tighten skin and reduce inflammation makes this an ideal natural remedy for treating discoloration and puffiness under and around eyes.  Just make sure not to get any of this natural astringent on the eyes themselves as it will result in significant pain and lingering discomfort from dryness.

4. Shrink Swollen Veins
Soak soft terry cloth in witch hazel and lay over skin affected by varicose veins to temporarily reduce swelling and pain.  Also, remember to prop up the areas to be treated as high as possible.  This will decrease blood pressure in swollen veins and maximize the effectiveness of your treatment.

5. Stop Bleeding
Witch hazel naturally tightens skin and promotes faster healing.  Apply organic witch hazel  to minor cuts and scrapes to stop bleeding.  Store-bought witch hazel also often contains isoproply alcohol which disinfects, making it a popular choice for cleansing wounds before bandaging.

6. Post Hair-removal
For both men and women, witch hazel is a great follow-up to shaving any part of the body.  Not only will it stop bleeding from nicks or cuts, anti-inflammatory witch hazel can also work to prevent razor burn.  Furthermore, those who employ hot wax treatments for hair-removal may also apply witch hazel as an anti-inflammatory post-waxing or use it to stop bleeding from damaged hair follicles.

7. Hemorrhoid Relief
Witch hazel is great for easing the pain, itching, swelling, and bleeding of hemorrhoids.  In fact, it’s a common ingredient used in many commercial hemorrhoid creams.  Just mix witch hazel with a carrier like Aloe Vera gel and apply to affected areas for fast relief.

8. Ease a Sore Throat
Due to its astringent properties, an herbal tea of witch hazel (not the store-bought kind which almost always contains isopropyl alcohol) can help to ease the discomfort of a sore throat.  Gargle with witch hazel tea to reduce swelling, dry up excess mucus, and ease pain caused by laryngitis, sinusitis, tonsillitis, or other throat maladies.

9. Treat Damaged Gums
A witch hazel mouth rinse (again, don’t use witch hazel that contains isopropyl alcohol) can help to reduce pain and swelling of irritated or infected gums.  Witch hazel can be used stop minor bleeding of the gums and mouth.  Try a teaspoon of witch hazel tea with one drop each clove and myrrh oil to safely relieve teething pain for infants.  The same treatment may also be used to soothe pain caused by emerging wisdom teeth or after oral surgery to reduce discomfort and inflammation.

10. Dry Up Swimmer’s Ear
Otitus externa – commonly known as ‘Swimmer’s Ear’ – is caused by microbial infection of the ear canal.  Use an eye dropper to insert several drops of witch hazel into each ear to dry up pus, clear away excess oil, and break up wax and debris that may be clogging the ear canal.  Allow ears to drain then clean gently with a cotton swab or cosmetic pad.  Follow up with a natural anti-microbial like basil oil, apple cider vinegar, or tea tree oil.

11. Soothe Diaper Rash
Anti-inflammatory properties of witch hazel make it an effective and safe remedy for soothing pain from diaper rash.  Regular application will also assist in healing damaged skin faster, further reducing your baby’s discomfort.

12. Cool Down Sunburn
Mix some witch hazel in with your Aloe Vera gel the next time you need to treat a sunburn.  The anti-inflammatory power of this incredible plant extract will aid your skin in healing while it and the Aloe help to cool the burn.  This treatment can also help to prevent skin from peeling in the days following a bad burn.

13. Neutralize Contact Dermatitis
Because of its drying and anti-itch power, witch hazel can also be used to counter the effects of skin-irritating plant compounds like urushiol, the sap oil contained in poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac that causes contact dermatitis in about 85% of adults who come in contact with it.

14. Bug Bites and Stings
Just as witch hazel can be used to ease pain and itching from poison ivy and its cousins, the same works for bug bites and stings.  Yet another reason to carry a small bottle of this awesome remedy with you the next time you plan to spend a day outdoors!