Cold Electricity

People who have spent enough time researching overunity technologies should know that payday happens when it is cold. Who is writing the check for all this energy? Well, it’s on the house if you are ready to give up a little heat which is a side effect of negative entropy. Other people who collected on this energy giveaway include Floyd Sweet with his VTA and John Searl who noticed cold components in his device.

Recently I noticed this youtube post that shows how to charge a capacitor to 200V with a 24V battery.

Free Electrical Energy

Nothing about this seems too interesting because it is commonly known that an inductor in a buck converter can step up voltage. The author named NRGFromTheVaccum then posted this:

Endothermic & Exothermic Electric Discharges

Seeing and hearing 2 completely different types of sparks made by the same gap seemed pretty damn cool. He left these comments. “These two reactions are called exothermic and endothermic. Exothermic means energy is radiated outward. Which usually generates heat or heating. Endothermic means energy is radiated inward which usually generates cold or cooling. …When I raise the voltage high enough, I can cause frost to form on each end of the spark gap.”

This made me want to examine his “free energy” circuit a little more closely.

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L = 800 turns bifilar coil around a ferrite core, about 30 ohms

C= 30μF, 4000VDC

In the above example both switches are closed and opened simultaneously. During the charge phase the circuit would charge the inductor generating a magnetic field inside the ferrite core.

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When the switches are released the cold electricity would theoretically be appear across the capacitor. In the video he showed up to 170v.

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How does a voltage appear across C when there is no closed current loop? The authror notes: “Here is an effect that happens with electrical potential when it encounters a resistance before the current saturates that resistance… We are taught in school to close all the circuit paths, but this stops the flow of free energy. “

We could be dealing with a completely different type of current generated by a completely different type of magenetic field. I have 2 theories about what may be going on:

  1. With the switch open abruptly we create a singularity because the change in current must remain continuous across the inductor. Before the magnetic field collapses it expands and voltage increases through the winding. The voltage potential charges the capacitor without drawing current from the battery.
  2. This is basically the ferroresonance effect and the ferrite core was saturated, the negative domains moved, the positive charges responded, a neg-entropic magnetic field was generated, the field was induced into the coil, and the coil charged the cpacitor.

When our society harnessed the negative charge (electricity) it made our way of life possible. We would still be riding horses and plowing soil had this not happened but we are still missing the other half of electromagnetics. Imagine what may be possible if we can harness the positive?

See  also

Cold Electricity: Correspodence from the EVGRAY yahoo group.

GENESIS: A description of a negative inductor capable of producing a cooling effect.

40 thoughts on “Cold Electricity

    • What I can tell you is that cold electricity is related to the positive charge. In an atom the positive charge of the electron and the negative charge of the proton have opposite charges but the nature of their charges are different. Most current day technology relies on the action of negative charges but our textbooks are missing the other half of the equation.

      Think about the implications of this because if the charges have different natures then their magnetic fields are also different. I think that the first thing people need to understand is that mass is an electromagnetic effect. Here is food for thought: if you drop 2 identical objects from a tower except that one is magnetized will they both fall at the same speed?

    • Tesla produced DC and AC current from several different cold electricity setups. The easiest and most practical to my knowledge is a hollow copper sphere in the general area of a spark gap that is magnetically quenched. Tesla said that it would induce the radiant field and had an output of several different types of electricity. The closer the sphere is to the spark gap, the more current it will induce. Be care full trying this! DC and AC are lethal, cold electricity is not.

      • Here is my most recent video showing what I have been trying to replicate and show to people…Next step is to put in higher voltages with a spark gap from a nst and also I am making a larger asymmetric motor…the one in the video is a 250 watt (just to clarify I am only putting in around 12 watts to the motor), I will be wiring a 1000 watt soon. I have begun to understand things in terms of geometry…I will try some of these experiments with the sphere….do you have any circuit diagrams for this conversion? I have only seen av plugs/bridge rectifiers for DC. Thanks for your reply….

        Warren

      • Here is a circuit diagram for the transformer/multiplier combination that I used to generate over 20,000V.

      • Alex,

        There are a number of fascinating books about Tesla out there but unfortunately many of them are more fantasy than fact. If a book makes an extraordinary claim about a discovery Tesla made then they need to back it up with sources.

        I am quite interested in the extraordinary insights that Tesla had but when you say that Tesla found “several different types of electricity” can you point me to where I can find more information about this?

        Also, regarding your comment that “cold electricity is not lethal” I will mention that I have reason to believe that it plays an important role in biological signaling and if it is made the “right stuff” you would not want to get shocked by it. I recall that Floyd Sweet was once shocked by his magnetic system and it was intensely painful and its effects lasted a week.

      • Warren,

        I have done some experimentation with HVDC and I was able to produce spark gaps of about 5cm using small and inexpensive components. My setup was like this

        1. Variable signal generator feeds into driver.
        2. Driver runs at 12V and send high current into high volt transformer that probably came out of an old television.
        3. Transformer steps up signal to about 2000V and feeds into a voltage multiplier.
        4. The multiplier was built from some high volt diodes I obtained from a Chinese vendor on ebay. I wrapped the diodes and caps in nylon tape to prevent arcing.
        5. The signal coming out of the multiplier had peaks of over 20,000V.

        To achieve this level of efficiency I needed to tune the input signal so that it was resonant with the transformer. I could produce enough voltage to raise an electrostatic lifter (and did).

        The system I built could produce very high voltages with very little power. (e.g. 15W) I would caution about high power systems because they are dangerous and unnecessary.

        The key here is find the underlying physics and it does not matter if you are working with 1W or 1000W. You don’t need a steam shovel to find a needle in a haystack.

      • Peter Lindemann and Eric Dollard are some of the best sources for this info. I have also studied all of Tesla’s work, including all work on him, fiction or not. It is the fundamental principles that I think are the most important to understand. I am currently attempting to construct a circuit to achieve the lowest possible discharge times in the spark gap. This is one of those principles that he stated in several news articles written by him, and yet it still has not been replicated. When radiant energy in its purest form, it will not hurt you. This is also fundamental. The copper ball idea specifically came from Lindemann, though.

      • I think I have done some experimentation with the radiant energy you are talking about. As I commented earlier in this page I was able to light a small neon lamp by holding one of the terminals in my fingers and the other close to but not touching a small antenna. The neon would normally take 90V to illuminate and I felt absolutely no electric shock.

        This was accomplished by putting a high inductance coil between a driver and an antenna. The driver was relatively low voltage. When the voltage goes in one end of the coil the current slowly starts to build a magnetic field to match the potential on the other end of the coil. On the other end the current runs into a problem because it finds and antenna and has nowhere to go and so the potential starts to build as the magnetic field in the coil collapses. This causes a relatively high static potential in the antenna. You can create a very powerful field if you tune it just right.

        Below is one of the designs I experimented with. You can see a transformer leading to the inductor and antenna.
        Antenna Schematic

  1. I understand cold electricity acts longitudinally and hot acts transverse. I am also under the impression cold is a negative mass electron while our text books study only positive mass electrons. Studying how the Avramenko plug works especially in diode electrolysis shown by Dr. Stiffler is very confusing. It is completely backwards. I was given the impression that Moray and Tesla may have found a way to capture negative mass electrons by resonance or regenerative receivers and then recombine them with positive mass electrons from the environment while using the current to turn a motor….there are many different radio tubes and radioactive alpha emitters that could have been used to ionize a substance such as germanium into beta decay resulting in a flow of electrons. (the moray valve) I have yet to test this. For now I am trying to truly grasp the idea of backwards electricity and understand the vacuum for what it is. Are you hinting towards being able to use cold electricity to turn motors with a different wiring configuration?

    • I did a lot of investigation into the Stiffler energy collection device. At first I thought it was an RF phenomenon but then I found that the LED would light up to a lesser extent even at audio frequencies as low as 100Hz. You can see some of my results in my Single-Wire Power Transmission article.

      What was even more interesting is that most diodes other then the 1N4148 did not work. The 1N4148 is often chosen for RF applications for its high speed but here was a phenomenon that was happening at low frequencies. In one experiment I tried many different types of diodes and the only other ones that worked were the old RF crystal diodes.

      If you are dealing with negative mass then it would need to have negative inertia and weight. Why not positrons? I am hinting at a new type of field connected with positively charged particles like protons the way electrons are connected with electromagnetic fields. The main difference between a proton and an electron is that the proton has much more mass. Physicists seem of proud of finding the higgs boson but I think they are ignoring an explanation that is much more obvious. There is a hidden science of understanding the nuclear field of the proton and when scientists discover this field it will also explain the origins of mass.

      If you are interested in using radioactive decay for electrical power generation check out the work of Paul Brown.

      • So, Dr. Stifflers SEC exciter is more so, something new entirely? I was trying to connect the dots with it being a cold electricity circuit having to do with negative mass electrons…(in other words they were part of the same nature having the ability to be reunited to do work) So negative mass electrons = positrons and protons also have a separate influence on the magnetic field….

        As for the diodes, I am using some antique Russian detector diodes off ebay and was getting around 75% increase in voltage. n4148’s were giving me around 100-115 vdc while the antique diodes were giving me peaks around 215-225 volts in some cases depending on input voltage of course. The caduceus coil also does some very interesting effects when excited…like raising the noise level on the SA (in other words resonating at a huge bandwidth on all frequencies across the spectrum) when tuned right and it also can present a higher voltage in comparison to any L3 by itself when excited by an L3 coil.

        As for thinking of “cold electricity” as a separate entity from the electron…this throws my current understanding out for a paradigm shift. Perhaps a different nature of a “transformer” is worth researching….

        I am starting to experiment with regenerative radio circuits and using old radio tubes as an oscillator instead of a transistor (tubes switch off by voltage, transistors by current) in hopes it will not be as wasteful as the current run transistor oscillating circuits.

  2. Hello,

    a pretty simple circuit. I built it with wires instead of sw1 and sw2 and yes it works and the capacitor is charging to a higher voltage then the battery. But when I replace sw2 by a diode the result is the same.
    Anyway, in my opinion the point is: how can we switch absolute simultanously? If it is no cold electricity, the Voltage over C depends on the switching time overlapping and the other parameters like R,L,C.
    It is necessary to build switches with switching times in the nanosecond area. A good question is the Voltage rating of the semiconductor switches, for example MOSFETs. Do we have a high Voltage (500 Volts and more) at the opening switches or not? If there is cold electricity, I guess a 500V Mosfet will stand it, otherwise it will blow. Could it be worth to try it?

    • Solid state switches have never bee the best at dealing with high-voltages. If you want fast switching for this then a spark gap can be very effective.

      If you want something more controlled then there is a Thyratron or the more modern that can handle up to 4K volts in some cases. You could also cascade a set of MOSFETS in series.

      • there is no doubt, mechanical switching would be better here. I thought about a spark gap too, but how can we replace sw2 by a spark gap? By the way: does anybody understand the sense of sw2?
        Understanding sw2 is the key to understand the working of this circuit I think.

      • It is hard to see what SW2 does. It looks like it would affect the scalar potential of the positive terminal of C at the start of stage 2 by keeping the voltage across C zero.

  3. Hi,

    after reading the article about the negative inductor using a bifilar coil, electified into negative, I see my mistake. The coil has to be bifilar, it seems to be essential. When I try the circuit with a bifilar coil, the effect is nothing. Ok I admit the switches are simple wires as in the video.
    I think this circuit is nonsense, please correct me if anybody has tried it successfully. I am willing to learn.

    The description of a negative inductor in the genesis project seems to be more promising. In this project the background of the bifilar coil is electrified into negative. This aspect is missing in the above example, we don t have a relative move of the same kind of charges in the sum of relative moves between all the charges in the inductor. As described, the relative move between equal charges is essential for the negative magnetic field. Without the negative magnetic field there would be no “cold” current – only if the theorie in the description of the genesis project is correct.

    Conclusion: If the genesis project describes a true phenomenom, then in the above circuit an essential aspect is missing.
    Otherwise the whole story about negative inductance and cold electicity is not as described in the genesis project. I wonder that there is no more information about this fascinating phenomenom in the internet. Is it a fake or is it true?

    Thank you for the informations and discussing the theme.

    • > The description of a negative inductor in the genesis project seems to be more promising.

      This circuit shares some characteristics with the genesis coil. You have a large inductor that gets charged before the switch is opened. The current will have nowhere to go and it will create a large negative voltage on the open end. I don’t think we should write it off just yet.

      > we don t have a relative move of the same kind of charges in the sum of relative moves between all the charges in the inductor.

      I don’t think it is the relative motion of charges that creates the negative magnetic field as much as it is the motion of positive charges. Regular circuits do not create the field because the positive ions (copper atoms) are not moving. Changing the scalar potential of the coil shifts the charge relative to outside observers.

      > I wonder that there is no more information about this fascinating phenomenom in the internet. Is it a fake or is it true?

      I have seen a great deal of information that leads me to believe this field does exist. I have also seen it called s-field (referring to a field with a spatial vs temporal bias). You could also consider it a time reversed field. The videos could be a fake but concept of separating the s-field from the t-field to produce a negative entropy type phenomenon is valid.

  4. Here is a video of mine that shows radiant energy clearly i think. I am running this circuit through excitation of one wire. much like how the capacitor gets charged in this circuit. It is a simple circuit and all parts can be bought at radio shack.

    • I have done a lot of investigation with this type of circuit. See some of my results at

      You should keep in mind that at high frequencies space becomes capacitive and energy can move by means of the electric field without transferring any charge. This is referred to in Maxwell’s equations as the

      You may notice that typical rectifier diodes don’t work. I have tried all types of diodes and I found nothing better than the 1N1418.

  5. Would this show how positrons recombine with electrons through a current loop? Ive found the neon will light up brighter when there is a lead or “antenna” attached to one side. The presence of positrons are shown with the purple spark. It also seems cold to the touch compared to when the neon is orange….Havent been able to find an explanation for this effect so far…I believe the capacitor gets saturated or stimulated by positrons resulting in the collection of free electrons from the environment to charge the capacitor to try and equal the electrostatic force the positrons provide. This would explain the additional charging of a capacitor wouldnt it? Tesla did work with radiant energy involving an electrophorus. When the antenna was charged with an electrophorus it was able to absorb radiant energy from the environment better. Not sure which charge was used but it was an electrostatic effect.

    • This could truely show how positrons combine with electrons. The positrons are the missing component for this theory taken from the genesis project in the link above:
      the relative move between different charges is causing a positive magnetic field, covering positive energy.
      The relative move between the same kind of charges is causing a negative magnetic field, covering negative energy.
      There is also a positive and a negative selfinductance. The negative selfinductance is exactly opposite to the positive (normal) selfinductance. Therefore there must be extra energy entering the circuit. I don t think that this negative energie is accelerating the electrons in the circuit. In my opinion it is more logical, that there are positrons entering from space and time and combine with the electrons. The relative move between the positrons and the positive charged ions of the wire would also cause a negative magnetic field. It would be possible that the relative move between the negative electrons cause a negative magnetic field. When the field changes then there are positrons entering from space, which flow in the opposite direction of the electrons and combine with the electrons.

      This would be pretty nice in theory, but why does my bifilar coil don t work? Ok, I have less windings, only about 500, but is it the reason for only the battery voltage in the cap? – it depends on the switching – do you switch absolutely simultanously?

      • > The positrons are the missing component for this theory taken from the genesis project in the link above.

        I agree. The positrons are a carrier of the s-field which is an important missing part of modern physics books.

        > I don t think that this negative energie is accelerating the electrons in the circuit. In my opinion it is more logical, that there are positrons entering from space and time and combine with the electrons.

        I think that something more interesting is going on and that electromagnetics can be reduced to hydrodynamic problems. Consider a vortex like a tornado and how it pulls in air from around it and powers itself from ambient currents. I think that the tornado shares a connection with the positive charges when they suck in flux in what appears to be a reversal of entropy.

        Current mathematical systems don’t deal with this well and my current area of research is applying multi-vector physics to problems like this.

        > When the field changes then there are positrons entering from space, which flow in the opposite direction of the electrons and combine with the electrons.

        You could view this as a re-combination of positrons and electrons but consider that any time you have a voltage potential you have a force that wants to make charges combine. In an LED you have electrons and holes (positrons) that combine to produce light. When electrons and positrons combine you would have a release of energy in the form of photons.

        > This would be pretty nice in theory, but why does my bifilar coil don t work?

        I don’t think the circuit above will work with a bifilar coil because there would be no way for you to build a scalar potential in the coil.

    • > The presence of positrons are shown with the purple spark.

      I noticed this too. It seems that at higher voltages you get the purple spark instead of the neon glow. The spark looks a lot like a spark jumping through air. There must be 2 different phenomenons that produce the different colored sparks.

      > I believe the capacitor gets saturated or stimulated by positrons resulting in the collection of free electrons from the environment to charge the capacitor to try and equal the electrostatic force the positrons provide.

      Again, this is the displacement current. When you charge a capacitor there is not any charge crossing between the plates. The energy is transferred because existing electrons are pushed to one side or another as the electric field builds. Energy is stored in the electric field.

      • Hi,

        This is written under the circuit drawing:
        L = 800 turns bifilar coil around a ferrite core, about 30 ohms

        I think a bifilar coil is essential, otherwise we have normal “positive” inductance. I am not sure, but reading the genesis project leads to this conclusion: a bifilar coil is nessesary for having charges of the same sign moving relative to each other. This leads to a negative magnetic field, carring negative energy.

      • You have a good point and the bifilar coil in the circuit reminds me of the Floyd Sweet schematic. I can post it if you do not already have it. I think that the Sweet device was able to induce rotation of magnetic domains in the barium ferrite. The barium is unique in that it has a un-paired proton comparable to the way that iron has an un-paired electron. He then used the resulting field to generate a positron current in the bifilar coils.

        Typically in a bifilar coil the magnetic fields cancel and you get zero inductance. The part that is unique about the Genesis device is that the coil is charged to +500V. One way of developing a math model for this is to apply existing theory to a rotating copper plate. You can then consider what happens when a voltage is applied to the plate.

        When you rotate the plate a number of things happen:
        1. the rotation drags free electrons which produces an electric current.
        2. The current produces a magnetic field.
        3. The Lorentz force pushes the electrons radially.

        The rotation of the positive charges in the copper atoms could possibly be the source of the negative magnetic field.

      • http://i36.servimg.com/u/f36/12/16/05/96/valida11.jpg

        This is one of the better schematics ive found. the coil configuration is left up the the experimenter to figure out. Ive gotten good results while pulsing a pancake coil with a rodin vortex coil wrapped around inside it as the secondary. A neon can be lit up with a mighty purple glow at frequencies from hertz to Mhz (the neon is in parallel with the secondary). The frequency that is best is a result of the resonance of the coil being pulsed. Radiant comes in whenever there is a magnetic field induced. To go off of your vortex idea, vortexes (ordered systems) come into existence to dissipate disorder much like putting a hand through water. Vortexes will appear to balance the system. Hence our electric field is induced by our hot side of pulsing…then radiant energy comes in much like a vortex to balance with the so called “aether” that is disturbed by our input. The magnetic field must collapse. Capturing this collapse can be done with proper secondaries. This relates to a bifilar coil because the collapse is captured well like a 1-1 transformer. Radiant energy is much higher frequency and voltage. We must have very fast OFF times in order to catch only the cold portion. The hot portion (our input) will cancel it out thus usually creating heat. In the form of AC current, radiant energy thus would be constantly canceled out with every phase of the voltage fluctuation. Pulsing a coil DC with a separate secondary seems like the best way to capture the energy, the geometry to do so can be improved with more study. Also on the website posted is information on how to make an ion valve. Much like the moray valve, uranium 235 (stable) can be used to dope the electrodes in the neon gas filled vacuum tube. It apparently undergoes a reaction with radiant energy and exchanges a positron (or whatever we would like to call it) for an electron resulting in usable current flow. I encourage you all to join in replicating and discussion of the topic. Heres the patents for a couple of interesting devices as well.

        http://www.earthionenergy.com/disclosures/US7800286.pdf

  6. tesla was the first as far as i know to discover the effect he called “electro-static in nature” he left us guidelines that must be followed if you want to produce the effect.
    1. the most important aspect was the” increase in pressure per unit of time”.
    ‘capacitor discharge”
    2. after the the energy jumped the spark gap you had to stop the current from oscillating across the gap and expending or wasteing its energy. he used magnets to stop the oscillations. magneticlly quenched spark gap.

    just as a side note he noticed differences in the effects depending on which pole the spark gap was closer to- positive or negative.
    I highly recommend the book by peter Lindemann THE SECRETS OF COLD ELECTRICITY-if you going down this cold electricity path. it is written in normal language anyone can understand unlike tomas beardens work that requires a Phd in electrodanymics just to understand…..Good luck guys!

    • While I agree that Tesla used a magnetic quench across his spark gaps to achieve higher frequencies there are bogus authors out there making up Tesla stories so they can sell books. I am not saying that Lindemann is one of them but I emphasize the need for material that can be validated.

      Also, Bearden got his PhD from a diploma mill and I don’t think you need one to undestand his stuff.

  7. Hey guys … Chad2 suggested barium would produce an anti-magnetic field so to speak and Warren you were wanting to build a different inductor how about a coil wound on a PVC pipe filled with barium instead of ferrite for the core. just a thought.

    • I should clarify this: There are 2 primary types of materials common in ceramic magnets: barium ferrite and stronium ferrite. The barium magnets were the type used by Floyd Sweet presumably because it has an un-paired nucleon to generate the dia-magnetic field similar to what happens in iron with un-paired electrons.

      Unfortunately the entire industry switch to using stronium instead of barium and so the barium ferrite magnets are very hard to obtain. Coincidence?

  8. http://m.youtube.com/index?&desktop_uri=%2F#/watch?v=gNXE0x5B-us

    This is the inductor I came up with (it’s a Rodin coil). I designed the primaries and secondaries to be same weight in copper just like nikola teslas co springs oscillators. Here I show it outputting Cold electricity. I am designing a new circuit that will be able to handle much higher voltages on the input. The goal is to excite the coil into resonance which will cause fluctuations in the “ether.” when a disturbance is caused like any other artificial magnetic disturbance we create, nature pushes back with a flush of static electricity. This is the same static generated as lightning. The coil once excited offers a path of least resistance (being a vortex) for electrons from the ground to recombine with positrons from the atmosphere. This is happening everywhere all the time. Getting something in resonance with it is key to tapping the “vacuum” and keeping it flowing by putting a tuned load on it. The load will have electrons essentially flowing in one direction, being cold in nature on their way to recombining

  9. http://m.youtube.com/index?&desktop_uri=%2F#/watch?v=gNXE0x5B-us

    Here is a true asymmetrical inductor (a rodin coil). Here I show it outputting cold electricity. I have the primaries and secondaries the same weight in copper just like teslas co springs oscillators. The goal is to excite the secondaries by pulsing the primaries. The secondaries then become a path of least resistance for positrons to recombine with electrons from the ground, or in other words lightning. This is what cold electricity is, tapping the atmospheric potential that exists all around us.

    • It appears what you have created is high voltage RF. The “lamp in water” trick works at high frequency A/C because the capacitive properties of the lamp dominate as opposed to the conductive properties.

      In one experiment I generated a powerful RF field and I was able illuminate a neon lamp just by holding one terminal with my fingers and leaving the others open to the air. this neon required 90V to reach that level of illumination and there was no shock whatsoever.

      Are you observing any temperature drops or green sparks? You may want to control for some variables to determine what effect the Rodin coil has. For example you could replace the rodin coil with a typical solenoid and see if you get a difference.

      • One more thing…. Floyd Sweet said that shocks from cold current are very painful and can leave an ache for over a week. The bifilar coils he used were wound so their magnetic fields cancel meaning that they could not be induced by a magnetic field.

        I am speculating that the positron field created a level of excitation in the bifilar coil similar to negative resistance so they were able to induce current without a magnetic field.

  10. I wouldn’t call it rf just yet. Doesn’t rf radiate through the air as well? The stray wireless signal is pretty much negligent. The ability to light up the light underwater tells me it’s a magnetic oscillation without the electric part. This also showed the energy transformed in the vortex also preferred a higher resistance.

    • Instead of “resistance” when dealing with AC or RF you should use the word “impedance” which is a combination of resistance, inductance, and capacitance. The RCL combination is a complex number that functions just like resistance except that there is a rotation in the complex plane.

      In the case of the lamp in water the power will flow through the path of lowest impedance.

  11. Damn humidity. Think. Hot outside high humidity. Cold out side we get hit with static discarge. Spasmatic discharge is not that hard to contain in a magnetic feild. Think small. Tv, phone simple things that brake up and distort what we want to hear then the crap we dont.

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