pilsglas experiment V:
measuring method of a geometric water memory
For the Pils glass experiment V you need three Pils glasses, 3 Kölsch glasses, 3 paper clips, 1 glass box, 1 turntable, marking material, clock for time documentation (mobile phone) and a magnet. The Pils glasses are half filled with water. A Kölsch glass is placed in each of them . Now carefully pour water into the three Kölsch glasses until they are centered in the Pilsner glasses. At the edge of the Kölsch glasses, bent paper clips are attached so that the magnet can be used without contact.
Experiments with the magnet: The prepared glasses set up in an equilateral triangle are positioned under a hermetically sealed glass case. If you move the magnet on the surface of the glass case, the evidence of the attractive forces between the Kölsch glasses becomes visible.
Is the decisive factor here a repulsion- attraction force field (RAF) of the water at the interfaces of the Kölsch glass and the Pils glass?
Experiments with the turntable: The Pils glasses on the turntable are hermetically sealed under the glass case and are turned 90 ° to the left with the turntable . Inside the Pils glasses the 3 Kölsch glasses - with some time delay- also turn 90 ° to the left. At the end of the rotation, the Kölsch glasses start to oscillate.