Originally Posted by Spokane1
Apparently an Earth Ground or the negative pole of a wet-cell battery
needs to be present to supply some important ingredient to this novel
process.It appears to be a required component of the isolated secondary
side of the converter.
Mark McKay, PE
When I see this quote of Mark McKay, along with this outtake from a YouTube video of himself talking about the use of a battery with which to sink electrons into
instead of using ground (using a Tesla idea applied to the EV Gray
motor design), I think of the insulated iron hull of a submarine
immersed in the electrolyte of the ocean. The iron is one plate of that
battery conforming to the one horsepower output per 200 pounds of iron
in a Tesla Special Tri-Metal Generator
No danger here of blowing up batteries, eh?