Did your water get that really thick surface tension water like in Moshe's videos?
Yes and no...
I actually got the same results, but on a lower scale...
I got the same thing that Moshe got, except that in his case the whole thing is more noticeable (by far more noticeable) and it's probably due to a better design and a higher voltage.
But, yeah, I got the same results, except that "less" (I'm having a struggle with English right now... if this was a vegetable maceration to produce ethanol, I'd say that I got a 10% of ethanol and Moshe got a 60% of ethanol... as a way to explain it).
My results can be described as:
- Higher water tension: YES... it became closer to an "oil".
-It eats everything: NO... I can even touch it and it simply feels like touching a water that got more dense and nothing else (i.e, it's not like touching bleach that hurts your skin... or an acid).
-It corrodes metals like an alkahest: NO... definitely it doesn't.
-When it is sealed an important part of the water "vanishes": YES
-When the water is vanished it gets replaced by a mysterious white substance: NO
-The source of the water is very important: NO (I used commercial distilled water, distilled rain water and water from a river... my results didn't show any difference).
-Something weird happens if it is kept for a LONG time in a luted sealed flask: YES... it melted the "stopping" of the flask with the flask and I couldn't separate them. Such effect did not happen with non-luted flasks.
I will try to change my "device" and switch to a higher voltage... maybe we can all return to a "team work" and seeing if we all arrive to something.