Wednesday, November 8, 2023

Natural Water Fountain Principle

Can a fountain rise above its source?

A cylindrical jar about 18 inches in height and 2 inches in diameter called a hydrometer jar, a long slender drawn glass tube with a diameter of 1/16 of an inch.

The capillarity attraction will draw the liquid above the surface. It is possible to force the water through and out of this tube.
Capillarity attractions will not expel a liquid from a tube if its mouth is above the surface of the supply.

Deep the tip of the capillary tube inside the larger tube that was filled with water.

The water rose inside the inside tube about 1 inch above the surface of the water.

Capilarity can do no more.

But if the exit of the tube is lower than the surface of the liquid we can create water circulation.

In the large glass, we have 6 inches of water. At the end of the small tube, we place a thin muslin (cloth) tied and drop that end into the large cylinder. The muslin prevents the tube from being filled with sand.

Then pour sand into the cylinder until it reaches the surface of the water.

Then dissolve salt into a portion of the water with sand making it a thick mush and pour into the cilynder filling up close to the top.

The sand settling left a layer of salty water or brine above it.

The upper end of the glass tube was curved and water began to flow through the tube droppimg quite rapidly into the cylinder.

The lower end of the curve of the glass tube was fully half an inch above the surface of the liquid in the cylinder.

The is a steady flow of water, water rising above its surface and flowing into the reservoir from which it was. Eing continually derived.
It will continue until the solution of salt flows from the tube.

The waters beneath the earth are under pressure induced by such natural causes as is presented in this experiment the difference is that the supply of both fresh and saltwater is inexhaustible and by natural combination similar to this experiment the streams within the earth may rise continuously eternally from a reservoir higher than the head.

In addition, there are pressure of gases and solutions of many salts other than chlorine of soda, that tend to favour the phenomena on


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