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The Dollar and the Dime

Reprinted from Miami Daily News, Miami, Florida.
Researchers: Read about magnetic current, what it is, how it is made, what makes it, and the way it runs in the wire. Then you will know what the north and south pole individual magnets can do, and then you will know what electricity is. Send a dollar by return mail and you will get an eight thousand word booklet, postpaid, and in addition you will get a folder describing what is mineral, vegetable and animal life, and a drawing of a perpetual motion holder. The reading is not intended for the general public. Only those who want to experiment should order the booklet. The other people should save their money. Send no check Address to:
Box Holder, Route 1, Box 196,
Homestead, Florida.

Send a Dollar? Why a dollar? He says ‘Dollar Bill’ in his second printing of his advertisement… but in this one, a dollar.

And outside Rock gate.

ADM 10c

The Dollar… The Dime…
History… Easy math…

“Prior to 1965 and passage of the Coinage Act of 1965, the composition of the dime, quarter, half-dollar and dollar coins was 90% silver and 10% copper.”

Why was Ed asking people for Dollars and Dimes?
He was collecting Silver…

I will mention the first step of Ed’s enigma machine game…
Ag being the periodic table abbreviation for Silver since… forever.

And Silver is… we remind ourselves.

“It has the highest electrical conductivity of all metals, even higher than copper, but its greater cost has prevented it from being widely used in place of copper for electrical purposes. An exception to this is in radio-frequency engineering, particularly at VHF and higher frequencies, where silver plating to improve electrical conductivity of parts, including wires, is widely employed. During World War II in the US, 13,540 tons were used in the electromagnets used for enriching uranium, mainly because of the wartime shortage of copper.[2][3][4]”
I copied that… and also silver is a poor reflector of ultraviolet, so does that mean it absorbs it well?

“The medical uses of silver include its incorporation into wound dressings, and its use as an antibiotic coating in medical devices. Wound dressings containing silver sulfadiazine or silver nanomaterials may be used to treat external infections. Silver is also used in some medical applications, such as urinary catheters and endotracheal breathing tubes, where there is tentative evidence that it is effective in reducing catheter-related urinary tract infections and ventilator-associated pneumonia respectively.[25] The silver ion (Ag+) is bioactive and in sufficient concentration readily kills bacteria in vitro. Silver and silver nanoparticles are used as an antimicrobial in a variety of industrial, healthcare and domestic applications.[26]”

Ed had TB… Had TB, then didn’t.

Electrolysis? Batteries? Radio? yup...

Thirty pieces silver? Or click your silver shoes together 3 times, and in 3 steps you’ll be back in Kansas.
Just mentioning it.


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