O3 automated air system

Each time I am around my O3 system in operation, I feel a feeling in the top of my head, kinda like a catalytic feeling if I were to describe it.. Which may have something to do with the readings of heavy metals I got back with my HTMA (Hair Test Mineral Analysis)…
The other day I had to turn down the machine from a 25% duty cycle I worked up to, right down to like a 1/60 duty cycle, as I was so tired as not to be able to function… my resources even mentally were really strained.. not dangerously or anything… I just had very little energy to function… So I see that to be very positive in as far as a healing process..
Build for the system is here.

Smart WiFi Switch Web interface (Duty Cycle Timer)

Each time I am around my O3 system in operation, I feel a feeling in the top of my head, kinda like a catalytic feeling if I were to describe it.. Which may have something to do with the readings of heavy metals I got back with my HTMA (Hair Test Mineral Analysis)…
The other day I had to turn down the machine from a 25% duty cycle I worked up to, right down to like a 1/60 duty cycle, as I was so tired as not to be able to function… my resources even mentally were really strained.. not dangerously or anything… I just had very little energy to function… So I see that to be very positive in as far as a healing process..

This is a D-Link smart Switch, connected to the cloud for finer grain timer settings. The D-Link app connects the switch to the IFTTT platform, which in turn connects to a web hook applet. Using a web server I can trigger requests to this applet. I have a web server running Ubuntu 16 with LAMP for a web interface. The web UI sets a json file with variables for the timer. The timer settings are then read by a python script which sends out commands to IFTTT at the correct intervals. The web UI also is secured with a password using a .htaccess file.

Source code is here

Drying out headlights

I had a whole bunch of moisture in one of my driving headlights due to a worn seal. I was able to easily fix most of this using cat litter crystals (silica gel). I made a tube out of some material, and stapled it into shape (folded over and stapled the bottom and side) and used a funnel to pour the cat litter crystals in. The tube is around an inch in diameter in order to fit through the headlight hole. I put the cover back on the back of the headlight while it dried out.

Setup Ubuntu to send mail via a remote SMTP server

We will configure a server running Ubuntu to send all mail out to a remote email address via an SMTP server. This is a redo of these instructions..

Again, I just copied an instructional as here. Cant be bothered copying it here, but I did all those steps, except I commented out this line:

#smtp_tls_CAfile = /etc/postfix/cacert.pem

Because eh.

I looked at this log and got some useful info: /var/log/mail.log

SMTPS wrappermode (TCP port 465) requires setting "smtp_tls_wrappermode = yes", and "smtp_tls_security_level = encrypt" (or stronger) 

So I added those lines to my config file.
Then in testing I noticed that yay it actually sent the mail, although it bounced due to the ‘from address’ not being configured properly, so we create this file:
sudo nano /etc/postfix/generic with these contents:

username@hostname name@domain 
@hostname name@domain  
#use 'postmap /etc/postfix/generic' to hash this file 
#then 'service postfix restart'  

Where hostname is the hostname for the machine, and name@domain is the sender address, which usually needs to be valid with the SMTP server – although Google actually allows improper addresses. You could create different instances for different users, i.e one for root perhaps
Then add this line to the config:
smtp_generic_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/generic

Note that the hostname field needs to correspond as with
hostname –fqdn
and can be edited here
sudo nano /etc/hosts

I set the following in the main.cf
mydestination = localhost
meaning that only mail for localhost will be held on the machine

Finally:
sudo postmap /etc/postfix/generic
sudo service postfix restart

Done

Looking into HHO

I have heard about HHO a few years ago, and the last couple days I have been looking into this tech again. It appears the game of whack a mole is continuing by the petro dollar powers that be – many HHO site links are down and only visible in web archives. That being said, there seem to be no shortage of enthusiast inventors making their own devices and websites

HHO Technology

Heating with Hydrogen HHO or Hcat. This man does just that.

I have found a full kit for your car made by an auto shop “LaBella’s Auto Repair”, that even includes an OBD II computer to modify the ECU timing automatically. Seems super simple and I am considering buying one.. until…

HHO Installation Frequently Asked Questions

The above video seems very knowledgeable.. perhaps delving into this would require a much deeper dive than a simple plug in automatic OBD ECO controller..
Found an Australian 21 cell device..
This also looks worth watching:

It Runs On Water Stanley Meyer (1995) MUST-SEE VIDEO