Quadruple Your Internet Speed for Free


hi everyone in this video I’m going to show you how you can quadruple your internet speed for free you may have seen some of my previous videos describing how to increase your internet speed but this one is by far the best method and it’s very easy and only takes a couple of minutes we’re going to use some simple physics principles to modify our existing ethernet cables which will optimize the cable and maximize the throughput of our internet connection we’re also going to take advantage of the way ISPs deliver internet signals to maximize our speed you see when the internet company sends the signal to your house to connect to the internet they are required obviously to give you the speed that you pay for however they know that over the long distance between their internet hub and you there will be lots of signal degradation so for example if they want to provide someone with a 100 megabit connection they actually have to initiate the connection with a much higher signal strength or else by the time it got to you it would be much slower so in using a stronger internet connection signal by the time it arrives at your computer you’ll have the 100 megabits you paid for and when the isp sends out the signal they typically use about four times the desired final speed because on average the signal degrades by about 75% sometimes the signal may even degrade more which is oftentimes the reason your internet speed may drop below what you’re supposed to get on occasion here’s the thing that by far most of the signal degradation occurs after it already entered your house the internet lines that the cable companies use for internet are very high quality and degrade very little the signal over long distances but the ethernet cables you have in your house are actually relatively poor quality they work well enough and most people don’t even notice it but they are actually very inefficient in reality and these cables are the cause of most of the signal degradation of the electrical signal and it occurs mostly between your computer and your router not between the ISP and you so if we can optimize the wires going into our computer we can access the fully under graded signal originally sent by the ISP and because that signal degradation is not there they were compensating for we can access all of the signal in most cases this will mean that you will get about four times the internet speed that you’re typically paying for and receiving and if you’re wondering about Wi-Fi yes that will also severely degrade the signal strength unfortunately I haven’t found a way to optimize the Wi-Fi signal yet so we’re going to stick the ethernet cables for now now to get started you’re only going to need a few things their household items you shouldn’t have any problem finding these first is an ethernet cable that goes to your computer this is a very short one but it’s just as an example next bear with me but you’ll need a flashlight the brighter the better but of course within reason and finally some aluminum foil also known as 10 foil either will work doesn’t matter if it’s nonstick now this is how it’s going to work you see typically ethernet cables like other wires use copper wiring inside copper is a very conductive element which makes a good for transferring electricity now from chemistry we know that copper is what is known as a transition metal and has one electron in its outermost orbital this means that that one electron is not tightly bound to the atom at all and it’s actually prone to escaping the electron cloud and moving around so in this copper wire in the ethernet cable there are many extra electrons just moving around between atoms this in turn causes a lot of interference because the electrons from the internet signal have to compete with these random atoms moving around however if we can somehow managed to stabilize these electrons in some way it would mean that the signal that we care about could pass through much easier with no interference what we can do is use what is called the photoelectric effect first discovered by Einstein he discovered that when you shine light on to any material it will emit electrons so if we were able to emit electrons from the wire surrounding materials these emitted electrons would then fill the outer electron shell of the copper atoms because the outer shell would then be full and stable the electrons wouldn’t move around anymore therefore when the internet signal is transferred through the wire it would no longer get all that interference this is where the flashlight comes in we can use it to cause the photoelectric effect and stabilize all the atoms in the wire greatly increasing the wires efficiency so now that we know what needs to be done let’s go over to the table and I’ll show you exactly to do this ok so here we have all our materials we have the aluminum foil we have the flashlight and an ethernet cable i’m using a very short one just for demonstration to save us some time yours will probably be longer the first thing we need to do is wrap the cable with aluminum foil and you want to make sure that basically all of this is covered and this is just temporary we’re gonna take this off after work done and you don’t need a lot so not gonna waste your whole roll of aluminum foil basically this one layer about this much should be fine and this is just so when we go to admit the electrons nothing escapes and it all goes inside the wire as opposed to going out it’ll just make things go a lot faster so after you have your cable mostly covered looks something like this we’re ready to go on to the next step so you’ll want to grab your flashlight as i mentioned the brighter the better but there is diminishing returns so don’t go out and use a huge spotlight or anything like that and we just need to turn on the flashlight and point it directly in to the wire and you might have to secure this with some tape or something that’s optional minds cooperating so what’s happening here is even though the ethernet cable uses copper wiring they typically have small fiber optic filaments running down the length of it in the shielding so that light will be transmitted through the shielding and the fiber-optic cables and then the electrons will be admitted into the copper wiring so you just want to let this sit for about two minutes and of course you do want to stay with it in case the flashlight gets too hot or something like that we don’t want anything melting so just use common sense and keep an eye on it and it doesn’t matter which side of the cable you use the fiber-optic filaments will transfer the light throughout the whole cable so it doesn’t matter so after about two minutes you can turn off the flashlight take it away and unwrap the cable just take all the aluminum foil off we do not need it anymore so now this cable is finished and you’ll notice it does not look any different on the outside of course but when i go to do the test and show you it is very obvious this cable is pretty special and maybe if you want to market somehow for future reference to know that this is optimized you can put maybe a piece of color tape around into something like that so you remember and that’s all there is to it ok so at this point your cable should be fully upgraded but of course we want to know how well it works so why don’t I go to the computer and i’ll do a before-and-after comparison ok so i’m at the computer and i’m going to do a test on speedtest.net and first we’re going to do a test without the cable that we made it’s the regular ethernet cable from before so we’re going to do that one first and then we’re gonna do it with the cable afterwards so I’m just going to run it right here with the automatically selected server and we can see what it is first and it usually gives me a boost in the beginning it’s like a special feature they offer but I pay for about a hundred megabits a second so usually settles around there and a little bit lower so it looks like it’s gonna be about a hundred so we’re actually having a pretty good day today it’s actually getting the full speed and for upload it’s not as good kind of not up to a hundred gonna drop in the eighties but still pretty good so I’m paying 400 i’m basically getting a hundred so that’s not too bad hopefully it’ll finish up soon and then we can finish up and do the next test with the special cable so here we have the results we have nine 98.8 megabits per second and 97.1 6 megabytes per second for the download and upload and ping doesn’t get affected by this so we’re gonna go on and do the next test I’m going to go replace a real quick and come back and we can do the next test with the special cable and it should be about four times more so that’ll be exciting alright so I just swapped out the cable and now it should be significantly faster so we can do test again right from where we left off same server and everything that should be significantly faster alright so we still get a boost in the beginning and it looks like it’s even more than four times so we more than quadruple that that’s pretty amazing i mean this is an awesome internet speed I don’t even think they offer this kind of speed in any package you can even buy so this is pretty awesome and hopefully the upload speed will be just as good yep it’s getting a boost and it’s dropping out to about the same so it about quadrupled even more so more so than quadrupled the internet speed again the download is a bit faster than the upload but this is an awesome result we have more than quadrupled the internet speed so obviously this cable worked and this is a great result so hopefully you guys will get a very similar result so there you have it our internet speed was successfully quadrupled using this method and are upgraded special cable now it’s important to remember that you might not get the exact same increase that we did you could for example get a slightly slower or faster results depending on how much your isp amplifies the original signal if for example your internet company sends out a signal that is five times stronger you’ll get five times the internet speed also the great thing about this is that the Internet companies can’t really do anything about it they can’t just weaken the signal because nobody else has the optimized cables so this will work for you basically forever so hopefully this did work for you and I’m eager to hear from you guys about how well it worked for you did you possibly get an even faster internet connection from this be sure to let us know down in the comments section how well it worked also if you did like this video be sure to give it a thumbs up so I know you enjoyed it and be sure to subscribe because I make new videos every week if you want you can also follow me on twitter very active over there if you want to keep watching I’ve got some other videos right here you can click on even if you’re on a phone it’s a new annotation so hopefully you enjoy those as well i’m looking forward to hearing from you guys thank you so much for watching I’ll see you next time have a good one

100 thoughts on “Quadruple Your Internet Speed for Free

  1. Dude start making videos like this or make a new channel for tech humor please. it's painful to scroll that much in the past

  2. This has got to be the biggest prank I've ever seen.😄😄😄😄😄😄😄. Don't waste your time. It doesn't work.

  3. I changed from a cat5 to a cat6 cable from my modem to my Desktop and my download speed went from 175 to 290 on the download speed…smoking!!!

  4. I hear that if we wrap ourselves in aluminum foil and go outside while it's raining it enhances the brainwave speeds up to 10 times faster plus if one does it at night while its raining standing under the new LED street lights will improve the signal even more! Going out during a thunderstorm could add a whole new dimension to your experience. Snow however will diminish the speed and prolonged exposure with cause permanent brainwave lose! I saw this on the internet, so I know it's true!

  5. If I do this process to a 20 ft. cable is it necessary to have the cable laying perfectly straight ? And, does it matter if it is a Cat 5 / 6 / 7 ?

  6. Mine work and didnt work at the same time. The download speed is the exact same, But the download speed went from 5mbps to 8mbps. Does it work well with a medium wire?

  7. this is a joke and your a Yid From ASHKENAZI land with Incest Genetic Defects or a New York Resident , Right …Too Bad for the ALZHEIMERS Disease you GET ,BERNIE !!!

  8. Please use caution! I tried to get a better look at the loose electrons, but when I cut the shielding, I got some electrons in my eyes. I had to go to the emergency room. Curse you Thio Joe!!!

  9. I didn't have a flashlight, or aluminium foil, so I used some wee I did when I watched this and a hammer,. Got pretty much the same effect, good job Joe 🙂

  10. I have read most of the comments, everybody is making fun of JOE. I suspect none actually try the test before they ridicule JOE. To be honest, I didn't believe JOE either. However, I decide to try it before I post just so I know what I am talking about.
    I live in a very old, and poor section of Phoenix, Arizona. Because of very old wiring, only Century Link DSL is available (modern wiring for internet is not available in our development); The Maximum speed I can get is up to 2.5MBPS (using existing old phone line wiring). Normal speed I am getting was 1.8 – 1.9mbps. I perform speed test 8 times, I confirmed the speed to be 1.8 -1.9mbps, Then I perform JOE s thing, shine an ultrabright flashlight into the cable, Retest, I get 2.4-almost 2.5mbps. UNBELIVEABLE…but it is what it is.

  11. If its here on the internets – it must be true. I used a whole bunch of foil, and actually got communication from Russia on my interwebs. This allowed for me to get rid of some capacitaters and really streamlined my set up – so much so that I got to watch 3 movies in 3 minutes!!! Awesome!

  12. You dirty rat! I first saw this video streaming youtube on TV–so, I didn't see the comments stating that it was a joke! So, HUNDREDS of yards of aluminum foil later… Ha-ha very funny

  13. As soon as I saw the white coat I knew this guy must be a serious scientist. I'm just disappointed he didn't mention quantum anything.

  14. No, they're not required to deliver what they sell you. They tell you it won't be what it's supposed to be – and they're NOT using "high quality" cable. They were delivering mine over 60-70 yr old telephone cable. Just recently replaced after multiple failures and lowering of my speed to "accommodate" the drops in service. We're talking about one of the biggest providers. I can tell you I was furious about them dropping the speed. I think it was resolved when they finally replaced cable here and downtown. Maintenance is not their strong suit. Btw, if you have fiber-optic phone service, it will NOT work when the power goes out. If you want the phone to stay on during power outages, use the old fashioned land line that's required to have their own power source to stay up during power outages.

  15. This guy is getting rich off this stuff lol man if you wrap your sandals in tin foil you will keep the heat from burning your feet hell I also heard if you wrap aluminum foil around your neck you won't get sunburned . This is good stuff right here .

  16. I fucking believed you at first and now I wanna cry bc I thought I really found a sneaky way to increase my internet speed

  17. I tried this on my system and the screen started flashing and rapidly displaying image after image. After about 3 minutes A message appeared. Congratulations! You have reached, "THE END OF THE INTERNET!" So long, thanks for all the Porn!
    Then my screen went blank and hasn't worked since. Oh well back to old Green Acres reruns on late-night cable, I guess.

  18. It worked for me! in fact i figured out that when i use a brighter light and thinner aluminum foil my speed got even faster!…. This is so funny! lol its call bandwidth/speed limiter! this is why he can limit to 100mbps then disable it to show full… he also has optic fiber internet.

  19. I keep telling my mum to change ISP. She thought 100K/s was cool until it got so low that her laptop chrome browser was unable to show the GUI and switched to its old and no longer updated text interface. She continues to pay EE monthly for the 8Mb connection even though she only get between 12 b/s and 500 b/s.

  20. How dare you insult my Ethernet cable. I can assure you it is of the finest quality!

    You'd better put Bill Nye's lab coat back before he comes out of your mom's bedroom.

    Tin and aluminum are not the same.

  21. Left the flashlight on for 10mins thinking I will put a turbo on this thing and i guess I got to many electrons in there and they sucked in some protons with them and well when I went to use it I plugged it in and the the damn cable turned to fools gold.

  22. Lol those free electrons is what trsnsfers the electriciry from atom to atom. Lol he cuts video every time he can help laughing.

  23. ThioJoe, you have a bunch of moles on your face that I don't remember seeing before. That could be a bad sign… as in skin cancer. I hope you will see a doctor about that ASAP.

  24. All Righty then. If that's the case, then Blue Light should work better, for blue light is more energetic, right?
    How about a little hack?
    Get a short LAN cable and coupler, a blue LED, (With an appropriate resister), and a low powered "Wall-Wart" transformer that has a DC out put. . . (The appropriate resister size is to match the voltage of the transformer to the requirement of the LED. )

    Punch a LED sized hole in the coupler,, and super-glue the LED in the hole, solder the leads to the Wall-Wart's appropriate conductors, (+ & -), and plug the wall-wart in.

    Plug in the new short WAN cable into one end of the coupler and the other end into your computer or router. Unplug the existing LAN cable, and plug it into the remaining opening on the end of the coupler. Just make sure the light can and does reach the cable ends inside of the coupler, and it wouldn't hurt if you get the 6+ version of LAN cable ether.
    POOF! You're a Computer Engineer! =-)

  25. All Righty then. If that's the case, then Blue Light should work better, for blue light is more energetic, right?
    How about a little hack?
    Get a short LAN cable and coupler, a blue LED, (With an appropriate resister), and a low powered "Wall-Wart" transformer that has a DC out put. . . (The appropriate resister size is to match the voltage of the transformer to the requirement of the LED. )

    Punch a LED sized hole in the coupler,, and super-glue the LED in the hole, solder the leads to the Wall-Wart's appropriate conductors, (+ & -), and plug the wall-wart in.

    Plug in the new short WAN cable into one end of the coupler and the other end into your computer or router. Unplug the existing LAN cable, and plug it into the remaining opening on the end of the coupler. Just make sure the light can and does reach the cable ends inside of the coupler, and it wouldn't hurt if you get the 6+ version of LAN cable ether.
    POOF! You're a Computer Engineer! =-)

  26. All Righty then. If that's the case, then Blue Light should work better, for blue light is more energetic, right?
    How about a little hack?
    Get a short LAN cable and coupler, a blue LED, (With an appropriate resister), and a low powered "Wall-Wart" transformer that has a DC out put. . . (The appropriate resister size is to match the voltage of the transformer to the requirement of the LED. )

    Punch a LED sized hole in the coupler,, and super-glue the LED in the hole, solder the leads to the Wall-Wart's appropriate conductors, (+ & -), and plug the wall-wart in.

    Plug in the new short WAN cable into one end of the coupler and the other end into your computer or router. Unplug the existing LAN cable, and plug it into the remaining opening on the end of the coupler. Just make sure the light can and does reach the cable ends inside of the coupler, and it wouldn't hurt if you get the 6+ version of LAN cable ether.
    POOF! You're a Computer Engineer! =-)

  27. Lol you got it all wrong.Your supposed to shine the light in your eyes for 30 seconds then look and see what the speed test shows

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