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Re: Multipactor effect and "Resonant Cavity"
« Reply #16 on: September 26, 2009, 05:40:41 am »
@Bluesky
I know you said you aren't focusing your comment at anyone in particular....but, as it's my thread I feel I must address your comment ;)

I agree we need stepping stones...but, I am concerned with the ultimate goal of what we are trying to achieve, otherwise, we are building in the dark!
We must understand (or at least grasp the concept of) the physical concepts we are aiming for.
I definitely have a goal...yet my steps are incremental, and methodical. See, I have many resources and have built many things. They are however, small proofs of concepts and investigative tools...I haven't put all my collected materials together in some ultimate machine because I cannot afford such a pricey failure.

"Slow and steady wins the race"



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Re: Multipactor effect and "Resonant Cavity"
« Reply #17 on: September 26, 2009, 16:57:04 pm »
For sure! And I really didnt aim my comment at anyone in fact i wasnt even paying attention to who started this thread!

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Re: Multipactor effect and "Resonant Cavity"
« Reply #18 on: February 20, 2010, 05:48:03 am »
Update , this guy was pretty smart . I am 99% sure this is related to the waveguide matching talked about in the Stephen patent .

On skype he really impressed me with his chemistry knowledge and I have a gift @  knowing whos smart , this guy was smart , the guy read alot of books .

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As understood in resonant cavities of an electron nature...

What is a resonant cavity of an electron nature ? What is the nature of a resonant cavity usually ?

Tutanka you know this guy right ? In fact I found your theory ( vague as it may be ) to be quite similar to what Radiant thinks .

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multipactor_effect

I find this rather amazing ,

Quote: "An undistorted output of 25 watts was obtained from an input of 25 watts" ...

http://journal.borderlands.com/1988/the-farnsworth-multipactor-tube/
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Re: Multipactor effect and "Resonant Cavity"
« Reply #19 on: March 21, 2013, 13:04:05 pm »
it's nobody's theory
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Re: Multipactor effect and "Resonant Cavity"
« Reply #20 on: March 21, 2013, 18:05:20 pm »
It has been some time...I needed a break, both mentally and physically. Before I post anything else at all, please, please, please heed my warning. If you are seriously experimenting with high energy physics TAKE ALL NECESARRY PRECAUTIONS. I gave myself radiation sickness, lost hair (just starting to grow back), had several medical issues, and radiation isn't the only issue, be wary of heavy metals anytime you create an open air spark. I learned the hard way :(