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Re: Generation of electricity by usage of moving magnetic fields
« Reply #16 on: January 30, 2010, 16:39:51 pm »
Yes and thats why i mentioned sodium sodium tends to oxidize in presence of oxygen (the principle of the electron extraction circuit) This reaction produce electricity. If you use this electricity to drive a laser to ionize the sodium you will release the oxygen without its electrons... does it cost you any?

I'm going to watch steorn.com presentation live right now they will how the over unity principle and explain it right now in few minutes.

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« Reply #17 on: January 30, 2010, 18:34:43 pm »
i had one of the coolest 8th grade science teachers.. he taught me much about atoms.. he was the second teacher in line for the challenger mission that exploded at lift off.. lucky for him he wore glasses or he might of been the one in the shuttle... anyways he had pure sodium and we had the chance to see how it reacts.. sodium is highly unstable in ambient air due to moisture in the air.. he kept it in a glass jar filled with kerosene to keep it away from water.. it looks kinda brown and is like a block of cheese...  he would put small pieces in a pan of water and it would sizzle.. it was breaking down water and making hydrogen..  after a few seconds it would make a loud pop from igniting..  u could hold it between your fingers and feel it get warm as it sucks moister from skin...

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Re: Generation of electricity by usage of moving magnetic fields
« Reply #18 on: January 30, 2010, 20:16:00 pm »
It reacts with the air too.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium_oxide

This patent http://www.faqs.org/patents/app/20090010837 talks about use laser to reduce sodium after it released h2 from water.

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« Reply #19 on: January 31, 2010, 18:29:17 pm »
I'm going to watch steorn.com presentation live right now they will how the over unity principle and explain it right now in few minutes.
I missed the show and i'm waiting for the videos to be uploaded tomorrow. Did anything impressive happen? It was probably not the best idea to simply short the coil which acts as a heater instead of applying a lightbulb or something like that. Would have been more impressive.

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Re: Generation of electricity by usage of moving magnetic fields
« Reply #20 on: January 31, 2010, 19:33:30 pm »
Yes haitar i think it would be more impressive if they could light a bulb too. They showed a kind of aways rising signal on the oscope to demonstrate ou. It seemed to me like stanley meyer aways rising graphs. They talk about collapsing the fields ...

If this graph was Current circulating in the shorted coils and voltage. They could have cheated on power factor. I'm not sure but is what it seems. If they used a light bulb they would have a power factor close to one and thus wouldn't work. They had a kind of resonance between mechanical and electrical circuit.

They stated that when you have the magnet closest point to the toroidal coil it has very low inductance (because the magnetic fields saturates the permeability of the core. And that when the magnet is moved far away the inductance increases 99.99% so basically is like if they would not count the back electromotive force when inputing energy on the coil and have a gain from this energy inputed on the coil of 99.99% 

I'm not sure if this holds true because you will need to do work to move the magnet away from the coil so i'm not able to do calculations on this yet to prove them are right or wrong.

However they stated also that efficiencies can become greater than 327% with bigger unities. 

I think is very possible but i'm not sure.

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Re: Generation of electricity by usage of moving magnetic fields
« Reply #21 on: January 31, 2010, 19:40:50 pm »
Ok, Stan Meyer says:

Hydrogen fracturing process
He talks about ionized mix gasses, but on the second hfp picture he is more specific. Just ionized OXYGEN and energized hydrogen.!!!!

The electrons of the hydrogen atom are much closer to the nucleus then the electrons of the Oxygen atom.
I think we can translated that to the power he used for this process.
High enough to kick electrons of the Oxygen atom and not off the hydrogen atom?






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Re: Generation of electricity by usage of moving magnetic fields
« Reply #22 on: January 31, 2010, 19:45:24 pm »
seb,

stan explains that its really hard to ionize hydrogen.. but it is not hard to ionized oxygen this is most likey due to density i believe..  stan says when you ionize oxygen the hydrogen is present but the voltage stimulation doest effec the hydrogen. electron . he says that once oxy is in high positive state it will steal hydrogens electron leaving it a proton which is highly unstable...

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Re: Generation of electricity by usage of moving magnetic fields
« Reply #23 on: February 01, 2010, 00:13:35 am »
All:
Water is an conductor, is it?
So, if a pulsing current is passing a conductor, there must be a magnetic field.
Right?

Does anyone have measured that?


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