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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #144 on: March 24, 2009, 04:12:41 am »
oh man......so i just want to say that there may be something much larger going on here then we at first realized.......just as stephen meyer stated that even after stan died he was still trying to figure out why their water fuel cell worked the way it did........as tom bearden has stated 6 minutes in of part 1 of tom talks tesla......i would like to go on record saying that something else is happening at "high voltage" low current.......it might be more than high voltage......something we don't quite understand......and when you create a "standing wave" of this potential difference between these tubes....A HUGE AMOUNT OF ENERGY is created........this may be why everyone who has tried high voltage low amperage has failed......becuase stan's process is a typical overunity circuit which induces a unique field......

It makes me question my results as to the reasoning i have not gotten huge amounts of voltage from my setup......it seems the design of this "vic" coil is where everything lays dormant......there is something unique.....there is a reason for everything that stan created in that coil and why he changed from a variable inductor to a non variable inductor.........so holy shit.....i think the reasons are for everyone's failures is that we have all took his concept and tried to create things that run in that concept.........it is now down to a "don't ask questions just follow what he wrote word for word and learn how it works later".........

i despise this feeling.

I have to especially agree with this .

Obviously it could lead you to the way you tought it worked , based on what you saw , since you interpreted this by what you already knew ... IE , high-voltage... capacitor breakdown ...

In reality ,the components are quite similar *physically* to your original interpretation of what it was . But the way it works goes totally opposite to what you originally perceived , so you are ignoring certian things and not narrowing down the possibilities correctly .

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #145 on: March 24, 2009, 04:46:56 am »
well bifilar and the resistance to current via magnetic field and the isolation of the vic from the primary source are A MUST.......as bearden stated when i first watched the video it said 6 minutes......now when i rewatch to find what he said is at 9:39 to 7:28 (from the end)......splitting the normal current dq/dt into 2 components displacement current dphi/dt and mass slippage of electrons down the wire.....uses a barrier (semi conductor) to stop the mass flow (work flow rate of energy being lost) invented by bill fogal......then goes on to talk about a primary and secondary and sotring energy in the magnetic field....maybe the ss wire acts as bill fogal's semiconductor..

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« Reply #146 on: March 24, 2009, 05:07:07 am »
well bifilar and the resistance to current via magnetic field and the isolation of the vic from the primary source are A MUST.......as bearden stated when i first watched the video it said 6 minutes......now when i rewatch to find what he said is at 9:39 to 7:28 (from the end)......splitting the normal current dq/dt into 2 components displacement current dphi/dt and mass slippage of electrons down the wire.....uses a barrier (semi conductor) to stop the mass flow (work flow rate of energy being lost) invented by bill fogal......then goes on to talk about a primary and secondary and sotring energy in the magnetic field....maybe the ss wire acts as bill fogal's semiconductor..

http://www.scribd.com/doc/6907803/Step-charging-a-water-capacitor

After the bold title , MASSLESS DISPLACEMENT CURRENT , things get interresting ,  very very interresting .

Seems to me like we must *deliberatly* introduce massless displacement current to get *displacement current*

Remember that once a capacitor discharges is is acting as its own source again , the is no bifilar cancelling effect if the capacitor is its own source .

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #147 on: March 24, 2009, 05:40:22 am »
very interesting.......i am awaiting johnbosticks results.......everything is slowly coming full circle......but i need to understand this more......it's an entirely different form of thinking.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #148 on: March 24, 2009, 13:49:07 pm »
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MASSLESS DISPLACEMENT CURRENT , things get interresting ,  very very interresting

its not displacement of current.. but displacement of electrons.. the intial draw when stan turns it on is the intial current of displacement of electrons to the negative side.  once the difference is made the cureent drops to the milliamp to maintain displacement.

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splitting the normal current dq/dt into 2 components displacement current dphi/dt and mass slippage of electrons down the wire.....uses a barrier (semi conductor) to stop the mass flow (work flow rate of energy being lost) invented by bill fogal

boy oh boy am i happy that stephen meyer has done some radio shows... he elxplains how the silicon content in stainless and its resistive qulaity make it act like a big transistor???? silicon is used in diodes as a semi conductor?  when stephen was decribing it he was saying the process for making stainless is cold rolled..,he mentions a triangular formation of some sorts in the material.

how are you going to have current if both sides peak equaly and drop equaly on same inductice core. your not.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #149 on: March 24, 2009, 15:44:31 pm »
So what is happening to the current phase on both sides , plz tell me .

We know the voltage phase is equal in magnitude and in time , both cancel eachother .

But what about the current phase ?

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #150 on: March 26, 2009, 20:09:12 pm »
hell yeah.....i finally recieved a good signal generator.........Protek Sweep Function Generator G305.....and it has gating.....the guy thought it was broken and had no way of testing it...but i asked him a few questions......and took the chance......wow everything is perfect......this machine is a beaut......so now i have 2 signal generators......all i need now is a signal power amplifier to replace my pwm as my driving source.....then i can connect my signal generator directly to a power amplifier and connect this to the vic coil.....then once a resonant frequency is found i can reuse my pwm in palce of it since i rather not carrying around a signal generator in my trunk.


sooooo hyped.



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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #151 on: March 26, 2009, 20:12:49 pm »
hell yeah.....i finally recieved a good signal generator.........Protek Sweep Function Generator G305.....and it has gating.....the guy thought it was broken and had no way of testing it...but i asked him a few questions......and took the chance......wow everything is perfect......this machine is a beaut......so now i have 2 signal generators......all i need now is a signal power amplifier to replace my pwm as my driving source.....then i can connect my signal generator directly to a power amplifier and connect this to the vic coil.....then once a resonant frequency is found i can reuse my pwm in palce of it since i rather not carrying around a signal generator in my trunk.


sooooo hyped.




Why dont you just connect it to a good transistor and a good old battery

I like my Jolt circuit more than my crappy quakko .

Thx Jolt , thee only complaint I have is that there some partial pulses but I guess thats not an issue with the scope .