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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #16 on: April 26, 2009, 19:00:00 pm »
this is 100% the way to go . I've seen enough similiar info and rumours and shadows of clues ... I finally start to see why everyboy might have been fooled .

I feel we are on a good solid path , I dont believe any amateurs have consciously been on this path .

There is something more to the Meyers tech , Its obvious by now , if you read meyl this is exactly what he says in his book . The functionning is never as it is in reality , its all for show , they used similarities and presented this in this way .


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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #17 on: April 26, 2009, 19:54:54 pm »
It was something like this, maybe exactly like this:

even better
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so, only primary was used, instead of secondary alone.
the article I posted here applies to this
Even more info here http://www.rexresearch.com/mra/1mra.htm

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« Reply #18 on: April 26, 2009, 20:17:49 pm »
Do Not Get the wrong ideal about the perpetual magnet holder. The unit Traps electromagnetic energy In its core when an iron is placed ontop. When power is removed the, "Core" remains magnetized. You would think that because the core remained magnetized that there would be current flowing threw the coils. This is not true based on the knowledge i have got.

Based on my learnings, it is the E core thats amazing, it can loop magnetics. My first thought was to put a amp meter between the coils after you removed power, i later learned the amp meter would have read 0 which is why i never constructed this unit. I was under the impresion that each coil was exchaning a resonant current, i was wrong.

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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #19 on: April 26, 2009, 20:17:59 pm »
Yeah I was amazed when I saw it long time ago.
If I remember correctly, the simplest circuit consists only of a microwave transformer and an adp printer adapter,
only the secondary is used on which the adp is connected. A diode across the adp was necessary to prevent blowing up the adapter.
The sparking wires are 1 from the adp and 1 from the transformer.

Resonance, when the spark is most intense, is achieved by adjusting the characteristics of the circuit instead of a pwm:
by playing around with the connector to find the hotspot.

draw me a drawing of how his primary was connected , draw me as most as you can .

What does he mean when he say "connect negative and positive together" ... and it creates neutrinos ? ...

Oh... and , how the hell are those diodes working ??

So theoretically a unipolar direction could be possible ?

I need a drawing for the cause of OU , you saw the videos ...


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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #20 on: April 26, 2009, 21:14:41 pm »
Do Not Get the wrong ideal about the perpetual magnet holder. The unit Traps electromagnetic energy In its core when an iron is placed ontop. When power is removed the, "Core" remains magnetized. You would think that because the core remained magnetized that there would be current flowing threw the coils. This is not true based on the knowledge i have got.

Based on my learnings, it is the E core thats amazing, it can loop magnetics. My first thought was to put a amp meter between the coils after you removed power, i later learned the amp meter would have read 0 which is why i never constructed this unit. I was under the impresion that each coil was exchaning a resonant current, i was wrong.
http://keelynet.com/energy/emery.htm
Ampere meter shows 6 amps continuously.

I think it works like a normal 1:1 transformer:
The load on the secondary being the primary.
As per lenz law, when secondary is loaded, primary needs to deliver more power to secondary as magnetic energy.
At the same time, secondary feeds the primary the required power as current, so the electrical current remains circulating. Like a feed forward loop.

@dankie
ok wait I make a schematic drawing of the first vid.

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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #21 on: April 26, 2009, 21:52:02 pm »
something like this
555 pulser is schematically drawn.

too bad he doesnt show input power usage, perhaps the same story applies:
voltage pulses separating neutrinos into positrons and electrons in the cap.

Btw, it looks exactly like meyer's vic, without the bridge rectifier and 1 core instead of 2 separate.
Maybe it is important only that the 2 chokes share a single core.

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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #22 on: April 26, 2009, 23:56:31 pm »
nonono , what was that thing with the primary ... What did he say again ... Specified someting about that primary .

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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #23 on: April 27, 2009, 00:00:31 am »
Here are the video's.

The person here is telling us that he uses only volts and charges a capacitor for MINUTES.
If you would calculate the time times the milli amps he is using, then you still use amps.....
At least, that are my 2 cents.

We would need , lets say, more then 120 of those circuits to get a 2hz amp blasts, when we are able to switch the wfc between the charging capacitors.....

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