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« on: October 23, 2009, 05:50:08 am »
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« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2009, 07:41:59 am »
Very Very Nice setup, Thank you for sharing!

Hope to hear your gas productions too, We need for more people to post their gas output with these tube cells so we will have "More" for comparason.

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« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2009, 15:12:28 pm »
Welcome Bubz!

Nice setup you have.
Any data you wanna share?

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« Reply #3 on: November 07, 2009, 07:23:57 am »
Thanks guys! I'm kinda new to all this, but I felt like trying it out and seeing what would happen. I haven't done any major test runs yet because I still have to seal the base from leaks. The short tests I have done so far looked very good and I hope to have it completely ready for some longer test runs this weekend.

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16 inch  304  1/2 inch and 3/4 inch OD  .065 gap
Delco 10si Alternator with various stator coil configurations
1/2hp motor with 6 inch pulley
0-120V Variable transformer rectified

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« Reply #4 on: November 07, 2009, 07:50:36 am »
Thank you Dynodon and DonaldWFC for posting the recent pictures of the alternator and PCB. These pictures are priceless to me! I have wondered for many years what the inside of his alternator looked like. Now I know! I have to gather up some wire and make a mock prototype. Here is a pic from JL Naudin for a partial comparison to show how the wire will be wound around the stator. This is not exact as I will do, but close. The base principals are the same.


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« Reply #5 on: November 07, 2009, 18:44:44 pm »
Is that floating?
How does that relate to the RVIC?

I can't wait to see what you come up with for the rewound stator!
You have a very nice and clean set up :)

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« Reply #6 on: November 08, 2009, 03:06:55 am »
Good news! I have found a ford alternator! Actually a Motorcraft.

Thanks Donaldwfc, and no, that coil is not floating. Just stiff wire. Although, there have been reports of anti-gravity by similar style coils. I will list a few articles for reference. I know it's a long shot of an idea but I haven't ruled it out yet in my research.

One thing that stood out to me when reading Stan Meyer's drawings of his "Bifilar Resonant Chokes" or "Amp Inhibiting Coils", was how they are always, in all drawings, with the path of the current in each wire opposite of each other. On some drawings, the coils are even wound anti-clockwise to each other. I also found that a caduceus, moebius, Tensor, smith, series-bifilar, etc. all had this in common. They cancel out part of their magnetic field. But that's not all.

http://uncletaz.com/library/scimath/cadcoil.html

"First. this apparatus has zero impedance - unlike an ordinary coil.
when fed electrical energy the wire in the Tensor coil does not get
hot.

Secondly. it has infinite resonance - unlike an ordinary coil which
will resonate chiefly at its natural fundamental frequency and
weakly on the 2nd or 3rd harmonic, the Tensor coil is capable of
resonating strongly on any number of frequencies randomly spaced in
the spectrum. The signal pumped into such a coil strangely enough
cannot be quantified (detected) by standard RF (radio frequency)
detection apparatus. Many "Ham" radio operators and electronic
technicians who have used these coils, are completely baffled by
them. One radio amateur found that with two such coils, one used as
a transmitter and the other as a receiver, the second would not pick
up the signal from the first unless they were precisely aligned for the signal to be transmitted the alignment had to be as critical
as that of a laser beam."

http://www.unexplainable.net/artman/publish/article_1746.shtml

"To verify the dissipation of 60 cycle and harmonic EMF was linked

to coil operation and not a property of the 22,000 RPM motor, the

coil was disconnected and the motor ran for a equal amount of time.

No effect on the ELF meter was observed. This appeared to confirm

the fact that this dissipation effect was a property of the Caduceus

coil. This raised many puzzling questions. Could 60 hertz

(appliance) radiated EMF be canceled by the use of a properly tuned

Caduceus Coil?"

http://www.loohan.com/mobius.htm

"Scalar waves are produced when two electromagnetic waves of the same frequency are exactly out of phase (opposite to each other) and the amplitudes subtract and cancel or destroy each other. The result is not exactly an annihilation of magnetic fields but a transformation of energy back into a scalar wave. This scalar field has reverted back to a vacuum state of potentiality.

Scalar waves can be created by wrapping electrical wires around a figure eight in the shape of a möbius coil. When an electric current flows through the wires in opposite directions, the opposing electromagnetic fields from the two wires cancel each other and create a scalar wave."

And so on.
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« Reply #7 on: November 08, 2009, 04:34:01 am »
That alternator looks just like it! and it's not an aircraft alternator!

Would you be kind enough to share the model number/year and such so it might be easier to locate one.

As for the bifchokes, one is creating a negative voltage and the other is a positive voltage, and they are wrapped with additive magnetic fields. not cancelling, though much is still to be understood.