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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #48 on: April 30, 2010, 23:43:52 pm »
Ok here's the results from the latest tests, follow along carefully to the explanation, I tested a lot of things and I'm not putting up a video of any of this right now.

The set up is:
12 volt, max 2 amp computer power supply, measuring about 10 volts out
warps pulsing circuit
warps step up transformer
warps chokes
the cell, with short connection wires for you jolt
I have the light suspended in the air from wires in parallel to the cell.
distilled water (did not change it yet)

This will produce gas.
This will not light the light. Not even if i touch it with my fingers, or lay it on the table.

Add Isolated Ground: a direct connection to another wall outlet ground plug to the node of the secondary and negative choke.

This will produce gas.
This will only light the light if I touch it with my fingers, or if I lay it on the table.

Voltage measurements:
I put the meter near the floor, away from any interference, these readings are as reliable as they are, no interference at all.

Black Ground probe is connected to the isolated ground connection (for all these measurements)
Red probe to ground on computer power supply: 180 volts
Red probe to "12 volts" on computer power supply: 190 volts ( = 10 volts from power supply)
Oddly there is 180 volts between each ground...

Red probe to positive tube: 800-900 volts
Red probe to negative tube: 800-900 volts

Also: directly across cell or light: max out meter... turn off circuit: voltage drops to ~2 volts and will light LED if LED is positioned in the correct orientation
The cell holds  capacitive charge

Remove warps chokes and try each of mine: produces gas, no light at all
Measure across cell: ~13 volts with speaker wire chokes
Measure across cell: ~15 volts with other chokes

 



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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #49 on: May 01, 2010, 01:29:15 am »
Having the "Isolated ground" connected to a different ground outlet is having the same effects with the light when i attach it to the computer power supply ground, so the interesting thing is that the secondary/choke should be grounded.

Also, i can have the secondary grounded to the power supply ground, and the second choke grounded to the other wall outlet, that works too.

I opened up the cap on the cell and stuck a wire into the water, then attached the light to the end of that wire, and it lights up when i touch it, able to measure high voltage across the light and to the water from ground...

so the water is... charged? it's distilled so it's an insulator, and the voltage travels through the water... wave guide? electric field traveling through the water bath... maybe why Delrin is used to contain it to the water gap

i turned on my computer speakers, and they make the same sound as the frequency from the circuit when close by, picking up the interference from the em-waves

What is going on with your chokes warp!?... and your step up transformer... they are doing interesting things...!

Some day i'm going to take this outside and shove a metal rod into the ground and test that as a real earth ground, see what that does for me.

Still have yet to change back to tap water, then i can do all these tests again.

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #50 on: May 01, 2010, 02:58:06 am »
The Primary side of the circuit and the secondary side of the circuit shouldn't share grounds, "I Think" I am not sure, Please Google and Research what Isolated Ground means, As an Isolated ground is what stan says to use.

U shouldn't be testing with distilled just yet. Don't forget to place a little Calculator near the circuit just for fun..

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #51 on: May 01, 2010, 03:40:24 am »
I'll take the distilled out tomorrow.

I just tried testing 4 different diodes, they all worked, and they all gave MUCH more gas production, i'd say 3-5x as much gas production, the first one was a microwave diode, but it got really hot, then i tested 3 others that i took out of various electronic items, i was impressed with the bubbles, it looks cool.

I don't know anything about your diode, i haven't seen others like it before, haven't looked up the tech sheets on these diodes yet either, but it's another part of the system to evaluate and understand.

One thing i'd like to do is see if i can measure or listen or determine any frequency doubling on the choke side...


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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #52 on: May 01, 2010, 04:02:01 am »
Light in parallel, isolated ground


it's only lit because it's laying on the table, if i lift it into the air i have to touch it to make it light

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #53 on: May 01, 2010, 07:44:31 am »
You see, you're already making progress. What you stated.

1. Voltage potential doesn't appear until an certain area on the light is touched.

2. You are learning that the fuel cell is possibly missing something. For Example, when you alter the lamp you cause a potential to form on both electrodes of the lamp, The lamp lights.

Perhaps the potential wants to appear across the water and is unstable, Perhaps the water may be missing something. If you touch the water is it then possible for the voltage to appear across both terminals just as it did across the lamp.

Did stan not draw a confusing 0 Ground in his schematics that is commonly overlooked, Just as the Isolated ground has been overlooked.

In many of stans drawings there is no Choke Isolated ground.
In many of stans drawings there is no Water isolated ground.

When you stack the drawings, Both the water isolated ground, and choke isolated ground appears where they need to be. There is more to this than meets the eye.

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #54 on: May 01, 2010, 12:08:22 pm »
Hi Don,

So then we can confirm that the choke core Warp sent you is indeed special and allowing HV across the cell?
Did you tried the flyback core?, it should be well suited for those frequencies! try same amount of turns and use same wire gauge as Warps choke and see if it works.

If that only one core does the magic, then we will all find a hard time in replicating this!
Damn I really want to replicate this! 

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Re: Re: Testing of Warps chokes
« Reply #55 on: May 01, 2010, 16:01:18 pm »
Good point warp! I will try another test with grounded water too, and play with that for a while.

mask, yes i'll try some things like that, but also, warps step up transformer seems to be doing interesting things too, so it's not just his chokes... more to learn... we'll figure this out.

I think it would be helpful if you guys made some suggestions and shared thoughts more often, maybe that would bring about a new way of looking at things and then try new experiments to find things out.