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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #16 on: February 23, 2011, 19:37:41 pm »
Yes i have the impression that bipolar is better.


Yesterday was my first lecture.


I learned that any field has energy!!! and that there is vacuum and empty witch are two different things, the vacuum is full of quarks and anti quarks and the empty is empty, but has a certain mass and energy even being empty.


I learned that a field has a weight cause energy weights. A charged capacitor is heavier than an uncharged one just because of the field.


Inside protons you have 3 quarks each quark has a mass of 1 and empty has a mass of 7 and the rest 90% of the weight of the proton is pure energy kinetic or potential.


If boson particle really exist all this is than is bull shit.   


Any way,


Meyer sai Mass destabilized atom this mean charged!!!


I keep thinking here and man i think the vic will be for real very soon.

Hmmm, thank  you sir. You surely didnt sleep on your first day...
I never ever weight an empty capacitor and after charging weight again.
The difference must be in the micro grams?

About destabilizing atoms and what Stan teached us all, is about two things, as far as i understand the man.
One: a stable H2 molecule is one in the Para state.
        an unstable H2 molecule is one in the ortho state. Accoording to many publications, the ortho has a higher energy state.
        That would confirms what your professor said.

Two: ionizing ambient air, meaning take away electrons from the oxygen atom so it becomes unstable. Not sure if that ripped oxygen atom has more energy?

Fabio, are you sure that that is the case with a ripped molecule / atom? Is the ripped one going into a higher state because he wants to compensate for the missing electrons?
Would be great to learn that part!

Steve

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #17 on: February 24, 2011, 17:47:01 pm »
MaN I'M REALLY exited, just came back 6:37am morning, many things happening...


My answer when i asked my teacher was, same as meyer  said. _Energy can become mass and mass can become energy... he said i truly tell you whenever you have a field you do have mass you do have field energy, every field weights! Energy have A mass!!! Even if is very small change (and anyone calculate that) you do have a change in weight.


This tell me a lot of things.-


He also said and intended;


When you have 2 oxygen atoms and 1 carbon atom, you have a certain energy but when you have CO2 molecule you have not only less energy but than thus also less mass!!!


 I'll be discussing that with them next week, to give us an answer. HE will be my teacher = )
 
they are 150 physicists in this institute all them professors and researchers in many fields in this physics institute...


I was very bored today cause i wanted to be at home experimenting, however in few minutes i knew the people of the student movement, (those who had worked out to finish the dictators in Brazil)


I'm now in the most important university, they really care about the people and i'm happy about that.


I now want to take this movement and add to this project and add this project to the movement to change the things like my friends in Egypt are doing. To have a better information in the university and a better world to live.


I think that having 40.000 people stoping the most important avenue in brazil for one week can really make a big difference.


Thanks Jim and ste...




MAn the Vic i've being analyzing all day. And i tell you if the resonance is not in the tx5 coil and it don't restrict the amps cause of resonance and the electrical isolated ground is not the outside of the container i would eat my shitt-.


WHen the tx5 coil is in resonance it will not only restrict the amps but will also double the frequency... cause when you are restricting amps you are charging the "container" but when the pulse ends the resonance make the current change the way and this wiill induce on the other coils another pulse- (doubling the frequency)


I think that here square waves should go to the input of the vic cause i didn't found yet a good reason for unipolar pulses. and i also found that would be easy to get the resonance signal cause as tx5 will be in resonance with the container, the pulse indicator could be at the same core ( facilitating things than) or could be a current transformer....


tomorrow i will still have no time but this goes to you that has a vic


do what i'm saying (makes a lot of sense), i bet you will succeed. I will too!!


just understand what i'm talking about isolated ground. The rest in evident... and you already might have a working vic!!!




big hug to all






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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #18 on: February 24, 2011, 19:18:29 pm »
The fields interacts with gravity, thats why it weights. This is very complicated concept... hope i will know more about this in the future...


For now i can say.


Stan talked aways about the vic! so the vic must be very important part of technology.


all of us here might have a vic at home, so all i'm saying is, add a sheet of copper or aluminum around your water bath (plastic housing) than connect just where stan say is the isolated ground in the vic, also being the tx4 choke fields aiding with the secondary and tx5 field subtracting...


Now adjust the frequency to close to resonance and


You will see:


full wave rectification like effect (frequency doubling)


You will see one of the electrodes in the water becoming positive and negative in relation to the ground,


And the other electrode will reach a very high voltage,


between the electrodes there will be high voltage with the pulse style meyer showed




(who read knows, in one of stans patents he say that the resonant frequency depends on the volume of water in the bath)


why?


cause the bath is the capacitor!!!!








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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #19 on: February 24, 2011, 23:01:25 pm »
Sebos,


Its logic that a molecule has less energy then seperated atoms.
Water is the left-over so to speak, of the burning of hydrogen and oxydizer oxygen.
The difference between them is the energy we use to run engines.
But would an atom with less electrons then normal, because it has been ionized, have more energy then a stable atom?

About Meyer, he stated that water was a part of the capacitor.....Water between the plates fo sure.
You think he used that watertank as capacitor? He grounded the tank? For the rest, ill go with the pics of the highly insulated tubes in delrin........Meaning that there is water between tubes and water between tubes and watertank.....

Hmmmmmm, he did mounted the tubes IN the watertank................
So his metal watertank casing MIGHT be the capacitor where Fabio is speaking of....
Ok, Fabio...you tiggle my mind with this. Need to think this over for a while......
Thank you! I like good food for the brain. :)

Steve




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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #20 on: February 25, 2011, 00:14:38 am »
You are starting to understand...


Yes water between two electrodes forms a capacitor, but water is a conductive thing so it will be an electrode too. I didn't meat the tank, i mean the water bath... The plexiglass will be the dielectric.  One of the electrodes is the water, the other is outside of the plexiglass. This outside will be the electrical insulated ground.


You must understand that water become the electrode. This is where meyer fooled every one-


I'm finishing here the vic... and i'm going to add a circuit to my pll to be able to gate the pulses for control, cause i think could be really dangerous.


I will use a microwave diode. on the vic...




 

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #21 on: February 25, 2011, 02:03:22 am »
this what is what i mean,


Now my cell is nicer i used some lace to fix the thing and added a copper strip to get the connection.


I was thinking here and maybe i'm going to use the copper foil instead of this aluminum cause this way will conduct better.


This capacitor will have up to 5 amps recirculating ...


The greater the amps the greater the field. The thinner the plastic, the greater will be the field.


Man i'm really exited, before the weekend end my cell will be fully operating. i could finish this work tonight but have to go now and tomorrow will not have much time to work on it. I guess that sunday i will be ready.- when is working i will show you a video of it.


If it work, man!!! I will make a party that will never be forgotten.




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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #22 on: February 25, 2011, 11:21:38 am »
Sebosfato,
This I didn't see but it was shown in my own picture posted a long time ago.
You can see a cable hanging out of the side of the main cavity for the cavity's connections to VICs (wire bundle?) and in the fig.170 the GND symbol for one cavity it's the inner rod. Their must be at least 22 wires coming out of the main cavity, you think? ::)
When we look at the main cavity, we see no outside electrode. Only + and gnd?

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #23 on: February 25, 2011, 13:42:48 pm »
Hi webmug,


well i guess there should be 23 wires being one the ground.




In the Fig. 170 the ground is connected to the inlet of the water, well i tried that not too much also but i think that he placed there to mislead everyone. Notice how this ground form a capacitance in relation to the positive and negative voltage zones!!!


I know in his cavity we see no ground, i believe that he hid it. Inside all that Delrin. The ground actually can be so hid that it can only be the way he used to fix the resonant cavity on the dune buggy. You need a capacitance and it will have whatever the way you make it.


I just understood something that happened to me in italy when i was doing some tests. .


I had a prototype witch you can see in my youtube channel, that was composed of steel tubes inside a plexyglass tube, and water was only inside the steel tube. There was also a bolt in the middle that was my center electrode.


I was performing some tests, and something really weird was happening. I had a full wave bridge rectifier connected to the 220v in the wall, and when i connected for example the positive to one of the electrodes on water, just one wire, nothing happens. Than i disconnected this one wire and connected the negative, again only one wire. The result is that every time i change the polarity, the electricity of my house goes completely down. I mean that i need to go to the panel and restart all the breakers.


That was really really weird, but now i understand exactly what was happening. And it is exactly related to what i'm saying here. Water as a dielectric liquid in is in a isolated bath will take on an electric charge. So when i was changing the wire (changing the polarity), even if not connecting the two wires at the same time to close the circuit, the accumulated charge in the water kind of discharge all in one in my house line collapsing it. 


Interesting hun


So water have a capacitance for its own. And will take on an electric charge if in an isolated place.


I think that this makes clear what i'm saying.


Tell me what you think.