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Re: THE V.I.C.
« Reply #72 on: December 09, 2012, 16:24:22 pm »
I can vouch for this method.   It works or me.  Although I still like connecting the terminal physically to ensure it is authentic signal.

TS

Correct, I test using this method too.

If you connect the scope probes your disturb the resonance by introducing capacitance of the scope probes to the transformer!

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So we answered your question  :)

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THE V.I.C. WORKS
« Reply #73 on: December 18, 2012, 02:57:14 am »
The vic works...

It is indeed a voltage multiplier and frequency doubler circuit.

It is very unique as i didn't came across something related to it in literature yet.

The idea is to apply short pulses of high intensity voltage at high repetition rate to induce resonance in the molecules...

The pulsing core receives only unipolar magnetic fields from the coils during pulsing operations.

At the primary a second pulse appear of greater voltage than source so an isolating diode from dc source to prevent bi-directional flow thru switching components...

I won't share more than this because theres not more than this to share. Its all in the techbrief...

if i succeed making gas with it maybe i can tell you something more...

thought, now is all about reaching the voltage level required

the polarities i indicated are correct but theres missing links in the vic...  components that stan took off from it but described fair clearly in the techbrief...




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« Reply #74 on: December 18, 2012, 10:16:52 am »
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« Reply #75 on: December 18, 2012, 11:50:50 am »
Great work,Sebosfato.

hopefully, you share your knowledge to us.

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« Reply #76 on: December 18, 2012, 13:44:15 pm »
You welcome, hope i can help more before the end of the world.  ;D

Actually is not precession, i meant energy level transitions such that rearrange electrons within the molecule.
 
I encourage you to keep trying, and learning, the diagrams stan provided is correct but incomplete and present polarities wrong. In the first thread here i describe how they should be wired correctly. AGAIN, its incomplete. For a circuit to work it must be closed always. There are different ways to do so...


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« Reply #77 on: December 18, 2012, 13:49:07 pm »
 
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For a circuit to work it must be closed always.
I think you are wrong it's not possible to get excess energy from closed systems..lorentz law applies there..

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« Reply #78 on: December 18, 2012, 13:52:39 pm »
The excess energy comes from water not from the circuit itself, its only designed to apply high voltage ever increasing intensity to the voltage zones while restricting the amps.

The point is how to release this energy ok.

Lorentz is our friend if wasn't for him we would not be able to apply those high intensity high repetition field to the water.

what you mean contrary to einstein... NMR is of really low energy so i think is not directly related... Anyway for that a coil around the cell pulsed could induce some dance... 

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« Reply #79 on: December 18, 2012, 14:00:02 pm »
Can you explain how to get excess energy from water? 

-I was referring to the photoelectric effect .

Lorentz law has it's drawbacks..