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Flux Capacitor Experiments
« on: August 16, 2013, 09:29:14 am »
I've been doing some work with something jokingly refered to by some as a Flux Capacitor.  Intuitively, they know that the designation is correct, from the perspective of a car battery, although I haven't seen any discussions on the underlying theory as to why the term applies.

I learned from experiments that a non ionic storage medium can also be used, such as a physical capacitor.  The key is to use a type of circuit which produces the flux.  Here are some pictures of the effect, with a specially designed capacitor:

http://img148.imageshack.us/img148/415/woodneutralizinggrids.jpg
http://img689.imageshack.us/img689/7607/lowenergy.jpg¬

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Re: Flux Capacitor Experiments
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2013, 20:03:55 pm »
I've been doing some work with something jokingly refered to by some as a Flux Capacitor.  Intuitively, they know that the designation is correct, from the perspective of a car battery, although I haven't seen any discussions on the underlying theory as to why the term applies.

I learned from experiments that a non ionic storage medium can also be used, such as a physical capacitor.  The key is to use a type of circuit which produces the flux.  Here are some pictures of the effect, with a specially designed capacitor:

http://img148.imageshack.us/img148/415/woodneutralizinggrids.jpg
http://img689.imageshack.us/img689/7607/lowenergy.jpg¬

Can you please explain a little bit why we need this?

Thanks!

Steve