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Re: Free energy from ambient
« Reply #8 on: January 20, 2018, 02:57:39 am »
One way to get a longitudinal field (e.g., medium) along a wire is Moray's single connection coil of a few turns around the promulgation conductor, with a one Farad capacitor.  I'll find a link to his therapudic patent or someone can take the time to post it.

This looks like part of. the Brazilian patent (Borbas?).  Their ambient source is a grid work of 200 ground rods spaced at six feet.

The potential is still based on that of the capacitor.

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Re: Heat transfer
« Reply #9 on: January 21, 2018, 03:30:12 am »
The advantage Moray had with his multi kiloVolt capacitor is it could discharge the stored energy with a much shorter time constant than a heavy bank of low potential Farads holding the same energy.  You can get around this a little by using wide strip strap conductors, since they have low impedance.  Also, a 2,000 Farad cap could pump a pulse transformer for a higher tension wrap coil.

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Re: Heat transfer
« Reply #10 on: January 27, 2018, 20:17:07 pm »
If would compare the electromagnetic to the refrigeration case I would consider

 the electron as the refrigerant gas

the compressor would be a voltage source

The capilar would be a resistor and is actually where the power is going

because it restrict the flow allowing the pressure difference to grow between the two sides

The condenser and the evaporator has to be the load and energy capture devices respectively

In the electron case the pressure diference won’t create a heat diferencial

Now in the case of magnetic or electric field the greater is the field the greater will be the force of attraction

So what electromagnetic energy is there in the ambient to be captured ?

Or is it possible to amplify the energy somehow?

And if so, how?








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Re: Heat transfer
« Reply #11 on: January 27, 2018, 23:59:30 pm »
In the environment heat is carried by thermal electrons.  Remove electrons by making negative ions and you get cooling.  A charge pump moving electrons will produce a thermal gradient.

An electric field has positive and negative, magnetic is north and south, as is diamagnetic current.  Attract or repel as needed.

Ambient heat can source electrical charge with shape resonance conductors. (IR antenna solar cell.). Especially in the presence of diamagnetic energy.


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Re: Heat transfer
« Reply #12 on: January 28, 2018, 09:03:52 am »
Thats good info, Tek.
I never looked into that subject.
As far as i understood electromagnetisme , thats related to photons.
I once wonderd how a transformer worked and that came out of it. The electrons and photons are related and work together in the transfer mechanisme, of power.

At least, thats what i read. :)

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Re: Heat transfer
« Reply #13 on: January 28, 2018, 15:03:07 pm »
This remember Barbat patent and also Barbosa good point my friends!

I’m trying to understand what would be the behavior of a dc current when passing inside a perpendicular magnetic field like a wire passing inside a coil

Let’s say you get 100 amps on the wire and you get a coil over it with high frequency high power say anothe 100 amps high voltage going like a resonant tank... how would it interfere in the dc or low frequency signal ?

I found that is possible to kind of extract only the power of the generated by the high frequency If à tuned  load is arranged

The low frequency must be a subharmonic with a certain timing to help the oscillation p

I would imagine that the signal output may be at quadrature and maybe twice the frequency of the resonance

We should try some materials to see how we can create this interference
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Re: Heat transfer
« Reply #14 on: January 28, 2018, 15:46:40 pm »
Barbosa’s patent tells you get amps from ground or something... Barbats patent explain about low mass electrons on superconductors an how is possible to amplify power by using the inductive photons to drive the low mass electrons to greater speeds amplifying the inductive energy

I just had a very active night thinking

I wonder if the refrigerant gases can takes a charge on I found rubber tubbing for Freon gas it

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Re: Heat transfer
« Reply #15 on: January 29, 2018, 01:44:17 am »
There's been some pretty good thinking here.  Barbosa's patent is the one I was thinking about, pumping charge from all of the ground rods.  I never bought into Barbat's low mass electrons - less mass in the electrons will produce less inductive momentum.  And that perpendicular coil around a current carrying conductor would be quite similar to a Traveling Wave Tube amplifier.

I did an experiment with hv and magnetism.  Two spark plugs (electrodes) stuck to a well insulated hard drive magnet.  With the flux perpendicular to the ignition coil spark, there were yellow streaks in the spark.  With the flux inline, I saw tiny yellow spheres flowing along the center of the spark.  Potential spirals around the flux, and breaks into corpuscles according to the interrupter rate.  The yellow spheres also represent packets of charge.

My shape resonance circuit uses two potentials in the spark, to provide diamagnetic energy.  This type of energy causes charges to self assemble on a tapered electrode.  The negative charges can't flow from the point  to the wide end, and the positive can't go to the point.  The eventual yellow discharge is external to the small alligator clip, from its side down to the wire it's clipped on.  The static spark occurs a few seconds after the second phase is momentarily connected, then disconnected.  If I coordinate it just right, the yellow spark snaps just as I'm adding the small amount of seed energy for the next charge up.

I found a MW rectenna patent which can be used for the shape resonance effect.  There's quite a bit of detail in that patent which may not be relevant here.  With this circuit the capacitor is bi-phasic for a moment..

(https://s20.postimg.org/vbu2oaqf1/Shape_Resonance_Diode.gif)

I wonder if the refrigerant gases can takes a charge on I found rubber tubbing for Freon gas it

This would be like an EPG.  A moving charge has a magnetic moment.  With diamagnetism, the coil would have to be placed next to the tubing, rather than around it.  That field decreases towards the center of the coil.  edit:  And the connecting wires have to be curved; if they come straight out from the coil, the pump doesn't work.
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