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Re: I Cracked it!!!!
« Reply #56 on: May 22, 2020, 11:45:37 am »
HI Brian,

Thanks for your video and explanation. I can see that you have spend lots of time on this.
To understand with what kind /  type of electricity you and me are dealing with, i have included another video.
Its the old borderland video of Eric Dollard explaning the two wave forms TEM and LMD transmittion waves.
TEM is electricity as you know it. Electromagnetic waves.
LMD are the longitudinal waves which a Tesla coil is producing.
A coil is capacitance and inductance at the same time....
Please watch this video till the end....
And  again and again....
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« Reply #57 on: May 22, 2020, 19:06:28 pm »
I wonder if this energy Dollard discusses will disintegrate matter, the way Tesla used HIS longitudinal waves to clean a metal film from the inside of a vacuum tube by converting the deposited metal into longitudinal mass?

A Tesla coil CAN produce longitudinal waves, but it would need TWO primary windings, tuned to slightly different wavelengths.  Otherwise, what you get is unidirectional, but not longitudinal.

edit:  Why was it that Dollard was never able to replicate Ed Gray's Power Conversion Tube, which is based on Tesla's longitudinal wave techniques?
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Re: I Cracked it!!!!
« Reply #58 on: May 23, 2020, 23:47:40 pm »
He was living in a car for some days....Maybe thats why.

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Re: I Cracked it!!!!
« Reply #59 on: May 24, 2020, 01:57:25 am »
He was living in a car for some days....Maybe thats why.


And he probably is again.  I'll tell you why, and it's because he's trained as a modern day EE.  He doesn't know half of what the original Radio Men of a hundred years ago knew.  What's the value of dumping his theories into this discussion?

Here's a thought:  anything which gives off Longitudinal Energy experiences a recoil, due to environmental reaction.  Why not suspend one of the LEDs from a plumb bob tether, pulse the Tesla coil, and see if the plumb bob moves a detectable amount.  If it doesn't, then either your measurement isn't sensitive enough, or there ISN'T any LE.

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Re: I Cracked it!!!!
« Reply #60 on: May 24, 2020, 02:42:08 am »
That sounds interesting!

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« Reply #61 on: May 24, 2020, 15:29:10 pm »
Someone posted to Keelynet early on that a red LED was attracting a strip of toilet paper.  He didn't show his circuit, or say if he had a vibrating metal plate adjacent to the beam, charged or otherwise.

edit:  With LE, I would think the plate should be magnetised.
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Re: I Cracked it!!!!
« Reply #62 on: May 25, 2020, 09:01:13 am »
You both are missing the point here.
If you watch that video you would have seen two setup with LC circuits.
What would happen if you replace in the last setup the capacitors with two watercapacitors?


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Re: I Cracked it!!!!
« Reply #63 on: May 25, 2020, 14:36:43 pm »
Is he still using parallel inductor runs bridged by capacitors?  A two wire circuit?

Look at some crop circle pictures, with increasing/decreasing polar capacitors, each branch a single 'wire' conductor.
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