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« Reply #64 on: May 25, 2020, 18:28:38 pm »
I'm sorry guys I have not had the time to properly read over this thread but I will very soon I am busy cleaning up the yard and preparing for more court cases.

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« Reply #65 on: May 25, 2020, 20:28:58 pm »
I've been very busy too.  I'm thinking about pulling back for a while.

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« Reply #66 on: May 28, 2020, 08:30:54 am »
A bi-filar coil has an output which contains two different phases.  The phase angle depends on the relative lengths of the two windings.  With both wires the same length, the phases are at 180.  The output wire could keep on winding, by itself, until that wire is, for instance, a quarter wavelength longer than the input wire which is wrapped side by side throughout its shorter length.  Nikola's patent shows the outer wire extending an extra 90 degrees around the perimeter, but this doesn't necessarily give rise to a 90 degree phase difference in the signal.  That wire could wrap on around a couple of times, or more, depending on the desired phase variance, and the overall wire lengths.

When both wires have the same length, running the single wire output through a full wave rectifier will double the intensity of the potential.  Or a single LED on the output will chop the bottom of the phases, leaving the same biphasic frequency.  (With a DC offset, both complete phases will pass through the cell). 

The effect the phase variance has depends on the substance.  A given substance will require a characteristic phase angle.  If all you want is a longitudinal wave, use 90 degrees.  Then each molecule will experience a field which compresses, then expands, as each wave passes.
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« Reply #67 on: May 28, 2020, 13:47:26 pm »
A bi-filar coil has an output which contains two different phases.  The phase angle depends on the relative lengths of the two windings.  With both wires the same length, the phases are at 180.  The output wire could keep on winding, by itself, until that wire is, for instance, a quarter wavelength longer than the input wire which is wrapped side by side throughout its shorter length.  Nikola's patent shows the outer wire extending an extra 90 degrees around the perimeter, but this doesn't necessarily give rise to a 90 degree phase difference in the signal.  That wire could wrap on around a couple of times, or more, depending on the desired phase variance, and the overall wire lengths.

When both wires have the same length, running the single wire output through a full wave rectifier will double the intensity of the potential.  Or a single LED on the output will chop the bottom of the phases, leaving the same biphasic frequency.  (With a DC offset, both complete phases will pass through the cell). 

The effect the phase variance has depends on the substance.  A given substance will require a characteristic phase angle.  If all you want is a longitudinal wave, use 90 degrees.  Then each molecule will experience a field which compresses, then expands, as each wave passes.


So well written. Thank you, Tek.

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« Reply #68 on: May 29, 2020, 22:28:34 pm »
Thanks, Steve.  Of course, if you do extend one of the bi-filar windings, you might need to bridge that part of the coil with a trimmer capacitor, for the desired phase shift.  It would help to look at it on a scope.

And I don't see why longitudinal waves won't stretch a polar molecule, with the back of it anchored by a static charge.

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« Reply #69 on: May 30, 2020, 10:12:55 am »
That sounds hopefull ;)

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« Reply #70 on: May 30, 2020, 10:13:44 am »
I think that LWaves might be the key in efficient gas production.

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« Reply #71 on: May 31, 2020, 23:29:53 pm »
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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Cheers

what are longitudinal matter waves? the electron doesn't produce any magnetic field on it's axis of movement so there are no EM waves on the longitudinal axis , the EM waves come from relativistic effects and contraction/dillation happens on the axis of movement so any effect manifest perpendicular to this in the transverse direction aka EM waves