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Re: Longitudinal waves, the secret?
« Reply #40 on: January 17, 2019, 09:00:15 am »

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Re: Longitudinal waves, the secret?
« Reply #41 on: January 22, 2019, 23:47:01 pm »
interesting my friend... do you think a wave could be used to amplify energy ?

i was thinking about a coax having instead of 2 , 3 wires...  so as to make the waves travel  but compose each other maybe inducing a current package on the separate wire..

i wached your videos on youtube i think is very interesting how the lights go up.. isnt it about a transfomation of voltage?

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Re: Longitudinal waves, the secret?
« Reply #42 on: January 22, 2019, 23:54:57 pm »
when waves go in a transmission line it will revert its direction if the end is open and return with same polarity to the origin.. .for example it meets a diode.. a diode is a bit of a capacitor but very low value

if the end is shorted the wave gets reflected with oposite polarity...

if we would connect such a system in parallel with a cell and pulse the cell it would generate a double pulse in the cell..

im trying to understand this longitudinal wave.. but still surfing at the transversal ones haha

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Re: Longitudinal waves, the secret?
« Reply #43 on: January 23, 2019, 08:47:52 am »
transversal waves use ELECTRONS as charge mover.
Tesla stated that electrons are a hugh resistance.
So with Longitudinal wave that resistance is gone and it will be much more efficient.

The big question is how a wfc will act on that type of energy

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« Reply #44 on: January 24, 2019, 00:28:51 am »
how do you see this longitudinal wave action? i mean in a resistor or maybe on water.. or maybe in a motor? i watched the video mostly but didnĀ“t understood really how exactly how it is it...



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Re: Longitudinal waves, the secret?
« Reply #45 on: January 25, 2019, 01:02:49 am »
transversal waves use ELECTRONS as charge mover.
Tesla stated that electrons are a hugh resistance.
So with Longitudinal wave that resistance is gone and it will be much more efficient.

The big question is how a wfc will act on that type of energy

Wind chimes illustrate the difference between the two types of waves.  Tapping the side of a cylinder produces a resonate frequency based on the diameter, while tapping the end produces a resonance based on the cylinder's length.  Both electrodes in a Meyer cell would have the same end-to-end frequency, with the same material.  Two positive longitudinal pulses can still have a potential difference, but Stan didn't show a circuit with positive on both electrodes.  So, with this kind of energy, one electrode would be grounded.  (The other electrode makes a 'ping' sound.)

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Re: Longitudinal waves, the secret?
« Reply #46 on: January 25, 2019, 03:00:40 am »
With the wrong electrode configuration, longitudinal waves can constitute a bio hazard.  And I don't mean a spark carried outwards, riding on a localized, planar, low power electromagnetic pulse.  I'm talking about a non connected, tapered outer electrode having been shown as equating to the 'hanged man' Taro card.  Meyer does have a setup with a longitudinal sweep accelerating ions upwards, producing impact dissociation.  This would be good for high velocity electric rocket exhaust.  Otherwise, hho from lateral vibrations should be nice and safe, good enough.

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Re: Longitudinal waves, the secret?
« Reply #47 on: December 02, 2021, 11:35:49 am »
As you all know by now, i started this forum to show my personal progres on the water as a fuel projects. Later on, it became some sort of wiki.
A collection of knowledge. Probably a bit unstructured, but you can find a lot of info here by now.

One of my brain farts was about these longitudinal waves. I wondered if thats was used by meyer etc etc.

Today i spent hours watching the bob boyce speaches.
Remember, i tried a series cell with a so called bb toroid.
Now bob explained some more on his system.
He clearly states that he used scalar longitudinal waves on the three primary coils.
He also uses it for his water smacker and battery smacker products.
He pulses his three primary coil very shortly.
Femto seconds long pulses.
As we all know, current follows voltage.
If you pulse a coil so short, then you create a path for current, but the current is switched off.
But the coil is totally preperred for it, so it pulls energy from the environment. Or zero point.
The collapse of the coil creates an scalar wave longitudinal wave.
Now the most important thing bob tells is that these waves CHARGE WATER.
So, with almost no current, we create a situation in a toroid with coils, that charges water.
He also stated to use a bias voltage current steady thru your watercell. You need the electrons, he said.
That part is wierd for me....Maybe just on the electrodes? At least he said it needed to prevent re combination of the atoms into water again after we took it apart....


Ok, enough for now.
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