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Re: Defining the word "opposite"
« Reply #8 on: February 26, 2009, 22:33:15 pm »
u got to realize the vic seperates holes from electrons... holes are positive charged ions.. posiitve charged ions are just copper atoms missing electrons.. electrons build up on negative plate while missing electron potential atoms build up on positve plate.. this creates potential diffeence arcoss cell.. the more winds the more levereage for potential. while at the same time more copper atoms for capacitance of displaced positive and negative charges..  providing high voltage with very low amps will allow voltage to build since its not crossing the water and i would have to say little to no production.. but i you were to have a drive pulse with amps on same choke that the volts are being stored it acts like a driver to push potentials into the water bath..

thats why you need to under stand multi spool vic.. it uses primary windings pulse to drive low amp secondary potentials into the water

ps i think a toroid can provide secondarys potential..but is long term failing unit... since the secondary's get really hot.. it could prove the concept but wouldnt last... the alternator allow cooling for the secondarys...
 
6-1 secondarys dont get hot because there not receiving the 180 out of phase. pulse.


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Re: Defining the word "opposite"
« Reply #9 on: February 27, 2009, 00:06:05 am »
No , it is not a potential difference that I am interrested in , obviously if it was that simple we would see it by now . The ''non-wave'' is achieving something , even if there is never any voltage across the water is being affected by this ''non-wave'' . The 'non wave has an effect on the water I sware to you .

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Re: Defining the word "opposite"
« Reply #10 on: February 27, 2009, 01:14:23 am »
whos disagreeing? im not.. what i said doesnt contradict what your talking about..  it supports..  when you allow your positve choke to only accept positive charges. meaning the diode not letting electrons back in,,, all the copper on that inductor starts gaining a magnetic positve charge.. since it is insulated and has no way to regain electrons.... the negative choke will store freed electrons giving all the copper wire a negative magnetic charge due to over populated electrons..


lets think about how the non wave is made
by + and -  hitting each other at the same time of equal potential..  meaning the negative side choke has lets say 30 electrons per copper atom which is normaly neutral with 29, so it has a  negative 1 charge..
the positive choke charge is missing 1 electron having 28 so it has positive 1 charge..  that gives you a potential of +1 and -1 add them together and you get 0


now think what happens  your electrons are filling up on neg choke upping negative potential
the positve isnt letting them electrons back in to it start to build vacuum potential.. they are receiving a even exchange rate while building up potential  so now you have -700 built up in one and +700 in the other.. the postive diode will not let them rejoin so they only way they can equalize is thre the water..  the water hass electrons to and that high positive steals from them..

by that happening more electrons are coming into the system out of the water.. so they need to be gotten rid of..
i guess he burns them off with light/ led right?  since those electrons  will be sucked into the highly positve as the pass threw the led they are used in a form of heat

idk i could be wrong but it just seems to make to much sence


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Re: Defining the word "opposite"
« Reply #11 on: February 27, 2009, 04:25:45 am »
whos disagreeing? im not.. what i said doesnt contradict what your talking about..  it supports..  when you allow your positve choke to only accept positive charges. meaning the diode not letting electrons back in,,, all the copper on that inductor starts gaining a magnetic positve charge.. since it is insulated and has no way to regain electrons.... the negative choke will store freed electrons giving all the copper wire a negative magnetic charge due to over populated electrons..


lets think about how the non wave is made
by + and -  hitting each other at the same time of equal potential..  meaning the negative side choke has lets say 30 electrons per copper atom which is normaly neutral with 29, so it has a  negative 1 charge..
the positive choke charge is missing 1 electron having 28 so it has positive 1 charge..  that gives you a potential of +1 and -1 add them together and you get 0


now think what happens  your electrons are filling up on neg choke upping negative potential
the positve isnt letting them electrons back in to it start to build vacuum potential.. they are receiving a even exchange rate while building up potential  so now you have -700 built up in one and +700 in the other.. the postive diode will not let them rejoin so they only way they can equalize is thre the water..  the water hass electrons to and that high positive steals from them..

by that happening more electrons are coming into the system out of the water.. so they need to be gotten rid of..
i guess he burns them off with light/ led right?  since those electrons  will be sucked into the highly positve as the pass threw the led they are used in a form of heat

idk i could be wrong but it just seems to make to much sence


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Re: Defining the word "opposite"
« Reply #12 on: February 27, 2009, 04:46:40 am »
i'm listening...i just remember how you were gung-ho about the scalar waves......and now the non waves.......and tomorrow the radiant energy waves....it's good to keep thinking differently but your comparison to the watchmen is probably the worst choice possible......i wish you worked with audio before......it is a perfect example of the watchmen video.........i think the problem is explaining it......but the it is not the non wave that is shown in the watchmen that will equal ZERO when they are completely out of phase like that..........


there is a wave bounce build up that occurs.....between the diode/inductor and the water capacitor......resonance......this is why voltage steps up in step charging on both the positive and negative plates.......and since the bifilar chokes are opposite of each other they induce pulses between each other in voltage potential.

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« Reply #13 on: February 27, 2009, 05:00:06 am »
i'm listening...i just remember how you were gung-ho about the scalar waves......and now the non waves.......and tomorrow the radiant energy waves....it's good to keep thinking differently but your comparison to the watchmen is probably the worst choice possible......i wish you worked with audio before......it is a perfect example of the watchmen video.........i think the problem is explaining it......but the it is not the non wave that is shown in the watchmen that will equal ZERO when they are completely out of phase like that..........


there is a wave bounce build up that occurs.....between the diode/inductor and the water capacitor......resonance......this is why voltage steps up in step charging on both the positive and negative plates.......and since the bifilar chokes are opposite of each other they induce pulses between each other in voltage potential.

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Re: Defining the word "opposite"
« Reply #14 on: February 27, 2009, 07:38:57 am »
lets say if we were to use a alternator.. it has 3 phases as we all know.. what if you used 2 phases for switching over.. meaning 2 seperate cells being involved.. allowing polaritys to be in seperate domains then the third phase hit all domains(cells)   with both polaritys. that would give you particle oscillation and high voltage pulse at the same time in sequence..

i think it may have to do with his firing of the injector. and may actually be crating voltage wave guide

the oscillation he says helps align particles which needs to happen in order for water to take on  charge right?
it would also help gases move out of voltage zone by its pumping action..


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Re: Defining the word "opposite"
« Reply #15 on: February 27, 2009, 07:44:14 am »
lets say if we were to use a alternator.. it has 3 phases as we all know.. what if you used 2 phases for switching over.. meaning 2 seperate cells being involved.. allowing polaritys to be in seperate domains then the third phase hit all domains(cells)   with both polaritys. that would give you particle oscillation and high voltage pulse at the same time in sequence..

i think it may have to do with his firing of the injector. and may actually be crating voltage wave guide

the oscillation he says helps align particles which needs to happen in order for water to take on  charge right?
it would also help gases move out of voltage zone by its pumping action..


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