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« Reply #32 on: March 22, 2009, 17:19:41 pm »
Great outlaw that you refine what I was trying to say , once we know why snow is white we will know how this works .

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« Reply #33 on: March 22, 2009, 17:48:34 pm »
that are rubber banding.
the fields or the atom particles?

can you pls give your view of the rubberbanding effect / snapping action?
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« Reply #34 on: March 22, 2009, 18:36:42 pm »
the rubber banding of like forces at the same time  create 2 different forces on opposite charged particles(electrons and protons) of the  atom at the same time. menaing 2 forces on the electron of pushing and pulling.. and it is vice versa force on the protons making them want to go in the exact opposite direction.  you are over powering the natural covalent forces at 11 volts..  stephen meyers says that all chemical reactions occur between 1-10 volts..  so once you learn how to get water to polarizes. which means it lines up positve to negative across the cell it will start to take on voltage.. to take on voltage is nothing more then haveing the force to remove(pluck electrons) from the water.. then it takes on a positive voltage  charge.

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« Reply #35 on: March 22, 2009, 18:57:19 pm »
magnetic induction.. when you have a bifilar wound coil and are stripping electrons out of the positve choke and are sending them into a wire right next to it.. there is a balance there.. of equal opposite forces so they are attracted to each other on the core.. those charges being a balanced opposite would rather sit next to each other in the choke rather then to have to jump across the water.. but since the plates in the water are connected they produce the skin effect on the plates..  ..

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« Reply #36 on: March 22, 2009, 19:57:46 pm »
thanks
"rubber banding effect" is now clear, equal  and opposite fields zero referenced, pulsing, creating a stress zone in space state.
but.. isn't that the same as the "electrical polarization process"?

plucking electrons from water implies current.

must pause, before I start asking stupid questions
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« Reply #37 on: March 22, 2009, 20:24:26 pm »
its only plucking during snaping action i beleive  then when it hits 0. or should we call it converging point Q. the electrons that were plucked go back to the oxy.. once there back on the oxy they loose the dipole quality they had when they were water and dont react the same as they are expelling as a gas. so what im trying to say is they dont go in the circuit.. the only time they go into the system is with the electron exctraction.  which are being sucked in with the presence of only a positve potential ring.. no negative.. the laser energy and electrical stress has the electrons ready for removal from the system. stan in return burned them off as they went in to the choke with his lights.. turning them into photon energy giving him more atomic positive excitment of the protons.???

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« Reply #38 on: March 23, 2009, 13:41:17 pm »
http://www.youtube.com/user/TrodanEnterprises
crappy vids, but he thinks standing waves occur.

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This [dielectric] breakdown is usually caused by stationary voltage spikes or "nodes" which are caused by standing waves. Standing waves are stationary and occur when part of the energy traveling down the line is reflected by an impedance mismatch with the load [Xl > Xc]. The voltage potential of the standing waves at the points of greatest magnitude can become large enough to break down the insulation between transmission line conductors.
The dielectric in waveguides is air, which has a much lower dielectric loss than conventional insulating materials. However, waveguides are also subject to dielectric breakdown caused by standing waves. Standing waves in waveguides cause arcing [which doesnt happen in the wfc, we have chokes] which decreases the efficiency of energy transfer and can severely damage the waveguide. Also since the electromagnetic fields are completely contained within the waveguide, radiation losses are kept very low.
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« Reply #39 on: March 23, 2009, 16:06:18 pm »
once again thank you...very interesting.