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Re: Stan used AMPS, big time!
« Reply #88 on: March 23, 2009, 21:20:17 pm »
exactly.. it effects the protons and the electrons.. since water has a dominant positive charge on one side and the electrons are on the other side thats creates the dipole orientaion of the molecule..  the tickleing and plucking of 1-3 electrons on the negative electron side is what switches off the bond of hydrogen and oxy.. when they are being expelled the electrons make it back to the oxy to form stable gases.. since there no longer a dipole they are not effected with the opposing electrical stress as much in the water bath i dont think and the scalar wave might actually help pump the gases out?


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« Reply #89 on: March 23, 2009, 21:34:04 pm »
Just brg me all that sacred geometry shit with the opposing Vortex stuff , It kinda looks like a heart ...

Prove to me I am wrong ...

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« Reply #90 on: March 23, 2009, 21:42:52 pm »
if you had two inductor chokes for one secondary output  on seperate cores it wouldnt work. the balanced difference on the core is what  keeps the charge in the core... if they were on seperate cores there wouldnt be a mutual balance of difference magneticaly shared... .. this will cause the electrons to flow from negative excitor over to positve. creating current.. the same core is mutual inductance for them..   it causes a mutual balance of electron clustering keeping it from having voltage flop/ back emf????

and what i really mean by this is they may be of opposite charges but they are equaly attracted to each other and i beleive they can sit next to each other in dielectric coated material (copper or stainless) with these displaced charges, without producing mad heat in any of the windings.  and allow the skin effect to take place on the excitors of opposite polarity.

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« Reply #91 on: March 23, 2009, 21:48:47 pm »
Are you saying there would be no problems of arcing between both wires side by side , It should be wound as a real bifilar ? Since the pressure level would be the same ?

Yes I believe , 100% that the coil is meant to be on the same core , no exeptions .

What is the stainless had a better coupling factor to even more equally balance itself , naturally ?

The heat itself is caused by the vibration of the magnetic wire .



OT: I think this user had interresting things to say

http://www.energeticforum.com/renewable-energy/2410-stan-deyo-2.html

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« Reply #92 on: March 23, 2009, 22:01:43 pm »
its weird to think that but i would say yes.. and that would allow a smaller capacitance space dankie. you thinking what im thinkin. lol were on the right path of understanding.   the only time it will want to arc is when there differences arent  mutual..  what i mean by this is say you have 400volts that you want to peak at.. if your getting 400volts positve electrical force and some how getting more electrons in the system you may read 450 volts negative electical force.. that would be a unbalanced difference.. and the electrons will want to arc to the positve side to try to balance to around 425 volts.. but when a power system is on and its contstantly getting strays in it to allow imbalance that will created a constant current/ load.?


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« Reply #93 on: March 23, 2009, 22:06:32 pm »
its weird to think that but i would say yes.. and that would allow a smaller capacitance space dankie. you thinking what im thinkin. lol were on the right path of understanding.   the only time it will want to arc is when there differences arent  mutual..  what i mean by this is say you have 400volts that you want to peak at.. if your getting 400volts positve electrical force and some how getting more electrons in the system you may read 450 volts negative electical force.. that would be a unbalanced difference.. and the electrons will want to arc to the positve side to try to balance to around 425 volts.. but when a power system is on and its contstantly getting strays in it to allow imbalance that will created a constant current/ load.?


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Hmm , that would motivate the use of a dioded coil connected to grown , the amp-inhibiting coil .

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Re: Stan used AMPS, big time!
« Reply #94 on: March 23, 2009, 22:28:14 pm »
dankie the amp inhibitor coil isnt going to ground directly..  it is the stainless negative choke.. going to negative excitor.  it is the one in my drawing..  connects to center of secondary. and negetive tube. the positve choke connects to positve induction side of primary(rotor) and the positve tube. thats how stan was getting a 0-20khz pulse on the output.. he wasnt getting it threw the emf the rotors giving to the stator windings (secondarys) in the alternator..   the only way for electrons in and out of the system is from the negative excitor, through the water, into the positive excitor and into the primarys electrical circuit.... but with the sync pulse and the mutual difference, i dont think leackeage is a concern.

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Re: Stan used AMPS, big time!
« Reply #95 on: March 23, 2009, 23:04:24 pm »
dankie the amp inhibitor coil isnt going to ground directly..  it is the stainless negative choke.. going to negative excitor.  it is the one in my drawing..  connects to center of secondary. and negetive tube. the positve choke connects to positve induction side of primary(rotor) and the positve tube. thats how stan was getting a 0-20khz pulse on the output.. he wasnt getting it threw the emf the rotors giving to the stator windings (secondarys) in the alternator..   the only way for electrons in and out of the system is from the negative excitor, through the water, into the positive excitor and into the primarys electrical circuit.... but with the sync pulse and the mutual difference, i dont think leackeage is a concern.

Well I believe it is a reference and that it is connected to  0V state since thats effectively whats its trying to do on the other side , maintain a *non-voltage* differential between each choke .

But I guess it doesnt matter who is right when all you gotta do is connect the lead .