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« Reply #40 on: March 23, 2009, 18:48:59 pm »
a standing wave in such a small waveguide is problematic, since the wavelength of a 10kHz signal is 300m

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« Reply #41 on: March 23, 2009, 19:26:32 pm »
its not a signal doing the work its potential.. when its being pulsed it doesnt hit 0 it hits Q  so your getting like a ripple of pure dc power Q being the converging point of 2 phases the low point as well. that ripple from Q to peak is happening on a fluxuating frequency (the rotational speed of the rotor)  you could have 20 ripples in a second or you can have 350 ripples in a second.  then you have the variable 0-10 khz controlling  how many times that ripple pulse hits, and how long they are on.. also the variable voltage input to rotor effects amplification.  the 0-10khz should be a digital signal with analog? to create the tidal wave?

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« Reply #42 on: March 24, 2009, 14:20:26 pm »
300m should have been 30000m: wavelength = c / f -> 3E8/1E4 = 3E4 meter, so to get a single complete ripple on the waveguide, it has to be 3E4 m = 30km.
this also applies to voltage, yes?

so, if you want to create a voltage ripple traveling on the waveguide (like the ripples created on a water surface), forming waves exactly like 8-1  and 8-2,  simultaneously seen by the water; wavelength of the voltage pulses must be way smaller, for example, a 10 cm long waveguide which contains 10 pulses of 1 cm each, frequency is c (m/s) / wavelength (m) = 3e10 Hz = 30 GHz .
The ripple sequence as seen on 8-1 and 8-2 won't occur, because of the low frequency.

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« Reply #43 on: March 24, 2009, 14:52:51 pm »
(the number of Voltage Pulse Fields Vpf occurring per unit of space-time)
i would say thats the best and simplest way of putting it..

remember are pulse field isnt based off regular pulse field operations.. we are using a sync pulse.. sending two signals of equal difference giving them a equal ratio of attraction for each other. we have a pulse going through both electrodes..  the positve is getting put in a state of vacuum.. while the negative is being bombarded with electrons.. the  electron clustering on negative electrode causes the stainless material  to produce a specific scalar wave.. as you see in dankies image. then the vacuum of the positive choke creates the exact opposite vortex. i see it i smell it and i can taste it loll. think of a hurricane  it has a counter clock wise rotation??  i bet theres another force working in balance rotating the opposite direction.. all a storm is, is a transfer of differentials right.. highs to low (preasure) hot and cold..  so what force could rotate opposite of a storm?? temp, magnetic fields? water is a dipole and will react to electromagnetic fields.

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« Reply #44 on: March 24, 2009, 15:45:09 pm »
(the number of Voltage Pulse Fields Vpf occurring per unit of space-time)
i would say thats the best and simplest way of putting it..

remember are pulse field isnt based off regular pulse field operations.. we are using a sync pulse.. sending two signals of equal difference giving them a equal ratio of attraction for each other. we have a pulse going through both electrodes..

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the positve is getting put in a state of vacuum..
yes, lacking free electrons, pulled into the positive choke

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while the negative is being bombarded with electrons..
pulled by the + electric field electrode and repelled by the voltage from second choke.

aka displacement current

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the  electron clustering on negative electrode causes the stainless material  to produce a specific scalar wave.. as you see in dankies image.
pulsing  E field without M field, traveling transversally / radially inward?

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then the vacuum of the positive choke creates the exact opposite vortex.
vortex? can't see this
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i see it i smell it and i can taste it loll. think of a hurricane  it has a counter clock wise rotation??  i bet theres another force working in balance rotating the opposite direction.. all a storm is, is a transfer of differentials right.. highs to low (preasure) hot and cold..  so what force could rotate opposite of a storm?? temp, magnetic fields? water is a dipole and will react to electromagnetic fields.
possible

Do you think the voltage pulse burst will appear on the waveguide as seen in 8-2B?
this is what I'm trying to find out, in my view the VLF won't allow this, but I could be wrong.

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« Reply #45 on: March 24, 2009, 15:57:18 pm »
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« Reply #46 on: March 24, 2009, 16:32:18 pm »
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the positve is getting put in a state of vacuum..
yes, lacking free electrons, pulled into the positive choke

lacking neutral balance of electrons from being pulled out of the positive choke

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while the negative is being bombarded with electrons..
pulled by the + electric field electrode and repelled by the voltage from second choke.

aka displacement current

the electrons are not being just pulled the emf is forceing them as well.. the pull isnt a pull its more or less a mutual balance of difference entering the chokes at the same time. almost a since of no resistant pressure for building up the different charges..

the material in the stainless will align from what stan was saying right?... looking from the top side of the hurricane it appears to be counter clock wire rotation.. but a perspectrive from under the stom is a clockwise rotation.  we are stumbling on some amazing discoveries.

imagine if you were to get the positive plate material to mimic the top of the storms rotation in scalar wave..  and then you had the negative mimic the bottom of the storm rotation... they would be 180 out from each other with there scalar waves. but to be 180 out is to make them rotate in same dirrection.  if you had 2 clockwise  they work against eachother in scalar waves?  why does water swirl opposite in toliets below the equator.. they are on the opposite perspective of the storm then us??? these are the question i want to know!! ahhhhhhhhh'!!!! in order from somthin to have the same rotation when flipped 180 it must rotate the exact opposite.

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« Reply #47 on: March 25, 2009, 14:43:49 pm »