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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #24 on: April 27, 2009, 22:20:19 pm »
the resonant frequency of the resonant cavity is most likely the gate frequency, and the resonant frequency of the chokes is most likely the pulsing frequency (or the doubled pulse frequency)



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« Reply #25 on: April 28, 2009, 08:03:01 am »
the resonant frequency of the resonant cavity is most likely the gate frequency, and the resonant frequency of the chokes is most likely the pulsing frequency (or the doubled pulse frequency)




fuck yeah donald.....this is exactly what im thinking......hell yes......i'm glad you have thought that.

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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #26 on: April 28, 2009, 11:21:53 am »
the resonant frequency of the resonant cavity is most likely the gate frequency, and the resonant frequency of the chokes is most likely the pulsing frequency (or the doubled pulse frequency)




*  yeah donald.....this is exactly what im thinking......hell yes......i'm glad you have thought that.

Nice thinking, but i think its not the case.
The resonance frequency of the cavity. What do you mean with that?
Mechanical resonance?
Electrical resonance?

If it is the last, are you looking for wavelenghts? Well in that case you need mhz or ghz waves.

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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #27 on: April 28, 2009, 14:29:28 pm »
read the resonant cavity patent, it answers so many questions :)

it's not an electrical resonance such as that between a capacitor and an inductor, where the waves propagate at the the speed of light, i am not exactly sure how to describe it properly, but it is closer to a mechanical/acoustical/physical resonance of the electrical stress induced in the water that causes them to oscillate, more like an atomic resonance between the covalent bonds as the fluctuate

why doesn't straight high voltage DC work in the cell? well it might, but stan describes this as a static electrical stress on the water, while pulsed DC is a dynamic electrical stress on the water

just think of tesla's earthquake machine, it was the size of a cigar box or something, you set it on a bridge and it does nothing (static), you turn it on and have it vibrate at the right frequency and it'll destroy the bridge (dynamic)

also the term resonant cavity is not Stan's technology, it is something he learned about and put to use, (it's in the dictionary right next to resonant charging chokes too) ... i haven't found many other sources of information on them, but i'll be looking and i bet there is a big book all about them somewhere :)

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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #28 on: April 28, 2009, 15:06:28 pm »
read the resonant cavity patent, it answers so many questions :)
which patentnr again?  :-[
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it's not an electrical resonance such as that between a capacitor and an inductor
what gives the wfc its capacitive properties?
the disability of water to allow current and storing separated charge on the ss only, or all the watermolecules each being a separate capacitor, serially and parallel interconnected, giving it a single resonant frequency?


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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #29 on: April 28, 2009, 16:37:54 pm »
I think this gating hypothesis being a resonant frequency is farfetched .

It will be tested tho .

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« Reply #30 on: April 28, 2009, 19:09:20 pm »
the patent is attached

the resonant cavity is a capacitor in that it has two conductive opposite charged plates with water as a dielectric in between, and he also talks about the water molecules being individual micro capacitors, however i don't know too much about this or how to use this fact

dankie, you should read more

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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #31 on: April 28, 2009, 21:21:15 pm »
farfetched......your one to talk...nonwaves and watchmen.

alright how will a capacitor be in resonance when it is receiving a unipolar train???? it can't it has to be gated......so it is gated when the capacitor reaches full energy storage....then the voltage is dropped to ground level and re built back up......hence teh "tidal wave" wave forms.

now teh inductor will be pulsed at a certain frequency.......that frequency upon leaving the inductor is doubled (via double pulse) now forming a unipolar DC power.

DC cannot be in resonance between a capacitor and inductor unless it is switched on and off.....hence gating.

hell no it is not farfetched.

ask any professor if you can use dc power in resonance and they will reply "yes if you pulse it on and off"

it mimicks ac but is not ac......it is unipolar.....

i will gladly throw up some numbers.