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Sum of 3 phase current is ZERO
« on: May 27, 2013, 06:34:12 am »
the other day i was doing amp readings on a 3 phase motor at work. I noticed that each leg had 20.9 amps more or less, but when i clamped the probe around all 3 conductors at the same time, i noticed the amperage was zero.

maybe this was the secret to high voltage and very low amps !

NOTICE that in steve meyers canadian patent for a three phase circuit for 9 cells, there are three sections to the circuit, in his hydroxy generating station circuit.

is the end result the cancellation of one phase by the other two?

when stan meyer said to look at the snowflakes , was he referring to the pattern? is there three phase symmetry there?
and does thos correspond to the phase angle of the hydrogen bond?

wondering if that square circuit board on the end of all those VIC cards, that nobody seems to know about, is the key to a three phase sequencing of the signals, to cancel out the currents in the combined water bath cell array?


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Re: Sum of 3 phase current is ZERO
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2013, 12:15:55 pm »
interesting question...


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Re: Sum of 3 phase current is ZERO
« Reply #2 on: May 27, 2013, 16:40:12 pm »
well If you turn on a lamp and clamp the probe on the two wires feeding it, of course its going to read zero too.

The clamp meter measures the magnetic field related to the current flowing on the wire...

if you get current in one direction its able to measure it... but its not able to do it if you get one current canceling the other...




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Re: Sum of 3 phase current is ZERO
« Reply #3 on: May 30, 2013, 04:07:09 am »
Hey Ali, do you have a link to Steve Myeres Canadian patent?

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Re: Sum of 3 phase current is ZERO
« Reply #4 on: May 31, 2013, 03:39:48 am »
the other day i was doing amp readings on a 3 phase motor at work. I noticed that each leg had 20.9 amps more or less, but when i clamped the probe around all 3 conductors at the same time, i noticed the amperage was zero.

maybe this was the secret to high voltage and very low amps !

NOTICE that in steve meyers canadian patent for a three phase circuit for 9 cells, there are three sections to the circuit, in his hydroxy generating station circuit.

is the end result the cancellation of one phase by the other two?

when stan meyer said to look at the snowflakes , was he referring to the pattern? is there three phase symmetry there?
and does thos correspond to the phase angle of the hydrogen bond?

wondering if that square circuit board on the end of all those VIC cards, that nobody seems to know about, is the key to a three phase sequencing of the signals, to cancel out the currents in the combined water bath cell array?

Give us those referance's will ya? to Steve's Canadian patent and that square circuit nobody knows about.
The snowflake question " why is snow white" I sent James this:

"Snow is a whole bunch of individual ice crystals arranged together. When a light photon enters a layer of snow, it goes through an ice crystal on the top, which changes its direction slightly and sends it on to a new ice crystal, which does the same thing. Basically, all the crystals bounce the light all around so that it comes right back out of the snow pile. It does the same thing to all the different light frequencies, so all colors of light are bounced back out. The "color" of all the frequencies in the visible spectrum combined in equal measure is white, so this is the color we see in snow, while it's not the color we see in the individual ice crystals that form snow."

From this link:  http://science.howstuffworks.com/nature/climate-weather/atmospheric/question524.htm

James tried to describe the paragraph and Steve eventually said ... that was a frequency and not the answer he was looking for so I searched more and found this... well something similar to this but its the same answer:
http://harijan.wordpress.com/2013/02/03/why-is-snow-white/
Once I seen the answer also was because air I ended my search on that quest.

I would bet if there is a circuit on the VIC card nobody knows what it is .. I bet its an impedance circuit as in Steve's patent.