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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #216 on: April 11, 2009, 18:07:52 pm »
good news i got the double pulse and here is the thing......it will only (atleast with my function generator) occur at a certain power level and amplitude ratio.........and then i get a beautiful double pulse perfectly......i am about to film it.

i will hook it up later to a cell and then try no ground and ground.

i have internet work to attend to as of now though.....

but it makes perfect double pulses only at a certain power and amplitude ratio for some reason.....luckily i can adjust these independently.

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« Reply #217 on: April 11, 2009, 18:17:30 pm »
alright i just filmed the oscope screen......and also it is over 1kv of pulses coming off the coil....i will post photos in a minute.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #218 on: April 11, 2009, 18:32:18 pm »
sooo here is what i am at so far.......the inductive kick back from the bifilar windings is priceless......now i can make the double pulse all round just as meyers has in his patents but i realized that the photo below carries more power around 20 volts more......so i have my probes on x10....but do not let it fool you those double pulses are of 1060 volts.....1.06kv....and here is the kicker......that is with just the coil not connected to tubes or in resonance......that is the coil drawing it's own current and nothing else......if i am to connect it to tubes and then tubes in water we are going to be looking at much much higher numbers plus once in resonance.....oh man.

GOOD SHIT.....john you have recreated a work of art.....the secret is not what you are pulsing in but it's amplitude!....a square wave is a square wave is a square wave.

(http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y2/kinesisfilms/doublepulse.jpg)

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #219 on: April 11, 2009, 19:52:33 pm »
i know this isnt 6-1 and i know its one of stans early drawings (1981)  but i noticed the choke only had the positve lead hooked to the choke while the negative just goes straight to earth ground like hydro says.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #220 on: April 11, 2009, 22:06:16 pm »
Plz try the demartin connection , I`m curious .

That picture is nothing significant , it looks like a capacitor charge and discharge and not doubled .



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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #221 on: April 11, 2009, 22:20:33 pm »
Ok So I see that when you have a bifilar hookept up with both ends of the core going to the cell ( as shwon in the picture)  ,on ON time , the amps from each coil go towards the cellmaking the north aligned , as daid by Meyers . Plz see the posts made by ``demartin`` @ overunity.com

Ok I just noticed this mystery guy , MIKE , one signel post , may 2008

Shortly before Demartin , on the page Stanley Meyer replication with low input power
 @ overunity.com, page number 69 ,sorry my internet is messed up .

Hello all,
I tried to post this in the proper location, so someone please move it to where ever, Thanks.
I would like to share my thoughts on Meyer here. First, though, I would like to say that there are quite a few people who know exactly how this works and have operating examples performing flawlessly at over 10OU particularly at Cal-Tech and MIT. So, there is nothing new or any great secrets here. Also, the following is my line of  thought on this matter and I am not suggesting anyone change their thinking. So ,I will look at the obvious and then work my way out on a limb. I will be brief.
Look at a cross section of one concentric tube combination, dl at the bottom and follow the energy of one pulse from the outer ring to the inner, the energy density increases as it travels inward, this happening upward as the pulse travels up the outer tube reverses 180 and returns to the bottom. As the charge increases in the water the tension across the molecules increases. Consider the tension of a string gradually increasing, at some point , the ability to transfer energy most efficiently is reached. Keep this in mind as efficiency factors.

Farah asks the right question. ?what do you want this to do??
Both Meyl and Bearden describe scalar waves as emanating at right angles from the axis of the energy differential of a dipole or antenna. Meyl?s  3 dimensional vortex model fits in here nicely. 6 vortexes points in, energy traveling across any axis is through the adjoining, each at right angles to one another to the originating axis. The same is true coming back through the unused vortex pair. At equilibrium energy is balanced . Torque and stretch one axis of  the vortex matrix and let it snap back and you will cause the energy of the adjoining rt. Angled vortexes to be given off as a scalar energy burst. Regauge and repeat and essentially a scalar pump is created. Luckily, in the cell all the molecules are aligned on a radius between the tubes. The scalar radiation at right angles to the radius form interference patterns as they intersect. The scalar interference patterns traveling through the outer tube pass through magnetic fields surrounding the iron molecules and here an electrical gain is achieved. Pausing the pulsation is necessary for the breakdown of the water consume the additional energy charge. From my point of view this is brute force electrolysis where the heavy lifting is accomplished by the conversion of radiant energy.

Now, you can?t just pulse this setup and expect a miracle. If you examine some of the ou devices, weather it be Gray, Dollard, Meyl, Bedini, there is one commonality, coils that are wound mirror image with reference to one another. None of the patents will show this. Pancakes are best, but a variation of a pancake is also possible wound in equal layers and direction within, but each opposite. What is created is energy of opposite rotation which when applied torques the water vortex matrix.

At the vic, the pulse from the secondary fires the pancakes wound upon the same core. A problem here is that energy travels faster though copper and is impinged at the stainless copper junction. This problem can be resolved by a resister or lc or just stainless wire if you can find it.

 The gain in the outer tube produces a pulse out greater than the pulse in, opposing the field in the vic and input current drops. The diode stops the pulse out from resolving the charge of the inner tube. The coating on the inner tube serves nothing more than insulation preventing the charge from resolving and prolonging the scalar effect as per Bearden.  Meyer thought of using delrin in production because of the time necessary for conditioning.

There is a catch 22 here with the length of the tubes. The second harmonic of the tubes is only known after you cut  them and connect the circuit. Changing the length changes everything, so use a single short tube combination to start, an overtone of A or C or F, as multiple tubes can bring in adverse harmonics unless identically tuned. The length of the larger tubes will be a function of the vic.

I  have tried to address most of the major issues here. Once I can find time to get things up and running, I will post any changes to my scenario here.
 This is the jist of the path I am following. Print this post is a keeper.
Regards and best wishes to all.

Mike

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #222 on: April 11, 2009, 22:52:01 pm »
I just found this guy by miracle , great post and just another person who tought the same thing I did .

So now Kinesis , you must connect your VIC to tubes like Meyers say its supposed to be  , the  opposing bifilar.

Its this scalar shit ...


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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #223 on: April 11, 2009, 23:40:42 pm »
a tornado is a scalar wave i think.. its a mirror of low pressure heading toward high pressure and high pressure is going toward low pressure..    negative for voltage is the pressure side while the positve is the vaccum side.. so thinking its equivalent to the high pressure low pressure senerio for a tornado