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Electrotek / Re: Electron Extraction Circuit
« Last post by Hidden on May 23, 2017, 19:31:32 pm »
somebody told me that the whole universe is energy and all is connected and interacting.
If your theory can hook into that energy......
Static charges are probably the real deal for the energy problems. Catching them into capacitors is possible.....
Not sure on how to add magnetisme in there.

My compliments Tek.
Your posts are really great. Wish we could have a coffee and talk for hours on the subjects.

cheers!

Thanks Steve.  I'll post something about the "natural medium" (Ether or Aether?).

Here's a picture which shows my current charge pump experiments:



There isn't anything connected to the central rod electrode on the left. But something is pulling a faint arc between the two rod electrodes. (There's also a faint spark going from the jumper wire down to the right hand central electrode.)  The potential which goes through the arc to the left electrode travels upwards through the charcoal, then makes an amplified spark back to the jumper wire touching the outer end of the tube electrode.  So the charcoal must be acting as a charge pump.

I'm going to see what happens if a source of free electrons is connected on the left.
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Funny to know that the VIC has its own floating ground, probably to prevent the charged cell to leak to ground.

cheers

The way Stan talks about it in the patent, I thinks he WANTS to drain the charge. He keeps saying the cell will arc between the plates, even at 5.5V or 8V. Then, right at the end he says it won't short out at just about any voltage if the negative plate is grounded through a resister. This resister probably needs to be at the opposite end from the negative connection, to prevent a strip line effect.
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Sebosfato / Re: New interpretation new topic
« Last post by Hidden on May 20, 2017, 08:51:36 am »
Probably yes but we need to figure how to make it safer.... maybe with lot of air being bubled together with the buo it become safer
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Electrotek / Re: Electron Extraction Circuit
« Last post by Hidden on May 18, 2017, 10:15:32 am »
somebody told me that the whole universe is energy and all is connected and interacting.
If your theory can hook into that energy......
Static charges are probably the real deal for the energy problems. Catching them into capacitors is possible.....
Not sure on how to add magnetisme in there.

My compliments Tek.
Your posts are really great. Wish we could have a coffee and talk for hours on the subjects.

cheers!
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Sebosfato / Re: New interpretation new topic
« Last post by Hidden on May 18, 2017, 10:09:21 am »
is HV not dangerous with HHO?
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Newguy / Re: Join the crowd
« Last post by Hidden on May 18, 2017, 10:07:10 am »
not that i know....sadly enough....
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Sebosfato / New interpretation new topic
« Last post by Hidden on May 18, 2017, 08:37:04 am »
Hello my dear friends

I found today some new way of  interpreting the electron extraction grid it may be of some help to lead us to discover how to make Stan secretes come up...

I was thinking about the new water being the source of electrons and think about who could be the sync for them to allow power to be generated than an old idea came across

We have a certain important characteristics we must not forget

Gas is generated

The car engine works as a gas pump

A gas can be ionized

Hv D.C. Is involved

Low voltage high current is involved

Power is generated

Meyer says that the gas could be neutralized passing thru grounded tube

So my thoughts are

The low voltage generates the gas

The gas bubble out

The high voltage makes the bubbles loose electrons that will sit on water

The ionized gas will be repelled from the water bath and run thru plastic tube

At this point the gas will be at a higher potential than it were when it was a bubble

So now the gas enter the eec working as an electron sink to extract electrons that remained on water generating power thru a external circuit !


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Newguy / Re: Join the crowd
« Last post by Hidden on May 17, 2017, 11:33:21 am »
Any tape release of Herman's full length interview been shared here yet?
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Electrotek / Re: Electron Extraction Circuit
« Last post by Hidden on May 16, 2017, 16:07:59 pm »
Faraday used magnets.  Edward Whittaker was the physicist who dealt with static electricity.  He showed mathematically that a point charge can be resolved into two bi-directional waves, with one of the waves being longitudinal.  So I'm thinking if we put two of these charge wave-pairs into a capacitor, out of phase with each other, the charges (waves) will rotate around each other, producing a three dimensional vortex that pulls in more charge (waves) which reinforce the vortex, with the vortex itself being the charge.  But the capacitor has to be three dimensional, to contain the vortex.  I never could produce the shape resonance effect with a FLAT triangular piece of metal.  The positive end of the vortex is thicker.  Negative charges self-organize towards the sharp end, or the inner sheet in a spiral would capacitor.
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Its probably even more simple.
Let me share my thoughts here. I have been reading some docs again and again from Meyer.
We all want to find the resonance effect Meyer is talking about.

Meyer stated that for that to achieve you need:
A MINIMUM voltage level to achieve resonance.
To raise voltage and not to go into massive amps, Meyer puts in some kind of amp inhibitors, like resistive elements or coils that create a magnetic field to resist amp flow.
In case of coils/cores, the frequency of those coils/cores must be equal to the resonance frequency of the cavity.

So, it is clear how to start testing. First you build your cavity, add resistance on the negative inner exciter and start pulsing with a voltage of a minimum of 45 volts. See Meyers patent.
AS SOON AS YOU HIT RESONANCE, YOU SHOULD THE DIFFERENCE IN GAS OUTPUT.
As soon as you found the frequency and voltage, you can start building coils and cores that matches that frequency for more efficiency.

Meyer states that the voltage pulses should never go lower in amplitude as the minimum level of voltage, because the resonance will stop.
Meyers statement about electron leakage is also part of this minimum level of voltage. The cell should not drop below certain levels.
Funny to know that the VIC has its own floating ground, probably to prevent the charged cell to leak to ground.

cheers


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