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Sebosfato / Re: Heat transfer
« Last post by Hidden on Today at 03:30:12 »
The advantage Moray had with his multi kiloVolt capacitor is it could discharge the stored energy with a much shorter time constant than a heavy bank of low potential Farads holding the same energy.  You can get around this a little by using wide strip strap conductors, since they have low impedance.  Also, a 2,000 Farad cap could pump a pulse transformer for a higher tension wrap coil.

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Sebosfato / Re: Free energy from ambient
« Last post by Hidden on Yesterday at 02:57:39 »
One way to get a longitudinal field (e.g., medium) along a wire is Moray's single connection coil of a few turns around the promulgation conductor, with a one Farad capacitor.  I'll find a link to his therapudic patent or someone can take the time to post it.

This looks like part of. the Brazilian patent (Borbas?).  Their ambient source is a grid work of 200 ground rods spaced at six feet.

The potential is still based on that of the capacitor.
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Sebosfato / Re: Heat transfer
« Last post by Hidden on January 16, 2018, 23:31:22 pm »
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Sebosfato / Re: Heat transfer
« Last post by Hidden on January 16, 2018, 23:22:59 pm »
tHIS VIDEO TALKS ABOUT hydrogen being a superconductor at very high pressure


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Sebosfato / Re: Free energy from ambient
« Last post by Hidden on January 16, 2018, 00:23:38 am »
Guys i would like to share some important findings...

Basically I found that is indeed possible to have a cop greater than 4 with heat pumping systems. With the exceptional side effect of having a cold side capable of being useful for many applications!

Now how can we take this and try to understand this process and apply to another systems to get cop greater than 1

How the freezing cycle works?

It takes a compression for concentrating the heat such as it can be taken or dissipated away allowing the refrigerant gas to later gain heat energy from the ambient again and continue the operation.

Looking at electricity how can we compare that situation? What would be the refrigerant gas? What would be the compression? How will it be dissipated or absorbed from ambient?
If electricity is the refrigerant it has to be static electricity in the form of free electrons.  The medium to pump them through needs to be a longitudinal field.  This is not the natural medium but it can still conduct transmitted effects such as electrical vibrations.  Properly phased compound vibrations should entrain the static and move it with its inherent potential, regardless of the current.  The electrons could come from the plasma in a spark gap, moving into the longitudinal circuit through a third spark gap electrode.
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Sebosfato / Free energy from ambient
« Last post by Hidden on January 15, 2018, 23:16:33 pm »
Guys i would like to share some important findings...

Basically I found that is indeed possible to have a cop greater than 4 with heat pumping systems. With the exceptional side effect of having a cold side capable of being useful for many applications!

Now how can we take this and try to understand this process and apply to another systems to get cop greater than 1

How the freezing cycle works?

It takes a compression for concentrating the heat such as it can be taken or dissipated away allowing the refrigerant gas to later gain heat energy from the ambient again and continue the operation.

Looking at electricity how can we compare that situation? What would be the refrigerant gas? What would be the compression? How will it be dissipated or absorbed from ambient?
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Electrotek / Re: Dynode
« Last post by Hidden on January 15, 2018, 22:58:15 pm »
The Aborigines are recognized as a distinct species, so it must be in the genus.  The native genus controlling the planet.  Out here, the mountain thunders all around, up and down overhead.

Over on his street, he was born here and raised in that same house.  Then he went to Vegas and learned his unlicensed contractor skills.  When he came back a few years ago, his 92 year old mother was still living in the house.  So he had always come over to see her on a regular basis, and to practice his shooting.  He's the kind of guy who will run at you if yor back peddle, trying to keep him from repeatedly grabbing your arm.  A couple of weeks ago I asked him if he was square with the IRS, but he didn't hear a word of reason.  And swimming pool hosing may be young at heart but redirecting the blast to hit someone's groin is inappropriate behavior.

I have a shipment coming between the 18th and 23rd, so it's best to just change  the subject.
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Electrotek / Re: Dynode
« Last post by Hidden on January 15, 2018, 11:00:41 am »
Hey Will.  Happy New Year to you, too.  Good to hear from you.  I also just had my 68th birthday, on the 5th.

One bullet through the window on my front door ricocheted off the ceiling.  A string line from the ceiling to the door points right at his yard.  The bullet through the side door left a long angled track pointing in his direction.  The brick wall on his side of the other house on his street is completely riddled, as is the old motor home on my property.  Some of these holes can also be string lined.  He also has a bunch of targets sitting around in the dessert, including a piece of rail road track punched full of holes.  He talked me out of two of the shot up cars on my property - minus all windows - and drug them over the ridge, for further targeting.  He also wants my vandalized F350, so he can practice shooting over the cab, and while sitting in the back.  He also has long range plywood targets with really small holes from his high velocity rifle.  A real gun freak.

The day in my driveway, he started dancing around, jumped behind me, then slammed a cartridge into the empty chamber, just to show he could.  Or as a systematic escalation, psyching himself up for his final move.

I'm not accepting any more neighborly help from him, getting my water hauled out here.

The grass out here in the Eastern Mohave desert is always dry.  There didn't used to be any grass, then we had a couple of rainy summers after I first got here, including a '500 year storm' and that caused the dry grass that's still here.

Is the world turning nuts?
Tek, i cannot believe what i am reading.
Please take care of your self.....

Steve
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Electrotek / Re: Dynode
« Last post by Hidden on January 14, 2018, 10:31:42 am »
I would not mess with that guy but I would go for a profile from cops or where ever to get a solid idea who or what he is . excop , exmil , excon , pure nut .

theres an OZ dvd documentary , putuparri and the rain makers . theres actual footage of these aborigines finding the tiniest puddle of water in the desert then time goes by ...dance etc and eventually theres enough water to wash an elephant in , they dont , but its a decent size swimming pool and no camera magic is involved . they are in the desert and theres no other water source .


http://putuparriandtherainmakers.com/

we are only on tank water . it hadnt rained since sept or so . there was a storm a week ago , best thing ever !! 

being in desert maybe you could have recycled water in way of glass house (minus bullets) and plants evaporate the water . plants want light , CO2 and water and give off H2O and Ox . in the nature shows they have demo of a plastic bag over a tree and at the end of the day theres a collection of water . sounds involved but if it were me Id think on that one . even some kind of under ground set up . solar distillery or something . theres solar composting toilets at the local park about 2km from here , they dont stink either 

as a bench mark we pretty much do everything wrong so anything better than , is a step in the right direction

pretty sure I seen a documentary of an Indian teacher going around schools trying to get kids back into trad food , corn etc and he had glass houses , might have been NM
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Electrotek / Re: Dynode
« Last post by Hidden on January 13, 2018, 22:57:27 pm »
Hey Will.  Happy New Year to you, too.  Good to hear from you.  I also just had my 68th birthday, on the 5th.

One bullet through the window on my front door ricocheted off the ceiling.  A string line from the ceiling to the door points right at his yard.  The bullet through the side door left a long angled track pointing in his direction.  The brick wall on his side of the other house on his street is completely riddled, as is the old motor home on my property.  Some of these holes can also be string lined.  He also has a bunch of targets sitting around in the dessert, including a piece of rail road track punched full of holes.  He talked me out of two of the shot up cars on my property - minus all windows - and drug them over the ridge, for further targeting.  He also wants my vandalized F350, so he can practice shooting over the cab, and while sitting in the back.  He also has long range plywood targets with really small holes from his high velocity rifle.  A real gun freak.

The day in my driveway, he started dancing around, jumped behind me, then slammed a cartridge into the empty chamber, just to show he could.  Or as a systematic escalation, psyching himself up for his final move.

I'm not accepting any more neighborly help from him, getting my water hauled out here.

The grass out here in the Eastern Mohave desert is always dry.  There didn't used to be any grass, then we had a couple of rainy summers after I first got here, including a '500 year storm' and that caused the dry grass that's still here.
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