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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #24 on: April 27, 2009, 00:48:04 am »
Do Not Get the wrong ideal about the perpetual magnet holder. The unit Traps electromagnetic energy In its core when an iron is placed ontop. When power is removed the, "Core" remains magnetized. You would think that because the core remained magnetized that there would be current flowing threw the coils. This is not true based on the knowledge i have got.

Based on my learnings, it is the E core thats amazing, it can loop magnetics. My first thought was to put a amp meter between the coils after you removed power, i later learned the amp meter would have read 0 which is why i never constructed this unit. I was under the impresion that each coil was exchaning a resonant current, i was wrong.
http://keelynet.com/energy/emery.htm
Ampere meter shows 6 amps continuously.

I think it works like a normal 1:1 transformer:
The load on the secondary being the primary.
As per lenz law, when secondary is loaded, primary needs to deliver more power to secondary as magnetic energy.
At the same time, secondary feeds the primary the required power as current, so the electrical current remains circulating. Like a feed forward loop.

@dankie
ok wait I make a schematic drawing of the first vid.

That's an old photo, i've seen it already. There isn't any wires going to the amp meter, its like "They guy thinks if you set the meter ontop the magentics will give reading."

go to Hiyaq and download the video, "This time watch it all the way threw."

You can unhook the coils, and still, "Still the magnetic field "Remains" ."
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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #25 on: April 27, 2009, 01:49:14 am »
something like this
555 pulser is schematically drawn.

too bad he doesnt show input power usage, perhaps the same story applies:
voltage pulses separating neutrinos into positrons and electrons in the cap.

Btw, it looks exactly like meyer's vic, without the bridge rectifier and 1 core instead of 2 separate.
Maybe it is important only that the 2 chokes share a single core.

So I see that the transformer is conncted to 1 wire of coil A and to 1 wire of coil B , load is connected to other wires of A and B .

I have zoomed in and it seems to me like the coil is 1:1 from what I can see , seems like same wire size and same width/thickness

This is what I can see .

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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #26 on: April 27, 2009, 03:23:32 am »
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So what is he doing with that primary ?

Hooking both negative and positive of his primary ??

Everybody must analyse this video ... What is he pulsing ,with what ? ... I'm confused , and how is he hooking up that primary .

dankie what do you think the positve is connecting to in figure 10-3...  49axxx49n  is a signal being created in primary winding.. that signal itself will not transfer itself by induction i dont think.. the signal in the cell is being created by its interaction with primary winding.. the primary is getting a analog pulse on the positive side of the vic while there is a transistor gating the frequency (cycles) on the negative gound side... the analog positve signal also has a gate occuring matching the negative sides..  together they form the ramp positve pulse and the frequency gate.. the ramp pulse us one solid pulse that can ramp up to 12 volts max...  while the ramping pulse is steady the frequency keeps isolating ground from the transformer.. while the analog doesnt gate off until the peak of its pulse.. the positive choke is either before or after the negative frequency gate.. i think the choke hooked to the primary will superimpose onto primary during frequency gate off time when gate is open i think the choke is gating current into the water. at about .001 amps... since the stainless helps to restrict amp flow as well as the water.. so i think he managed to make the cell like a transistor.

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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #27 on: April 27, 2009, 04:02:51 am »
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So what is he doing with that primary ?

Hooking both negative and positive of his primary ??

Everybody must analyse this video ... What is he pulsing ,with what ? ... I'm confused , and how is he hooking up that primary .

dankie what do you think the positve is connecting to in figure 10-3...  49axxx49n  is a signal being created in primary winding.. that signal itself will not transfer itself by induction i dont think.. the signal in the cell is being created by its interaction with primary winding.. the primary is getting a analog pulse on the positive side of the vic while there is a transistor gating the frequency (cycles) on the negative gound side... the analog positve signal also has a gate occuring matching the negative sides..  together they form the ramp positve pulse and the frequency gate.. the ramp pulse us one solid pulse that can ramp up to 12 volts max...  while the ramping pulse is steady the frequency keeps isolating ground from the transformer.. while the analog doesnt gate off until the peak of its pulse.. the positive choke is either before or after the negative frequency gate.. i think the choke hooked to the primary will superimpose onto primary during frequency gate off time when gate is open i think the choke is gating current into the water. at about .001 amps... since the stainless helps to restrict amp flow as well as the water.. so i think he managed to make the cell like a transistor.

Make a diagram of what you mean .

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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #28 on: April 27, 2009, 12:37:51 pm »
im seeing somthin like this..

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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #29 on: April 27, 2009, 19:42:23 pm »
I`m sorry outlaw but that doesnt make any sense to me .

You need to communicate your ideas better .

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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #30 on: April 28, 2009, 00:06:37 am »
the chokes are going to maintain there voltage threw inductance but during off time the negative side and positve side primary become isolated.. during on time every time it gates on on the negative side it is allowing current flow in the primary and in the chokes.. the chokes are resistive to amp flow since curent has to cross the water and the primary lags by 90 degress by gating chokes on and off to ground it is allowing voltage from chokes to supierimpose across primary during gate off ...  the primary and choke is being controlled by the same gate that is isolating them...  can you explain signal 49axxx49n from your perspective? what makes that signal.. everytime i read it im comprehending a variable voltage amplitude being applied to  one side of primary in analog form while the other side has a gate and a duty cycle matching the analog creating  the freqency occuring during analog pulse.. so the combination of them in that formation across the primary he defines as 49axxx49n.. that signal has no afilation with copper secondary and on every example  of bifilar choke it shows the positive choke being connected to 49axxx49n and ground.. if someone could please give me there perspective on that signal that contradicts what i see please share?

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Re: Scalar wave study
« Reply #31 on: April 28, 2009, 14:16:17 pm »
So I see that the transformer is conncted to 1 wire of coil A and to 1 wire of coil B , load is connected to other wires of A and B .

I have zoomed in and it seems to me like the coil is 1:1 from what I can see , seems like same wire size and same width/thickness

This is what I can see .
Exactly, the small coil has 2 coils wound 1:1 on a toroidal core; load being the cap.
It seems to be exactly what Meyer has.

If someone has the components, try this simple setup:
a 555 timer or any other variable timer, a mosfet/transistor to pulse power through to the mot, a mot (microwave transformer) and two separate (instead of a single core) audio chokes (have seen 10H), and of course a water cell.
Can't get any simpler.

"Do it yourself  "
I agree, but I can't.