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Re: Stan Meyer effect ?
« Reply #16 on: August 24, 2009, 23:26:10 pm »
Xc must be smaller than Xl, so it's an impedance mismatch between chokes and wfc, agree? But this is also frequency dependent.
Bt why are they matched early on in the brief?
RF occurs as spikes during the edges (puharich).

And still, reflection (RF spikes reflected back from wfc to chokes) keeps entering my mind.  :P
Voltage is seen then, but no power is absorbed by wfc.
something like that, forgot it a bit because of the twisted stuff lately.

Alan is right, Dankie.

Do you know what happens if you use a pulsing circuit on a WFC in the water?