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Re: Stan's Resonant Frequency
« Reply #80 on: January 08, 2011, 00:02:28 am »
When we tested Stans plate cell,the limiting factor for power was the vari-ac.It is only rated for 5 amps.If you turned up the voltage much over 80 volts out of the vari-ac,it would pull 5 amps.I never seen what the voltage to the cell was at that power level.Didn't test it that much.Remeber,this is not a resonance cell,only an amp restricting one.Which it does do.It allows you to apply more voltage with less amps.The true resonance cell didn't come about until later.
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« Reply #81 on: January 08, 2011, 18:56:38 pm »
yea Ive tested my set up which is identical to Stan's plate setup and the voltage at the cell is that same as what the panel voltmeter displays. In my current setup Im just using much bigger chokes, 2.8H each, and Im getting resonance and at resonance Im getting a much larger voltage across the cell than what Im applying, just as Stan says you should and the amps are being restricted to less than 60mA.

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Re: Stan's Resonant Frequency
« Reply #82 on: January 08, 2011, 21:38:46 pm »
Hello All

I just found the equation for the acceleration of a particle in an electric field.

a=E*q/m

a= acceleration
E= electric field = Volts/meter
q= charge of the particle
m= mass of the particle

Now we just need to find the resistance against the movements of the ion, and the relativistic limit to find the exact frequency to match the movement of the particles...

If you apply 1v in a capacitor having 1meter of distance between its plates, you have an electric field of 1v/meter.

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Re: Stan's Resonant Frequency
« Reply #83 on: January 08, 2011, 21:59:34 pm »
If you really want to know what is taking place in the WFC, I highly recommend you download this PDF of an unpublished book that Andrija Puharich wrote. He gives the science behind what is taking place, which Stan could not do. Stan took Puharich's idea and took it to the next level. Start reading around page 195.
http://www.globalkast.com/docs/Andrija_Puharich_-_Elf_Magnetic_Model_of_Matter_and_Mind.pdf

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« Reply #84 on: January 09, 2011, 17:02:45 pm »
hello Tony,
This thread is very interesting information, thanks for sharing!
I was wondering if you have tried to increase the voltage before the varriac, like by using an average 120volt to 240volt step up transformer?

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« Reply #85 on: January 09, 2011, 17:55:10 pm »
My variac is 120v but its like due to the impedance of the chokes it only allows the voltage to reach around 10vdc input but the output is over 400vac. Another strange thing I've found is that the plate size doesn't matter, I've tested with  a plate set 4" x 6" with 1mm spacing and I've also test with a plate set 1" x 1" with 1mm spacing. I get resonance at the same frequency and the same voltages, but the on the smaller plate set I get more gas output. This could be due to the smaller plate area which would have more voltage per square inch? what I mean by this is that with the 1x1 (Area = 1 square inch) cell you will have 400v per square inch and with the 4x6 (Area = 24 square inches) cell you will have 16.7v per square inch.

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Re: Stan's Resonant Frequency
« Reply #86 on: January 09, 2011, 18:49:19 pm »
ohh ok, so its not that simple haha.Thats really interesting that you hit resonance at the same frequency with different size plates.

As for the smaller plate set producing more gas, i think your correct about the voltage per square inch. Stan stated that the voltage could become so high that water and the gas produced could no longer enter and leave the plates fast enough. Maybe the only reason to go with bigger plates would be because of that reason. It would be cool to see a few small sets of plates or tubes in parallel. The next time i get home from school i think i'm going to try to build the 8XA circuit and see for myself

ps. i came across your website yesterday, it has tons of great imformation all in one place!