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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on June 29, 2024, 21:14:49 pm »
Water become a source of electrons if the energy com from inside of it

While we are pouring energy in is actually in capacitive way

As I tried to point some time ago when water generate energy from inside the electrons come from the negative plate and so oxygen is generated ate the opposite electrode at least in theory

In one of the lectures Stan clearly stated that is all about the movement and deflection of electrons

Therefore for example we have very high ac field and we short the coil in itself at point of zero voltage the cel starts to output ac! So the cell output depend on the energy inside and how it’s going to be discharged
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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on June 29, 2024, 08:00:17 am »
The wfc is a very leaky capacitor. End of story.

I remember Stan stating that if you achieve a voltage doubling on the wfc, then you are doing as he was doing at that time.
With other words: VIC/Transformer output is 24V, then by resonance, you should measure more then 24v on the wfc.
Thats plain old school resonance. Thats the X degrees out of Phase thing.
Voltage first, then amps come.
You charge the wfc capacitor.
The power consumed are the leaky losses...
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The water in the fuel cell is a steam bath. Corresponds to earth grounding.
Water grounding = earth grounding
Water is a source of electrons.
A capacitor cannot be a source of electrons.
The fuel cell must be made to be both a capacitor for resonance and a resistor, which in principle it already is.
The deposit on the cathode of the fuel cell (calcite layer) during training is what makes it a capacitor.
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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on June 29, 2024, 00:19:54 am »
On this drawings you can see what is going inside the cell according to the fields present..


There are two electric fields one being the dc one being the induction flux field in circular direction and the last is the magnetic field alternating

The dc field cause a lateral force while the induction field cause a radial force

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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on June 28, 2024, 22:24:51 pm »
Higher frequencies need much less turns on the Vic

The Vic I designed as for 10khz 100v

Would require maybe 4 turns to work at this higher frequencies maybe less

Or would need a higher applied voltage

Pegaps now I need a even higher voltage

And maybe even more magnetic field

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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on June 28, 2024, 17:45:08 pm »
Yes indeed!

For me it’s even simply a resistor when out of tune

The voltage across it depends on the turns ratio and coupling of the input transformer and voltage input of course

And plus’s the resonance can sum with it

I never seeing before cell resistance get higher with frequency it should be the opposite since is a capacitor

So I guess what happens is that the magnetic field makes the cell behave as a motor generator with the input dc as the power in moving


The higher speed it spin the lower the current that can goes in

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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on June 28, 2024, 09:22:25 am »
The wfc is a very leaky capacitor. End of story.

I remember Stan stating that if you achieve a voltage doubling on the wfc, then you are doing as he was doing at that time.
With other words: VIC/Transformer output is 24V, then by resonance, you should measure more then 24v on the wfc.
Thats plain old school resonance. Thats the X degrees out of Phase thing.
Voltage first, then amps come.
You charge the wfc capacitor.
The power consumed are the leaky losses...
You follow me here?
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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on June 28, 2024, 07:44:00 am »
The rolled capacitor may have a high resonance frequencies and it may be behaving as a open ended transmission line in the sense that it will look like a short circuit to the input and its ends are open circuit

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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on June 28, 2024, 00:13:39 am »
Intense day of testing today

Seems water resistance dropped a little may be because the superglue is being scraped out from the electrodes by the hot water and improving electrode area not glued over this glue was needed to make the helical separator

The water seem to heat a lot while the power in it seem really small

At 180khz I found the resistance can reach much higher levels like 30kohm

But don’t generate any much gas

I’m getting now much more gas at lower like 10,5khz

It seem this is actually hiring the resonance from  higher frequency because at 100khz there is a resonance and at 189 stat to rise again but my pll is limited to that

I think this is strange as they should resonate at calculated 10khz

This other resonance could be the self resonance of the dual  foil capacitor that is  built into the cell coil assembly bellow the secondary that is stil not connected by the way

First I wanted to find what would only this part of the system work

Got some very strong zapings from messing around with coil and variable resistor and cavity length

Didnt noticed any change at all on waveform changing the length of the cavity for now

Ah and talking about the characteristics of the bubbles it’s just like a very milk behavior very tiny and seems some are charged because they form a big bubble and attach to the acrylic and can’t go up

Is just rain water



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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on June 27, 2024, 14:41:31 pm »
Creating a wormhole, a hypothetical passage through spacetime that could create shortcuts for long journeys across the universe, is currently beyond our technological and scientific capabilities. The concept of wormholes comes from solutions to the equations of general relativity, but there are significant theoretical and practical challenges that make their creation highly speculative.

### Theoretical Background
1. **Einstein-Rosen Bridge**: The first theoretical model of a wormhole was proposed by Albert Einstein and Nathan Rosen in 1935, known as the Einstein-Rosen bridge. It connects two separate points in spacetime, but these connections are unstable and collapse too quickly for anything to pass through.
   
2. **Traversable Wormholes**: Later, physicist Kip Thorne and his colleagues proposed the concept of a traversable wormhole, which would be stable enough for matter to travel through. This would require:
   - **Exotic Matter**: Matter with negative energy density and pressure, violating known energy conditions. Such exotic matter has not been observed in nature, and its existence remains purely theoretical.

### Challenges
1. **Energy Requirements**: The amount of exotic matter or negative energy required to stabilize a wormhole would be immense, potentially greater than the energy contained in entire stars or galaxies.
   
2. **Stability**: Wormholes, if they exist, might be prone to collapse upon the slightest perturbation, making them impractical for travel.
   
3. **Causality Violations**: Wormholes could lead to paradoxes, such as closed timelike curves, where cause and effect could become looped, violating causality principles.

### Current Scientific Status
1. **Theoretical Studies**: Researchers continue to study the mathematics of wormholes, often using concepts from quantum field theory, general relativity, and string theory.
   
2. **Negative Energy**: Experiments involving the Casimir effect have demonstrated negative energy densities on a small scale, but harnessing and scaling this up to the level required for a wormhole is far from current capabilities.

3. **Quantum Gravity**: Understanding and unifying general relativity with quantum mechanics might provide new insights into the nature of spacetime and the potential for wormholes.

### Popular Culture vs. Reality
Wormholes are a popular concept in science fiction, often depicted as stable, traversable tunnels that allow for instant travel across vast distances. However, these depictions are purely speculative and not grounded in our current understanding of physics.

### Conclusion
While the idea of creating a wormhole is fascinating and serves as an intriguing topic for theoretical physics and science fiction, it remains firmly in the realm of speculation. The theoretical and practical challenges are immense, and there is no known method to create or stabilize a wormhole with our current technology and understanding of the universe.

In summary, making a wormhole is an exciting concept but one that is far beyond our current scientific and technological reach. Researchers continue to explore the fundamental properties of spacetime, which might one day shed light on whether wormholes could be feasible.

The concept of using a wormhole to travel through time, as well as space, is a fascinating but highly theoretical idea. If a wormhole could be created and manipulated to connect two points in spacetime, the time travel aspect would depend on several variables. Here's a breakdown of the factors involved:

### Key Variables
1. **Wormhole Length (Spatial Distance)**: The spatial distance between the two mouths of the wormhole in our universe.
2. **Relative Motion**: The relative velocities of the two wormhole mouths. If one mouth moves relative to the other, time dilation effects (from special relativity) come into play.
3. **Gravitational Fields**: The strength and configuration of gravitational fields near each mouth. Strong gravitational fields can cause significant time dilation (from general relativity).
4. **Synchronization**: How the clocks at each mouth are synchronized at the time the wormhole is created.

### Example Scenario: Stationary Wormhole
If you open a wormhole between two points in space (let’s call them Mouth A and Mouth B) that are stationary relative to each other and in the same gravitational field, then:
- **Length**: The spatial distance through the wormhole.
- **Travel Time**: In this simplified scenario, if the wormhole is traversable instantly (or nearly instantly), the traveler would experience negligible time difference when moving through the wormhole. There would be no significant time travel effect.

### Example Scenario: Moving Mouths (Time Travel)
If Mouth A is stationary and Mouth B is moved at a high velocity relative to Mouth A, relativistic effects cause time dilation:
1. **Relative Velocity (v)**: Mouth B moves at a significant fraction of the speed of light (c). The faster it moves, the greater the time dilation effect.
2. **Duration of Motion (t)**: The duration for which Mouth B moves at this velocity. Longer durations result in more significant time dilation.

#### Calculation using Special Relativity
To understand the time difference, you can use the time dilation formula from special relativity:
\[ t' = \frac{t}{\sqrt{1 - \frac{v^2}{c^2}}} \]
where \( t \) is the proper time experienced by the stationary mouth, \( v \) is the velocity of the moving mouth, and \( c \) is the speed of light.

### Combining Special and General Relativity
In more complex scenarios involving significant gravitational fields:
- **Gravitational Time Dilation**: Near a strong gravitational source (like a black hole), time moves slower. This effect can be calculated using general relativity principles.

### Time Travel Outcome
When the moving mouth (Mouth B) returns to its initial position near Mouth A:
- **Future Travel**: If you travel through the wormhole from Mouth A to Mouth B, and Mouth B has experienced less time due to high velocity, you effectively travel into the future of Mouth A's frame.
- **Past Travel**: Conversely, if you travel from Mouth B back to Mouth A, you would appear in Mouth A’s past relative to Mouth B’s experienced time.

### Example with Numbers
Assume Mouth B moves at 0.8c (80% of the speed of light) for 10 years (in Mouth A’s frame):
\[ t' = \frac{10 \text{ years}}{\sqrt{1 - 0.8^2}} \approx 16.67 \text{ years} \]
So, if you traverse the wormhole from A to B after 10 years, you’d arrive at B 16.67 years in the future relative to A’s time frame. If you go back through the wormhole, you would appear 6.67 years into A’s past relative to B’s time.

### Summary
The time travel effect using a wormhole depends on:
- The relative velocity of the wormhole mouths.
- The gravitational fields around the wormhole mouths.
- The duration for which the relative motion or gravitational influence is applied.

This scenario remains hypothetical and speculative, as creating and manipulating wormholes, as well as managing the necessary exotic matter and energies, is far beyond current scientific capabilities.

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Sebosfato / Re: My new approach
« Last post by Login to see usernames on June 27, 2024, 14:35:22 pm »
I was thinking if we could open a wormhole to the same space we are going to be looking into the past so may be possible to see at least ancient history and civilizations

The difference in time will be proportional to the length of the wormhole and the speed we cross it

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