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Author Topic: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics  (Read 25536 times)

Offline Omnibus

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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
« Reply #15 on: January 06, 2011, 01:58:20 AM »
Seems to me Marko Rodin is onto the very fabric behind our universe.

The geometry of energy fields points clearly towards the vortex concept.

Just look at anything, from atomic spin structures to galaxies.

Thus OU-like effects are very likely to relate to the ever present vortex geometry.

Omnibus, I take the liberty to remind you that we are here to keep doors open.

Gwandau

That's fine, I'm all for that. But the discourse should be reasonable. Just seeming analogies aren't enough to convince a scientific mind that there is anything pointing to the fabric of our universe in those ideas. That's what I'm getting at. Pure mathematical constructs are just one side of the issue but without predictive power which can be tested experimentally they are worthless even if these constructs constitute a beautiful structure in themselves.

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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
« Reply #16 on: January 06, 2011, 03:47:46 AM »
Omnibus,

I totally agree, theory is of course secondary to real experiments.

But there are two road towards discoveries.

One road starts with a theory that dawns upon ones mind, call it intuition.

Any theory is worthless without being backed up by experimental proof, of course.

The other road is the incidental discovery through experiments, which thereafter
needs a theoretic sceleton to make sense.

What Marko Rodin has found seems genuine and novel, since his ideas are not based
upon any mathematical construct as such, but are directly relating to sequential values
repeating themselves again and again indefinitely.

I just mean that this unprecedented approach to numerical values seems to unveil
uncharted realms of knowledge, which may initiate intriguing experiments.

Additionally his toroidial coil construct is expressing a very interesting "noise free"
electromagnetic surrounding, which eliminates any need for shielding as in common windings.

Gwandau


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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
« Reply #17 on: January 06, 2011, 04:25:23 AM »
I agree. Toroidal coils exhibit very interesting properties. Case in point -- Steorn's experiments. I don't know what the additional aspect the Rodin coil brings in that can supplement what we already know about this type of coils such as the confinement of the field within the coil, eliminating the need to shield it from the surroundings. That can only be established experimentally and I don't see for the time being how the numerical approach provides evidence for any new, hitherto unknown but real behavior of these coils.

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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
« Reply #18 on: January 06, 2011, 05:57:03 AM »
I get my little pulse motor running up around 10000 RPM on 1.2 watts using a rodin coil. I have not been able to achieve the same results on any other coil & the rodins use a very small % of copper in comparison. So that in itself is worthy of investigation IMHO purely from the cost saving benefit alone.


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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
« Reply #19 on: January 06, 2011, 06:13:23 AM »
I get my little pulse motor running up around 10000 RPM on 1.2 watts using a rodin coil. I have not been able to achieve the same results on any other coil & the rodins use a very small % of copper in comparison. So that in itself is worthy of investigation IMHO purely from the cost saving benefit alone.

Definitely. Isn't there a way to carry out proper power balance measurement on your motor? I'd be most willing to help in that, if you don't have DSO and adequate probes. Would you care to mention where you're located if you decide I can be of any help (or maybe send me a pm)?

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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
« Reply #20 on: January 06, 2011, 06:48:53 AM »
I think others have got better results than me. I can charge a cap pretty fast using another rodin coil as a pu to 60 plus volts but I think the amps are in the micro range. I had to google DSO which should give you some understanding of my exp :) I do have a USB digi scope ( I'm assuming it's not deep sea oils or distinguished service order, not that I have those DSO either )) I'm in Melb Australia . Russ from the rodin coil disc group posted an interesting vid today. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cs5ZpCgHoo not sure what power consumption is but I can't imagine it would be that high given his setup.

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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
« Reply #21 on: January 06, 2011, 06:52:18 AM »
I think others have got better results than me. I can charge a cap pretty fast using another rodin coil as a pu to 60 plus volts but I think the amps are in the micro range. I had to google DSO which should give you some understanding of my exp :) I do have a USB digi scope ( I'm assuming it's not deep sea oils or distinguished service order, not that I have those DSO either )) I'm in Melb Australia . Russ from the rodin coil disc group posted an interesting vid today. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cs5ZpCgHoo not sure what power consumption is but I can't imagine it would be that high given his setup.

Microamps would be a problem, indeed. Is it both input and output amps?

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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
« Reply #22 on: January 06, 2011, 07:09:32 AM »
Microamps would be a problem, indeed. Is it both input and output amps?
input is 100ma haven't successfully measured output. I can dimly light a 6v torch bulb. It slows the rotor but die not draw extra current

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« Reply #23 on: January 06, 2011, 07:18:40 AM »
input is 100ma haven't successfully measured output. I can dimly light a 6v torch bulb. It slows the rotor but die not draw extra current

I see. That needs to be studied, though. Wonder if the current adapters would do any good to measure microamps correctly (they are pretty expensive, though)? Something has to be done to have proper quantitative data taken for this motor. Can you try someone at the local university? I've gone along that route and got into a dead-end, which made me go ahead and buy my own stuff, but still it's worth trying in view of the importance of these measurements.

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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
« Reply #24 on: January 07, 2011, 01:49:14 PM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGmr-CU3-E0 my latest tinkerings with the rodin coil with a RC gen coil.

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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
« Reply #25 on: January 16, 2011, 07:43:33 AM »
Seems like quite the conversation hasn't taken place since I last left. Well, some big developments with the math has unfolded. From my own experience, with everything is accelerating so is the understanding of the math.

But let me stop using the word math. Vortex mathematics is really just intrinsic pattern. It is the very nature of pattern itself. The number circle we use is nothing more then a color wheel. And this pattern is inherent in our very being. What I have discovered with my experience in vortex mathematics is how the universe flows. And I breath it. I dance it. I live it. And when I mean I dance it, I know how to create these flows with my body and movement (poi!). It is superconductive movement. It is dynamic Tai Chi.

Well, my big development is this Triadic Coil system, and how three different number maps (the 6 x 6 matrices I talked about earlier) form together to create 3D space ie light. Each of those number maps are essentially the 2D dimension and incorporates the 2nd axis as electric. The 1st dimension then would be magnetic. The 3rd dimension incorporates all three electric pathways, each 120 degrees out of phase, like Tesla understood.

What all this is, is the nature of geometry and potential interweaving and growing together. Pure pattern. I've been able to connect some of these patterns directly with the Mayan Calendar such as finding a 13 note musical scale interwoven into the Fibonacci sequence.

And for the beauty of beauties.
Take a look at the Photo of the Day on Coast 2 Coast AM (The Triad). This is the geometry I was just talking about.
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/photo/category/photo-of-the-day

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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
« Reply #26 on: October 16, 2014, 05:16:57 AM »
Claiming to want to make this open source why are there no tutorials on winding the toroid??? I have looked at all their released information and there is nothing. The one that spins the magnetic ball would be a good start.....

Obviously the interwound coils are on the same plane and yours is not.


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Re: Advancements in Vortex Mathematics
« Reply #27 on: April 18, 2015, 08:33:11 PM »
Hi GregorArturo. Your theory sounds very interesting. I'm wondering what your theory on what the photon is.

 

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