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« Reply #15 on: July 31, 2011, 01:57:30 AM »
Here is another simple thing, it is a PMH.

It is made from coat hanger wire.  I took two pieces of straightened out coat hanger wire and wrapped them around a 8mm shaft so that I would have a uniform space and wind, the one on top has both "arms" left and is wrapped like a toroid with I think 24 gauge wire, about 6 feet.

What is fun is some of the things this does, you can pulse power through it and it will stick a piece of metal to the ends of the two arms, and stay stuck, you can put a piece of large wire through the middle of it and connect your meter up to the ends of the large wire and when you pulse power through the winding you will be able to make a current reading from the straight wire, you can run a magnet along the wire that is wrapping the core and make current, but the thing I think is fun is that when you pulse power into the wire from a battery and set your meter to read DC you will only get one or two strikes showing on the meter from the straight wire, reverse the polarity and then you get another reading,, so in short it will give you an AC reading on every strike but not a DC, parallel wire transformers are not new but this does something a little strange with the flux retentivity.

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« Reply #16 on: August 01, 2011, 04:08:21 AM »
Hi Mr Webby
 You made a catchy thread title. :Simple things: makes me chuckle. Remeninds me of the short commings of human nature if ever there was an oximoron the term Human would be the perfect example. I would like to rename it "runs with head up own ass". Im not reffering to anyone spicific.lol How about some brain food for ya?
 Most people lurk a long time even for years before joining these sites. Im guessing your no different.
  So at some time you might have read about different Juel theif designs.I like the ones that have many repeating teriods. One runs many others off a single AA. Im really bad with names so I dont even try to remember names any more. The guy who holds the record for the number of led lights his set up is pretty cool to he even runs off an earth battery. Little simple things.
  In your quest you most likely have read till your head is ready to explode looking for that nugget. How often you must wonder or consider it is most likely right in front of you in plain sight ,that ever ellusive nugget. After all the best place to hide something is not to hide it all. No one looks for something hidden right in front of their own face.Think of all the really stupid places a person looks for their lost car keys. The lack of success to date would indicate the nugget is too simple and too out in the open for complicated people to find. Not imossible for them but I suspect they will be quite pissed off in the end if they travel a thousand miles to reach the spot next to where they were standing in the first place. Go back to the earlier times of tesla.Understand the Man then you can figure out where to look and what to look for. You wont find it or your keys in the freezer or the toilet or the bird cage. If you want to make it complicated use the direction of technology and economy as a directional keeping in mind they are continually stearing you away from the treasure you seek.Here is an example of the level of simplicity. A gun is just a faster rock, it is smaller then a big rock found on the ground you would throw by hand which is free. If your willing to spend the money and someone is willing to make the gun at a proffit and you can afford the the price for the gun then the gun is good.It how ever will not have a different outcome then the free rock on the ground. Dead is dead. All energy is free, harnessing it is not. Convincing people it is too complex and expensive to make your own power ,priceless.

Too true.

I think I have demonstrated simple observation 1, I think I have simple observation 2 in hand and I am hoping that when these two meet I will have the third and final observation.

Interactions and reactions are frustrating, but maybe they will make sense.

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« Reply #17 on: August 05, 2011, 12:06:57 AM »
I forgot to mention what #2 is.

If you take a bifilar coil with core and hook your meter up to one of the leads that go into the coil and the other meter lead goes to the other coil lead that comes out and you pass a magnet by it you can measure a voltage, so you are measuring across two open ended coils.  I think this is mainly the inter-wire capacitance, but if you take a single wire coil and hook your meter to one of the coil leads and the other meter lead you hook to the core you can still get a voltage reading, using caps and stuff and you can get some current out.


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« Reply #18 on: August 05, 2011, 08:42:34 PM »
I probably should of made the observation earlier that the open ended coil is acting very similar to an antenna, it is just receiving a magnetic wave and not an EM wave.


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« Reply #19 on: August 05, 2011, 09:29:23 PM »
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« Reply #20 on: August 06, 2011, 03:59:33 PM »
Hey FatBird, not sure if I can understand your comments :)

An interesting note on unit 2, when I use the 50 turn coil to drive the rotor the output on the soft metal is in the same polarity as the interaction of the rotor turning.  I need to do some more testing on that but I think it is interesting anyway.

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« Reply #21 on: August 10, 2011, 06:25:51 PM »
I am trying all sorts of arrangements with the metal\copper induction stuff, interesting how the mag field around a wound soft steel wire is not the same as through a solid core, also interesting is how the current still does not behave exactly like conventional electricity.

Anyway, here is another simple thing I made a few years ago, I call it my Dual Rotor Useless Motor :)

It is made from a transformer and two long pole face magnets, they are inside the white plastic tubes.

I removed the sides of the transformer core and then use the transformer as the drive force.  An interesting thing with this motor is that there is not externalized torque, so when you fire it up it just spins up the two counter rotating rotors with no jumping or anything like that.

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« Reply #22 on: August 10, 2011, 06:29:37 PM »
The two black discs are magnets from a couple of VCR drive motors, they are there to help keep the rotors in sync and lessen the clatter coming from my home made gears.  The transformer is powered by the simple brush assembly you see in the first pic and it is running from a capacitive voltage divider to make it easy to flip polarity.

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« Reply #23 on: August 10, 2011, 10:19:10 PM »
Back to the funny generator thingy, it is another interesting note that it seems as if the generation component only happens WITHIN the core, I have placed a small core inside a copper pipe, no output, I have wrapped the core with copper tape, no output but when I place things INSIDE the core I get output from the copper,the core itself always gives an output, interesting.

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« Reply #24 on: August 11, 2011, 12:12:38 AM »
More fun, I took a 2 inch long piece of thick wire (multistranded) wrapped the soft steel wire tightly around it leaving about 1 inch of soft steel wire to fold in half at the end of the wire, took a small wire and connected to the thick wire at the end with the 1 inch piece and connected it to the other end of the soft steel wire, connected a wire to the 1 inch piece and then folded the one inch piece in half.  Connected the meter up to the end of the thick wire and the small wire I attached to the bent end of the soft steel wire, pointed this little thing directly at the rotor and spun and I have current.

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« Reply #25 on: August 12, 2011, 01:50:41 AM »
So on the inside you need straight wire, so far, and on the outside you need to wind it like a coil, stick a steel core in the middle of the soft steel and the output goes up just like a regular coil,, need to either make or find a really small coil that will fit inside the soft steel coil and see if it will work like normal.

Made a hibrid coil  with a copper wire wrapped over the soft steel and with the core you see in the picture at low speed (spinning by hand) I got 30 mA, the strange part is I have no insulation between the soft steel wire and the steel core and when I did have some tape on the steel core it made no difference.  Tried some welding wire from my welder and it worked better but it is such a pain to form I have only tried it as an air core coil.

When I connect a battery up to the coil it will attract or repel the rotor magnets but very weakly, I only have a couple of dozen turns so it would not make a big electromagnet.  When I place another coil on the end of the metal core and pulse it I get an induction reaction out of the soft steel wire, so it is acting very similar to normal wire,, except for that touching the core and not caring about it part.

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« Reply #26 on: August 13, 2011, 01:32:29 AM »
Found a really tiny coil with core, wound a slightly larger soft steel coil to fit over it.  Spinning the rotor past this assembly allowed for induction of the small coil, so a coil of wire works inside and outside as well as a straight wire works on the inside, so does a copper pipe but they do not work on the outside.

Just for the fun of it I put a metal core inside my roll of soft steel wire, the roll is about 5 inches across 2 inches thick and has about a 2 inch hole in the middle where I stuck a piece of pip for the core, gently rotated a long bar magnet over the end and got about 2.5 to 3.5 mA at about 1 rps.

Started testing lots of things to see if they also get induced and as funny as it may seem not all things that are attracted to a magnet conduct, including some spring metals.

I am thinking of trying a multi-layer soft steel coil around a normal coil and firing it off at TDC in repulsion.


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« Reply #27 on: August 14, 2011, 07:09:13 AM »
P.U.I
Posting Under the Influence.

So for the last few days I have been trying to prove my observations wrong, applying mathematics and theorems and all that but I still can not get a solution, well actually I always try to prove myself wrong and when I cant I move forward with what is strange.

What I think I am seeing is the edge of the overlap between conventional EM and what is actually there, all of my tests do not allow for the current values I am getting with either meter, so the chances of having a meter error are small since they both show the same thing.

My conclusions at this point are that the thing we call electricity has at *least* two values of exchange, one being conventional and one not, one being on the surface and one being within the conducting element.

To date I have been focused on trying to use normal values and reactions, ones that my meters can read but maybe it is time to start and search for those other values and reactions, interactions between fixed forces and the rest of the world.

Why did Ed L. have his chain fall and stuff on top of the ??transformer?? on top of the axle tube going into the ground, and why did he have that large chain hooked to the backside of the other ??transformer?? on the piece of wood being bound under the tension of the leaf spring?

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« Reply #28 on: August 17, 2011, 05:49:06 PM »
Still trying different things and wondering why I am getting voltage readings with usually no amperage but from time to time I can get amperage, with no moving parts that is, playing with coils, magnets and soft steel wire.  Soft steel wire seems to be able to make a lot of current with less drag but not so much in the voltage,, yet.  Another thing is that when I utilize an earth ground the readings get bigger.

and now for something completely different,  what if you viewed the universe as a simple viscous medium instead of Space\Time thing.  If the universe was full of some universal stuff that everything moved through and in then you would not need mass to warp space, the presence of the mass would increase the viscosity of the local area with a gradient away from that area out into an "open" area so you would have things bending as they went by the local event, you would have things slowing down in their natural oscillation the more viscous the medium became and all sorts of other things.  To me this is a much simpler method than all those formulas and stuff.

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« Reply #29 on: August 20, 2011, 08:23:20 AM »
Keeping it simple,,,

Here is a pic of a stepper motor that takes less power to run *while* taking power out, when will this change?????

A core is a catalyst, it will give the winding an input IN the correct orientation and in a very short pulse if you simply understand that.

SOOO I am using unit 2 to make a motor,, so far so interesting.

pic one is of exploded stepper motor, pic two is of unit 2.

The motor is a wave guide setup where one coil can interact with as many poles as desired.

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