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Author Topic: Free Energy from Antenna  (Read 10834 times)

Offline bbbaty

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Free Energy from Antenna
« on: October 06, 2011, 04:53:49 AM »
Hi All,

Did anyone here listen to the Art Bell show a few years back when he discovered electricity coming from his ham antenna array? The way the story goes, and I was listening that night, is that be built a new antenna array and when he tried to make the connection inside his radio room, he was knocked down by a large blue charge coming from the antenna.

Please do a search for the explicit details, but there was something like 1/4 mile of #2 wire suspended about 80 feet high. Some people suggested that it was a static charge and asked if it was windy when he received the jolt and others wondered if it was perhaps a solar flare or simply a short from another source. Art denied any of this phenomena and stated that he put a volt meter on the load and had a constant 350 volts, 24 hours a day, rain or shine, windy or calm and with no regards to solar activity.

Art's story seems to compare with the details of Tesla's tower pulling power from the air and also the shock Ben Franklin got when flying a kite using wire for the kite string. Ben was not in a lightning storm as assumed but in broad daylight.

Anyway, Art contacted the power company and they told him they had trouble with their own "static" electricity and offered him the wholesale price for his electricity! I was wondering why couldn't one run the 350 volts through a solar charge controller which would be connected to a solar battery array and then to the inverter which would run one's own household?

Art didn't mention the amps but 350 volts and a big blue spark seems to be as much electricity as people are getting from wind generators, perhaps a lot more since it comes in 24 hours a day?

I am wondering what any of you think about this idea. Wouldn't this be free energy? I don't have room to build an antenna but perhaps some of you do? Someone on the forum may even already have a sufficient antenna?

All the best,

Bill

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Free Energy from Antenna
« on: October 06, 2011, 04:53:49 AM »

Offline nightlife

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Re: Free Energy from Antenna
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2011, 07:23:12 AM »
 Art had a revelation. Looking at his land, and the vast amount of open space available to him he said to himself, "Why not build an antenna. Heck, why not build the biggest damn antenna in the world." And so, as with so many of Art's ideas throughout his life, his antenna began a reality. Right now, near his house, Art has the pleasure of tuning in and transmitting to the world courtesy of a 1000-foot Giant Loop Antenna.

The construction of the Antenna is a marvel in itself. In order to get the antenna to the right height, Art contracted a crew to put six 65-foot high poles around the perimeter of his yard. Using a series of pulleys and guy-wires, the crew then ran ten gauge insulated copper wire from one pole to the next. I asked Art about the most distant signal he received, he said "there is no farthest. I can tune in the world."

And that's the magic of Art's world. He can tune in the world. Through his mastery of Ham radio, Art can talk with Ham operators in Russia, China, South Africa, South America - truly anywhere in the world. Art finds that when you talk with people around the world, you might be "surprised to find that most people really aren't that interested in talking about the US. They're more interested in their own lives, and in the hobby itself. A lot of the conversations are just about radio."

But there's more to Art's antenna than just amazing reception, there's also a powerful, even dangerous anomaly at work. Soon after the antenna went up, Art put his hand to it and, well, as he put it, "I had the crap shocked out of me. . . several times." Somehow that enormous antenna, free from any connections to a power source, was generating 350 volts. "There's no wind," Art says, "and it's not static generated." The power company couldn't give him any answers, and the only way to get rid of the voltage before it ruined Art's equipment - or really hurt someone - was to take it to ground. "I drove eight-foot rods into the ground . . . and finally got rid of the voltage. It's very curious. Where is the power coming from? It's coming from . . . I don't know where. It is coming from the differential between the sky and the earth? I don't know . . ."

http://www.ccrane.com/library/art-bell.11.19.02.aspx

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Re: Free Energy from Antenna
« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2011, 07:32:06 AM »
The thirteen white poles above are 75 feet high. They support a two-wire loop antenna with a 1595-foot circumference. Because there are two vertically-spaced horizontal loops, the poles support 3190-feet of antenna wire. The tower at the rear on the right-hand side supports rotatable HF log-periodic and VHF antennas.

http://www.smeter.net/w6obb/antenna-farm.php

Offline ratul

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Re: Free Energy from Antenna
« Reply #3 on: October 06, 2011, 09:05:51 PM »
I'm a HAM, working with HF Spectrum. Often i found sparking activities on HF- inverted "V" Antenna's feeder wire, that specially on storm season. I lit up CFL, neon etc.. But that happens 1-2 day(s) (duration:approx.5-10 min) every year.
I guess "Free Energy from Antenna" project is suitable for Low-Humidity area. It will be very helpful if everyone share their experience from various location.

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Re: Free Energy from Antenna
« Reply #4 on: November 24, 2017, 05:48:09 AM »
A simulation of AM reception from an aerial powering two inductive loads and recharging a battery...

http://is.gd/aerialpower

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Re: Free Energy from Antenna
« Reply #4 on: November 24, 2017, 05:48:09 AM »
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