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Offline NickZ

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #45 on: September 24, 2016, 07:28:47 PM »
      Except for this one:
   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrvAvp_dmlU

       You asked: "Do you speak Russian, NickZ?   My Mom had very distant East European ancestors, and a few were Russian.   However, I don't speak the language, and furthermore, there was no wiring schematic to accompany the video.   It looked like a typical Kapanadze setup to me.   Kapanadze generators generally comprise a spark gap inside the circuitry, as an overall rule.   That could be the overriding 'overunity' factor, IMHO.   That's what I've seen in Kapanadze schem"
                                                                                                                                         end quote.

    No.  I don't speak Russian, but after watching as many Russian videos as I have, I'm starting to get a feel for where they're coming from, in their explanations, as well as their knowledge. As so, also applying their open minded ideas (such as open systems for self running devices) to our everyday life. 
  My father was from the old Yugoslavia, same as Tesla, and I picked up on some of their ways of thinking, also.

   In the video above there is NO spark gap, at least that can be seen or shown in the schematics that have been posted.
And therefore, no ozone smell being released into the air, nor noise from a HV spark gap, etz...
And, it can still produce as much or more output than any other solid state (no moving parts), self runner shown to date.

   The reason that I post and discuss that particular video, on this wireless/single wire transfer of energy thread, is to show that we may not really need to transfer electricity wirelessly, at all.  As that type of device can be made and used in your house, and connected to the normal circuit breakers, (unplugged from the grid), and needing no higher man made type of input source to transfer the juice, wirelessly, to any remote location, nor on a  single wire to a load needing a ground connection.
It doesn't even have a "ground connection".  So...  how's all that possible.
  That's my question.  And so,  I'm working towards something similar in the Dally Thread.

  Hopefully some day we'll be able to buy something like that, only further perfected, improved, and boxed up, even on Ebay, Amazon, or at the store next door. Free shipping from China $99.    Just joking,,,  or am I?

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #45 on: September 24, 2016, 07:28:47 PM »

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #46 on: September 25, 2016, 12:59:00 AM »

The reason that I post and discuss that particular video, on this wireless/single wire transfer of energy thread, is to show that we may not really need to transfer electricity wirelessly, at all.  As that type of device can be made and used in your house, and connected to the normal circuit breakers, (unplugged from the grid), and needing no higher man made type of input source to transfer the juice, wirelessly, to any remote location, nor on a  single wire to a load needing a ground connection.


I think also. However this is not a topic. I would like to improve the single wire and wireless transmission of energy.
You bring here a theory, and in the end you tell me it does not make sense?
 
Otherwise, I would be happy that the video that you show it, there are all the information in order to make a replica?

spg


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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #47 on: September 25, 2016, 01:48:05 AM »
  SPG:  Try to understand where I'm coming from.
 
   How will you "improve" a very limited device? Will it be more efficient than using the grid source, better output, less expensive, portable, what?  What you are seeing is what you'll get, that's it and that all.  An inefficient way to light a bulb.
   
   Partially lighting a 100w bulb a few feet away, by an exciter field, while studying the near field results. Ok, good, but,  if you were to do the input to output measurements, you'll see how fairly inefficient wireless or single wire transmission really is.
Nor will it self run, and needs an input source, while providing less output (in lumin) levels than the input energy used to bring that about. It's not an open circuit obtaining energy from the ambient, and feeding it back to the input, either.
   
   Tesla used millions of volts, provided for by generators as the input source to his coils and capacitors, to produce a unipolar plasma jet like stream, (not an oscillating AC, field), to do his wonders.

  On the other hand the video that I posted a link to needs no input source, no millions of volts, no earth ground line, makes no noise, no ozone spewed in the air from a high voltage spark gap, no big expensive towers and no additional input from any man made sources.  To provide for 4000w of output.  Out of thin air?  Yes, that's what it looks like it...
   
   What are the advantages or benefits of wireless or single wire transfer? 

   There are some schematics, diagrams, and information on that video that I posted. If interested, but it really needs it's own thread for further discussions and testing.  As always, not all information is provided, and so, it's not all complete.
  What self running device has everything needed for a complete and successful replication?  Possibly NONE. 
  That's why we are here on these forums,  to figure it all out, and share results.

   Please don't get me wrong, I'm not knocking what you're doing. I've done similar tests some years back. I'm just trying to understand what new and useful advantages you might be having or experimenting with currently,
   
   As you already have some of the components and coils, of what is needed to replicate that device, I'm just pointing you to that system, that uses the same or similar simple Kacher/Exciter circuit to self run itself. The only such device shown to date.
   I hope that makes sense, to you. 

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #48 on: September 29, 2016, 12:05:45 AM »
Hi NickZ,

Regarding my unit, for wireless and single-wire power transmission, you're right. This is not overunity or free energy device. But that's not my main goal.

I hope that with these experiments, I will get the knowledge that will help me to build such a free energy device of which you speak.

At the same time I want to show and share my cognition with everyone who is interested.
I'm particularly interested in anomalies - phenomena that are difficult to explain with classical physics, and perhaps are essential for the realization of free energy devices.

The device in the video that you showed me, used also as my device, Tesla coil.
Therefore, I consider the essential understanding of the following elements:

- Oscillating electric field about Tesla coils: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9yFrQ41Za0

- A standing wave on the Tesla coil: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkMndCsNRQU

- Impedance matching - (very important in the study of overunity devices):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ7J04Tr80A

My opinion is that we want to reach the same goal, but with the other starting points.


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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #49 on: September 29, 2016, 12:55:31 AM »
   I would still suggest that if you really want to see free energy, and not just to light a bulb a few feet away from a Tesla coil, to study and follow what others have done concerning using a proper feed back path to the input. Such as the video that I posted, or similar. Otherwise, all you will get, is what you've got now.

   I've seen your videos several times now, and there is no free energy there, nor anomalies.  Only poor efficiency in wireless, or single wire transfer.  You mentioned that that is not your only goal, and you'd like to see free energy, also.  Well... then go in that direction, or don't, or course it's up to you. 
  I've tried to point you to the way of free energy, with the best advice I have. Instead of working with weak and practically useless wireless energy, that can transmit only a couple of feet away, and still needing a power source to do so.  Your choice.
   

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #50 on: July 06, 2017, 07:29:47 AM »
Very well done.

Folks,   

single-wire transmission = wireless power transmission.

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #51 on: July 06, 2017, 07:41:44 AM »
He was doing this through the ground. Isn't the table the same as the ground underneath our feet?
I am not sure what you are trying to say.


  But, if L3 receives more energy than was provided to L1.  How can you tell? It looks like L3 in not lighting the 100w bulb to anywhere close to the same lumin levels as a normal 100w bulb connected to the grid. What is the input voltage/wattage?
  I always found lousy conduction through the air from a normal Tesla coil, to anything further than a few feet away.
 Not very efficient as far as use able light is concerned, either.

   I also don't see the connection between these table top types of Tesla coils trying to light a nearby bulb, as compared to what Tesla was trying to do.  As a light bulb lit by wireless only a few feet away from its source, is not the same as powering the world by wireless,  through the earth's ground conduction.

  Here is my latest video. On lighting a 100w bulb, through just a Kacher circuit.  It was what I can do, so far.
But, the Kacher's output is not meant for that. It's meant to provide the 2000+ voltage impulse to the induction circuit for heterodyning both circuits towards producing a self runner.  I'm not there yet.
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpS7noQZ7DQ

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #52 on: July 06, 2017, 07:46:37 PM »
    And I'm not sure what you are trying to say, either. That a table top is the same as the Earth ground???

   I believe that I was pretty clear on what I was saying, then.  That there is NO comparison between a table top device weakly transmitting power to a nearby bulb just a few feet away, compared to what Tesla was intending on doing.
A table top is not a ground source. And what you see is all you get, by using such limited power systems. Just look at where that idea has ended up, since those videos were posted some time ago. Nowhere.
   
   However, after Tesla's New York based tower was torn down, he went on to develop individual free energy devices that could run cars, trains, planes, ships, as well as space crafts. Such as his 1935 electric car motor, running a car at up to 90mph using NO batteries.  Instead of trying to provide free power through wireless transmission through the air and ground, to distant places on the planet.
   In any case, I'm not here to argue about it, believe what you like.

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #53 on: July 07, 2017, 04:02:37 AM »
Yes, that was my point. Just like the human body, the table top is similar to the ground undernearth our feet.

In this thread, we are dealing with WPT. We are not dealing with OU. While OU is great, many applications  necessitate WPT which may or may not be linked to OU. We are not evolved enough to understand all this, but i believe this will soon be found out.


    And I'm not sure what you are trying to say, either. That a table top is the same as the Earth ground???

   I believe that I was pretty clear on what I was saying, then.  That there is NO comparison between a table top device weakly transmitting power to a nearby bulb just a few feet away, compared to what Tesla was intending on doing.
A table top is not a ground source. And what you see is all you get, by using such limited power systems. Just look at where that idea has ended up, since those videos were posted some time ago. Nowhere.
   
   However, after Tesla's New York based tower was torn down, he went on to develop individual free energy devices that could run cars, trains, planes, ships, as well as space crafts. Such as his 1935 electric car motor, running a car at up to 90mph using NO batteries.  Instead of trying to provide free power through wireless transmission through the air and ground, to distant places on the planet.
   In any case, I'm not here to argue about it, believe what you like.

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #54 on: July 07, 2017, 04:52:35 AM »
  There is no "we", here.  This is a dead thread.
  YOU think that a table is the same and works the same an earth ground. That was your point. Ok, fine. Whatever.
You are free to think and do as you please.
   But, the point of this thread is not to lamely and inefficiently light a bulb a couple of feet away by wireless or by a single wire transfer using a table top as a ground. Read the whole thread. As it was started to try to understand and possibly replicate Tesla's ideas. Which have neither been fully understood to this day, nor have been replicated by a table top model. And is why this thread has been left abandoned as it currently stands.
   Sorry, but that's it for me on this topic.
     
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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #55 on: July 07, 2017, 06:40:44 AM »
Okay, take no offence. Even though there may be a bit of arguement, i think the end result can be positive if we try not to rule out any possiblity of real science behind.

I have never said the table top is 100% the same as the earth ground. Just like the human body, they are similar in terms of the surface effects and distributed capacitance. By your argument, however, the table top is like free-space having not conductivity at all.  Here is an experiment to prove who is right: Suspend the tesla coils in mid-air using a nylon string or whatever to see what happen in terms of efficiency and safety.

Now going back to your another issue related to Tesla's WPT research in general. The research of WPT has completely lost favor for some decades simply because some idiots from the Hertzian crowd and the conspircy groups were too vocal. Because of their persistent noise, we have been brain-washed to believe that wireless power has to be transmitted through free-space. We have been brainwashed to believe that the deliverable power is inversely proportionaly to the square of distance. We have been brainwashed to believe that Marconi's research is mainly hertzian in nature.  Because of their noise, the true WPT researchers are completely powerless.    I hope this is not what you want.


  There is no "we", here.  This is a dead thread.
  YOU think that a table is the same and works the same an earth ground. That was your point. Ok, fine. Whatever.
You are free to think and do as you please.
   But, the point of this thread is not to lamely and inefficiently light a bulb a couple of feet away by wireless or by a single wire transfer using a table top as a ground. Read the whole thread. As it was started to try to understand and possibly replicate Tesla's ideas. Which have neither been fully understood to this day, nor have been replicated by a table top model. And is why this thread has been left abandoned as it currently stands.
   Sorry, but that's it for me on this topic.
     
    NickZ
   
   

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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #56 on: July 07, 2017, 06:57:05 AM »
  You seam to want to argue, and that is not my intention. And thus,  I will leave you to carry on in whatever way suits your purpose. I have other projects of interest.
   However the only reason that a table can act as a ground is because it is sitting on the ground Once isolated from the ground it will not conduct any better than the air that surrounds it.  Try it, and you, see for yourself.
  Any way,  I am not interested in wireless nor single wire projects,  as I am into OU. Although that name is a misnomer. And it's actually the harvesting of the Aether from the surrounding ambient that interests me.
  Like I mentioned, that's it for me.
 


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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #58 on: July 08, 2017, 05:30:11 PM »
The video is not available. Can you please repost the link.


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Re: 100W Wireless and Single-Wire Power Transmission
« Reply #59 on: July 08, 2017, 07:14:28 PM »
  Sorry, but Poma has since removed all self running videos, as well as his YouTube channel.
  So, his system either worked, or it didn't. But now, we'll never know for sure.
  The same thing has happened with several other people after showing these types of devices.
   Either he had too many negative comments from the trolls, or he didn't want to risk the consequences of showing a working self runner.
           
   However, there are other guys that have developed the same type of Kacher based KW output self running devices. Although they are not wireless, nor single wire systems, they are still very amazing devices, as well as being very simple, yet not totally disclosed.
   Such as:
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbQf0DnXS_w
   

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