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Author Topic: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?  (Read 17669 times)

Offline aether22

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #60 on: February 07, 2017, 03:53:51 AM »
@sm0ky2 and all who take this thread seriously:

It is too much for me! Nobody seems to get the irony.


The irony is that I get your humor.


It's funny.


But the ability to make fun of something does not mean that thing is not real.


Comedy and ridicule are not means of divining reality.


Sure, if it lead to an impossibility that was funny, you could have a good chuckle, but there is no impossibility.


Are my claims absurd sounding?  Sure!  I agree!
They seem crazy, check.


Does that mean they are wrong?


Does Quantum physics not seem crazy?  Does special relativity with it's bending of space and time and things happening and not happening depending on your reference frame seem ridiculous?   How about this guy claiming that tiny invisible animals live on people, he clearly needs to go to the nut house!  I could go on!  note: I am convinced that Special Relativity is actually wrong.


Sometimes something that seems very unlikely and silly is actually a reality we have not been familiar with.


Now if I an wrong the a few people on this forum try my ideas and nothing comes of it, then the cost is small.
If however I am right and people don't try my ideas because it seemed foreign or not how they wanted the universe to work...  Or it wasn't a form of evidence they choose to accept...  Then a science that can help us reach the stars and protect life on and off earth is ignored because some people have limiting beliefs, humanity dies, perhaps the only life we are totally certain exists dies.  That is the ultimate cost and ultimate folly isn't it?


This is priceless if I am right.  I am not seeking payment, Just interested people who can feel the energy (which Conradelektro can!)and thereby prove it to themselves,


It costs nothing to experiment with this stuff (graphics, some spare wire) and promises the world, but if you can make some good jokes about it...


John

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #61 on: February 07, 2017, 05:30:31 AM »
If you're actually interested in Free Energy Physics, I recommend you to check the papers by this physicist:

http://vixra.org/author/fran_de_aquino


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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #62 on: February 07, 2017, 06:02:08 AM »
If you're actually interested in Free Energy Physics, I recommend you to check the papers by this physicist:

http://vixra.org/author/fran_de_aquino


I know of De Aquino.  I have nothing against him.


I see he has an interesting new theoretical paper about a gravity-electric generator, I will need to read it closer and hope it doesn't matter too much that I can't do justice to the equations.


But this is a theory he has.


What I have is not theory, I had at first correlation (which I would argue is distinct from theory) and personal experimentation which while [/font]technically subjective, does not feel subjective and if judged fairly would be concluded that it cannot be debunked based on any placebo type effect within any kind of reason as it has obvious and clearly observed effects on utterly unknowing people.[/font]

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So this means that my technology is what the work of so many other successful Free Energy experimenters is based on, where as Aquino's methods seem not to throw light on any of that and seem to be largely purely theoretical and untested.[/font]

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #63 on: February 07, 2017, 06:23:36 AM »
I think it only becomes contradictory when someone tries to make
a mockery out of the situation.


It is not a requirement of the presenter to understand the physics
Of whatever this "energy" may be.


Once we are able to properly identify this "energy", only then can the
seriously interesting physics be discussed.


If one is the type of person to so easily dismiss an "energy" that requires
specific geometries to present itself, to the point of making fun of someone
Who tries to share this with them.......
I think that type of person should go into their kitchen
Unplug the microwave and just.... throw it out the window.
And probably find themselves something better to do with their time
Then to disrupt a thread with useless confrontation.





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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #64 on: February 07, 2017, 11:48:00 AM »
Smoky2, do you have any more details about your friend Dave who made a steel split pipe coil and got weird results such as magnetizing Aluminium?


I think I can make this and improve on the basic aetheric principles involved with relatively little trouble.


But currently my understanding is very vague.

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
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Offline aether22

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #65 on: February 07, 2017, 09:41:09 PM »
I invite him to comment further (I couldn't wait), but "bringdownthezog" was sent my images and said... "How cool is that! I tried the images and I can sense a slight pressure in my palm. Only my left hand. My right hand feels nothing; maybe because I wear a Lakhovsky coil on my wrist. No1 and No4 are really tingling. I could pick up the field easily without much effort. I've never seen anything like this in my entire life :) Regards."


If this were imaginary, wouldn't he be able to imagine it on both hands?
Or feel all images about the same as all would be powered by imagination?


Of course I have cases like the guy in the waiting room where the Placebo effect is no explanation.


While I don't deny the ongoing potential for confusion between imagined and real, this technology has clearly demonstrated evidence (if you take my word anyway) that cannot be explained away as in the mind, and it matches famous Free Energy and Antigravity claims...


So while this might not come in the form many would like, and while it looks a lot like work, this is exceedingly promising technology!


For so long I knew the aether was the key but my understanding was too limited and I couldn't feel the energy, so how to move forward?!


By I can give a way tio move forward, if you want me to explain the aether to the best of my reckoning, I can, if you want to experiment with it I can give you the techniques, and if you want to know how you are doing experimenting with it then just feel it or in the event you can't, ask family members or friends till you find someone who can.


This is like a slot machine I have been paying into for over 2 decades, it's ready to pay out soon, and I'm letting others play with me because I care more that someone wins than I care that it's just me.   Because I have been limiting myself to unpowered coils and graphics mostly, I have been virtually guaranteeing that I couldn't get any worthy result myself (outside of healing).


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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #66 on: February 07, 2017, 11:49:24 PM »
I wish I remembered his screen name on here , haven't heard from him
In years. Not sure if the guy even follows this forum anymore.
I was able to replicate some of his experiments.
Basically he created a circular PMM by using the curved end
Of steel tubes opposite the split. In a manner that allowed
propagation of the magnetic field to follow the tubes in a circle.
When under magnetic lock, all the tubes stuck together
There was, above the device, at or around then enter
A distortion to light that passed horizontally over the device.


Objects became paramagnetic when left in the gap for long times.
Even objects we think of as being non-magnetic

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #67 on: February 08, 2017, 12:08:10 AM »
I wish I remembered his screen name on here , haven't heard from him
In years. Not sure if the guy even follows this forum anymore.
I was able to replicate some of his experiments.
Basically he created a circular PMM by using the curved end
Of steel tubes opposite the split. In a manner that allowed
propagation of the magnetic field to follow the tubes in a circle.
When under magnetic lock, all the tubes stuck together
There was, above the device, at or around then enter
A distortion to light that passed horizontally over the device.


Objects became paramagnetic when left in the gap for long times.
Even objects we think of as being non-magnetic


Smoky2, that sounds wildly powerful!


I can't grasp your description, could you possibly draw it?  It could mean a LOT to me!


Also PMM seems to mean either Perpetual Motion Machine or Permanent Magnet Motor (possibly also a perpetual motion machine) or Pulsed magnet motor (presumed to be electromagnetic) depending on context, I remember using the shorthand many years ago then realizing that I didn't think the guy knew which P's and M's I meant!

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #68 on: February 08, 2017, 12:26:15 AM »
@smoky2
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I wish I remembered his screen name on here , haven't heard from him
In years. Not sure if the guy even follows this forum anymore.
I was able to replicate some of his experiments.
Basically he created a circular PMM by using the curved end
Of steel tubes opposite the split. In a manner that allowed
propagation of the magnetic field to follow the tubes in a circle.
When under magnetic lock, all the tubes stuck together
There was, above the device, at or around then enter
A distortion to light that passed horizontally over the device.


That sounds similar to the Trillies patent.

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #69 on: February 08, 2017, 01:22:21 AM »
Smoky2, was it by any chance Dave Squires?


I don't know if he had a handle that was different to his name, so maybe it was him?

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #70 on: February 08, 2017, 02:37:37 AM »
Smoky2, I realized there is a difference between "I don't understand your description" and "I am not sure if I have this right".


So here is my guess from your description..  Please tell me if this is it, close, or totally wrong?




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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #71 on: February 08, 2017, 02:52:32 AM »
Smoky2, I realized there is a difference between "I don't understand your description" and "I am not sure if I have this right".


So here is my guess from your description..  Please tell me if this is it, close, or totally wrong?


I'm going to say totally wrong with respect to the trillies
As well as the second image.....


I could maybe draw it out later but I'll try for a verbal description


Stand all the pieces of tube upright in a circle
Sort of like the bottom half of the second image
Touch them together all except two. Leave a tiny gap.
Now wind two opposing coils linked in series.
One north and one south, wrapped around the tubes facing the gap
With a quick pulse from a battery, the tubes will magnetically lock
Just like Leedskalnin's PMM
You can cut the coils off or unwind them or leave them there
Magnetic current flowing through the metal will stay in
Perpetual motion until you break the loop.
When you break it, electromagnetic field will expand
Then collapse. Almost the inverse of the original pulse.



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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #72 on: February 08, 2017, 03:27:04 AM »

I'm going to say totally wrong with respect to the trillies
As well as the second image.....


I could maybe draw it out later but I'll try for a verbal description


Stand all the pieces of tube upright in a circle
Sort of like the bottom half of the second image
Touch them together all except two. Leave a tiny gap.
Now wind two opposing coils linked in series.
One north and one south, wrapped around the tubes facing the gap
With a quick pulse from a battery, the tubes will magnetically lock
Just like Leedskalnin's PMM
You can cut the coils off or unwind them or leave them there
Magnetic current flowing through the metal will stay in
Perpetual motion until you break the loop.
When you break it, electromagnetic field will expand
Then collapse. Almost the inverse of the original pulse.


Ok, so are there permanent magnets?  Are they inside the tubes pointing out radially?  And these comprise the rotor?


So there is some number of tubes and coils wound over the tubes with the coils wound over the gap in each tube, with alternating current direction in adjacent cylinder?


Here is another image, it shows vertical cylinders, with the splits pointing out, and coils wound on top of the cylinders over the gap, here shown as just the cross section by white bars at the sides of the coil.


You say the tubes/pipes/cylinders are touching, but if they have coils wound in the way it sounded than it would be the coils touching.


Also how many cylinders are there?


Is this a motor?   Is there a rotor with permanent magnets above or inside this thing?


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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #73 on: February 08, 2017, 03:28:47 AM »
I am thinking maybe the guy is David Lambright?


http://overunity.com/9603/a-new-kind-of-visible-radiant-energy/


Also when you say PMM, I wonder if you mean PMH, Perpetual Motion Holder, the name Leedskalnin gave to his closed soft magnetic circuit that would hold a magnetic field until the circuit was broken?


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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #74 on: February 08, 2017, 03:44:10 AM »
No there are no magnets
It's a perpetual electric effect in the magnetic domain
The steel tubes act as magnets until you break the circuit

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