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Author Topic: Possible operating principles of device (edited title)  (Read 12395 times)

Offline Grumpy

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Re: Possible operating principles of device (edited title)
« Reply #16 on: December 16, 2006, 11:28:04 AM »
Great info Grumpy, thanks for cutting through some of the disinfo on this board.

I also liked the old deleted comments from SM about Tao's post. You reposted it in the other thread which got deleted, so here it is again so it wont get lost.

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(from TAO) So, based on those things, lets look at the Mark device. Lets say Steven put one big stout cable around or in the rings,and all around these he had many many windings. Now, if Steven put into that stout cable a current and before the current could get to the end of the wire, he stopped it's flow abruptly, then perpendicular radiations (the KICKS), the same Tesla observed, would appear and spread from this stout cable, this would cause Tesla'a copper charging effect, which would hit all the other wires in Steven's coils. Now, if Steven wired the coils right and stopped the discharge of the current through the coils he would be able to extract a lot of extra energy from the tap points on the coils. This is basically how Tesla's magnifying transmitter works.

Capacitors discharged ABRUPTLY into a wire, then the current flow is stopped ABRUPTLY before the current makes it to the end of the wire, and this KICK comes out of the wires perpendicularly. This KICK would then charge copper with electrons(hot electricity) or their opposites(cold electricity). It just depends on how you setup the device.

So, I would say that Steven's KICKS have a direct relationship to Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter, its REAL operation.<
 
So Lindsay, this guy definitely has the secret. I do not know if he will be able to duplicate power generation, but he does have the secret.
Do you think he knows it?
The only part he doesn't have any idea about is that by starting the oscillation you cause the current to flow in the collector which causes the magnification of the process within the collector which will ultimately produce the greater voltage and power in usable amounts during operation.

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Re: Possible operating principles of device (edited title)
« Reply #17 on: January 13, 2007, 03:26:11 AM »
Hi Grumpy and friends,

I am looking into building a tpu type device as described in your post, however I have a few queries which i hope you would help me clear up.

From what i read it is sugested that two magnetic waves are to be established around the torroid which interact to cause some interesting effects.  In which direction are these waves to be estabished? If we look at some of the Steve Mark replications it looks like the waves are established around the perimeter of the torroid, however the device you mention calls for the magnetic fields to be induced radially as in the stator of an electric motor. 
Which way is recommended in the Marinov (prob wrong spelling there - sorry) approach?  And if it is radially, how do we establish two indipendent fields to 'interact' for want of a better word? I would assume if i established two rotating radial fields they would add to form one rotating field at the beat frequency of the two sources?
Sorry to be so vague, i'm really having trouble visualising where the fields need to be established in the device. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Have fun, be well,
Hughbee.


 

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« Reply #18 on: February 25, 2013, 10:54:15 PM »
Well, my duplication (not replication due to the "mystery fluid") took 3-4 days to deposit the carbon graphene layer.  It also did not work until I changed from a compact florescent to a dark blue led light for 36 hrs.  BUT then I got a 1 millivolt to 2 millivolt constant charge.  The non acid solution I found to work was two tablespoons of epsom salts.   I want to video tape this for the forum but do NOT wish to place it  on YouTube  (no thanks).  Though the output is small it means everything from nothing to me.   I used a carrot juice (bolthouse) bottle.  I know that size bottle vs the small output is lacking,  BUT this was after all just a prototype.   Look how large the first computers were and now look at smartphones that double at being handheld computers.


I am excited about this working reactor  (really I don't even know what to call it yet).  I purchased KOH but got no reaction with using it as a solution to begin the layering of nano carbon tubes.


I sourced a lab for nano film on copper but they wanted 600+ dollars for a 2X3 inch strip.


We might very well be MUCH better off developing our own room temp. nano tubes.  Smile you all because if I can do it anyone can!

 

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