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Author Topic: circular nested capacitance?  (Read 380 times)

Offline Dansway

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circular nested capacitance?
« on: April 16, 2017, 06:25:36 AM »
Could someone please point me to the post awhile back about "nested capacitor rings" being used in several free energy devices from the past?  Thanks.

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circular nested capacitance?
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Re: circular nested capacitance?
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2017, 07:27:24 AM »
Could you please point us to these free energy devices?


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Re: circular nested capacitance?
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R.J. Meyers Absorber

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H. Perrigo Device


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Re: circular nested capacitance?
« Reply #4 on: April 16, 2017, 08:06:20 PM »
Swiss ML Testatika Machine

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Re: circular nested capacitance?
« Reply #5 on: April 16, 2017, 08:07:49 PM »
There was a post about these types of "nested" capacitance devices that used this schem to increase power.  Does anyone remember this post?

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Re: circular nested capacitance?
« Reply #6 on: April 16, 2017, 08:28:49 PM »
I think, we discussed it here in discussion bellow Innovatehno 1943 device, which supposedly shares construction details with Testatika device. Here I'm explaining, how the overunity arises from anapole field. For to achieve the anapole field, multiple conditions must be fulfilled, one of them is the resonance of scalar waves. This is because we need to modulate light speed faster, than the EM wave propagates itself. It's not so impossible as it looks at the first sight, because within materials of high permeability and/or permeability the speed of EM wave propagation is much lower than the speed of light in vacuum. The extreme case is the boson condensate, where the EM waves propagate with speed of few meters per second, so we can modulate their speed in mechanical way.

Being (mostly) longitudinal waves of vacuum, the scalar waves are doing most of things exactly in the opposite way than the transverse EM waves. For example the EM waves get radiated, when the EM field is changing its polarity, whereas the scalar waves get radiated only, when it's changing its intensity, i.e. during pulses and transient phenomena within material in (negative) dependence of field density to energy density. The EM waves get absorbed / radiated well with materials where the electrons can move freely, i.e. the metals. The scalar waves are absorbed / radiated just with materials and systems, where these electrons get immobilized (Dirac/Weyl/Majorana fermion materials), i.e. the superconductors, topological insulators and graphene, charged capacitors of ferromagnets in anapole arrangement. These materials get transparent for light waves instead. And so on...

There is less known but intriguing aspect of transverse waves, they cannot be radiated with spherical antennae.  As you may expect (and Konstantin Meyl demonstrated), the scalar waves just love spherical antennae instead. And their resonators would be therefore formed just with concentric spheres or their likes (bi-conical coils of Tesla and/or cylindrical capacitors similar to Leyden jars).

But as I explained above, the scalar waves fuck metal conductors in general and they respect electrons only once they're immobilized with strong electric field. From this follows, that scalar wave resonator must be formed with CHARGED concentric capacitor, or better to say, with field gradient at its plates. From this insight follows the concept of captret, i.e. the capacitor stack formed with system of nested charged spheres, which are separated with voltage gradient each other. The usage of such a configuration in InnovaTehno or Testatika devices has therefore its good theoretical meaning in the same way, like the Wehrsen / Wimshurst's disks, which keep them charged.

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Re: circular nested capacitance?
« Reply #7 on: April 16, 2017, 09:48:09 PM »
Using "Field gradient" and "Charge density" is the key.

 

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