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Author Topic: Cracking the Cold (Radiant, Negative) Electricity Code. WE MUST KNOW THIS!  (Read 25589 times)

Offline Magnethos

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Re: Cracking the Cold (Radiant, Negative) Electricity Code. WE MUST KNOW THIS!
« Reply #15 on: December 27, 2008, 09:05:39 PM »
This is a new theory (for us) that we have to develop and perform a lot of tests... since it's very difficult or impossible to find a book about Physic Laws of Negative Electricity. So... we have to do tests again and again and share results.
Maybe someone can add more info on your post.

I'm trying to replicate this experiment right now... but someone can replicate it too and share results. The problem is that I have draw too much current in the little light bulb that I got and the light bulb has burn ahaha. I'm searching another light bulb in my home.

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Re: Cracking the Cold (Radiant, Negative) Electricity Code. WE MUST KNOW THIS!
« Reply #16 on: December 28, 2008, 09:26:20 AM »
@Magnethos

"This is a new theory (for us) that we have to develop and perform a lot of tests... since it's very difficult or impossible to find a book about Physic Laws of Negative Electricity."

- This is probably the way to make people realize new things...
« Last Edit: December 28, 2008, 11:34:49 AM by madddann »


Offline Magnethos

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Re: Cracking the Cold (Radiant, Negative) Electricity Code. WE MUST KNOW THIS!
« Reply #17 on: December 28, 2008, 11:40:09 AM »
Ways to produce Cold/Negative Electricity:

Fractionation of Energy
       1. Inductive Fractionation
       2. Capacitive Fractionation

EV Gray used the technique called "Splitting the Positive", but I think that was 2. Capacitive Fractionation.

The key to the EFFICIENT extraction of this energy is IMPEDENCE MATCHING!

Source: some websites

Bibliography and Videos about Negative Energy:
The Free Energy Secrets of Cold Electricity - Peter A. Lindemann (Book)
The Free Energy Secrets of Cold Electricity - Peter A. Lindemann (Video)
Secrets of Cold War Technology - Gerry Vassilatos (Book)

I'm sure that there must be awesome stuff in the German, Russian and Chinese Books. But I only understand a few of German and Russian languages. But I know here there are some people that fully understand German language.

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Re: Cracking the Cold (Radiant, Negative) Electricity Code. WE MUST KNOW THIS!
« Reply #18 on: December 28, 2008, 02:12:33 PM »
@Magnethos

"This is a new theory (for us) that we have to develop and perform a lot of tests... since it's very difficult or impossible to find a book about Physic Laws of Negative Electricity."

- This is probably the way to make people realize new things...

Yes, this is a new public science that we must to decode if we want to achieve new results, new experiments and new techniques. The new ¡possible' applications are unlimited: new propulsion ways, cold fussion, and supercomputers are one of the possible applications. In theory, if we overclock a cpu there is a big problem, the processor get more and more hot when we overclock it. People need to add liquid nitrogen to cold down and prevent the destruction of the processor. But if we use Cold Energy, when we overclock the cpu, the processor will get more and more COLD. I don't understand about overclocking, but maybe we could overclock a cpu and turn a simple 3 Ghz processor to a 10 or 15 Ghz (maybe more?) processor. With cold fussion, we will be able to create special alloys and maybe some new materials. These are some simple examples...

I will be gone for a time, but anyone can extend and develop theories. They will be very usefull.
I did it with advanced nutrition and I'm convinced that I could decode this too.

When I resolve the problem I have now, I will come back here and If anyone haven't cracked the system, I will do.

T. Henry Moray, Paul Baumann, Sweet "Sparky" Floyd, Gabriel Kron Edwin Vincent Gray, Nikola Tesla, Peter A. Lindemann...

There is a new DVD about Henry Moray's work,it seems very interesting.
http://thehouseofmoray.org/

Read all kind of 'paranormal' stuff, ask in forums, search in google, email all people you are able to, send letters, see all dvds... buy books (if they are expensive 4 or 5 guys can send money via paypal and then the guy that has the original book send a copy to each one or send the book to each one...).
The possibilities are unlimited.

If when I get back I see you have done any progress, as small as it may be, I'll be very proud of you, guys.



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Re: Cracking the Cold (Radiant, Negative) Electricity Code. WE MUST KNOW THIS!
« Reply #19 on: December 28, 2008, 03:57:12 PM »
    The arc of the covenant replicators fired-up some highvoltage dc between the wings of the statues on top of the box.  There was alot of electrostatic phenomenon after that.  And a cold misty vapor started surrounding the field of the spark.  Sucking the heat right out of the ambient field and converting it to  self-confining plasma vortices between the wings?
    Perhaps the escaping people froze the red sea and skated across.  Guess you could call it parting it. ???

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Re: Cracking the Cold (Radiant, Negative) Electricity Code. WE MUST KNOW THIS!
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Offline AbbaRue

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Re: Cracking the Cold (Radiant, Negative) Electricity Code. WE MUST KNOW THIS!
« Reply #20 on: December 29, 2008, 04:07:44 PM »
@All
It would appear that the common camera circuit discussed in the "Joule Thief" thread is a source of Cold Electricity.
If so then we have a cheap easy to get test circuit.
http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=6123.msg146685#msg146685


Offline Bob Smith

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Re: Cracking the Cold (Radiant, Negative) Electricity Code. WE MUST KNOW THIS!
« Reply #21 on: December 29, 2008, 09:34:19 PM »
@Abbarue-
Here is the link to Groundloop's battery charger. I believe it operates on the same principle you cite with the flash circuit (hi voltage spike with a sharp decline, drawing in radiant energy):
http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=4057.msg75477#msg75477

I'd be more inclined to call this radiant electricity, rather than cold electricity, but perhaps the 2 are interchangeable. I would tend to think there are similarities, but that they exhibit 2 different properties of electricity, apart from standard "hot" electricity.  Perhaps someone can comment further.
B

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Re: Cracking the Cold (Radiant, Negative) Electricity Code. WE MUST KNOW THIS!
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Offline Bob Smith

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Just watched Godzilla a couple of days ago, and couldn't help think of cold electricity when Godzilla started breathing plasma at the bad guys.  ;D
UFOpolitics did some work with a PWM and CFL. He claimed that he was able to harness cold electricity by keeping the pulses as short as possible, and on-time as long as possible so that the radiant could come into the system in the off-time:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVzhKpEqUgc
MRWarrensk has done some nice work as well:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNXE0x5B-us
I'm hoping we can get this topic up and running again.

I often wonder if Dave 45's schematics focusing on separating charges in the Energy Amplification thread would help split the positive to harness cold electricity. Here's an example:
http://www.overunity.com/6763/energy-amplification/msg402512/#msg402512  Dave has more diags on the following page.
Bob

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Are you quite sure your "evidence" is evidence for what you think it is?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnwDh4CsD-c

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gi-hl2W86yk

"Cold" electricity, "radiant" energy, is just ordinary RF high-frequency electricity.

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Thanks for the vids TK.  I don't have the expertise to give a definitive answer, but I do have some questions:
- I assume you're producing some kind of oscillation. Is it a series of voltage spikes or perhaps square waves? If it's the latter, what percentage of your duty cycle is "on" time and what percentage "off"?
- Once oscillations are above roughly 20,000 cps, electricity will not shock (at least in my experience). What kind of frequency are you dealing with in these videos?
- Is there any amperage in your circuits or are they pure HF HV?
- Is your bulb glowing hot (exothermic) or cold (endothermic)?

PS I'm not surprised you have such supposedly low page views, given what you've posted. It's impressive stuff. I doubt tptb would want the real numbers there.
Thanks for sharing the work.
Bob

Edit:  An afterthought: Is "cold electricity" just a wild goose chase scam? Nothing more than HV/HF?  Is the notion of tickling or "pinging" the spatial energy lattice, as Doc Stiffler calls it, just a wild goose chase? 

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Offline MarkE

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Thanks for the vids TK.  I don't have the expertise to give a definitive answer, but I do have some questions:
- I assume you're producing some kind of oscillation. Is it a series of voltage spikes or perhaps square waves? If it's the latter, what percentage of your duty cycle is "on" time and what percentage "off"?
- Once oscillations are above roughly 20,000 cps, electricity will not shock (at least in my experience). What kind of frequency are you dealing with in these videos?
- Is there any amperage in your circuits or are they pure HF HV?
- Is your bulb glowing hot (exothermic) or cold (endothermic)?

PS I'm not surprised you have such supposedly low page views, given what you've posted. It's impressive stuff. I doubt tptb would want the real numbers there.
Thanks for sharing the work.
Bob

Edit:  An afterthought: Is "cold electricity" just a wild goose chase scam? Nothing more than HV/HF?  Is the notion of tickling or "pinging" the spatial-temporal lattice, as Doc Stiffler calls it, just a wild goose chase?
RF burns can be very nasty. 

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Thanks for the vids TK.  I don't have the expertise to give a definitive answer, but I do have some questions:
- I assume you're producing some kind of oscillation. Is it a series of voltage spikes or perhaps square waves? If it's the latter, what percentage of your duty cycle is "on" time and what percentage "off"?
The transmitter produces a very pure sine wave in the output loop. The receiver receives this sine wave and delivers it to the light bulb (for the simplest AC receivers). That's why the bulb gets brighter: not only is the receiver actually producing higher voltage than the battery is supplying to the transmitter, but also it is happening at the HF produced by the transmitter, not just straight DC. More complicated receivers include a rectifier and filter stage for good stable DC output.
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- Once oscillations are above roughly 20,000 cps, electricity will not shock (at least in my experience). What kind of frequency are you dealing with in these videos?

There are a couple of factors operating. One is the response of the human nervous system, another is the so-called "skin effect" where RF frequencies may not penetrate deeply into conductors. I have taken the discharge from a 2kW-class Tesla coil into a wrench held in one hand (to avoid the RF burn), the power running through or rather over my body, to an incandescent light bulb in the other hand, which, when pressed into the flesh of a volunteer, glows at full brightness... and neither of us feels a shock... but if the contacts aren't good and solid (wrench, bulb base) to the flesh, nasty RF burns can result at the point where the power is coupled to the body.
My power transmitter/receiver systems operate at between 350 and 800 kHz.
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- Is there any amperage in your circuits or are they pure HF HV?
There is plenty of amperage in my circuits _and_ they are pure HF HV. There are 40 or 60 amperes of current circulating in the transmitting loop, which is why it has to be of such heavy wire construction, or even made of copper tubing or pipe. Should something go wrong in the transmitter, like a loose connection to the loop.... the mosfets will literally explode as all that reactive power is released all at once.
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- Is your bulb glowing hot (exothermic) or cold (endothermic)?
It is still hot but I believe it is cooler than it would be at the same brilliance with DC power. I don't have any real data on this, though, just subjective impression.

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PS I'm not surprised you have such supposedly low page views, given what you've posted. It's impressive stuff. I doubt tptb would want the real numbers there.
Thanks for sharing the work.
Bob
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Thanks for watching and commenting.
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Edit:  An afterthought: Is "cold electricity" just a wild goose chase scam? Nothing more than HV/HF? 
In my opinion, yes. There is one "electricity". You can do all kinds of different things with it and you can certainly transmit or transfer lots of power without heating stuff up, if you know what you are doing.
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Is the notion of tickling or "pinging" the spatial energy lattice, as Doc Stiffler calls it, just a wild goose chase?
Well.... yes and no. Stiffler is a master of the Red Herring and is really good at taking well-known and understood phenomena and demonstrating them out-of-context and giving them new and idiosyncratic names. He's got a loyal group of students, who are talking about ordinary things as if they were extraordinary, because they use their own peculiar language and so they can't see the common themes that run through everything.
On the other hand... the very best sound theoretical schemes for extracting real energy from the "wheelwork of nature" or the "zero point" have to do with polarizing the vacuum or changing the refractive index of space, and this requires extremely rapid and strong changes in the electric field in a small volume. Tickling the spatial energy lattice? I suppose you could describe it that way. Surfing the quantum foam, whatever. It's all metaphor anyway. Just don't get distracted by the Red Herrings.

eta: here's another one you might like: LEDs and a 90-volt neon in series, lit with just one wire.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBUfaYi02WI


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Hi TK
Thanks for taking the time to reply to my queries.  As you say, there is "one electricity."
Your use of HF HV AC reminds me of Eric Dollard's story about Tesla demonstrating the "dangers of AC" before the British Royal Society in 1893 or thereabouts, subsequent to Edison's demonization of AC in favour of DC. According to Dollard, Tesla allowed the AC (I assume it was HF) to light him up with a kind of ethereal aura before those assembled, and said something like, "you see gentlemen, the dangers of alternating current."  Thanks for sharing your work and opening my eyes to this possibility here and now. Perhaps the properties of AC aren't acknowledged enough, in favour of leading people down long esoteric rabbit holes.

 If anything, your work (at least the 3 videos I watched from your post) shows that we still have a lot to learn about electricity, and perhaps there's really no need to describe it in other-worldly terms. The "cold" form is just one of its many properties.

You did mention, that...
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On the other hand... the very best sound theoretical schemes for extracting real energy from the "wheelwork of nature" or the "zero point" have to do with polarizing the vacuum or changing the refractive index of space, and this requires extremely rapid and strong changes in the electric field in a small volume.
I guess this is what I'm seeking to find more info on.  I've wanted for a long time to explore this side of electricity for quite some time, and would hope others would also join in here.

Thanks very much for your post. I enjoyed your videos and will check in your channel from time to time.
Bob

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Interesting Cold Electricity how-to thread here:
http://open-source-energy.org/?topic=1670.0
Will review later (at work now).
Bob


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Tesla's works is all about cold electricity.Other inventor place new name for patents,make more confuse.cold electricity create at switching time,sparking time,...,etc.cold electricity work with capacitor but if you need to make energy to use in normal electricity,you will need more complicated circuit.

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