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Offline PaulLowrance

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #570 on: December 21, 2009, 04:59:30 PM »
Hi Groundloop,

Just wondering if your battery voltage measurements were live, or did you disconnect the battery during each measurement and let it rest every reading. The way I did it was to leave the battery and circuit alone, so I measured the battery voltage while it was connected to the JT.

The reason I ask is because during the 1st 40 minutes or so your voltage measurements are fluctuating a lot, which seems a bit odd. Maybe there's something sensitive with your particular JT circuit.

So the JT charged the bcap 0.3 volts, and the battery dropped 36mV? That sounds reasonable to me. I agree that it takes a long time. That's why I decided to use a tiny 700mAh AAA batteries, otherwise it would have taken days.  :)

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #570 on: December 21, 2009, 04:59:30 PM »

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #571 on: December 21, 2009, 05:00:56 PM »
Nice . I may have posted this not sure . so much confusion , This was some measurement i did back in November with a bad nicad over a period of a few days showing the voltagae drop and the bcap charging above unity of the battery . this is all that is needed to make this self run . I never claimed the jt was over unity or the bcap but combined is a very interesting device . those that cant make a jt last longer than a week forget it your Jt and battery is not good enuff . I suggests making many Jts and using the battery i specified : energizer 2500mah ni/mh for best results . The numbers show are for a 7 year old battery to show it still can be done with any battery(this battery was an old green China NI cad . about 850mah when new) . Its all about how long your jt runs . I didn't make up anything nor the data i am posting  .the pic chopped of the last measurement it is 1.276 and bcap 1.483 time 12:37: NOTICE something strange happened on the last three measurements As you can see i spent a lot of time doing test where most do not have the patience for days and days of measurements . This was to satisfy me and no one else . The Graph was Done by Friend Broli Thank you Broli ! his project requires a lot of time and for that reason alone it is not for everyone to replicate .  Merry Christmas to everyone who helped .
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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #572 on: December 21, 2009, 05:13:36 PM »
BTW, thanks for the data Groundloop. I forgot to mention something important. One difference to be noted is that your bcap voltage started out much lower than mine test. Your bcap voltage started at 0.653 volts, while my bcap started at a bit higher than 1.3 volts. The reason I went up to 1.3 volts is because gadgetmall was saying the lower voltages is low.

Anyhow, we know the conventional equation for capacitor energy storage is 0.5 * C * V^2.  The key point is that the voltage is squared. So it takes ~ 1/4th the energy to increase the bcap 0.3 volts at 0.65 volts than it would at 1.3 volts.

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #573 on: December 21, 2009, 05:20:56 PM »
Maybe the JT is better tested when the bcap is at higher voltage, probably more efficient. For example the energy required to charge the bcap0650 (using an average of 600 farads) from 0.544 volts to 1.47 volts is 559 joules. A good fresh brand new 2500mAh NiMH could have 11700 joules. So that means a JT at 100% efficiency could recharge the bcap0650 from 0.544 to 1.47 volts 11700J / 559J = 21 times over. That's a tough task.

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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
« Reply #574 on: June 11, 2015, 09:27:56 PM »
Hello !

I have a home free energy generator with what I call a super flux cap bank ! There is no hidden secret to this energy increase its been around for years. The simplicity of it is best kept simple ! Voltage operates at the speed of light current is always lagging behind and not easy to spot on an O S ! Only indirect measurements and a knowledge of back EMF PROVES THAT CURRENT IS SLOWER THAN VOLTAGE.

Also caps have interesting harmonic response to there release of current and quite often electrons in there membranes can rise and fall rather than just receiving electrons which will give gain on the drop. other interesting things to note electrons are made of x and y particles and is why it is possible to split an electron into two and not all ways creating an anti electron .. 

The arrangement of the cap bank with a structure that is set up along harmonic rules stimulate an over yield of electron pressure at its 5th note scale component so play a scale on a piano and check out the 5th note in the scale . You must use a real string piano hold down the 5th note and play the 1st note you will hear that the 5th note will also oscillate indicating harmonic response. That is also a free energy system.

The is a lot of work going on as to zero gravity envelopes with high powered open cap systems, its all about the free electrons not the voltage.

As anyone worried about free energy research and there connection with it calm down and just get on with it we all live on the same planet and no men in black will come and eat you hahaha !!! I am government funded but with peanuts, its a new world we are building so think openly and that is how we all stay protected.

Get that currant up to light speed with forward currant avoid all back emf by reverse feed back in a magnetic transformer you will also find it will increase the amps as the electrons will accelerate towards it , a bit like gravity increasing the speed of mass ! You don't need special caps I use 35v 22000u and they have an EQ satiability storage at 25v... Protect your cap banks or you will drill a large hole in your pocket.

Also be fully a wear that some caps can store up negative charge if you tap an on off on off pulse from them with coils in magnetic fields ! They can blow when you try and youse them as normal after a change of use...

There truly should be a central funding programme here and not just for USA OU researchers the problem is men tend not to unite and share its all to do with there dog brain hahaha The last thing is avoid anything to do with research that has no finite plan count your electrons in and out dnt just rely on an electric metre ! use indirect methods like lifting weights ect or water pumps ! spiting hot water with caps than cooling the gas before burn is most productive but dnt store the combined gas...

Try also and measure all types of capacitance but remember 1f at 1 v over 1 second and 1 watt 1 amp is 1 coulomb of electrons time delay over charge is due to back emf  and be very careful when heating the cap bank if you are going to release the energy on a low resistance load or its a big bang rather than a fast bun out on the cap ...

All in all its all been done before but if you share you data and develop technology try and remember that greed and a paranoid mind
ruin everything !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Re: Ultracaps tested for excess energy
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