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Offline stevensrd1

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Re: My free energy experiment.
« Reply #30 on: September 21, 2010, 12:27:50 PM »
Well so many ways and things to try, its always an interesting experiment for sure. If your interested in some other interesting info, check out my bit elsewhere in this forum, about electron flow in opposite directions along the same wire at the same time, here is the tiny url link -->  http://tiny.cc/ipau8

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« Reply #31 on: September 27, 2010, 07:44:06 AM »
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« Reply #32 on: October 07, 2010, 11:13:25 AM »
News,,hmm, Ive moved on to a more efficient design, that uses one battery to recharge two. Its all solid state, no moving parts. It might even be unity, or over unity, or it may not be, just closer then before. Still doing test, got some new equipment to test with as well, will make a video as in a few weeks most likely to show the design. Ill post it in a new thread. No Idea what Ill call it yet, give me a few weeks and Ill post the thread link here...

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« Reply #33 on: October 07, 2010, 11:47:11 AM »
hi Steve was wondering can I use two non-rechargable batteries to charge up the dead rechargables?.......and you said a cd motor works just the way it is?......cd motor meaning out of a cd player right?.....thanx ......shylo


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« Reply #34 on: October 07, 2010, 01:31:44 PM »
I dont see why not,,should be the same difference. Yes I used the pulse motor, which I thought works better cause when the main bats get to weak,,the pulse motor automatically disconnects the main power and stops turning at the same time. But I found a regular cd motor will work,,the only problem here is it dont disconnect the main power, so for a while you will recharge the recharging bats at full power then as the main bats drain,,you will be recharging the recharging bats at lesser power,,and then even lesser as the main bats drain,,which seems to lower the overall recharge. If however you keep tabs on the recharging bats with your meter,,set it to the 2v setting so you get a 4 digit display,,you can then keep a tab on their charging and how much and know when they start to show lower on the meter as in lower and lower instead of higher and higher,,then you should stop the charge..But its a slow recharge but you see the numbers climb fast at the start,,then slower later but they keep climbing as the bats recharge,,give it say 24 hours,,keep a check on your meter, you can measure them at the same time there recharging..Best of luck...

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« Reply #35 on: October 07, 2010, 01:43:14 PM »
Oh start out with 2 recharging two,,like in the diagram,,two mains in series,,recharging the two in parallel..Think of that as playing with unity,,then later have two recharging three,,same way as in diagram,,think of that as overunity. It may or may not be,,but its close,,and its fun to play with that way..Im working on a way that may be proof positive unity,,or just closer then here,,who knows,,always got to do more test I got to do lol. And if you discover a better way do it post it for all,,as the more play with such the more it will get perfected.

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« Reply #36 on: October 08, 2010, 01:04:54 AM »
Thanx......couple more questions if you don't mind......I notice that you can hook the motor in ethier direction,...spins one way , reverse polarity spins the other.......one way seems to spin faster than the other,...is the faster spin better?....also where to hook the meter in the circut?.....and last but not least is 1906 mv the optimum voltage.....I think it was 1906....when to stop charging?.........got myself some bats out of dead solar lights.....still reading some v....motor out of old cd player.....2 semi-dead bats will spin it..........but not very fast....1906 ....is that 1.96v..........thanx again for your time..........shylo

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« Reply #37 on: October 08, 2010, 01:25:17 AM »
As to which way the motor spins,,you know I haven't even considered if that could have something to do with it,,one might think it would considering coil winding and electron flow,,but I really dont know. Meter goes to to batteries being recharged. I just use a pair of alligator clip wires,,that way after I take a reading, And write it down,I usually remove one alligator clip from one meter prong,,just to be sure no flow is by any chance going through meter when Im away. Just be sure the batteries your recharging are fully drained, since were running electron flow in reverse into these, the less resistance the more recharge, but thats nothing new,,when you recharge a battery with your electric recharger your still connecting positive to positive and negative to negative. The way that works is the stronger positive is what pulls electrons out of the weaker positive,,and the stronger negative is forcing electrons into the weaker negative. That way the electrons are taken out of the positive and put into the negative to recharge the battery. Thats all that is happening here,,two batteries in series is more powerful then two batteries in parallel. So the series batteries can do the above to the parallel ones to recharge them..Best of luck, steve

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« Reply #38 on: October 08, 2010, 01:53:19 AM »
thanx  Steve I'll give it a try tonight with the faster spin hooked...see what happens....I'll write down all readings before I start .......then check at 12 hour intervals..........let you know what happens...shylo

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« Reply #39 on: October 08, 2010, 07:00:08 PM »
So "shylo" hows your test going, kind of neat huh. I redid the test last night using just the cd motor,,not the pulse motor,,its still running. Im recharging three 1.5v bats with two 1.5v bats. Here is my readings so far. Oh before I write them, I should mention you ask earlier about that 1906,, that was on my other meter at the DCV setting on 2V so that gave the four digit reading. By the way I just got a new meter the other day, wanted to be sure my readings were correct. Anyway I dont think the new meter is as sensitive as the old one, it has no 2V setting, It does have 20 setting on DCV and next lower then that is 2000m so I used that for the four digit reading on this test. Ok so test started at 9:02 pm,,with a reading on the bats recharging at 1275, I did drain these bats completely on a motor and then crossed the wires from positive to negative to drain any last bit of juice out of them before this test. Ok next reading is at 9:24 pm, recharging bats read 1286,,next is 9:54 pm at 1293,,next is at 10:36 pm at 1300, next is at 11:56 pm at 1308,,next is at 3:25 am at 1322, next is at 5:44 am at 1331, next is at 7:09 am at 1334, next is at 9:49 am at 1340, next is at 11:49 am at 1342,,so you see the three parallel bats are recharging. I should mention on this setting,,if I recharge a single 1.5v bat on my plug in recharger, and measure the bat after cool down,,after the recharge it reads 1386, and sometimes say 20 points or so lower,,thats using the DCV on 2000m setting,,same setting I used on those reading above. I also took each of the three bats in parallel Im recharging out just to temporarily check them individually on my meter,,same setting,,each read 1342,,So if I have three of these at 1342,,seems a bit like overunity if there added up together,,but thats just an opinion,,hope your test are going as well,,do let me know..

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« Reply #40 on: October 09, 2010, 12:57:47 AM »
Heres an update to the last article I posted,,the test is still running. The recharging bats are reading 1344 at 7:04 pm. Still going up,,still recharging, But at a much slower rate,,no noticeable speed change on the motor,,I do have a glue stick melted to a plastic thing that sticks on the motor rotor so I can see it spin well. So thats all for now,,prob let the test continue until finish who knows,,I think it proves its point well,,got to be better things to try however,,still working on the solid state battery to battery recharger,,its coming along,,slowly..

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« Reply #41 on: October 09, 2010, 03:09:58 AM »
New update,,same deal as mentioned before,,batteries at 1350 now,,time 9:09 pm..


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« Reply #42 on: October 09, 2010, 03:51:25 AM »
Ok its 9:45 pm,,I can notice the motor has slowed now,,its still at 1350..So ill end this experiment,I still ended up with three batteries recharged from two batteries all the while running a motor, each of the three batteries is at 1350..And considering a battery recharged on my plug in recharger reads 1386 or less,,on this same setting on my digital meter,adding all three batteries together at 1350,,seems like over unity to me,,still thats just an opinion, this test seems like a success..

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« Reply #43 on: October 09, 2010, 10:57:18 AM »
i see now why the two batteries have to be dead and the other two have to be completely charged.
this would be super cool using more powerful batteries and motor(s).
then add an automatic electronic switch to switch between batteries so you don't have to do it manually. 
hmm maybe this is how Tesla did it with his electric car, i think he was just using batteries and an antenna. maybe adding the antenna is how he got more power. i don't think he used any kind of switches either, not sure.
exciting stuff!


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« Reply #44 on: October 09, 2010, 11:11:56 AM »
As to tesla,,not so sure how he did it,,he may have just sent the energy to the batteries by wireless means,,would need fairly large coils I would assume to do such. And perhaps the car needed a grounding as well. One half of the wave would be radio frequency,,the other half travels through earth, knows a bit on such,,haven't played around to much with wireless. But yes I find it all interesting the possibilities,,if one can just think a bit outside of the books, which seem to say this or that is not possible, when it is...

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