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Author Topic: My free energy experiment.  (Read 69974 times)

Offline shylo

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Re: My free energy experiment.
« Reply #45 on: October 09, 2010, 12:47:15 PM »
Hi Steve ...I started with 4 bats .....#1-1.36v....#2-1.36v..#3-1.26v...#4-.83v...1&2 in series..+ to cd motor...other motor terminal to + on 3&4...-of 3&4 to - of 1&2....ran for 15 hours...#1-1.28v..#2-1.29v....#3-1.37v...#4-1.35v......I'm going to drain 2 of the bats and redo the exp. ...this time with better connections....just used wire and masking tape 1st time.......but there is definately a recharge taking place while running the motor......next time I'm going to try 3 in parrallel....I'll let you know the results......am looking forward to your next design.........thanx .....shylo

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« Reply #46 on: October 09, 2010, 01:52:33 PM »
why batteries/caps or whatever when you could dump direct wireless electricity from the Tesla Tower to his electric car?

Tesla electric car had batteries and antenna(s) is what i remember reading about. maybe there is more details i missed.

how he did it was not clear enough for replications.

i think he was actually trying to show his works and his technology was filtered out from the public. you all know about his lab being burnt down, but he kept going and released many great inventions/discoveries!

Offline stevensrd1

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« Reply #47 on: October 09, 2010, 02:50:23 PM »
Yes shylo its a very interesting experiment, and fun to play around with no doubt.

Offline stevensrd1

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« Reply #48 on: October 09, 2010, 03:58:23 PM »
I thought Id add a bit more to think about with this experiment. As of last night when my recent post ended on my last experiment. I swapped the batteries. I took the main two series batteries that had drained and swapped them with two of the parallel recharged batteries.  Of course this still left one of the original recharged parallel batteries in place since there was three of them that recharged. If you remember or you can read back some. The experiment ended at 9:45 pm with the three parallel batteries recharged at 1350. So like I said I swapped two of the recharged batteries with the two drained series batteries. Just to continue the test a bit further. So this test started at 10:26 pm, with a reading on the parallel bats of 1300, this reading was taken after first start up of the motor. Ill post some of the reading from then to now. 10:26 pm at 1300,,10:32 at 1305,,12:44 pm at 1324,,2:43 am at 1333,,5:14 am 1341,,8:56 am at 1352,,and 9:58 am at 1353,,So thats for the three recharging in parallel,,just thought I would mention that,,kind of interesting I think.

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« Reply #49 on: October 09, 2010, 05:46:25 PM »
Another update,,I have noticed the motor a bit slower already. And at 11:39 am Im reading on my recharging bats 1351 now and it was two points higher earlier, before the motor slowed a little. Im thinking Im not going to get much higher, here and the reason is because I have more resistance on the parallel side. Remember in the last post I said I swapped the main dead bats with two of the three recharged parallel bats. However that left one recharged bat on the parallel side, and I think this is causing the resistance and limiting the recharge to more. It has equaled unity if not a point or so over on the meter. But with the one recharged bat that was left on the parallel side,,Im not going to get as long of a motor run then I had the first time. What I should have done was replace that one recharged bat left on the parallel side with a fully drained one and then redid the experiment. I would have had a full motor run like I had the first time then Ill assume,,and no doubt got more of a recharge. The motor is still spinning fairly fast now,,but like I said I noticed some slower spin,,and two points dropped. So I think this relates to all I said above here..Its still unity,,or maybe over,,or at least very close. I enjoyed the experiment,,I may have to repeat it even,,and follow my advice above lol..Which I may or may not post,,as I get lost in many other things, we will see..

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« Reply #50 on: October 10, 2010, 12:38:29 AM »
Ok so instead of redoing the whole dang experiment which would take a day or two,,I just swapped the batteries again,,this is twice Ive swapped them,,and I drained one of of those parallel bats completely. This removed the resistance I was talking about earlier. I thought this was going to turn out bad,,cause I took a nap and woke up and the motor was not spinning. But come to find out, it was a simple short in the battery case, And the motor is zooming like it should be,,so here is my readings on this so far. At 12:00 this morn they read 1283,,this was after motor start up. At 12:04 pm 1290,,at 12:26 pm 1292, at 12:45 pm 1295,,at 1:34 pm 1297, at 3:46 pm 1290, at 5:25 pm 1303,,at 6:23 pm 1308,,so this seems like its doing like it did on the first start of this test,,remember this is the second swap of the batteries. So it is self sustaining, with manual swapping of course. I just forgot to drain that third parallel battery on the first swapping which was giving me all the resistance. See Im letting the electrons do all the work,,as they naturally would,,Im just providing the means to keep it all circulating, and this gives me three recharged batteries at the end of each run, and since Im only using two batteries to run it,,Im coming out ahead..Ill post more on this later..

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« Reply #51 on: October 10, 2010, 04:09:54 AM »
This is continued from my last post,,all is the same, here is the readings, 6:55 pm at 1312,,8:10 pm at 1318,,8:53 pm at 1321,,9:36 pm at 1323,,10:04 pm at 1325,,Ill post more later

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Offline stevensrd1

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« Reply #52 on: October 10, 2010, 06:37:20 AM »
Just another update,,all is same,,were at 1331 at 12:28 pm---new update as of 1:26 am,,Dont think its going to make it to 1350 this time.
Still at 1331 but the motor has slowed,,the reason I think it did not make it to 1350 is because on that first battery swapping,,remember I did not drain that third recharged parallel battery. So I did not get the full recharge there because of the resistance of that recharged battery in with the other two parallel ones. I did just let it run to finish then I swapped them again,,and on that second swapping,,I did drain that third recharged parallel battery,,but still got loss from the first swapping. Seems its unity at least. I would surely have reached 1350 this second swapping if not for that. I may just redo it all again..and be sure to drain that third recharged parallel battery after each battery swapping,,I should have known that lol.
« Last Edit: October 10, 2010, 07:32:17 AM by stevensrd1 »

Offline shylo

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« Reply #53 on: October 10, 2010, 12:41:52 PM »
Steve you said to drain the bats, you let the motor run dead then short it to get the remaining volts ..........so do your batterys read 0v before you start?  My batterys read.8v won't run motor is this dead enough to start test?...shylo

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« Reply #54 on: October 10, 2010, 04:58:41 PM »
Before starting the test,,I run the parallel three bats separately on a motor,,till the motor stops running, that can take a while,,Im sure there are other faster ways, then take each bat and cross the positive and negative to drain any remaining charge in them. Best to leave it still connected to a motor even after it stops running for say an hour, then there is no chance the battery will heat any when you cross the positive and negative,,cause its to low to do that then. And even after doing this the meter will still show some voltage in the battery that will rise then stop in time after that,,like say if you kept checking it on a meter. But it will be drained as far as drained goes. Because were just recharging it the same way any charger would. The difference is on a plug in recharger,,when you stick a battery in it,,it dont matter if the battery is drained or not,,cause the recharger has a high enough output to still force recharge,,even if there is resistance..And it still goes positive to positive and negative to negative to recharge a battery, The stronger positive will then pull electrons from the weaker positive, and the stronger negative will force electrons into the weaker negative, it all flows the opposite way from that as it drains or powers something. Doing it in the experiment on this forum its all the same,,we just dont want the resistance that a battery will have with any remaining power in it. So start with the three parallel batteries as drained as you can get them,,and be sure the two series batteries are fully recharged.

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Offline stevensrd1

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« Reply #55 on: October 10, 2010, 05:13:48 PM »
Heres an update on th solid state recharger I been working on, its been running yesterday and today,,but Im just testing things,,its just running one battery recharging one other battery at the moment. Readings on the battery recharging at the moment is 1339. I did drain it completely before the start on a motor. I know this is different then the other experiment which uses two in series as the power source. Im just checking if i can get one battery to recharge another and how full of a recharge I can get. It is using two circuits to do this by the way. And no I did not make these circuits,,tho I have modified one of them. Anyway one circuit is a solar yard light without the solar panel of course,,this is modified with a capacitor. And the other circuit Im using is a circuit I got out of a hand held dynamo recharger,,for usb stuff..You know you connect it to say your ipod by usb then wind the hand crank many times to recharge it..Just using the circuit there,,not the motor they have in it as the generator..So thats the basics of where Im at now on the solid state recharger, all in all its going well for just one battery recharging just one other. Alot more test to do and maybe modifications as well to the circuits to get it to work for recharging say three batteries at a time..Maybe more later on this,,will be a while im sure..

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« Reply #56 on: October 10, 2010, 06:05:34 PM »
Maybe this other motor experiment can give you some ideas.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_f1p6V1Gb8&feature=related

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« Reply #57 on: October 10, 2010, 06:23:50 PM »
Yep Im aware of such,,nice video still. My original design works wonders for two bats recharging three. However there is energy loss running the motor. And you can swap the batteries, when the source bats drain,put the recharged ones back in the source bats,,or series bats. And put the series bats in the parallel place,,to keep the experiment going. So for the first time it works wonders, but there is a little loss of energy from the motor. So you cant keep swapping after several times, because each recharge this way has energy loss from the motor and it all winds down eventually. Thats why Im working on the solid state battery to battery recharger,,no loss of energy from a motor,,and no doubt you can swap the batteries many more times,,if not forever,,ok maybe not forever but thats the concept. All in all I think ive did very well,,and all is understandable and explained well,,at least I tried to explain it well anyway..Thanks for the vid link..

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« Reply #58 on: October 10, 2010, 10:48:07 PM »
Steve, the cd motor experiment, working with common batteries or rechargeable batteries.
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« Reply #59 on: October 10, 2010, 11:52:44 PM »
Im using rechargeable batteries. There name brand is BTY 2500 it says NH-AA HR 15/51 1.2V  size AA HR6 MIGNON   NI-HM batteries.

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