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Author Topic: John W Moreland and his Galena diode.  (Read 6593 times)

Offline pomodoro

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John W Moreland and his Galena diode.
« on: February 03, 2015, 08:41:33 AM »
Guys , what is the credibility of J. Moreland?  He had a patent application, in which he and  another chap, Rodney Sego, made some radioactive Galena diodes. Using these they made a small Moray device.  He explains how he made them by melting galena with a little UO in a test tube, and allowed the mixture to cool and crystallize.  When I looked up the mp of galena, 2040F, I figured the test tube would have melted way before the galena did.  No mention is made if having used fused quartz is made.
What do you guys know about Moreland or Sego? Are they reliable OU researchers?

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Re: John W Moreland and his Galena diode.
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2015, 10:40:31 AM »
Attached is the patent application. He claims to have made quite a few watts from basically a crystal radio setup.

All I could find about Moreland are notes of his speech regarding Moray, and accusation of 90's bad boy Bruce Perrault stealing Moreland's ideas.

I'm still busy with the Correa tubes to do any research with these special diodes, but if anyone here, with proven skills, wants to give it a go let me know. I haven't made the doped diodes, but will try in a few weeks.  I'm looking for 3-4 researches who will post results direct to the forum. You need to know your stuff, have an oscilloscope, signal generator, and know how something about radio (RF) and crystal sets. Galena will need to be mounted and a cat whisker used. All old school.

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Re: John W Moreland and his Galena diode.
« Reply #2 on: February 04, 2015, 03:00:40 PM »
He seems like a smart guy.
I think the simplest way to implement something like this would be just coating the cathode of the vacuum tube
with the radium extracted from old dials (from ebay).
Then cascade it.
As pointed out in the above patent as well.
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Re: John W Moreland and his Galena diode.
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Re: John W Moreland and his Galena diode.
« Reply #3 on: February 04, 2015, 03:10:55 PM »

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Re: John W Moreland and his Galena diode.
« Reply #4 on: February 04, 2015, 04:46:15 PM »
His web page/blog:
http://www.linux-host.org/energy/smoreland.html

He did a good job of uncovering some the info about the Moray company and the letters.

The  radioactive triode would be too hard for me to do, but the doped galena very easy to try. I don't have the link but googling, popular mechanics synthetic galena, takes us to an article on how to do it with lead and sulfur. As a start receiving powerful audio signals from a radio station would be a good start, as Moray apparently did himself. 

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Re: John W Moreland and his Galena diode.
« Reply #5 on: February 05, 2015, 02:13:42 AM »
I was thinking about a diode, not a triode, something along the line of a Geiger counter - the same idea.
But Galena is a good start as well.
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Re: John W Moreland and his Galena diode.
« Reply #6 on: February 05, 2015, 04:49:16 PM »
It seems that a very knowledgeable person on here has already made these using thorium. Going back a few years, here is the link , reply #8. He managed to power a speaker directly without an impedance transformer.
http://overunity.com/6970/stubblefiled-meucci/msg162514/#msg162514

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Re: John W Moreland and his Galena diode.
« Reply #7 on: February 06, 2015, 03:20:43 AM »
Yes, this looks as a step in the right direction.
Not sure exactly how it works, perhaps the
radio frequency gets into the resonance with the
helium atoms which causes increase in alpha decay.

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Re: John W Moreland and his Galena diode.
« Reply #8 on: February 18, 2015, 01:16:51 PM »
So, if these uranium doped diodes work, even just a little, they apparently require signals that have some form non uniformity to trigger the amplification. Thus AM radio signals and music or voice should do the trick.  I plan to use one as a crystal detector as I mentioned. I'm guessing that the crystal would work as a negative resistance. The aforementioned link describes the doped crystal as increasing the current but not the voltage. The generated current in the crystal would need to flow through the tuning coil to complete the circuit.  Its not a double ported system like a transistor amplifier.
 However, Moray is said to have powered an RCA horn speaker with a similar crystal. These loudspeakers had an impedance of about 2000 ohms and require a reasonable voltage to work. One watt would require about 44V rms.  I can only guess he must have used a matching transformer with the speaker.

Im thinking that a simple crystal receiver with an adjustable load should be enough to tell if there is anything special going on. The doped crystal should be able to keep the voltage on the load higher as I decrease its resistance.  Of course a speaker is another less scientific test.

For audio testing, A small simple audio amp will be built to test the 2N2222A with the uranium oxide packaged inside its casing.
Any comments, criticisms or ideas,  are welcome.

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Re: John W Moreland and his Galena diode.
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Re: John W Moreland and his Galena diode.
« Reply #9 on: February 18, 2015, 06:13:52 PM »
Heating lead powder/filings plus sulfur powder/UO2 in a ceramic tube should do the trick for fusing ala the classical old-school iron filings/sulfur mass reaction.I recomend trying lead/selenium..lead/tellurium mixes too for similar bandgap chalcogenide semiconductors from the sulfur family

 

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