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Offline energia9

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Re: Pyramid material
« Reply #15 on: November 10, 2010, 10:30:10 PM »
this is a raw image..

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Re: Pyramid material
« Reply #16 on: November 10, 2010, 10:46:46 PM »
energia9, have you built this or are you going to build it? The concept is very much like what I'm doing right now with growing plants in the dark.

http://i805.photobucket.com/albums/yy337/screaminvern/09-24-10_150852.jpg

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« Reply #17 on: November 14, 2010, 07:29:07 PM »
energia9, I am thrilled to see others investing the time, energy and $$ to experiment. Cool. 8) For those of you who are reading this and not contributing, I suggest you do the same and share. Its always fun to see other people's pyramids!  ;D  I will upload some pictures and videos of mine for you soon.

screaminvern, your compass experiment is similar to ones I have performed in the past with my steel frame pyramid. I noticed that sometimes those magnetic variations are due to improper connections at the vertices of the shape itself.  :( How have you attached the rising edges of the copper pipe to the four corners of the square base? Are the solenoids that are wound around all the edges CW or CCW, perhaps a mix of both?  :-\

Just as an aside, the magnetic field of Earth may appear to be only be unidirectional (i.e. North/South) but you must also take into consideration the West wind.  :-X  Most people do not know this, but there is a rotational magnetic field always moving from West to East accross the surface of the Earth in the phi direction (spherical coordinates). ;) So, if there is to be any variation at all, it should be on the western edge of the pyramid.

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Offline screaminvern

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Re: Pyramid material
« Reply #18 on: November 15, 2010, 05:01:29 PM »
pyramidtime, the sloping tubes are just setting in the "cup like" fixtures I attached at each corner of the base, and the cups are ferrous. The solenoids are all wound CW.

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« Reply #19 on: November 16, 2010, 05:41:42 AM »
screaminvern, if you are going to build a copper pyramid you have to use ONLY copper.  :'(  This forum thread is called Pyramid material right? You have presented a perfect opportunity to bring up some valuable information. :D Even though copper and steel are both conductors they have very different electromagnetic properties. For example, copper is diamagnetic, while steel is ferromagnetic. This can throw off the entire musical harmony of it all, the whole electromagnetic radiation pattern.  ::)

Cool, so the solenoids are all wound CW. :) Now determine for each edge, each solenoid, what the directionality of the magnetic flux is flowing through it. You have to use the Right Hand Grip Rule (RHGR) to tell you where North is on each end of the solenoid. But you probably already know that!  :P You may have overlooked configuration of the solenoids.  :o  Think of the square base as a separate circuit, you want the solenoids to point S-N, S-N, S-N, S-N all the way around the base in a CCW manner. This way the result is a dipole pointing skyward toward the pyramid peak via the RGHR again.  ;D

As an aside, I promised a picture of my pyramid.  :) Here is one picture with two pyramids, one made of aluminum and the other copper. This was taken two years ago, when I was a young lad and experimenting with the Peter Grandics patent.  8) I have come a long way since then ...

http://i1037.photobucket.com/albums/a455/pyramidtime/PyramidTime-GrandicsReplication.png?t=1289881830

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Offline screaminvern

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Re: Pyramid material
« Reply #20 on: November 17, 2010, 12:17:53 PM »
OK, I'm going to lose the cups, cut and solder the angled pipes to the four corners of the base, check the solenoids for magnetic polarity.

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Re: Pyramid material
« Reply #21 on: November 17, 2010, 02:06:50 PM »
Please try the pyramid with no bottom frame,  pyramids 4 bottom rods should be all connected to ground. I see that the pyramid is not a closed loop system and should be connected to earth,

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Offline pyramidtime

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Re: Pyramid material
« Reply #22 on: November 23, 2010, 07:41:07 PM »
how is that pyramid setup going screaminvern?

Offline screaminvern

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« Reply #23 on: November 24, 2010, 05:40:11 AM »
Hi guys, I took the cups off, and now I have to take the solenoids off as they are insulated from the copper pipe with electrical tape. If I don't take the tape off, I'll have a mess when I start soldering :P
If it seems I'm dragging my feet on this project, please let me explain myself. I went back to school this year, and I have been busy with homework, and finals week is almost here  :o  I will get the changes made  ;D

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Re: Pyramid material
« Reply #24 on: November 29, 2010, 02:49:57 AM »
been there.  8)

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Re: Pyramid material
« Reply #25 on: February 04, 2011, 10:48:41 PM »
Hello Everyone,

I only now found the pyramid posts. I have experimented with pyramids for quite a number of years. I am wondering if you other pyramid experimenters are trying to make electricity only or is anyone interested in the original "pyramid energy" as per Patrick Flanagan?

In my experience to make pyramid energy, the pyramid needs sides and not just four posts(perhaps with making electricity too). I believe ferrous metal should not be used as it will interfere with the earth's magnetic flux as it travels through the pyramid. We theorized that this flux was slightly diverted in an upward direction due to the pyramid's incline, then more flux would take its place and you would get a massive amount of energy swirling around and coming off the top of the pyramid. We based this theory on kirlian images of the pyramid where the swirling energy would diminish with an increase or decrease of the incline and become non-existent without any sides whatsoever. The materials we used were a wood pyramid frame covered with a 4mil plastic and also cardboard pyramids.

I have wondered about getting free electricity from a pyramid but have not as yet experimented with this aspect. If anyone would like to share experiments, let me know.  We could start another thread and/or confer elsewhere.

All the best,

bb

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