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Author Topic: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011  (Read 657944 times)

Offline Rosemary Ainslie

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #420 on: March 28, 2011, 05:10:08 PM »
And guys - just a small ray of light in what, at the moment seems an endlessly dark tunnel.  It seems that we may yet be able to do a second demonstration - to a small but EXPERT audience.  This time I say this with a great deal of circumspection - but it does, indeed, seem MUCH more promising.  So far 2 are committed to coming and there may be more.  Who knows?  Perhaps we'll get that acknowledgement or, dare I say it, accreditation, after all. 

I guess the magic is always in the timing. Now I've got to get the circuit operational.  So I've crossed my fingers and am saying my prayers.

Kindest as ever,
Rosemary


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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #421 on: March 28, 2011, 05:33:01 PM »
And by the way - it's being said that we are intending to claim an OU.com prize.   Stefan - for the record - we will not be accepting any prizes - ever.  Expert accreditation will be prize enough.  Not that I don't need money.  It's just not the point of this.  At all.  Not even close.  Personally - if there's a prize contender I think it should go to LaserSaber or to the Joule Thief developers.  And I also think both should have been considered - way back.  Actually there's been so much.  It's a shame that we all have to keep on struggling for recognition of this work.  Hopefully the day will yet come when there's open acknowledgement.

Rosemary

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #422 on: March 28, 2011, 05:53:43 PM »
Hi Rosie
As far as claiming the prize I am not aware of anyone coming close, the criteria is for a 1 W device,
yes 1 Watt of free energy may seem a small amount to some people but it would be a revolution
anyway I am still waiting to see one,  maybe one year ::)
http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=5707.0

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #423 on: March 28, 2011, 07:24:17 PM »
Hi Rosemary,
Can I ask what is your end goal?

For me, the end goal for a successful free energy device is this:
Make 6 - 10 working replications, make as fine detailed blueprints as I can (for easy replication - any one can do), then mail the 6 - 10 working replications to the top universities across the globe (America, China, India, Australia, New Zealand, Canada etc etc). And also mail it to key interest groups (like this and energetic forum). The day I mail it, I also apply for a GPL license with no royalties or anything, just the GPL so no one could patent it, carefully making sure it can be reproduced by anyone - also making it difficult for people to profit from it.

The result (hopefully):
Free energy for the world, and the governments would be powerless to cover and suppress it.

Poit

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #424 on: March 28, 2011, 07:31:14 PM »
Hi Rosie
As far as claiming the prize I am not aware of anyone coming close, the criteria is for a 1 W device,
yes 1 Watt of free energy may seem a small amount to some people but it would be a revolution
anyway I am still waiting to see one,  maybe one year ::)
http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=5707.0

Cat?  I think we're dealing with anything up to and more than 44 watts.  And we certainly don't see a cost.  What intrigues me is that we claim this - others claim all kind of ou results and YET none of us is believed.  What gives guys?  Must every piece of evidence just be ignored - forever?  And how more conclusively does one give evidence.  I think we've exhausted ourselves in this effort.  Frankly this is just way too depressing.  Poynty et al - deny on principle and the rest of you?  Out of habit? 

Rosemary

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #425 on: March 28, 2011, 07:41:24 PM »
Hi Rosemary,
Can I ask what is your end goal?

For me, the end goal for a successful free energy device is this:
Make 6 - 10 working replications, make as fine detailed blueprints as I can (for easy replication - any one can do), then mail the 6 - 10 working replications to the top universities across the globe (America, China, India, Australia, New Zealand, Canada etc etc). And also mail it to key interest groups (like this and energetic forum). The day I mail it, I also apply for a GPL license with no royalties or anything, just the GPL so no one could patent it, carefully making sure it can be reproduced by anyone - also making it difficult for people to profit from it.

The result (hopefully):
Free energy for the world, and the governments would be powerless to cover and suppress it.

Poit

Well.  That's more or less what we've done.  Interestingly - there's some small interest bubbling.  so.  Maybe it'll work.

Rosemary

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #426 on: March 28, 2011, 08:36:38 PM »
Cat?  I think we're dealing with anything up to and more than 44 watts.  And we certainly don't see a cost.  What intrigues me is that we claim this - others claim all kind of ou results and YET none of us is believed.  What gives guys?  Must every piece of evidence just be ignored - forever?  And how more conclusively does one give evidence.  I think we've exhausted ourselves in this effort.  Frankly this is just way too depressing.  Poynty et al - deny on principle and the rest of you?  Out of habit? 

Rosemary

This is all very good research and you are very determined, the problem is if you have free energy
then why can't you or anybody else produce a self-runner (yes that did come out as words)
as we are now on your third thread and yet again having measurement disagreement  ::)
I feel that a self-runner it is the only answer left
I have seen many try to reproduced your work,some of them I know well and I trust them, yet they have also failed, I would love to make one of your circuits, if only I could believe in it.
Best of luck with the research I hope you win in the end you deserve it
 ;)

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #427 on: March 28, 2011, 08:54:51 PM »
Hi Rosie
As far as claiming the prize I am not aware of anyone coming close, the criteria is for a 1 W device,
yes 1 Watt of free energy may seem a small amount to some people but it would be a revolution
anyway I am still waiting to see one,  maybe one year ::)
http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=5707.0

Many people regard patents are simply an effective way of netting potential 'problematic' inventions, then either buying them outright our having them classified as having national-security implications - either way, they never see the light of day!  I see this $1 million as a similar scam.  Reminds me of the Great Randi's $1 million offer for proof of the paranormal - all smoke and mirrors as the 'terms & conditions' he stipulates are farcical.  There's actually a very well-made youtube video that highlight this perfectly, except it done from the wannabe-psychics perspective, hilarious but scripted directly along the lines of what Randi demands.  Idiot!

But I digress, I was considering an application for this tech and hit on something I am actually thinking of buying - a steam-distiller, the type for removing fluoride and chlorine etc. from tap-water.  I currently get all my water from a natural spring, but have to drive quite a long way for it.  They cost around $200, and seem to consume around 600W.  I'm sure one could be made for a small fraction of that cost.  But cooler still would be one that consumes little or no power!!!  Even with ordinary-tech, that 600W should be easy to improve on - how about one of those piezo-foggers coupled with a tiny element to flash-steam the sucker!  Just thinking out loud...

@Rosemary - You have a good brain, could you guesstimate what maximum output I could expect using your setup and a ton of Nokia 3.6V 1100mAH batteries connected in series - I have well over 100 of these guys that are begging to find an application!  I realise their combined series-resistance may rule them out as being practical but I was quite impressed having used just 5 in series, I was able to have them comfortably power a 20W mini-pc for almost 45min - a home-brew UPS!  btw, I ordered a 4KW heater element from China because it was so ludicrously cheap - $4 including shipping!  I was sure it must be a mistake but my payment went through, so we'll see!  Have no idea what I'm going to do with it though! :D

Edit:  Just re-read that and it's a pretty open-ended question!  Guess what I'm really asking is, do you think this thing is do-able with such small-sized batteries?
« Last Edit: March 28, 2011, 10:23:21 PM by Sprocket »

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #428 on: March 28, 2011, 10:20:11 PM »
This particular device is designed to produce heat.  It does so with apparently little or no disturbance to the source dipole.  One way to recover energy to make a "self run" would be via peltier junction, but lets think in a little more practical terms.  A small photovoltaic panel would amply cover providing current to the batteries to replace any that may be lost covering the cost of switching in the circuit.  That is simply adding another input to our already open system, and adding that input at the source dipole, a point in the circuit that is critical to maintaining the resonance.  I'm sure we could charge up a cap or even a tuned LC in the circuit itself somewhere as well without critically altering the heating effect, and switch it with an SCR so it dumps that collected potential back across the battery as well, if need be.

If we are seeing energy radiate through the circuit in all directions that there is a path to a point of lower potential, even back into the source dipole, then it appears we have the desired effect already though.  Artificial stimulation of the environment to produce a resonant condition which creates harvestable electrostatic potentials.  Lightning in a bottle:)  If, at very worst, we have an incredibly efficient heater that draws very little current from a photovoltaic panel/battery array, then we have still done something important.

Cheers,
Twinbeard


This is all very good research and you are very determined, the problem is if you have free energy
then why can't you or anybody else produce a self-runner (yes that did come out as words)
as we are now on your third thread and yet again having measurement disagreement  ::)
I feel that a self-runner it is the only answer left
I have seen many try to reproduced your work,some of them I know well and I trust them, yet they have also failed, I would love to make one of your circuits, if only I could believe in it.
Best of luck with the research I hope you win in the end you deserve it
 ;)

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=videos&search_query=Rosemary+Ainslie+circuit&search_sort=video_date_uploaded&suggested_categories=28&uni=3

Offline Rosemary Ainslie

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #429 on: March 28, 2011, 10:23:28 PM »
Rosemary - You have a good brain, could you guesstimate what maximum output I could expect using your setup and a ton of Nokia 3.6V 1100mAH batteries connected in series - I have well over 100 of these guys that are begging to find an application!  I realise their combined series-resistance may rule them out as being practical but I was quite impressed having used just 5 in series, I was able to have them comfortably power a 20W mini-pc for almost 45min - a home-brew UPS!  btw, I ordered a 4KW heater element from China because it was so ludicrously cheap - $4 including shipping!  I was sure it must be a mistake but my payment went through, so we'll see!  Have no idea what I'm going to do with it though! :D
Hello Sprocket.  Golly.  That's a lot of batteries.  I'd be most interested to see if they'd work.  Can't see why not.  Why so many?  I don't own a hundred of anything.  Never been brave enough to buy in bulk.  My argument is that I'm not sure I'll live long enough to make use of it.  Well.  I have a Greek friend who tells me that they consider there's only 1 sin.  That's buying retail.  LOL.  So.  I've clearly got a lot to learn.

But I can't make predictions here - unfortunately.  You'll just have to find out. But that's certainly at least a potential 360 volts to apply.  It should be interesting.  And at that value you should also be able see how well they last.  Pity they're not rechargeable.  I'm not sure if that would be required to take advantage of that energy return.  I see Lawrence's device forever being compromised because of this lack.  That's the real advantage of those lead acid numbers.

Anyway.  Good luck.  Nice to see the questions being asked.  Wish I could answer them.

Kindest regards,
Rosemary


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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #430 on: March 28, 2011, 10:28:08 PM »
This particular device is designed to produce heat.  It does so with apparently little or no disturbance to the source dipole.  One way to recover energy to make a "self run" would be via peltier junction, but lets think in a little more practical terms.  A small photovoltaic panel would amply cover providing current to the batteries to replace any that may be lost covering the cost of switching in the circuit.  That is simply adding another input to our already open system, and adding that input at the source dipole, a point in the circuit that is critical to maintaining the resonance.  I'm sure we could charge up a cap or even a tuned LC in the circuit itself somewhere as well without critically altering the heating effect, and switch it with an SCR so it dumps that collected potential back across the battery as well, if need be.

If we are seeing energy radiate through the circuit in all directions that there is a path to a point of lower potential, even back into the source dipole, then it appears we have the desired effect already though.  Artificial stimulation of the environment to produce a resonant condition which creates harvestable electrostatic potentials.  Lightning in a bottle:)  If, at very worst, we have an incredibly efficient heater that draws very little current from a photovoltaic panel/battery array, then we have still done something important.

Cheers,
Twinbeard

Nice thinking Twinbeard.   :)

Offline Rosemary Ainslie

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #431 on: March 28, 2011, 10:39:09 PM »
This is all very good research and you are very determined, the problem is if you have free energy
then why can't you or anybody else produce a self-runner (yes that did come out as words)
as we are now on your third thread and yet again having measurement disagreement  ::)
I feel that a self-runner it is the only answer left
I have seen many try to reproduced your work,some of them I know well and I trust them, yet they have also failed, I would love to make one of your circuits, if only I could believe in it.
Best of luck with the research I hope you win in the end you deserve it
 ;)


http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=videos&search_query=Rosemary+Ainslie+circuit&search_sort=video_date_uploaded&suggested_categories=28&uni=3

Good point Cat.  I can't answer you here.  Actually I can.  But it would take me forever.  I expect something jolly close to a closed system though.  And - frankly - I think we've got exactly that.  But - as ever - time will tell.  I'm tired of trying to convince anyone at all.  I'll be happy when we get a few anomalies endorsed by our learned and revered as that may be a start towards something a little more positive.  At least we can show that continual negative number - on low and high outputs.  They'll have to digest that.   And hopefully they'll come with their flash drives - so they can do their own sums.  I'm also looking forward to their factoring in for that inductance when they do those integrations.  It only adds to our argument.

Where I really feel I earn the prize is that I'm doing any experiments at all.  It bores me to tears.

Kindest regards,
Rosie 

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #432 on: March 28, 2011, 10:50:25 PM »
There are still more questions than answers  ::) as usual when all is said and done, more is said than done. ;D all I am saying is a self-runner is a very good way of proving your theory, if you have excess energy use it to make a self runner ???
oh how the world needs free energy now and I fully support any one trying to achieve this
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #433 on: March 28, 2011, 10:59:59 PM »
Sorry I must have been posting when you were,so I missed your last reply,
any advances that you make in the direction of efficiency is a great step forward,
I am like most people here dreaming of free energy,
enough from me tonight.
determination will get you there in the end
 ;)

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie circuit demonstration on Saturday March 12th 2011
« Reply #434 on: March 29, 2011, 01:42:29 AM »
Hello Sprocket.  Golly.  That's a lot of batteries.  I'd be most interested to see if they'd work.  Can't see why not.  Why so many?  I don't own a hundred of anything.  Never been brave enough to buy in bulk.  My argument is that I'm not sure I'll live long enough to make use of it.  Well.  I have a Greek friend who tells me that they consider there's only 1 sin.  That's buying retail.  LOL.  So.  I've clearly got a lot to learn.

But I can't make predictions here - unfortunately.  You'll just have to find out. But that's certainly at least a potential 360 volts to apply.  It should be interesting.  And at that value you should also be able see how well they last.  Pity they're not rechargeable.  I'm not sure if that would be required to take advantage of that energy return.  I see Lawrence's device forever being compromised because of this lack.  That's the real advantage of those lead acid numbers.

Anyway.  Good luck.  Nice to see the questions being asked.  Wish I could answer them.

Kindest regards,
Rosemary

I got them for nothing from a store that was closing down, and they're all brand-new!  They're also all rechargeable, (NiMH) so no problem there either.  Yes, I've got 300+ volts but I'm sure their combined resistance would prove a problem, especially where high current draw is involved - like here I expect!  But you're right, it needs to be tested...