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Author Topic: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions  (Read 375504 times)

Offline starcruiser

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #150 on: May 15, 2008, 02:43:40 PM »
or a parallel wire perhaps? I still think a mag field will assist the current flow direction but Experimentation will determine if a mag field will help capture more Beta particles, perhaps a neo/electro magnet can be used to orientate the atomic structure to increase output??

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #151 on: May 15, 2008, 03:20:39 PM »
My personal point of view on this...

1. Yes correct. Departing particles (photon, electron etc.) may have different speeds. The higher the speed is, the higher B-field is needed to capture the particle. Or to hold it inside the coil. Just like a rocket trying leave earths gravity field.

2. Capture departing or radiating particles and guide them to the carbon rod where the period of decay ends, and electrons are added to the current flow, increasing it.

3. What is it with these toroids!?! This is not a TPU of any kind. Many many devices (amplifiers etc.) have toroidal transformers. Those are good because they don't have allmost at all external magnetic field and they are very efficient. Toroidal transformer can not capture particles unless they hit straight to it, because no external mag. field.
This toroidal transformer is in Naudin's VSG setup only for measurement purposes! It does not give out power, but merely a small signal that can be measured with oscilloscope.

(http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/1323444_vmilh/notatpu.jpg)

       I suggest that what you picture is 1/2 a tpu.  Replace the wire whose current is being measured with a wire carrying a high frequency pulse.  The outer torroidal current transformer will act like a ferrite bead does to choke hf.  The exposure of the copper in the current transformer to a very fast magnetic field change should elicit some mass to energy conversion in the atomic lattice of the current transformer copper.  The pulse needs to be as square as possible and should not exceed 5khz.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #152 on: May 15, 2008, 03:58:20 PM »
...Give us a clue on what would be the best suggested coil. A spherical coil perhaps?
Or a tube?

For what purpose? And in what kind of a setup?
Like in J.N. VSG, a pulse of 37V and ~300A is difficult to handle or to convert. If we want to convert it for example to 240VAC 50Hz like here in Finland is the standard, will be a demanding task. Some kind of a transformer is must and toroidal transformers do have best qualities. How ewer, all transformers must have some inductance and that inductance will add resistance.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #152 on: May 15, 2008, 03:58:20 PM »
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #153 on: May 16, 2008, 12:38:59 PM »
@sulake

Probably a sharp <=5kHz sqaure zap via a set of (copper?) wires through the copper coil which will produce more energy in the coil than the zap is worth.
The only problem is - why aren't we doing it with common transformers already?

And as for magnets there is a schematic which consists of an iron nail core, primary and secondary windings, a ringmagnet cover with a possible COP=2. I have not tryed it. But it has all the components covered here (besides the carbonuclear setup) with the added info of a square, sharp, hf impulse. (I am able to dig it up, from what I remember it was related to a kind of solid-state Adams 'motor' setup if anyone is interested and it fits under this thread)

@sparks

Lay out your masterplan, mate - things are getting confusing.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #154 on: May 16, 2008, 01:15:39 PM »
@ww.we

I found it, it's called "Harwood-Jankowski POD". POD for Power-On-Demand. I suggest that this is out of the scope of this thread.


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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #155 on: May 16, 2008, 01:26:55 PM »
...Probably a sharp <=5kHz sqaure zap via a set of (copper?) wires through the copper coil which will produce more energy in the coil than the zap is worth.
The only problem is - why aren't we doing it with common transformers already?

You can not just take a common transformer like from your audio amplifier that has a toroidal transformer. It is designed for another frequency and the efficiency will rapidly drop down if the frequency changes? Definitely in this setup where the current must rise extremely fast. Inductance will resist this fast current rise. So the transformer must not have inductance witch means that it must have only just few primary turns. And that is bad efficiency I think? I will soon test an old welding transformer backwards, feed the secondary that has wery thick wire and just few turns to get higher voltage out..

About obtaining the materials for experiments.
I have also bought gouging electrodes (8mm) that have copper coating. I then removed the copper coating with the same sodium persulfate that I use to etch my circuit boards. I’m now milling the carbon rods to make a different kind of “reactor” if you can call it that. :D

It would be nice to hear about your experiments and perhaps pictures.

http://www.alibaba.com/product-free/11083936/Carbon_Welding_Electrodes_Gouging_Electrode_.html

(http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/1327368_cxzwx/materials_VSG1.jpg)

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #156 on: May 16, 2008, 02:34:14 PM »
   I  hope that the below pic will explain the similarities in the work I see going on in this thread.  The 5khz limitation I mentioned is because of the reaction time needed for the weak magnetic ambient conditions in a natural magnetic field like you would have on a bench top.  The below diagram concentrates the magnetic field disruption at much higher frequencies but this is experienced by a gas which forms a plasma.  The plasma creates it's own magnetic field.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #157 on: May 16, 2008, 02:48:37 PM »
I'm sorry, perhaps I am just not getting the connection,
but why do people keep trying to turn this into a TPU or
POD or other "OU transformer" idea?

I thought the theory of mr Vall?e is pretty clear and convincing,
and Naudins experiments seem to substantiate the theory...
So why don't we stick to that theory?
Why would we want to throw away that theory and try to turn
it into a TPU/POD type interpretation?

And as far as I know the TPU and POD are both devices that have
enjoyed quite some interest in the recent past, but in the end
only one or two of the hundreds of people that tinkered with the things
actually managed to get close to the claimed output results,
and the operating principles, exact construction details and specific
tuning details are often still subject of speculation and debate,
so it seems those devices are far from understood...
Or at least, if that understanding does exist, it does not appear
to be present in most of the discussion groups and threads where
those devices are discussed...

I'm not principally opposed to the TPU or the POD, in case you got that
impression, but I do feel very strongly that if Sparks or anyone else
thinks they know how they work and how to build working versions that
actually produce OU, then they should come forward and tell us exactly
how to replicate one that works. Otherwise it just stays in the realm of
speculation about those devices, and they will remain "interesting ideas"
instead of "OU devices".
So far I have heard various theories about them, but seen no actual
working versions except for those of the original "inventors" (Marks for the
TPU and Harwood for the POD).

I see zero reason for just dismissing Vall?e's theory in favour of some speculative
TPU- or pulsed transformer style idea.
It may be that a pulsed tansformer could produce OU, but is that really what we
were talking about? I thought we were talking about stimulated artificial beta emission...
And Vall?e gives a brief overview of several elements that qualify for such a Protelf
reaction, based on slightly more than the simple fact that the elements are good conductors.
Silver, copper and gold are not among those in his overview.

But hey, perhaps I misunderstood the fairly cryptic statements Sparks dropped...?

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #158 on: May 16, 2008, 03:54:33 PM »
@Koen1


     I must apologize for clouding this thread.  There were a #of persons here that mentioned welding transformers and of course the spark gaps created when you weld as well as a torroidal coil placed around a current carrying conductor not being a tpu.  I thought by posting my experiment a similarity in the dynamics would be appreciated.  Just can't resist this one more "spark".   If you are a welder:  what uses more energy to change stainless steel into a gas.  A carbon cut rod or a plazma cutter ?.  Seeya.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #159 on: May 16, 2008, 04:08:52 PM »
Juan is the original poster, aka Tesla_2006.  He is the one who made that monster 60 kW power source using this technology (the picture I posted).  That device is self-powering, and yes!, it's generating 60 kilowatts of power from 'thin air'. 

 :o

Come now Feynman, please share EVERYTHING you know about this box.

Do you have proof it is self-powering and generating 60kWh? Measurements?

If so POST POST POST or send a link where to find more information please

Blueprints, parts lists, manufacturers

Is Juan in Spain or South America? If in Spain I am going to try and hook up real world.

Come on now, please back up these claims!!!

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #160 on: May 16, 2008, 05:00:38 PM »
@AquariuZ

My post with the 1-2-3-4 is from Juan as well. I put it here for the same reason you put the picture - to share and invoke ideas.


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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #161 on: May 16, 2008, 07:01:07 PM »
@Koen1


     I must apologize for clouding this thread.  There were a #of persons here that mentioned welding transformers and of course the spark gaps created when you weld as well as a torroidal coil placed around a current carrying conductor not being a tpu.  I thought by posting my experiment a similarity in the dynamics would be appreciated. 

Okay, I understand that and I did vagely catch that it has to do with other stuff you're working on, but I'm afraid I don't see the connection that clearly...
I guess I'm just stuck with my head in the Protelf thing too much...

Your posting and input are certainly appreciated.
I just have some trouble getting a clear picture of what exactly you were trying to tell us,
and with fitting that into this thread.

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 If you are a welder:  what uses more energy to change stainless steel into a gas.  A carbon cut rod or a plazma cutter ?.
Idk...?

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #162 on: May 17, 2008, 04:51:33 AM »
All parts and components for my VSG are now ready. Only thing that prevents me from firing it at this very moment is a Geiger Counter. I will start testing tomorrow if I can get my hands on one.

Thanks,

Miki.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #163 on: May 17, 2008, 07:08:29 AM »
Might I ask how many reading this post have the parts already, and how many are still waiting for things to arrive?
I have all the parts now, only need to assemble it.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #164 on: May 17, 2008, 10:51:06 AM »
Might I ask how many reading this post have the parts already, and how many are still waiting for things to arrive?
I have all the parts now, only need to assemble it.


Parts I've got so far for replication:

1.2mm thoriated tungsten rods
Small carbon from AAA batt.
Collector toroid.
Load resistor.
Storage scope.
64V supply.

Part I need:
big 100V cap/s.

The thoriated tungsten may sound thin, but I have 10 rods and I can bundle them or I can cut them and surround the carbon rod with them in various configs.

I live in Spain, anyone point me to a good source for big electrolytics with at least 100V breakdown.

 

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