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Offline starcruiser

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #45 on: May 05, 2008, 10:32:33 PM »
@AbbaRue,

The 60Kw unit is supposed to be 220VAC @ 50Hz. I would think this is great for a large home. Maybe even a bit over sized but if all heating needs are converted to AC power this might be the way to go. Totally off the grid.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #46 on: May 05, 2008, 11:09:46 PM »
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You still do not get the point - it is impossible to base overunity on conventional physics

I strongly disagree.  Yes, First Law is incorrect, but its general application is calorimetry, and there are already a catalog of violations.  We are not talking about First Law.   What we are discussing here is a device based on the electroweak theory, where QED has been unified with weak nuclear decay via SU(2) x U(1).  This process (the electroweak theory) INHERENTLY recognizes broken symmetry.  This is exactly what they are looking for at LHC.  They want Higgs boson in order to enable the spontaneous symmetry breaking.  Tell me that "overunity is impossible in conventional physics."  They are looking for a god damn overunity particle!   Whether or not they find it is a different question.  But I can't see how you can make such a statement, when the whole point of the Higgs boson is to enable the electroweak broken symmetry. 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electroweak

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Probably that's why most SM TPU replication attempts failed.
I see a lot of your comments posted on here, but I have yet to see you post a single attempt of your own. Perhaps you should leave the armchair for once, construct a device, and post your results?


@AbbaRue

I have not heard back from Juan. He is either very busy or dead.  I am glad you too are interested in these devices.  I do not have all the information you are asking, but I myself am also curious.  Hopefully we get a response in the next week or two;  if not, we will have to conduct the basic research ourselves. I think Juan's output is 50hz AC, I am not sure of the voltage, although it is probably around 220VAC.  One thing we noted is the GE CL04s , which are 3-phase motor starters.  We are unsure at the moment if they are being used in single-phase or three-phase operation, though my current thoughts are single-phase. It does not appear Juan is using an inverter, so I suspect he is directly generating AC (via the two control boards in the lower right corner of the photograph).

@starcruiser

That's kind of the idea I am thinking, I think it is possible to collect much more energy than Naudin , especially if you bias the collector toroid with a strong B-field in order to better capture the escaping Beta electrons.
« Last Edit: May 05, 2008, 11:35:06 PM by Feynman »

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #47 on: May 06, 2008, 07:29:04 AM »
Whether or not they find it is a different question.
Believe me, they won't find it, or at least it won't change our world. If it was so 'easy' as you are trying to say why we are not running overunity devices already? Fundamental research is usually never ahead of practice. It may predict something, but then it can do nothing until practical results are archieved. If those bosons can only be detected in LHC, your and those guy's theory is even in a bigger trouble. I still think you do not understand the whole political footprint of modern science.

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Probably that's why most SM TPU replication attempts failed.
I see a lot of your comments posted on here, but I have yet to see you post a single attempt of your own. Perhaps you should leave the armchair for once, construct a device, and post your results?
This is a short-minded comment. I'm not a high-voltage electric engineer - I do not want to fry myself and die this way. Dealing with HV requires several years of education and practice - this is simply not my field of knowledge. Call me PC hero if that'll make your life easier.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #48 on: May 06, 2008, 10:36:58 AM »
Device #3
I built a device based on the Correas'  Abnormal discharge tube about 2 years ago.
At one point I measured an output 5 times as high as the input.
An interesting observation I made is; no mater how much current I drew from it the input never went up.
So I concluded that I was always using only a fraction of the actual output for my loads.
The output was AC and varied between 700 and 4000 Hz.

I couldn't get it to stay stable.
I had to keep turning the vacuum pump on to get the vacuum up again.
Also the AC output was very chaotic making it hard to step up or down with a transformer.
So I dropped my research in that direction, but I learned a lot.


This device #1 looks a lot easier to build and control.
I like the idea of needing less then 50volts.
If the beta output is a very high voltage and current then shouldn't we be
using only a few turns of very thick wire to get as much current as possible at a lower voltage?

Now to find a good source for toroidal cores to make the betatron collector.
Well it is sort of one.  Sounds good anyway.

Any info on a good source for the cores?

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #49 on: May 06, 2008, 11:20:28 AM »

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #50 on: May 06, 2008, 11:45:36 AM »
Brems-Strahlung

http://www.datasync.com/~rsf1/bremindx.htm

Pese
Thanks for the link. Unfortunately, it's pretty hard to get all these papers for a science neophyte, so this compilation is pretty useless. What is strange is that the last article is dated 1986. Two decades of silence in this area of research? Pretty suspicious.

Regarding overunity, it should be noted that one when studying Bremsstrahlung should take a note on second order effects: e.g. acceleration of paricles and shift of EM field energies standing nearby to the event of Bremsstrahlung. Mainstream physics may be simply blind to study these second order effects (due to conservation of energy - nobody will even dare to question it).

It seems that at high voltages (20kV and above) Bremsstrahlung produces x-rays due to nuclear electron shifts (what a surprise! :) ), so such voltages should not be used in development: just a warning.

Also note that both acceleration and decelleration causes Bremsstrahlung. I have not found any info on side effects of acceleration Bremsstrahlung: could be also interesting.
« Last Edit: May 06, 2008, 12:25:43 PM by aleks »

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #51 on: May 06, 2008, 12:44:45 PM »
What's with the Brems-strahlung?
Perhaps instead of just dropping the term, someone could just use words to
tell us what in particular they appear to want to say?

So you can decellerate moving 'free' electrons and obtain radiation emissions.
That's not new, is it?
But that does not really appear to be what happens here...
After all, the "Brems-strahlung" energy should amount to that lost by the electron
in motion. That does not appear to explain the excess energy released
in this system...

But I may just be missing something, of course ;)

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #52 on: May 06, 2008, 12:59:25 PM »
That does not appear to explain the excess energy released
in this system... But I may just be missing something, of course ;)
This is what energy conservation dogma says..

But take a note on power spectrum plot of  Bremsstrahlung event:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bremsstrahlung

Energy at DC (w=0) is infinite. I'm sure mainstream physics can't do anything about that because quantitatively it means nothing, but if you add a bit of imagination you'll understand that it looks exactly as a singularity and the qualitative result is not what quantum theory can even predict. So, I'm giving my understanding: on Bremsstrahlung event a singularity is created which can be defined as DC acoustic wave or DC EM wave (previously I've posted my idea that electromagnetism and acoustics-kinetics unite at DC frequency emission). X-ray radiation which interests mainstream science in Bremsstrahlung is only a secondary order effect. I can imagine that other second order effects may stay unstudied - and they are exactly the effects many here strive to achieve in overunity quest. :)

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #53 on: May 06, 2008, 01:20:54 PM »
Ah, ok, now I see your point.
Thanks Aleks! :)
Need to ponder this some more...

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #54 on: May 06, 2008, 01:36:32 PM »
Device #3
I built a device based on the Correas'  Abnormal discharge tube about 2 years ago.
At one point I measured an output 5 times as high as the input.
An interesting observation I made is; no mater how much current I drew from it the input never went up.
So I concluded that I was always using only a fraction of the actual output for my loads.
The output was AC and varied between 700 and 4000 Hz.

Is this based on the Russian Chernetsky device?
I have seen this on the Equinnox channel 4 programme "It runs on Water".
Do you still have the device and are you able to still run in?
It would be useful to see a picture of it.

I was wondering if there might be a link between this device and the TPU, the reason being is that when the core was cut through the inside looked like black carbon. Could be carbon impregnated foam. Is it possible the carbon toroid was wraped in two loops bare copper wire and a pulsed current applied across the two loops that would arc through the carbon toroid.
The collector loops would provide the output.
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #55 on: May 06, 2008, 04:02:03 PM »
@aleks

Okay, I will call you "armchair theorist" since all you seem to do is post nonsense without bothering to build anything.  No one said you had to use high voltage.  I think you are just making excuses.

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Believe me, they won't find [Higgs], or at least it won't change our world.
Which is it? 

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If it was so 'easy' as you are trying to say why we are not running overunity devices already?
Oh do tell me you are not this naive.  Have you even bothered to read a cursory history of this field?  TT Brown, Moray, etc?

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If those bosons can only be detected in LHC, your and those guy's theory is even in a bigger trouble.
By all means, please explain why. And who's theory?   It seems you don't even want to have an academic discussion.  It's much easier to troll around ranting about phonons than to actually discuss the mathematical details, isn't it.

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I still think you do not understand the whole political footprint of modern science.
HAH!  I think you are a troll or else just an idiot.  The 'political footprint of modern science' is control by powerful institutions with agendas and money.  You are telling me I don't understand that?  All you seem to do is post your 'theories' and claims of 'phonon' energy and other such nonsense without bothering to

a) build ANYTHING at all   
b) back up your claims with primary source research
c) tolerate people which you do not agree with

You can do as you please, but please stay the hell away from my posts.  I am trying to build a self-powering device with those builders who do not care for armchair theorists.  Theories are a dime a dozen, but people with the guts to sacrifice their own time and money for a cause are far more scarce.


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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #56 on: May 06, 2008, 04:16:07 PM »
Okay, I will call you "armchair theorist" since all you seem to do is post nonsense without bothering to build anything.  No one said you had to use high voltage.  I think you are just making excuses.
Well, it's up to you to consider my ideas or not. Beside that you are repeating my own ideas. Short rise time is more important than voltage. And well, you need power (number of moving electrons) not high voltage alone: this is obvious if you consider phonon (kinetic) interaction of electrons and atoms.

Unfortunately you've started to call me bad words: I have not deserved it I think. Reader of internet posts can always ignore posts of others.

And of course phonon (kinetic) impacts is the only way to overunity (I've given enough information and links to support that idea - read my posts via my profile if you want to). Sorry if you do not like this. Call me wrong or anything, but do not try to say I know nothing or writing non-sense. Non-sense is always non-sense to you yourself in the first place. It can simply be out of your current mental reach or understanding.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #57 on: May 06, 2008, 04:35:24 PM »
I am repeating your ideas?  Wow, that is an arrogant statement.  If you choose to build ANYTHING at all I would reconsider my designation of 'armchair theorist'.  I think anyone who reads this board can tell that there are people who build and experiment, and there are people who sit around and try to direct others with their theories.  You are one of the latter.

Regarding Bremsstrahlung, you neglect to mention the calculation only applies in uniform plasma.  Furthermore, w=0 is not "DC".  Please do not misrepresent the mathematics to support your claims.


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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #58 on: May 06, 2008, 05:33:01 PM »
I am repeating your ideas?  Wow, that is an arrogant statement.  If you choose to build ANYTHING at all I would reconsider my designation of 'armchair theorist'.

You could call me like that from the very start. Of course all I do is giving ideas. Direction? It's up to you, I'm at no power to "direct" anyone here, it's a paranoia to think I can direct anybody via my posts.

Regarding Bremsstrahlung, you neglect to mention the calculation only applies in uniform plasma.  Furthermore, w=0 is not "DC".  Please do not misrepresent the mathematics to support your claims.
Study Fourier transform. w=0 is DC when applied to voltage analysis. Since there is no good term for w=0 when applied to acoustics I've decided to use term DC. Name yours. "w=0 acoustic waves"? What's the difference between thermal Bremsstrahlung in uniform plasma and any other state of matter when electron-atom collisions are considered? There are no plots for Bremsstrahlung in non-plasma metals or gases on that page available. If you can find it let me know. If you can prove the available plot is not applicable to non-plasma states, let me know, too. (do not forget that spark gap produces ionised channel in gas which closely resembles gas plasma).

Here is an interesting talk I've found: http://www.bautforum.com/archive/index.php/t-40947.html
« Last Edit: May 06, 2008, 05:56:02 PM by aleks »

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #59 on: May 06, 2008, 05:51:29 PM »
Time and again, I see you posting on other people's threads, trying to fit whatever the topic is into your framework, as if somehow this will provide you with proximity when the invariable self-powering operation becomes replicated by a member here.  Since you have absolutely no construction skills or practical knowledge, and your theoretical knowledge is filled with holes, I'm afraid theoretical proximity is as close as you'll ever get.

Regarding your w=0 is DC claim, sorry, you are incorrect. w is the angular frequency. I know what Fourier Transforms are; I worked with them for years. You've "decided to use the term" DC, eh?  You clearly don't know what the hell you are talking about.  Please take your nonsense elsewhere. Thanks.
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