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Offline slapper

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #585 on: May 24, 2008, 05:45:35 AM »
You need Stan Deyo, also referenced by Callahan.  He used to be in black ops.  Hired by Teller.  I used to listen to him on Coast to Coast when he was still in Australia.  Here is video link:

Stan Deyo?

He blows....

(http://www.phonecotech.com/OverU/DeyoSmokeR1.gif)

...smoke rings.  ;D

Take care.

nap

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #586 on: May 24, 2008, 06:35:10 AM »

In 2006 I was doing experiments related to the effects of magnetic fields on a spark gap. For the spark gap I was using a tungsten and a carbon rod. Magnets were model C2525 neodymium, 25mm dia. x 25mm thick, magnetized axially with a surface gauss of 5000 and seperated by two glass panes.


(http://img145.imageshack.us/img145/76/spkgap1rw8.jpg)


I was using opposing poles across the gap and as I opened the gap a fan-like flat arc developed. When the south pole of the magnet pair was facing magnetic north, the fan-like arc occurred on the top side of the electrodes, however, when the north pole of the magnet pair was facing magnetic north, the fan-like arch occurred on the bottom side of the electrodes.


(http://img144.imageshack.us/img144/6617/t35c35fanqi9.jpg)


Question: Are beta particles influenced by a magnetic field in the same way as the arc?

If so then this gives some degree of control over their capture.

Also, it might explain a meter not being able to detect them if they were being directed away from the meter.

-Duff

Offline tishatang

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #587 on: May 24, 2008, 07:10:40 AM »
This device and the Moray device have at least two things in common. They are solid state and they both amplify the energy put in them.  The principles behind their operation may be different?  For those of you interested, here is a link to the story of Dr. Henry Moray.  It gets into his mind about the technology.   Read it and weep.  Know that the only way devices like this will reach the common man is through open source forums like this one.  Even if something gets through the patent process,  it will be trumped by the National Security Act.

http://www.hbci.com/~wenonah/history/moray.htm

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #588 on: May 24, 2008, 07:21:46 AM »
again, energetics are such that beta particles should not be produced with this reaction.

even in the presence of distributed graphene (which should actually be graphane since it contains no double bonds - semantics).

The arc was influenced due to the lorentz force.

Another interesting effect is to charge up a HV capacitor with small plates soldered onto the leads. Hold the plates on either side of a candle flame.

Ever see a flame turn sideways?

Yes, flames are plasma.

All charged particles obey the lorentz force. A flame can be influenced by a magnetic field, but since it is an equilibrium plasma, convective forces will generally dominate until you reach substantially higher magnetic field strengths than you would normally run into in an average lab setting.

The beta particles will feel an electrostatic or magnetic field just like any other electron.

give it a shot with a candle or torch and those neos, however. Perhaps combine the effects, I'd love to see it!


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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #589 on: May 24, 2008, 07:39:02 AM »
Hoker belgian scientist
Were did he come from?
You're telling me that someone else has had results with a similar setup back in the 1970's?
I would like to read more on his setup as well, were did you find this info?
I didn't know glass could stop beta, a glass window would be easier to see through then 1/4 inch of aluminum,
unless it was transparent aluminum. Are you sure it's not lead crystal they are using?


I put the link to the real ERIC d'HOKER ( it is from Franck Vallee who recognise him)

I put a lot of info from Franck Vallee 's forum in french ( too much work to translate in english)
in this thread :
http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,4744.msg99133.html#msg99133


there is no proof of the real setup of ERIC d'HOKER , RL Vallee could not reproduce it
as I said in this thread , related from Franck Vallee

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #590 on: May 24, 2008, 09:43:20 AM »

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Bonjour,

quelques informations et quelques rappels aux nouveaux venus.

Le club synerg?tique a pour vocation de r?pondre aux questions et d'?changer des informations dans le contexte de recherche en physique th?orique et exp?rimentale sur les postulats de la synerg?tique.

Ces postulats sont ?tablis au nombre de 4 :
1- le vide est constitu? d'une structure ?lectromagn?tique, ondulatoire et ?nerg?tique que l'on peut estimer ? 2.10+20 J/m3 ? partir de l'exp?rience de Fizeau. En aucun cas, la vitesse de la lumi?re peut ?tre consid?r?e comme constante universelle dans ce milieu turbulent.
2- l'expression E = m.c2 repr?sente une ?nergie potentielle qui contient ? la fois toute les ?nergies li?es ? la mati?re, ? l'inertie, mais aussi ? la gravitation, du fait de la d?croissance de la vitesse de la lumi?re au voisinnage des masses.
3- la mati?re est d'origine ?lectromagn?tique; sa stabilit? est li?e ? des fr?quences de phase universelle qui accordent par r?sonance les particules ?l?mentaires et les ?l?ments du tableau de Mendelev suivant des harmoniques. Les fr?quences de base sont celle du proton et de l'?lectron.
4- Il peut apparaitre des charges d'espace qui emprisonnent les ondes ?lectromagn?tiques et les "mat?rialisent" sous la forme de micro guides d'onde.

Aujourd'hui diverses nouvelles th?ories tendent ? donner raison ? la th?orie visionnaire de mon p?re, Ren?-Louis Vall?e.

En ce qui concerne l'anisotropie de la vitesse de la lumi?re, je renvois aux exp?riences de Miller/Allais ainsi qu'aux travaux r?cents de Ching Chan Su.
En ce qui concerne l'origine ?lectromagn?tique de la mati?re, je renvois aux travaux conduits par Bernard Haish concernant la SED (Stochastic Electrodynamics).
En ce qui concerne les charges d'espace, je renvois aux travaux de Van Vlaenderen.
En ce qui concerne la structure EM de la mati?re, je renvois aux travaux de Lenhert ainsi qu'? l'ouverture propos?e pour une capture d'?nergie d'espace.

Je r?pond ? toute question concernant l'ensemble de ces travaux.

PS: un espace www.stem-physics.com a ?t? ouvert en mars pour y cr?er un nouveau site. Dans l'imm?diat, je ne vois pas encore l'int?r?t de rajouter une voix suppl?mentaire dans la foire aux th?ories que repr?sente Internet. Je vais donc me contenter d'y transf?rer les contenus de l'ancien site, sans nouveaux apports.

Bien cordialement.

(Franck Vall?e.)

club-synergetique-owner@yahoogroupes.fr
http://franckvallee.free.fr


this is a bad translation ( I hope in english ) of these fondamental things

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In synergetique 4 postulates are established :

1- the vacuum is made up  an electromagnetic, undulatory and energetics structure  that we can estimate to 2.10+20 J/m3 starting from  experiment of Fizeau.

 in no case, speed of light can be regarded as universal constant in this turbulent medium.

2-  E = m.c2 represents a potential energy which contains at the same time all the bound energies of the matter, refence to inertia, but also with the gravitation, because of decrease speed of light in the vicinity of the masses.

3- the matter has electromagnetic origin;
 its stability is related to universal phase's frequencies  which grant by resonance the elementary particles and the elements of the table of Mendelev following his harmonics.

The basics frequencies are those of the proton and electron.

4- not translated.

 today various news theories tends to give reason to the visionary  theory of my father, Rene-Louis Vall?e.

With regard to the anisotropy speed of light, I references to the experiments of Miller/
and recent work of Ching Chan SU.

With regard to electromagnetic origin of the matter, I references with the work carried out by Bernard Haish concerning the SED (Stochastic Electrodynamics).

With regard to the "space loads" , I references with work of Van Vlaenderen.

With regard to  EM structure of the matter, I references with work of Lenhert


I answer any question relating to this work.

PS: a www.stem-physics.com space was open in March



sincerly yours


Offline aleks

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #591 on: May 24, 2008, 11:19:51 AM »
Here's a recent news item: http://newenergytimes.com/news/2008/29img/Arata-Demo.htm
Gas discharges + powdered substance ;) Just ask yourself what kind of force allows D-D to fuse into Helium-4 at 40 deg.C whereas mainstream physics needs millions of Kelvin. ;)
« Last Edit: May 24, 2008, 11:43:00 AM by aleks »

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #592 on: May 24, 2008, 03:42:26 PM »
on the above - well, article does not talk about 'gas discharges' - it says 'gas charging', so details are vague, but still presence of powder substance leads me to think they are dealing with magneto-gravitic monopoles that make deuterium fuse easily. "Gas charging" may mean that D2 gas is released in impulse portions, so their ZrO2Pd powder at least initially interacts mechanically with the D2 gas, which again supports "acoustic/phonon" nature of the effect.

This is what I think we should be having with carbon rod - but instead of very active fusion we should "simply" get a "sentury" EM potential on the toroid.

(according to various internet comments made on that discovery, "smart guys" are not really happy with reality of such cold fusion)

Offline epwpixieq-1

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #593 on: May 24, 2008, 05:19:40 PM »
Part of a translated commentary by Charlie Renegade, whoever he is  ???

.........
The theory of Synerg?tique developed by Professor Valley offers another means by a simple experience: - Pick up a piece of pure graphite (pencil extra dry 4H, kernel stack coal, etc.). A small amount is enough (10 grams), you will understand later. -- Attach an electrode at each end of the stick of graphite. -- Surround the stick of a coil of copper as to create an electromagnet. This will give you the transformer primary to a new genre. -- Put this little montage at the centre of a winding torus to be secondary to the processor.

Before going further, to summarize: You must have a stick with a graphite electrode at each end, surrounded by a winding, all located in the centre of a winding torus. Make you a GBF (low-frequency generator) and a phase shifter and connect them so that you get two sources sine (50 Hz is sufficient) out of step one over the other (the angle phase shift Not ;-). Connect a source directly onto the stick of carbon and other source out of sync on the terminals of the first coil (the one that surrounds directly carbon). Carbon is thus simultaneously excited by an electric field and a variable magnetic field varies with the same frequency but d?phas?. By playing on the phase angle, Professor Valley affirms that finding the right angle, the electron of the carbon atom enter into resonance, is destabilized and falls on the core, thus turning carbon 12 in bore12 much energy radiation ? (beta). The radiation is recovered by the winding torique which turns it into electricity.

The experiment was made in Belgium by physicist Eric D'ocker (or D'Hoker or even D'Hocker), which claims to have obtained secondary 4x more energy than it would have sent the primary. Myth or Reality? Where does the energy thus created? The professor said that referring Valley Energy and amplified in the primary (carbon + winding) it is possible to amplify the power of the current maximum of 8 kW per gram of carbon. Any replacement of carbon by another material is ineffective (no amplification). It is therefore possible, from a small electrical pulse to start, get an electric current self-powered and self-amplified from a single stick of carbon? Professor Ren?-Louis Valley states, Professor Eric D'ocker confirmed.
......

Interesting ....
In the latest issue of Infinite Energy magazine ( towards the end ) there is an experiment described with   99.999% carbon road and 36V DC passed through it. The experimenter observed transmutation of elements, as after the DC was applied and the carbon road was tested, subsequently, they recorded several ( around 10 ) new elements in the carbon road structure. Among the new elements in some tests they have seen up to 1.6% iron appearing. The roads were shipped subsequently to an independent lab that confirmed the results. This info seems to confirm that there are quite interesting effects going on worth delving into ...

SAS

Offline powercat

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #594 on: May 24, 2008, 06:32:31 PM »
Congratulations!  Remind me I owe you a beer at the first International Overunity Conference.


when and where is the OU conference ?

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #595 on: May 24, 2008, 07:23:36 PM »
The solubility and characteristics of hydrogen with various metals are very important in metallurgy (as many metals can suffer hydrogen embrittlement[4]) and in developing safe ways to store it for use as a fuel.[5] Hydrogen is highly soluble in many compounds composed of rare earth metals and transition metals[6] and can be dissolved in both crystalline and amorphous metals.[7] Hydrogen solubility in metals is influenced by local distortions or impurities in the metal crystal lattice.[8]

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

Nickel and zinc react well with hydrogen - it's how they filled observation balloons back in the day. Nickel/Zinc + HCl = H2

Also, alkenes can be catalyzed to alkanes on a nickel substrate. Hydrogen binds, the double bond binds, and they swap electrons while stuck to the nickel. Zero energy input beyond ambient.

I would suspect the Deuterium, instead of having a magnetic or gravitic interaction (which, personally, I do not quite grasp as pertinent here? - elaborate?) is simply adsorbed onto the zinc, providing a close-packing arrangement which minimizes the need for energy input in order to obtain a reaction.

Also of note, only about 20MeV is released when a single deuteron pair fuses. It is not unreasonable for a low-density reaction to produce usable amounts of energy. Neutrons are always a problem, however.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_fusion#Production_methods



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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #596 on: May 24, 2008, 07:40:32 PM »

Part of a translated commentary by Charlie Renegade, whoever he is 

.........
The theory of Synerg?tique developed by Professor Valley offers another means by a simple experience: - Pick up a piece of pure graphite (pencil extra dry 4H, kernel stack coal, etc.). A small amount is enough (10 grams), you will understand later. -- Attach an electrode at each end of the stick of graphite. -- Surround the stick of a coil of copper as to create an electromagnet. This will give you the transformer primary to a new genre. -- Put this little montage at the centre of a winding torus to be secondary to the processor ......


Interesting ....

this is not a good reference of synergetic !!

nobody knows about the reality of the HOKER's setup

DO NOT USE THIS DOCUMENT

I PUT in this forum a lot of documents which comes directly from VALLEE's son

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #597 on: May 24, 2008, 07:54:09 PM »
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_fusion#Production_methods
That's plain stupid, to quote mainstream physics (sorry to be a bit steep, but it really is stupid to quote something that does not even remotely describe what may happen there - not to note that no neutrons reported which should have made you wonder before quoting obvious things). Arata's research is not mainstream, but it may become one, of course. ZrO2 & Pd has no traces of nickel or zinc, so I have no clue why you are mentioning them here.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #598 on: May 24, 2008, 07:56:37 PM »
Congratulations!  Remind me I owe you a beer at the first International Overunity Conference.


<<
Je prends les paris (une bouteille de champ' est au frais). On trouvera
invariablement E2 <<  E1.
 
Amiti?s
 
JMI
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JMI offer you a bottle of champagne if you have proof of your working setup


http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,4744.msg99104.html#msg99104

JMI is the old french man of Tunecharger.com-

he is associated with Franck Vallee
« Last Edit: May 24, 2008, 08:25:55 PM by tagor »

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #599 on: May 24, 2008, 08:15:55 PM »
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