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Author Topic: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions  (Read 373161 times)

Offline UncleFester

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #645 on: May 27, 2008, 06:01:03 PM »

are you sure ?
 
are you sure ?

Yep, sure. First, I re-ran the high voltage supply with same carbon rod. It does the same thing. I also have a radiation burn from when I first ran it. Didn't know what it was at first, but I figured I touched the soldering iron or something, but now I know what happened. When I went to turn off the unit I rubbed up against the toroid with my hand. In that one spot it looks like a blistered area when you've rubbed up against the soldering iron. So the Geiger is picking up both EMI and beta, but how much of each is there? My unit is now fully shielded with aluminum so I wont be getting any more results from the Geiger other than emi, and hopefully no more burns.

Second, it appears as though type of carbon matters. I get little results with my other carbon rods and good results with the larger and different composition rods. I don't have the composition chart here but the color alone say's it's different stuff.

Third, there are only three of us that are really experimenting and have serious equipment enough to pull it off. Like I said with the Meyer stuff, if you don't have scopes, function gens, good control via PWM of alignment fields and cap bank discharge and some electronics knowledge I wouldn't try it until we have a proven schematic.

Still don't have my mini -dv here yet, and waiting on more parts to finally get rid of the 555 timers and go back to my old trusty Pic microcontrollers. Also getting my upgrade for autotrax so I can actually have the ability to draw schematics without doing something goofy like firing up Gimp or windows paint and spending hours for what ends up looking like an elementary school drawing.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #646 on: May 27, 2008, 06:19:15 PM »
Uncle fester @ you  gentlemen boggle the mind and I swell with pride to see you work thank you for the privilege   TRUE BRAVE PIONEERS    Chet

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #647 on: May 27, 2008, 06:32:38 PM »
Uncle fester @ you  gentlemen boggle the mind and I swell with pride to see you work thank you for the privilege   TRUE BRAVE PIONEERS    Chet

Thanks Chet, but really it was Juan who started this. I wouldn't have picked it up if Juan had not posted about his device etc. But it is exciting to see some of the results. Within the next couple weeks you should start seeing some major progress.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #647 on: May 27, 2008, 06:32:38 PM »
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Offline zerotensor

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #648 on: May 27, 2008, 06:48:06 PM »
Hi all
I did a test

Cool.  It would be interesting to see the difference with the collector biased / unbiased with DC, and with / without the application of an external mag. field.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #649 on: May 27, 2008, 07:03:17 PM »
Quote
Cool.  It would be interesting to see the difference with the collector biased / unbiased with DC, and with / without the application of an external mag. field.
This is the first test tomorrow I will do more testing and i post
  the results are still confident
(sorry if my English is no good I speak Italian and
translate through a translator)
leo48

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #649 on: May 27, 2008, 07:03:17 PM »
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Offline allcanadian

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #650 on: May 27, 2008, 07:46:44 PM »
@UncleFester
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Second, it appears as though type of carbon matters. I get little results with my other carbon rods and good results with the larger and different composition rods. I don't have the composition chart here but the color alone say's it's different stuff.
This is interesting, would you say it is more gray in color versus carbon black? I have started compacting my own pure graphite pellets instead of carbon rods and doping tungsten wire with graphite. It seems most results revolve around graphite so I am in the process of testing this material as well as trying to reduce the magnitude of the energy impulse needed to produce the effect--ie to reduce the capacitance needed or better yet to use an inductive discharge instead of a discharging capacitor.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #651 on: May 27, 2008, 08:18:34 PM »
@UncleFester
Could you tell me the frequency you are using from the 555 timer so I can build a quick setup.
Are you using the common square wave setup?

The following website has some useful applets that may be helpful:
http://www.falstad.com/mathphysics.html

The main one I use is the Analog Circuit Simulator located here:
http://www.falstad.com/circuit/

You can setup a test for the capacitor bank to see current readings for different loads.
Also using a screen capture program like Faststone capture you could get a schematic dia. to upload here.
It has 555 timer and other common chips as well.

Once I get some type of firing circuit setup I will begin testing as well.
I am using a "500W. Halogen light element" as a cheap high wattage resistor for charging the capacitor bank.
I plan on using buz11 mosfets, so I need to keep the cap. bank voltage below 50Volts.
I have ten 16000uF 60V. electrolytic caps connected in parallel to get 160,000uF.
I have lots of 555 timers and inverter ICs.
Also have a few pre-wound toroidal transformers designed for 220 or 120 volts in with 14 and 8 volt outputs.

Hope to be testing soon.


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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #651 on: May 27, 2008, 08:18:34 PM »
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Offline Feynman

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #652 on: May 27, 2008, 10:10:27 PM »
Things is good, thanks Chet.   

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #653 on: May 27, 2008, 10:44:38 PM »
The basic idea is also that it is an over unity process and that is impossible according to just about any established physicist.
So I am not certain how much you can say with certainty about a process that does not follow the assumed standard "rules",
flips energy conservation the bird, and gives us out significantly more than we put in...
;)

 Or so we hope to be able to assume on the basis of known processes that do not
produce OU. ;)

No.

If you had even one ampere worth of 13.3MeV beta particles, your ass would be bacon.

No theory will tell you otherwise.

I have some cobalt 60 if you would like to attempt to prove otherwise.

Overunity or not, the amount of BETA you would need in order to CAPTURE BETA RADIATION and provide ENERGY OUTPUT FROM BETA RADIATION would fry your ass into oblivion.

IF there is an "overunity" process going on, it's got not one damned thing to do with BETA RADIATION being captured with an iron freaking core inductor.

Also, if you look at ANY nuclear process, they're all "overunity". Two protons fuse into helium. Energy out. "Overunity".

Same goes for K-capture/beta emission. I have no problem with building a beta based device, but quit trying to argue the point of K-Capture occurring here and giving us energy. It's happening. At twice background. There is not enough energy in that amount of beta to light up 1/1000th of an LED. Pissing about it will not make the beta particles pop out of the aether. Unless you're telekinetic, in which case I may have a job for you.

Keep experimenting, but do NOT expect to find any beta radiation as the source of your energy spikes.

Accept it.

Move on.

Read the graphene page on wikipedia. Read my last post with all those lovely enlightening links lavishly laid languidly across it.

Then watch this thread for when I post my results from a wafer-scale device which actually does produce Beta, commensurate with the current passed through the device. Think of it as a BED, or Beta Emitting Diode.

containment time, energy input, reaction cross section.

More later, will be patented, not interested in doing the open source thing at this point. I may, however, give the devices away, but that will be my post-patent decision.

@Xee
 I think the misconception may be the type of fields generated, the beta detector uses ionization to detect radiation so magnetic fields could have little effect on it, but if we are talking about an electrostatic impulse or wave having a high frequency then the detector would see this as radiation as it produces ionization on "any" conductor including the geiger tube.

@inventor81
I think we are on the same page, I have been doing tests with a "copper" conductor/rod as well. It's funny how everything comes back to one person ---- Tesla ;)

Pretty much - it's really just inducing a current in the wiring between the detector and the processor. That's it. Doesn't even need to be free charge moving around and getting ionized - simple Faraday coupling between conductors like in a transformer.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #653 on: May 27, 2008, 10:44:38 PM »
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Offline miki02131

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #654 on: May 27, 2008, 11:48:47 PM »
"...So can we please once and for all very clearly get a hands up on who's actually
got a circuit that self-powers or at least shows more output than input?..."

I am confident about OU. From what I have been able to measure so far: input current: between 0.4 and 1A at 12V,  while output currents seems to vary between 1A and over 10A at 120V, my meter couldn't see past 10A thus I am limiting speculation until I can put together my exotic instrumentations that are not currently available. However, when my system got burned I have to think of currents above 100A.

For a few watts in one gets kilowatts out. If this doesn't qualify as OU what does.

I haven't tried self-powering yet and I don't plan on trying anytime soon. When one experiences two close fire calls, one learn to be careful.

Thanks,

Miki.


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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #655 on: May 28, 2008, 12:05:24 AM »

...Pretty much - it's really just inducing a current in the wiring between the detector and the processor. That's it. Doesn't even need to be free charge moving around and getting ionized - simple Faraday coupling between conductors like in a transformer...


I will be here watching how you're going to back-pedal you way out of those statements when you start replicating along those lines.

Thanks,

Miki.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #655 on: May 28, 2008, 12:05:24 AM »
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Offline UncleFester

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #656 on: May 28, 2008, 12:54:49 AM »
I will be here watching how you're going to back-pedal you way out of those statements when you start replicating along those lines.

Thanks,

Miki.

if you want to trust any mathematical data, then trust the info from Stiffler or one of those guys, but even then it doesn't relate to the claims of Juan and others that we are replicating.

I am no longer going to post here since I don't have the time nor mental stamina to scroll through miles of mindless drivel and watch arguments from the armchair physicists. I am keeping in touch via email with my trusted research partners (3 from here), and posting my results to them alone. If they want to post them here then fine, but I will not.

Ok, back to work. Miki, Allcanadian, and the rest doing serious lab work, all I can see is keep at it! I am rooting for you guys as much as you are for me. Hopefully we will have major data either way very soon.....
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #657 on: May 28, 2008, 03:24:59 AM »
Yet another promising researcher driven off by ignorant people.

I will continue to research this and Dr. Stifflers work regardless off the nay-sayer's in this thread. I can't help but be frustrated with pig headed people who think their theories some how pertain to something they have never even worked with, let alone seen. You know who you are, why do you bother to post? Please go away and let people who are actually involved in the experiments show and tell what they discover. There is no need to attack, only listen and contribute positively. I am deeply sorry for the rant and adding to the clutter, but it seems almost every thread ends up this way. Thanks. I hope you are happy.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #658 on: May 28, 2008, 03:38:42 AM »
>More later, will be patented, not interested in doing the open source thing at this point.

Then what are you doing on a open source site,
Just trolling for information?

your ignored from now on.

And @Fester,

?I am no longer going to post here since I don't have the time nor mental stamina to scroll through miles of mindless drivel and watch arguments from the armchair physicists?

no diagrams? Just promises of diagrams and now this?
It would seem you too have no interest in open source.

@Miki,

Diagram? Just a VSG?

@nothere,

>Yet another promising researcher driven off by ignorant people.

Ignorant, is being on an open source site and not sharing and showing diagrams of your
experiments.

Offline miki02131

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #659 on: May 28, 2008, 04:39:36 AM »

@Miki,

Diagram? Just a VSG?

@nothere,

>Yet another promising researcher driven off by ignorant people.

Ignorant, is being on an open source site and not sharing and showing diagrams of your
experiments.


I hate to break to you like that but look, keep asking for diagrams and circuits is sign that someone is up to nothing. The reason I said so is because it's all JLN websites. What purpose does it serve to keep on reproducing and recopying something that is freely available on the internet? It's been done,, it's there, the basics are on JLN websites. There is no need to reinvent the wheel.

However, I will post soon photos of my system or video exhibiting absolute proof of  OU.

Thanks,

Miki.

 

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