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Offline UncleFester

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #75 on: May 07, 2008, 05:53:09 AM »
@hydrocontrol

The toroidal transformer from all electronics has a 1.38" inner diameter. It is the unit I used on my first test of this device which showed output similar to JLN's although this is pulsed and the windings would not be able to handle constant high power pulses from the reaction, however it is a good unit to test with. After these tests of course is when I dropped the project because of power loss over time as the carbon became fouled. I obviously should have kept at it and solved this issue just as Juan appears to have done. It looks as though the more windings the better. This may be due to a continuous lower powered pulse being used and thus saving the carbon rod from being fouled. This is of course just theory.

The device itself however is not theory. It is backed up by undeniable numerical fact. Not only by JLN, but also myself, and most likely Juan, since I sincerely doubt he went to all that trouble build such a professional looking unit only to deceive us. So all it needs is a continuous pulsed input and a secondary set of windings on the toroid being used to power the input after startup. Those are the things that need to be done. Shaping and or controlling the output power from the toroid into common single phase AC is actually trivial compared to the other challenges to be solved. It looks as though Juan has stopped handing out information for some reason, so it looks like it will be up to some serious experimentation to solve the final two stumbling blocks.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #76 on: May 07, 2008, 07:11:16 AM »
Parts:
A good place in the USA for parts is: http://www.futurlec.com/index.shtml
I've bought a lot of parts from them. 1000v 6A diodes 25 cents each. Elect. Caps. are quite reasonable too.
Just make sure you tell them to give you a close replacement if they are out of stock of the part number you order.
May speed up the delivery.

For Canadians a good place is: http://www.componentsuperstore.com/store/default.aspx
At this site make sure the part you want comes in small quantities, many have to be ordered in thousands.
I have ordered many things from them too.  They are very quick at delivering.
They have a very high wattage zener diode 1500W at 28 volts, may come in handy for this project.

Both places have a good selection of transistors and mosfets.
« Last Edit: May 09, 2008, 07:49:13 PM by AbbaRue »

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #77 on: May 07, 2008, 08:29:36 AM »

@UncleFester

Did you ever try periodically reversing the polarity on the carbon/tungsten rods to see if it would remove the carbon dust accumulation?

@all

What do you think about using a current transformer as JNaudin did?
The primary might be used to establish the magnetic field and the secondary to capture the energy.

Of course the might be an issue finding a secondary that could handle the current.

-Duff

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #78 on: May 07, 2008, 02:53:38 PM »
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.


In the Mit of the paperts is (unfortunatly)
the link to the top - and others:


Try now here also:



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

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


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


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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #79 on: May 07, 2008, 04:54:58 PM »
I wonder if this thing scales down? Just need to get a big cap. and I'll see. Carbon rod is a AAA battery anode.

P.S.
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #80 on: May 07, 2008, 05:29:38 PM »
http://www.datasync.com/~rsf1/aot.htm
Thanks. I do not have problems with arrow of time. :) If we represent our physical reality as a 3D scalar field matrix which is processed by convolution or some non-linear function applied to each element of the matrix, then each full matrix convolution/calculation pass will resemble a step in time, with the next state of this 3D matrix being fully dependent on the previous state and the functions used. So, time can be both unidirectional and bidirectional: you can kick ball back and forth easily, but you'll have problems reversing rotation of Sun. "Guards" of humanity see the future, because there are phantom realities exist where you can see future like knowing what happens next based on the current state of the matrix without living there for real. It's a basis of consiousness and awareness: without past there is no future, without future there is no existence.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #81 on: May 07, 2008, 06:08:42 PM »
@Yucca

I was wondering the same thing myself (whether this scales down). I suspect there is probably a minimum energy threshold which must be exceeded.  The only way to find out for sure is to do some tests though.

I would like to make a couple of comments on your setup, which looks very good.  According to the Vall?e, we should expect several things in order for the reaction to proceed:

1) A carbon source of sufficient purity
2) A source of gamma rays to initiate the main reaction (perhaps 2.2% thoriated tungsten)
3) Some carbon in gaseous phase in order to initiate the electron-capture.
4) A colinear B-field to align the spins of the carbon atoms and to direct escaping beta electrons.

You may need to include the thoriated tungsten rod at the anode in order to get a small source of gamma rays to initiate the reaction. You may also need to add a small spark gap to get some carbon atoms in gaseous phase. Assuming these criteria are met, it should be possible to achieve Protelf fusion. We have not had a chance to test the effect of the spark gap or tungsten rod on the output energy, but we may have some results this weekend (aka is background radiation in microsieverts sufficient, or do we need the thoriated tungsten? do we really need the spark gap?  etc).

Naudin has used 35V at 80,000uF.  Juan was using an unknown discharge voltage.  My setup will be variable 0-1000V at 10-20uF. Unclefester is going to use E-core transformer configurable voltage via PWM.

Hope this helps.



« Last Edit: May 07, 2008, 07:26:40 PM by Feynman »

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #82 on: May 07, 2008, 07:30:56 PM »
Caution with dealing with user:
Tesla_2006


I got this email:

Gday Harti,
I responded to a post by Tesla_2006 regarding plans for MEG device.
Here is his reply,
"Hello XXXXX, ok I know now the power level you want for this, the first you must to do is get a common power transformer in that range you want from 1 to 10 KVA, 60 Hz because that is builded for that power levels
 The maximun COP of this transformer Device is as a mentioned is 3, only in ferrite high frequency devices they can get 5 or more for another phenomena included, the device I send the photo was of a 100 watt transformer to 50 Hz, I rise the power level output to 500 watts and of corse in closed Loop, starting battery powered to 180 watts aprox, output for 500 watts and for close the loop th output support up to 300 watts, I use a 100 watt incandescent bulb for many months, that was the firsts models we build here many years ago
 
 I will send documents and circuits, theory , practical and metodology for get a sucessfull final static device
 
 We can do an exchange, this days I am working in many systems and I need pieces and materials, single pieces, not new, principally are computer pieces and electronic pieces, I can send a listing of that things I need and you choice any of there and we make a cultural exchange for this
 
 Meanwhile I am adapting my documents for a top of 10 KVA device, but I send indications for more power levels
 
 Thanks, regards
 
 
Juan"

I did not respond to this email because I thought this is very dubious.

XXXXX


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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #83 on: May 07, 2008, 07:35:06 PM »

@UncleFester

Did you ever try periodically reversing the polarity on the carbon/tungsten rods to see if it would remove the carbon dust accumulation?


I did not Duff. But it sounds like it's worth a try as well. I am setup again, just digging circuits out of storage and I should be ready to go.

Tad

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #84 on: May 07, 2008, 07:35:38 PM »
Another complain against user:
Tesla_2006
just copying other?s work and trying to sell it under his own name:


Hallo lieber Stefan,

ich bin Mitglieder "xxxxxxxxxxx" und m?chte Dich gratulieren f?r dein overunity site, sehr reich und weltweit gesch?tzt.

Ich sende kaum Nachrichten im Forum weil ich bin von jenen die lieber probieren, einen echt nicht-konventionnellen Effekt zu erreichen, bevor etwas zu benachrichtigen. Es gibt leider zuviel Botschaften die leider nichts seri?s bringen, und dies f?hrt zum Diskredit der freie Energie. Obwohl das Forum-Konzept mit Gedankenaustausch doch sehr n?tzlich ist.

In diesem Sinn m?chte ich Dir warnen, ?ber Mitteilungen von einem "Tesla_2006" Mitglied.
Was er sagt ?ber das 1.3 MV Experiment ist was man auf Franz?sisch als PLAGIAT nennt (weiss das Wort auf Deutsch nicht). Ich hatte ihm in privaten Telefon und Mail-Austausch in April 2005 ?ber diesen Effekt informiert. Der echte Erfinder dieses Effekt heisst Ludwig S?ll?s und er hat seine Forschung auf Internet in 1998 ver?ffentlicht. Ich habe alle Dokumente dar?ber und kann Dir Kopien schicken. Jetzt sagt er im Forum dass ER hat dieses Experiment mit Erfolg realisiert, etc. ohne irgendeine Photos or Labor-Berichte geliefert zu haben, und OHNE LUDWIG SULLOS zu nennen. Sehr schlimm.

Jetzt h?tte ein weiterer Megawatt2007 das Experiment nachgebaut, aber ich vermute zu 99,99% dass es um denselben Tesla_2006 geht. Er verwendet dieselbe Formulierung der S?tze und sagt man braucht keinen Bericht, dass es einfach ist, etc. Jeder Techniker weiss dass 1.3 MV DC nicht gerade einfach zu erzeugen ist. Diese Mail von Megawatt2007 ist gerade einige Tage nach meiner Warnung zu Tesla_2006 gekommen, dass es nicht fair ist, etwas als von ihm entwickeltes vorzustellen, ohne den echten Autor zu nennen.

Es w?re nett, auch f?r die Kredibilit?t deines Forums, solche Mitteilungen zu sperren oder mindestens mit der Wahrheit zu korrigieren. Aber Du bist nat?rlich frei den Fall deiner Ansicht zu betrachten.

Der Grund ich m?chte nicht dass falsche Nachrichten ?ber dieses Experiment sich fortpflanzen, liegt darin, ich bin Mitarbeiter von S?ll?s in diesem Experiment seit 2 Jahren, um weitere Fortschritte zu erreichen. Wir m?chten dar?ber erst berichten, wenn wirklich der Effekt definitiv demonstriert wird. Es geht um ein sehr empfindliches Thema, weil es zu eine L?sung zur Alternativen Propulsion f?hren kann, neben den normalen irdischen Generatoren.

Ich danke Dir f?r dein Verst?ndnis, und bleibe selbstverst?ndlich zur Verf?gung f?r irgendeine Auskunft.

Freundliche Gr?sse, keep your good work,

xxxxxx


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I have now banned user Tesla_2006
for this reason.

Regards, Stefan.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #85 on: May 07, 2008, 07:47:23 PM »
Since we are doing e-mail postings, I will go ahead and publish some of my correspondence.  It is possible user Tesla_2006 is copying someone else's research and passing it off as his own.  I am really not sure. Here is the info and you can decide for yourself.

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Date: May 1st 2008
From: feynman
To: gigawattsgratis@123mail.cl, jarayam@latinmail.com
Message:
Hi, I am Feynman from overunity.com.  I noticed your thread on Carbon to Boron.  Can you please explain schematics for your circuits?  I would like to know about the capacitor discharge into a carbon rod as well as the use of NMR at 21Mhz.

Thank you.

source:
http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,1310.0/topicseen.html


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Date: May 1st 2008
From: energratis@inbox.com
To: feynman
Hello Feynman
 
 Thanks for see my cultural contributions about the carbon nuclear device, my name is Juan and I am placed in Chile
 
 Any general question about this I can answer for free, more details are here
 
http://www.nuenergy.org/pdf/electronically-activated-radioisotopic-carbon-generator.pdf
 
 
 
 I was in the past in a company we build and send this device type to many companies in the world, the first carbon nuclear device I build was of 6 KW
 
 For specific detailed information such as schemes, circuits, etc, we can do a cultural exchange for pieces or components I need this days for test others devices I build and test this days, in fact, I can send a listing of that things and you choice some thing for that cultural exchange
 
  I send you a picture of a nuclear device of this type we send some time ago to germany, it was of 60 KW, you can see there 10 toroids, each toroid delivers 6 KW at 220 VAC, 50 Hz, all in paralell, the carbon rods are inside of the toroids
 
 About NMR at 21 MHz for size, weight reasons I've buideld few units and I am sorting some data I wait to heve more time for upload that files to my web site
 
 May be in the future I can send a builded unit
 
 From what country you writte?
 
Juan Arturo

the attached picture:
(http://img73.imageshack.us/img73/4830/econuclear60kwig9.jpg)


I have not heard back since May 1st.  Make of it what you will...



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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #86 on: May 07, 2008, 09:03:11 PM »
Doing search for toroidal cores I read some cores are made from silicon steel ribbon wound into a core.
I wonder how cheap that route would be for making our own. 
Get some 1" steel strapping and make any size core we want.

I was puzzled about the photo of the 60kw unit, I couldn't see were the carbon core went in.
That last post mentioned that it's inside the toroid, interesting.

I should have my 82,000uF caps soon.


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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #87 on: May 07, 2008, 10:55:46 PM »
@Yucca

I was wondering the same thing myself (whether this scales down). I suspect there is probably a minimum energy threshold which must be exceeded.  The only way to find out for sure is to do some tests though.

I would like to make a couple of comments on your setup, which looks very good.  According to the Vall?e, we should expect several things in order for the reaction to proceed:

1) A carbon source of sufficient purity
2) A source of gamma rays to initiate the main reaction (perhaps 2.2% thoriated tungsten)
3) Some carbon in gaseous phase in order to initiate the electron-capture.
4) A colinear B-field to align the spins of the carbon atoms and to direct escaping beta electrons.

You may need to include the thoriated tungsten rod at the anode in order to get a small source of gamma rays to initiate the reaction. You may also need to add a small spark gap to get some carbon atoms in gaseous phase. Assuming these criteria are met, it should be possible to achieve Protelf fusion. We have not had a chance to test the effect of the spark gap or tungsten rod on the output energy, but we may have some results this weekend (aka is background radiation in microsieverts sufficient, or do we need the thoriated tungsten? do we really need the spark gap?  etc).

Naudin has used 35V at 80,000uF.  Juan was using an unknown discharge voltage.  My setup will be variable 0-1000V at 10-20uF. Unclefester is going to use E-core transformer configurable voltage via PWM.

Hope this helps.

Hi Feynman, I won't do any serious attempt until I get a geiger counter, I've always wanted one and now I kind of have an excuse to get one. My wifes not too happy about talk of radioactivity! :)

I'm not sure how pure my carbon is, probably not too pure, especially after it sat in electrinium sludge for a year or two? If it doesn't work I'll order some decent spectroscopy grade carbon rods.

So I guess Juan uses a much higher discharge voltage to get away without using gamma source? I wonder if a cap and trigger coil like a camera flash circuit would provide a good enough pulse to initiate the reaction without the need for gamma? I'll probably give it a shot (pardon the pun).

A carbon point spark gap should provide gaseous phase carbon using a HV discharge pulse.

Colinear B-Field, so can it be provided by DC bias in the toroid, or would a seperate coil around the rod/s be better? I'm guessing you can't use a permanent magnet to get this field.

All the best of luck with your replication, I will watch the results thread like a hawk! may the heavens open for you.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #88 on: May 07, 2008, 11:27:26 PM »
@Abba
Did you take a look at Naudin's experiments?   Sounds good about the caps, should be interesting!


@Yucca

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My wifes not too happy about talk of radioactivity!
Tell her its electrons.   There is no gamma, alpha or x-ray emissions. Only electrons.

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

Many beta emitters are used in medicine to diagnose and treat disease, such as in PET scans.  In fact, the glow-in-the-dark paint on your alarm clock or watch emits beta particles. 

 Of course we should always err on the side of caution, so simply use some plexiglass shielding.


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I'm not sure how pure my carbon is

The 'pure' carbon is what Naudin et al says, though if I had to bet money, I'd bet your carbon would be okay. As for the gamma source, I am not clear on this yet.  Most of the existing literature is in French and I have not been able to translate so far. I think the plan is to use thoriated tungsten for the anode, but it's possible this is not necessary. That would be excellent experiment... compare equivilent discharge using standard carbon vs. thoriated tungsten electrode. I really don't know the answer, but hopefully we will find out over the next several weeks!

Also the same applies for the spark gap, we probably should try experiments with and without the spark gap see the effect on the output.

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A carbon point spark gap should provide gaseous phase carbon using a HV discharge pulse.
Agreed

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Colinear B-Field, so can it be provided by DC bias in the toroid, or would a seperate coil around the rod/s be better? I'm guessing you can't use a permanent magnet to get this field.
Good question, I didn't even think of that.  You might be able to use a permanent magnet to deflect the electrons along a certain path, but you'd still have to collect them at some point I think.   What we are thinking now is to provide the DC bias in the collector toroid rather than directly via a coil on the carbon rod.  Or maybe even use both.  However, I don't think any of us have any idea how these differences will affect things.  ;)  Another area that is ripe for experiments.  ;D

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Thank you , I hope they open for all of us.  :D




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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #89 on: May 07, 2008, 11:27:54 PM »
Doing search for toroidal cores I read some cores are made from silicon steel ribbon wound into a core.
I wonder how cheap that route would be for making our own. 
Get some 1" steel strapping and make any size core we want.

I was puzzled about the photo of the 60kw unit, I couldn't see were the carbon core went in.
That last post mentioned that it's inside the toroid, interesting.

I should have my 82,000uF caps soon.

Hi AbbaRue, I have such a core here, it was a PSU from audio amp I found in the rubbish, primary winding had shorted. I like your idea of making cores! You will need to wind it tight and also keep the ends secured, this one is spot welded at the ends but you may get away with good epoxy on the last inch or two of the strip if you rough it up with sandpaper. You could also pad the core with cloth strips prior to winding wire on it to soften the corners.

 

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