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Author Topic: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions  (Read 384727 times)

Offline sparks

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #90 on: May 07, 2008, 11:44:22 PM »
   Looks like someone is gonna burn some electrons. Topic should read mass conversion to energy without 20,000 years radioactivity or pollution.

Offline AbbaRue

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #91 on: May 08, 2008, 06:09:20 AM »
I bought my radiation counter from ebay for $150.
It's an electronic unit that uses 2 AAA batteries.
I got it because my girlfriend and I are rock hounders,
we go up near Combermere  ON. every summer hunting for gem stones, and other interesting specimens.
I wanted to make sure I wasn't keeping radioactive specimens to close to my person.
It may come in handy for this project too.

@UncleFester
Did you use a gamma source for your tests?

Just to keep the link close at hand:   

  http://jlnlabs.online.fr/vsg/index.htm

That is the Naudin link to this project.

Also this link translated to English:

http://pesn.com/2005/04/07/6900079_PROTELF_Proton-Electron_Fusion/
« Last Edit: May 08, 2008, 06:40:24 AM by AbbaRue »

Offline UncleFester

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #92 on: May 08, 2008, 07:06:05 AM »
I did not detect any appreciable amount of gamma or alpha radiation. My meter reads all three and logs to a program on my laptop. Beta does get a bit high if you really kick up the B-field and input capacitance. But still less than I would have thought.

Tad

Offline AbbaRue

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #93 on: May 08, 2008, 07:36:29 AM »
@UncleFester:
I didn't mean did you detect any gamma.
Did you use the "Th loaded Tungsten rods" with your setup?
The Th in the rods makes it a small gamma radiation source.

« Last Edit: May 10, 2008, 06:58:49 AM by AbbaRue »

Offline tao

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #94 on: May 08, 2008, 08:07:26 AM »
silicon steel cores can be had cheap from this manufacturer, www.alphacoredirect.com

I know many that have ordered from them, and you don't have to order in bulk.

Offline AbbaRue

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #95 on: May 08, 2008, 08:24:10 AM »
The following website describes the energy level for the various isotopes.
Anyone wanting to try other materials will find this very useful.

 http://www.matpack.de/Info/Nuclear/Nuclids/ 

According to this chart Lithium to Beryllium has the highest decay Energy at 13.606 MeV
and Boron to Carbon has the second highest decay energy at 13.369 MeV. 
I couldn't find anything higher then these two.  No wonder he uses Carbon.

I noticed many have a long Half-Life, does anyone know how this effects the output?
I think the shorter the half-life the more energy output you get.
So 20ms for boron12 to carbon12 would produce a lot of power in a short time.
The Lithium to Berylium half-life of 178.3ms is also very short but longer then the other.

I don't understand these concepts well enough to determine anything.
Maybe someone else has an idea and can enlighten us on it.
What element would produce the most energy output of all and what would be 2nd in place?

« Last Edit: May 08, 2008, 10:34:06 AM by AbbaRue »

Offline Koen1

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #96 on: May 08, 2008, 11:29:54 AM »
The following website describes the energy level for the various isotopes.
Anyone wanting to try other materials will find this very useful.

 http://www.matpack.de/Info/Nuclear/Nuclids/ 
I don't see any usefull decay info when I click that link... ?

But I think you should keep in mind that what we're looking at here is not
natural but rather stimulated decay of isotopes that are also
artificially created and not stable... Or at least, if the Vall?e theory holds.
The idea is that we "kick" an orbiting electron into the nucleus where
it fuses with a proton into a neutron but that's not a stable situation,
so the electron gets "spat out" again...
So the isotope that decays isn't really an isotope of that element; the
Boron atom isn't really a Boron atom, it is really still a Carbon atom
with a messed up nucleus. That's sort of the idea, as I understand it. ;)

Offline starcruiser

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #97 on: May 08, 2008, 02:26:21 PM »
I did not detect any appreciable amount of gamma or alpha radiation. My meter reads all three and logs to a program on my laptop. Beta does get a bit high if you really kick up the B-field and input capacitance. But still less than I would have thought.

Tad

From what I read Beta is what we are after isn't it? the trick is to direct the beta particles into a circle/vortex to affect the torrid coil(s) and produce usable voltage/current. I think we need a slightly stronger mag field than the earth in order to redirect those pesky Beta particles to do our bidding.

Offline AbbaRue

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #98 on: May 11, 2008, 08:52:33 AM »
Has anyone had contact with J. Naudin recently?
It would be interesting if he would join us on this thread for some input.

I kind of wonder why he didn't pursue this device further?
By now he might have had a working power source.

Offline Feynman

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #99 on: May 11, 2008, 09:24:37 AM »
Hey;  no I haven't spoke with Naudin...

I think part of his problem was 35V with 80,000uF.  I think the success would be much more obvious with 2-3kV and 10uF. ;) Incidently, those toroids look excellent.  Wonder what the advantages/disadvantages of silicon-steel core...


Offline AbbaRue

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #100 on: May 11, 2008, 04:10:39 PM »
The steel strapping I was pursuing didn't go well, they only sell it in 100lb rolls.
I bought some toroidal transformers 120/240V inputs.
8.5V 1.1A   and  14.9V 0.53A  outputs.
And there is still over an inch opening left in the center
I bought these at the surplus store in London On. for $5 each.
I will use these for my first tests.

I got some nice caps.
I bought 2 electrolytic caps  2.8 Farads each at 20-25 volts.
Connected in series they will give me  1.4 Farads at 40 volts.
I plan a charging them at about 30 volts.

I also bought 10 electrolytics  16,000 micro farads at 60 volts
Connected in parallel they will give me 160,000 micro farads at 60 volts.
I plan on trying these out first at about 40 volts.

Anyone planing on using Feynman's HV cap. idea may want to try making there own.
using 2 sheets of aluminum foil and 2 sheets of wax paper much wider then the foil.
Then just roll them up. Try using about 2 meters at a time then connect them in parallel to get higher cap.
Anything longer then 2 meters will be hard to roll up and keep things straight.
And these will be real cheap to make.

I suggest this because 3kv caps at 10uf could be hard to find.




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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #101 on: May 11, 2008, 05:04:37 PM »
Has anyone had contact with J. Naudin recently?
It would be interesting if he would join us on this thread for some input.

I kind of wonder why he didn't pursue this device further?
By now he might have had a working power source.



I asked Naudin once why he doesn't fully 'finish' a lot of his experiments, meaning, taking them the full course. I also asked his intentions on ever actually wanting to release full plans for an FE device, etc, etc....

His response was basically that he doesn't want to do that, he wants the viewer/reader to take those needed final steps (theorizing, concluding, building, etc.) to reach their own FE devices. He told me that the reason a lot of his testing and researches seem unfinished or not concluded at times is because his sole goal was only ever to TEST all these various claims of these various inventors/devices.

The reason I decided to let you all know this is, don't think that because Naudin 'seemed' to stop testing or developing any given idea on his website, that it is in any way worthless.

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #102 on: May 11, 2008, 06:14:34 PM »
My "practise" setup :D

Here is my VSG setup. The MOSFET switch is good but caps are too small capacity (2x 25000MFD)...
Why do americans (made in U.S.A.) use marking "MFD"? I suppose it is 25000uF (micro farads)?
My carbon rod is not good either, it is from 1,5V D size battery. Carbon rod has suck'd in the electrolyte from the battery.
Allso, the largest size Thorium loaded Tungsten electrode off the shelf was only 3.2mm diameter, it has 2% Thorium in it.
MOSFET switch has 5x RFP50N05 mosfets
www.datasheetcatalog.org/datasheets/50/346845_DS.pdf -Mosfet Datasheet

I can not find those carbon rods here (Finland). Allso ordering from U.S.A. is not a good option because of the expensive tariff.
Germany could be one source to EU folks, no tariff to those orders, maybe PESE could find those and add a link to the shop?

(http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/1309642_tmszs/Setup.1.0.VSG.jpg)

Offline Earl

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #103 on: May 11, 2008, 06:39:20 PM »
Has anyone had contact with J. Naudin recently?
It would be interesting if he would join us on this thread for some input.

I kind of wonder why he didn't pursue this device further?
By now he might have had a working power source.

AbbaRue,

in my opinion, the last person in the entire world that we need at OU.com is JLN.  He has a highly censored email list and both I and Harti were kicked off it.  He could have admitted his measurement errors with the MEG, but he didn't.  By not admitting his errors, he gave the FE movement a knife in the back.  I have great suspicions about his true agenda.

I asked Naudin once why he doesn't fully 'finish' a lot of his experiments, meaning, taking them the full course. I also asked his intentions on ever actually wanting to release full plans for an FE device, etc, etc....

His response was basically that he doesn't want to do that, he wants the viewer/reader to take those needed final steps (theorizing, concluding, building, etc.) to reach their own FE devices. He told me that the reason a lot of his testing and researches seem unfinished or not concluded at times is because his sole goal was only ever to TEST all these various claims of these various inventors/devices.

The reason I decided to let you all know this is, don't think that because Naudin 'seemed' to stop testing or developing any given idea on his website, that it is in any way worthless.

Tao,  in my opinion it is JLN that is worthless; the only positive thing he has ever done is to have banned Harti from his censored email list, which lead to the formation of OU.com.

Earl

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Re: Single circuits generate nuclear reactions
« Reply #104 on: May 11, 2008, 06:57:18 PM »
All,

looking very carefully at the equipment cabinet with the toroids in it that Tesla_2006 said contained the carbon and tungsten rods, I see absolutely no signs of anything internal to the toroids with the exception of an L bracket on the bottom holding a bolt that is fixed on the top plate with a nut.  This appears to me to be a superficially impressive photo, but in reality the photo has nothing to do with power generation from nuclear reactions:  no carbon rods, no connections, no nothing.  The photo could be part of bla bla bla.

Earl