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Author Topic: how would this type of coil work?  (Read 4269 times)

Offline solo wolf

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how would this type of coil work?
« on: April 17, 2013, 10:22:26 AM »

i recently started reading a lot about free energy. i have watched a bunch of videos about different kinds of coils and a lot of the stuff on rodin coils. i have also recently awakened from "the matrix" or what  ever you want to call the illusion of society in america today.

I have been having an idea for a coil if this would even be considered a coil. i cant stop thinking about it but i really dont have the time or the tools to build it or test it right now.

 I really dont even have the knowledge to know how or what to test if I did build it. I have always been into electricity and mechanics since I was a kid. I know a lot but I dont really consider my self an expert at any one thing. Im just good enough to get by at everything but not great at any one thing i guess.

anyway i found this site and figured maybe someone here would know if this idea is even worth pursuing. from what i understand about magnetic field i think that this device would either cancel its self out or kind of amplify the input. but i cant really figure out what would happen inside my head.

the idea i have is to wind a wire around another wire. like a solenoid with a wire through the middle. then use that solenoid as a wire and wrap it around another wire so it would be a coil around a wire coiled around another wire. i would like to repeat that several times. maybe 9 times but im not sure if that would be doable.

i would imagine you would have to start with a very small but very long wire for the first step and then each step after would use a bigger and bigger gauge wire. the final result would just look like a length of wire but would have several solenoids/coils wound inside of it.

i have tried to make a very simple example using some solid copper wire i had laying around. this is only two layers with a hollow core where a third wire would be. i hope im explaining this clearly enough its kind of hard to even imagine what it would look like after the third layer of wire and i cant even imagine how the first wire would be shaped after the 5th or 6th layer let alone 9 layers. i just feel like it would be something awesome.

its like i know that i know something i just dont know what it is that i know yet..... sounds crazy i know i been trying to figure it out for a few months now but i figured i might just need to pass it along to other people who might be able to figure it out.

this is the simple example i made



so what do you think? would something like this be worth building to test out? what would it even do?

Offline solo wolf

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Re: how would this type of coil work?
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2013, 09:12:54 PM »
No opinions at all? I was also thinking what if I made this and used something that wasn't conductive like string or plastic for ever other layer or something like that.

I also need to figure out which ends of the wires to connect together. I even though about making the last layer a circle.