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Author Topic: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims  (Read 244447 times)

Offline MileHigh

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #75 on: September 06, 2013, 11:14:40 PM »
Siege of Leningrad TK, Siege of Leningrad....   Sigh....

(Great music, I hope that you have real speakers connected to your prime Ubuntu box... Turn it up LOUD.)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T500ecHP3pE

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #76 on: September 07, 2013, 03:10:10 AM »
Yes, I've got good speakers, 5.1 system and my head is at the focus when I'm at the keyboard. Nice battle music!


Now... since we still appear to be joking around....

The image below shows the latest incarnation of the TKQ17 apparatus.  This is of course a "testbed" for the claims made by Rosemary Ainslie in and around the article published in Quantum magazine, October 2002 issue.

We have of course, long ago, already determined that the 555 timer circuit produces a flipped or inverted duty cycle that cannot operate at the duty cycle range claimed in the article. HOWEVER, in spite of all the ridiculous and varied modifications that people tried in 2009, to get a real 3.7 percent ON at 2.4 kHz setting from the 555 timer... changing components, adding transistors, all of that.... I have implemented a much easier way to do it. All that is needed is the ORIGINAL Quantum circuit, with the exact component values listed in the schematic ... and a simple Double Pole Double Throw switch.

The original Quantum circuit shows the 555 timer powered by its own individual 12-volt battery supply. Great! This fact makes my "Secret of DPDT" solution workable and easy to implement.

What the switch does is to flip the polarity of the output connections of the 555 timer section to the power section. In the Original hookup (A), the switch routes the Gate Pot input to the Pin 3 output of the 555, and the Source of the mosfet to the Negative Rail of the 555 section. In the TKFlipped mode (B), the switch is flipped and now the Gate Pot input is routed to the +POSITIVE RAIL+ of the 555 section and the Source of the mosfet goes to the Pin 3 output of the 555.

This actually works great as long as you remember that the power supplies must be separate. It takes the original timer output and flips it, so that you now get the correct very short ON times and the correct frequency range.

The DPDT switch can be seen in the image of the test apparatus below. However... it isn't being used in the photo! I have disconnected the timer section entirely and am pulsing the gate of the mosfet with the DP101 pulse generator, which can be adjusted into the "Glen" range of 50 percent HI at 450 kHz, if necessary, or to produce a truly short ON pulse at whatever frequency is needed up to about 10 MHz. The unit has a risetime of 5 ns when properly terminated... and I am using a 50 ohm BNC jumper and a 50 ohm cable terminator at the gate end of the cable.

I am here revealing the Secret of DPDT. Do not misuse it, it is extremely powerful mojo, capable of instantly reversing the strongest DC polarities in a snap. It can be dangerous if abused....
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #77 on: September 07, 2013, 03:38:07 AM »
Just a swift Little note here: Rosemary Ainslie, the Red Queen of Trolls, has posted a couple more rants in her honeypot: Now, in addition to making rant-posts savaging me, MileHigh and Poynt99, she goes off on Magluvin and then Pirate!



Lol. How long ago has it been since I have even posted anything that has to do with her? ???

All because Poynt made a comment with Pirates name and mine? :o ;D

See folks, this is what to expect when you get involved with her.  ;) Posters beware :o


Well, all I have to say is, her circuit doesnt work as claimed and she proved it to herself, after many have proved it first. ;)   Nuff said.  ;D

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #77 on: September 07, 2013, 03:38:07 AM »
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #78 on: September 07, 2013, 05:33:13 AM »
Enough said for _you_ maybe.... but certainly not enough for LMM.

Meanwhile, I hope that Aaron and gadh and some of the other earnest replicators from 2009 and 2010 are paying attention. It was pretty comical back then to see them going through all their travails in order to get something like Ainslie's original circuit to do something like what she claimed it could do... different component substitutions, even resorting to additional transistors in some cases.

But all they had to do was to use the exact schematic Ainslie published, only install the Secret of DPDT. A two dollar part, no calculations or component subs needed _at all_ in order to attain the specified duty cycle.

Of course Glen finally got his best results using two hundred times the frequency that Ainslie specified, simulating "oscillations" by simply driving the thing faster than the mosfet could keep up. But for those who wanted to try the short ON duty cycle and frequency Ainslie claimed.... sigh.



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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #79 on: September 07, 2013, 07:16:45 AM »
Here is a quote from Rose on her forum about me:

"Pirate Bill is a different kettle of fish.  And he likes his fish cooked 'under unity'.  He sort of took control of a thread that mushroomed into the size of Asia and that struggled through hundreds of thousands of posts re-iterating a relatively useless possible application of under unity.  But that re-iteration became as repetitive as wind and - like wind - it regurgitated way too much acid.  That too became rankly offensive.  Thankfully the thread eventually became SO bloated it simply sank under the the full weight of his outraged pronouncements.  They had NEVER - repeat NEVER, EVER - ACHIEVED OVER UNITY.  Which was sad.  I suspect that without his STRONG and allegedly HONEST leadership - that study may well have broken loose from his agenda and born fruit.  So he served their cause WELL.  And being unusually and uncharacteristically articulate - albeit also somewhat one-dimensional - he was well able to REPEAT that UNDER UNITY CLAIM - ad nausea.   His use to the team now is to support the proclamations of ickle pickle that he too has now 'WIZED UP'.  He is only latterly, but thankfully, and NOW - very well aware of that nefarious agenda promulgated by Ainslie.  Or.  As our 'ickle pickle' puts it AINS...LIE.  And that courtesy the hard work of our Little pickle.  And not only is HONEST BILL the PIRATE a staunch supporter of UNDER UNITY CLAIMS - but he also, latterly sports a sense of humour.  NOTHING fires this up more than TK's genius at plagiarism in CLAIMING the Miss Mosfet moniker for ainslie.  He laughs to the point of choking.  He spills his coffee on his keyboard.  All that FUN.  Those fun videos where the MOSFET is bonked by the PENGUIN.  Those hideous old men on a dying thread who drooled into their laps - all those insinuations - all that JOKE poked at the zipon - all that disgusting reference - SUCH FUN.  It should be written in the annals of HISTORY - for TK's excessively brilliant reach at humour.  INDEED.  Pirate Bill is everything that can be considered TYPICAL and, as Poynty Point calls it - HONEST.   But in some way and with some obscure use of the term honest that Poynty Point is yet to define.  Frankly I think that Pirate Bill is just another little gangster - who is over paid for his hard work at denying over unity evidence.  And Pirate Bill REALLY gets it off on a group bang - especially when it's aimed at MOSFETS.  I just hope he replaces that keyboard.  Ideally with a new persona to operate it."

What the heck is she talking about?  What did I do to deserve this "honor"?  All of the work I have done and posted about has been under unity.  So has hers but, at least I admit this.  I have never claimed overunity on any device or experiment that I have done and posted about.  What topic did I "take control of"?  I believe that I hold the record for the number of views on 2 topics here that I started on this forum.  So what?  I did not take control over any topic.  Nor did I ever claim overunity for any device that I have been experimenting with.

Rose is delusional.  I have done nothing to deserve this drubbing but, I guess that does not matter to her.  I will just chalk this up to Little Miss Mosfet strikes again.  At least I am in good company.

Thanks Rose.  No need to thank me for sticking up for you before I knew what you were about.

Bill

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #80 on: September 07, 2013, 01:34:39 PM »
It is amazing what one learns with a little study. Do you remember Ainslie talking about her physics "teachers", and mentioning Zukov, Feynman, Gell-Mann and Dyson?

Well, we remember "The Dancing Wu Li Masters" of Gary Zukov. Hardly a textbook but a good read, when accompanied by a good pipe and your favorite single malt.

And of course there is Murray Gell-Mann's "The Quark and the Jaguar" and "The Eightfold Way", popular semi-autobiographical works which are far from being textbooks.

But what about Dyson? When we hear of Dyson, I at least think of Freeman Dyson the great physicist and futurist, author of many popular science works and articles. But wait... it turns out that Ainslie means another Dyson:

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Rosemary Ainslie has been working on the idea since 1999, after reading The Dancing Wu li Masters by Gary Zukov and Conceptual Physics by Sam Dyson.
(from the PESN article compiled by her collaborator Evan Robinson).

Sam Dyson... Conceptual Physics. Sounds like a great title for a textbook. But wait... following the link given in the PESN article, so we know it's the right one....

http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2001PhTea..39..446D

It turns out this is not a textbook at all! It is a two page article, in an issue (a 2001 issue!) of a journal aimed at high school physics teachers.... because that is what Sam Dyson is: A High School Physics Teacher!

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Student preconceptions have the power to greatly affect their expectations and learning in science. This article explores the effects of one teacher's preconceptions about the nature of what is commonly called ``conceptual physics'' and some pedagogical pitfalls of those preconceptions.

Ironic, what? You cannot make this stuff up, Truth is both funnier and more tragic than any fiction. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being a high school physics teacher.... but having read a two page article by one, and then citing it as a major chunk of one's physics education, is a Little ironic, isn't it, especially considering the subject matter. A strong set of preconceptions is indeed preventing Ainslie from learning anything of value about physics, electronics and "her" circuit in particular.

I wonder which Feynman she is referring to. Richard Feynman, the great physicist of QED fame.... or Lenny Feynman, the author of "Physics in the Broom Closet", a guide for janitorial supply salesmen?

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #82 on: September 07, 2013, 09:30:22 PM »
What do you suppose Rosemary Ainslie is trying to do? 

http://www.energy-shiftingparadigms.com/index.php/topic,2313.msg5041.html
Post 426

Shouldn't she be studying up, practising, rehearsing for the next Quantum-17 "demonstration", correcting her errors, retracting the false statements she keeps on making?

No, I suppose that's not nearly as much fun as trolling and insulting people for no reason, accusing them falsely and never providing a jot or tittle of evidence for any of it.

While she is insulting people gratuitously, I am working. I have waveforms, I have a digital oscilloscope, I have numbers in boxes. I have copies of all the articles, revisions, submissions, letters of rejection and letters of scope withdrawal. I have names. I have calibration traceable to NIST standards. I have loads and I have 555 timers: the Quantum magazine circuit, the Demo Kit 1 circuit, Glen's circuit.... I have a fast risetime (by 1978 standards) pulse generator, I have analog scopes, I have IRFPG50 and IRFP450 mosfets among others. I have the ability to record long data sequences. I am using reasonably-sized batteries.

I HAVE THE SECRET OF DPDT which has now been "open-sourced".

I have made videos chronicling the story, and I have even exerpted Ainslie's demonstration videos and photographs and other data for easy consumption. Not only that, but I understand the circuit and I have, over the past three days, read all of the old 2009-2010 archived threads on four different forums (Naked Scientists, Energetic, OUR, and this forum) and reviewed Ainslie's blogging posts from that time period.
In short.... DO THE MATH (tm Rosemary Ainslie). I am fully prepared to "replicate" any performance that Ainsie's "team" can present and I am able to analyze the data properly.  Somewhere lurking in the background are much more experienced and knowledgeable people, some of whom Ainslie has already insulted gravely, who may pitch in and help me out and keep me straight myself.

And I'm ready to do it NOW.

In fact I'm uploading an unusually long video, about 17 minutes long, illustrating the Secret of DPDT and my basic apparatus layout, including some capacitor charging with the circuit. It probably will take a couple of hours to upload. Check back here for the URL.



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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #83 on: September 07, 2013, 09:57:59 PM »
Geeze, now she is bashing Stefan Hartman.  What the heck did he ever do to Rose?  This is a real mind bender.  I would like to see the list of folks that Rose has NOT bashed.  I am sure it is a very short list and getting shorter every day.

I may offer T-shirts on my website that say: "I got bashed from Little Miss Mosfet".  Evidently, my target market is a huge one and growing every day.  I could sell thousands.  Given enough time, she will alienate every person on the planet.  Even then she will still insist that she is right, and everyone else is wrong.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #84 on: September 08, 2013, 02:38:13 AM »
The latest video is up for your viewing prreasure.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVePUJJVAlc

Thanks to SWeir for some constructive discussion that enabled the Secret to be revealed.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #85 on: September 09, 2013, 02:26:03 AM »
No comments?

How about this then: TK's Quantum-17 Charge Dump.

The basic Ainslie Quantum-17 circuit, but with the 555 timer DPDTd to the TKmode NOT the Ainslie mode..... the circuit draws less than 10 mA in continuous operation and makes very narrow spikies but does not heat the load perceptibly. Reducing the 12volt power to the NE555N down to 9V or below causes the timer/mosfet combo to make the exact "aperiodic" oscillations that Glen and Aaron showed in 2009-2010, but these cause more current drain, some load heating and a bit faster charging of the cap, but are not necessary for the Charge Dump; they are a Red Herring as far as efficiency is concerned. It is neat to see the alternating longer and shorter pulse durations that the timer produces under these conditions, though.

Using the MUR1560 ultrafast highcurrent diode, rather than a 4000-series rectifier, for the "flyback" or charge dump diode results in a faster charge rate to a higher voltage on the cap. The NE-2 and resistor prevent overcharging the 200 V cap: the NE-2 fires at about 125 V and drains the cap back down to about 75 V every forty seconds or so. For now, this represents wasted power; it is just a safety feature to prevent inadvertent overcharging of the 200V capacitor, and in "charge dump recycle" operation it should never fire.
The "recycle" single-pole, double throw switch at top left connects the battery positive pole to the load coil for normal operation and charging the cap, OR to the cathode of the 1n4007 diode, dumping the cap charge back into the battery.
By monitoring the voltage on the cap and operating the switch when the cap is over 60 volts or so, the battery can _apparently_  be made to charge itself. Last night I took my battery supply from 24.4 volts back up to 24.6 volts by manually operating the switch fifty or sixty times, each time as the cap voltage went over about 60 or 80 volts.
It may be possible to automate this process (flipping the SPDT switch) and I will appreciate suggestions as to how to accomplish it.
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #86 on: September 09, 2013, 03:27:20 AM »
Geeze, now she is bashing Stefan Hartman.  What the heck did he ever do to Rose?  This is a real mind bender.  I would like to see the list of folks that Rose has NOT bashed.  I am sure it is a very short list and getting shorter every day.

I may offer T-shirts on my website that say: "I got bashed from Little Miss Mosfet".  Evidently, my target market is a huge one and growing every day.  I could sell thousands.  Given enough time, she will alienate every person on the planet.  Even then she will still insist that she is right, and everyone else is wrong.

Mr. Underunity

Well, she is mad because Stefan would close her threads due to a large part of those threads were just fights and bashing, compared to showing and proving, which most of the proving was done by Poynt, TK, etc, by actually doing tests. All while Rose just typed away. Well, youve seen it.

She was always given warnings from Stefan to get on with it, and she just kept fighting and bashing anything in sight, in 'complete' disregard for the warnings even if there were more than one warning.

The strange thing is, now the cats out of the bag, why the continued bashing? We were wrong for understanding that she was wrong before she knew she was wrong??  She is mad. A womans scorn. ;)   

It aint over by a long shot. Its best to not be involved, unless you 'really' have the time to invest and just cannot find anything better to do. ::) ;) ;D

Mags

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #87 on: September 09, 2013, 03:42:03 AM »
Mags:

I agree.  I have already been labeled by Rose as Mr. Underunity.  No one will ever change her mind.  It is a fool's errand.  Best to move on like you said.  I really think that she is not a nice person.

Mr. Underunity

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #88 on: September 09, 2013, 07:41:47 AM »
No comments?

How about this then: TK's Quantum-17 Charge Dump.

The basic Ainslie Quantum-17 circuit, but with the 555 timer DPDTd to the TKmode NOT the Ainslie mode..... the circuit draws less than 10 mA in continuous operation and makes very narrow spikies but does not heat the load perceptibly. Reducing the 12volt power to the NE555N down to 9V or below causes the timer/mosfet combo to make the exact "aperiodic" oscillations that Glen and Aaron showed in 2009-2010, but these cause more current drain, some load heating and a bit faster charging of the cap, but are not necessary for the Charge Dump; they are a Red Herring as far as efficiency is concerned. It is neat to see the alternating longer and shorter pulse durations that the timer produces under these conditions, though.

Using the MUR1560 ultrafast highcurrent diode, rather than a 4000-series rectifier, for the "flyback" or charge dump diode results in a faster charge rate to a higher voltage on the cap. The NE-2 and resistor prevent overcharging the 200 V cap: the NE-2 fires at about 125 V and drains the cap back down to about 75 V every forty seconds or so. For now, this represents wasted power; it is just a safety feature to prevent inadvertent overcharging of the 200V capacitor, and in "charge dump recycle" operation it should never fire.
The "recycle" single-pole, double throw switch at top left connects the battery positive pole to the load coil for normal operation and charging the cap, OR to the cathode of the 1n4007 diode, dumping the cap charge back into the battery.
By monitoring the voltage on the cap and operating the switch when the cap is over 60 volts or so, the battery can _apparently_  be made to charge itself. Last night I took my battery supply from 24.4 volts back up to 24.6 volts by manually operating the switch fifty or sixty times, each time as the cap voltage went over about 60 or 80 volts.
It may be possible to automate this process (flipping the SPDT switch) and I will appreciate suggestions as to how to accomplish it.
 8)

Hi TK,

>>and I will appreciate suggestions as to how to accomplish it.

You can try something like this. PS: Must be a TIC106D because of the low triggering current needed.

GL.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #89 on: September 09, 2013, 08:08:48 AM »
Thanks GL... that's a good idea, having the firing of the NE2 triggering the thyristor.... But there has to be some way of disconnecting the coil so that the cap discharge goes only into the battery and can't be shunted by the coil. It would be nice to have a "double throw" thyristor!
I'll see if my local supplier has any, if he does I'll test it in the circuit mod you suggest. Thanks!
But I still need to disconnect everything but the battery during the "dump" if it is to work right. I don't need extra power dissipation in the load -- load heating -- but I would like to make the battery "self-charge". If the basic concept tests out I'll just eliminate the "heat" aspect, put in a heavier inductor and see what happens. Soon I expect to discover a Bedini battery charger or something like that in there!
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