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Toolofcortex:
Jack Durban was not trusted by SM and did not have deep knowledge.

He points to these two but is not sure of how.

Take everything from him witha  grain of salt.

SM had knowledge to make a patent for spherics, so he was above the average TV repairman level.

Not at the Tesla level, but not just the average guy either, as Jack Durban indicates.

He saw something and asked the right questions, showed curiosity.

This is enough to make a FE device.

Raycathode:

--- Quote from: Toolofcortex on February 10, 2020, 02:30:49 PM ---Jack Durban was not trusted by SM and did not have deep knowledge.

He points to these two but is not sure of how.

Take everything from him witha  grain of salt.

SM had knowledge to make a patent for spherics, so he was above the average TV repairman level.

Not at the Tesla level, but not just the average guy either, as Jack Durban indicates.

He saw something and asked the right questions, showed curiosity.

This is enough to make a FE device.

--- End quote ---
And what might that be? it sounds like your all into SM in a big way if you're going to keep beating your self year after year over it all.
So what do you think the spark plugs were for and then there was the coil on the top and the big cap. come on fly goy put it all to geather .

r2fpl:

--- Quote from: Toolofcortex on February 10, 2020, 02:30:49 PM ---Jack Durban was not trusted by SM and did not have deep knowledge.

He points to these two but is not sure of how.

Take everything from him witha  grain of salt.

SM had knowledge to make a patent for spherics, so he was above the average TV repairman level.

Not at the Tesla level, but not just the average guy either, as Jack Durban indicates.

He saw something and asked the right questions, showed curiosity.

This is enough to make a FE device.

--- End quote ---


Jack Durban also has something to hide.
SM first talks about the frequencies on TV that caused exposure when overlapped. I think he is wrong here. Remember that TVs were then made of flammable materials, varnish on the casing but maybe also materials that could be explosive. Apparently, several TVs exploded so they all received "explosive frequencies" maybe yes or maybe they had "TNT".

Kicks on lamps are caused by a sudden increase in cold filament (wire) and the current collects and then makes an impulse. That's all.

Raycathode:

--- Quote from: r2fpl on February 10, 2020, 03:07:51 PM ---
Jack Durban also has something to hide.
SM first talks about the frequencies on TV that caused exposure when overlapped. I think he is wrong here. Remember that TVs were then made of flammable materials, varnish on the casing but maybe also materials that could be explosive. Apparently, several TVs exploded so they all received "explosive frequencies" maybe yes or maybe they had "TNT".

Kicks on lamps are caused by a sudden increase in the cold filament (wire) and the current collects and then makes an impulse. That's all.

--- End quote ---
I don't think they use barium ferrite any longer but it's an alloy that's highly magnetic unless it's the black stuff found when mining gold.

Toolofcortex:
This TV explosion thing is unverified.

Does not enter my mind anymore.

As the coil itself is what makes the power, and there was no TPU in old TV's.

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