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Aetheric Battery, New Free Energy Source From Aether!

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wistiti:
Thank you tinycoder!
Wow really a interesting theory. Simple and seem not difficult to replicate. I will really like to have the "how to built it" pdf in a more universal language like english.
Waiting to see more information.
Thank again!

profitis:
Interesting @ coder.scientificly speaking it appears to be gathering AND rectifying  johnson noise somehow and storing it on the plates while it discharges (must be very fast charge accumulation).can you give an idea of the power density on this device? The continual current density is really the important thing here because it will tell us if that is johnson noise or not.

tinyCoder:

--- Quote from: wistiti on September 11, 2014, 01:53:33 PM ---Thank you tinycoder!
Wow really a interesting theory. Simple and seem not difficult to replicate. I will really like to have the "how to built it" pdf in a more universal language like english.
Waiting to see more information.
Thank again!

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Hey "wistiti"!

Yes it really is, I'm trying to do my best translating and creating a well-spelled step by step PDF book in English ASAP.

Thank you.

tinyCoder:

--- Quote from: profitis on September 11, 2014, 02:27:09 PM ---Interesting @ coder.scientificly speaking it appears to be gathering AND rectifying  johnson noise somehow and storing it on the plates while it discharges (must be very fast charge accumulation).can you give an idea of the power density on this device? The continual current density is really the important thing here because it will tell us if that is johnson noise or not.

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Well, dear.

I don't know so much about "johnson noise", I read some about it on Wikipedia just now but didn't understand so much, the problem is that I'm not specialized in electronics, I couldn't understand your question very well but I promise to try my best explaining all the details about our experiment and then I think you'll find the answers after all.

profitis:
Yes @coder Johnson noise is random sound or random radio waves.it will be easy to see if it is this because there will be fluctuation of current.I'm not expecting much from random sound noise,perhaps one or two microamp in heavy fluctuation going on and off.radio waves a little bit more,also heavy fluctuation.

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