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Author Topic: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.  (Read 68406 times)

Offline pomodoro

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #15 on: August 06, 2015, 01:21:55 PM »
Need to see oscilloscope traces of input to the diodes. 1n4148s aren't ultra fast so the supposedly AC output from the cell should be visible on a scope that can handle UHF. At the moment it looks like a short dipole picking up random noise in the room.

Offline MarkE

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #16 on: August 06, 2015, 02:16:40 PM »
Need to see oscilloscope traces of input to the diodes. 1n4148s aren't ultra fast so the supposedly AC output from the cell should be visible on a scope that can handle UHF. At the moment it looks like a short dipole picking up random noise in the room.
Do we know the diodes are 1N4148s?  The Trr on those is around 4ns.  It could be that this is an RF set-up.  But, 6V is a mighty big signal.  And, ignoring leakage current in the capacitor, the source impedance appears to be in the 1 MegOhm range. 

It is going to be difficult to come up with a scope probe active or passive that won't heavily load such a high impedance.  A 10X passive probe looks like around 1K Ohm at 100MHz.  A 100X probe won't quite get you to 10k Ohms. An active FET probe is only going to get you up to around 25k - 100k Ohms depending on the vendor.   

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #17 on: August 06, 2015, 02:57:24 PM »
It could be an RF receiver.  But to get to 6V the field would have to be very intense.

I experimented with "Stiffler's Spontaineous Charge" effect for months and uploaded hundreds of posts about it. I got the same effect by snugly positionng two coupled diametric neo tube magnets inside the air core of a series bifilar solenoid coil. I drove 125 miles into the wilderness to test the "Electronic Smog" theory, which failed. It showed the same charging effect way out in the woods. Stiffler goes on to say the charging stops abruptly. I reported this abrupt stop in my past posts, so we know we're dealing with the same effect.

I used only one fast switching Shottky Diode in series between the coil lead and the high voltage capacitor.

Offline MarkE

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #18 on: August 06, 2015, 03:10:48 PM »
I experimented with "Stiffler's Spontaineous Charge" effect for months and uploaded hundreds of posts about it. I got the same effect by snugly positionng two coupled diametric neo tube magnets inside the air core of a series bifilar solenoid coil. I drove 125 miles into the wilderness to test the "Electronic Smog" theory, which failed. It showed the same charging effect way out in the woods. Stiffler goes on to say the charging stops abruptly. I reported this abrupt stop in my past posts, so we know we're dealing with the same effect.

I used only one fast switching Shottky Diode in series between the coil lead and the high voltage capacitor.
If one has:  A coil => rectifier => capacitor, and one adds to this a strong magnet, then moving the magnet into place with the motion in one direction generates a voltage impulse that will charge the capacitor through the diode.  If the capacitor and diode each exhibit low leakage, then the capacitor can retain the charge for a long time.

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #19 on: August 06, 2015, 04:25:50 PM »
If one has:  A coil => rectifier => capacitor, and one adds to this a strong magnet, then moving the magnet into place with the motion in one direction generates a voltage impulse that will charge the capacitor through the diode.  If the capacitor and diode each exhibit low leakage, then the capacitor can retain the charge for a long time.

@MarkE,

Flashlight shaker circuit! I'd bet any amount of money that a section of thin walled copper water pipe with a diametrically polarized tube magnet positioned snugly inside would generate the same kind of current as Stiffler's setup! It's important that the field's at 90 degrees to the conductor face. The connections would probably both attach to the copper pipe.   

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #20 on: August 06, 2015, 05:15:15 PM »
The  QER (Quantum Energy Receiver) appears to be a further development of Stiffler's earlier work with what at that time he called the TMB - (Thermal Magnetic Battery).


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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #21 on: August 06, 2015, 07:44:01 PM »
Frequency is an adjective.  Substitute:  "green" or "high" or "left" and see if the statement makes any less sense. 
Stiffler shows an arrangement of parts that charges a capacitor from a sandwich of materials connected through a FWB to the capacitor when the sandwich is compressed between two magnet stacks. 

There is no such thing as a resonant frequency of magnetism.  Wootan and McLain built an apparatus that exhibited a resonant frequency of about 175kHz.  Theirs was a machine that they actively drove with the output of a power oscillator.
I guess English is not your forte.  Frequency is a noun.   
I've noticed in many experiments with a scope that there is a peak around 175 KHz.   The experiment shown seems easy enough to replicate.   We know he has copper and aluminum but what else is in the middle beside a very thin piece of plastic?  I don't see that plastic he showed by itself being able to create any measureable piezo effect. 


fre·quen·cy/ˈfrēkwənsē/
noun
the rate at which something occurs or is repeated over a particular period of time or in a given sample.
the rate at which a vibration occurs that constitutes a wave, either in a material (as in sound waves), or in an electromagnetic field (as in radio waves and light), usually measured per second.

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #22 on: August 06, 2015, 07:58:52 PM »
From the link in my previous post you can see the plate composition of the TMB, which may be the same as the QER:

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #23 on: August 06, 2015, 08:10:59 PM »
The  QER (Quantum Energy Receiver) appears to be a further development of Stiffler's earlier work with what at that time he called the TMB - (Thermal Magnetic Battery). 
tak

tak:
Please confirm your posted TMB link, receiving "This page can't be displayed." message.  Thanks for following up with additional TMB info.

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #24 on: August 06, 2015, 08:32:41 PM »
The total charge is 900uC.  The average current is 1.5uA.  The total energy is: 2.3mJ.  The average power is less than 4uW.  Those are modest values.  A sandwich of PVDF could probably manage that.

MarkE:
Thanks for calcs, will have to see if additional technical info is provided.  BTW, first video does specify 4x 1N4148s for FWBR (additional voltage drop there).

Offline tak22

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #25 on: August 06, 2015, 09:08:24 PM »
Rfacts,


The link still works for me but is slow at about 20 seconds to load. I've converted it to PDF and attached it:

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #26 on: August 06, 2015, 10:44:00 PM »
@MarkE,

Flashlight shaker circuit! I'd bet any amount of money that a section of thin walled copper water pipe with a diametrically polarized tube magnet positioned snugly inside would generate the same kind of current as Stiffler's setup! It's important that the field's at 90 degrees to the conductor face. The connections would probably both attach to the copper pipe.   
You need to make sure that the secondary is not shorted as a contiguous copper pipe would be.

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #27 on: August 07, 2015, 02:01:41 AM »
You need to make sure that the secondary is not shorted as a contiguous copper pipe would be.

@MarkE,

Danial McFarland Cook recommended "Spiral Copper Ribbon" up to two feet wide, to replace the copper wire in his battery. This copper ribbon wraped directly over the dielectric tube housing the magnet core in place of the wire coil.

Offline pomodoro

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #28 on: August 07, 2015, 05:01:50 AM »
Rfacts,


The link still works for me but is slow at about 20 seconds to load. I've converted it to PDF and attached it:

Thanks for the PDF, very interesting.  Someone here should try to  replicate the continuous LED driving system.

 If a plastic insulator is between the metal plates as shown, and the plates are also separated by a thin plastic sheet from the magnets, then the magnets can't act as short dipole antennae, picking up stray signals.

All wiring must be kept ultra short and magnets must not in any way be prone to movement as this could generate a small voltage as the capacitance between the plates changes with pressure.

Then, if it can be shown to work in different environments, we could say that something special probably happening.

 

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Re: Dr. Stiffler's "New" Quantum Energy Reciever.
« Reply #29 on: August 08, 2015, 10:42:16 AM »
Stephan selected this for a show case video: Stiffler shows how a ceramic capacitor works in place of the copper plates!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLC7684829E98CAD74&t=22&v=JBqSEEGGBWE

Tesla explains how his "Serial Bifilar" acts as a capacitor in his patent. Now we see the same two components as the diametric tube neo magnet inside the bifilar solenoid bore hole (Fields on the perpendicular).

Magnet fields at 90 degrees to a capacitor face. The conditions are identical!