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antimony:
Hi, I have been a believer of the radiant cold energy, and a goal of mine has been for a long time to learn how to harness this force, and use it for lighting, running motors and charging batteries, but these last couple of weeks I started looking at Gotolucs work with reactive power, and I have just lost faith in this with JBs among others radiant spike that charges the output.

I have been interested in replicating Ufopolitics cold energy, and the Hairpin circuit, but I haven't gotten to that yet.
I would like to be able to charge a bank of  batteries.

Anyway,  I wonder what's your opinion on this? Is the voltage spike from the inductor radiant, or just reactive power?

I hope I haven't been too fuzzy in my writing. The kids have been on my back the whole time.  😄

conradelektro:
It is good to believe in radiant cold energy.

Radiant cold energy always moves from earth to space and back from space to earth. When the radiant cold energy is on earth, people call it winter. In the so called summer, the radiant cold energy is in space.

Refrigerators are machines that collect radiant cold energy from the environment. And because almost no radiant cold energy is on earth in summer, one needs a lot of electricity for refrigeration. In winter it is of course easier to collect radiant cold energy, therefore less electricity is needed for refrigeration in winter.

Put your bank of batteries out into the cold in winter and sit on them. Pretty soon you will become wiser. Nothing helps more to think clearly than a cold bottom.

Long live radiant cold energy, believe and you will be cold.

Greetings, Conrad

antimony:

--- Quote from: conradelektro on October 14, 2016, 08:23:00 PM ---It is good to believe in radiant cold energy.

Radiant cold energy always moves from earth to space and back from space to earth. When the radiant cold energy is on earth, people call it winter. In the so called summer, the radiant cold energy is in space.

Refrigerators are machines that collect radiant cold energy from the environment. And because almost no radiant cold energy is on earth in summer, one needs a lot of electricity for refrigeration. In winter it is of course easier to collect radiant cold energy, therefore less electricity is needed for refrigeration in winter.

Put your bank of batteries out into the cold in winter and sit on them. Pretty soon you will become wiser. Nothing helps more to think clearly than a cold bottom.

Long live radiant cold energy, believe and you will be cold.

Greetings, Conrad

--- End quote ---

I didn´t know that. That´s really interesting stuff. :)

But can you extract enough cold energy and use it to power a household? I have tried to use a coax cable as antenna, and a SCR to charge batteries, but it didn´t work as well as i hoped.

When i read about Ufopolitics cold energy circuit my hope was that it could be used to charge my battery bank, to investigate the claims that Electrodyne(i think) made about being able to charge a battery in minutes when conditioned.
Whats all about that? Has anybody noticed this, or anything similar in their own investigations? 

pomodoro:
Sanity and truthfulness are rare  amongst us in these OU circles dear Antimony. Be ready to be dissapointed once again because those 'inventors' you mentioned don't have anything OU that captures the non existant cold radiant energy, apart from probably a crystal diode set gathering microwats of power from man made RF  signals power lines !

AlienGrey:

--- Quote from: conradelektro on October 14, 2016, 08:23:00 PM ---It is good to believe in radiant cold energy.

Radiant cold energy always moves from earth to space and back from space to earth. When the radiant cold energy is on earth, people call it winter. In the so called summer, the radiant cold energy is in space.

Refrigerators are machines that collect radiant cold energy from the environment. And because almost no radiant cold energy is on earth in summer, one needs a lot of electricity for refrigeration. In winter it is of course easier to collect radiant cold energy, therefore less electricity is needed for refrigeration in winter.

Put your bank of batteries out into the cold in winter and sit on them. Pretty soon you will become wiser. Nothing helps more to think clearly than a cold bottom.

Long live radiant cold energy, believe and you will be cold.

Greetings, Conrad

--- End quote ---
what !   ;) your having a laugh ;)

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