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Author Topic: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?  (Read 29154 times)

Offline aether22

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #75 on: February 08, 2017, 04:12:31 AM »
No there are no magnets
It's a perpetual electric effect in the magnetic domain
The steel tubes act as magnets until you break the circuit


Ok, so the pipes have a split through them, and a coil is wound over them?  and they are in a circle?


Are they wound like this...


Note also, do they snap closed as shown? Did I represent the gap correctly?
If you don't remember the number, that's your best guess?  8?  12?  odd or even?

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #76 on: February 08, 2017, 07:18:20 AM »
Hahah


Sorry I don't mean to laugh it's just comical to see
Someone else's interpretation


Ok the first image on the left will work
The other two are not right take those coils off


Now why does the first one work?
Because one coil will centered opposite the gap
Will energize the single split tube, and if the gap
Is small enough yes it will snap shut
It would work better if you put two coils on the tube
One in each side of the gap
Twice the magnetic field.


But the other two images that show a bunch of wire
Is incorrect in principal. It will not work.
Take all of them off except the two tubes by the gap
All the other tubes should be touching each other
Now instead of trying to snap shut a single tube
Open the split so it does not close
And when you energize the two coils the gap in the larger
ring of tubes will snap shut.


Basically each tube conducts on their curvature inside the ring.
When you pull them apart later you get a pulse through the coils
That returns most of what you put into it.




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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #77 on: February 08, 2017, 07:21:06 AM »
Small items placed between the gap when it snaps shut
Become magnetized. My theory is that microscopic pieces of
Steel or iron get imbedded into the material over time.
I had no real way to test this theory.
But I did have to odd experience of picking up aluminum and
plastics, wood, paper
With a magnet.




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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #77 on: February 08, 2017, 07:21:06 AM »
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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #78 on: February 08, 2017, 07:23:56 AM »
It's not really the magnetic effects that I want to show you
That is really a different topic. Ed wrote books about it.


What Dave discovered was something to do with the
Geometry of the ring of split tubes


I guess it is somewhat derived from the magnetic current
Because the effects did not occur when it was deenergized.
But the geometry of that set-up does something to the light
Above the ring

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #79 on: February 08, 2017, 07:26:53 AM »
The two coils are wound opposite so one side N and
The other S facing across the gap.
You can even use a piece of paramagnetic material to
Close the gap with.
Ed's original PMM was a horseshoe magnet with its' keeper bar.
The difference with Dave's experiments, they were all done without
Magnets. Isolating the effect to a purely electromagnetic realm.
The magnetic loop keeps the paramagnetic material magnetized
Until you break it. Which can be years later, as one experimenter
proved.

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Offline aether22

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #80 on: February 08, 2017, 07:37:00 AM »
I am confused, I think I have proven that.  20 images from me guessing which way to interpret ambiguous descriptions won't compare to you drawing what you mean.


All I am clear about (I think) is that there are multiple split cylinders standing up, I think in a circle.


And coils, somehow.

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #81 on: February 08, 2017, 07:41:22 AM »
It's not really the magnetic effects that I want to show you
That is really a different topic. Ed wrote books about it.


What Dave discovered was something to do with the
Geometry of the ring of split tubes


I guess it is somewhat derived from the magnetic current
Because the effects did not occur when it was deenergized.
But the geometry of that set-up does something to the light
Above the ring


I very badly want to understand it, it sounds VERY relivant to my research!


So please, if you can spend some time in a paint program...

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #82 on: February 08, 2017, 07:55:41 AM »
Fair enough


Take the center image, remove all the coils except the two
By the battery
Now wire one up in reverse.
When you short the circuit the ring will lock


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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #83 on: February 08, 2017, 07:58:46 AM »
And an after view

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #84 on: February 08, 2017, 08:06:49 AM »
I think this one is it then?


Also do you have a guess as to have many cylinders?


Interestingly I think I know exactly how and why this works!

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #85 on: February 08, 2017, 08:31:18 AM »
Ok, I think I safely get it now.


I guess I could try different numbers of pipes.


I think that the coils are wrong as they need to be creating an attracting field surely, and I showed it in repulsion.


I didn't realize that there was no gap when magnetized.


So I think I can try this!


As the pipes/cylinders have nothing going on (no coils except 2), then I can try different numbers easily.

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #86 on: February 08, 2017, 09:14:57 PM »
Yeah yur good with that last drawing
Except back the coils up a bit like its drawn on the left
 and coil them tight when you actually build it.
You want the coils to
face each other North and South.
And tape them on good so the coils don't move
You want the metal to attract


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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #87 on: February 09, 2017, 09:38:21 AM »
While I have not yet completed the setup, I have found something interesting.


If you take a cylinder with a split, the energy is more intense as the split narrows, and more intense if aluminium tape is put over the ends and even much of the gap so only a single spot remains, the whole device "breaths" in and or out (not sure if in?) through that uncovered spot, making for a much increased intensity.


I could be wrong, but I suspect the intensity (density) IS important as I suspect that the magic happens in part due to the aetheric energy moving through electric and or magnetic fields and ripping/mixing or "processing" the 2 energies until a hybrid energy is created.


John

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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #88 on: February 10, 2017, 01:23:50 AM »
Yesterday I tried to make the "PMH" (Perpetual Motion Holder, actually just a demonstration of Hysteresis in crappy steel) by cutting steel pipe.


Alas my bench vice broke as I tried to squeeze the edges of the gap closer to closed :(


So I went with Plan B and bought 12 Dynabolts, these one had 2 different tubes around the main bolt[/size], one cut in the Dynabolt fashion (shapes cut out, 3 cuts in the bottom portion), and the other one which is is just what I am after, a tube with a gap... if a bit small...

Being lazy, I have not yet bothered to replicate the parts of "Mystery Dave's" experiment that were not needed, so instead of winding 2 coils. I only wound one...


And I happened to have the foreign non-magnetic material (a scratch and lose card McD's gave me) not placed next to the tube with the coil...


And I also made an improvement, I found that the field becomes more rotational and stronger if each tubes gap points to the tube next to it as shown in the photo's attached and if one of the Dynabolts is placed in the center.


If I don't get results I'll add the other coil and place the card between the 2 tubes with coils, I might even point the gap outwards which is what I think Dave did from Smoky2's description, though I'm not sure he specified that, so maybe that was just my assumption?


I'll give the card a day or 2 to magnetize, no idea how long was meant to be needed?


Anyway here are photos of the setup, oh and also a photo of a split tube with Aluminium foil both on the edged of the split to increase the reflection of the ends, and also over the gap and ends to increase the density of energy coming from the remaining gap.


The energy from this gap and large tube can be used to bring another tube up to a high state of oscillation, once a tube sets an aetheric oscillation up it persists for at least a while if not continuously.




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Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #89 on: February 10, 2017, 06:23:43 AM »
I have found that if you place straight lengths of wire or rod between the gapped tubes the energy increases, I already knew of the effect but I just verified the effect was not limited to the circumstance in which I first found it.


In addition I wound a coil and put it in a tube, and the energy increased a lot again!


Here is one example of straight rods connecting the tubes, in this example I only used 4 which is sub-optimal, but it still works nicely.


I also found that it is best if the white mass filling the pipe (ideally a coil) has a slit it it inline with the gap, likely this helps the energy exit, otherwise it might be that it also vibrates in the same manner.


Finally, putting a coil around it leads to a fast flowing aether stream in the wire.


Again many here could probably build this and feel the results.

 

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