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Author Topic: The bifilar pancake coil at its resonant frequency  (Read 430228 times)

Offline magpwr

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Re: Electric conduction through Distilled Water
« Reply #1635 on: February 02, 2022, 03:05:13 PM »
I have made a breakthrough in understanding Nikola Tesla’s Radiant Energy.
I have come to the conclusion it is the same as what we know as a Displacement current.
Based on the insights, I have successfully conducted electric energy through pure distilled water (normally non conductive)
​​​​​​​and charged a capacitor up to 1200V using, impulses.
It is based on dielectric induction.
Eric Dollard already showed this in his 1980's Borderland videos, using ground current to transmit radio signals.

My new video showing Dielectric induction through pure distilled water:
https://youtu.be/NVTCEMw2-pU
(premieres today, 8pm GMT)

My previous video using the same circuit, using Magnetic induction to lift aluminum foil:
https://youtu.be/PBH_weiEM1w

My video explaining the circuit that I used for both experiments:
https://youtu.be/Pa2MipWGSKQ
hi evostars,
No offends but after watching your video on the "slow" charging of capacitor via distilled water using HV.It is already a problem....
I have attached a direct screenshot from google search related to distilled water.It's around 500k Ohms.You can get the same effect if you connect 3 or 4 common resistors(Est 300volts typically rated for each resistor)to form 500k. 
For the dielectric you can use the opposite end of pcb board if it is 2 layered board.But one end the surface area need to be made smaller,for better HV isolation.
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I do like your youtube presentation as always but for me i will never put my face in it even if i am 100% right.

Offline verpies

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Re: Electric conduction through Distilled Water
« Reply #1636 on: February 02, 2022, 04:04:51 PM »
hi evostars,
No offends but after watching your video on the "slow" charging of capacitor via distilled water using HV.It is already a problem....
I have attached a direct screenshot from google search related to distilled water.It's around 500k Ohms.You can get the same effect if you connect 3 or 4 common resistors(Est 300volts typically rated for each resistor)to form 500k. 
It is really hard to get all of the conductive ions out of the water.
Copper ions from the wire, patina, atmospheric sulphur oxides and nitrogen oxides, fingerprint acids, dirty container ...all can contribute conductive ions.

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Re: Electric conduction through Distilled Water
« Reply #1637 on: February 02, 2022, 04:21:53 PM »
[quote ]
It is really hard to get all of the conductive ions out of the water.
Copper ions from the wire, patina, atmospheric sulphur oxides and nitrogen oxides, fingerprint acids, dirty container ...all can contribute conductive ions.
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It is not distilled, it is demineralized. A huge difference.
Distilled water should have less than 5 ppm of mineral content.
Real distilled water used for lab. analysis is at least two times condensed from boiling.


Cheers,
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Re: The bifilar pancake coil at its resonant frequency
« Reply #1638 on: February 02, 2022, 08:52:43 PM »
"The resistivity of absolute pure water is 18.2 (rounded) MΩ × cm at 25°C or 0.055 micro-siemens/cm. Water of this quality must be measured inline (closed system) in order to prevent atmospheric interference of the reading. As water is drawn from a water purification system that is showing 18.2 MΩ × cm purity, carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is immediately absorbed into the solution. The carbon dioxide reacts with water forming carbonic acid in solution."
https://www.labmanager.com/white-papers-and-application-notes/resistivity-conductivity-measurement-of-purified-water-19691
@evostars please take a look at my previous reply to you:
"Nice job you made there ! My question is: your device output give around 3-6Kv with 8 to 18 Amps as a electric field with certain frequency over 130Khz, please correct me if I'm wrong, I wonder if you reduce this output current to 110v or 220v how you will convert the electric field and frequency to electric current at 60Hz in order to start an lightbulb. Shortly: how you get rid of e-field and produce current? May be I'm wrong and it's not about electrical field or rf field."

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Field Propulsion
« Reply #1639 on: May 14, 2022, 07:21:01 PM »
Video showing and explaining Field Propulsion.
premières this Sunday

https://youtu.be/lVjC47NBqfM