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evostars:
The bifilar pancake coil, is a interesting coil. It has inductance, but more importantly it has increased capacitance, due to the high voltage difference between the coil windings. It looks like a coil that is a capacitor at the same time.

When the coil is freely resonanting at its resonant frequency, it produces a static magnetic field. At the same time it produces a dynamic dielectric field.

This dielectric field has interesting capabilities. it seems as if it has been stripped of the magnetic field component. It interacts with ground signals. It is able to transfer energy through one wire, and produces voltage in metal objects that are in the field (but not connected).

 I really feel that this is the pure form of electricity. And Im very curious about its properties.
I could not find solid info about it, so I started to do my own research. and I was amazed with the results. To fill the information void about this, i have started to make a video series about it.

https://youtu.be/xHDrmGPY-78  about the dielectric field of a bifilar coil
https://youtu.be/uhY27Zoor-Q  about the magnetic field of a bifilar coil (at resonance and DC)

nelsonrochaa:

--- Quote from: evostars on March 18, 2017, 09:49:26 PM ---The bifilar pancake coil, is a interesting coil. It has inductance, but more importantly it has increased capacitance, due to the high voltage difference between the coil windings. It looks like a coil that is a capacitor at the same time.

When the coil is freely resonanting at its resonant frequency, it produces a static magnetic field. At the same time it produces a dynamic dielectric field.

This dielectric field has interesting capabilities. it seems as if it has been stripped of the magnetic field component. It interacts with ground signals. It is able to transfer energy through one wire, and produces voltage in metal objects that are in the field (but not connected).

 I really feel that this is the pure form of electricity. And Im very curious about its properties.


I could not find solid info about it, so I started to do my own research. and I was amazed with the results. To fill the information void about this, i have started to make a video series about it.

https://youtu.be/xHDrmGPY-78  about the dielectric field of a bifilar coil
https://youtu.be/uhY27Zoor-Q  about the magnetic field of a bifilar coil (at resonance and DC)

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Hi ,
thanks for share your videos and your thoughts about that theme , myself have study some of the effects you enumerate an i  have some videos show exactly some of the effects that you talk .
If you are interesting to see something about that subject ;) i left some of my tests .

https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=XGyz31yaCdw
https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=J1wMalWqa7o
https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=fJ0roz9qz0g


cheers

evostars:

--- Quote from: nelsonrochaa on March 18, 2017, 11:58:23 PM ---
Hi ,
thanks for share your videos and your thoughts about that theme , myself have study some of the effects you enumerate an i  have some videos show exactly some of the effects that you talk .
If you are interesting to see something about that subject ;) i left some of my tests .
cheers

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Obrigado Nelsonrochaa!
I have looked at your videos. The radiant box is not clear to me. is it working with a resonant coil?

you seem to produce a lot of power!
I have not been able to convert the dielectric voltage into magnetic amperes, have you got a link to your research?

nelsonrochaa:

--- Quote from: evostars on March 19, 2017, 12:30:41 AM ---Obrigado Nelsonrochaa!
I have looked at your videos. The radiant box is not clear to me. is it working with a resonant coil?

you seem to produce a lot of power!
I have not been able to convert the dielectric voltage into magnetic amperes, have you got a link to your research?

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Hi Evostars ,
I thank you, the fact that you do something that I do not like to do:
Talk and explain in  my videos.  But you explained very well the important aspects to most of people understand the main idea .
Yes the radiant box use a stack of bifilar pancake coils with one resonant coil in middle of that stack of coils .
You could find a nice effect to if you want to test it . If you put a sheet of aluminum foil on top of your pancake if are properly tuned it will levitate the foil because diamagnetic properties of aluminum .
No i don't make any public research , but you could find some of my tests in my channel .
I hope you continue your explanations to probe to some folks that type of events are real and not bulshit .
One more time very thanks

cheers :

Nelson Rocha

evostars:

--- Quote from: nelsonrochaa on March 19, 2017, 12:48:08 AM ---Hi Evostars ,
I thank you, the fact that you do something that I do not like to do:
Talk and explain in  my videos.  But you explained very well the important aspects to most of people understand the main idea .
Yes the radiant box use a stack of bifilar pancake coils with one resonant coil in middle of that stack of coils .
You could find a nice effect to if you want to test it . If you put a sheet of aluminum foil on top of your pancake if are properly tuned it will levitate the foil because diamagnetic properties of aluminum .
No i don't make any public research , but you could find some of my tests in my channel .
I hope you continue your explanations to probe to some folks that type of events are real and not bulshit .
One more time very thanks

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thanks!
Yes,  I've been researching and reading (ken wheeler, eric p dollard,  tesla,  Steinmetz,  Thomson  etc) for a while now. And i feel it's time to share my insights.

I have seen the influence of  aluminium foil(mirror)  on the resonant signal,  but i haven't seen it floating. I only work with low power settings so far. But I could a new coil,  and get a stronger dc power source.

it fills me with joy, to be able to share my insights.

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