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Offline Acca

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Re: Rychnowski, the man who condensed the ether
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2018, 06:14:38 PM »
 Franciszek Rychnowski
Franciszek Rychnowski , Franciszek Dionizy de Welehrad Rychnowski , using the pseudonym Iks won Chyr (last name written backwards) (born on October 3, 1850 in Welehrad in Moravia  died on July 3, 1929 in Lviv) - Polish entrepreneur, engineer, physicist, photographer and inventor. He owned 21 Austrian, Hungarian and German patents for heating boilers, air-conditioning and electric appliances. An inventor regarded as a product of pseudo-science - an electro - electrician .
He came from an old Polish gentile family in Moravia, the Arma coat of arms; from the union of father Antoni Rychnowski and mother Józefa née Juepfer. He was married to Maria's teacher .
Rychnowski's machine that generates the electroid.
He was studying at the college of OO. Piarists in Lipnik near Olomouc , then he studied at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Vienna University of Technology. Already in his youth he was interested in physics, mainly caloric (the science of heat properties), electrics and phototechnics .
The first invention, a calorific apparatus reducing fuel combustion, was patented in 1878, receiving at the World Exhibition in Paris the great silver and the first gold medal of the French Nationale Academy, also receiving the diploma of its honorary member. The technology developed by him has found application in heating buildings and brewing, enabling consumption of less than one burnt tree during one beaker of beer, instead of six are used up to now. Thanks to this innovation in 1875, he received from Zamojski the order to modernize the Krasiczyn brewery.
Around 1877 he settled in Lviv. From that moment, for most of his life, he lived in the city center in a private tenement no. 15 where his wife Maria Rychnowska ran a Private Female Teachers' Seminar. The national marshal, Prince Adam Sapieha , brought him to the city. At his request, Rychnowski constructed a ventilation system in the new building of the Lviv parliament. In 1879 he built dynamoelectric machines designed for lighting the parliamentary chamber in the newly erecting building of the Seym in Lviv, for which he obtained the imperial-royal patent . Thanks to the implementation of his projects, Rychnowski became a well-known engineer gaining a number of new orders, including improved the paper mill in Czerlany and the residence of the Habsburgs in Chernivtsi .
In Romania, he introduced a number of innovations in heating systems at the Sinaia castle, receiving a gold medal of merit from the Serviciu Credincios I class from the Romanian King Charles I . He also built a fully automated kitchen in Jassach and worked on technical improvements of the church of the Three Prelates. In 1888, Rychnowski was the first to install radiators for heating the Krakow Cloth Hall .
In the 1890s , Franciszek Rychnowski patented and described in the " Technical Period " a furnace for central heating of flats. He was an employee of the Polytechnic School in Lviv and a member of the Polytechnic Society in Lviv. In 1902 at the Polytechnic Society exhibition he presented his products . In 1918, during the Polish-Ukrainian war, Rychnowski became the commander of the Civil Guard of the City of Lviv.
He died in Lviv in 1929 and was buried in the quarters 11 at the Rakowicki Cemetery in Krakow.
Spheres of Rychnowski's plasma.
In 1891, he observed electrical anomalies, and in 1896, to further research on them, created a machine thanks to which, he claimed, he discovered an unknown matter that is a new form of energy, which he named elektroid . About his discovery in the same year, he informed the world's Academies of Skills in St. Petersburg , Rome , Stockholm , Philadelphia and Krakow . The discovery gained international renown and wrote about it scientific and technical press in Europe, among others Revue du Monde Invisible , Die ûebersinnt. Welt , La Radiographie , Psychologische Studien, Electrical Engineer and popular press such as Le Radical. A number of Polish titles were written about engineer Rychnowski and electro-electricians. The first event was described by " Kurjer Warszawski ", and later also " Tygodnik Ilustrowany ", " Czas ", " Kosmos ", "Krytyka" and many others. In his weekly chronicles on July 2, 16 and 30, 1899, the discovery was also mentioned by Bolesław Prus. Yes, Illustrated weekly described the acquisition of electro - electric :
From the machine, the electroid floats with rustling through the tube; you feel a refreshing smell and a cool breeze. Objects, put in a tube, are thrown out with such force that they break the hole in the paper diaphragm. In the darkroom, the electroid flows out in the form of a light ball. Void vessels round near in vain then shine with lunar light, they show the shrine of gravity, they attract other vessels and objects, they finally show a double movement: rotation about one's axis and about a sheaf of light. Elektroid is a very subtle matter, but it seems to be a dragonfly; exerts pressure on the walls of the vessel, it can also be collected and stored in the vessel for a few days. Falling at an angle on the plate, the electro-reflector is reflected at the same angle in the form of a visible sheaf of light, at the same time it creates a radiant star on the disc, whose shines reveal themselves and change into glowing balls. On the photo plate, the electoid acts even through the body, impervious to ordinary light.
  Rychnowski compared the electro-elect to an ether having energy, which only then is effective and can affect other bodies when it encounters some obstacle in its path that will activate it. The electro-electric concept was later called the etheroid conception. In the assumption of the discoverer, the etheroid is the life energy that is the basis of all physical phenomena. Later similar ideas were also voiced by other scientists Henri Bergson - élan vital and Wilhelm Reich with orgone , which together with the theory of Eng. Rychnowski are currently considered a pseudoscience that has not been scientifically proven. Already at the time of publication in the media, polemics arose. At that time, the inventor's lab in Lviv was visited by another famous Polish inventor - Jan Szczepanik , and the engineering committee from the Lviv Polytechnic was observing the process of creating an electro-elect. However, they were unable to take an unequivocal position on this subject due to closure by Eng. Rychnowski's backstage of the whole process and construction details of the device.
Szczepanik, who participated in demonstrations for journalists organized by Rychnowski, also took a detour to the invention. He stated that for some effects obtained by the inventor, there is no need for a new, mysterious force, because they can be explained on the basis of conventional science, but he also admitted that he can not explain certain things without access to source data. Szczepanika irritated the atmosphere of mystery and sensation created around the electroid by the media and the inventor himself. However, it has never unequivocally confirmed or crossed out the truth of the electro-electric theory . Rychnowski kept his secret secret until the end of his life, taking him to the grave and therefore the controversies accompanying the invention may become the subject of polemics also today.
In the 1920s, he published two books under his pseudonym and on his own, in which he described some controversial theories. In the book Mane tekel fares. 44 memories from the past. Fragments of results from forty-year-old curative treatments under the academic name of curfewing, charlatanism and deceitful suggestion describe their therapeutic method, and in the book Omnia in sole. Scientific reminiscences their scientific hypotheses. He signed the publications with palindrome "Iks won Chyr" created from his name Rychnowski .
Iks won Chyr, Mane Tekel Fares. XXXXIV memories from the past. Fragments of results from forty-year medical treatments under the academic name of curfewing, quackery and fraudulent suggestion , Lviv, 1922, by the author
Iks won Chyr, Omnia in sole. Scientific reminiscences , Lviv, 1922, by the author
Iks won Chyr, A popular critical view of the essence of strict science, [sic] and its social results , Lviv, 1924, by the author
Iks won Chyr, Die universelie Kraftprototipe "Eteroid" , Lviv, 1924, from the press shop of Polish Publishing House
Iks won Chyr, Is there an immortal soul? , Lviv, around 1925
Rychnowski de Welehrad Franciszek, Genesis of the etheroid discovery and its further history , Lviv, 1926, Drukarnia Polska
The name of Franciszek Rychnowski, an engineer and inventor from Lviv, often appears in the fantastic stories of Andrzej Pilipiuk. Pilipiuk's novel (written under the pseudonym Tomasz Olszakowski) The invention of engineer Rychnowski , whose plot is based around Rychnowski's invention, is one of the continuations of the Pan Samochodzik series.

Offline aether22

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Re: Rychnowski, the man who condensed the ether
« Reply #2 on: August 28, 2018, 08:33:13 AM »
Reminds of Keely based on the photos.

But there is little to glean it seems, especially for an English reader...

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Re: Rychnowski, the man who condensed the ether
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2018, 06:08:43 AM »
There is definitely a bit of a language barrier for those of us from Trumpistan (formerly Yankistan).  Luckily this is an international forum.  At least one of the languages should be familiar to the forum owner, and and another one to the guy selling the E-book.  ;)
Some of the devices in the pictures appeared to be hand-cranked electrostatic machines with a cover surrounding the disks and plumbing where the high-voltage outputs would be.  These are probably the electroid sources.  Two belts, one crossed and one straight were visible near the crank handle on some, a common drive scheme for two-disk electrostatic machines.

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Re: Rychnowski, the man who condensed the ether
« Reply #4 on: September 05, 2018, 01:57:36 AM »
Fascinating! Thanks for posting this.
Grazie Franco.

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Re: Rychnowski, the man who condensed the ether
« Reply #5 on: November 30, 2020, 08:16:06 AM »
I like the phrase: Condensed the Ether. So this is a good landing spot for this rambling.

Rambling ....

Volumes have been written on how an air-conditioning system works. You will even hear people say that A/C systems are potentially overunity appliances.  What does it do? In short, it is a transfer of energy from one place to the other by manipulating the state of a refrigerant. Sounds pretty easy. I go from a hot vapor to a warm liquid in the condenser to a cold liquid/vapor mixture in the evaporator, ultimately ending up all vapor by the time it enters the compressor (because compressors can't pump liquid).

With a refrigerant system, a transfer of energy exists in two key places, the condenser, and the evaporator. If the condenser doesn't reject heat energy, then the evaporator will see a reduced capacity. In the condenser, we see a change of state and a large energy transfer. In the evaporator, we also see a change of state and a large energy transfer.

How ironic is it that the most violent boiler explosions are when water is heated, its boiling point raised, and suddenly exposed to lower atmospheric pressure causing the water to flash into steam. 

So, this whole Change-of-State thing is pretty important and has been known in nature to be the source of massive energy transfer.
So question, what is a refrigerant? Well, a refrigerant is anything that can change its state. But more critical, a refrigerant must be able to absorb energy and reject energy.

Question, can a magnetic field absorb energy? Can it reject energy? If you answer yes to those questions, then you just found your refrigerant. Now we need to manipulate the field to do some work. In a refrigeration system, we need to control pressure, and this is the same culprit that causes massive boiler explosions. So we need to expand and compress a magnetic field. Compressing it condenses the energy of the manipulated field. Expanding it releases energy. So when you line up magnetic fields N-S|N-S|N-S that is expansion. Compression is N-S|S-N|N-S. Like the refrigeration system, these are the two key magnetic arrangments where energy is transferred.

All devices need three (3) coils, two are controlled and the middle one is driven. We need the driven coil because the Lenz field is compressed first then violently expanded. Depending on how hard you compress will govern how much OVERshoot you have in expansion.

Since everyone, in the past, had a good laugh when I spoke about a tire iron, I will go right to a better setup. A three-phase line reactor can be used, and you have three perfectly good coils all wound ready to go. You can also use a toroidal with three coils (always three). The guys in Brazil use a toroidal setup, and the Georgian (TK) uses line reactors. Actually, the first few Brazilian patents identified line reactors, and they can be seen in one of TK's videos.

Someone on this forum has a video where he placed magnets against a CRT monitor. The video shows an expanded and compressed magnetic field. However, he was applying the principles slightly differently, so he got some results but not all. Remember, it is the Lenz field we are compressing and then ultimately expanding.

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Re: Rychnowski, the man who condensed the ether
« Reply #6 on: November 30, 2020, 09:35:23 AM »
Sadly there seems little to glean from it.

Pressure might have had something to do with it, and apparently some electrical component...

He took the secret of his machine with him, and what little Google translate can make out seems to be of little use.

Clearly he achieved an extraordinary result though.

I have achieved rapid healing of people, not as rapid as "healing from a bullet wound in one hour" but a part deaf girl gained full hearing, and broken bones were apparently healed in real time, bruises lesson before your eyes.

On the plus side I am alive and not hiding anything, that is why no one cares.

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Re: Rychnowski, the man who condensed the ether
« Reply #7 on: November 30, 2020, 09:57:13 AM »

I have achieved rapid healing of people, not as rapid as "healing from a bullet wound in one hour" but a part deaf girl gained full hearing, and broken bones were apparently healed in real time, bruises lesson before your eyes.

Hi aether22
Very interesting quote. Do you mind saying some things more on this? What do you use that is so beneficial for human's healing?

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Re: Rychnowski, the man who condensed the ether
« Reply #9 on: November 30, 2020, 04:53:33 PM »
Magnetic field is the source of energy , is energy "per se" however in steady state flow (closed path). So it can be tapped, used , converted or even condensed from the powerful yet large (in area) source like Earth magnetic field.This is the truth explaining all free energy.