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Offline ramset

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New Topics 2020 : Moving forward as a community
« on: April 22, 2020, 03:56:52 PM »

EDIT ( i see it says moderator next to my name
I had asked to not be moderator here as I do not have skill set
Unless we’e Going to build planes or race cars or ?
That moderator name will get passed to next topic starter here.
Anyhoo  comments below ...Edit : also a pic of this board and
How to access NeW Topic spot
This will be how it’s done moving forward (if your a builder
Or experimenter !!EDIT ...a thankyou to One powers post below.




Greetings to all builders and experimenters !
Our host has opened a new board for 2020
Perhaps a survivor/survival board for open source FE
Research?


Some here may be aware over the years I have dreamed
Of a venue where persons who cannot do experiments
Help those who can (have skill set appropriate to task)
Our global open source resources can be stupefying
From persons at university to kitchen table experimenter.


Sometimes we find members who have skills and equipment
Other times not the case..


Here “one” goal will be to connect skills with resources .


And a method to accomplish this.(PayPal or ?)




I personally leave no limit on persons or ideas
Everything from Joe cell to ....cold fusion LENR magnet whatsits ..? Whatever


One other point
We need to be a community.... a community which
Can show tribute to others who have toiled in open source
Before us (and all their incredible contributions) and those
Who toil now all over the globe ...especially medical field and support we see happening globally now!
 Sharing their work for the benefit of all.


On another note : Those who have followed even my smallest writings
Know i am a terrible writer
It’s not what I do.
So we need a guy who can do that here too


I will add more comments these next days
Feeling a bit “punky”(I’ll)at ground zero NYC area ATM


But leave you the reader with one topic on the burner


Nelsonrochaa thread


We will need to get resources to Nelson(awork in progress)
And like others who will work on this 2020 board
He will need sole moderator status (or his choosing?)


This will be a goal here (how to do this within existing forumware)


More later
Feel free to comment
It is after all your venue (as builders and experimenters)
With tremendous gratitude
Chet k
« Last Edit: April 22, 2020, 07:37:33 PM by ramset »

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Offline onepower

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Re: New Topics 2020 : Moving forward as a community
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2020, 06:35:07 PM »
Ramset
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EDIT ( i see it says moderator next to my name
I had asked to not be moderator here as I do not have skill set

I would disagree and in my opinion the only real skill required to moderate is to be a moderate having consideration and tolerance for others, to forgive and move on. I think you would be an excellent moderator in this respect. Sure we have disagreed and yes you said I was annoying however your response was truthful and polite... I was being annoying and apologize.

In my opinion moving forward as a community requires not only sharing our insights but just as important understanding we will always disagree on many things. It is not the fact we disagree, we will, but how we disagree through our justification and tolerance of other perspectives.

So far as new topics are concerned I think that you were correct when you implied moderated and dedicated build threads may be an option. We have many other threads to debate other things and I think a few dedicated/moderated build threads is a very good idea. I have an Adam's motor, Benitez and modified Akula build collecting dust under my bench.

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But leave you the reader with one topic on the burner
Nelsonrochaa thread

I would agree and have built some of Nelson's circuits with good results. As important in my opinion is that Nelson is tolerant of others and doesn't try to push one concept as the be all end all. I also enjoy his posts because he is trying to convey working concepts more so than tell everyone how it is and what to do. It was always a learning process thus is always evolving and despite any success I may have had I am always a student of nature and FE technology.

I like where your going with this, take care in NYC my friend.

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Re: New Topics 2020 : Moving forward as a community
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2020, 07:58:46 PM »
Really no need to apologize...  I understand how frustrating things can be...Here I hope this Virus can be a benchmark moment..Forward..!! wild times indeed..
Chet



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Offline onepower

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Re: New Topics 2020 : Moving forward as a community
« Reply #3 on: April 28, 2020, 05:52:53 PM »
Moving forward as a community...

https://globalnews.ca/news/6873561/ufo-videos-pentagon-declassified/
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The Pentagon says it can explain three previously leaked videos of supposed UFOs, and the explanation is simple: they’re real, and they’re still a total mystery.

The truth is out and this is good news in my opinion. Now we can establish that not only are there advanced energy systems but very advanced propulsion systems as well. Now when a critic say's it can't be done the FE community can say it's already been done and here is the proof provided by the U.S. government.

You can always tell when something really big happens because most people start pretending it didn't just happen, lol. No rebuttals, just this long drawn out silence with people looking at the floor scratching there head thinking... what just happened?.

Now we have the perfect storm in my opinion, a global pandemic, an economic catastrophe, the crash of oil related energy markets and this year is on track to be the world’s hottest since measurements began due to climate change. You see old problems don't just disappear simply because we have more urgent new problems, they remain. However what has changed is that people are waking up to the fact that business as usual isn't working any more. Now more and more people are realizing that change is inevitable and a new way of thinking and new technology is required... Free Energy.

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Re: New Topics 2020 : Moving forward as a community
« Reply #4 on: April 28, 2020, 06:42:10 PM »
Moving forward as a community...

https://globalnews.ca/news/6873561/ufo-videos-pentagon-declassified/
The truth is out and this is good news in my opinion. Now we can establish that not only are there advanced energy systems but very advanced propulsion systems as well. Now when a critic say's it can't be done the FE community can say it's already been done and here is the proof provided by the U.S. government.

You can always tell when something really big happens because most people start pretending it didn't just happen, lol. No rebuttals, just this long drawn out silence with people looking at the floor scratching there head thinking... what just happened?.

Now we have the perfect storm in my opinion, a global pandemic, an economic catastrophe, the crash of oil related energy markets and this year is on track to be the world’s hottest since measurements began due to climate change. You see old problems don't just disappear simply because we have more urgent new problems, they remain. However what has changed is that people are waking up to the fact that business as usual isn't working any more. Now more and more people are realizing that change is inevitable and a new way of thinking and new technology is required... Free Energy.

Regards
I could see one Goal moving forward :... growing a research group to include Dr.Greer and "other" global resources ...we already have LONG STANDING connections to growing  LENR science community.

sincerely Chet K //,, PS, perhaps a goal for a topic here ??

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Offline EMJunkie

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Re: New Topics 2020 : Moving forward as a community
« Reply #5 on: April 28, 2020, 10:57:21 PM »


Chet is right!

We are all one big family, like it of not! If we found a way to work more closely, as a Team, the progress would skyrocket! In 12 months looking back you would be surprised!

Just wish we could all work together, wish we could find good funding, wish we did not have charlotins in the field, the list goes on... All just more reasons we need to stick together!

A Strong united group in indestructible, I know because I have one! You could too!

Chet, I think you are the right man for the job! You are a good motivator and have great talents in driving forward.

Best wishes,
   Chris Sykes

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Re: New Topics 2020 : Moving forward as a community
« Reply #6 on: August 16, 2020, 03:01:51 AM »
Hello ramset.
I am glad that you are still active.
I have seen a lot of your posts and you are always very polite and nice to other people.
I want to mention that information or Disclosure of the JOE CELL may not be allowed on this forum.
It is highly supressed.
Much Love.
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Re: New Topics 2020 : Moving forward as a community
« Reply #7 on: August 16, 2020, 10:28:04 AM »
Sir
There is no giving up on the possibilities
Our home planet earth and we its inhabitants ...deserve all we can muster!

Nor ignoring topics like the Joe cell

Here the “Font of knowledge “ [member color] Did take your lead and post a link ( so those unaware can get perspective)
https://m.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=mAbuHe9X_cs


Thanks
Chet
PS we do have members who have seen first hand..perhaps I can make a few calls and see
"whatsup"
if you have any new info or first hand ?? ....please share...

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Re: New Topics 2020 : Moving forward as a community
« Reply #8 on: August 17, 2020, 03:42:59 AM »
Hello Ramset.
I will start a new topic about the JOE cell.
Feel free to drop in.
Cheers.

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« Reply #9 on: August 17, 2020, 08:04:10 AM »
MY TWO BOBS WORTH. WE AS A PERSISTENT COMMUNITY WE SHOULD SET AN ACCOUNT THAT PEOPLE
WITHIN AND OUT OF THIS COMMUNITY CAN DONATE FOR CONSTRUCTION OF DEDICATED PROJECTS.
I WOULD CONTRIBUTE 100 DOLLARS FOR THE REPLICATION OF MR SKINNER GRAVITY MACHINE.
IT HAS TO BE REPLICATED AS PER THE VIDEO.

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Re: New Topics 2020 : Moving forward as a community
« Reply #10 on: August 18, 2020, 11:49:52 AM »
Hopefully I'll be getting back to work on the water for fuel technology soon as I had quite a few things chew up my time in that past several months. My father passed away a few years back and my sister gave me his old car which it just so seems to on it's way out just as it was given to me. First off it wouldn't hold a charge so I looked into it and someone put that wrong size and type of battery in the car $218 bucks later that problem was solved. Then the suspension gave out so I got some new shocks and springs and some $400 bucks later that problem was fixed. Then the car had a over heating problem $40 bucks later that was fixed. Since the car seemed to be run hot for quite a few years all the plastic parts are very brittle and while replacing the electric thermostat I broke the ignition coil $70 bucks later that was fixed. I figured I might as well replace the spark plugs and $20 bucks later that was done. Then the car starts a really annoying misfire so I got some new plug wires figuring that would solve the problem, not that set me back $70 bucks. And the transmission started acting up which has thus far set me back over $140 bucks. Now the car has fuel system problems and who knows how much this is going to cost me to get fixed. It seems the car was dying when it was given to me as all of this happened within 2000 miles of the car being given to me.


Hopefully next month I'll get it all fixed up and once again be free to work on this technology. The plan was to fix this car up and give it to my oldest daughter so she could have a car while going to college that was dependable. It's a good thing I'm a mechanic or those repairs would have cost me more than likely well over $3000 to have fixed at the mechanics shop. In the mean time I keep a watchful eye out for anything dealing with this technology and thus far it would seem I am practically alone now working on this technology with just two friends hanging in there with me.


I'd thought after sharing the actual science behind this technology someone else would, whom didn't run into all these problems, would have a unit up and running by now, but it seems all of the blocking that took place after I posted the information did it's job as it seems no one even attempted to use the information I posted. It's okay, as I know this technology isn't for the faint of heart as it is on the complicated side to get working correctly. Dealing with ionization energies, standing waves, and a whole lot more isn't easy but it is the way forwards if the world is to have a replacement for it's fossil fuel addiction that will actually do the job and a whole lot more.


As for what it takes to be a moderator I know I have what it takes because I know how to call someone out for being a knuckle head, deal with them, and move on. All of that blocking simply wouldn't have been allowed after I posted the science behind this water for fuel technology if I was the moderator so that people could ask questions if they didn't understand the science I showed instead of having a bunch of garbage data post after post to bury the technology as was done. The way I see it it's this sites loss as I was willing to answer questions at the time but now not so much. Now I just figure someone has to attempt to bring this technology out and I am all I see actually making progress on this technology thus I have to be the change I want to see in this world as someone else might get it wrong.




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« Reply #11 on: August 18, 2020, 07:31:54 PM »
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I'd thought after sharing the actual science behind this technology someone else would, whom didn't run into all these problems, would have a unit up and running by now, but it seems all of the blocking that took place after I posted the information did it's job as it seems no one even attempted to use the information I posted. It's okay, as I know this technology isn't for the faint of heart as it is on the complicated side to get working correctly. Dealing with ionization energies, standing waves, and a whole lot more isn't easy but it is the way forwards if the world is to have a replacement for it's fossil fuel addiction that will actually do the job and a whole lot more.

That's an excellent build in the picture.
It's easy to spot the people who know what there doing and can actually read. Meyer's basically spelled out most of his technology in his various patents however few know how to follow directions. I can see you have put in the time and effort to do this right, well done.

Initially I also lathed my coil former's out of poly then switched to 3D printing with PLA using acetone to smooth out the finish. I also found at higher voltage/frequency poly and more so ABS/PVC produce excessive leakage. This can be fixed by coating the coil former's with epoxy or varathane before and after winding. You may have noticed power and wave form instability because of leakage which is due to relative humidity. It took me a while to find the problem and I couldn't figure out why some days my circuits worked fine and other days nothing worked. It was relative humidity, water vapor in the air acting as a large variable capacitance also conducting energy away from the circuit. It can be something that simple which determines whether our results are as expected or not.

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Hopefully next month I'll get it all fixed up and once again be free to work on this technology. The plan was to fix this car up and give it to my oldest daughter so she could have a car while going to college that was dependable. It's a good thing I'm a mechanic or those repairs would have cost me more than likely well over $3000 to have fixed at the mechanics shop. In the mean time I keep a watchful eye out for anything dealing with this technology and thus far it would seem I am practically alone now working on this technology with just two friends hanging in there with me.

I have a similar problem with my 1947 9N tractor which managed to drop both the rear engine seal and the transmission seal simultaneously this summer. Now I have to spit the damn tractor in half just to change a couple seals and the clutch disk, not cool. That old girl just keeps chugging along even after 73 years but she's high maintenance. I'm not a mechanic but grew up on the farm and have never taken anything I own to a mechanic to get fixed, no offense. As you may know sometimes it's just easier to do things ourselves so we know what were getting and it's fun... sometimes.

Your not alone with this technology but I know the feeling. 99% of people don't know about FE technology or care to know for some reason. I started with vapor carbs and water injection when I was 18 damn near 40 years ago. Got into designing and building micro gas turbines in the 90's then moved onto some more exotic stuff like Victor Shaubergers work and hydrodynamics. Later I discovered Tesla, Sweet, Hendershot and the boys once the internet became more popular. So for some of us FE technology is not all that new simply a continuation of our learning curve.

I think it's important to love what we do and want to learn more beyond anything else. To disregard all the nonsense we see happening all around us if we can and move ourselves forward.

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Now I just figure someone has to attempt to bring this technology out and I am all I see actually making progress on this technology thus I have to be the change I want to see in this world as someone else might get it wrong.

All of the greatest inventors and scientists throughout our history acted alone. Sure many wanted to take some or all of the credit after the fact however they acted alone because it was there dream they were following not others. I say go for it but be careful, plot your course , be methodical, have a backup plan and don't sweat the small stuff. As well over the years I have learned when most people say they want to help they mean help themselves in some way so caution is advised with respect to human nature.

Regards

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« Reply #12 on: August 19, 2020, 02:36:10 AM »
Thanks Onepower, Here is the proper way to build high voltage transformers as the air is the enemy, something I found out the hard way. I tried transformer oil at first but it's not good enough for this technology so I use a high voltage epoxy and cure it in the oven after using a high vacuum to get all the air out of the transformer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0gH4IX5r7g
This solved the problem and now I can reach voltages well over 10kv without the transformer arcing out on me internally.
Here is Don Gable experiencing this internal arcing: [size=78%]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQeZ9EgpgXw[/size]


When mines arced out it went up in flames as I was applying a lot more power to the primary coil getting around 9.2kv to the cell. For my cell I have to get over 10kv for it to work correctly as I have ten resonant cavities wired in series. Now I do apply gating to get the stepping voltage in my waveforms unlike Don is doing and my waveforms looks a lot different as a result but it is putting out both positive and negative voltages just as Don talks about. It must do this to mimic a thunderstorm as that's how the earth's global electric circuit works to break the bonds of many different types of molecules water being one of them, but it also breaks down Nitrogen molecules, Oxygen molecules, Carbon Dioxide molecules, Methane Molecules, and in fact any molecules that happens to be present when the conditions are right will be broken down by a thunderstorm. It's the earth's natural air cleaner but our use of fossil fuels has overwhelmed the system thus all the trouble we are in right now with climate change.


I wish they would teach this in our schools and colleges but I guess those that sell energy don't want this being taught in our educational systems so they can keep making a profit. Anyway I figured it all out making use of the scientific method asking and answering questions the old fashion way. And be assured I do have a plan that I am following🤫[/font][/size][size=78%].[/size]
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