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Offline Johan_1955

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Maybe some NEW info?
« on: November 12, 2021, 01:03:06 PM »

This Guy Destroys Physics Gravity Newton Einstein, All At Once - And The System Destroys His Life!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wymfYp18720
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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2021, 12:40:39 AM »
Wow….


Eat your self diluted 54!7 Ken Wheeler…..




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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2021, 12:59:11 AM »
Just sort of a pole here


Has anyone wrapped a coil at something other than 90-degrees
to a magnet, inductor or other coil?


If so care to share your experience?

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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2021, 10:12:22 PM »
Ok so, theres way too much info to deal with all at once


Baby steps….
First i am taking a look at Nigel’s Telluric Rectifier


This is a dual-earth ground (EB) system.
Heres a video of my initial progress
Feel free to join me experimenting with Nigel’s technology


There are no magnets employed in the video below
Also the aerial antenna plays a lot into this
w/o aerial i get 0.1v @ 1 microamp (negligible)
with aerial it jumps up to 0.3v @ 3 microamps


Not a lot in terms of power, but i think its a good first step
towards understanding what he is up to


https://youtu.be/47Vj1Chnsrk




[edit:] The aerial is connected to the + terminal

Offline onepower

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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #4 on: November 13, 2021, 11:05:42 PM »
smoky2
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Not a lot in terms of power, but i think its a good first step
towards understanding what he is up to

https://youtu.be/47Vj1Chnsrk

I have a question, why didn't he just draw out the diagram before he started making the video?.

It also occurred to me that he may have reinvented what we technical people like to call an "antenna". We have a ground connection, some rectifying diodes/LED's and a fair amount of exposed conductor.

Another option is a ground fault in his house wiring which is more common than we think. When I wired my last house I accidently connected the white(neutral) to ground and ground to white(neutral) of the fixture in one electrical box of a lighting circuit. Then later when working on all my other junction boxes and central heating ductwork I noticed a slight tingling in my fingers, lol. I picked up on what was happening right away even though the low power LED lighting in the circuit worked fine. The circuit just happened to be conducting through every other ground and the ductwork in my house. 10 electrical boxes later I found the culprit...white/neutral bonded to ground.

Regards
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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #5 on: November 14, 2021, 01:17:15 AM »
smoky2
I have a question, why didn't he just draw out the diagram before he started making the video?.

It also occurred to me that he may have reinvented what we technical people like to call an "antenna". We have a ground connection, some rectifying diodes/LED's and a fair amount of exposed conductor.

Another option is a ground fault in his house wiring which is more common than we think. When I wired my last house I accidently connected the white(neutral) to ground and ground to white(neutral) of the fixture in one electrical box of a lighting circuit. Then later when working on all my other junction boxes and central heating ductwork I noticed a slight tingling in my fingers, lol. I picked up on what was happening right away even though the low power LED lighting in the circuit worked fine. The circuit just happened to be conducting through every other ground and the ductwork in my house. 10 electrical boxes later I found the culprit...white/neutral bonded to ground.

Regards
AC


Im not ready to make a decision on this yet.


The antenna seems to amplify whatever is already there.
I can move the antenna to the - side and it does the same


Also after adding more diodes on the + terminal
I got a reversal of potential…


I need to think on this and get some sleep
and i will check all these diodes in the morning to
make sure it is the way i think it is…


His drawings are clearly not the type of engineering schematic
that were used in the college i went to in the U.S.
Maybe thats the way they taught in GB decades ago
hard for me to understand, but i thought i had a handle on it.
I still haven’t gotten any useable current, right now im trying to set the voltage up
if i can get anywhere i’ll post my results




Offline MasterPlaster

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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #6 on: November 14, 2021, 10:35:25 AM »

Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #7 on: November 14, 2021, 05:20:29 PM »
I dont want to flood the thread with stupid videos showing what may or may not be
nothing


But feel free to peek in on my YouTube channel
as i will be posting videos frequently.


I have no understanding of this type of circuit, as it goes against
electrical theory and combines aspects of Earth Batteries, and
diode-based voltage adders.


I have removed the aerial antenna from the circuit, so any “antenna rectification” is
only from the small wiring connecting the diodes.


There appears to be the “capacitive” kin of current
Current rises through a high impedance load over time,
but low impedance loads drain or ‘discharge’ the capacitive current.
I know that sounds weired (it is certainly new to me!)
But thats the best description i have for you on that…..


Still not sure whats up with the spontaneous polarity reversal.
Is this an aspect of earth? Something to do with imbalanced bucking diodes?
(mine is built using random diodes and unequal # on one side)


My next step is to build (or salvage) some kind of high impedance load.




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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #8 on: November 14, 2021, 11:09:58 PM »
smoky2
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I have removed the aerial antenna from the circuit, so any “antenna rectification” is
only from the small wiring connecting the diodes.

If you can draw and post a circuit diagram I can tell you what is happening.

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There appears to be the “capacitive” kin of current
Current rises through a high impedance load over time,
but low impedance loads drain or ‘discharge’ the capacitive current.
I know that sounds weired (it is certainly new to me!)
But thats the best description i have for you on that…..

I have done all these experiments before and once measured a current take several minutes to cross the surface of a concrete floor. I also measured a negative charge take over one second to traverse a 60' length of 20 ga copper wire. These are electrostatic/atmospheric effects and contrary to popular belief they can move very slow.

This device can help show what's going on...
http://amasci.com/emotor/chargdet.html
RIDICULOUSLY SENSITIVE ELECTRIC CHARGE DETECTOR

This should be required reading...http://amasci.com/emotor/stmiscon.html
Most people have no idea what electricity is or how it actually works more so electrostatics. Bill Beaty's site is the best resource on electricity I have seen to date. It's a must read in my opinion.

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Still not sure whats up with the spontaneous polarity reversal.
Is this an aspect of earth? Something to do with imbalanced bucking diodes?
(mine is built using random diodes and unequal # on one side)

Yes it relates to the Earth/atmosphere potential difference. Here are some good links to get up to speed...
https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1305/1305.5347.pdf   --Lord Kelvin’s atmospheric electricity measurements

https://www.feynmanlectures.caltech.edu/II_09.html  --Electricity in the Atmosphere

https://www.electricuniverse.info/atmospheric-electricity/  --Atmospheric electricity

Regards
AC

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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #9 on: November 15, 2021, 02:04:27 AM »
I guess if you have done “all these measurements” before….


There’s nothing new here for you.
Move along

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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #10 on: November 15, 2021, 02:05:54 AM »
Hi,
My name is Sm0ky2.


This is my very first experiment with electricity.
In 10 yrs of engineering college i have learned nothing.


Please tell me whats going on here

Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #11 on: November 15, 2021, 02:09:26 AM »
Please share your experience using ‘bucking’ (reverse) diodes.




This was not in the manual.

Offline onepower

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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #12 on: November 15, 2021, 05:30:57 AM »
Smoky2
I am also an Engineer with over 30 years experience and 20 years in I began to realize I knew little about energy or what electricity is. In the amasci link I sent you the author Bill Beaty is an EE with more experience than both of us. In this respect I think we both understand an education helps but it is not the be all end all by any means.

After reading Bill Beaty's site years ago I realized like most people I had most things wrong. So I built a van de graaff generator, whimshust generator, tesla coils and did countless experiments over the last decade. So when I say I have been down this road and done the experiments I mean it literally.

The biggest mistake most make is not allowing for environmental influences. For example, take a spray bottle and mist the area raising the local relative humidity. Most electrostatic effects will disappear which is the reason many devices work then not. Sometimes it can be something that simple but we would never know unless we did real experiments.

With respect to bucking reverse diodes I think you mean back to back rectifiers. It's a discriminator circuit element acting as a reverse break down threshold detector. The action is similar to a zener diode which acts in both directions. When using higher voltages above 20kV it's important to rub down all components with rubbing alcohol to remove the oils deposited from our hands otherwise leakage is an issue. Many inventors used this setup to replace a spark gap however it does not exhibit negative resistance or avalanche breakdown like a SG. In this respect it acts more like a low voltage filter/ discriminator the inverse of a clipper circuit. There is much more to it but these are the basics.

As well diodes don't last long and tend to degrade or explode at higher voltage/current levels. Many used mercury rectifiers in the past or a quenched SG with a chopper disk to minimize preionization/Corona effects. I have yet to find a solid state setup that can handle anything close to 10kV reliably.

Regards
AC





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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #13 on: November 15, 2021, 06:59:56 AM »
So far i have been able to perform Nigel’s voltage multiplication
(experiment #1 is successful, performs as the inventor stated)


However, the EB diode adder seems to be doing nothing at times,
at others it will dump the earth and start moving potential back in the
other direction.
current reading goes negative with respect to voltage during transition



I pulled all the doides out, and im left with just a regular EB
0.5v @ 80 uA
Polarity has been stable for at least 8 hrs.
No reverse current

My guess is (due to the bucking diodes) charge is led out of the earth
depleting localized zones which then bleed back in from surrounding earth
which can cause one side to take on a higher potential
I’m not able to achieve anything useful from any of the various configurations
i have tried. Pretty sure i learned more about the earth around me than i did
about Nigel’s Telluric Rectifier. (Sm0ky failed experiment #2)


Next up is the temporal electron accelerator
I have both parts almost complete


After that i will start on his magnetic experiments




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Re: Maybe some NEW info?
« Reply #14 on: November 15, 2021, 09:55:17 AM »
Hello there,
Can anyone point me to some more info on this guy's tech pls?