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Author Topic: Free energy as simple as it gets  (Read 7183 times)

Offline captainpecan

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #60 on: April 22, 2022, 07:01:48 AM »
This system I have been playing with for many years. I first started playing with it about 14 years ago. Made a few real cheesy videos back then on an account I can't get back into anymore. I first learned of it as the Ronald Brandt Tesla Switch. Somewhere back then I had read that it was the system used in Nikola Teslas electric car that never needed recharged. I have actually found no link to Tesla with this anywhere except that Ronald Brandt said Tesla gave it to him. Something else I'm not sure I buy. But bedini did many tests with it, and made a solid state switching version. It was also added as a possible way to use the school girl energizer in the kits bedini sold. I have since found some doing research on it and calling it "splitting the positive". I think that term may have stuck to it because of Howard Johnsons work. But with my research, I never really saw where he was doing this really. Maybe similar in some way?

But, I have been doing simple tests with it for many years and I have killed some batteries randomly I didn't understand. But I have seen quite a bit more run time in between charges as I'm just recycling a portion of the energy back and forth. I have found that it seems to always work best in an inductive load. Personally, I never was able to see an special spikes out of the ordinary entering the system. But I have a couple full size 8 watt LED house bulbs that I have been running off of switching 18650 batteries. What works best for me to get light from it while conserving the energy for recycle, is to oscillate THROUGH a center tapped primary of a transformer. I am then using the high voltage off the secondary that is actually lighting these bulbs on only about 1.5 watt to full brightness. No modification to the bulbs. Just screwed into a socked and wired up. I just made a very amateur inverter circuit for the oscillation. I just manually switch the batteries when needed. I think it works fantastic and I get a ton more run time. But I've seen others saying it sucks for them.

Here was a kind of crappy made video i did from 13 years ago when I was playing with it. I never expected to charge up a car battery with 9v, I was just playing with it all. But here is one.
https://youtu.be/KFy52jgRrc4

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #61 on: April 22, 2022, 07:17:05 AM »
But, I don't believe from my many tests, that these batteries will charge themselves. I read somewhere if you could switch it at over 10khz it would. I never tried that. But honestly, I think the free energy isn't coming from this. This simply allows us to recycle a portion of the original energy. The free energy comes from the work done by a motor using this system to run. Now adding the recycled energy to energy we generate from that motors work? That's the real question in my opinion.

Offline tonygiang

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #62 on: April 22, 2022, 02:17:50 PM »
Hi all and Captainpecan !

Its schema this correct so?

Tonygiang

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #63 on: April 22, 2022, 09:47:09 PM »
You just become my new idol

Offline captainpecan

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #64 on: April 23, 2022, 12:40:37 AM »
Hi all and Captainpecan !

Its schema this correct so?

Tonygiang
Yes, but that is just what I made so I could learn the idea of the system that I showed in that video. It does not switch batteries around. I did it manually then. It was just an old test, but it does in fact work. Not a bunch of free energy but it does in fact recycle energy back and forth while charging another battery.

The concept is what is really being discussed. Hooking series batteries in parallel with parallel batteries and running the load off the difference between them.
There are many ways to use it. I'll post the first one I found long ago from Ronald Brandt.

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #65 on: April 23, 2022, 05:48:18 AM »
Hi captainpecan !
Oh ,yes ! Thank you verymuch !

Offline AlienGrey

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #66 on: April 23, 2022, 04:27:55 PM »
Doesn't this device use 4 or 5 12volt car batteries ? are you an owner of lead acid battery company ?

instead uf using 400 quids worth of battery's why not use the later circuit and charge up Caps
and use only one battery ? I might have a pcb lay out for that one.

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Offline captainpecan

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #67 on: April 23, 2022, 07:31:16 PM »
I use 18650 lithium batteries.  Lead acid works well with this, and is why most use them. In fact many years ago, Stefan commented on a video of mine saying exactly that. I have a ton of 18650 cells that I recycled from dead laptop batteries. So I have nothing in the batteries. Local battery shop gave them to me as bad batteries but almost all had 8 or more cells and only 1 bad in each.
I have however had some 18650 cells just all the sudden register 0v. But I can't say it's the circuit or not doing it because I'm using recycled batteries anyway. Gel cell seems to not work well in the long run. Guess they can't handle it?

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #68 on: April 23, 2022, 08:18:16 PM »
I wish that I could be like you

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #69 on: April 24, 2022, 04:08:05 AM »
Update:


So I moved on to the "plasma" cell/battery that Peenie Wallie talks about in one of his videos.


I'm not sure why the saltwater turned aqua-blue-ish?

Offline MagnaProp

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #70 on: April 24, 2022, 10:49:10 AM »
I have no idea why the water turned blue but it's good to see that work is continuing here.

What did Nikola tesla use for diodes in his day? The Ronald Brandt circuit and lots of others shows diodes but it just got me thinking of what Nikola would have used?

Offline captainpecan

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #71 on: April 25, 2022, 08:26:03 AM »
I have no idea why the water turned blue but it's good to see that work is continuing here.

What did Nikola tesla use for diodes in his day? The Ronald Brandt circuit and lots of others shows diodes but it just got me thinking of what Nikola would have used?
That's a good question. I'm not really even sure Nikola Tesla was ever involved in this circuit or if it just inherited his name. All I have to go on is the very little out there to read about it.
But, the diode was invented in 1904, so he did have access to them. He also probably used vacuum tubes. But, as far as if he actually worked with this circuitry concept, he probably would have just used contacts for switches. The diodes are not needed for it to work. Just makes its easier for switching and to help make sure you don't short out a battery. But if the diode wasn't used, just a series to parallel switch system would do it. The potential difference it runs on will be going only one way anyway. From higher voltage to lower voltage source. Just thoughts. Back many years ago when I was playing with this, some of us where just using the shaft of the motor we were running to turn discs that made the contacts switching the batteries the ran the motor to begin with. Would get pretty sparky. I played with all kinds of things trying to snag extra energy from all that. I was never successful, but it sire did recycle a portion to use over and over. In a way, that is technically free energy since it was being thrown away before. But I didn't match some of the great claims. For me, it was just a great way to get more run time.

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #72 on: April 25, 2022, 08:40:16 AM »
I'm not sure why the saltwater turned aqua-blue-ish?

Maybe you accidentally electrocuted and melted a smurf while you were sleeping!!! Lol...


On a serious note, since I am unfamiliar with your battery, I did a bit of hunting to learn more. And I found one that changes colors as it charges. This one says it literally charges in seconds also. That sounds pretty damn interesting. Could your color be the same effect?
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/190596/non-toxic-salt-water-battery-prototype-charge/amp/

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #73 on: April 25, 2022, 05:43:56 PM »
Update:


I'm using a 12v Deep Cycle Marine/RV Battery.


I used 15 ounces of epsom salt per 1 gallon of distilled water.
Dissolved epsom salt over the stove, used a small pan then mixed back with the rest of the gallon used.
So in my case I'm using 3 gallons of distilled water and 45 ounces of epsom salt. Copper plate goes to (+) and aluminum goes (-). Wait for (a few days?) the settlement at the bottom creating a layer. Scoop out the saltwater from top, the bottom layer should be your "plasma fuel".


This is what I understand and what I'm doing, hopefully it works.


Thanks


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Offline e2matrix

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Re: Free energy as simple as it gets
« Reply #74 on: April 25, 2022, 07:21:21 PM »
Update:


So I moved on to the "plasma" cell/battery that Peenie Wallie talks about in one of his videos.


I'm not sure why the saltwater turned aqua-blue-ish?


Likely Copper Chloride which is aqua / bluish since you have copper and sodium chloride (salt) in there.