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Author Topic: Tesla air circuit  (Read 795 times)

Offline jonfrommanahawkin1

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Tesla air circuit
« on: August 24, 2022, 10:29:51 PM »
Hello fellow dreamers

I was experimenting with the Tesla air circuit, then I read through some of the comments on another man's experiment.
In the comments I had seen someone using a bridge rectifier to gain similar results

Also I do not feel at this point with the experiment one could run one's home on this amount of current however over the summer I extracted enough energy from ambient EMF to running LED for most of the day

I have not separated every variable and I am experimenting with different wavelengths but the simplest antenna is an oak tree

My hypothesis is that the moisture inside the tree is used as the medium to collect the ambient EMF because as the temperature drops so then too does the current.

I believe the moisture in the tree is moving less freely as the temperature drops and collecting less ambient EMF

To duplicate this experiment the simplest way is to obtain a bridge rectifier or build one with diodes.

Use one leg of the AC input as the antenna and connect it to a tree.
then use the other leg of the AC input as a good ground
I used my house ground

I have not yet installed a separate ground prove I am not gaining current from my house electrical system

After that I added a dog fence, a total of three oaks and one pine

Trees do not like being in series with each other and the current will drop

 keep them in parallel with each other

I've also noticed that this circuit likes to "marinate"

Sometimes when I add new antennas or variables it takes a few hours for the gains to be seen in the voltage and current

The opposite is also true, when I remove experiments and trees it takes time for the current to drop

The newest addition to my antenna array was a bucket of water with a conductor immersed in it
 the gain was almost a quarter of a volt and one to two milliamps

Total current at peak hours with high temperature and high humidity 3v 9mah

Not much but it has potential

Ok trolls begin

Offline jonfrommanahawkin1

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Re: Tesla air circuit
« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2022, 11:37:23 PM »
If anyone is interested, it would be great is someone can duplicate and confirm my experiment?

Offline truesearch

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Re: Tesla air circuit
« Reply #2 on: September 02, 2022, 12:54:56 AM »
Jon,


IDK but I'd venture a guess that what you are collecting is the differentiation between "earth/ground" and any object "up in the air". Years ago I ran a very simple experiment with a small capacitor outdoors. I earth/grounded one leg and poking the other up in the air just a little as an antennae. After a day or two it would consistently have a small, measureable charge. . . .  free energy. . . .

I'm not taking away or belittling your work and experiment. It's impressive and actually "usable" in a small way. Rather I'm just offering a suggestion as to WHERE that energy might be coming from. . . .


truesearch

Offline jonfrommanahawkin1

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Re: Tesla air circuit
« Reply #3 on: September 02, 2022, 04:22:04 AM »
Interestingly, I used an emf detector and found different emf reading on different types of stones. When I used one on the antenna and one on the ground, I found a small voltage

I experimented with batteries in the past and theorized that it wasn't the galvanic corrosion but the election difference

Explaining a carpin battery

One of the laws of physics is entrop, or one potential wants to equal to another potential
Hight temp to low temp
High frequency to low
Positive to ground

I think putting a circuit in the way of that potential will always make a current