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Title: Combined Electrical and Mechanical Resonate Device
Post by: Lunkster on August 29, 2022, 11:49:55 PM
Combined Electrical and Mechanical Resonate Device

Tesla invented the electrical resonate Tank Circuit.
A tuning fork is a mechanical resonate device.

The drawing is a device uses the efficiency of the tank circuit and mechanically
connect it to a large tuning fork.  The tank circuit can easily be tuned
to the frequency of the tuning fork by adjusting the capacitance
value in the tank circuit.  This should keep the tuning fork in oscillation.

This device can be placed in the base area of a tube like the kind
used to build musical instrument's.  This will focus the noise into
the receiver device.

The receiver device can be similar to a large speaker.  This then converts
the noise signal into a signal to drive the tank circuit.

If less energy is needed to drive the tank circuit than what is received at
the output circuit,  I can not tell you where the extra energy is coming from.
So current physics will not allow this system to work.

But I still am having a hard time knowing where all the electrons come from
in a hydro-electric power plant.

Lunkster
Title: Re: Combined Electrical and Mechanical Resonate Device
Post by: aleks on August 30, 2022, 12:34:52 AM
Oh wow, this is close to my "acoustic feedback system". https://overunity.com/18732/acoustical-feedback-energy-system/ (https://overunity.com/18732/acoustical-feedback-energy-system/)


Check it out, it's a vastly more efficient variant, with a potentially good theory behind it (energy spending and generation paradox). Can be tested with just 2 opposing speakers I think.
Title: Re: Combined Electrical and Mechanical Resonate Device
Post by: aleks on August 30, 2022, 02:09:40 AM
Physics defines so called "free electrons" that are available in abundance. I'm sure it's just a "terminal concept", and physics does not offer a good theory why they are available "in abundance". They even created a "terminal concept" of "holes" to fill some electrodynamical theory gaps. A bit hilarious if you ask me.