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Is this all a fake and a waste of time? -- a common question.
« Reply #30 on: July 18, 2007, 03:39:55 AM »
This is in response to a PM which reflects the feeling of a lot of people ? Is this all a fake and a waste of time?


Is there something really out there to be discovered ? yes. No question. We really don?t know everything yet!


A side note before I continue  --------------------------------------------------------------------
I think this area is full of people who desperately want to believe. Most of the time they are honest but delude themselves into believing far more than they should. A few become dishonest ? and they get noticed the most.

Unbounded optimism and belief are fine ? in fact they are great motivators!  However, in equal measure, they require honesty and respect, for others and yourself. You must be aware not to create unreasonably false hopes. Regrettably the whole history of ?Free energy? is littered with people who allowed their desires and passion to delude themselves and then others into false belief. Most of the time this leads to disappointment and a feeling of betrayal as time goes on and magical results do not happen. For some the temptation is too great and they slip into knowingly deceiving themselves and others into something that is not true. They then get cast in the same light as the rare con artist that deliberately preys on others.

Don?t think scientists are beyond this behavior ? even in peer reviewed journals overzealous enthusiasm leads to distortion, and sometimes outright fraud. A case in point is the charge of an electron. This was first determined in the famous Robert Millikan and Harvey Fletcher's oil-drop experiment in 1909. The exact electron charge has been refined ever since then with better and better experiments. If you plotted the published results you would expect to see a random distribution of figures that get closer to the true value with time? you don?t. What you see is the published values start with Millikan and Fletchers published figure and gradually get closer to the true value. What was happening was that scientists rejected values too far away from previously published results and biased their own data ? a very unscientific, by very human thing to do.
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It is my opinion that the evidence for various new energy technologies is overwhelming. If you are in doubt just take some time to read the technical papers on Randal Mills Blacklight Power www.blachlightpower.com Many of Randal?s papers are published in peer review journals. Although his theories may be hotly debated I believe his core finding is well proven -- that you can drop the electron in a hydrogen atom to below the previously accepted ?zero? level. Dropping the electron to this new ?below zero? level releases lots of energy ? orders of magnitude more than chemical reactions by orders of magnitude lower than atomic fusion. This result alone ads credibility (but doesn?t make them all true) to all of the water based energy technologies.

Things I have seen that add credibility to TPU class of device?

I visited a group in Mexico last year. They have some very advanced technology which is a result of over 20 years research and a lot of funding  ? I saw demonstrations that were very impressive. They have got to the stage of miniaturizing their devices such that 400w power can be delivered from a 3mm cube device ? small enough to mount in a 8 pin dip package.  I can?t tell you if it was real or fake as I didn?t get the opportunity to test it myself. It appears to have all of the characteristics, artifacts, failure modes and inspirations as SM TPU. They are not the same but they appear to share many common characteristics.

Marcus Hollingshead appeared to have something also ? I also noticed a lot of consistency in everything Marcus reported.

And then there is all of the hydrogen work ? Stanley Meyers and Bob Boyce are amongst prominent ones here. Again I am impressed by not just their reported results but by lots of little things that suggest they have the right ingredients for novel effects to exhibit themselves.

I chose to mention the above devices because I think they all have a common mechanism at work. Put it all together and there is something worth investigating? and I think I have a conceptual framework that shows simply why all of the technologies may work. However a conceptual framework is a long way from engineering   -- eg. E=mc^2 is a brilliant concept but doesn?t tell you how to engineer atomic energy devices!

Initially I dismissed SM TPU as a fake or at least a distortion of fact. However the hints from various people make me think there is something real here ? pulse signals at three different periods, 3 drive coils, DC bias, the 1x and 2x components (plus others)? all of these things make sense. I think I know why they would be *required* in a device that taps spin energy of electrons. What I don?t know is how much truth or fabrication there is to any of the reports of success from anyone at present?. With all due respect there isn?t any really rigorously credible evidence from anyone.

As I said previously ? I was also seduced several times into attempts to copy reported devices ? and failed. I am not interested in this. The way forward is to come up with reasonable theories that are testable and could explain the devices? and then to methodically explore them. At the very least this will result in new understanding and discoveries ? the hope is that it will lead also to breakthrough new technologies.

Cheers

Mark Snoswell.
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« Reply #31 on: July 18, 2007, 04:20:40 AM »
@tao and @z_p_e
I agree with the sentiment and direction of this stuff but not the explanation. As stated it conflicts, or at least overlooks, a number of well established principals. I believe I have a better explanation which is what I will be covering in my next "lecutre" on collective electrodynamics.

@tao
SM "circuit potential" -- yeas, DC bias I think.

@motorcoach1
I cant help with requests like this -- no time. Please go to my web site www.cgsociety.com -- thats where all the worlds aspiring and professional 3D artstis hang out. It's free to join and you can look for people to help you there.

@earl
You read my mind and saved me a post with the most of that :)
I agree with everything with one exception -- I think the output power will apear in the AC component predominantly -- there may be a DC drift, and I would love to find that it's possible to drive significant power as DC current, but I expect that the power will be in the AC component in most designs.
Oh -- and I believe the static CD Bias will only have an effect on the collector. It is not applied to the drive (control) coils.

@BEP
Good to see you here -- did you see the latest PM from me?
Yes -- you are right electrostatic and megnetostatic potentials are the correct terms -- and theoretically both can be equally effective. It's just a matter of which one is practical to apply in a particular device. my upconmming 'lecture' on collective electrodynamics will hilight that both are effective.

@Bob Boyce
You get your own whole reply as soon as I have written it up :)
PS -- did you get the PM I sent you?

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Re: Spinor resonance -- explanation for TPU like devices
« Reply #32 on: July 18, 2007, 04:36:50 AM »
How would you apply a DC bias to JUST the collector?  Isn't it wound around the entire toroid?  I think I'm misunderstanding something...

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Re: Spinor resonance -- explanation for TPU like devices
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Re: Spinor resonance -- explanation for TPU like devices
« Reply #33 on: July 18, 2007, 05:14:33 AM »
@Motorcoach1

Email what you have with as much detail as possible including what kind of fab is required. I'll make it up in Acad so a shop can make use of it with CNC or whatever.
Hand sketches, notes, dimensions - whatever.

PM me if you don't see my email.

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Re: Spinor resonance -- explanation for TPU like devices
« Reply #34 on: July 18, 2007, 07:29:40 AM »
It was great to see you mention the open ended primaries. ...
You are 100% correct in that the higher the DC bias potential, the greater the energy gain possible.

Have you tried spinor resonance modeling with the use of x, 2x, 4x phase controlled drive frequencies. I am curious about what it would predict?

It's excellent to see theory and experiment agree :) Have you plotted energy efficiency vs DC bias?

On the 1x, 2x 4x components in spinors. This is not easy -- i just spent a fruitless hour looking for an easy solution to animate -- I failed. The formulation for the basic dual spinor (dual meaning in and out wave) is rich in second and fourth order harmonics but it's construction is as a spherical quaternion rotation... while I can marvel at the similarities and render the pure spinor the exact connection of math?s to engineering is not clear to me. It's one of those cases where experimentation is going to lead theory for now. At best I could do some analysis and suggest ratios of amplitudes for the harmonics which might increace efficency -- but when your hitting everything with big sharp pulses fine tuning of relative drive amplitudes may be too sublte to measure an effect from. However it is worth noting that I think that there is merit in testing different amplitudes for the different harmonic components.

Another huge complication is that charge is a spinor it's self -- so to really understand things we need to ask what does a coherent spinor wave front (voltage pulse wave front) look like? ... and what will happen if we superimpose several of these with different periods? ...

However (if that's not difficult enough) that?s still not the *real* question. If you think about just the superposition of wave fronts you are missing the point -- the wave fronts could have come from any period pulse train, but we know that interesting things only happen when the pulse trains are in a particular harmonic ratio. This fact alone tells us that we need to look at the collective behavior over a full wavelength ? which leads us to the realization that we are not going to see anything interesting at all unless the electrons (or at least a good percentage of them) over a full wavelength act collectively? which leads directly into what I wanted to say about collective electrodynamics ? next post.

Cheers

Mark.

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Spinor resonance_further generic TPUs
« Reply #35 on: July 18, 2007, 03:36:43 PM »
Hi All,

here are some more generic TPUs, including new thoughts on electrostatic bias and mangetostatic bias.

I believe we now understand the pieces of the puzzle and the next thing to do is for each to put the pieces together according to their own intuition.  My soldering iron and SMD iron arrived today so slowly I am entering build mode.

@All
the race is now on to be the first.  Go for it.

@BEP, thanks for being so observant.  Magnetostatic Bias has now been added.

Regards, Earl

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Re: Spinor resonance -- explanation for TPU like devices
« Reply #36 on: July 18, 2007, 04:57:02 PM »
Mark,

this fits in with your thread here.

Take a look at this webpage put out by NIST.gov

http://www.nist.gov/public_affairs/techbeat/tb2006_0831.htm


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Researchers have figured out how nanoscale microwave transmitters gain greater signal power than the sum of their parts...

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Collective Electrodynamics
« Reply #37 on: July 18, 2007, 05:00:24 PM »
Collective Electrodynamics. What is it and why is it important?

Compared to an individual electron we live on a big scale. Electrical devices that make useful amounts of power or do useful work on our scale are big. This really doesn?t matter if we are pushing bulk electric currents around ? that?s akin to pumping oil through hydraulic pipes. It?s a bulk thermodynamic process; it?s simple; it?s brutish; it?s reliable and serves us well? but we want to work smarter now. We want to design fancy things like room temperature superconductors and devices that tap electron spin energy. These are not bulk thermodynamic process ? these are things that require precise control of the behavior of electrons.  The problem is how to make all the free electrons in a big device behave as one controllable collective.  The answer is to apply a large EM bias ? the bigger the better . Large electrostatic and/or magnetostatic potentials. To put it another way: working near equilibrium if for dumb thermodynamic processes, to work smarter you need to get away from equilibrium ? the further the better.

And now to explain what that means?
Collective Electrodynamics is a phrase made famous by one of the world?s foremost physicists, Carver Mead. In his book Collective Electrodynamics Mead elegantly describes how electrons behave collectively as one to give rise to some of the most startling devices such as superconductors. Mead then goes on to explain that given devices such as superconductors and lasers we would have formulated the science of electromagnetism in a far simpler and more elegant manner that the current mess we have inherited.
I am not going to regurgitate the truly excellent work Carver Mead documents in his book ? you should all read the first chapter at least ? it?s freely available on line here http://www.pnas.org/cgi/reprint/94/12/6013.pdf and you should really buy his book and study it. It is a true inspiration and a revelation.

What I am going to add that is new is the idea that electrons can be made to progressively behave more collectively by application of electromagnetic bias ? that is by raising the absolute electrostatic and magnetostatic potential of a system you raise its collective behavior.
This is a new concept that I want to establish before we collectively (pun intended) fall into a narrow intuition from just one example ? superconductors. Most people have heard of superconductors ? most people also know that the onset of super conduction happens over a fairly narrow (low) temperature range for any given superconductor material. This has already led to the intuition that the collective behavior of electrons is an all or nothing thing ? you either have superconduction or you don?t. There is also an intuition that these sorts of macroscopic quantum effects don?t happen on a big scale at room temperature ? wrong!... every one reading this now is sitting with arms reach of a pretty large quantum device ? the Giant Magneto Resistance head in your hard disk drive. This is something that relies on the quantum interaction of electron spin and magnetism on a giant scale ? thus the name GMR ? Giant Magneto Resistance.

Now ? I propose that here is a lot of energy we can get from the spin of fermions ? electrons in particular. The practical question is how do we control and tap the spin of an electron? (1) Without being specific, or even having to know exactly how we can deduce how many independent degrees of freedom this would require ? 3. So if this is right we just need to control say the charge gradient, the magnetic gradient and acceleration of an electron ? three things. Right? but even if I am right we aren?t going to do much useful work with the energy from the spin of one electron ? even from a device that could process lots of electrons really fast. Ideally we want a technology that could control and tap spin energy from all the free electrons in a conductor ? where the direct result would be electric current to drive all of our familiar machines.
(1) Randal Mills Blacklight power process has already demonstrated that we can tap electron spin energy by dropping the electron in a hydrogen atom below its ?ground? state. The problem is that the Blacklight process takes place in a hot plasma where energy extraction is difficult.
OK ? now our problem is that we have to control three independent parameters and have untold billions (many more than that actually) of electrons all doing the same thing at the same time. The problem is that they wont ? electrons (spherical spinor waves) are slippery little things. Their spin is in all three dimentions at the same time and unless you bring al three degrees of independent control to bear on one electron at one time then it will just move energy from one axis to another ? inducing a neighboring spinor (electron or proton) to shift it?s spin energies to the other axis so that everything averages out.
It?s just like a ferromagnetic material with no net magnetic field externally ? internally it has just as many magnetic domains (I am speaking generally here) as in it?s fully magnetized state but half of them are opposing the other half and we don?t detect any net external magnetic field.
We need a way to input three (or however many) independent controls into a common region (wire) and have all of the free electrons behave as one collective whole. A way to do this is to raise the electromagnetic potential ? get it as far away from equilibrium as possible. You do this with static electric or magnetic potential.

Let me pause here and give a simple analogy that may help visualize what I mean. Imagine a 6 foot beach ball. Someone has told you (correctly) that if three of you stand 120 degrees apart around it and you punch it in sequence than it will orbit in a circle ? a perfect analogy for 3 phase EM devices. Lets imaging that the air pressure is like voltage.
What happens when you try punching the ball in sequence if the ball is at equilibrium with the surrounding air pressure ? nothing probably. Without any pressure the ball is flabby ? you can punch it all you like, as fast as you like for as long as you like and nothing much will happen. You can put a lot of energy into your punches but the problem is that the ball is too floppy and the air inside just moves around without any effect.
Now you put a little pressure into the ball ? it starts to respond to your punches. It wobbles and you find that if you time the punches just right that all three of you may be able to get it orbiting. This is better but not perfect yet.
So now you pump the pressure up a lot ? to almost bursting point. The ball is so stiff now that it behaves as one solid ball? the air inside is now behaving as one collective thing.

The same thing happens with electrons. You can progressively push a system into collective behavior by increasing the pressure ? by moving it away from equilibrium. This allows you to then apply different controls (inputs) to different points and have the effects combine within the collective whole. Now you can finally try to rotate the collective set of electrons in three directions at once ? which will increase or decrease the overall spin. Without the static bias all that will happen is that electrons in different parts of the device will move in different ways ? you may get some interesting effects as the intervening electrons blend the different inputs but you won?t get the effects combining in any one electron.

In case any of you are skeptical that electrons can be made to behave collectively under normal potential or magnetic fields just stop and consider an inductor. The inductance of a coil is proportional to the square of the number of turns. If two turns gives 1x units of inductance then doubling the turns will give rise to 4x units of inductance. This is due to the collective behavior of electrons in the inductor. But, I hear the engineers scream, the nonlinear inductance to turns ratio is due to the electrons being all affected by the magnetic field they are creating ? not collective behavior. That explanation is just hiding real understanding ? a field is not anything real it?s just a mathematical construct. We want to look deeper into the actual mechanism of the electrons in the inductor interacting with one another. OK the engineers say ? if you want to be that basic then electrons interact one-one via exchange of photons. AH ? and there in lies the problem. If the only sort of interaction that was possible was a one-one exchange of photons then a nonlinear relationship of turns to inductance could never arise. The fact is that electrons in an inductor are acting ever more collectively as you increase the turns and the shared magnetic field generated when current is applied.

So ? does that mean that we could potentially make a room temperature superconductor by raising the static potential high enough ? in principal yes. It also implies that we could raise the Tc of superconductors by operating them at high static potential.

So what does this mean for TPU style devices ? in these you have three inputs at a fundamental and two higher harmonics (or some arbitrary higher frequencies). If there is any chance of these three inputs combining to activate one effect then the electrons with a full fundamental wavelength must be made to behave collectively. Rather than relying on the signals themselves to raise the voltage in just the right way, time and places it?s far more reliable to just raise the static potential of the part of the device where the waves are combining ? this may be the collector and /or the whole arrangement of drive and collector coils. A combination of electrostatic and magnetostatic biases may work best ? or a high gradient of one or both. The exact, best and safest conditions need to be determined experimentally. The only certain thing is that to reliably see interesting effects you should have as large a static bias potentials, and as many as you can apply.

Sigh ? late again and too much caffeine to keep going. I?ll have to get back to ?work? for a rest ;)

There are more supportive arguments progressively increasing collective behavior of electrons as static bias is increased but I hope the preceding explanation is sufficient for readers to grasp the principal. I actually realized the principal in practice as I was adding magnetic rollers to a device I made ? which I should video one day as it is an excellent example of the conservation of momentum in an orbital system ? something I have never seen before. Anyway ? the point is that the transition to collective behavior in normal electromagnetic systems we deal with is very real ? it?s not just theory.

Sorry for the absence of pretty pictures and animations ? they take a long time to prepare and I didn?t have any on hand for this topic.

Cheers

Mark Snoswell.

Oh ? in case any of you really get this and are now wondering if that by controlling the spin of electrons we could control their mass the answer is yes ? and much more. This is the gateway to coupling of EM and gravity ? or in more rigorous terms coupling the two fundamental classes of space-time distortion: torsion and curvature. It?s all about control ? not brute energy.

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Re: Spinor resonance -- explanation for TPU like devices
« Reply #38 on: July 18, 2007, 05:16:59 PM »
Take a look at this webpage put out by NIST.gov
http://www.nist.gov/public_affairs/techbeat/tb2006_0831.htm
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Researchers have figured out how nanoscale microwave transmitters gain greater signal power than the sum of their parts...

Bloody briliant! ... LOL -- that is so timeley given the post I just made. Wow -- thanks for that, I hadn't seen that one before.

I could be wrong -- but it really feels like a lot of things are coming together just now.

cheers

mark.

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Re: Spinor resonance -- explanation for TPU like devices
« Reply #39 on: July 18, 2007, 06:56:35 PM »
Excellent lecture, Mr. Snoswell!  I think I'm beginning to grasp this whole concept.  I'm thinking of winding one super long coil around the entire length of the toroid, and combining magnets in some way.  This is brilliant!  Thank you so much for explaining this to us!  I guess I should head down to the basement and start workin' eh?  The oscilloscope that Mr. Mag gave me should be here sometime this week or next week, then I can really start testing once I get the square wave generators ready.  Wish me luck!

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Re: Spinor resonance -- explanation for TPU like devices
« Reply #40 on: July 18, 2007, 06:59:12 PM »
 If i'm reading right there is a greater acoustic coupling if the electrons are spun into the mag feild rather than forced harmonicly , even though you need the harmonics to gather the crop sorta say then aling them in the spin ,through the spin. would that elongate the feild and travel of the photon ? if it does then all in  the electron feild would try to be grabbing each others nutron causeing chaos. mmmmm   maybe thats whats needed (stripping effect)

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Re: Spinor resonance -- explanation for TPU like devices
« Reply #41 on: July 18, 2007, 10:28:36 PM »
Hello Mark

Thanks for starting this topic (and this theory)  this is top notch,  The theory
 plus an excellent visual reference makes this thread a most fascinating read.
 looking forward to working with this material.

@M.C. do you see any similarity between Marks work and Esa Manu? 

http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,2169.0.html

Concerning the motor design you mention, I could make a 3d model of it for
  you as a visual reference but no cad mods for cnc though  :'(

Much appreciated
Dirt
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« Reply #42 on: July 18, 2007, 11:35:08 PM »
Mark,

this fits in with your thread here.

Take a look at this webpage put out by NIST.gov

http://www.nist.gov/public_affairs/techbeat/tb2006_0831.htm


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Researchers have figured out how nanoscale microwave transmitters gain greater signal power than the sum of their parts...

EM

Good one!

Before fancy electronics multi-generator standby systems would be synchronized and paralleled by using a process called ?Dead Field Paralleling?. They would start both engines with the voltage regulators turned off, close one to the bus and then the other.
When the engine RPMs locked in together and ground current subsided they were equalized and locked. With the regulators off the generators only had residual magnetic strength in their rotors.

At that point both regulators were turned on at the same time and the engines would alternately surge a bit until voltage was stabilized. They then ran as one.

Energies always attempt to equalize. Whether it is water in a puddle or micro-thingamabobs. This idea isn?t new to me BUT the total output when combined IS.

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Re: Spinor resonance -- explanation for TPU like devices
« Reply #43 on: July 18, 2007, 11:51:40 PM »
@ Joe Dirt : It's funny you mention that , Yes Eas is studing the Photon effects and Blue cell cavities useing small Sq aluminum parts. I my self looking at the Quarts with vapoized aluminum , In the cavaty that quarts should aling and stablize. the Square alinimum cubes i feel is to critical and hard to stablize. as the spin efct starts to take place the qurats crysitiles will have time to form there natural direction so the accoustics values say in step with the harmonics. other wise there are miniture lighting bolts going on inside the cavity and that starts another reaction that has to be delt with.      As for my motor I will start a thred soon and all people  will be welcome. this will be a team effort , this is my sole design and people that that flame any one will be gone.                       @ Mark , thank you for the thred . There was a new paper published last month from the university of mexico on the cube you mentioned but the great thing I read was the feed back circut had been reconed with , I do not have access the the schools arcive wich is close to outsiders but it would be  an interesting read.  by the way Esa manu has made spreat sheets on this look in his forun thread and you can down load the Exls spreat sheets . It's a very indepth study. you may find this very interesting.   

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« Reply #44 on: July 19, 2007, 09:33:12 AM »
LOL ? if we take the concept of circular static pulse fronts traveling around concentric circular paths and driving current in a central secondary to its logical conclusion we might conceive of something like this?


See the attached render for reference


A Longitudinal Wave Accelerator (LWA)
Mark Snoswell, July 2007.

As shown this consists of two circular sets of capacitor plates: a top set and a bottom set. There are vertical inductors (straight wires) connecting pairs consisting of an upper and lower capacitor plate.

The entire arrangement creates a circular transmission line for longitudinal waves.
A novel feature is a central secondary line that is placed within the transmission line in a manner that electrons will be driven in a longitudinal wave manner down the wire. Thus we may engineer a device to deliver longitudinal waves, rather than transverse waves down a conductive wire.


NOTES:

The transmission line can be excited from any point, or multiplicity of points by either voltage pulses delivered to the capacitor plates or current pulses delivered along vertical (inductive) connects.

By careful timing of pulse input points, repetition rates and offset timing we can build up any multiple of resonant waves within the circular transmission line. It should be noted that the upper half (ring) of the transmission line will carry signals 180 deg out of phase with the lower transmission line.

As depicted the resonant waves circulating in the transmission line are symmetrical from their injection point. Some sort of directional bias would be required to trigger rotational acceleration of the signals in opposite directions == thus creating a vorex of electrical and magnetic fields around the central axis. Capacitive, magnetic, and mechanical directional bias controls are all possible, although it is anticipated that the vortexing action may be self starting (albeit slowly) in the presence of the Earth?s magnetic field alone. This would lead to opposite action in southern and northern hemispheres and to orientation (horizontal and vertical) sensitivity of operation.
Of interest is the performance when driven by sets of 3 different  duration pulse trains in the harmonic ratio?s of 1:2:4, 1:2:3, 1:2:5, 1:2:7, 1:3:7 etc. Pulse timing can also be adjusted to establish 3 phase rotation of the fundamental frequency around the transmission line.
 
As the device works in a longitudinal wave mode it is expected that the Q for resonance will be greatly (10-100x more) then with conventional transverse EM resonators. This will entail extremely fine tuning for efficient operation and may make it difficult to find and stably hold resonance.
 
At resonance the device is also expected to generate extremely high potentials between capacitive elements in the transmission line. Care will need to be taken to avoid destructive breakdown between the plates and the plates and the secondary.

Protective measures could include:

Encapsulating everything an a dielectric ? this will also increase the capacitance of the transmission line and could assist in tuning and increasing power densities;

Operating in a vacuum;

Tuning slightly off resonance;

Introducing resistance into the transmission line ? this should either be linear resistance or non linear resistance to clip peak power levels.


OUTPUT:

The output would be sinusoidal AC on top of a DC bias ? the voltage would swing from ground up to a maximum. The AC component will be very high frequency and could be easily filtered out. For ease of matching to conventional electrical devices the device can be modulated with toroidal (or axial) magnetic field at the line frequency (50 or 60 Hz). As this is a magnetostaic (not inductive) modulation signal it can be efficiently delivered by a resonant circuit.

DC biasing of the secondary coil is also desirable to enhance the effects. This is easily achieved by taking the output through an isolation transformer and floating the LWA secondary to a high absolute voltage. Aa isolation transformer is highly recommended as it will (with proper design) filter out the HF AC component and also convert the longitudinal EM wave into normal transverse current that current electrical appliances are designed to work with.



Enough fun? I think you should get the idea by now and see just how this might work. I wonder if it really is all that simple? ? Damn, something else I have to add to my ever growing list of things to test ;)


BEP ? what do you recon ? worthy idea? ? worth someone testing?

Cheers

Mark.



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