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Author Topic: Could this be how a TPU works?  (Read 17232 times)

Offline ForeverBlissed

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Could this be how a TPU works?
« on: August 20, 2007, 12:01:45 AM »
Watched Mehmet's video (see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LlOP2LD-IpI) and read his website data...  got me to thinking.

Could this be how the TPU works?

See diagram attached.

« Last Edit: August 20, 2007, 01:56:40 AM by ForeverBlissed »

Offline Omega_0

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2007, 01:09:28 AM »
The diagrams says nothing really.
Can you explain in words?

Offline ForeverBlissed

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2007, 01:54:27 AM »
The diagrams says nothing really.
Can you explain in words?


This drawing is in response to what he says in the video.

My question is does a TPU use "Back EMF" similar to what he discusses in this video from it's coils and then 'spread it out' over time... 

In other words... delay each coil kick a few milliseconds and the combined 'kicks' from those coils then produce current.

FB


Offline innovation_station

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #3 on: August 20, 2007, 04:16:44 AM »
well it sure does fit with the cannon theory sm posted if the controls were each a cannon

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #4 on: August 20, 2007, 07:10:37 AM »
I have been reading that the TPU can get its power from either back emf or scalar wave interaction. Which one is it? To build a better TPU it depends on if we use coils that favor back emf or scalar waves. We are going to have to figure what the TPU uses.

When SM was talking about a cannon and saying how multiple shots of the cannon on the ball increases its speed. Well after reading about some research posted http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,3068.0.html about a hungarian scientist who found out that when electromagnet waves combine (scalar wave included; assumed) they would square there power (quadrupled and not double).

I you look http://jlnlabs.imars.com/spgen/index.htm that scalar have an intial peek (kick) followed by soliton (seeds). Relying on the scientific paper about wave combination when a kick hits a soliton seed its power is quadrupled. Since scalar waves were obscure and still are to a degree SM might of been thinking that the side effects of scalar waves like electrons acting like a gas moving at a super conductive speed. Tesla also had the type of electron gas on his Tesla coils (*burn*). Wow I just made that Tesla connection when I was writing this post another one for SCALAR WAVES being the source of power. The other phenomonoms like a the shaking of the toriod might just be scalar wave interacting with you hands. I have felt a viberating sensation when I hooked up my tesla coil primary to a bifilar type coil that produces scalar waves.

I will be righting new thread talking about how this TPU is a scalar technology

Stallman

ps. Try to prove me wrong. I want to see the flaws in my theory so I can resolve them or discard it if it doesn't even come close to working. I think I am right though.
Wow I just came up with a lot of connections

Offline ForeverBlissed

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #5 on: August 20, 2007, 07:18:21 AM »
Would you be so kind as to explain what a 'scaler wave' is?

I know about 'kicks' and I know about coils and I know what waves are...

What kind of attributes make a wave 'scaler' or not.

Tkx

FB

Offline stallman

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #6 on: August 20, 2007, 07:37:49 AM »
YOU DON"T KNOW WHAT SCALAR WAVES ARE?

No problem. They are hard to research because Tesla was the man who discovered them and scientist didn't like him then or now. It took me a while to learn what they are. I am still discovering what they are. I have a good knowledge of them built up though. Look at my post near the bottom of this thread http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,3068.0.html it will give you extra info. Another thing you should do is download the Peter Lindemann Movies use uttorent or you can buy him from his website.

Scalar waves are like sound waves of electron that travel faster than light. Tesla spark gap that drove his Tesla coils would spit out electrons that would sting Tesla face even through insulator shields. All metal objects in his lab would spark as if the were being electrified. Scalar wave are wave that are changed through frequency and power. I am not doing the best job explaining what they are but they are the key to the EV Gray circuit, Tesla Magnifying transmitter, Morays Radio active/ Radiant power generator, and many more.

I really think that the power is created by scalar waves merging and growing exponential.

Look at my previous post and do some research on scalar wave. I am horrible at explaining them and many websites especially the movie by Peter Lindemann gives you tons of basic info.

Stallman

Ps PM if you have any idea or post.

Offline Nostradamus2

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #7 on: August 20, 2007, 08:53:42 AM »
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« Last Edit: November 14, 2007, 03:21:53 PM by Nostradamus2 »

Offline ForeverBlissed

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #8 on: August 20, 2007, 08:58:47 AM »
Scalar waves  :D It's a pseudoscience http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scalar_field_theory_(pseudoscience).
There is not such thing. And TPU didn't use this in any way.


Since you are so sure it didn't use it, would you kindly explain what it DID use?

Tkx.

FB

Offline stallman

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #9 on: August 21, 2007, 04:31:42 AM »
@Nostradamus2

Wikipedia isn't really relable for science that most people don't know or get or like. Tesla work was almost 100 percent based on scalar waves. Scalar waves as he described many time acted like an incompressible gas that traveled faster than light. They are real. How do you think Tesla coils work. Do more research about them. Go to look at Tesla work. For someone intrested in OU devices your pretty closed minded for theories that apply to them.

Check out EV GRAY, and the Whimsurt machine. They all used scalar waves.

Stallman

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #10 on: August 21, 2007, 06:03:07 AM »
Yeah Scalar is real, it can change things in "the matrix", whoever thought that an
  aluminum bar, at room temp, can be made to quiver like jello

http://www.hutchisoneffectonline.com/

Be wary of these fields, you can alter the virtual particle flux in ways deemed
  undesireable (VPF is a Tom Beardon term defining this REAL matrix we exist in)

This site contains a few points which should be noted http://bob-dratch.org/#Part1

Offline acerzw

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #11 on: August 21, 2007, 06:49:40 AM »
Thats pretty scary stuff. Isn't the TPU supposed to use soliton waves too?

Offline stallman

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #12 on: August 21, 2007, 07:43:16 AM »
I have been steering people into to thinking that the TPU uses scalar waves. I think they do but I would feel better if BOB BOYCE would give some of his input. I have just read "All about phase" thread and read at what bob boyce was doing. He was talking about hitting pulses in phase. After reading the Hungarians scientist report about combining microwaves in perfect phase and getting OU. I believe that the TPU has a scalar component.

1. Fast rise times and fall times.

2. Scalar Waves (kicks) followed solitons (seeds).

3. What feels like vibration at 7.xx hz (scalar waves make your hands tingle)

The problem is that I haven't been able to test my thoughts. I will get access to a lab in a month or so. I will hopefully contribute a lot of test results to this group.

Offline EMdevices

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #13 on: August 21, 2007, 04:55:06 PM »
Hopefully this will help , if not confuse some more  :)

A distortion in the fabric of space, aether, or whatever we want to call empty space,  is called a field.  

Early on in the discovery of electrostatic/magnetic attractions, it was apparent that two objects exerted forces on each other AT A DISTANCE.

Well, they didn't like this concept of ACTION AT A DISTANCE, and this distortion, or field concept was proposed as more intuitive.

Now,  There are two categories of fields.

1)  VECTOR FIELDS     (e.g.  electric, magnetic, gavitic, flow, strain, stress,etc.)

2)  SCALAR FIELDS    (e.g. temperature)

What is the difference?

With vector fields, at any point in space we can assign a 1) VALUE or MAGNITUDE, and 2) a DIRECTION.

Scalar fields only have the first part, A VALUE.   For example, Temperature in a room has only a value at a particular point, we can't say it has any direction,  however, heat FLOW, is a VECTOR field, and at a particular point in the room heat flows in a particular DIRECTION.

Now, with pretty much any scalar field there can be associated a VECTOR field.   Pressure distribution in a 3D space is a SCALR field, but variations of pressure can be expressed as the GRADIENT of that SCALAR field, and it's now becomes a VECTOR field, since, once again, a DIRECTION is now associated with it  (this is called taking the GRADIENT of the scalar field).

Anyway,  That's what the scientific comunity understands by scalar fields, it's not something bogus.

So, can there be scalar fields in electromagnetic theory?

Well, charge density is a scalar field,  does charge (an electron) have a direction?  No, so a charge distribution in a wire in space (charged air) is a scalar field.

Now, if there are fields, there must be waves.   So can there be waves supported by VECTOR fields, yes  EM waves, 

Can there be SCALAR waves?  well, yes and no, you need a SCALAR field alongside a VECTOR field.  

For example:  AUDIO waves are due to SCALAR pressure field distributions, and the VECTOR field of air flow due to that SCALAR field.  They go hand in hand.  So in a sense you do have a SCALAR wave that has moved, but we need to understand what's involved.

EM

« Last Edit: August 21, 2007, 10:26:03 PM by EMdevices »

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Re: Could this be how a TPU works?
« Reply #14 on: August 21, 2007, 08:53:07 PM »
I understand what you are saying (I think). It all depends on the perspective and what you are measuring.

The problem with scalar technology is that it is hard to find info on it. In a month I will be getting access to a lab where I will conduct many scalar and TPU tests. I will of course post the results.

Stallman