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Offline Liberty

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #120 on: March 09, 2006, 03:46:28 PM »
Hartiberlin,

How does an inventor make money by being an inventor and giving the information out?  How does he/she get the reward back for their efforts?

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #121 on: March 09, 2006, 09:12:56 PM »
In response to Hartiberlin:

that's pretty simple...

Am inventor makes money by being the very first able to efficiently and easily produce and manufacture his invention

or, to simply sell his patent to whoever wants top buy the rights to manfacture it

a patent doesn't protect anybody from unrestricted duplication

all a patent gives you is to make sure that you will be the one who will be the damn fool who will have to pay the attorneys to sue the countless duplicators while all the duplicators will have to do to win their case is to make a small modification to their unit so it is not 100% exactly the same as your patent, that's it, that's all

the best way in my opinion is to publish everything in the puiblic domain and by doing so it will make sure that no one will ever be able to reclaim a patent for it while you will be in full production far before anybody else

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #122 on: March 11, 2006, 08:38:48 AM »
Hi All,

I haven't been able to make any progress on my 3D autocad construction of the HOPE generator, because I don't have access to AutoCad anymore. I don't know when I will be able to find one, so I'm posting what I have. I have the core and windings done, with some wiring.

BushWacker,

I have a simple idea, thats so retarded, it might just work! While I was walking to the post office to mail my mom her birthday present, I started to think about your post that I had read. You claim that you can run "several" "4 foot" fluorescent lights for a long time, using just a 9v battery. I realized that thats a whole lot of light, coming out of a 9v battery! So, why not use solar panels to capture the light, and turn it into DC energy! You could constuct long hexagonal, or octogonal tubes of solar cells, and then drop your flourescent lights right inside of them. If you have a hexagonal tube, with each side 2in by 4ft, then you would have 4 square feet of solar panels per tube. If you had "several" fluorescent lights with hexagonal solar panel arrays around them, then couldn't you generate a lot more power than a 9v battery? The output of the solar arrays could be fed into simple resistors and transformers to make the input voltage necessary for your audio amp circuit. Therefore, you would just need the 9v battery to jump start the HOPE generator, and then let the solar cells take over. I included a simple diagram in the attached archive to aid in visualization.

This sounds like a decent idea, but there are a couple Unknowns that maybe someone could answer.
1. Do solar cells work as efficently under fluorescent light, as any other light?
2. Is the HOPE Generator lighting the fluorescent bulbs up to their full brightness?
3. Does the HOPE Generator alter the light so that a solar cell would not work as efficiently?

'HOPE' this helps out, either by allowing the loop to be closed, or by 'ruling out one more way that doesn't work'.

Best of Luck,

Jin

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #123 on: March 14, 2006, 03:21:13 PM »
Hello Jin,

    Your idea isn't dumb at all, and in fact that is very close to what I have been doing. I purchased a small 9v PVC battery charging unit that fully charges a 9v batt in approximately 3 hours time when the battery is completely drained. However I can run the fluorescent lights throughout the entire night on the 9v battery and hardly notice any loss in its charge in the morning so it only takes two hours at most to charge it back up to full capacity. The solar cell or (PVC) measures only 3.5" x 4.5" so you can see just how little power is needed to light several fluorescent lights throughout the night.

I am sending a HOPE unit to an independant researcher in B.C. since I don't believe I can trust the guy who was originally supposed to be doing the technical write-up. This new guy has no ties to me and has nothing to gain or lose by giving me false information and is simply very interested in knowing the facts.

I am now building several larger units using the AMC-1000 C-core so we'll have to see how things turn out with the new models.

Thanks for sharing the logic Jin. I'm glad to see that common sense is still valued in some places, lol.


Best Regards,

Jim

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #124 on: March 14, 2006, 03:44:34 PM »
Hello LancaIV,


     I've kept up with all the patent laws for the last 3 decades both here in the U.S.A., and International patent laws. Though there is some truth that a patent will not necessarily protect your idea from being marketed and sold by others, it will give you some exclusive rights none the less which will protect you if you plan to sell anything in the future.
There are some recent changes in the International Patent Laws that include nearly every major country and these changes are protected under the International (PACT)  act which went into effect in the year 2000 and was more recently updated in 2005.
Any International Patent will give you patent rights in the U.S., as well as all the other major countries around the globe. A patent for HOPE technologies would have cost me a base minimum of $10,000 USD here in the U.S., and probably would have gone for closer to $20,000.00 to $30,000.00 by the time all the lawyers took their cuts.
My boys and I checked around with a lot of patent attorneys and did some research and found that an international patent can be secured for a maximum of $350.00 USD. Guess which way I went?
Under the new PACT act you can now file a patent outside most major countries and by going through the patent office in Belize you can secure yourself a patent certificate for next to nothing compared to what it would likely cost you to file in your own country. All the rules are the same as well as the protection of the patent. The only difference is the money you spend to get the patent. Just be sure to ask to file a "Patent Utility Certificate" otherwise they may try to run you through some hoops to get more cash out of you, lol. Good luck LancaIV.

Cheers,

BushWacker

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #125 on: March 21, 2006, 04:09:15 AM »
Hi DeLanca,
schade, dass Du nicht mal ein Bild von Deinem Ger?t zeigen kannst, wenn es Deine Gl?hlampen
antreibt....
Wann kommt das denn mal ?

Gruss, Stefan.

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #126 on: April 24, 2006, 09:35:15 PM »
Hi LancaIV,


     I don't speak German and so I cannot understand many of the conversations lately but from what I can gather it appears that you have something together that is showing possibilities as an alternative energy technology. Would you mind sending me some diagrams and info on what you are doing if you have anything on paper? BTW, the partnership that I had formed has been suffering from extremely poor communications also. This seems to be one of the major problems in trying to form partnerships with people who live long distances from each other. I am only now able to get back to work on my HOPE R&D because one of my partners had held onto the unit for nearly 6 months and did absolutely nothing during that time. The figures he gave cannot be accurate and it turns out that he is still completely clueless about how the technology works. Anyway, if you woudn't mind sharing some information with me I am very interested to see what you've got so far. If you don't feel comfortable sharing anything at this time however I can understand also.


Best Regards,

Jim

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #127 on: April 29, 2006, 11:55:59 AM »
Hi Lanca,

Would you check  Paul Galey's patent number because what you wrote in your previous mail (FR7515840) does not exist. Maybe you meant FR2312135 ??

Rudolf Kroll has also got several patents, which one you meant?  Maybe DE3938577?

Which patent  (Galey  or  Kroll)  gives higher output in theory in your opinion?  You seem to favor Galey's arrangement?

Thank you,

Gyula
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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #128 on: April 29, 2006, 08:28:15 PM »
Hi de Lanca,

do you have a pdf version of patent FR2312135.

Best Regards
Joerg

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #129 on: April 29, 2006, 10:22:18 PM »
I got the french version. Do you have an english version?
Looks similar to the MEG

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Joerg

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #130 on: May 11, 2006, 01:19:07 AM »
Hi Guys,

   I have attached the latest updated basic configuration for a HOPE Generator. Instead of leaving one end of each of two of the input coils unwired I have found that in most cases there is an increased efficiency when these wires are connected together and linked to the input. Take a look at the drawing and you will see what I mean.

In most cases this seems to be the best way to wire things although I have assembled a couple of units that had to be wired with the input coils connected to the corresponding coil on the opposite side. There doesn't seem to be a predictable way to know how a particular unit will function or how it may need to be wired to be the most efficient. I have recently built three identical units with the only slight difference being how tightly the coils have been wrapped/wound.

It seems that contrary to my thinking, the coils which have been wrapped more tightly do not work as well as those which have been wound more loosely. This goes for both the input and output coils! I have no explanation that makes much sense to me at this time but I have double checked this to make certain that this is in fact the case and it definately seems to be. The difference in output can be as much as 600+ VAC so this is no small note to make for those who may be building one of these devices. Keep up the good work LancaIV.


Best Regards All,

Jim

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #131 on: July 22, 2006, 05:55:18 AM »
hi,

i am not good at electronic so here my question/suggestion

for a better core instead of using what you are using, that would not be better to
built your own core using Amorphous Metal, they react faster to magnet field and
using glue they will probably be cheaper then a standard metal core?

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #132 on: July 23, 2006, 09:39:04 AM »
   I am currently using an "amorphous metal/glass composite" to build the various models of HOPE Generators. I have so far only used C-core style cores made of this material by Metglass Corporation. My latest model was built with the intention of utilizing AC current directly instead of sound/audio signals which needed to be created by using a small electrical source of origin anyway. The new unit will still convert audio signals directly into AC current but with the limitations of having to use the same old materials I have found that using a small AC input directly gives me a better overall energy coefficient/COP.
I had been trying to convince one of Metglass'es distributors to help me to obtain enough of the raw ribbon/tape material that Metglass makes their AMCC series cores out of but Metglass is treating it as a special order and simply wants far to much for a small amount of the ribbon. The idea was to purchase the amorphous ribbon and some LZT (Lead Zirconate Titanate) from EDO Corp., to dope the ribbon with. A small DC current would be applied along the ribbon over a short distance at a time while a slow drying epoxy/glue would be lightly applied to the ribbon. The LZT nanocrystaline Powder would then be sprinkled onto the ribbon and the crystals oriented in a desired direction by means of the DC current. The ribbon would gradually be rolled into a torroid shape until the desired core thickness was achieved and the new hybrid core would then be allowed to dry/set.
Since the amorphous composite material already shows a response to sound resonance the crystals should increase the response by many factors. The idea was to enhance both the magnetic and pure resonant qualities of the original core material with a highly reactive piezo material to increase the electrical response. Because the LZT crystaline material reacts to both electrical and/or sound resonance I felt that it was logical to assume that the addition of such a material could only increase the output potential of a HOPE style assembly.
Unfortunately money has once again thrown a wrench into the works and I am again unable to go any further. BTW, my latest HOPE model is showing output potentials of between 100 to 150+ times the energy input in volts. The multiplication factors will depend on the waveform and type of energy input but any type of resonant energy can be utilized and converted directly into AC potential. For instance: if I put in say 9v AC even at very low mA levels I will see well over 1000 volts on the output side. Remember that that is 9v AC not DC! If I split 9v DC into 18v AC you would see somewhere around +or- 2000vAC at the output end. This is plenty for providing fluorescent lighting of several full sized fluorescent lights so that is what I am using it for for now. It may not impress to many people but try to find any product on the market that provides this kind of lighting with so little energy. Hey, if nothing else it might interest some hermits or pot growers out there eh? lol


Cheers,

Jim

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #133 on: July 23, 2006, 03:57:57 PM »
you cannot use magnetite and use epoxy to build you core? i am not sure if Amorphous Metal is made out of this material, but some used magnetite to build coil core instead of metal and get better result, you can buy big bag of magnetic on internet, its something to try out :)

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Re: Harmonic Oscillating Power Electric generator video
« Reply #134 on: July 23, 2006, 08:27:11 PM »
Hi (The One)

   Thats interesting, I haven't heard of anyone using Magnetite to make cores out of. I will try to find some info on that. There are many things a person could try if they have the proper equipment available, and I suppose that I may eventually have the opportunity to create some cores from scratch using various raw materials but right now we are trying to sell the house and there isn't any place to fire up the kiln or even an area to work at other than the floor or one small card table. The overall environment around here is not beneficial to conducting any sort of research either as my folks are in their mid-eighties and pretty much losing brain cells in massive quantities lately, so they keep me pretty busy..... lol.
It appears that I am going to be the only one to take care of them through their final years, and being that I am disabled myself, its going to take every ounce of strength and patience that I have.

God only knows if anyone will ever pick up where I left off but I can only hope that someone will. I really think that the addition of the proper mix of piezo materials with the right core material/s may allow us to break unity by a fair margin but it will likely wind up being someone other than me who will have that honor. If anyone out there wants my help in pointing them to various suppliers or for tips on anything I am more than willing to help. However I have spent every penny I had on my research and have been unemployed and unable to work a regular job now for 11 years so the buck stops here as far as my work goes on HOPE R&D.

I hope that someone will be encouraged by what we've learned from this all so far enough to carry on along this line of R&D because I truly believe that we are ver-very close to seeing the true potential of this kind of technology. I wish I could try Magnetite as well as a good number of other elements and various combinations but it has proven to be far to expensive for one unemployed guy to afford, and much to time consuming as well when you have several geriatric children to take care of.

If anyone does decide to look into this approach further and experiment with piezo powders and various magnetic materials etc.., etc.., I recommend that they start from scratch and stay away from big corporations as much as possible! Before they will help you obtain any materials they have to know what exactly you need it for. Then they will leave you broke, take your idea's, and leave you in the gutter.

I wouldn't be suprized at all to see one of them suddenly come out with an allegedly new idea/invention involving piezo enhanced cores for power applications and/or alternative energy. Most likely though the alternative energy tech would go to the U.S., military and never be seen by the public again.

Oh well, this is startin to turn into a novel so I'll shut up now, lol. I guess the best advice I can give to someone is,......... if you know that you know that you know something will work even though nobody else has a clue about what you are talking about, go for it because thats the way most new discoveries and technologies come into being. Don't worry so much about the current theories in physics as long as you have a good working knowledge and understanding of the basics.


Best Regards All,

Jim
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