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Author Topic: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998  (Read 16953 times)

Offline sparks

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        I  am one amongst many that now understand the dynamics of the TPU most of you saw operating when it was videotaped by Steven Marks back in 1998.  This device is an Energy Sink.  The dynamics at work here are basically capturing and storing energy in the collector ring.  As more energy is concentrated in the ring it begins to develop a gravitational field of it's own.  This field becomes stronger than the gravitational field of the earth and starts to attract  energy  (electrons photons ions) towards it.  The magnetic field propogated by the electrical current in the collector ring, assumes a torroidal shape.  The interaction of the electrons being drawn towards the collector ring  by gravity and the enveloping torroidal magnetic field cause the electrons to  first migrate towards the poles of the magnetic field and then inward towards the  center of the collector ring.  The electrons pop through the magnetic field and enter the ring in such a way as to accelerate the electronic vortex.
     SM's machine is a piece of shit.  It's like Farady's wires on a string.  So there is reason one.  It is simply a discovery machine in great need of refinement.  The Earth itself is a big tpu with a collector ring (sphere)  with an inside diameter of 22 miles.
Mankind really doesn't need a new black hole growing out of some guy's apartment or garage which happens to be under some high tension grid wires.  That should be reason one but I'll call it reason two.
     This machine was operated in the past inside the ancient pyramids the Egyptians and other "civilizations"/tribes tried to duplicate so they could adore their Gods.  The rulers of these ancient tribes were idiots, like most politicians are,  and used them for tombs and sacrafices.  Call that reason 3.  It's been done before on a much grander scale than 800watts out of  a two foot copper coil with overheating problems wrapped in electricians tape. 
        The collector coil should only be used to create the gravitational/magnetic field
profile.  The energy migrating towards the poles of the tpu should be CAPTURED ON A CAPACITOR PLATE  not tapped from the coil (the coil should be a solid golden ring).
IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT THE ENERGY THAT REACHES THE VORTEX RING IS
CONTROLLED.   The vortex need only be supplied with enough energy to overcome voltage drop inside the golden ring.  The channels from the outside of the pyramid to the interior chamber where a tpu type device would have been placed is the only way that loosely bound energy not trapped in a crystalline matrix could enter the vortex.  All that needed to be done to control the strength of the gravitational field of the power plant was to place a slate accross the openings of these small tunnels.
I'll call that 3 or am I up to 4?
     I would hope that the moderator of this website would do all that is in his or her powers to get the word out on the dangers of dinosaur TPU's and the potential benefits of their proper design and worldwide use.  Mankind needs this energy now
before we annhilate ourselves and bring on thousands of years of mankind being barbaryanns again.  I would also hope that those of you who have monitored and contributed  to this site would help mankind in this endeavour. 
     I once came accross a posting,by I believe GK,that displayed a transparent pyramid  with a beautiful blue light inside of it with a spiral double helix emanating from the top of the pyramid.  This picture is worth a million words of mine and I hope that GK or devilsangel  would be able to find it and repost  it below as an inspiration to all readers.
     
« Last Edit: December 03, 2007, 02:31:09 AM by sparks »

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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #1 on: December 02, 2007, 05:00:39 AM »
...and another bites the dust of the road graded by "FreedomFuel" or whatever his name was...what was that thread "Bury the TPU" - or something like that.

Energy Sink - a freakin' black hole!

What's next?  Reciever for secret goverment "Tesla Magnifying Transmitter"?

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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #2 on: December 02, 2007, 05:21:45 AM »
...and another bites the dust of the road graded by "FreedomFuel" or whatever his name was...what was that thread "Bury the TPU" - or something like that.

Energy Sink - a freakin' black hole!

What's next?  Reciever for secret goverment "Tesla Magnifying Transmitter"?
The hardest part to accept when you successfully build a tpu, is that it immediately collapses up its own a..s.....  ;D :D :D :D

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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #3 on: December 02, 2007, 05:56:42 AM »
Removed.
Never mind, it was my problem, not this site. I have disabled all ActiveX controls for this site and my IE messed up html rendering completely. As a result a message was referred to a wrong person.
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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #4 on: December 03, 2007, 03:09:17 AM »
@grumpy


   From your post here I persume that you think backengineering a primitive discovery device is a worthwhile endeavour even when given the dynamics of the devices operating principals.  Blackhole potential maybe.  Destruction of the operator very likely.  The coil could easily overheat to the point that it becomes an ionized gas.  Further input (remember all this thing needs to run is a dipole form of energy which is pretty prevalent on earth day and night), and the ionized gas turns into a plasma.  I don't know about you,  but I don't think a fire extinguisher is going to cool down a plasmic vortex real soon.  WHY RISK IT?  and furthermore why promote replication of a primitive form of this machine when the underlying theory of operation is in front of your nose.
       These backengineers might as well spend their free time backengineering the first electric motors of the 19th century.   It is alot safer and less expensive. 

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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #5 on: December 03, 2007, 04:31:59 AM »
Why ? Bacause so many people have explanations for the TPU, but no one has one that works like those shown in SM's video's.

SM may be the "anticrist", or a servant of Baal, or Azazel himself but as long as his device goes "unduplicated", then the jury is still out.

Primitive form or energy production?  Maybe so.  You got something better?  No? Didn't think so.

I believe Tesla work is more "natural" but I can not at this point rule out that the TPU may work by the same principles.  If you can so easily cast it aside - so be it - but don't expect everyone else to follow.

Until we understand what "electricity", "magnetism", and "current" really are - we are strapped.

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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #6 on: December 03, 2007, 05:10:34 AM »
@ sparks,

welcome back.

lol
sam

ps:oh by the way, thanks!!!

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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #7 on: December 03, 2007, 07:21:26 AM »
i do owe sm an apoligy indeed

it is this man or men alone that brought this whole thing to light  for only 1 reason to point to the answer  :)

i beleave im at the most basic level lol and sm is miles ahead to be honest i only now see this

duh!!!!


mannix i am sory to say words that may have offended you we all here at ou owe all of this to you

you were the messanger and i think you did a damm good job  ;)

i do infact know exactly what my job is here

but im still not at a point to explain why it works 100%


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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #8 on: December 07, 2007, 09:19:30 PM »
Ok, Sparks, go ahead and build it to prove you are right....
We need facts not words... :)

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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #9 on: December 07, 2007, 11:50:22 PM »
The coils heating up??  Anyone have this problem?  Nice story!  ;D

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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #10 on: December 08, 2007, 12:28:07 AM »
@Grumpy
Maybe SM is the anti-christ, he had those beady little black eyes, I never did trust him or anyone that wears a necktie.
thats good one  :D

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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #11 on: December 08, 2007, 01:04:14 AM »
I agree!  I'm working on other OU devices.. but the MTPU is such an efficient and simple circuit, it is worth playing with... just need my toroids  :)

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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #12 on: December 08, 2007, 01:36:04 AM »
Granted that what is being sought is unknown in the level of energy.

Play the.... Plug is Right. With a 110 volts drill and being in front of 10 matching electrical plugs. Each plug has an unknown power level. Plug the drill into the wrong receptacle and boom. We just don't know.

I wonder how much magnetic, gravitational or imploding attraction is required to pull a nail out of a 2 by 4. That was done by a TV before or while it blew up or vaporized.

Does the universe have more static or magnetic energy?

Well judging by nature, one that could generate immense static discharges here on Earth would again be a thundercloud. So are there more clouds in the universe than solid bodies of magnetic energy? I'd say 1 billion to one on clouds.

Frog brain: See black dot. See black dot get bigger. See black dot get bigger again. Stick out tongue. Retract tongue. Swallow. This is an automatism in the nature of the frog to eat a fly and therefore survive. Every thing has an automatic reaction, weather we know it or not.

So, if ether, stuck in the vacuum of space evolved with some type of universal intelligence, what would it do automatically as its base nature?

I'd say.....

1) Go towards the nearest static field
and
2) Static fields can be found in gaseous clouds or near magnetic events.
or,
3) Follow the other guy.... like ants. (Actually like humans too...)
and
4) If none of the above is evident, wait until you sense the vibration of any of the above.

So maybe the TPU should emulate...

1) A miniature static cloud.
2) A magneto static event.

Either way, it has to be an ether attracting and collecting device. This for the inventor has to be as clear and accepted as anything else that is evident in this world. You are fishing for ether so you need the right lure and strong enough tackle. The juice is everywhere, but how much can you take?

So as long as we are working with miniature devices, we're creating miniature events. The dangerous big event would have to be extremely big, since we know that even a nuclear bomb is not enough to destroy the Earth. Well..... yes it would make one hell of a mess.

There would have to be one rule. If there is no control when attracting ether, ether will always win, over any device. So yes, we should realize (and respect) the immensity into which we are searching to plug or future machines.

So in trying to build a TPU style device (because SM TPU replication is impossible) there is no harm in studying what came before (or what came and disappeared in a flash). Study and build what ever you want. Just doing something is better then just living your life like a frog. And if you hear thunder, duck.

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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #13 on: December 08, 2007, 05:43:20 AM »
This used to be a nice bar where a guy could shot the shite and enjoy some suds. 
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Re: Reasons for not building a TPU like the one Steven Mark's had in 1998
« Reply #14 on: December 08, 2007, 02:57:12 PM »
grumpy is right

sm word's
OK the point is; YOU CAN GET SOME ENERGY OUT OF THE EARTH!
Next point; YOU CAN DO SOMETHING VERY SIMPLE WITH A WIRE TO
SHOW THIS.
Next point; YOU CAN SEE THAT YOU CAN GET MORE OUT OF A PIECE
OF WIRE THEN YOU PUT IN TO IT.
WE are not talking about a coil or a transformer or anything developing a
primary to secondary flux.
We are just talking about a straight piece of wire, some electrons and a
method of measuring what comes out of it.

I even gave you some easy to obtain references to this phenomenon in a
few technical journals
"little mystery what are these journals?"

wire's and magnet
so back to basic

 

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