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Offline otto

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Steven Mark`s TPU
« on: December 18, 2007, 07:55:48 AM »
Hello all TPU builders,

I wanted to post this on Christmas but then I have to be nice and kind and I dont want to be nice!!!!

Like the last time with my ECD Im asking you all coil builders:

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR???

You have nice pictures from Mr.Mannix and a very good description of a TPU!!!!!

Guys, youre sleeping.

You dont understand?? Of course not!!!!

The pictures Mr.Mannix posted are pictures of really working TPUs, I tried the 3 stack and its working fine.

Where is the description????  Haaaaa!!!!!

LOOK AT "dfro". He made 2 posts. Find them and read them. I mean, take your time and read this posts. Not "read" but really read what this good man wrote down.
If you dont understand his words then read again and again.........until you understand.

Come on guys, start finally to work on a TPU because I cant do all the work allone!!!!

Nice days and WAKE UP. Its TPU time.

This is my Christmas present for the coil builders and thinkerers on this forum.

Otto

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Re: Steven Marc`s TPU
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2007, 08:01:10 AM »
Hello all TPU builders,

I wanted to post this on Christmas but then I have to be nice and kind and I dont want to be nice!!!!

Like the last time with my ECD Im asking you all coil builders:

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR???

You have nice pictures from Mr.Mannix and a very good description of a TPU!!!!!

Guys, youre sleeping.

You dont understand?? Of course not!!!!

The pictures Mr.Mannix posted are pictures of really working TPUs, I tried the 3 stack and its working fine.

Where is the description????  Haaaaa!!!!!

LOOK AT "dfro". He made 2 posts. Find them and read them. I mean, take your time and read this posts. Not "read" but really read what this good man wrote down.
If you dont understand his words then read again and again.........until you understand.

Come on guys, start finally to work on a TPU because I cant do all the work allone!!!!

Nice days and WAKE UP. Its TPU time.

This is my Christmas present for the coil builders and thinkerers on this forum.

Otto

Hi Otto:
Good job! But I can't download your zip file? What's the deal?

Thanks
chrisC

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Re: Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2007, 08:05:21 AM »
Otto,
this sounds exciting, are you saying you have a working TPU ?

Cheers,

Dean

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Re: Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2007, 08:12:23 AM »
Hello all,

@chrisC

I deleted the zip because something was wrong with my PC.

@dean_mcgowan

no, I only have a very cold garage as my workplace for my TPU research. Im only saying:

BUILD THIS F...G FEW COILS LIKE IN THE 3 STACK PICTURE!!!!!!! and be carefull with your fingers, ha,ha.

Otto

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Re: Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2007, 09:25:22 AM »
Otto,
Which picture from Mannix? He has done so many. Vague descriptions and guess works will only push people round the circle another time.
We must help each other here because our governments will not.


Regards

AM

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Re: Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #5 on: December 18, 2007, 09:49:52 AM »
Hello all,

@AM

the 3 stack.jpg and the coilddd.jpg.

The  3 stack works good and the coilddd I didnt had the time to build it.

I hope the people will discuss the 2 posts from "dfro".

Otto

EDIT: I forgot: google - pulse current multiplier, PCM, look at Google books, maybe this can help us.

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Re: Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #6 on: December 18, 2007, 10:51:19 AM »
Hello all,

Otto:

WELL DONE, IT'S TIME FOR TPU BUILDERS TO WAKE-UP

Roberto

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Re: Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #7 on: December 18, 2007, 11:24:06 AM »
@chef

OK what are we dealing with?


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Re: Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #8 on: December 18, 2007, 11:30:15 AM »
Hello all,

@Roberto

yes, lets have fun.

@Chef

I KNOW you will find here very soon a schematic and everything needed for a working TPU.
I dont care with what Im dealing here because I dont want to spit on my and other peoples work. Here are soooo nice people and they deserve to have a TPU made by myself or another fine guy here, I really dont care.

I JUST WANT A TPU, NOTHING MORE. I almost forgot: I want to SHARE my results.

Otto

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Re: Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #9 on: December 18, 2007, 12:26:46 PM »
Hello all,

@Roberto

yes, lets have fun.

@Chef

I KNOW you will find here very soon a schematic and everything needed for a working TPU.
I dont care with what Im dealing here because I dont want to spit on my and other peoples work. Here are soooo nice people and they deserve to have a TPU made by myself or another fine guy here, I really dont care.

I JUST WANT A TPU, NOTHING MORE. I almost forgot: I want to SHARE my results.

Otto
Otto
You are a good Guy and you will succseed.
Helmut

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Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #10 on: December 18, 2007, 12:34:19 PM »
removed double post

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Re: Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #11 on: December 18, 2007, 12:35:47 PM »
I hope, i will never find here manual for simple working TPU.

If you want to post, you still not REALIZED, what are you dealing with!

@Chef

Is your preference to experience thousands of thermonuclear bombs going off in a fight over the last energy resources?

I hope I never experience large-scale nuclear war because a new source of energy was not found.  There have already been umpteen thousands of atomic bombs dropped over Iraq and this DU poison is slowing being blown around the globe and will be destroying the human genome for billions of years to come.

As the energy crisis (better called the stupidity crisis) continues, all nation states and governments will collapse, anarchy and local war lords will reign as the world population rapidly drops to 100 million.  On the way down from 8 or 10 BILLION, many people will be forced to practice cannibalism, as high-yield hydrocarbon-fertilizer-based agriculture collapses.  Governments, politicians, security agencies, and military all combined together have a maximum IQ around 10 with respect to planetary governance.  Since they have totally failed, it is up to the people to find a solution, for better or for worse.

100 000 unstable TPUs is still a lot better than 100 000 hydrogen bombs in the hands of unstable non-leaders, some wishing the destruction of the world to usher in the rapture to the Kingdom of God.

If the fact of six fully armed nuclear advanced cruise missiles flying over USA, totally outside the strict chain of command, and involving the mystery deaths of half a dozen airmen did not wake you up - nothing will.

But, maybe I have a distorted way of looking at things?

Earl

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Re: Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #12 on: December 18, 2007, 12:57:59 PM »
Hello all,

@Helmut

WE All will have the success. I really dont want to expose myself. I want to work now.

@Earl

your way of looking to the problems are for myself OK

@All

Guys, a work must be done. The most people here are better in English then Im, so let us look at "dfros" 2 posts and see what and how to build our TPUs. Lets see what he is telling us, lets discuss his words.

Otto

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Re: Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #13 on: December 18, 2007, 01:19:23 PM »
Hello fellow reverse engineers.

I have been following this forum, watching the videos, and pondering how the TPU works.  I think it is an authentic freedom energy device.

I consider myself very much a novice in electronics, but maybe my conjectures could shed some new light on the "guess what answer I am thinking of" game we are all trying to play here with SM.  Please, pardon any major electronics dumb statements I make that reveal my inexperience in this field.  I hope my thoughts are not too disorganized and hard to follow, also.

I would like to start by commenting about the "rotating magnetic field" mystery.  I have been thinking a lot about that.  What I think is happening is SM has set up sets of inductive coils that are oriented in two, possibly three different directions.  On his small device there is the collector coil, which is wrapped around the circumference of the main circle.  I think he has wrapped the collector coil around the circumference several times, but since the wire strands are packed in with no kind of wrapping orientation (the strands are not wrapped side by side along a core or hollow tube), the magnetic flux lines look like they would be for a single strand. However, he has augmented the collector coil with other vertical coils, which seem to be wrapped around metal cores (and on which he placed the magnets in one video).  These windings could be extensions of the collector coil and connected in series with it and each other.  The input coils are oriented in such a way that their flux lines are 90 degrees to the output coil and vertical coils.  Again, I think the collector coil is somehow wired in series with the vertical coils.  Other sets of coils, which I don't see in any of the pictures could be oriented as if the windings were wrapping around imaginary wheel spokes. 

I also think this device is harnessing and augmenting the radiant energy surges that come from very quick, high voltage pulses.  I remember Bedini or Tesla or Bearden saying that the more resistance across the voltage spike, the more electrons that piles up on the negative side of the circuit being excited.  The trick is to let the electrons pile up and then switch them into the circuit without destroying the dipole .  The inductive coils seem to be perfect for this.  The voltage spike hits the input coil, the high inductive reactance resists electron flow and then as the magnetic field builds and collapses, the electrons move.  I think he has all of the coils attached to capacitors to create resonant tank circuits.  Also, I think he might have a diode in series with the capacitors of the tank circuits so that the current can only flow in one direction (maybe not, though).  No current is ever allowed to flow when the pulse hits the coil.  The kick hits a back-emf wall when it occurs, pulls in the radiant energy current surge, and then lets the current flow in the input coil when the induced magnetic field is building and decaying.  With the current flowing in the input coil, its magnetic flux induces a current and flux in the collector coil.  Using the flux created in the collector coil is one of the secrets, I think.

I also think he is using a small battery in all the devices to run the pulse control circuitry.  I imagine there are a few 555 ic's that are driving some kind of fast, high voltage mosfet driver to make 1 to 4 sets of very fast, short on-time pulses, which are harmonics of each other.  I would suggest doing pulse ratios that are in the Fibonacci series or each pulse being the previous pulse times phi.  However, the pulses may be tuned to a chord, like a major chord - root, fifth, octave, tenth (just a thought).  He has written about striking the right chord, correct?  I also think he has a solid state diode/cap circuit to step up the voltage from the battery for the pulses.  I remember reading about how to do this using diodes, caps, and pulses - it is basic stuff, which I don't know how to do yet.

When the fast, high voltage kick hits the first input coil and inducing current, its flux lines build and cut through the collector coil, causing current to be induced in the collector coil.  It also induces current in the vertically oriented coils that are adjacent to the first input coil.  I imagine that these are wired in series with the collector coil. The magnetic flux has just spun 90 degrees and moved over from input coil 1 to vertical collector coil 1.  I also imagine that the adjacent vertical coil is wrapped in such a way that it induces a current (and thus magnetic flux)  in the second input coil.  So when the now faster (1.618: 1 faster?) kicks hit the second coil, there is already current moving and flux building.  The second input coil is also attached to a resonant tank circuit which is tuned to have its resonant peak at the frequency of the pulses. I think the collector coil and its vertical coils have caps in series, also.  They form part of a LC resonant tank circuit but also store the voltage to power any attached load.  It think the collector coil with the vertical coils is tuned to have its resonance at the lowest fundamental frequency, and the input coils are harmonics of that - possibly odd order harmonics, Fibonacci series, phi, major chord, or empirically tuned by watching the behavior on a scope.

 When the kicks on coil 2 pull in the radiant energy current surge, that induces current and flux in the collector coil and the next adjacent vertical coil, which is wrapped in such a way that it induces current and flux in the next input coil (3).  This continues around the circle with the magnetic field cork screwing around the circumference of the main collector coil circle.  When the magnetic surge makes it round the circuit, it acts as positive feedback for the first input coil.  I also think this cork-screwing and spinning of the magnetic fields pulls in more radiant energy, which causes the current to keep flowing in the same direction.   If the pulses and resonance were optimized, the tpu would quickly pull in too much voltage and cause catastrophic arcs through the wire insulation or capacitor insulation.  This is why SM tunes the circuit off frequency slightly.  You can also see he has put fuses on the big tpu device.

I do not think the earth's magnetic resonance is critical to the operating of the tpu.  It is a radiant energy device pulling its energy from the vacuum.  I think you can pick different sets of frequencies.  In his first small device, maybe SM thought the earth's vibrating magnetic field played a role, but the later devices vibrated much faster.  By setting up his device to resonate at 7.3 Hz, maybe there was a significant braking effect from the earth's flux that happened when he turned the device upside down.  The magnet on the small device probably just triggered a magnetic switch that turned on the device.  He has said that the magnets are not critical to the operation of the device, correct?  On the larger device where he turns it on by placing two magnets, I think that he purposely underwound those two coils so that they would not produce enough flux to keep the positive feedback building.  The magnets were used to augment the flux of those two coils and allow the turbine effect to build. 

Also, I think that high ohm leakage resistors are placed in parallel with each capacitor in the various tank circuits.  On the large tpu it looks like he has resistors across the pair of vertically oriented caps.  These dissipate the voltage on the caps when the device is turned off as a safety measure.  They also serve to bleed some of the current and create some extra ac "hash" on the dc current, which causes additional resonance in the tank circuits.  It also causes the vibration of the device, which also contributes to the flux of adjacent coils inducing more voltage and current much like a guitar pickup picks up the vibration of a metal string.  Maybe all of the coil wire should be ferrous? Has SM said anything about what kind of metal the wire is made of?  This vibration and the current drawn from the device when it is powering a load are what cause the device to heat up.  I imagine having a bank of several units wired in parallel to abate overheating issues.

On the big tpu device the inductive coils in the center might be there because he needed a certain amount of induction for his vertical collector coils, but he did not need all of the coil to be close to the input coils creating the positive magnetic feedback.  It may have been a way of maximizing the LC tank resonance but reducing some of the positive magnetic feedback. 

I think the gyroscopic effect comes from the cork-screwing magnetic field that is constantly circling around the circumference of the device.  This also seems to match his statements about the tpu acting as a turbine or an accelerometer.

Please, let me know what you think, everyone (including you, SM).  I have to study a lot more before I can draw up a possible circuit to test.

AND

otto,

   I would like to ask some questions about your TPU design.  I preface my comments and questions by saying that I don't understand your design yet and I will be trying to get up to speed on other threads.  I am a total beginner in this, so take what I say much like a child asking, "why is the sky blue." (That is actually a very deep question, by the way.)  Anyway...

   I think you have got the essential nature of the device.  Your results are very exciting!  I think you and the other researchers are heroes.  I am not certain why you have the 4" loop.  I seem to remember that you are using it to pick up the rising magnetic field caused by the control coils.  Could one or more multi-turn coils in the vertical plane be essential to stability of the device?  All of SM's devices have a vertical rim.  If there was not a need for something oriented vertically, I think he would have made it flat.  On his smallest device, it looks like there is a single vertical coil wrapped around some kind of core in the middle.  On the device where he places two magnets, he has what look like four metal cores with what I imagine would be coils wrapped around them.  Could these coils, which I think are in series with the collector coil, be essential for stability.  Could the extra inductance help seed the signal? Maybe SM found that placing vertical coils in between the control coils helped in some way.

   Also, why not try to step up the control coil voltage using pulses, diodes and caps?  Maybe a little higher voltage and more inductance is one of the keys to the TPU not running away on you.  Could this make it easier to stay well off of a perfect frequency conversion while still getting your seed that builds?

Just some thoughts.

Also

http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,3599.msg63021.html#msg63021

Now we don't have to kump around!

AM

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Re: Steven Mark`s TPU
« Reply #14 on: December 18, 2007, 02:01:30 PM »
Hello AM,

thanks for your help. My knowledge about PCs is like my English, a disaster, thanks.

It would be great if you would help us in analysing this posts.

Of course, the other great thinkerers on this forum are also welcome. I dont have to mention who are here the good thinkerers??? No.

@Chef

here are serious people and they know about the risk.

Otto