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Author Topic: Kicks explained  (Read 45095 times)

Offline sparks

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Kicks explained
« on: March 16, 2008, 06:01:22 PM »


      When a voltage is first applied to a circuit there is flow of energy that folks here call the kick. What is going on is that electrical CHARGE is on the move. This is a massless  migration of potential energy from point a to point b.  The magnetic field of the Earth arranges atoms within a conductor in a certain fashion.  A conductor without any other magnetic influence other than the Earth's field becomes a magnetic crystal.  The kick potential energy will flow through this crystal in a predetermined path dependent on the electron proton dispersion within the conductor.  The magnetic field of the Earth is pulsating resulting in a redistribution of electron proton charges within the conductor.  The kick potential energy will therefore have to travel in response to this reordering of the electrons (the reordering a consequence of the Earth magnetic field change).  So the potential energy now flows according to the Earth frequency, or traces out the low frequency input within the conductor. 
    At some point in time the electrons which are feeling the pressure of the charge input will begin to actually move and form a kinetic energy flow in response to the charge input. This movement of a charge carrier will result in inertial absorption of the charge input by the conductor electron mass and the kick potential energy flow will cease.  By timing the input pulse so that it's rise time is high and it's duty cycle is  is very low (how long the charge is there)  a directional flow of potential energy at very low frequency can be achieved.

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2008, 09:36:05 PM »
A certain person has once explained the kick is a result from the initial inertia of the electrons.

Is that what you mean with inertial absorption?

M.

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2008, 12:40:28 AM »
A certain person has once explained the kick is a result from the initial inertia of the electrons.

Is that what you mean with inertial absorption?

M.

     By inertial absorption of the potential energy pulse I meant that the charge pressure would be absorbed by the electrons whose inertia is not in the direction of the pulse potential. hmmmmmmm.  Your guy saw it the other way as the pulse adding inertia to the electrons whose direction was complimentry to the pulse.

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #3 on: March 17, 2008, 12:48:37 AM »
HI

@SPARK  i thing you are good phisic  you haveait   i like to ask something did you traed to make somEthing    we all  said this that and  hmmm  but still nothing   ;D  <<<HI <marco>>>>
 and ather all we here  is  like to make  t.p.u   as  <<<s.m>>  but  whereis  tpu

AND  S.M  IS BEST  ENGENRIRING MAN    HO WHANT TO SAFE  OUR PLANET OF  SELF DISTROKTIONS   THANKS  <,S.M>>  YOU ARE THE BRILIANT MAN

all we here  people  mast  find  way  to explore his tpu to search   what is the basicly meaning how is made  and how is forking   that i thing s.m  is  speaks  whit his  old  video clips     
EVERY THING  <<S.M>>  IS TOLD AS   IS TRUE  WHIT HIS 3 VIDEO CLIPS 
BUT  WHIT SECRET  WORDS INSAID  IN HIS  SPEAKS

FOR  TPU   I HAVE ALL TIME  TOLD HERE  IS MANY WAYS  TO MAKE TO MOVE THE  THIS  SMALL  ELKTRONES  IN THE  EVERY SIMPLE  WIRE  BT  WE MAST FIND  THE  HO WAY  WE  TAKEN  OHHHHHHH   
@SPARK  DONT  EXPLANE  WHIT WORDS  MANY PEOPLE HERE  IS DONT ANDERSTEND  WAHT YOU ARE SAYING   IS LITLE  OF  AS IS ANDERTSEND  THE  ELEKTRIC   AND  ELKTRONICS   
I  KNOW WHERY WHELL  ELKTRONICS  AND  I KNOW WHAT YOU ARE SAYING BUT  WHAT IS YOUR  POINT HERE  <NOTHING>.MAKE SOME VIDEO  AND  TO SE WHAT YOU HAVE PUT INSAID YOUR TPU    <<WHAT OF  KIND OF YOUR  PHISICS YUO CAN  BE THERE  >> ;)
I LIKE TO SEE SOMETHING  OK  @spark  dont be angry to me  ,,,still  i m your  friend 
i pushing  this theory out said  to open  for  practical way <<WE KNOW   MANY 1000   OF THEORY  BUT ITS STIL  NOTHING
<<S.M>>  YOU ARE THE BEST   YOU  ARE  SAID  GOLDEN WORDS   BUT  WE DONT  SEE THIS 
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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #4 on: March 20, 2008, 09:02:13 PM »
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« Last Edit: March 21, 2008, 04:46:42 PM by zapnic »

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #5 on: March 23, 2008, 06:09:16 PM »
    I posted the below in a political thread so I'm going to move it over here cause that one is heating up. :P

The input energy of the kick adds inertia to the electrons that are responding to the aetheric  wave traversing the conductor.  These electrons now are seperated from Earth's angular momentum (spin inertia) and are responding to the aetheric wave the Earth warps continously.   They are on their own relative to the rest of the conductor mass that remains in Earth's inertial field.
The rest of the conductor mass progresses through space time in inertial fields quite different than the electrons in the aetheric inertial frame.  This results in charge seperation because the copper ions want the electrons back.  The electrons that joined the aetheric inertial frame are both time and space displaced relative to the rest of the conductor.  They stayed on board the aetheric train, took a ride and stretched the elastic tether holding them to the conductor neuclei.  The Coriolus force brings the aetheric electrons back into the mass of the conductor in a predictable velocity path.
    So our kick energy input is just to seperate  the electrons on the aether train from those that are not.  It does not push them around the torroid coil by inducing a voltage.  The aether supplied us with the emf by taking the seperated electrons for a ride relative to the rest of the mass that stayed with the Earth inertial field.

     I need to thank Marco for his work regarding the Coriolus force and investigation into the vertical component of the near magnetic field of Earth.

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #6 on: April 13, 2008, 03:23:51 AM »
magnetic fields affect moving charges, eg. electrons

- skin effect
- drift current/velocity
- conduction electrons exposed to an abrupt potential difference in the presence of a static magnetic field

some astute may be able to see a connection here....maybe?
« Last Edit: April 13, 2008, 03:59:40 AM by poynt99 »

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #7 on: April 13, 2008, 04:05:12 AM »
Poynt99 you are talking plain english... besides I'd rather be a horse then a sheep!

Skin effect skipping a stone across the water I presume...

The skin effect exsits permanantly.

The current/velocity that the water is traveling at if the stone is skipped right could project the stone further or less distance depending on the direction.

Conduction would be when there is one rock being dropped in the water creating waves and depending how you hit the waves the stone jumps higher further or sometimes less depending upon where it lands on the ripples

So using all these effects we must achive a condition for which we can keep this rock moving by dropping more rocks in the water or speeding the current of the water up or making the skin more eleastic or solid...

??? cant thing of another analogy really lol maybe one is not needed ...

The crazy thing about all this is the more and more Iook at this we are essintially trying to solve the problem of unstable nuclear fusion rather then fission... Yikes this could take an awful lot of brain power trying to keep a stable vortex from collapsing...

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #8 on: April 13, 2008, 04:43:06 AM »
As long as you depend on particles, you won't get very far.

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #9 on: April 13, 2008, 05:12:04 AM »
@grumpy
So essintailly the main component to manipulate here is what magnetic flux.

Manipulation in magnetic flux again is done either with degausing coils or circuits this is the only time I really hear/feel kicks other then in generators...

Grumpy I wish you would place your theory on what we are trying to accomplish...

As well as possibly a design that you would use to achive the theory you seem like a smart guy just tired of all the random speculation... And false positives possibly IDK man I obviously havent been around OU.com for the duration like you may have so I have not been able to see some of your more informative posts.

But I suppose this one is a better start then none. Thanks Grumpy



@SPARKS

Kicks examples I vision when it comes to tesla:

When a person rubs there feet across the floor then touches you on the back of the neck. That instant release of energy bamb.
When a storm builds up tons of static energy and discharges it as energy
There is many other most of them have to do with high voltage low current being discharged.

seeing as how this is about kicks it is possible these kicks can come in differnt forms.

Again I wish I knew just what it was in plain english we are trying to accomplish to reproduce a working unit. If you have a theory or design based upon a theory that is sound I wish you would post it as well.
« Last Edit: April 13, 2008, 06:00:55 AM by infringer »

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #10 on: April 13, 2008, 05:37:20 AM »
Poynt99 you are talking plain english... besides I'd rather be a horse then a sheep!
;D I'm trying to set an example

anyway, all due respect grumpy, but electron flow is involved in at least one step along the way, and this thread is about the test SM explained we need to do to discover the secret.

@infringer

at least you tried, doubt if any others will.

it has more to do with the events that happen with the test. the kick is a slight increase in current, and a slight movement in the wire. The movement is straight forward, the increase in current is not so easy. Current results in flux. Think about the sequence of events. The key elements are in my last post.

spherics mentioned two ways to create a kick, SM mentioned yet another. all 3 methods apparently yield an increase in the mag field. i personally can't explain for sure what spherics was trying to say, and no one else has been able to yet.

any takers?

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #11 on: April 13, 2008, 06:20:20 AM »
@grumpy
So essintailly the main component to manipulate here is what magnetic flux.

Manipulation in magnetic flux again is done either with degausing coils or circuits this is the only time I really hear/feel kicks other then in generators...

Grumpy I wish you would place your theory on what we are trying to accomplish...

As well as possibly a design that you would use to achive the theory you seem like a smart guy just tired of all the random speculation... And false positives possibly IDK man I obviously havent been around OU.com for the duration like you may have so I have not been able to see some of your more informative posts.

But I suppose this one is a better start then none. Thanks Grumpy

Dielectric flux - not magnetic flux - at least this is what Eric Dollard called it.  His theory is available in his books.

As fr designs - the designs of Eric Dollard, Richard Hull, and Tesla are readily available.  RH persued long sparks so this is not really what we want but a good load of info on a take of Tesla's work.

I have deleted most of my posts - to the dismay of many - just something I feel the need to do periodically.

Poynt99 you are talking plain english... besides I'd rather be a horse then a sheep!
anyway, all due respect grumpy, but electron flow is involved in at least one step along the way, and this thread is about the test SM explained we need to do to discover the secret.

@infringer

at least you tried, doubt if any others will.

it has more to do with the events that happen with the test. the kick is a slight increase in current, and a slight movement in the wire. The movement is straight forward, the increase in current is not so easy. Current results in flux. Think about the sequence of events. The key elements are in my last post.

spherics mentioned two ways to create a kick, SM mentioned yet another. all 3 methods apparently yield an increase in the mag field. i personally can't explain for sure what spherics was trying to say, and no one else has been able to yet.

any takers?

It does not matter Christ himself told you to stand on your head to know the secret, if you can not see it , then you can not see it.

How is the "kick" an increase in current when it is detected on an Oscope which measures voltage?

EDIT:
Didn't SM say that the only difference between Tesla's technology and his was that he (SM) fed a small amount back into the circuit?  Yet everyone is running in a circle...

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #12 on: April 13, 2008, 06:34:44 AM »
How is the "kick" an increase in current when it is detected on an Oscope which measures voltage?

Are they not directly related?

mag fields (magnetic flux) result from current. spheric talks about a COMP field which for all intents and purposes (paraphrasing him), is an increased magnetic field due to the bifilar coil and topology.

SM clues us in twice that the kick is really and increase in current. he also alludes to the movement.

so I don't see where the confusion is?... it's easier to measure a voltage than a current, esp. for most people. no doubt spherics said use a scope to measure the coil voltage for this reason.

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Didn't SM say that the only difference between Tesla's technology and his was that he (SM) fed a small amount back into the circuit?
I don't know if SM said that or not. paste it here if he did pls. are you saying that the TPU is RE-based?
« Last Edit: April 13, 2008, 03:18:20 PM by poynt99 »

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #13 on: April 13, 2008, 06:45:00 AM »
   I believe that the kick creates a fleeting scalar wave where the voltage and magnetic field are propogated in geometric unity.  This field stands still in space.
The rest of the Earth just keeps on truckin and whatever is nearby collides with it.

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Re: Kicks explained
« Reply #14 on: April 13, 2008, 09:44:57 AM »
Sorry to repeat it again, but why not take acoustics into consideration? Electric spike strikes atomic lattice. This is called phonon interaction. Phonons are slow: 3800m/s in copper. While electrons are fast (50000km/s). What does that mean? It means that there are a lot of phonon (pressure) non-equilibriums (singularities) appear in the copper's lattice. These non-equilibriums have to be "dissolved" and until they dissolve as impact waves, there is what I call a DC acoustic wave formation exists. This formation is what produces gravity/anti-gravity gradient that at the same time represents a potential gradient for charges, which is seen as "sine wave segments" on the o-scope in Otto's work.