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Author Topic: Negative Pulse Application [Cold pulse]  (Read 24331 times)

Offline EMdevices

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Re: Negative Pulse Application [Cold pulse]
« Reply #45 on: January 13, 2008, 09:33:39 PM »
Hi Dave,

The first thread that started everything is the "The Master of Magnetics, Steven Mark",  it's up top and locked so you can't post in it any longer, but it's great reading. There you will find the correspondence from Steven Mark himself (via Mannix)   etc..

I sympathize with you and others that are just joining these discussions, there are now so many threads here it's ridiculous.   It seems Otto and Ronnote are getting some interesting results now, you can follow there discussion under the thread "Steven Marks TPU".

However, the best course of action is just to experiment and have fun. 

EM

Offline libra_spirit

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Re: Negative Pulse Application [Cold pulse]
« Reply #46 on: April 20, 2008, 03:01:37 PM »
TPU related info:

A vector resonance:
As we shock the wires using square waves of sharp rise time, there was exposed a natural frequency that is extremely hard to get rid of. On closer examination it could not rightly be associated with wire EM resonance or with NMR and yet apears to be present and stronger in certain lengths of wire then in others. The nature of this is one of a fractal pattern and acts like what we might expect an A vector or "non curl field" to do.

The result of probing this further reveals that certain wire lengths react differently then others with respect to this phenomina. Otto found this also and realized something important I believe when he set out trimming the wire and observing the output of the pulses, but never continued to locate precise length charting to identify the fractal base nature of what we have come to call the "nodes" and located very precisely.

What this boils down to is that if we take a tempic resonant wire length and cut it into 8 equal pieces, each one will now exhibit the same shock resonance. Cut these each into 8 more and so on and so on.

These wire lengths will thus resonate at a host of sine frequencies based on the fractal system rather then the natural harmonics of EM we are familiar with. This is yet to be fully explored and recorded.

If you take and cut an iron wire to 15.1796" and form it into a circle, or take a copper wire 10' 1 - 9/16" and roll it on a 1-1/4" core diameter. Now start to send frequencies into the wire while touching it with a finger, you will see the pattern. As you slowly alter the frequency anywhere between 5Hz and 20Mhz you will find sweet spots where the energy flares up to some kind of resonance. This happens at almost any frequency band because one pressure fractal is present near the correct EM range.

Now wind one scalar cancelling and one normal coil and set them at 90 degrees and touch the joint between them while injecting signal into the two coils in series. At a host of frequencies of sine or square waves you will get a taste of the cold electricity and it can fill you with energy, or numbness, depending on the height of the peaking.

I have also taken considerable time to make coil forms of special lengths to see what happens when these are used inside coils.
The A vector resonant lengths seem to compound if used in all the coils dimensions. I have been using Aluminum Bismuth coil forms for this tempic energy, and not iron cores, because this exposes the diamagnetic qualities of the field as does the copper with air core used in the TPU system.

These diamagnetic fields are capturing the "A vector potiental" rather then the magnetic field per say. The reason that Ottos mobius rings worked better with an exact spacing between them I believe. The A vector potiential has no curl, and in fact is more like radiant light travelling in a straight line path with a linear distance force interaction at equidistant nodal spin points along the radiation path representing the fractal based length. Energy transfer across several inches of air is common with the A vector and peaks at the correct distances. This can be shown using toroidal cores that can transfer EM without a magnetic field.

Using torsion sensing or psi function we have tried to chart a great many of these special wire lengths in the matrix document, but I would expect that anyone can feel the cold energy surge in one of the above mentioned setups using the length given, and simply tuning the frequency very slowly at low voltages while touching the wires.

http://magnetism.fateback.com/Matrix.htm

While I have not personally had time to apply these lengths to TPU like devices I think the knowledge may have application here also, because it offers an effect not being noticed by the mainstream EM Tech people, yet is the natural propagation method for toroidal layouts.

1- "A vector potiental" has finite resonant lengths of distance, where the background tempic field seems to generate its own natural pulse rate. The TPU was layed out with only specific possible distances or diamaters for useful effects. All matter is also layed out this way.

2- These lengths can be subdivided as fractals and will still function.

3- When the EM pulse rate matches the natural A vector pulse rate then things really light up. I'm not yet sure what this will translate to for EM circuits but the A vector has far less loss when traveling through copper then electric current.

4- Syncronization is encountered at a great many EM frequencies and therefore an accelerating rotating magnetic field would hit a great many sweet spots as it builds toward higher frequency, on a fixed length distance resonant system.

However the addition of capacitors to the wires will greatly limit the frequencies available and thus tend to lower the gains. Thus a fractal system has wide band energy crossing capabilities but the frequencies are also specific.

The A vector potiential is present in all matter, and not merely the electric or magnetic metals. Thus a wooden rod of 15.1796" will also produce a pulsing A vector potiential off its ends. This observations may give a link to gravity as well which is also present for all matter.

The A vector potiental has two polarities of dominant spin that we could sense directly in the resonant lengths. The iron rods will give you one and the diamagnetic [copper, bismuth, aluminum, hydrogen] materials the opposite one. It is most probably these opposite spining nuclear potientals that offer the AG type effects.

My own experimenting will now probably be centered around these specific lengths, due to the positive conscious or natural effects offered as well, which seem to blend into and resonate with nature.

Dave L