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Author Topic: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban  (Read 409620 times)

Offline Janus20

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #720 on: May 08, 2008, 11:49:50 AM »
@ Sparks

Have you read this?
http://electrodynamics.org.uk/
http://www.unifiedtheory.org.uk/

There is something useful?
I'll wait your posts

Thanks
Turz

I submitted www.electrodynamics.co.uk/ to Peswiki yesterday. I was astonished at 1100 hits over 24 hours. The GoStats page rating shot up from 298 to 15
but it really means very little indeed.

I received not a single e-mail and only 5 people scanned the associated forum threads. The information is clearly seen as superficial entertainment only.

Offline wattsup

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #721 on: May 08, 2008, 02:49:53 PM »
@squirrel

We won't tell LM if you don't. lol
Welcome regardless.

In the OTPU video there is a first part and a second part. So I guess you are referring mostly to the second part where he wants to show the OTPU operation without the plug box.

As for the handling of lamp cords, I think you are saying that if the lights were loaded with batteries, the lamp cords would have current in them and risk of a possible shock if he touched the prongs. I don't know. When he moves the lamps by the top shade ring loop, and since those loops are only held by two small sliding tubes, I wonder if this is strong enough to hold so much battery weight. You can also see when he moves them that he is not over exerting himself and his fingers don't seem to be under extreme tension. Then again how much battery would you need to shoot that video.

For sure, the way he handles the plugs is suspicious, especially when he held one of the plugs pinched in his right hand fingers with the thumb held out of the way, like to not shock it. And when he put them on the floor about a foot apart. He had to make a conscious effort to do that. I do that all the time when I have two live wires.

Yes the wall outlet could have been just two dummy resistor equipped plugs. 

Question: You have a lamp that is plugged into AC line wall outlet. As you unplug the lamp, the questions are what will happen with AC and what will happen with DC. If anyone can answer this, and say there is a difference when you unplug an AC lamp compared to a DC lamp, then you can compare it to the video and have the answer.

While the plug is being pulled, there was a fraction of a second or so of looseness between the plug pins and the outlet.

Here is what I think will happen but I did not try this. I'll let someone else do it.

In AC I expect while the plug is being pulled, if there was any other interplay between the connections, the AC lamp would either be full on or off at every iteration. More or less contact will not make any difference in how bright the lamp lites.

In DC I expect while the plug is being pulled, if there was any other interplay between the connections, the DC lamp brightness would gradually go brighter gradually go lower as the connection increases. It would get brighter with more connection and less brighter with less connection.

Whatever it is, each will have their own signature that could be compared to the video. This could close the subject either way.

Also, after he plugs them into the wall, you see how bright the lamps are. This gives you the principal visual reference level. Then when he plugs the OTPU, everyone notices the OTPU is lighting the lamps yes, but lower then when they were plugged into the wall. When we see 91 volts, we then accept the notion that the OTPU is putting OUT less voltage then the wall outlet and that is why the lamp lites less bright, lol. This distracts from the notion that if the lamp had batteries, it would in fact light brighter when plugged into the wall compared to when it was plugged on the added load of the OTPU. lol This would also explain why those scrawny four windings got hot to the touch. lol

Also when he plugged the second lamp onto the OTPU, this gives the impression that the device is putting OUT double the power, on demand. lol

He puts the meter on the OTPU. He never puts the meter on the load, hence the lamps. I think this would be a prerequesite when doing future demos. Put a meter on the load and show 0 volts when the switch is one way or the other.

So there is in fact a very good possibility that the OTPU never worked but as Jack said, he was looking for something else to attract his investors. Most likely, the TPU worked but not OU and he needed to go to the next level which became the small Donuts. Maybe the TPU made 45 volts of the 91 and batteries in the lamps closed the next level.

Question: Do you need less DC volts compared to AC volts to produce the same luminosity.

Then again, there is the other possibility that the device really works and further observation is the next choice. Which we are all doing now.

Good call.

@All

I am in the process of producing a comprehensive FTPU wiring diagram and when you see where the wires are going to and from the circuit boards, coils and loop rings, etc., this will give you a better understanding on how the device is put together. I took me a few days just to figure out how to portray the wiring in four levels (top up, top under, bottom up and bottom under) and decided finally to do it as if you had a 4 layer circuit board always looking from the top. This has simplified how to show the wiring perspective and is very revealing.

@otto

It will be worth it to wait another few days for this.

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #722 on: May 08, 2008, 05:46:16 PM »
I thought this was relevent to TPU.  http://montalk.net/notes/tesla-wireless-technology

Fausto.

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #723 on: May 08, 2008, 05:48:46 PM »
Nice diagrams.

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #724 on: May 08, 2008, 06:07:45 PM »
hey guys got a question for you all!!

if we have say low voltage and high amparage say like a car battery ...  12vdc x amps what is the polar oppsite to low voltage high amparage well it has to be hivoltage low amparage... do batteryies and caps not work as translating devices??

if this is the case could you not just......


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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #725 on: May 09, 2008, 12:09:21 AM »
@Janus 20


       Thankyou!  I briefly studied Walter Russel's work and came to an understanding of the octave arrangement of elements and the relavance of good conductors being a 7electron configuration with a weakly dipole bonded electron.   Free energy can be garnished from conversion of electron mass to translatory energy without neuclear fission or fusion.  This is easily explained by establishment physics using their own words and accepted doctrine.   Your work should be an inspiration to all who believe the world needs an energy revolution now.  Man's  of the plant world needs to end now.
Biofuel is bullshit.  What are we gonna breath and eat.  Just so oil companies don't have to invest in their distribution system to carry liquid hydrogen.  These idiots can't see beyond the next quarters corporate bottom line.  The Japaneese aren't messing around with biofuel,  they're producing hydrogen powered vehicles.  What could they have up their sleeve?  I suggest they have  Tesla transformer technology in place and plan on hydrolizing salt water. 
   As you stated the steam engine is the worst shit man ever came up with and needs to be melted down for the metals to make terrestrial powerd electrical converters.  Iron and copper bifilar windings excited with a hf pulse will accelerate a magnetic field in a predictable manner and garnish 10,000 fold the input energy from conversion of electron mass to translatory energy.  Anybody who tells you it can't be done is either an idiot or a liar.

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #726 on: May 09, 2008, 01:17:04 AM »
Good points Sparks.

Thanks.

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #727 on: May 09, 2008, 07:25:19 AM »
The people who believe a "HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban" thread is going no where, have clearly missed the point of the thread. It is general discussion of the video's, not a pure engineering thread. I think some people get caught up in the dynamics of it all, and forget the point in the first place.

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #728 on: May 09, 2008, 03:15:13 PM »
   In the open tpu it appears that sm has his voltmeter leads stuck in a coil perpendicular to the other two disks.  I am wondering if this coil acts like a current transformer winding does for changing current into voltage.  Wrapped around where the spin field would be producing lots of current.   Maybe someone could upload a picture of the optpu where he has the voltmeter leads stuck in. (Maybe the batteries are in the voltmeter. ;D

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #729 on: May 09, 2008, 05:50:07 PM »
@sparks

That's not a coil. It is a standard round speaker connection where you just hold down a red or black lever and insert the wire, or in this case his meter terminals.

@all

While I am maximizing my wiring diagram, I can say that the FTPU is composed of:

- top and bottom ring has a  center horizontal loop of three turns, lamp wire (maximum 16 awg) (collector)
- two vertical coils wound 180 degrees each of 18 awg wire (control coil) over the collector.
- one coil wound around 360 degrees on each ring using a thin wire. (feedback)
- the top ring and bottom rings are the same but the bottom ring is turned 90 degrees.
- one wire of each toroid coil is going to the circuit board
- one wire from each side of the top control coils is going to the circuit board.
- the two power output wires have two wires each,
- the negative output wire (left) has one bottom collector wire and one bottom feedback coil wire.
- the positive output wire (right) has one top collector wire and one top feedback coil wire.
- there is a wire going from the circuit board to the big white capacitor

I will work to finalize the diagram this weekend. It will show some of the control coil winding directions, etc.

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #730 on: May 09, 2008, 06:45:20 PM »
   @Wattsup

  One theory on dynamics to hardware hits the shit can. ;D

  The other day when the 3 legged packaged electronics component was being discussed, one of the obvious things not mentioned was it's size and lack of a heatsink.  (And it sure as hell wasn't a tube)
It looks like SM's oscillator ss device doesn't handle much power.  Just enough I speculate to get a hf spike/spikes to circumnavigate his dragless dynamo.

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #731 on: May 10, 2008, 06:52:37 AM »
@wattsup

thank you man for your efforts. I am unpatiently waiting for your diagram.

@the others that still believe in TPU

great guys, great job. Let's get this baby understood and soon getting it running.

@Those criticizing

spare us from reading nonsence and useless criticism. We are here really trying to change the world for better. Open a thread and call it "useless criticism" and excercise your finger muscles there as much as you want.

Fausto.

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #732 on: May 10, 2008, 07:32:03 PM »
Funny how one has to see something many times before it sinks in. I read Marco's PDF again yesterday and now understand that Jack Durban is right - SM did not invent this device. He reverse-engineered one that he acquired somewhere. Which leads to another point Jack made: There are other devices out there, therefore the TPU is definitely real and can be replicated. I feel certain that SM did at least some work of his own to improve the device and went through several discovery processes, like all of us here at Overunity.com are doing now.

If SM could do it, so can we.

Offline poynt99

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #733 on: May 10, 2008, 10:44:31 PM »
I read Marco's PDF again yesterday and now understand that Jack Durban is right - SM did not invent this device. He reverse-engineered one that he acquired somewhere.

what evidence is there that led you to believe this?

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Re: HIGH QUALITY TPU DVD Video Released from Jack Durban
« Reply #734 on: May 11, 2008, 02:19:18 AM »
HC-49U(?) Crystal?

(http://www.phonecotech.com/OverU/FTpuCrystal1.gif)

Take care.

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