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Author Topic: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device  (Read 272063 times)

Offline bboj

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #360 on: October 21, 2013, 07:23:46 AM »
I agree with your explanation. What is accordig to you the medium that Tesla disturbed with his TMT?

Offline Hoppy

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #361 on: October 21, 2013, 09:18:20 AM »

 In fact, it is possible that the
"co-founder/moderator" there encourages such
immature communication.

I agree!

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #362 on: October 21, 2013, 09:36:05 AM »
I agree with your explanation. What is accordig to you the medium that Tesla disturbed with his TMT?


Think! It's obvious. What is all around everyday in day and night and everywhere ? I have given explanation in 2009  >:( 

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #363 on: October 21, 2013, 05:02:21 PM »
My wife? But she was not arround at that time.

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #364 on: October 22, 2013, 07:37:56 PM »
No reply from A.King, maybe he doesn't know what it is that is hiding in plain sight to be able to explain it.

Anyway I'll leave it up to people to do their own research and find the explanations from Tesla if they like.

Regardless Tesla is not needed to see how it happens, anyone who has done experiments with two Tesla coils as a transmitter-transmission line-receiver would realize that.

Basically in my mind if people do not understand the way the Tesla world energy transmission system was intended to work then they ought to do more study.

I think my sketch in my previous post illustrates it as plain as a nose on a face.

A.King will fail to recognize the truth of the matter so he can do the same thing he did here over and over again, to induce false placed hype.

bboj, The media exited by Tesla's system would be the planet, or more to the point the L and C of the planet. When Tesla says the globe behaves like a conductor he meant it.

The globe behaves like a wire, it has inductance and capacitance and therefore it can be used as a "tank" or resonant energy storage device, this "tank" can be tapped by a receiver, but it only requires the transmitter to set the tank in motion. The energy can then be utilized by a Tesla receiver or by using two ground plates placed far apart so as to utilize the difference in potential between the two points. Using two ground plates and low frequency means the plates need to be a long way apart, even many miles , and this method is or was in fact used.

But using a Tesla receiver the full 1.4 WL distance is tapped in the receiver as it has a full 1/4 WL potential difference across it as long as it is placed at the correct distance and the system is "tuned".

Really it is very simple.

Cheers


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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #365 on: October 22, 2013, 08:22:54 PM »
SeaMonkey:

Your comments with respect to Hoppy's comments about rudeness on your EF thread:

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Well said Hoppy!  In fact, it is possible that the
"co-founder/moderator" there encourages such
immature communication.

It's funny how selective we can be, eh?  Do you recall the recent extreme rudeness and immaturity by someone else when we were discussing alleged "chem trails?"  You didn't seem to have any issue with that, no attempt was made by you to discourage it at all, which implies that you passively encouraged it.

MileHigh

Offline a.king21

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #366 on: October 22, 2013, 08:26:31 PM »
I'm not gonna respond to a-holes

Offline Farmhand

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #367 on: October 22, 2013, 08:52:13 PM »
I'm not gonna respond to a-holes

Ok fair enough, if that is your opinion of me then so be it, but I still don't know that is the case because you are still being vague even in that response.

What is it you mean by "a-holes" ? And who is the comment directed at ?

Anyway if it is me, then that is your opinion, but please do not try to use your opinion of me to hide behind, or use me as an excuse to avoid the issue and the valid question.

What is it that you are saying is hidden in plain sight ?

.........

Not to A.King.

And for the sake of a random comment. The insulting rhetoric and dismissive comments in the "Poll" thread about chemtrails, in my opinion originated from the side that is now complaining of it.

Here's a suggestion. Lets keep our opinions of each others psychological state to ourselves. Might help not to derail discussions into battles of who is bat crap crazy and who is not.  ;)

.. Just a suggestion.

..

P.S. To others, if A.King refuses to answer the question because I asked it then I respectfully request that some other person also asks for him to answer the question or poses the question themselves to him directly.

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Offline bboj

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #368 on: October 22, 2013, 09:10:25 PM »
No reply from A.King, maybe he doesn't know what it is that is hiding in plain sight to be able to explain it.

Anyway I'll leave it up to people to do their own research and find the explanations from Tesla if they like.

Regardless Tesla is not needed to see how it happens, anyone who has done experiments with two Tesla coils as a transmitter-transmission line-receiver would realize that.

Basically in my mind if people do not understand the way the Tesla world energy transmission system was intended to work then they ought to do more study.

I think my sketch in my previous post illustrates it as plain as a nose on a face.

A.King will fail to recognize the truth of the matter so he can do the same thing he did here over and over again, to induce false placed hype.

bboj, The media exited by Tesla's system would be the planet, or more to the point the L and C of the planet. When Tesla says the globe behaves like a conductor he meant it.

The globe behaves like a wire, it has inductance and capacitance and therefore it can be used as a "tank" or resonant energy storage device, this "tank" can be tapped by a receiver, but it only requires the transmitter to set the tank in motion. The energy can then be utilized by a Tesla receiver or by using two ground plates placed far apart so as to utilize the difference in potential between the two points. Using two ground plates and low frequency means the plates need to be a long way apart, even many miles , and this method is or was in fact used.

But using a Tesla receiver the full 1.4 WL distance is tapped in the receiver as it has a full 1/4 WL potential difference across it as long as it is placed at the correct distance and the system is "tuned".

Really it is very simple.

Cheers

Hi. Thanks for the response. I understand the principle of TMT and also the fact that he considers the earth as a conductor, but I allways had a problem with the 3d image of the disturbance. If we talk about the LC than that is an elecrtomagnetic field - an elastic electromagnetic field?

Offline MileHigh

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #369 on: October 22, 2013, 09:22:36 PM »
Farmhand:

It's not quite as simple as that.  If I say, "The idea of chem trails is nonsensical foolishness" and you believe in chem trails then I am not calling you a nonsensical fool.  I did not attack anyone personally, and I have the right to express my opinion.  I was personally attacked repeatedly and viciously and sometimes rather ridiculously with some crazy and offensive metaphors.  You had nothing to say about that either.

So you have to distinguish between discussing ideas and even the expression lots of derision about them, which is fine, and discussing people and attacking them, which is not fine.  If you believe in something that somebody else does not believe in and they state their opinion, you just have to deal with it in a normal way and and not spiral downwards into some dark cavern.

A.king made some nonsensical comments about Tesla shaking a building with some unknown device that are completely untrue and I said as much.  He is not responding and I don't care.  It's the truth that matters and when people irresponsibly say that resonance is an over unity process sometimes it's worth it to set the record straight and say that it's not an over unity process.  If that prevents some unknowing person from sending money to somebody like Daniel Nunez then so much the better.  That's a small victory for the truth and a victory for the person that did not fritter their money away on a coil for $600 that doesn't do anything remarkable at all.  They can buy a spool of wire at their local electronics store for $8.99 instead and chances are it will outperform the $600 Nunez coil.

MileHigh

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #370 on: October 22, 2013, 09:27:52 PM »
bboj, this is kinda off topic here, continued discussion on this subject should go to another thread, to respect the topic at hand for this thread, David deserves to have his thread topic respected.. Fairs fair. Umm and I think it's my bad so I must apologize to David. Sorry Dave.  :-[

I am quite willing to discuss how I "see" things and give my opinions in an appropriate thread, bboj, I actually really enjoy talking on the subject.  ;D

If you can jump this discussion to an appropriate thread then we can all discuss it, or at least those of us who wish to, can. Maybe a thread started by me is appropriate, I'll need to check.

Still not well, so I can't really do much at the moment other than "discuss" or "conceive".

Cheers

Offline a.king21

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #371 on: October 22, 2013, 09:35:55 PM »
OK  Well Tesla's main principle was resonance. He understood it from his early days when "practicing on skyscrapers". He also discovered "standing waves". He knew that he could create a resonant state which caused energy to appear from somewhere other than the circuit. I am not going to get into an argument about how. The point is that the phenomenon exists. In my opinion it is related to the law of entropy. 
In Tesla's writings he states plainly that his Wardencliffe device lost absolutely no power and sometimes gained power.
So it's all down to perceptions and schooling. It's very difficult to overturn a lifetime's education and there is no point in going there. I base all my statements on either experimental results, other people's experimental results or patents.
I count Tesla's experimental results as the no 1 source.
Hope this helps.
The reason I like the 3 battery thread is because it is related to Benitez's 4 battery patent which I have replicated, as have other experimenters. Benitez's device is approximately cop 2 less system losses. ie different battery behaviour; impedance miss-matches and the like.

Offline Magluvin

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #372 on: October 23, 2013, 01:14:46 AM »
Farmhand:

It's not quite as simple as that.  If I say, "The idea of chem trails is nonsensical foolishness" and you believe in chem trails then I am not calling you a nonsensical fool.  I did not attack anyone personally, and I have the right to express my opinion.  I was personally attacked repeatedly and viciously and sometimes rather ridiculously with some crazy and offensive metaphors.  You had nothing to say about that either.

So you have to distinguish between discussing ideas and even the expression lots of derision about them, which is fine, and discussing people and attacking them, which is not fine.  If you believe in something that somebody else does not believe in and they state their opinion, you just have to deal with it in a normal way and and not spiral downwards into some dark cavern.

A.king made some nonsensical comments about Tesla shaking a building with some unknown device that are completely untrue and I said as much.  He is not responding and I don't care.  It's the truth that matters and when people irresponsibly say that resonance is an over unity process sometimes it's worth it to set the record straight and say that it's not an over unity process.  If that prevents some unknowing person from sending money to somebody like Daniel Nunez then so much the better.  That's a small victory for the truth and a victory for the person that did not fritter their money away on a coil for $600 that doesn't do anything remarkable at all.  They can buy a spool of wire at their local electronics store for $8.99 instead and chances are it will outperform the $600 Nunez coil.

MileHigh

"If I say, "The idea of chem trails is nonsensical foolishness" and you believe in chem trails then I am not calling you a nonsensical fool."

If Farmhand believes in chem trails, then you are calling him a fool. What is nonsensical is making a statement like "The idea of chem trails is nonsensical foolishness" as if the "idea" and words like "nonsensical" and "foolishness", to describe what exactly? A rock? A wall? A wall and a rock, with ideas, a lack of sense and full of foolishness??? Then basically telling the person you are saying that to, that you didnt mean them, even though they believe in chem trails while being in the same conversation??  Yeah right. :P ;D

"A.king made some nonsensical comments about Tesla shaking a building with some unknown device that are completely untrue and I said as much."

Prove it.  Prove that it didnt happen. You cant. You have no literature or facts to back up your statement "completely untrue".   

But yet you are sooo sure of yourself. Its a good thing many here know your ways, and see through the weeds that you try to plant. ;)


"It's the truth that matters and when people irresponsibly say that resonance is an over unity process sometimes it's worth it to set the record straight and say that it's not an over unity process."

1  Show me the 'truth' evidence that Tesla never had a pocket sized tapper and never put it on that building. Where is your truth that proves the story never happened???  I mean like, you say the truth matters. Well, other than what 'you think' or 'feel' or 'imagine' where is your proof that the tapper story didnt happen..   lol. You cant.   So its not truth. It is only your opinion. :P


"sometimes it's worth it to set the record straight and say that it's not an over unity process."

When is it not worth it?  Maybe your "sometimes" should be "always worth it" , as that is your game. ;) :P

Mags


Offline Magluvin

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #373 on: October 23, 2013, 01:20:12 AM »
I have the right to express my opinion. 

And so do I. ;)   No matter what PMs you send me not to respond to you.   :P ;)

Mags

Offline Magluvin

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Re: David Bowling's Continuous Charging Device
« Reply #374 on: October 23, 2013, 01:50:35 AM »
OK  Well Tesla's main principle was resonance. He understood it from his early days when "practicing on skyscrapers". He also discovered "standing waves". He knew that he could create a resonant state which caused energy to appear from somewhere other than the circuit. I am not going to get into an argument about how. The point is that the phenomenon exists. In my opinion it is related to the law of entropy. 
In Tesla's writings he states plainly that his Wardencliffe device lost absolutely no power and sometimes gained power.
So it's all down to perceptions and schooling. It's very difficult to overturn a lifetime's education and there is no point in going there. I base all my statements on either experimental results, other people's experimental results or patents.
I count Tesla's experimental results as the no 1 source.
Hope this helps.
The reason I like the 3 battery thread is because it is related to Benitez's 4 battery patent which I have replicated, as have other experimenters. Benitez's device is approximately cop 2 less system losses. ie different battery behaviour; impedance miss-matches and the like.

Hey Aking

I got a few things together today to build what we were talking about earlier to simulate the tapper and a resonant structure.  Will be trying either a tall plexi strip with a weighted top and maybe try weighted top and middle, for a resonant wiggle. lol  I imagine the building may have had some standing waves and not necessarily just a waving of the top. ;D

This will be a neat lil project and wont cost much or take too much time to do.

I thought about repeated bending of the plexi strip maybe causing stress cracks at the square edges, so Ill be rounding the long straight edges. When bending plexi with heat, rounding the edges helps the bent edge not bulge out beyond the planned radius, as there are different stresses at the edges than the middle of the bend. So the rounding should keep those bending stresses down when the thing gets swingin. ;D


Should have a base and upright pen together tomorrow at lunch or after work. Ive got a coil I made that I want to try here for a gen pick up that is wound with 42awg. Its 4.49kohm 1.63 H.  It produces nice high voltage in a small cap with one pass of a mag. So we can use that charge to pulse the drive coil near the base.

 

This will be fun. ;D ;)   

Mags