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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #75 on: July 15, 2008, 06:49:21 AM »

Otherwise every single resonant frequency circuit built would be producing the desired effects...... Radio's, TV's, Computers, etc.... Yet, they amazingly DON'T.
END OF ADDITION:

It is amazing how everyone states the TPU puts out DC.

In the video copy I bought from JDO300 (the high-quality version), it is amazing how he makes the statement DC at 5Khz, then when prompted quickly states "No, it is A.C... For all intents and purposes it is D.C."

Paul Andrulis

you put in plused dc... it returns a few diffrent things dc ac orbit!! re etc

but the reason i quoted you is because  tv, radios, computers are GROUNDED OUT!! to discard insted of capture and reuse

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Re: Hubbard coil
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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #76 on: July 15, 2008, 11:42:27 AM »
Howdy Y'all,

So Grumpy, you have a working Hubbard Coil, that you built with your own hands?  I have never seen a Hubbard coil with an automotive distributor on it.  That idea is absurd.  Your applying 10s of kilovolts to the primaries and what comes out 100s of kilovolts?  I have so many devices that need 100,000 volts input power.  This device is a current generator, I didn't say that it requires high current to start it.  This is supposed to be a self sustaining generator that we can hook up to our appliances to and run them directly.  Hubbard never mentioned needing a power converter to adjust the output power to the correct voltage and phase.  I know I had a major epiphany concerning this device, and I do understand it.  If you cannot see what I see, you don't have to ridicule me.  Inferring that I look at the world with some electric arc colored glasses is also wrong.  I am a seasoned professional in electronic and electrical physics.  I earn my living knowing what I am talking about, not dreaming up some fantasy circuit in a science fiction novel.  The only thing that melted here is my respect for you...

Blessed Be Brothers...

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #77 on: July 15, 2008, 03:44:19 PM »
That is really interesting, as I have read tons of Tesla's works, both early and late, and have never come across this assertion. It would be great if you could provide a source for this Grumpy sir.


This is from this book:
http://www.tfcbooks.com/tesla/nt_on_ac.htm

You can also see this proven in Richard Hull's work with Tesla Magnifiers. A two-coil resonant coil system can never achieve what a magnifier can.


Concerning the impact resonance, yes self-limiting resonance is achieved. However, this resonance is self destructive, and doesn't provide squat.

ADDED CONCERNING ABOVE STATEMENT:
Otherwise every single resonant frequency circuit built would be producing the desired effects...... Radio's, TV's, Computers, etc.... Yet, they amazingly DON'T.
END OF ADDITION:

It is amazing how everyone states the TPU puts out DC.

In the video copy I bought from JDO300 (the high-quality version), it is amazing how he makes the statement DC at 5Khz, then when prompted quickly states "No, it is A.C... For all intents and purposes it is D.C."

Paul Andrulis

Impact oscillations are self-limiting in your world perhaps. 

In SM's letters to Lindsay, which are later than the videos, he states that the output of a TPU is DC with "hash".

The output could be DC or AC depending on the configuration.  For DC you push in one direction, for AC you push back and forth - so-to-speak.

Radios, TVs, other electronic devices do produce "a field" other than electric and magnetic, but they are not produced in such a way that will produce the desired results.

A couple more years of working on this and you may be more receptive.

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Re: Hubbard coil
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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #78 on: July 15, 2008, 03:53:27 PM »
i agree with grumpy

the out put is what ever you designed it for.....

listen switch amparage through your hubbard coil  ;D

then you see the light  8)  bring your shades  ;D

even 1 amp :D

so now you see da light stand up for your right .....  marley

ist

im just getting sick ....   too much bs round here it is far easyer then you all think...

wake up already

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #79 on: July 15, 2008, 04:20:04 PM »
So Grumpy, you have a working Hubbard Coil, that you built with your own hands?
Don't need one, and I'm not ready to lose time on AG stuff to build one at the moment.  Although, a very small one, about the size of a drink coaster, pulsed via a buzzing relay would not take long to do.  I just noticed that the EM and ring resonator approach was wrong.  Ring resonators usually take two inputs phased 90 degrees apart.  Peter Ceperley developed one that only needs one input by using a perterbation - quite interesting.  Coil sections in a continuous ring as well as capacitors are required - see third image below.


I have never seen a Hubbard coil with an automotive distributor on it.  That idea is absurd.  Your applying 10s of kilovolts to the primaries and what comes out 100s of kilovolts?  I have so many devices that need 100,000 volts input power. 

You have never seen a working Hubbard device anymore than anyone else alive has - so you can only guess and make assumptions like everyone else.  See images below for the distributor and try to explain it away.  Hubbard used 11,250 volt power supply - a 10kv oil burner ignition transformer would suffice.  Hell, a CW voltage multiplier would probably work, as would a flyback rectified.  Plenty of schemtics online for these.

This device is a current generator, I didn't say that it requires high current to start it.  This is supposed to be a self sustaining generator that we can hook up to our appliances to and run them directly.  Hubbard never mentioned needing a power converter to adjust the output power to the correct voltage and phase.  I know I had a major epiphany concerning this device, and I do understand it.  If you cannot see what I see, you don't have to ridicule me.  Inferring that I look at the world with some electric arc colored glasses is also wrong.  I am a seasoned professional in electronic and electrical physics.  I earn my living knowing what I am talking about, not dreaming up some fantasy circuit in a science fiction novel.  The only thing that melted here is my respect for you...

Blessed Be Brothers...

The Hubbard device is a "conversion device".   Who said the motor used was an AC motor?  It could have been DC.  The specs for the motor are never given other than the HP.  If you follow conventional thinking and theories, you will wind up at the same dead end as everyone else.  Credentials don't matter.  Educated people are the hardest to change.  It's like the incomplete knowledge that they were taught works against them.

I apologize for any ridicule.  Respect for me is not required.  I place little value on things like that and could care less what people think.

Here is an article by Gaston Burridge regarding the Hubbard device:
http://www.rafoeg.de/20,Dokumentenarchiv/10,Personenbezogenes_Archiv/,Hubbard_Alfred/The%20Hubbard%20Energy%20Transformer%20by%20Gaston%20Burridge.pdf

See the two images and the component anotations?


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Re: Hubbard coil
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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #80 on: July 15, 2008, 04:33:03 PM »
hears 1 more tip ...

caps and diodes are not needed

did tesla use a diode??

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i can see engery enter the system WITHOUT THE USE OF A DIODE AND A CAP


hummmm




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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #81 on: July 15, 2008, 04:41:00 PM »
Howdy Grumpy,

This Hubbard Coil is steeped in legend.  No one knows what the thing is really supposed to be anymore.  There are lots of theoretical designs.  I can say for sure that I am sick of all the theories, and want to get something down in hard physics.  BTW, I am self educated, stayed as far away from the system as I could.  That is why, at this point, I have to break away from Hubbard theories and pursue my own path.  I know what is in my mind will work.  But there is no sense in me calling my device a Hubbard Coil any longer because I have moved away from what that is apparently.  My device is a ring oscillator augmented by Soft Particle physics.  It looks a lot like a Hubbard Coil, but my reason for it collecting additional power is quite different.

So what is this AG stuff you are working on.  I am very interested in Inertia Canceling Devices and Bifield Brown Thrusters.   FTL would be cool also.

Blessed Be Brothers...

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #82 on: July 15, 2008, 04:45:33 PM »
Did Paul have a Hubbard Like device?

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #83 on: July 15, 2008, 04:53:03 PM »
Check this patent, as it looks similar.  Pat2pdf.com works great.

4,835,433.

I tried uploading it to here, but it is too large.

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Re: Hubbard coil
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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #84 on: July 15, 2008, 05:10:13 PM »
Howdy Grumpy,

This Hubbard Coil is steeped in legend.  No one knows what the thing is really supposed to be anymore.  There are lots of theoretical designs.  I can say for sure that I am sick of all the theories, and want to get something down in hard physics.  BTW, I am self educated, stayed as far away from the system as I could.  That is why, at this point, I have to break away from Hubbard theories and pursue my own path.  I know what is in my mind will work.  But there is no sense in me calling my device a Hubbard Coil any longer because I have moved away from what that is apparently.  My device is a ring oscillator augmented by Soft Particle physics.  It looks a lot like a Hubbard Coil, but my reason for it collecting additional power is quite different.

So what is this AG stuff you are working on.  I am very interested in Inertia Canceling Devices and Bifield Brown Thrusters.   FTL would be cool also.

Blessed Be Brothers...

Look at the pdf I linked.  The Hubbard device is not so different from the TPU or a Tesla Magnifier.  What other means of energy magnification is known, other than what is termed "radiant electricity" or "radiant current" or "radiant energy"?

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #85 on: July 15, 2008, 05:18:44 PM »
ITS ALL THE SAME DAMN THING ALL OF IT !!!!  PEORID

ALL FREE ENGERY TESLA DEVICES  WORK ON HIS LIL KICK  ;D

DUH!!

how can you make a big kick?? or thousands of em?  with high power out put??  humm

useing 1 /100th of the out put  can it be done of course it can!!

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wheres the proof lol TESLA DID IT 

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #86 on: July 15, 2008, 05:35:25 PM »
These are definately good times and dark times.

I showed a scope shot.
I showed youtubes showing the circuit.
I posted many scope shots of the artifact.
You all were supposed to jump on that then!

I got fast and excited about how the effect could be made better and better.
I kept reconnecting the device objects in different ways. Most showed promise.

There are posts that show interest.
There are posts that show disdaine.
There are posts that show commaderie.
There are posts that show false duplicity.

I can talk about artifacts from the last 2 years. Some posters think they are new.
There is alot to learn if you are starting out. Past that point I have been focusing on similar patterns of artifacts so I can instantly see what category of operation is present.

Stan Deyo said Pulsed DC in an email we corresponded on. Yes, that is right, I contacted him. And he responded graciously. I also asked him if I could relay the information publicly. He responded 'Yes'. He lives just down the highway from me.

January 2007 I read Leedskalnin and Emery. Last August, Innovation point out the Leedskalnin PMH. I cut iron wire and bundled it. In May 2008, Poster 'X' said 'Think Leedskalnin'. I pulled the PMH out and start hooking it up. I threw rat shack coils on it. Viola! Artifact. 'That was easy'.
Did you hear alot from me? No. I just plodded along into the unknown. What makes the unknown? We have all the info we need. In some respects we even have the people available. We even have documented tests. We just have to put a real test in front of our faces. Thats all.

I don't see any other matching results appearing from other posters. Sine waves, squares waves? It's all good. AC sine waves cross ground. DC sine waves are above ground by some bias level. Thats all. The DC input keeps the subatomic structures aligned in one direction overall. The AC lets the field jack back and forth essentially cancelling any accumulative effect. There by causing heat also.

Now throw in resonance to cause a huge wave effect of the induction. Did you ever do a bellyflop? Everything above 22 feet is concrete. Land wrong and you will find out how hard a soft surface can be. Same rules, different place. What do the parallel coils feel when the main is smacked? A bellyflop from 22 feet can kill you.

Who gives a damn what can't be done. You have been told a lie all your lives.
Nobody replied about pulsing magnetic fields into the ground or into the sky. Hello?

I have a new application for a micrwave oven sized stungun powered off cylinder 1 spark plug lead. Put it in your car trunk and whenever you see a fellow driver on a cell phone just press the button. Zap! Hello? is anybody there? One ringy dingy, 2 ringy dingy. Applications abound.

--giantkiller. Echoes should keep you awake...

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #87 on: July 15, 2008, 06:04:42 PM »
lets talk ed and emery a min...  shall we?

emery traped electricy in iron  ed did it in iron and copper

and then there is me i did it in both :P

the point is you can trap it make it work then pull off the power through resonance..  you also can easly control the trapped electricty  8)

how kick it in the ass......

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oh remember when you pull power through resosanace or  TUNED COILS there is 0 LOSS

some where you will find teslas own words that that state this ...

so for plain english

your traped engery will not slow down under load :o  meaning you can pull power from it for free  8)

do tell me im wrong agin ....

go STUDY MPI  !!!

same damn thing

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #88 on: July 15, 2008, 11:28:17 PM »
check out this posting about the hubbard coil, it's a transcript of the newspaper article from 1920 or so.

Note towards the botom of the article, that the secret is realy in how you start it.    In many respects this device is so much simpler and the variables that need to be figured out, so much less.    It tells us plainly it has eight electromagnets with primary and secondary COPPER coils on it,  central steel core with a coil around it, and that it's started in a special way. 

Don't get deceived by the radiation explanations which came much later and are no doubt a diversion.

http://amasci.com/freenrg/hubbard1.txt

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #89 on: July 16, 2008, 12:16:02 AM »
@emd

i see 2 coils copper and some steel do you ?

 :D

im kinda thinking cascade effect ...   8 of eh  pay for 1  and run 7  hummmm


 

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