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### Author Topic: Patent approval for new (SDC) Electrical Current  (Read 5168 times)

#### Wildbill7459

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##### Patent approval for new (SDC) Electrical Current
« on: August 03, 2008, 08:40:41 AM »
Clear Energy, Inc., a small R&D company in Baltimore, Maryland has been issued a notice of allowance from the US Patent Office for a new electrical current. It has been over 100 years since the last patented electrical current was issued by the US Patent Office.

Alternating current (AC) is described as electric current that flows for an interval of time in one direction and then in the opposite direction; that is, a current that flows in alternately reversed directions through or around a circuit. The polarities of electrodes are constantly reversing with current direction.

Direct current (DC) is described as electrical current that flows in one direction, and does not reverse its flow as alternating current does. The electricity produced by a (DC) battery is direct current. The polarities of electrodes remain constant.

But, what would happen if you have a polarity reversal that caused (DC) currents to reverse direction within two or more electrodes without reversing the anode (+) and cathode (-) power supply polarity? The result is a new current called ?Sully Direct Current?(SDC)?. It is named after the inventor John T. Sullivan.

Sully Direct Current (SDC)? is described as electrical current that flows for an interval of time in one direction and then in the opposite direction; that is, two or more current paths flowing in alternately reversed directions through or around a circuit. The plus (+) and minus (-) supply polarities of electrodes remain constant same as a (DC) battery, the polarities within the electrodes are reversing causing an alternating reversing multi-directional currents similar to (AC). Alternating Current (AC) and (SDC)? both have current reversal,(AC) reverses anode and cathode supply polarity when it changes current direction (SDC)? changes current direction without swapping the anode and cathode supply lines. The Plus (+) anode side and the (-) cathode negative side of the power supply remain unchanged; this is the main difference between AC and (SDC). Sully Direct Current (SDC)? can reverse currents at full voltage or zero volts to produce tuned counter EMF forces,(AC) typically reverse its current at zero volts. Sully Direct Current (SDC)? is measured in (Sully Watts)?. The Voltage across the Anode (+) and cathode (-) is measured with a (DC) Volt meter, the current is measured in series between electrodes with an (AC) current meter.

The SDC current changes direction so does the magnetic fields that creates multi-directional forces. A tuned resonator circuit can creates vibrations on the electrodes; this action shakes the electrodes and significantly increases the release of the hydrogen bubbles resulting in more efficient production of pure Hydrogen and Oxygen. It would not be feasible to use (AC) to create this mechanical action; the gases would mix as polarities are swap creating an unstable gas. The illustration below explains how SDC? works. Studies are continuing to develop new applications for this revolutionary new voltage in many disciplines such as lighting, semi-conductors, capacitors, gravity experiments, fusion, particle accelerators, motors, hydrogen generators, fuel cells, batteries, water purifiers and medical applications.
The Inventor is hoping that SDC? currents will open new doors to scientific discoveries and products that were not possible with (AC) and (DC). Patent pending all rights reserved. 6,890,410 ?SDC? and ?Sully Volts??Sully Watts? are a registered Trade Marks of Sullivan.

Well........... I think I will go drink a beer now...............

#### TheOne

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##### Re: Patent approval for new (SDC) Electrical Current
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2008, 04:00:56 PM »
Good patent, what I try to understand is how the current can flow from one battery (+) to another one (-). It maybe only work with a very high switching?

Because as you know if you check with a voltmeter the current you will see nothing using this configuration. If that work with a very high switching its interesting...

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##### Re: Patent approval for new (SDC) Electrical Current
« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2008, 05:25:38 PM »
@TheOne
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Good patent, what I try to understand is how the current can flow from one battery (+) to another one (-). It maybe only work with a very high switching?
The two sources of (+) and (-) to the circuit do not need to be two sources, they can be one and the same
That is a battery (+) supplying both (+) terminals in the circuit and the battery (-) supplying both (-) terminals in the circuit, in which case all kinds of interesting things could happen if perhaps a center-tapped large self-inductance coil were utilized LOL, I like this patent there is much more here than the patent is telling us. But of course the patent is complete nonsense as a conventional current which should move through a circuit in a different way does not change the fact the current is still conventional current in every way.

#### BEP

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##### Re: Patent approval for new (SDC) Electrical Current
« Reply #3 on: August 03, 2008, 09:27:21 PM »
When this came out it gave me a good chuckle.

I understand the switching. It is no different than an 'H' switch for alternating a DC supply through a circuit, with one exception. The circuits displayed on the patent show all circuits as 'open', at least in conventional terms.
A key ingredient seems to be the dielectric. Was this his way of blowing past the patent system's normal rejection?
'High speed switching'? If the dielectric wasn't part of it then, yes. I don't think he is alternating the current as much as he is alternating the charge.

If nothing else it appears to be a slick way of putting your name on something Mother Nature already does

#### Paul-R

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##### Re: Patent approval for new (SDC) Electrical Current
« Reply #4 on: August 04, 2008, 03:50:28 PM »

dupicate

#### Paul-R

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##### Re: Patent approval for new (SDC) Electrical Current
« Reply #5 on: August 04, 2008, 03:51:29 PM »
On page 31, his claims begin. All of them start with "Apparatus for generating.....". Where
does he say that he is patenting some sort of funny watt? It reminds me of IBM trying to
patent the number 400 when they brought out their AS400 range of mini computers.
Paul.