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Author Topic: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)  (Read 260062 times)

Offline Tito L. Oracion

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #45 on: December 25, 2009, 08:52:20 AM »
HO SO ? Does it mean I'm wrong or I'm right but actually implementing it is also easy ?

Ya! actual implementation is very easy. a very simple arrangement.

a very simple invention!

actually we have two methods to do that but one behavior.
but there are a lot of variation when you discover that.


Merry Christmass!!!!  ;D  ;D  ;D  ;D  ;D  ;D  ;D

« Last Edit: December 25, 2009, 09:12:48 AM by Tito L. Oracion »

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Offline Tito L. Oracion

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #46 on: December 25, 2009, 09:07:27 AM »
@ all

I am here also to help, but i don't want to tell that simple important thing.

I have made a lot of research in amplification, read a lot of books and i just found out the answer is very easy, i just discover that last december 9, 2009 2 am in the morning, when i kept on thinking how to amplify this two parts of electricity. 

and you know what? i am the most happiest man in the world in that day.

i'm sorry if i cannot just give it right away because its my hard work.
but what i'm telling you is truth.

i actually discover or maybe rediscover the first method a long time ago, and the easy one is just this december.

the notes of tesla in colorado spring really helps a lot in maybe rediscovering that simple amplification.

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL

BYE  ;D

Offline jadaro2600

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #47 on: December 25, 2009, 09:28:33 AM »


   I wasn't ranting at Jadareo but particle physics is running out of shit to come up with to explain it's failures at a grandunification theory.  Enough is enough.  Do we need to spend billions on Cern to proove some theoretical mathmaticians computer generated bullshit.  The whole quantom physics realm of science is based on mathmatical probablities.  You cant get to the essence of an event by looking at it's effects.  The best gamblers I know try.  They lose even when the odds are in their favor.  There is the chaos element in any situation.  I love it.  Makes life exciting.

Very true, I have heard about the diodes as well.  It would be interesting to see some articles about them.

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
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Offline forest

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #48 on: December 25, 2009, 04:24:51 PM »
I'm SHOCKED!  :o

This knowledge is older that I thought. Look here : http://www.energeticforum.com/renewable-energy/5132-1872-elihu-thomson-anyone-got-document-scientific-american-1872-a.html#post78728

even Edison found it !

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #49 on: December 26, 2009, 02:14:06 AM »
@ all

I am here also to help, but i don't want to tell that simple important thing.

...

i'm sorry if i cannot just give it right away because its my hard work.
but what i'm telling you is truth.

Heh, somehow I do not see it. Being here to help and withholding information are polar opposites. Either help period, or don't say anything and keep it to your self.

This bate tossing game gets a few people hooked here and there but achieves nothing. Or are you doing this for some kind of personal gratification or satisfaction (not that I care, whatever rocks your boat, as they say)?

Besides, if you REALLY think you know something important and plan to cash on it, think again. Most likely you will not be allowed to do anything commercial at all, but that would be the least of your worries at that time, as they will make sure you don't even get a chance.

If it is your hard work, as you say it, then the only way I see you can hope to be remembered by is to disseminate the knowledge freely and as widely as possible. The truth and facts can not be sequestered once they get a life of their own...

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
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Offline infringer

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #50 on: December 26, 2009, 02:27:34 AM »
No need to feel sorry many of us have all worked hard for all of our lives...

But in the end we do this to give and provide this is the whole reason behind hard work it is not any other reason the money we get is just a means to an end!

Take care and one day you will share with us your hard work there may be a day when the population is worthy of such a discovery but do it on your own terms when you feel is important while I can not think of a better time to share such a discovery I am sure you have your reasons I just hope it is not selfishness nor greed as it has been for some.

These are trying times in the world today I'd like to give you the Nike shoes slogan and tell you to follow it but it is a choice of your own to follow your own path I can respect that.

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Offline Magluvin

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #51 on: December 26, 2009, 11:33:11 AM »
I read through some of the Colorado Springs notes. Tesla makes many references to what he calls the "extra coil", even including quotes a lot of the time. One circuit was very interesting to me there. It had a dc source, not a battery as shown, and one lead went to 1 cap then to another larger cap then a coil then back to the dc source all in series. There was a make and break point just after the first cap, to the other end of the dc source.
What was interesting to me was my idea of using caps in series with battery, using the battery as a potential spring where by the dc would really never be depleted due to the cap. Well this circuit makes a whole lot of sense to my idea, and I see it has already been done. The coil in Teslas circuit is labled Primary, in which I would suspect that a secondary would be used to absorb the oscillations from the primary, but it doesnt show a secondary. But it does seem to show the use of a dc source while not depleting it because the dc cannot flow though the 1st cap, yet the charge in that cap can be used to set up oscilation in the second cap and primary by way of the make and break points.
Havent read it all, there is a lot. But Im glad I checked it out. Thanks Tito for the reference.
Magluvin

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Offline bboj

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #52 on: December 26, 2009, 02:30:18 PM »
This is one of the two ways Tito was refering to. This one is capacitive. The other is inductive. Isn't it so TIto?

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #53 on: December 26, 2009, 09:18:03 PM »
@Tito,

I have seen you playing around with people's belief and hope. Still. apart from your saying nothing you have ever demonstrated.

My oppinion is that you are a deprived geek that seeks approvement and attention by others. Get layed and stfu.

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #54 on: December 27, 2009, 01:26:33 AM »
Actually I think Tito is showing us something. True they are only clues, but the Colorado springs notes appears to be a winner. If I had not known some things to look for, the circuits in the notes may have just been bypassed, by myself, as just simple old school receiver/transmitter circuits. But the circuit I described earlier has an uncanny sense of freebe in it. I have not tried it yet, but I will atempt it soon. In the circuit, whether the make and break switching is on or off, there is never a conductive connection between the negative and positive sides of the DC source. Yet when the switching happens, currents do flow, or fluctuate, in the caps and coil, yet never depleting the dc source of current flow, but just a borrowing of the presure available.
There may have to be a resonant switching freq for it to work properly, not sure yet, but it clearly has a function without depleting the source.
Tesla was a tricky bugger. Showing without completely explaining.

Magluvin

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #55 on: December 27, 2009, 03:31:59 AM »
     Tesla teaches us time and time again the correlation between the mechanical world and the electrical world.  Please contemplate this.  Two capacitor plates do not weigh the same amount when charged.  A piece of copper wire changes physical dimensions upon being pulsed.  A piece of copper wire can be visualized as a doped semiconductor.  When first energised the holes in the electron valence shells are caused to move instantaneously through the atomic matrix well before any mass moves.  Gravity will now accelerate one end of the wire differently then the other creating torque.  The electron cloud is a reality.  The cloud circulating a vacuum just like a solid matrix circulates a hole.

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Offline Magluvin

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #56 on: December 27, 2009, 04:15:00 AM »
My Great Grandfather was an inventor, as was my Grandfather. Gr. Grand Dad had involvements with Westinghouse back then and maybe some with Tesla. He had 2 electric motors connected at the shaft and all wires went to a box with a switch on it. Turn on the switch and give a spin of the shaft and it kept accelerating.
He had shown it around town and was soon threatened by people and was told not to show it any longer. So he tossed the box and that was the end of that. My Grandfather told me this many times. But Im not certain that the box was the key, though he made it seem that way.
But this has had me going since I was a kid. And there was no big transformers, antenna, or crazy high voltage involved, at least no streamers or lightning. So I believe that it can be done on lower voltage scales and at variable freq, if necessary at all.
But I am intent on finding out what he had going there, whether it was in the box, or the motors were built a certain way.

Magluvin

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #57 on: December 27, 2009, 04:15:36 AM »
So this is phase change with conservation of energy. Could happen if you conductor was wide enough and the field was strong enough.

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #58 on: December 27, 2009, 05:14:13 AM »
  Magluvin

    I want to try a resonant tank circuit but instead of just a plain old coil take an ac motor and load her down.  This should stabilize the inductance part and the capacitance will have to be a capacitor bank.  A small dc pulse should be enough to take care of any wave damping due to resistance of the tank.  No idea yet how to limit the current oscillating between motor and cap bank though.  Tesla often shows circuits where he mentions that the currents in the resonant circuit is thousands of times that of the supply current.   Need some kind of current and voltage sensing to disrupt the resonance and dump the power into some lightbulbs or something to get rid of the excess otherwise I will end up with a burnt out motor winding or a blown up capacitor bank.  Westinghouse found out about resonance trying to connect his alternators to transmission lines that had the right capacitance matched to the generator inductance as welll as the Colorado Springs utility suppliers

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Re: Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter (amplify electricity)
« Reply #59 on: December 27, 2009, 05:38:48 AM »
Sparks
Well now you are talking my language. I have been interested in ac induction motors also since I read about the Peirce Arrow Tesla worked on. So in the situation you are pondering, could you not find a way to store the extra energy for use elsewhere? From what you wrote, it seems to be in line with my Gr. Grandfathers motors, as it went faster and faster, meaning that the power buildup was seemingly never ending. In many of Teslas setups, spark gaps seem to keep things at a certain level, other than the reasons for use of the spark gaps as he mostly claims.
Draining off some of the extra energy and storing it would be a way of not wasting a drop while still keeping things under control.
Mags

 

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