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Author Topic: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.  (Read 21631 times)

Offline RYCOM COMPUTERS

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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #30 on: November 13, 2008, 05:15:01 PM »
Two more things he talks about frequency sensitive 00:32:52:19 and Battery obsolete 00:34:14:05. In this link it talks about both. http://www.physorg.com/news100445957.html

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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #30 on: November 13, 2008, 05:15:01 PM »

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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #31 on: November 13, 2008, 10:53:31 PM »
You got Posts: 666  ;D

But the existence of such waves imply the existence of a medium, like....the ether?
What are your findings from the bench? Have you seen scalarwave effects?

Many scientists regard this as pseudoscience, but many of these people are too much in love with what they've learned to disregard it as incomplete, I guess.

I avoid magic words as they draw flies like dung. Pseudoscience is only that which has not been explained properly. I look for explanations that make sense.

Ether? Can you show me anything or anyplace that has absolutely no charge and no mass? Don't bother with descriptions of atomic particles or the supposed space between them. The jury is still out on those.

The vacuum of space is also up for grabs right now according to reports from NASA and the French.
So is there anything else that may qualify as absolute nothingness?
And what is zero potential? Zero in relation to what?

Have I seen the effects? You could say that. I can say my neighbors have seen the effects. Since then they found out what caused the damaged so I avoid high power  :)

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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #32 on: November 13, 2008, 11:04:12 PM »
IN THE VIDEO


00:08:27:20 – 00:08:37:07  Why does he not pick up the last two lights?

00:22:47:12- 00:23:35:14   The camera guy never looks behind him, and then they walk out side, but keep in mind where there heading. Across the street which is still In Line Of Sight.

Some one please look at this and tell me what you think?

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Many of the folks here made great efforts to figure how these things can be faked. There were some good tries. It is still very possible they were all faked. It is up to you to decide what to do with the information.

Editing? Probably. I have for a few different reasons. Why not S.M.?

Still in LOS? I thought the same but plotted the layout the best I could. RF LOS is not there. It doesn't matter anyway. If he was faking by using RF transmission behind his back he would need enough power to set his shirt on fire. If it was induction coupling where is the unshielded 15 ton transformer that would take?
If there was a power transmitter behind a wall - well - at that time that invention would be just as impossible as the TPU.

You should search the old TPU threads for the word 'fake'. You should find answers or opinions on anything you can think of.


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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #32 on: November 13, 2008, 11:04:12 PM »
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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #33 on: November 13, 2008, 11:08:53 PM »
Oh!

I still find it funny when these institutions venture into the realm that used to cause witch burning.

They light a light bulb over a short distance! Whoop De Doo!

I had a HAM show me how to do that when I was a kid. We used it to tune driven elements on huge Yagis and Log Periodic antennae. So three feet doesn't impress me.

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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #34 on: November 14, 2008, 02:28:21 AM »
Wasn't the guy on mythbusters who helped build their so called Bedini motor from MIT? How do you fuck up a Bedini if your an MIT grad? I'm a high school dropout and I did it on my first try! Maybe being stupid and uneducated isn't so bad after all. Am I too stupid to know what the rules and limitations are and that gives me the edge over MIT students?

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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #35 on: November 14, 2008, 03:45:15 AM »
Wasn't the guy on mythbusters who helped build their so called Bedini motor from MIT? How do you fuck up a Bedini if your an MIT grad? I'm a high school dropout and I did it on my first try! Maybe being stupid and uneducated isn't so bad after all. Am I too stupid to know what the rules and limitations are and that gives me the edge over MIT students?

Absolutely, Sir! The genius knows when not to join the others who jump off the bridge.
Wait! It doesn't take a genius? Then hows come so many are a jumpin? Baa-aaa-aaa...

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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #36 on: November 14, 2008, 04:54:38 PM »
I avoid magic words as they draw flies like dung. Pseudoscience is only that which has not been explained properly. I look for explanations that make sense.

Ether? Can you show me anything or anyplace that has absolutely no charge and no mass? Don't bother with descriptions of atomic particles or the supposed space between them. The jury is still out on those.

The vacuum of space is also up for grabs right now according to reports from NASA and the French.
So is there anything else that may qualify as absolute nothingness?
And what is zero potential? Zero in relation to what?

Have I seen the effects? You could say that. I can say my neighbors have seen the effects. Since then they found out what caused the damaged so I avoid high power  :)
I know 1 place which sometimes is void of all charge, but I need a neuroscientist or brainsurgeon to be sure.  ;)

"The vacuum of space is also up for grabs right now according to reports from NASA and the French."
Got any reading material of those? Don't know exactly what to google for.

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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #37 on: November 14, 2008, 04:57:57 PM »
Wasn't the guy on mythbusters who helped build their so called Bedini motor from MIT? How do you fuck up a Bedini if your an MIT grad? I'm a high school dropout and I did it on my first try! Maybe being stupid and uneducated isn't so bad after all. Am I too stupid to know what the rules and limitations are and that gives me the edge over MIT students?
If the stationary coils were High-voltage coils and they had put magnets on the wheel, then it would resemble the Peripeteia more that the Bedini motor.

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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #38 on: November 14, 2008, 05:17:27 PM »
If the stationary coils were High-voltage coils and they had put magnets on the wheel, then it would resemble the Peripeteia more that the Bedini motor.

i dont know about that .....


thane is only converting the hemf to magnetic and redirrecting the free magnetics to the rotor of the inducton motor thus causeing acceleration ......  insted of slowing shit down as we currently do!!!

bedini gets it electric you  do with it what you wish....  if you want acceleration ....  do it ...  if you it to self run do it...  if you want a battery charger do it .... 

im sure you get the idea...

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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #38 on: November 14, 2008, 05:17:27 PM »
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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #39 on: November 14, 2008, 05:55:44 PM »
i dont know about that .....


thane is only converting the hemf to magnetic and redirrecting the free magnetics to the rotor of the inducton motor thus causeing acceleration ......  insted of slowing shit down as we currently do!!!

bedini gets it electric you  do with it what you wish....  if you want acceleration ....  do it ...  if you it to self run do it...  if you want a battery charger do it .... 

im sure you get the idea...

ist
And, afaik, the redirection occurs by converting the emf in the coil to capacitance (not magnetic field).
At TDC the capacitance is discharged to current, and the induced opposing magnetic field is released at TDC, so repelling the magnets at TDC instead of before.
Or.. the released magnetic field only cancels out the attracting induced mag. field after TDC.
(but I'm going too offtopic now)

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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #40 on: November 14, 2008, 06:45:05 PM »
the colapse of the induced magnetic feild in the SHORTED OUT WIND of the bifillar coil causes the acceleration because the re or hemf is converted to electric and back to magnetics but in the coil thus the fe is used ...

agin i dont think any of my explanations are compleatly finished....  or correct as of yet...


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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
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Re: MIT vs. Steven Marks TPU.
« Reply #41 on: November 14, 2008, 07:20:17 PM »
I think you're correct, except for the bifilar. He doesn't use that..
Actually, FE isn't demonstrated yet in his motor, only acceleration  with input decrease, guess it is compensated with a decrease in torque, which is not tested.

 

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