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Author Topic: Some "relevant?" Observation and an an approach.  (Read 6844 times)

Offline Mannix

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Some "relevant?" Observation and an an approach.
« on: January 18, 2006, 12:17:21 AM »
Hi all,
There seems to be a positive correlation between the MRA and Steve Marks achievements.

Thanks Guys..

Quoting from the videos ? there is no mass electronics here it is just the way the coils are wound and the way they interact with each other?

And ? there is a pattern set up here like a jet turbine?

If we were to have another look at the MRA but instead of a bar magnet we were to use a torriod magnet eg speaker magnet I wonder whether we could resonate a ?spin? field?

Another observation from the videos is that the wire that is used in what I will call the ?exciter coil? is litz wire ..that is multi strands of individual fine wires.

Another  high possibility is that half the exciter is wound left hand and the other right hand ..a bit like a magnetic propeller blade. These would have to be phased very carefully to achieve balance and resonance.



Perhaps the MRA could drive itself if the magnetic loop could be closed and resonated to its source?

Any way guys that is my direction for the next few months I hope that we may crack this puzzle.

Thanks for all on this thread for your relevant observations.

A very special thanks to Steve Marks for what he has achieved .... as to the frauds..its the greed that causes fraud and this stuff is unsalable because it is priceless.. We should all understand that money is not what this is about.

I need to add something about the danger of black helicopters and the like.. They really are very dangerous.. because it means that your fear is distracting your from your inspiration  Thjs makes them the most destructive thing around.
Cheers
Lindsay Mannix


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Observations & Questions from Earl
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2006, 10:28:19 PM »
Hi Steven, hi Lindsay, hi All,

I am new to the forum and have some questions for Steven.

First off, thanks to Steven for helping us learn how to fish instead
of just throwing a fish at us.

1) At first I thought there were two or more generators feeding
multiple frequencies, say to a power FET gate, which excited a
"tickler coil".  By using multiple frequencies, a high peak to average
waveform would be generated. For example, a 5000 kHz oscillator
combined with a 5000.0073 kHz oscillator, but the oscillators and coil
driver would need power.

Now it seems to me that maybe there is no power supply at all, neither
for the small device nor for the large device.

My first question:
is there any power supply to start things off, or are there only
passive components that need no power supply?

I realize that once the unit starts generating power some of that
power could be used to supply a watchdog circuit to hinder
auto-destruction, my quesion is dealing with cold start-up. No
start-up power means no transistors or ICs feeding oscillator energy
into a "tickler" coil.

2) Does the big device need a "start-up & run" disturber magnet like
the small device?

3) Is the big device a scaled-up small device, or say a brother or
sister derivative?

4) Does the big device also stop working when turned upside-down?
4b) Did a video show the big device keep working when turned 90 degrees?

5) I can easily visualize how to wind two windings around a
non-metallic ring, whereby both windings are orthogonal to each other.
I can also visualize a third winding orthogonal to the other two, i.e.
all three windings orthogonal to each other.

Question:
do the devices use three windings that are all orthogonal to each other?

6) Is it possible to have a rotating magnetic field with no active
devices such as transistors, ICs, together with their power supply?

7) When you turn the small device upside-down, would the magnet fall
off if not held by your hand?

8) Once upside-down, if the disturber magnet is removed and then replaced
will the small device start-up again even if still upside-down?

If not, if the magnet is turned so that its polarity is reversed and then replaced
will the small device start-up again even if still upside-down?

Comment:  the disturber magnet seems to me to act like a drain plug in
a bathtub.  Pull the plug and a vortex movement begins to form;
reinsert the plug and the vortex stops.
Plug in = no magnet present  no vortex
Plug out = magnet is present  so is vortex
By the way, if you turn the bathtub upside-down, the vortex stops.

Lindsay, thanks for serving as intermediary and look forward to the
announced new video.

Best regards, Earl





Offline tishatang

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Re: Some "relevant?" Observation and an an approach.
« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2006, 07:23:56 AM »
Hi Lindsay and All,

I am new to this forum and didn't realize you had stated a new thread.
When I read about the MRA by Wootan and McClain some years ago, I was really excited.  To me it was like reading an adventure story as they explored their new discoveries.  At that time, the story was already a few years old, and I was reading a little bit of history.  I have not been excited about any of my readings since that time until I discovered this site.
Here was a chance to be part of a new discoverey as it unfolds.  I remembered the frequency of magnetic resonance and how it would nail down the use of Steven's starter magnet, and that is why I brought it to the attention of this forum.

Some of you will be researching the MRA story, and sacred geometry, platonic solids and weight loss will be new.   I will include this link for those of you who would like to stretch your mind along these directions.

http://www.divinecosmos.com/cms/content/view/95/36/

There is a lot of information here that I am sure Wootan and McClain could have used to explain their mysteries at the time.

May we all have a wonderful adventure.

Tishatang

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Re: Some "relevant?" Observation and an an approach.
« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2006, 07:23:56 AM »
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Re: Some "relevant?" Observation and an an approach.
« Reply #3 on: April 04, 2006, 07:49:53 AM »
Wow... thanks tishatang, going to take some time to read through it all, but  :o
« Last Edit: April 04, 2006, 08:58:25 AM by Superman »

Offline tishatang

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Re: Some "relevant?" Observation and an an approach.
« Reply #4 on: April 06, 2006, 10:57:18 AM »
Hi all,
Here is another link.  Somewhat related.
 Never know just what little bet of info is just the missing piece we are all looking for.
tishatang

http://www.energyscience.org.uk/le/Le27/Berlin.htm

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Re: Some "relevant?" Observation and an an approach.
« Reply #5 on: May 02, 2006, 06:47:51 PM »
"I can verify by basic electrical theory, have the quite remarkable effect of making the energy oscillations escalate in strength sufficiently to overcome the resistance loss problem"

I tried this  http://www.energyscience.org.uk/le/Le27/Berlin.htm Fig 2, using a tesla type coil and I can’t get the capacitors to work correct. I draw .10 ma from the battery and get only 80 % out after the caps become charged. I am going to try it with layden jars, they seem to work better with static electricity. Perhaps this circuit is based on static electricity which is created by the high voltage.

Camster 
« Last Edit: May 02, 2006, 06:58:22 PM by c0mster »

Offline HopeForHumanity

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Re: Some "relevant?" Observation and an an approach.
« Reply #6 on: June 04, 2008, 01:28:15 AM »
Oh, how much we have learned over the years! ;D

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Offline pauldude000

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Re: Some "relevant?" Observation and an an approach.
« Reply #7 on: July 08, 2008, 03:44:34 AM »
@Mannix

I was so sure I had it right.......
so sure......

In fact, I was full of the brown stuff. "TPU Uncovered" my ____.

Teaches me to read part of a thing in depth, only scanning over this or that part thinking it is irrelevant. I had a FEW things right.. UGGGH!

I just CAREFULLY read through all of SM's collective posts. It is truly amazing how much info he gave. TONS. Theory, construction, pretty much everything but the control circuits.

I have a growing pile of junk wannabe TPU's, that have taught me more about bizarre field effects, though they are worthless for energy production.

Time to start over from scratch.

@all else

WHERE did half of the garbage being posted come from?

Kicks? the "mysterious", "elusive" kicks? WHAT MYSTERY? RAED the entire pdf, and you find that SM explained what they are, why they are, and where they come from......

Hash? AGAIN SM described it in detail!
 
Man, I have to clear my head of a bunch of complete trash information, which was nothing but personal interpretation of terms where no interpretation was necessary as it was originally fully described.

After reading SM's words carefully, I am now doubting the claims of the "supposed" TPU experts here, whom many mis-quote the hell out of everything he said. I wonder now if they refuse to share schematics etc.., simply because they don't have anything and are now just playing games.

I cannot speak about anyone else, but I AM STILL SERIOUS. If I have to revise my understanding a thousand times, I will.

Paul Andrulis

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Re: Some "relevant?" Observation and an an approach.
« Reply #8 on: July 08, 2008, 06:16:38 AM »
If I have to revise my understanding a thousand times, I will.

Paul Andrulis

Sure about that?

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Re: Some "relevant?" Observation and an an approach.
« Reply #9 on: July 08, 2008, 07:26:08 AM »
@Grumpy

Absolutely.

There are two kinds of information.

1. Truth (Obvious value)
2. Trash (Worthless unless recyclable)

I personally prefer truth. One of the most commonly used sayings of mine is "What I KNOW today, may well be what I KNOW is false tomorrow."

Paul Andrulis

 

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