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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #180 on: April 10, 2009, 09:45:13 AM »
"Squeeze the hose"

Take two perpendicular forces capable of pushing charges on surface.Arrange them against each other but perpendicular to wire surface.Then move them synchronised along the wire surface.There is longitudinal action of two opposite forces in balance.

This is my exact interpretation of "squeeze the hose". If you imagine a hose filled with water and your two fingers acting on hose in the same point, then you will easily see how sliding fingers in such arrangement on hose will push water inside in one direction.

Now we only need to find how to produce this effect.... ::)

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« Reply #181 on: April 10, 2009, 10:06:49 AM »
Hello all,

@forest

to move them along the wire surface gives NOTHING!!!

Guys, think a little bit.

We are squeezing the hose for .....how many years now??

We have the collector(s) and have the controls wound around this collectors, all around the circumference. Or not??

Now, if we pulse the controls we have squeezed the hose. Or not??

As you see we are already doing this.

Result: nothing special.

Read "dfros" posts.

Otto

PS: as Im older Im more and more "blind".

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« Reply #182 on: April 10, 2009, 01:36:40 PM »
Hello all,

@forest

to move them along the wire surface gives NOTHING!!!

Guys, think a little bit.

We are squeezing the hose for .....how many years now??

We have the collector(s) and have the controls wound around this collectors, all around the circumference. Or not??

Now, if we pulse the controls we have squeezed the hose. Or not??

As you see we are already doing this.

Result: nothing special.

Read "dfros" posts.

Otto

PS: as Im older Im more and more "blind".

Yes. Many have squeezed the hose. My question is which hose?

And if there is, at first, no hose? --- Amp probe seeing current (or simply a powerful magnetic field ) in the 'air' within the TPU....

I think we should stop squeezing the cores. I think the TPU -is- the hose and the water flow is vertical but twisting as it flows.

Anyone unfamiliar with @dfro's posts? If so, stop, read and understand.

BEP

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« Reply #182 on: April 10, 2009, 01:36:40 PM »
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« Reply #183 on: April 10, 2009, 02:25:15 PM »
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« Reply #184 on: April 10, 2009, 02:34:13 PM »
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2° part Otto work


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« Reply #185 on: April 10, 2009, 03:51:10 PM »
 :o

Now overlay the posts of @TSL.

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« Reply #186 on: April 10, 2009, 04:03:44 PM »
For ease of reference:

otto,

   I would like to ask some questions about your TPU design.  I preface my comments and questions by saying that I don't understand your design yet and I will be trying to get up to speed on other threads.  I am a total beginner in this, so take what I say much like a child asking, "why is the sky blue." (That is actually a very deep question, by the way.)  Anyway...

   I think you have got the essential nature of the device.  Your results are very exciting!  I think you and the other researchers are heroes.  I am not certain why you have the 4" loop.  I seem to remember that you are using it to pick up the rising magnetic field caused by the control coils.  Could one or more multi-turn coils in the vertical plane be essential to stability of the device?  All of SM's devices have a vertical rim.  If there was not a need for something oriented vertically, I think he would have made it flat.  On his smallest device, it looks like there is a single vertical coil wrapped around some kind of core in the middle.  On the device where he places two magnets, he has what look like four metal cores with what I imagine would be coils wrapped around them.  Could these coils, which I think are in series with the collector coil, be essential for stability.  Could the extra inductance help seed the signal? Maybe SM found that placing vertical coils in between the control coils helped in some way.

   Also, why not try to step up the control coil voltage using pulses, diodes and caps?  Maybe a little higher voltage and more inductance is one of the keys to the TPU not running away on you.  Could this make it easier to stay well off of a perfect frequency conversion while still getting your seed that builds?

Just some thoughts.
Hello fellow reverse engineers.

I have been following this forum, watching the videos, and pondering how the TPU works.  I think it is an authentic freedom energy device.

I consider myself very much a novice in electronics, but maybe my conjectures could shed some new light on the "guess what answer I am thinking of" game we are all trying to play here with SM.  Please, pardon any major electronics dumb statements I make that reveal my inexperience in this field.  I hope my thoughts are not too disorganized and hard to follow, also.

I would like to start by commenting about the "rotating magnetic field" mystery.  I have been thinking a lot about that.  What I think is happening is SM has set up sets of inductive coils that are oriented in two, possibly three different directions.  On his small device there is the collector coil, which is wrapped around the circumference of the main circle.  I think he has wrapped the collector coil around the circumference several times, but since the wire strands are packed in with no kind of wrapping orientation (the strands are not wrapped side by side along a core or hollow tube), the magnetic flux lines look like they would be for a single strand. However, he has augmented the collector coil with other vertical coils, which seem to be wrapped around metal cores (and on which he placed the magnets in one video).  These windings could be extensions of the collector coil and connected in series with it and each other.  The input coils are oriented in such a way that their flux lines are 90 degrees to the output coil and vertical coils.  Again, I think the collector coil is somehow wired in series with the vertical coils.  Other sets of coils, which I don't see in any of the pictures could be oriented as if the windings were wrapping around imaginary wheel spokes. 

I also think this device is harnessing and augmenting the radiant energy surges that come from very quick, high voltage pulses.  I remember Bedini or Tesla or Bearden saying that the more resistance across the voltage spike, the more electrons that piles up on the negative side of the circuit being excited.  The trick is to let the electrons pile up and then switch them into the circuit without destroying the dipole .  The inductive coils seem to be perfect for this.  The voltage spike hits the input coil, the high inductive reactance resists electron flow and then as the magnetic field builds and collapses, the electrons move.  I think he has all of the coils attached to capacitors to create resonant tank circuits.  Also, I think he might have a diode in series with the capacitors of the tank circuits so that the current can only flow in one direction (maybe not, though).  No current is ever allowed to flow when the pulse hits the coil.  The kick hits a back-emf wall when it occurs, pulls in the radiant energy current surge, and then lets the current flow in the input coil when the induced magnetic field is building and decaying.  With the current flowing in the input coil, its magnetic flux induces a current and flux in the collector coil.  Using the flux created in the collector coil is one of the secrets, I think.

I also think he is using a small battery in all the devices to run the pulse control circuitry.  I imagine there are a few 555 ic's that are driving some kind of fast, high voltage mosfet driver to make 1 to 4 sets of very fast, short on-time pulses, which are harmonics of each other.  I would suggest doing pulse ratios that are in the Fibonacci series or each pulse being the previous pulse times phi.  However, the pulses may be tuned to a chord, like a major chord - root, fifth, octave, tenth (just a thought).  He has written about striking the right chord, correct?  I also think he has a solid state diode/cap circuit to step up the voltage from the battery for the pulses.  I remember reading about how to do this using diodes, caps, and pulses - it is basic stuff, which I don't know how to do yet.

When the fast, high voltage kick hits the first input coil and inducing current, its flux lines build and cut through the collector coil, causing current to be induced in the collector coil.  It also induces current in the vertically oriented coils that are adjacent to the first input coil.  I imagine that these are wired in series with the collector coil. The magnetic flux has just spun 90 degrees and moved over from input coil 1 to vertical collector coil 1.  I also imagine that the adjacent vertical coil is wrapped in such a way that it induces a current (and thus magnetic flux)  in the second input coil.  So when the now faster (1.618: 1 faster?) kicks hit the second coil, there is already current moving and flux building.  The second input coil is also attached to a resonant tank circuit which is tuned to have its resonant peak at the frequency of the pulses. I think the collector coil and its vertical coils have caps in series, also.  They form part of a LC resonant tank circuit but also store the voltage to power any attached load.  It think the collector coil with the vertical coils is tuned to have its resonance at the lowest fundamental frequency, and the input coils are harmonics of that - possibly odd order harmonics, Fibonacci series, phi, major chord, or empirically tuned by watching the behavior on a scope.

 When the kicks on coil 2 pull in the radiant energy current surge, that induces current and flux in the collector coil and the next adjacent vertical coil, which is wrapped in such a way that it induces current and flux in the next input coil (3).  This continues around the circle with the magnetic field cork screwing around the circumference of the main collector coil circle.  When the magnetic surge makes it round the circuit, it acts as positive feedback for the first input coil.  I also think this cork-screwing and spinning of the magnetic fields pulls in more radiant energy, which causes the current to keep flowing in the same direction.   If the pulses and resonance were optimized, the tpu would quickly pull in too much voltage and cause catastrophic arcs through the wire insulation or capacitor insulation.  This is why SM tunes the circuit off frequency slightly.  You can also see he has put fuses on the big tpu device.

I do not think the earth's magnetic resonance is critical to the operating of the tpu.  It is a radiant energy device pulling its energy from the vacuum.  I think you can pick different sets of frequencies.  In his first small device, maybe SM thought the earth's vibrating magnetic field played a role, but the later devices vibrated much faster.  By setting up his device to resonate at 7.3 Hz, maybe there was a significant braking effect from the earth's flux that happened when he turned the device upside down.  The magnet on the small device probably just triggered a magnetic switch that turned on the device.  He has said that the magnets are not critical to the operation of the device, correct?  On the larger device where he turns it on by placing two magnets, I think that he purposely underwound those two coils so that they would not produce enough flux to keep the positive feedback building.  The magnets were used to augment the flux of those two coils and allow the turbine effect to build. 

Also, I think that high ohm leakage resistors are placed in parallel with each capacitor in the various tank circuits.  On the large tpu it looks like he has resistors across the pair of vertically oriented caps.  These dissipate the voltage on the caps when the device is turned off as a safety measure.  They also serve to bleed some of the current and create some extra ac "hash" on the dc current, which causes additional resonance in the tank circuits.  It also causes the vibration of the device, which also contributes to the flux of adjacent coils inducing more voltage and current much like a guitar pickup picks up the vibration of a metal string.  Maybe all of the coil wire should be ferrous? Has SM said anything about what kind of metal the wire is made of?  This vibration and the current drawn from the device when it is powering a load are what cause the device to heat up.  I imagine having a bank of several units wired in parallel to abate overheating issues.

On the big tpu device the inductive coils in the center might be there because he needed a certain amount of induction for his vertical collector coils, but he did not need all of the coil to be close to the input coils creating the positive magnetic feedback.  It may have been a way of maximizing the LC tank resonance but reducing some of the positive magnetic feedback. 

I think the gyroscopic effect comes from the cork-screwing magnetic field that is constantly circling around the circumference of the device.  This also seems to match his statements about the tpu acting as a turbine or an accelerometer.

Please, let me know what you think, everyone (including you, SM).  I have to study a lot more before I can draw up a possible circuit to test.

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #186 on: April 10, 2009, 04:03:44 PM »
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« Reply #187 on: April 10, 2009, 05:03:26 PM »
as requested:

In reference to this picture: http://www.overunity.com/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=4486.0;attach=23557

Now after Investigation ask yourself where do such a field pattern exists and further ask yourself what could happend if this pattern is moving along the same direction the electrons do

And by the way at the same speed!

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Have a look!
(http://www.overunity.com/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=4486.0;attach=23557;image)

Now after Investigation ask yourself where do such a field pattern exists and further ask yourself what could happend if this pattern is moving along the same direction the electrons do.

And by the way, at the same speed!




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Ok.
Let us assume that the radial field pattern exists inside a conductor(collector)-that would be B1-.Now assume that somehow- see tao's posts- a current I appear in that conductor.That current will create the second B field ,let's say B2.So what now?Will the field pattern begin to rotate?that would be nice.Nope ,it will begin to swirl around .So the B2 will make B1 to swirl. Now what does that swirling create/induce ?That's right.A new current that will amplify the first current.And and and .....

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Loner says:
tsl

I Get it!

You are simply, without going into any weird theories, explaining the "Kick"

The "B1" and "B2" have that effect on each other.  So Simple.

I would have to say, this is a viable and workable model...

Art.


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I'll try to make one later today or tomorrow.btw is out there any animation program easy to learn and use?-a free one.
@Loner
mmm... not quite the kick,but more the amplification of a simple insignificant kick into a huge, large current Boom.

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Paul says:
@BEP

<SNIP>

Some other observations:

A single wire of thin enough gauge will "jump" as well if a high enough energy charge is given to it, due to the magnetic field interaction between the induced field in the wire, and the earths own magnetic field.

What this demonstartes is that it is not necessarily the charges which are causing these effects, but the induced fields of the charges moving.

<SNIP>

Paul Andrulis

@Paul
"...but the induced fields of the charges moving."

Now that is really something that should be investigated.Btw, did you read my post?

I like the game, it's getting hotter and hotter.

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May I suggest you guys go read some scientific literature (not on google) about radial magnetic fields ?

Ha ha. All "scientific" paper PDFs on the net cost money. Beside that show me "scientific" paper that talks about overunity for real. So far it seems that theoretical approaches in science in general are so vast you can't just say "read something scientific", because two scientific centers may treat the same phenomenon differently. Older "encyclopedia" books and papers usually deal with things that are widely accepted, and are hard to question. Overunity is not a thing of this kind. Probably "radial magnetic field" is not a thing of this kind as well - not established. So, we are (I am) pretty safe to call it "etheric vortex" instead.

TSL replies:
1.It's not about overunity.
2.You have no idea what a radial magnetic field is.
3.It's not about ether and other such BS.
4.First figure out what a radial magnetic field is.
5.Now superpose a circular magnetic field on this one.
6.Tell me what the resulting Field is.(Or how the both interact).
7.Have a nice day.

I had no intention to write "f**k off".As I allready have said:google and the internet is not allways The source of information.My intention was to point you guys in a certain direction, that's why i came with the "intellectually" inserted" thing.The radial magnetic field has per se indeed nothing to do with OU.But, the interaction between fields have.So to make it simpler :For a conductor carrying current you will allways have a circular magnetic field, i think you agree with that.Now if the field lines are not circular ones but are all pointing from the center axis of the conductor away-hence the term radial- you have a radial magnetic field.Or another example take a look at a simple permanent magnet.What do you see?I bet you see how the field lines comes out from the north pole and goes back to the south pole.Nothing wrong with that too.But now try not to look from the side but from the top, so that you see only one pole.what do you see now?if you look to the north pole you'll see how the field lines are emerging from the center-the pole- in radial manner(one plane view).there are much more examples of such radial fields(the electrostatic field of a isolated charge is also a radial one).Anyway ,the point, my point was to make you think about certain interactions between such a radial field and a circular one.

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Loner says:

<SNIP>
TSL, I would like to hear about what you describe as a "Radial Magnetic Field".  This could
describe the "Known" field around any current carrying conductor.  I'm sure this is NOT what
you are trying to describe, so, PLEASE, describe a little better so I can do some research.
Any reference to a specific paper, patent, or other information reference would be great.
<SNIP>
Art.

@Loner

Hawking SW, Ellis GFR. The large-scale structure of spacetime.Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press

Herrmann F. Energy density and stress: a new approach to teaching electromagnetism. Am J Phys 1989
I don't think they are available on the internet but anyway.
On the image below I'm trying to represent a nice interaction between a radial field (black) and a circular one(blue) .You can see that the resulting field (red) will be a radial one again but slightly rotated(shifted) and bigger(vector summation).
(http://www.overunity.com/index.php?action-tpmod;dl=view89)

PS.I'm not an artist.
Attached was this file: http://www.overunity.com/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=4491.0;attach=24107
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@BEP
I'm not quite sure i understand what you're saying, sorry...
Anyway there was a nice story about rotating a magnetic field in two directions.I didn't saw a discussion about that, no question, nada.So what are the 2 directions ?Would it be needed to rotate both poles in a symmetric way??Would a radial pattern ,when rotated, behave the same for both poles configurations?What if we move just one pole configuration around?There are many unanswered questions.I see ppl here doing much and great experimental work, but sadly, without any theories behind.

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Chef appears to have posted a youtube video but the original message is gone and the video is no longer available on youtube :(
If anyone knows what it was....


@Chef
Nice.But you get this because of the interaction of 2 fields not from a pulsed coil alone.


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Hello all,

@Paul

1. you can use 2, 3 , 4 or 8 control coils
2. we have bifilar wound controls - like Tesla did it and described it
3. there is at least 1 collector or 2 or maximal 3 collectors
4. the controls, wound in a bifilar manner, are 1 exiter, trigger coil and the other part of the bifilar is the load coil
8. 2 or 3 frequencies are needed
12. its a longitudinal wave or said in a better way, we are dealing with compression waves, clearly to see on my scope.

Of course Im talking about a TPU with a core.

Otto

You can have as many collectors as you wish.

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I've found something really interesting about the frequencies.See it for yourself
"The magnetoacoustic emission is a consequence of the existence of magnetic domains in ferromagnetic samples. This effect is driven by an alternating magnetic field, which engages the increase or decrease of the favoured magnetic domains and thereby the domain wall movement. In the standing wave case, the domain wall motion is correlated with the displacements of portions of the elastic ferromagnetic medium from the elastic standing wave in the sample. In this case, the MAE effect becomes maximum, the domain walls perform a forced oscillation, and we can obtain information about the evolution of the magnetic domains in the sample by the analysis of the resonance curve. Certainly, in the case of standing wave method, the maximum effect is obtained for the natural frequencies of the sample. In the sample, in the case of longitudinal wave, on both sides of the nodes, the medium is subject of alternative compressions and dilatations, such as the interaction between the magnetic wall motion and the elastic wave will have the maximum effect. By comparing the effect for natural frequencies of the sample, for a free behavior, the maximum effect is obtained for the first eigenfrequency of the ferromagnetic rod. This can be explained by the fact that in this case, in the whole sample, the wave oscillations and the magnetic wall motion are in phase. For the second natural frequency, with an node at the middle of the bar , only for half of the sample the two oscillations are in phase. This explain why the effect is approximately fifty percent lower as the effect for the first natural frequency, and the analogism can be extended to the next natural frequencies. Reciprocal, by placing the sample in a constant magnetic field, and transmitting an ultrasonic wave into the sample at the locations, where the standing wave stress is maximum, a high frequency magnetic field is generated by the reciprocal effect of magnetostriction [9].Due to the fact that the magnetoacoustic effect is very sensitive to the internal stress or to magnetic modifications, this method can be used in the nondestructive evaluation of ferromagnetic materials."

I would love to see how the simplest test setup  for a tpu using this effect would look like.

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« Reply #188 on: April 10, 2009, 05:21:38 PM »
I find it amazing that so many want to talk about "squeezing the hose" while ignoring 99.9% of the rest of the clues given by SM.   :o

I wonder why that is...

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« Reply #188 on: April 10, 2009, 05:21:38 PM »
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« Reply #189 on: April 10, 2009, 08:05:46 PM »

Loo at what the master said on page 10 of the book or page 6 of the pdf file:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/14131382/Free-Energy-Device-Handbook

My eyes are not as good as they used to be. Some one, please do an OCR or find a better copy.

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« Reply #190 on: April 10, 2009, 09:18:34 PM »
Phantasm

That Youtube video was not relevant to the subject.

Bruce

It could be everybody are so stupid, but thanks to god, we have you, who always see, what we don't. :) No offense, just joking  ;)

Anyway, You have to be happy, you know, what to do, so go build a device, and prove us your point!  ;)


Hi Chef,

LOL  I am not trying to come across that way, but I do get VERY frustrated with how little regard most give to the things that SM wrote to us, not realizing all that he risked to do so. 

And yes I am building "a device".  I actually have one built, and I am designing another.  I also have ordered my three triode tubes, but I will need to find three more.  Now that I THINK I know what to design, it has me researching it out and designing, hours everyday.  I also have a controller being built soon for me.

Happily building, and priding myself in being a "good listener",

Bruce   :)

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« Reply #191 on: April 10, 2009, 09:53:29 PM »
Good Friday and have a happy Easter so that we all could see and should give to the cause.
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« Reply #192 on: April 11, 2009, 04:47:25 AM »
I recently had an occasion to learn a bit more about vacum tubes, and there are a few good references online.  I found out that Mr Mark mentioned some things about tubes that are not quite right or correct.  One thing is the transit times, which he made it sound like it's realy fast, etc..., but in reality vacum tubes have very slow transit times which limit their operation to lower frequencies. This problem can be fixed by increasing the VOLTAGE from PLATE to CATHODE, so that the electrons are accelerated a lot more and pick up more speed and hence cross the gap faster.  The other solution is to reduce the distance between the electrodes, so that the electrons can get across quicker.  The latter solution seems to be used in the UHF tubes, which are smaller  (ACORN type, etc..)

SM also made mention of observing some interesting signals from tubes and transformers, and I wonder if he observed SECONDARY EMISSIONS.  These are noticeable in TETRODES, due to the extra grid, but I'm sure one can observe these signals with the other tubes given unusual operating parameters, like higher voltages on the plate and grid, or not biasing the CONTROL GRID correctly.    He did mention the 5U4 rectifying tubes and these are tubes with two diodes inside, just a plate and cathode which is the DIRECTLY HEATED type of cathode, meaning just the thoriated filament  (or maybe it's oxide coated, not sure)

Another interesting fact I learned is that triodes have a lot of INTER-ELECTRODE CAPACITANCE which causes FEEDBACK from the plate to the CONTROL GRID, which motivated the development of the TETRODE and due to the SECONDARY EMISSIONS problem of the TETRODE, the further development of the PENTODE, which now has 3 grids, the CONTROL, SCREEN, AND SUPRESSOR GRIDS.

Overall,  the transistors are so much better and faster, etc.. etc..., contrary to what SM discussed in this letters to Lindsay,  so I get a feeling SM is an older gentlemen who has not fully transitioned to the new semiconductor technology, for whatever reason, perhaps nostalgia, which is entirely OK.  By the way, transistors do have their limitations, and tubes are still used today in very special applications.
 
Anyway, I thought I share that with you for whatever it's worth.

EM
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« Reply #193 on: April 11, 2009, 10:54:14 AM »
On the previous page, tsl recommends "Energy density and stress: a new approach to teaching electromagnetism"

I was able to find it and post it..
http://www.overunity.com/index.php?action=tpmod;dl=get264
I found it here:
http://www.physikdidaktik.uni-karlsruhe.de/publication/ajp/Energy_density_stress.pdf
(alt link)

Does anyone have a copy of "The large-scale structure of spacetime" he suggests reading?


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« Reply #194 on: April 11, 2009, 12:24:05 PM »
Look at what the master said on page 10 of the book or page 6 of the pdf file:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/14131382/Free-Energy-Device-Handbook

My eyes are not as good as they used to be. Some one, please do an OCR or find a better copy.

Hi,

You can read the full Century Magazine article in good quality here:

http://www.tfcbooks.com/tesla/1900-06-00.htm

The text you referred to starts well above 'Diagram b'  OBTAINING ENERGY FROM THE AMBIENT MEDIUM,   about more than half way down of the long htm page. 

rgds,  Gyula

 

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