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Author Topic: The Last TPU Development On The WWW  (Read 66495 times)

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #45 on: March 24, 2009, 06:48:10 AM »
Hello all,

WOOOOW, in 24 hours not 1 post. Even the PC heroes lost their ideas!!

OK, maybe the people are working on TPUs so they have no time to post. Thats good!!

Or maybe Im the last on this?

Otto


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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #46 on: March 24, 2009, 07:04:53 AM »
Hello all,

WOOOOW, in 24 hours not 1 post. Even the PC heroes lost their ideas!!

OK, maybe the people are working on TPUs so they have no time to post. Thats good!!

Or maybe Im the last on this?

Otto

Hello Otto:

It's great to see you hacking away at the TPU! I hope you will be successful. Many people over the past few days are intriqued by 'low tech' magnetic technology at the Howard Johnson Replication thread. Mr. Mylow has shown a very convincing or close to perpetual motion set up using only magnets. Do take a look.

cheers
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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #47 on: March 24, 2009, 07:33:51 AM »
Hello to myself and ChrisC

yes, the people on this forum got a new toy and now they have something to play with. Im not interested in motors. Im interested in tubes, how they interact with the surrounding.....

Yes, as said before, I will stay with the TPU until the job is finished. I have a lot of time and enjoy in my hobby.

Results?

Not bad at all.

Otto


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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #47 on: March 24, 2009, 07:33:51 AM »
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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #48 on: March 24, 2009, 08:11:59 AM »
hi everyone good day!



I am currently making a research about the RADIUM, i have read that tesla use 1 gram of radium and tremendously made a ligthning.

also hubbard and hendershot reportedly using radium chloride.


I think there is a possibility that sm also use it.


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otits

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #49 on: March 24, 2009, 08:37:24 AM »
Hello all,

@otitis

why radium when we can prodube x-rays with our tubes inside a TPU. Did SM hide inside a 15" TPU little tubes?

Tesla and radium? Come on!

Otto

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #49 on: March 24, 2009, 08:37:24 AM »
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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #50 on: March 24, 2009, 08:48:30 AM »
Hello all,

@otitis

why radium when we can prodube x-rays with our tubes inside a TPU. Did SM hide inside a 15" TPU little tubes?

Tesla and radium? Come on!

Otto

Hi sir good day

Well i'm just making some testing for every possibilities and i will test also some carbon which is very easy to find.

maybe tubes are better but upto now you are still waiting for them to come am i right?  ;D

why not try something on the junk. maybe there is gold in there ok.  ;D


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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #51 on: March 24, 2009, 09:02:54 AM »
Hello all,

@otitis

in my country is NO chance to find something usefull on the junk!

Carbon rods you can find in 4,5V batteries. The big quadratic batteries. In such batteries are 3 carbon rods over 3" long and 1/4" in diameter. With them you can play a lot. As you see I also used them.

Almost forgot: maybe you have a clock at home? Of course you have. Can you see the numbers at night??. Got it?

Otto


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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #52 on: March 24, 2009, 10:16:02 AM »
Hello all,

@otitis

in my country is NO chance to find something usefull on the junk!

Carbon rods you can find in 4,5V batteries. The big quadratic batteries. In such batteries are 3 carbon rods over 3" long and 1/4" in diameter. With them you can play a lot. As you see I also used them.

Almost forgot: maybe you have a clock at home? Of course you have. Can you see the numbers at night??. Got it?

Otto


Well thanks for the info? i have them already.


P.S. I turn the light first before i look at the clock especially at night, i'm not  8)  :P  ;D

 


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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #53 on: March 24, 2009, 01:52:01 PM »
@otto

You already know I always work on more then one project. The HJ project is much more relaxing for me since it does not involve so many things that I cannot see or understand (lol), like spinning electrical currents and has much less chances of getting a shock or cooking my stomach, but I still continue the TPU study, don't worry about me. I have also read very carefully what you said about your TPU so it did not fall on deaf ears and I will try some variations and of course let you know.

I asked a question on how to understand the TPU output but no one can respond to my question. I was hoping that anyone could provide some clarity on that technical end. I think the question of how to control or accumulate output power is a major key to this since I have been pulsing so many types of coils/rings and seeing their effects but the output side is a very big unknown. The a, b, c scenarios is my way of putting this problem clearly in my mind but maybe I did not portray it properly.

Or, maybe my question is too stupid to even bother. That would not surprise me either but I risk it anyway.

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #54 on: March 24, 2009, 06:17:54 PM »
Hello all,

@wattsup

I think its not good to work on various projects because then you cant focus your knowledge to the main problem. But OK, I know a lot of people doing so.

The particles inside a TPU are visible, to say so. Better to say that I can clearly hear them spinning up. Its a scary sound! Spinning electrical currents is beautiful because there is a lot to learn, especially to hear...the shocks are not so nice but...

About the TPU output I dont want to talk because the input is much more interesting. The output is boring and well known: Bedini (its my friends fantastic knowledge).

The question is how fast, how many kilovolts we need inside a TPU. Maybe 10kV or 20kV or....I suppose 20kV because TVs are working with such voltages. Yeeees, 18kV, 20kV....this high voltages will cause x-rays but ....

Now, how to build coils that produces 20kV, that causes a runaway, that you can hide inside a 15" TPU....is it a problem?

NO!

Otto


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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #55 on: March 25, 2009, 09:22:51 AM »
I have strange idea. Electrons moving on wire surface are also a source of magnetic field. Why not build so strangely formed coil to force that magnetic field of passing electrons to speed up other electrons moving behind them. That would require rather strange shape of coil, kind of knot maybe.If possible of course. ::)

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #55 on: March 25, 2009, 09:22:51 AM »
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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #56 on: March 25, 2009, 10:17:15 AM »

Now, how to build coils that produces 20kV, that causes a runaway, that you can hide inside a 15" TPU....is it a problem?


hi everyone

Tesla coil type coiling is more nearer to this problem!

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #57 on: March 25, 2009, 10:25:15 AM »
Hello all,

the point in a TPU is to know how oridinary coils can or cant work together. Dont complicate. They are oridinary coils but connected in a "special way".

Reed SMs words. Think about them.

Otto


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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #58 on: March 25, 2009, 11:31:19 AM »
@Wattsup,
About your question on the output and the capacitor,
The capacitor acts as an averaging device.
In electrical circuits we have a output coil where volyage pulses are gerenated. we put a diode in series with the coil so this turns it to pulsed dc. then to smooth it ( average it) we put a polarized capacitor the right way!

if you look at the output of most Switching regulators, this is what you will see.

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #59 on: March 25, 2009, 01:49:30 PM »
I have strange idea. Electrons moving on wire surface are also a source of magnetic field. Why not build so strangely formed coil to force that magnetic field of passing electrons to speed up other electrons moving behind them. That would require rather strange shape of coil, kind of knot maybe.If possible of course. ::)


 

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