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Author Topic: Cold Electricity  (Read 170400 times)

Offline Magnethos

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Re: Cold Electricity
« Reply #255 on: April 12, 2012, 03:20:49 PM »
Can you post your schematic of the Cold electricity wireless transfer?
Well, a bout cold electricity I've to say that it's an electron deficient form of electricity. Electrons are not flowing, so there is not power and/or watts.
Conventional electricity is a very inefficient form of energy manifestation, because with electromagnetism you're dissipating a huge amount of power in form of heat. You can see this phenomenom better in AC electricity.

Offline sparks

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Re: Cold Electricity
« Reply #256 on: May 06, 2012, 10:36:19 PM »
  Static electricity is pretty cold.  If we pump up a dc capacitor to it's max and extend the capacitor leads there exists between the two leads an electric field.  Say a free electron is injected into this gap near the negative terminal.  This electron would be accelerated away from this terminal and towards the positive terminal.  Now add a magnetic field near the positive terminal so this free accelerated electron never reaches the positive terminal.  Have it smash into a collector plate and slow down quickly.  This will produce photons.  Don't kill the dipole in the words of Bearden. Use the photons to free up more electrons near the negative cap terminal.  Something like working a vacuum tube in reverse.  Free electrons injected on the grid, then accelerated by the anode to cathode electric field, then colliding with a collector which becomes heated.  The heated collector (photon generator) is then used to do work some of which is supplying free electrons to accelerate and deflect.

Offline Bob Smith

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Re: Cold Electricity
« Reply #257 on: May 07, 2012, 12:56:56 AM »
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