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Author Topic: TPU Clues  (Read 50180 times)

Offline innovation_station

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Re: TPU Clues
« Reply #15 on: June 25, 2009, 07:27:22 AM »
You can be more specific. :)

The magnetic field of the earth is made up of three specific elements.

1.The first element is the magnetic field of the earth which is mainly steady and makes the compass point north.(no frequency)

2.Then on top of the magnetic field there is the Schumann resonance caused by lightning.(7,8Hertz and overtones up)
This is sometimes reffered to as The natural electromagnetic field of the earth.

3.Last but not least on three, we have the man made fields which are mainly the 50/60Hertz buzz from the grid, and all the other radio frequency signals, this is often reffered to as the Man made electromagnetic field of the earth.

In the first video Steven talks about The natural electromagnetic field of the earth.

M.

marco i do agree with this ... 

so fundemental 7.5  harmonics ...  up

same as my stones ....  and all of the advanced things i have been digging into ...

 ;D

ill leave it to you guys ...   if your finally gonna talk ...

i got some tricky stuff to figure out lol  :D

ist!

but of course it comes easy to me cuz i wear my rocks .....  lol

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Re: TPU Clues
« Reply #15 on: June 25, 2009, 07:27:22 AM »

Offline Farrah Day

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Re: TPU Clues
« Reply #16 on: June 25, 2009, 09:44:19 AM »
Newbie, aren't you finding this stuff parallels the Stan Meyer stuff we are involved in.

If anything I find the Steven Mark videos far more credible than anything Meyer produced, and to his credit, Mark never went to the trouble of inventing his own psuedoscience and writing a nonsensical technical brief to infer he knew exactly what was is happening.

My point being that I doubt Mark understood what was happening anymore than anyone else, so anything he says are only his opinions and can not be taken as fact.

Add to this any deliberate misinfo he subtly drops in every now and then to protect his design and we could easily be looking at things in completely the wrong light.

I had to smile at the video where one guy is using a jigsaw to cut up a large TPU - it looks imminent that he will lose a finger - the Health and Safety folks would have wet themselves watching that!

Incidentally, according to everything I've seen, the TPU's do get very hot, and in fact this is an operational limiting factor in most of the videos. Don't know where you heard that they stayed cool?

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Re: TPU Clues
« Reply #17 on: June 25, 2009, 09:57:51 AM »

Add to this any deliberate misinfo he subtly drops in every now and then to protect his design and we could easily be looking at things in completely the wrong light.


Exactly  :)

So filter out the crap and keep it simple.

M.

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« Reply #17 on: June 25, 2009, 09:57:51 AM »
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Offline Farrah Day

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Re: TPU Clues
« Reply #18 on: June 25, 2009, 12:41:06 PM »
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So filter out the crap and keep it simple.


It's not just about filtering out any crap that SM might have alluded to, but also filtering out the 'wheat from the chaff' in terms of forum members. There plainly are some big egos that talk the talk, but can't walk the walk. Many attention seekers simply muddying the waters.

Some of these members appear to have the Stan Meyer knack of impressing the gulible with their scientific jargon and lengthy posts, but ultimately they actually say nothing meaningful and provide nothing of any value.

Not one person has said, 'Yes I built a TPU, it was constructed in such and such a way, this is what I discovered and these are the results I got'. Not one person has offered to talk about there personal TPU build.

It was indicated that in the past people had stolen ideas from this forum and then personally profited from those ideas, which I somehow doubt, as clearly no one has made any progress here and there is certainly nothing worth stealing!

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« Reply #19 on: June 25, 2009, 03:00:33 PM »
Yes well it's a bit of a complex situation and we also have board administration that cares more about the board's layout then cares about what's in the threads...
In your case, you just picked the wrong forum :)
Which is understandable, because this board has the longest threads due to all the crap you just mentioned and so it looks like the best source of information whilst it is not.

M.

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Offline otto

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Re: TPU Clues
« Reply #20 on: June 25, 2009, 04:28:14 PM »
Hello all,

@Farah Day,

almost 2 years ago I jumped out with my ECD TPU. It was not a good TPU but....it was a step in the right direction.

Only 1 nice man replicated this TPU, made a video... since then - almost nothing.

Now about my cryptic posts that you hate:

I want to describe the TPU problem in simple words so everybody can understand it:

imagine a TPU can deliver 200W on the output. Your load is only a 100W bulb. What to do with the 100W that you dont need?
imagine a TPU that can give you say....1000W and you have connected only a 100W bulb.

Whats with 900W that you dont need??

SM said that there are 14 or so patents ONLY for the control of this "beast".

Now, how can I jump out with drawings and all the crap needed to rebuild a TPU when Im in this moment not able to control this device?

Isnt it more then enough that I risk my life? Yes, it should be totally clear that a TPU isnt just a toy. Its a extremly dangerous beast and if you dont know how and why you will execute yourself.

So, in short, you have to wait a little bit until its finished. But maybe another member of this forum understands finally what is going on in a TPU and will post it.

Otto


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Re: TPU Clues
« Reply #21 on: June 25, 2009, 04:30:56 PM »
Hello all,

@Stefan

it seems that I have now problems not only with PMs but also with posting my textes!!!

Not only from my home PC, the same happens with the PC on my workplace.

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Offline Farrah Day

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Re: TPU Clues
« Reply #22 on: June 25, 2009, 05:47:54 PM »
Otto

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imagine a TPU can deliver 200W on the output. Your load is only a 100W bulb. What to do with the 100W that you dont need?
imagine a TPU that can give you say....1000W and you have connected only a 100W bulb.

Whats with 900W that you dont need??

This depends on whether or not your TPU dissipates heat without a load... does it? If it does not get hot without a load there should be no problem.

If you plug an appliance into a 120/240v mains socket, that socket maybe capable of providing 30amps without tripping a fuse, but the appliance you plug into it will only draw the current it needs.  If that current is 2 amps, you don't need to worry about the other 28amps the socket is capable of delivering... do you.

Maybe you would be less likely to kill yourself if you shared your findings to date - afterall you won't be able to do this if your dead!

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« Reply #23 on: June 25, 2009, 05:56:29 PM »
Newbie, aren't you finding this stuff parallels the Stan Meyer stuff we are involved in.

Not really,  I haven't noticed anything in particular, other than the same cult-like following...    What did you notice?

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Incidentally, according to everything I've seen, the TPU's do get very hot, and in fact this is an operational limiting factor in most of the videos. Don't know where you heard that they stayed cool?

I believe it was video #2, where he  says the unit stays "relatively cool to the touch".

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Re: TPU Clues
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« Reply #24 on: June 25, 2009, 07:11:09 PM »
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Not really,  I haven't noticed anything in particular, other than the same cult-like following...    What did you notice?


I was thinking in terms of the videos, unsubstantiated claims, heresay, misinfo and of course not forgeting the ample sprinkling of nonsense posters.  One thing I will say though, they are more mildy mannered here and there is very little foul language. And apart from the ist bloke, most people here seem fairly literate.

Well from what I've learned, SM had to periodically turn off the devices in order to let them cool down, but of course I do not know how this relates to load. It is mentioned on numerous occasions though, as this seemed to be the TPUs achilles heal.

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TPU - voltage spikes & kicks
« Reply #25 on: June 25, 2009, 07:36:51 PM »
Here's something probably worth discussing..

According to Marco's compilation and the  'Lindsay Letters'   ... SM talks about voltage "kicks"  being the source of the TPU phenomena..      I.E. 

"It was most clearly described by Nikola Tesla, when he observed a very
high voltage spike at the VERY INSTANT a DC switch was closed."

Now, I'm pretty sure this phenomena is real and well known by most electrical engineers..   Would this just be considered a "voltage spike" caused by BEMF?

What is the difference between a "kick" (not a common EE term) and a "voltage spike" (common) ...  Are they the same thing? 

SM seems to be implying that this "kick" is overunity..  In SM's words..

(pg. 6  in 'Dear Lindsay')
"SMALL KICK.
Those words mean a great deal"
It PROVES that there is an interaction between the magnetic field of the
earth and simple electrons running through wires.
It may be a small influence but it is actual OVER UNITY.
I have spent several years of my life thinking about that.
Scientists tell us that over unity is impossible."


What is a "Kick" really?   


Also, how do we know these letters are credible?



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« Reply #26 on: June 25, 2009, 07:43:39 PM »

Whats with 900W that you dont need??

Otto, You seem to be implying that you have an OU TPU..     Are you complaining about that?


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« Reply #27 on: June 25, 2009, 07:52:32 PM »
it is HEMF   AND THAT MEANS HIGH ELECTRO MOTIVE FORCE

didnt you SEE MY TRANSFORMER .... ? 

LOL


LIKE I HAVE SAID THIS IS SOOO  OLD IT IS YOUR HISTORY ..   

AND NOW IT IS MINE ... 

DO U KNOW WHY ?
 
THE LITTLE KICK OCOURS   BECAUSE OF THE OFF TIMES .. 

AND THE KICK IS FASTER THAN LIGHT!!

 ;D

BTW IF YOU PUT IT IN A CLOSED LOOP SELF ACCELERATING WHAT IS THE RESULT??

A RUNAWAY ::)

WIZE UP SOME .... ALREADY 

WHY DO YOU THINK THERE ARE NOT PLANS FOR A SELF DESTRUCTING COIL ... DUH!

TRY A JT ...  IT IS A MUCH SAFER WAY    :P

A TIME DIFFRENCIAL TPU ...  THAT RUNS IN 2 TIMES 3 4 5 6 10 100  THE PRINCABLE IS EXACTLLY THE SAME ...   JUST CASCADE AMPED NON CLOSED LOOP  :o

SO WHAT IS IN MY BELOW PICTURE .... 

SHEESH

HELL NO YOU DONT KNOW HOW IT WORKS DO YOU ...  HOW COULD U UNLESS YOU FIGURED IT OUT AS I HAVE DONE

THIS RUNS ON MAGIC!

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Re: TPU - voltage spikes & kicks
« Reply #28 on: June 25, 2009, 08:47:36 PM »

What is the difference between a "kick" (not a common EE term) and a "voltage spike" (common) ...  Are they the same thing? 

Also, how do we know these letters are credible?

How about trying  ::)

M.

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« Reply #29 on: June 25, 2009, 09:02:27 PM »
Well from what I've learned, SM had to periodically turn off the devices in order to let them cool down, but of course I do not know how this relates to load. It is mentioned on numerous occasions though, as this seemed to be the TPUs achilles heal.

If you had read everything, you 'd know that the heating issue was on early units and not later units.

 

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