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Offline Tito L. Oracion

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Re: TPU Clues
« Reply #135 on: October 11, 2009, 01:24:29 AM »
Hi everyone good day !  ;D

a spikes is a spikes what ever the source it is still a spikes so therefore its just a transformer action.

so the secret lies in the arrangement the circuit making an excess.

so the question should be how to make a circuit that makes an excess every spikes ok  8)

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« Reply #136 on: October 11, 2009, 02:48:32 AM »
Hi everyone good day !  ;D

a spikes is a spikes what ever the source it is still a spikes so therefore its just a transformer action.

so the secret lies in the arrangement the circuit making an excess.

so the question should be how to make a circuit that makes an excess every spikes ok  8)

YES!

The detail of your circuit example would help people actually do what you say you have done.

If you dont want to give out that just keep it to your self until the greedy money men put you in a cave with them.
If you dont want to acknowledge Steven's device that's fine for you but at the very least you should see the story of his isolation as something to bring into whatever equation pushes your ego buttons. Wasn't is Stevens device that started you out? but now you have a much better  one?  "prior art"  will give the money men the rope that they are so very good at pulling.

This thing is not worth a red cent for any body but would be a benefit to everybody ..in the long term .  Sure accidents ARE going to happen. Bombing oil nations is no accident .

@EM  GK would not even consider hiding battery's nor would Otto or most others here.
They take this as seriously as they always have.

@GK  I had seen that effect before , I called it "parasitic oscillation" of the fet..but if it is the coils taking of and begin prevented from acceleration by the fet...thats another issue!

Whats interesting  in your case as well is why there is a delay . I never saw the event begin  just suddenly appear . Why the delay...hmmmm.
I will speculate and say that something that we dont see on the scope is causing it.

BTW it was one of these type of simple  circuits that caused my scope to die . I had 3 rf output  transistors in a y config like a seike coil,  controls driven in series with collector, bases driven by other shorter control coils.
We are going in circles and passing this by many times kind like a TPU pulse?

Electron tube version coming up soon...again

@all

I have not yet succeeded in getting my Otto version to jump yet  . That's because I have not tried hard enough yet. But would like some more info from Otto...

Lazy Sunday here.. must clean up my bench





If somebody has predictable control of these building spikes...we are all ears   

 
« Last Edit: October 11, 2009, 03:35:39 AM by Mannix »

Offline EMdevices

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« Reply #137 on: October 11, 2009, 06:42:33 AM »
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@EM  GK would not even consider hiding battery's nor would Otto or most others here.
They take this as seriously as they always have.

I'm not saying they have to HIDE batteries, if you're refering to my comments to GK in the other thread, I'm just setting some limits, which we so desperetly need, in order to define what a TPU is and is not.  Do we have to write up another "official" document on the TPU?  Even if you use a powersupply and set the voltage to 9 V, but don't limit the current that can be drawn from it, you still don't have a TPU which at the worst case has a 9 V battery in it.

I'm just getting so tired of seeing schematics with power supplies, claiming its a TPU or close to it, with no current limits.  I can take 1.5 volts with no current limiting and light a 100 watt bulb without a problem, and you guys can't even do that, let along if you restrict yourselves to the power that a battery can provide, which is not much.  You guys can play with o-scopes and poorly designed oscillators untill you're blue in the face, but you won't discover the secret.  I already discovered the secret and it's not even remotely what you all belive it is (from what I can see)   I'm just in a tight spot right now and I have other priorities otherwise I'll be making a video to show you a scaled up version.  You have already seen the first version.

EM

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Re: TPU Clues
« Reply #137 on: October 11, 2009, 06:42:33 AM »
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Offline Mannix

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« Reply #138 on: October 11, 2009, 09:36:04 AM »
It is starting to look like I been told a few things that were purposefully misleading

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« Reply #139 on: October 11, 2009, 09:50:10 AM »
hello,
i have had a little success so far... i need a little more voltage to charge the cap's
but i am discharging the a cap though the coil that is trifillar winded...
i am using a camera circuit to fill the cap and a t10601 scr to auto discharge the cap.. were the trigger coil used to be.. i using a neon to trigger the scr , but i would love to find a diac to do it for me...i feel that the neon is stealing a bit of current from it...
i wish i had a taser tranny to use instead of the weak inverter tranny.....

more to come,
robbie

oh,
ps... i wish i had some good schematic software cause i would show you my setup...
i will wait till it works good before i post a pic...

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« Reply #139 on: October 11, 2009, 09:50:10 AM »
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Offline Mannix

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« Reply #140 on: October 11, 2009, 10:06:13 AM »
Do a search for "multisim"   there are many different types of demo tryb4buy versions out there

10.1 is the latest I think

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« Reply #141 on: October 11, 2009, 10:12:44 AM »
thanks ...,
that looks pretty sweet...
i getting it now

out, robbie

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« Reply #142 on: October 12, 2009, 02:33:19 PM »
Mannix.
Hi, Ive spent a year studying all the ancient docs. on the whereabouts of this kick phenomena an agree with EMD. Your  pdf  "must be read first" is exceedingly cryptic and lots of info therein has not been spotted, however there is much inside quite contradictory. I at present am about to re read it with the years gained knowledge and see what is consistant with my first read. Originally my studies were text only, images and vids were non existant. Now I dont have that disability and speeding up on this TPU enigma.
    I ask you as the poster of this pdf is it all as factual as best you know or is it compiled from sources not too well aquainted with yourself?  your recent post suggests something may be amiss!
   EMD , Hans Coler has had a few remarks made from replicators of his projects before WW2 started and this seems to be one of the missed objects of the TPU experiments. Have you found this ? It concerns natural magnetism, dual circuits and a very specific frequency!!!
  GK thanks for the safety tip a long time ago. I seem to remember it after my 4 foot tesla coil flashed up white and I got zapped by something that was way too fast for electricity (ice cold instant pulse through me). I wouldnt mind all I did was remve the giant mushroom then drop the discharge cap by 100 times in value and boot it with 35KV, not doing that again too soon,  mmmm a kick it had???
  Not read  much here for a while and am wondering if the layout of the coils has been modified or proof of construction given?? the sizes relation to frequencies is apparent but the phase fed to each coil respecting 'firing' time is an issue as well as harmonics   very important Im sure you know too well.
  Back to studies and if a working device is constructed I hope the info is passed to all the replicators first for assessment before 'general' release. Otto is at the top of my list with many a very close second.....
Thanks all   Steve.

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« Reply #143 on: October 23, 2009, 06:23:01 AM »
howdy, again

small question...
first unit ,,..,, small spool wit one toroid and two different layers of coil windings
ok he say this unit is at 7-8 hz... it that right?? at 60 or so vdc wit 135 watts
the second unit one coil winding 5khz 91 or so vdc wit 1 1/2 amps

are the hz readings from different areas like the first unit reading from the output
and the 2nd unit the reading was from the input...

i ask this is because if you had 5khz ac coming out why make it dc..??

i think the output is much slower and it is running thur a bridge and cap to smooth it ...
but hell thats just me...

we all know what a high feq hiss sounds like...
but in the videos the sound when the camera man gets close to the large tpu it has a low pitch humm... much like a high volt electro magnetic that runs in the low hz..
much like a 6-15 hz .. it sounds kool.. i tried to make a electro mag like the one you see in john hutchison video.. it sounded the same.. and it get hot as... well you know

anyway don't let me bother you away with this

robbie

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« Reply #143 on: October 23, 2009, 06:23:01 AM »
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« Reply #144 on: October 24, 2009, 08:10:29 PM »
About the gyroscopic effect in combination with the vibration in all the SM TPU

Dont know if this has been enlightened before so I just "throw in my 2 cents" (or wathever you say)

This effect was clearly demonstrated on the big TPU when moved along the table, but allso the 6" you could se SM made a voble to demonstrate the gyroscopic resistant effect.

For anyone who do not know about the prinsip of a GYROSCOPE: a wheel or any mass, preferably perfectly balanced, spinning in high velocity, will continu to spin in the same direction, that is a universal direction, higher mass the higher effect, and will make resistant to any change both in speed and direction. Actualy Newtons law abt masses inner resistance to change direction and speed.
By the way, this effect is utilised in a gyrocompas, as a navigational officer, I know a litle about these things.

No, about the vibration might also be of some interest.
SM mentioned in all the video postings abt all the TPU's that they vibrated.
The vibration means that somthing, some mass or somthing that effected the tpu-mass, most likely electromagnetic movement, and this mass is spinning like a gyroscop and is not evenly contributet or have an uneven symetri like when you have an unbalanced wheel.

And also I realised that this effect could interfere with the rotation of the earth meaning that the rotation is relativ to the rotation of eart....... having problems to explain this, ok, once again, the rotation of the earth is forcing a turn on the gyroscope but the TPU is following the rotation of earth while the gyroscopic effect wants to be universal...phu.

Hopefullly this enlight rather than confuse the understanding of the device and still these effect might have nothing to do with the funktion, but rather just be som bieffects.

kurt

 

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« Reply #145 on: October 25, 2009, 01:09:51 AM »
Not sure if this has been posted before but here is another clue for the TPU.

http://www.freepatentsonline.com/y2008/0129397.html

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« Reply #146 on: October 25, 2009, 01:46:40 AM »
hello everyone ... 

wish you all the best in your travels....  :)

here is my tip / clue about the tpu it is right in the name T P U

TP = TELEPORTATION  U = UNIT

SO I HAVE AN INTREST IN A PTPU  I SHALL BUILD DARN SOON I HAVE AQUIRED 3 FIBER NODES AND 25 ..   5MHZ TO 1 GHZ RF AMPS ... REAL BIGE ONES..  ;D ;D ;D ;D

THE PTPU WILL BE MY PORTABLE TELE PORT UNIT..

IST

TELEPORTS ON THE WAY ...  8) :o ;D

all the rf gear i have aquired all works and was just removed from operation and currently are running highspeed cable tv and internet and even hidef ...  so the gear i have can handle almost all i could ever throw at it ... plus with the fiber nodes i can switch clo0se to the speed of light ...  i have 3 of em too and i will be collecting more things as time goes by ...

now you see i have thease line extenders and a whole bunch of em .... each one has 3 feroite rod inductors on them ... i have about 450 of thease line extenders i have not even looked at all the goodies i have picked up yet im too darn busy building my lab .... but im 80 percent finished ....

then the fun shall begin agin with me anyways ... 



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Offline kooler

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« Reply #147 on: October 25, 2009, 03:43:53 AM »
hello,

i've tried to get the gyroscopic effect ...
and the only way i can feel it is to pulse a air coil of atleast 5 inches diameter
and it was not a rotating magnetic field...it would spin a compass for 5 seconds opon start up...
and it took me 100v and 2amps to get it...
but after i got it running faster than 20hz it was not noticable anymore
at 10hz it still trys to resist movement if put on a flat surface...

i hoping that i am getting closer

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« Reply #148 on: October 25, 2009, 04:26:13 PM »
Not sure if this has been posted before but here is another clue for the TPU.

http://www.freepatentsonline.com/y2008/0129397.html

Thanks for the link to this. Never saw it before. Shit, page 5, paragraph 0009 and 0010 just freaked me out as I was talking about this a few days ago.

The Earth does have many speeds of travel depending on what you hold as a relative comparison. The Earths movement through the universal space, what I now call its' Ether Speed is the ultimate speed of movement because it is compared to a stationary sea of ether that is everywhere.

Has anyone tried to build the device. Looks so easy.

@IST

Hey man, don't go and blow yourself up. I suggest you run your planned experiments by some members here before you do anything dangerous.

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« Reply #149 on: October 25, 2009, 07:14:00 PM »
Hi Wattsup,

I've been scouring every patent I can find for ideas to another project(a high speed flux disruptor) and came across this. It would be interesting to test the wire in a metal sheath approach. Play with the frequency until you hit the resonate frequency and see if anything can be captured on the output.

 

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