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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #6225 on: March 28, 2011, 09:03:06 PM »
I just start. Can anyone share the schematic? I want to start build.

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #6226 on: March 28, 2011, 09:36:53 PM »
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I just start. Can anyone share the schematic? I want to start build.

'S unique pattern of functioning is that Tariel Kapanadze not have anyone to

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #6227 on: March 29, 2011, 01:40:28 PM »
What does the process of ionization entail?

Radiation is absorbed by the material it penetrates by a process known as ionization. Radiation creates ions in the material that it passes through, and some or all of the radiation energy is lost during this process. An ion is an atom, group of atoms, or a particle with a positive or negative charge. Ionization is any process that changes the electrical balance within an atom. If we remove an electron from a stable atom, the atom becomes electrically incomplete. That is, there are more protons in the nucleus (positive charges) than there are electrons (negative charges). With an electron removed, the atom possesses a plus one charge, therefore it is a positive ion. Consequently, the liberated electron is a negative ion, as long as it exists by itself and does not combine with another atom.

Where do the electrons come from?

You already know that matter is made up of atoms, and atoms have electrons that orbit around the nucleus in shells. All we need to do is get the electron free of their orbit. How do we do this? The answer is fairly simple. If we take a piece of conductive wire and pass a current through it, the wire will heat up due to the resistance in the wire. The heat of the wire excites the electrons and they will break away (boil off) from the wire to expend the energy picked up from the heat of the current. When the energy of the electron is expended, it will return to the wire to become heated again. So this heated wire serves as our source of electrons.

Why do the electrons need to be accelerated and how is it done?

Our second requirement is to get the electrons traveling at high speeds. The reason we need to propel the electrons at high speeds is because the energy that the electron possesses and can transfer is dependent on its velocity. The higher the velocity of the electron when it interacts with an atom, the greater the energy of the radiation that will be produced. Propelling the electron is fairly simple. Since unlike charges (positive and negative) attract, and electrons posses a negative charge, all we need is a positive charge nearby to attract the electron. We can accomplish this by placing a piece of metal (anode) a short distance away from the wire filament (cathode).
When we apply a voltage to this anode, we place a high positive charge on it. This high positive charge acts much like a magnet, only it is attracting free electrons. The positive charge will possess a strong attractive force to the negative charge of the electrons that are boiling off of the filament. This attractive force pulls the electrons towards the anode at high speeds. By increasing the voltage applied to the anode we can increase the speed of the electrons.

What does the target material do?

The third and final requirement is to have a target material for the electrons to interact with. By placing some sort of matter between the electrons (filament) and the positive charge (anode) we meet our need. Also, the anode itself can be used as the target. In high voltage X-ray generators a special target material (Tungsten) is usually embedded into the anode. This gives the electrons a suitable material to interact with and produce x-rays. When the electron hits the target material, several things can happen. The electron can be absorbed by an atom and its energy transferred to the atom, the energy of the electron can cause another electron to be knocked out of its energy shell, or the electron may just slightly interact with other atomic particles. Radiation will be produced in all of these cases, but the energy of the radiation will be different.
The means of acceleration of the electrons is provided by applying a potential difference (voltage) across the tube anode and cathode and is independent of the voltage and current across the filament.

The Cathode

From the above illustration let's look at each of the components separately beginning with the cathode. The cathode is the negative terminal of the tube assembly and includes the filament, which is a small-coiled wire that is commonly made from tungsten. The filament provides the electrons for acceleration to the target (anode). Tungsten is metal with the desired properties for filaments, you have probably seen a tungsten filament in a light bulb before. The filament is normally powered by an alternating current that is supplied to it by a separate transformer.

The Anode

The positive terminal of an x-ray tube is called the anode, it serves three important functions, (1) it provides a complete circuit for purposes of accelerating the electrons, (2) it houses the target material, and (3) it helps to cool the tube. We already mentioned before that the generation of X-rays generates a tremendous amount of heat. If the heat in a tube was ignored, the target material that is embedded in the anode would be destroyed in a short period of time. The anode is typically made from materials with good thermal properties to dissipate heat. Copper and tungsten are common anode materials. In addition to using thermally conductive materials for the anode, alternate means of cooling that may be employed are gas, oil, water, or air.

http://www.ndt-ed.org/EducationResources/HighSchool/Radiography/introxrays.htm

@CosmoLV, is this the principle?

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #6228 on: March 29, 2011, 06:33:17 PM »
Hi,
Last night I had little bit time to play and record the evidence,
so apology to those who find it not relevant, but I hope
it may refresh some memories and open some thoughts until completion.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKHqn-ng3Mc

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #6229 on: March 29, 2011, 07:57:02 PM »
Hi,
Last night I had little bit time to play and record the evidence,
so apology to those who find it not relevant, but I hope
it may refresh some memories and open some thoughts until completion.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKHqn-ng3Mc

d.

Awesome video, great song and so true!!

Thank you for "reminding" us.  :)

Is that (I assume aluminum) plate charged?
If so, how?  With what source?

Thank you for this and all your work.
DonL

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #6230 on: March 29, 2011, 08:26:58 PM »
@Dole, Nice video thanks.

I found another interesting article on my quest:

Scientists Create Radiation Absorption Device - An Artificial Black Hole

Researchers in China have created an electromagnetic absorbing device for microwave frequencies. The device, called an “omnidirectional electromagnetic absorber”, is made of a thin cylinder comprising 60 concentric rings of metamaterials  and is capable of absorbing microwave radiation, so they compared it to an astrophysical black hole which soaks up matter and light.

The research published in New Journal of Physics outlines how the researchers utilized the special properties of metamaterials, a class of ordered composites which can distort light and other waves.  Qiang Cheng and Tie Jun Cui of the State Key Laboratory of Millimeter Waves at Southeast University in Nanjing, China, designed and fabricated their omnidirectional electromagnetic absorber using 60 strips of circuit board arranged in concentric layers coated in copper. Each layer is imprinted with alternating patterns, which resonate or don’t resonate in electromagnetic waves.

The designed device can trap and absorb electromagnetic waves coming from all directions by spiraling the radiation inwards and converting its energy into heat with an absorption rate of 99%. Hence it behaves like an “electromagnetic black body” or an “electromagnetic black hole”.

At the moment, the device only works with microwaves, but the researchers are planning to develop a black hole for visible light next.

The current results could find some applications in microwaves. As the researchers write, “The good agreement between theoretical and experimental results has shown the excellent ability for metamaterials as the candidate to construct artificial
omnidirectional absorbing devices.

“Since the lossy core can transfer electromagnetic energies into heat energies, we expect that the proposed device could find important applications in thermal emitting and electromagnetic-wave harvesting.”

http://www.science20.com/news_articles/scientists_create_radiation_absorption_device_artificial_black_hole

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #6231 on: March 29, 2011, 09:58:30 PM »
@Dole,

Thank you.

Kindest Regards, Penno

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #6232 on: March 30, 2011, 03:01:34 AM »
How Camera Flashes Work.

The basic idea is to conduct electrical current -- to move free electrons -- through the gas in the tube, from one electrode to the other. As the free electrons move, they energize xenon atoms, causing the atoms to emit visible light photons (see How Light Works for details on how atoms generate photons).
You can't do this with the gas in its normal state, because it has very few free electrons -- that is, nearly all the electrons are bonded to atoms, so there are almost no charged particles in the gas. To make the gas conductive, you have to introduce free electrons into the mix.

This is the metal trigger plate's job. If you briefly apply a high positive voltage (electromotive force) to this plate, it will exert a strong attraction on the negatively charged electrons in the atoms. If this attraction is strong enough, it will pull the electrons free from the atoms. The process of removing an atom's electrons is called ionization.
The free electrons have a negative charge, so once they are free, they will move toward the positively charged terminal and away from the negatively charged terminal. As the electrons move, they collide with other atoms, causing these atoms to lose electrons as well, further ionizing the gas. The speeding electrons collide with xenon atoms, which become energized and generate light (see How Fluorescent Lamps Work for more information).
To accomplish this, you need relatively high voltage (electrical "pressure"). It takes a couple hundred volts to move electrons between the two electrodes, and you need a few thousand volts to introduce enough free electrons to make the gas conductive.
A typical camera battery only offers 1.5 volts, so the flash circuit needs to boost the voltage substantially. In the next section, we'll find out how it does this.

http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/camera-flash1.htm

Most of the flash circuits I have seen have a diode reversed biased that places a negative voltage on one of the electrodes. The other electrode, is connected to (-) negative on the circuit. So what becomes the positive charged terminal? I imagine it's the trigger plate and the positive ions race towards both negative terminals.

I guess, in the TK device, the million dollar question is 'What are you ionizing? (A) Air, (B) Conductor (C) Insulator.

BTW - If you place a meter across the xenon bulb when at full charge and prior to triggering what side of the bulb shows positive? Anyone ever do this?

Respectfully,

Core

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #6233 on: March 30, 2011, 09:41:28 AM »
I guess, in the TK device, the million dollar question is 'What are you ionizing? (A) Air, (B) Conductor (C) Insulator.
BTW - If you place a meter across the xenon bulb when at full charge and prior to triggering what side of the bulb shows positive? Anyone ever do this?
Respectfully,
Core


Yes I did some experiments on that, if I did remember correctly and did not make mistake under measurements (what is quiet often, believe or not) polarity reverse prior to discharge. Answer to the question should be A and C (there are the same) providing very specific properties for B as a path, whatever it is.
Interesting to report under last youtube I was able to see tiny glow from my body in the dark attached to third coil, there was no current in my body I feel I just provide energy flow ionizing myself. Then it become clearer a report that top of the Tesla tower glow very bright and not sending sparks as many think. Thanks in advance if any have some more reference to the subject.

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #6234 on: March 30, 2011, 09:46:21 AM »
Most of the flash circuits I have seen have a diode reversed biased that places a negative voltage on one of the electrodes. The other electrode, is connected to (-) negative on the circuit. So what becomes the positive charged terminal? I imagine it's the trigger plate and the positive ions race towards both negative terminals.

I guess, in the TK device, the million dollar question is 'What are you ionizing? (A) Air, (B) Conductor (C) Insulator.

BTW - If you place a meter across the xenon bulb when at full charge and prior to triggering what side of the bulb shows positive? Anyone ever do this?

Respectfully,

Core
Hi Core
The negative point of your circuit is your reference point. if you produce a more negative potential voltage with reference to this negative point...then the negative point becomes more positive in relation ship the the negative potential. Not easy to grasp at first but if you think about it long enough it becomes clear!! If you connect a voltmeters negative probe to the negative potential and the positive to circuit negative, it will indicate a positive voltage reading. Hope this helps.

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« Reply #6235 on: March 30, 2011, 12:24:00 PM »
@Dole,

May I ask from where that Nicola Tesla quote is taken?

Penno

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #6236 on: March 30, 2011, 01:37:38 PM »
@Dole, Do you want to share your setup you used in the video so i can replicate?

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« Reply #6237 on: March 30, 2011, 02:50:36 PM »
@Dole, Do you want to share your setup you used in the video so i can replicate?

scratchrobot

No problem but i hope not to disappoint you, there was always a same circuit,
more or less, depending of source you have, AC or DC. I still do not have all components i need,
but then I learn more how to tune what I have. It is like some kind of puzzle
and I do not know how to explain but I see it and it is just happening.
You can use whatever components you have.

http://www.tfcbooks.com/tesla/nt_on_ac.htm#35

d.
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But there is much more to find (for example TK :),
You see this bulb in the video, if I hold exiting terminal in the left hand and bulb
in the right then another person just touch bulb and it will light in our hens.
I will hang this on youtube one day.

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #6238 on: March 30, 2011, 03:32:37 PM »
Dole,
Sir your observations sound familiar?
They sound similar to findings shared here by Saint Buzz [friend to all Humanity].
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At this point, two people should be able to each hold one leg of a neon 4 feet from your copper tubing coil and it should glow to full brightness.

You should be able to attach one leg of a neon to a earthly ground and touch the other to the copper coil and it should not glow at all.

You should be able to hold one end of the neon and start a fire with the other end by placing a piece of paper between a hard metal object such as a razerblade and the free end of the neon. At this point, electricity should be running backwards.
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Well, actually I believe these observations [this experiment] may have been accidently deleted from this thread?

With Respect
Chet


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« Reply #6239 on: March 30, 2011, 07:18:56 PM »
Dole

what you DOESN't  use from this circuit http://www.tfcbooks.com/tesla/nt_on_ac.htm#35  ?