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Author Topic: Bloch wall disconnect and reconnect. The final design!  (Read 321677 times)

Offline giantkiller

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Bloch wall disconnect and reconnect. The final design!
« on: October 29, 2009, 07:31:19 PM »
The subject here is not to discuss but to extract.

Look at all the designs, Steven Mark, Bedini, Tesla, Deyo, Searl, Don Smith, Tom Bearden, Bill Muller, Kunel, Hutchison, Leedskalnin PMH, ETC. Look at these!

The BEMF is the reconnecting of the disconnected Bloch wall in the opposite polarity.
The resonance is a misnomer. The snapping back is the Block wall reconnecting. Put a coil in its way. That is all! Repeat this to yourself and look again at all the designs!

When you use a coil to break the flux then fire it in the opposite direction to get the opposing field, repulsion.

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« Last Edit: October 29, 2009, 09:17:06 PM by giantkiller »

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Re: Bloch wall disconnect and reconnect. The final design!
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2009, 10:33:37 PM »
I think you are right GK I remember hearing Bedini and Bearden explaining how the Bedini coil is a pump. I think I get it now.

The website  altenergy-pro.com mentioned in the video of the Don Smith talk posted by IST in the 'Steven Marks secret' thread and referenced here by GK is gone. 

but...

http://www.archive.org/index.php has several years of archived pages ranging from 2001 to 2008, only some of the links work but there are hi-res pictures to be found.

Apologies if this has already been mentioned elsewhere

keep up the amazing work everyone

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Re: Bloch wall disconnect and reconnect. The final design!
« Reply #2 on: October 29, 2009, 10:56:09 PM »
http://www.wbabin.net/science/tombe38.pdf

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Abstract.
During a collision, momentum is alwaysconserved. The large scale kinetic energy on the other hand,may or may not be conserved.When kinetic energy on the large scale is conserved during acollision, we say that the situation is matched. It will beconcluded that a matched collision involves only a largescale pulse of aether with a prodigious speed that is manyorders of magnitude greater than the speed of light, andmaybe even instantaneous. An unmatched collision on theother hand will involve both a large scale aether pulse aswell as a microscopic particle compression wave with a finite speed in the order of the speed of sound.This aether pulse, which we will call a vitreous pulse, is acompression wave of aether involving an actual net aetherflow that moves through a rigid body and causes large scaleacceleration. This large scale acceleration is due to anaethereal force which we will call G5.

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Analogy with Electric CurrentVI.
The mechanical scenario above has got an analogy with electric current. The action-at-a-distance aethereal effect is similar to electric current, which is a flow of aether through a wire. This aethereal electric current can instantly perceive the path of least resistance. It will initially leak sideways from the wire and arc through the electric sea [2] to thereturn limb of the circuit. This will cause linear polarization which willimpede the flow. The aether will then flow wide of the polarized region.This will continue until the region of electric sea enclosed by the wire istotally polarized, in which case, the electric current will then be confinedto the wire itself. See ‘Electrical Arcing and Action-at-a-Distance’ at,http://www.wbabin.net/science/tombe27.pdf  The linear polarization effect constitutes near field radiation. It will propagate in the space between the outward and return wire of the circuit in the form of a transverse electro-polarization (TEP) wave, and it will propagate with a finite speed.

A rectangular TEP wave propagating in the space between the two wires of an electric circuit is an example of a situation that involves both largescale motion of aethereal kinetic energy, and fine grain elastic wavemotion of the electric particles of the electric sea. It is an electricalanalogy to the sliding row of metal balls that are joined together withsprings.The turns ratio of the coils in an AC transformer will decide the split ratiobetween the magnitude of the pure aethereal electric current in the wireone the one hand, and the magnitude of the elastic displacement currentin the TEP wave on the other hand. The former is the large scale kinetic energy current which uses the symbol I, whereas the latter is consideredto be voltage or tension which uses the symbol V

Like I alluded to, a "force" perp to the mag field, induces particle drift, and here is the force of choice.

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Re: Bloch wall disconnect and reconnect. The final design!
« Reply #3 on: October 29, 2009, 11:02:17 PM »
The current website is here but nothing has changed:

http://www.28an.com/altenergypro/

I don't know if Don is still alive. I haven't found any posts by him since 2005. I think the site is hosted and maintained by a relative of his.

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Re: Bloch wall disconnect and reconnect. The final design!
« Reply #4 on: October 30, 2009, 01:32:08 AM »
@Grumpy,
Yep, I used 90degrees and Spherics used 45degrees.
Deyo's coil subunits are at 90degrees. His are interesting tho because the base winding produces a circular magnetic current in the steel washers.

Don Smiths site is one of the first ones I found on my journey. I could see his design openly in his pictures.
I should reiterate and correct at the same time. Resonance is the frequency of the 2 dipole coils. Use a lower frequency in the flux cutter/bloch wall seperator coil.

I have the Tesla biography 'The inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla' by Thomas Commerford Martin for $1.99usd mentioned by Don Smith in video. The figure 113 on Page 173 shows this configuration also. Figure 134 on page 211 shows the magnetically quenching spark gap so the fundamental discharges occur in quicker succession.

--gk. Been a good day to lay tracks and leave dust.
« Last Edit: October 30, 2009, 02:36:01 AM by giantkiller »

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Re: Bloch wall disconnect and reconnect. The final design!
« Reply #5 on: October 30, 2009, 01:55:06 AM »
@Grumpy,
Yep, I used 90degrees and Spherics used 45degrees.

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You can see the hexagonal configuration all over Jon's Coral Castle Code site.  Rather uncanny to see it is so fundamental.  60 degrees.

Trying like hell, but can't find an easier way to make the shock that does not require precise timing.


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Re: Bloch wall disconnect and reconnect. The final design!
« Reply #6 on: October 30, 2009, 02:07:32 AM »
Also the 2 parabolics. Andrew Basiago mentions these as a temporal field transmission antenna.
You can see the hexagonal configuration all over Jon's Coral Castle Code site.  Rather uncanny to see it is so fundamental.  60 degrees.

Trying like hell, but can't find an easier way to make the shock that does not require precise timing.

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Re: Bloch wall disconnect and reconnect. The final design!
« Reply #7 on: October 30, 2009, 02:19:58 AM »
This is as clear as it gets:
http://www.28an.com/altenergypro/device03-1.htm
This picture is the one I had been using for interrogation. The red stripe is the Bloch wall separation coil. It is pulsed in the opposite way as the main 2 copper coils.
At first when I saw the PVC I knew the prospect of low amperage, high resonance.
There is even a fan as a spark gap on the left hand corner of the board. I believe this circuit is a close model of the Telsa ionizer. This can be done with 555s.
And this device here is a Hubbard subset but matches Bill Muller's backyard turbine to a Tee. And Don does have a Hubbard built that runs also.
http://www.28an.com/altenergypro/device09-2.htm
Between the boards is a spinning wheel, most likely aluminum with holes in it that cut between the electromagnetic coils. The motor is in the center view.
And in device 6-1:
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The Magnetic Flux Energy is Amplified then Transformed into Electrical Flux becoming useful Power.
This is the correction to all previous coil attempts where the electrical approach has been tried. Don Smith reiterates this numerous times in the vid. That is why the flux is cut instead of snapping the coils with drive. The difference in the approach is with the wrong way we push a field out then let it collapse. The correct way is cut the flux of a resonant field and let it snap back to normality. Looks a polarity issue.
@Grumpy, The perp fields do this interface / interaction also. This is the kind of control that the Stargate type devices need. Erfinder and Spherics know what they are talking about.

And this one thread has the complete mix of it all. Check out the model of Coral castle. Then the moon fountain.
http://www.energeticforum.com/renewable-energy/2410-stan-deyo.html

The current website is here but nothing has changed:

http://www.28an.com/altenergypro/

I don't know if Don is still alive. I haven't found any posts by him since 2005. I think the site is hosted and maintained by a relative of his.
« Last Edit: October 30, 2009, 03:00:26 AM by giantkiller »

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Re: Bloch wall disconnect and reconnect. The final design!
« Reply #8 on: October 30, 2009, 02:58:34 AM »
THE LAST  pic you posted gk IS THE EXACT SAME DEAL AS MAC'S BREAKING COIL ... BUT THE MASS OF COPPER IS TUNED TO THE NEO .....

TO CUT THE FLUX ....  THE COIL IS THEN SHORTED ... AND RELEASED TO ATAIN USEABLE  ELECTRICAL POWER FROM 0 INPUT!

MAC HAS DONE THE SAME THING WITH OUT MOVEING PARTS ASIDE THE SW ... BE IT A REED OR WHATEVER .....

BUT IT REALLY DOES NOT MATTER ... 

THEASE THINGS CAN WORK A NUMBER OF WAYS ..  ;D

I REALLY LIKE THE DEMO HE DID ....  KEEPING IT SIMPLE ... 

I LIKE THAT  ;D

IST!

TAKE A T COIL SMACK A STEEL SHEET INSOLATED FROM AN IDENTICAL STEEL PLATE TO YOUR LOAD THEN TO EARTH GROUND ....

 ;)

HOW MANY KW YOU WANT ?

PS GK ... DID YOU DRAW THAT ON FIG 113 ....   LOL !

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Re: Bloch wall disconnect and reconnect. The final design!
« Reply #9 on: October 30, 2009, 03:12:24 AM »
innovation_station,

Where can I find more info on Mac's coils? Any replications?

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« Reply #10 on: October 30, 2009, 03:21:41 AM »
I believe Spark's suggest of equal turns of copper and steel were as close as possible to the simplest way. Then individual length is the adjustment like SM said.

You can see the hexagonal configuration all over Jon's Coral Castle Code site.  Rather uncanny to see it is so fundamental.  60 degrees.

Trying like hell, but can't find an easier way to make the shock that does not require precise timing.

But I see what you have said here. The angular displacement is key.

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« Reply #11 on: October 30, 2009, 04:07:13 AM »
Don said he used a spark gap. I am going to put a stun gun drive on the separator coil.

Here is a mag amp.

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« Reply #12 on: October 30, 2009, 05:04:55 PM »
The connection between the Coral castle hexagon(Star of David), Keely's 2 chords of 3 notes each, Leedskalnin moon fountain, and Andy Basiago's radar boom device called the Chronolizer...

I believe Spark's suggest of equal turns of copper and steel were as close as possible to the simplest way. Then individual length is the adjustment like SM said.

But I see what you have said here. The angular displacement is key.

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« Reply #13 on: October 30, 2009, 05:48:10 PM »
Don Smith's device 6-1 Layout and schematic.

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« Reply #14 on: October 30, 2009, 06:15:40 PM »
GK

You're on a roll, keep it up!!!