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Author Topic: Magnet Orientation ? - Bedini 10-Coil  (Read 22233 times)

Offline amigo

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Re: Magnet Orientation ? - Bedini 10-Coil
« Reply #15 on: February 14, 2010, 04:08:23 AM »
this is a free forum... you obviously have no idea of what hosting bandwidth costs.

Actually, you can get quite a lot of bandwidth for $150-200/mo.

We are talking about your own dedicated Xeon server and 2-4,000GB/mo transfer which is pretty much a standard nowadays in server offerings.

So what's the problem then? This site has to be making easily $200/mo, unless Stefan expects a salary for himself, in which case the site is run from some cheapish hoster with lousy specs. Oh wait, but it is on a shitty server with shitty features. :P


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Re: Magnet Orientation ? - Bedini 10-Coil
« Reply #15 on: February 14, 2010, 04:08:23 AM »

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Re: Magnet Orientation ? - Bedini 10-Coil
« Reply #16 on: February 14, 2010, 04:34:04 AM »
Actually, you can get quite a lot of bandwidth for $150-200/mo.

We are talking about your own dedicated Xeon server and 2-4,000GB/mo transfer which is pretty much a standard nowadays in server offerings.

So what's the problem then? This site has to be making easily $200/mo, unless Stefan expects a salary for himself, in which case the site is run from some cheapish hoster with lousy specs. Oh wait, but it is on a shitty server with shitty features. :P
thanks amigo, i am well aware of what hosting costs. i have been doing programming and database engineering for over a decade.

we are? i don't recall any mention of xeons...

the problem appears to be that those who don't own/run the site think they should be able to dictate how it is run/administered. as far as what the site makes, i think you are assuming. furthermore, if i was stephan, i would be expecting a salary for myself.

can we get back to the topic?
thanks for posting the pics compututor.

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Re: Magnet Orientation ? - Bedini 10-Coil
« Reply #17 on: February 14, 2010, 04:59:38 AM »
CompuTutor, this should help lift up your spirits.

 You are rather new here and most likely missed my topic about using both poles of a electromagnetic coil. Bedini has only used one in all of his designs which waste the other pole. I brought this up over a year ago and to date I have only seen one other utilize both poles. That was Johnybrovo who used one pole to spin one disc and the other to spin another disc. He found that my theory was correct. What I would like to see is both poles being used to spin one disc. This would double the torque which would provide more power to over come more resistance which would supply more energy.
 Something that most have over looked is the fact that a coil has two poles and both are equal and you can not have one without the other. When you use one, the other is there and is capable of producing equal work as the other with out requiring any additional input power.
 I was going to build what I have in mind but my focus was steered away to another experiment that is proving to be much better and much easier for people to build that would provide free energy without the need for a outside power source to start it.

 I do hope this helps lift up your spirits again and I wish all the the best of luck to you and all.

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Re: Magnet Orientation ? - Bedini 10-Coil
« Reply #17 on: February 14, 2010, 04:59:38 AM »
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Re: Magnet Orientation ? - Bedini 10-Coil
« Reply #18 on: February 14, 2010, 04:45:42 PM »
Something that most have over looked is the fact that a coil has two poles and both are equal and you can not have one without the other. When you use one, the other is there and is capable of producing equal work as the other with out requiring any additional input power.
 I was going to build what I have in mind but my focus was steered away to another experiment that is proving to be much better and much easier for people to build that would provide free energy without the need for a outside power source to start it.
Good point Nightlife
That was my motivation for building the "Sotropa Motor".
BTW, using colorful language does not diminish our intelligence.
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Re: Magnet Orientation ? - Bedini 10-Coil
« Reply #19 on: February 14, 2010, 05:35:14 PM »
...BTW, using colorful language does not diminish our intelligence.
Tropes

Yeah, but coming home from a funeral
and downing over half of a 1.75L of rum
then Wilby-Bashing was uncalled for...

I already messaged Stefan to delete all
that "Colorful language" in interest of those
that it can offend (Noted NightLife, Etc.).



I do agree,
and a smaller disc spinning the opposite direction
in some vid I saw somewhere did come to mind when I read that.

But when I watched the EFTV vid with John,
it seemed to be explained as two norths pressed together
forming a "Sharp North" which loaded (Saturated) the coil's core
and hence windings, but the "Scaler South" that returned
between the magnet pairs that swamped the coils during
the field collapse was giving the magnetic field's collapse
the added (OU) push that is claimed to be there?

I'll dig out my copy and watch it later more carefully.

But I remember something about the spacing of the magnets,
and the timing of the open/close circuits
utilized the "South" of them somehow.

I started this thread to get to the bottom of
the "Sharp North" thing first,
then play with coils & cores after I had that established.

Cart before the horse I ask?



OK, I came back to add a bit more...
I have this hair-brained idea
that will turn up in "half Baked" sometime.

I wanted to understand the N><N thing,
to combine it with parallel path theory.

The 4X available with parallel path setups,
mixed with (What I though was a) novel idea
by also using that N><N concept too.

To get both get the magnetism in,
and then back out of a core/coil assembly
seemed like a match made in heaven.
(Pun intended...)

Anyway, I can't wait,
I've gone to re-watch that vid again.





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Re: Magnet Orientation ? - Bedini 10-Coil
« Reply #19 on: February 14, 2010, 05:35:14 PM »
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Offline CompuTutor

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Re: Magnet Orientation ? - Bedini 10-Coil
« Reply #20 on: February 14, 2010, 06:37:50 PM »
Yeah, on EFTV 6 (Energy From The Vacuum)
"Inside Radiant Energy" starting at about 5 Minutes.

He starts talking about the real 10-coil unit.

He clearly both says and shows the trigger circuit
triggering between the magnets at what he says is
22-Degrees off of magnet pair ("Sharp North") center.

10-Coils/365-Degrees = 36.5-Degrees each.

I'm sure he meant 18.25-Degrees, not 22...



Another interesting unexplained effect happens
at about 1:20 into EFTV disc 2 to the camera.

He is talking about the audible clicking from the coils.

He holds his hands on a couple generator coils,
then puts his hand on the (3-PM) trigger coil.

Watch around his hand and past that coil,
the darkness of the breaker box helps show this.

Wierd stuff.
« Last Edit: February 14, 2010, 07:04:06 PM by CompuTutor »

Offline CompuTutor

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Re: Magnet Orientation ? - Bedini 10-Coil
« Reply #21 on: February 14, 2010, 10:51:10 PM »
CompuTutor, this should help lift up your spirits.

 You are rather new here and most likely missed my topic about using both poles of a electromagnetic coil.

With 61 pages of posts I am at a slight loss without a hint.

This one perhaps ?
"new magnetic motor goes 2000 rpm without load 1000 rpm with load"

I'll gladly read/learn/ponder,
if you would be so kind as to
throw me a clue about which thread.

Thanks

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Re: Magnet Orientation ? - Bedini 10-Coil
« Reply #21 on: February 14, 2010, 10:51:10 PM »
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