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Author Topic: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .  (Read 326674 times)

Offline sparks

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #315 on: June 14, 2012, 05:43:32 PM »
I would set the contact up stationary and move it up and down by a mechanical means. You can clearly see the deflections from the various angles of attack.  A perfect sphere on the gap might be better to study this.

   Another velocity and direction of the Earth has been confirmed by measuring the difference in cosmic back ground radiation as observed from Earth. .  This has been determined to be about 600km/sec towards the constellation Leo and points far beyond.  To gain anything from this you have to initiate something real fast inside a sphere or a torroidal configuration.  Otherwise you have to compute the peculiar motion of a whole bunch of stuff to figure out where to place your observer.  When you have to go to the market.  The market is travelling at 600km/sec towards Leo.  So aren't you and everything in the entire galaxy and supercluster.  So to get to the market you have to change your inertial organization some how. You have to alter your inertia so that the market and you aren't in inertial synchronization. The unit of inertia the inertia money so to speak is the photon.  You have to get rid of photons that are causing your inertial synchronization with the desired spot you want to go to.  So this 600km/sec inertial characteristic is shared with everything in the galaxy and to get somewhere in the galaxy we have to overcome this scalar inertial constant common to all matter in our galaxy and supercluster and alot of other "ancient stuff.   I think Ed knew this.  He watched the stars and all that and figured out peculiar motion of a body.

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #316 on: June 14, 2012, 05:59:51 PM »
Hey T

So how would we accomplish this?  ;]

Mags

Same system as N. Tesla used: AC signal, step up transformer charging capacitor then spark gap discharging capacitor in peaks -> Tesla coil/other transformer->load... :)

Offline TinselKoala

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #317 on: June 15, 2012, 07:26:10 AM »
Tesla used spark gaps because that was the best he could do. He knew that rapid interruption of the current was the key to generating good ringdowns between sparks in his LC primary tanks and some of his most remarkable work concerns improved types of spark gaps, including rotary mercury-bathed ones and magnetically quenched ones. The idea is to have the ringdown frequency of the primary tank circuit be the same as the resonant frequency of the air-core secondary. Air-core to eliminate magnetic saturation which limits voltage and wastes power. So you "strike" your primary LC tank with a sharp spark and the ringing oscillations resonate the secondary. The better your primary circuit and spark gap the more ringing with less decay (higher "Q") and the more power transfer to the resonant secondary. This is like pushing the child's swing in time to its swinging, but only giving it a new push every few cycles or so. You can get  the swing going very high using small pushes every few cycles.

So.... carry this idea a bit further using modern solid-state components, and simply "strike" the resonant secondary itself, by driving the primary directly at the secondary's resonant frequency.

Voila ! You have eliminated the need for the HV neon sign or microwave oven transformer, the big capacitor, the mechanical spark gap, and the danger of the HV primary supply. This is like pushing the swing on _every_ cycle, but without the losses of the cap and the transformer and the mechanical gap. You get improved power transfer, more construction options, and remarkable power levels because the voltage amplification from standing wave resonance in the secondary is so great.

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #318 on: June 16, 2012, 10:29:15 PM »
   Tesla used tube valves as soon as he talked Lee Deforrest into making them for him.  Tesla had something else going on in his transformers latter on.  It basically boils down to this.    Say you have a plate in a capacitor (in tesla's case the entire secondary is a plate)  and all of a sudden the plate gets bigger.  This uncharged piece of plate stays uncharged no matter how much Q is transferred to this new piece of plate.   The plate gives up as much charge as it can discharging to this new piece of it's matter that just won't charge up.  It's electrically connected to it with very little resistance but this piece of mass just wont charge up.  Now the plate in giving up it's charge is less charged than the space surrounding it.
So it's charge density drops below that of the earth.  Attach wire to Earth thru working circuit.  Now current flows from Earth to plate for predetermined amount of time.  The piece of plate with the huge amount of permittivity is caused to change it's permittivity just about the time your plate starts heating up expotentially.  The current is then reversed and radiates back into space surrounding the plate but with a whole bunch of gain extracted from the Earth charge density.  This little piece of the plate keeps radiating charge until it drops to background conditions.

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #319 on: June 17, 2012, 08:11:30 AM »

Note that the vertical blue travels up, BEFORE the terminal is closed on SEVERAL occasions. I've caught it thousands of times, this is just one video stepped frame example for you to see.


If you cover the flash a little would then the blue line also to see?

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #320 on: July 20, 2012, 01:51:17 AM »
Hi,  I was reading the first passage of Ed´s book and I found this:
 
This writing is lined up so when you read it you look East, and all the description you will read about magnetic current, it will be just as good for your electricity.
 
It stinks of cryptography (this writing is lined up)
 
1- When you read "it" look EAST
2- EAST = 5+1+19+20 = 45 =9
I tryed the ninth letter after every "it" on the first paragraph. The outcome was E+A+S+Y = easy!! Actually the last letter (y) cant be the ninth, is the last on the line, so I used the last.

Another funny thing. Ed says: "it will be just as good for your electricity"
Electricity is a word, so I tried the ninth word after every "electricity" on the text.
The outcome was:
experiment+tell+magnets+non-existing+electrons
Cool right??!! Can be a bunch of non-sense tough. I will keep looking into the text for a better confirmation.
Best regards, and good day!!
 

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #321 on: July 27, 2012, 04:50:51 PM »
Another riddle question for everyone:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFcd_QCLK5w#t=0h12m22s and multilayer Tesla coil winding http://nikolat.wikispaces.com/file/view/tesla-high-freq-coil.pdf
Both have same winding  :o

So what is relationship between them?


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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #322 on: July 28, 2012, 12:11:15 AM »
I know exactly how Ed Leedskalnin moved HUGE & heavy boulders AT NIGHT without touching them.
Click on the Link below & you can know too (if you are NOT closed minded).
Ed did NOT use any drums nor electronics.
 
 
http://www.thelivingmoon.com/44cosmic_wisdom/02files/Levitation03.html
 
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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #323 on: July 28, 2012, 01:36:41 AM »
@Fatbird:

So how did Ed move those heavy blocks? We do know he had various sorts of magnets and wire coils. How could that together with his 'permanent magnet holder' having anything in common with 'sound-driven-levitation'??

sincerely,
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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #324 on: July 28, 2012, 01:57:14 AM »
Another relationship with spark gap in Eds generator and Ismael Aviso - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rv7C7YOetDY#t=0h30m20s

Is it coincidence? :)


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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #325 on: July 28, 2012, 02:25:51 AM »
" Ed did NOT use any drums nor electronics. "


If I recall correctly, Ed was heard singing to the stones though.

Regards...



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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #326 on: July 28, 2012, 03:26:21 AM »
" Ed did NOT use any drums nor electronics. "


If I recall correctly, Ed was heard singing to the stones though.

Regards...

You do not need electronics to short coil on peaks with spark gap... :)
The same thing between Ed Leedskalnin generator and Ismael Aviso and N. Tesla is coil shorting on peaks for very short period of time.

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #327 on: July 28, 2012, 03:01:07 PM »
Quote
How could that together with his 'permanent magnet holder' having anything in common with 'sound-driven-levitation'??
The average elevation of Homestead is 5 feet above sea level. The highest is around 26 feet so it is possible sound may have been used.
Cavitations in the Coral?
Notice the higher sound pressure in the graph.
http://www.subacoustech.com/research/images/human_hearing_thresholds.png

Notice also its the lower bass frequencies that have the highest sound pressure. Bass frequencies are a longer wavelength which is why you hear the bass first on an approaching vehicle.

Nice link Fatbird!

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #328 on: July 28, 2012, 04:48:58 PM »
  I recently visited coral castle and this is a place of musement. Not amusement musesment.  Upon observing the back wall of Ed's college the first thing I mused upon was the sculptures he placed there.  Working from right to left there was a small crescent wrench (tool used by mechanics often called an open end wrench)  then a large crescent wrench  followed by a sculpture of Saturn and then a sculpture of the moon.  The gravitational fields of these two cosmological features most influence the gravitational field work done on the Earth.  The moon in one day does more work on the Earth than man has ever done since the beginning of time.  Saturn the big giant gas ball of huge mass is secondary to the moon in gravitational influence upon our planet. 

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #329 on: September 06, 2012, 06:25:33 PM »
http://i113.photobucket.com/albums/n213/oadamo/castlemagnet.jpg
i might be down the wrong path, but any thoughts welcome.
adm