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News / Neutrino Energy
« Last post by Feb2006 on Today at 02:04:42 AM »

"Operating principle according to manufacturer information, as of 02/2023

A multilayer nanomaterial made of graphene and doped silicon is applied to a thin carrier film to generate energy. The layered arrangement of these films generates an electrical voltage of up to 1.5 V and a measurable current of up to 2 A on an area of ​​approx. 200 x 300 mm. Around 1,500 square meters of this nanomaterial are required for the performance of a Power Cube. Thanks to modern coating processes and the properties of neutrinos, these films can be folded thin and compact. Although it may be necessary to heat or cool the material inside to achieve optimal resonance effects, there is still a significant excess of energy."
Maybe he got the leaping into the air idea from the first 20 seconds of the previous link.

I believe Member Dusty (associate of Butch LaFonte ) did build a launching wheel
Earlier in this topic ?
I remember this launch idea being discussed,and Dusty giving it a try ?

Will have to search a bit as Dusty did a few builds ( other topics?)
Chet K
I've been out of the game, hadn't seen that Abeling website. He's giving pretty big hints, I now realize.

Says the upward side is "light". Makes me suspect the weight join it with excess speed versus the place on the wheel where they join. With curved slots as we've seen of him in the past, the weights, given some good horizontal speed at the bottom, could be radially catching up to the upward side of the wheel.
The "jumping" longitudinally, doesn't need to be a real jump. The Dutch language kind of implies it, but I'd also also accept the weight moving off the wheels at the upward side, around main axle height or higher, and shifting to a near horizontal support ramp that's OFF the wheel. The weight could then be dropped to hit the wheel with some speed, radially catching up and tranferring some impulse, but still keeping momentum on or off the wheel at the bottom, to hit the tighter bend upward, transfer some energy to the wheel before locking onto it, and being lifted quite straight up near the main axle.

Random thought.
Imagine the weight indeed freefalls (clockwise wheel) from say 2 to 4, and then lands on a pring loaded lever that tightens the weight's inward trajectory and leaves it would do good residual speed for the hard work on the early ascend. The moment the weight leaves that lever, there is a snap back that would positively drive the wheel late in that phase, for the weight, when the weight really at that moment has some decent radial speed, going largely horizontally at the rim of the wheel and perhaps even faster than (being off) the rim.

The weight may have a pretty elaborate path around the wheel, and may even at not one moment be on a circular trajectory around the main axle. Shifting between freefall, helping push the wheel down around 2-4, then pushing again from 6 to 7 or even 7 to 8, and then a passive phase where the momentum of the main wheel is lifting the weight, but hardly necessarily in an orbit of the main axle, At 10 or even 9, it could roll through a trap, transition to a near horizontal path and get freefall from 4 or 3 again.
Perhaps the free fall could be from the height of 12, but above 3 and then do the mother of all freefalls to 3, transfer a lot of momentum there, fall through a trap again and then ROLL across the rim, faster than the rim itself, arriving at 6 early and then doing a vertical push against the wheel. If falling from 12 height, the work up would be going higher. With so little time on the wheel, let along a fixed location on the wheel, it may hardly matter whether you drop from 3 or 12. 12 would just be higher energy.

Anyone here proficient with these simulation softwares I used to see on forums?

Intuitively, I sense there might be something with the relationshipo between the freefall energy (not height or speed), work down on landing, kinetic energy achieve at 6 (could be below 6, I don't know whether that would help, simulation might tell us), the work done on the way up, and how much the wheel needs to work to get the weight to the freefall height. Where the weight surfaces at it summit, left or right, doesn't matter at all. Abeling says that it "jumps", so I suspect it summits left of the axle, tranfers to the right while off the wheel, and then only rejoins the wheel (momentarily or partially by transfering energy but never slowing down to wheel speed and radius), to leave an upward left strike. In my theory, the lifting is the hard part, but the wheels has its own momentum and gets help from eight weight once or twice.

The much discussed tightening radius from 6 to 8-9 MIGHT be the holy grail where the centrifugal force is able to bring anomalous work. A smart exact curve to be taken to make it all work? Don't tell me it's the gold ratio curve...

I like the idea of the weight exceeding wheel speed at 6, making the tight bend, and ending up pushing the wheel as it transition to the radial that was at 7 or 8 already when the weight just passed the 6 position and actually doing some work to the wheel on the way up.
Abeling mentions the wheel being light on the upward side, that might indeed be the vertical car jump thing. That car goes nearly all the way up, and doesn't do work on the way up.

Abeling mentions a stationary moment for the weight from which it's accelerated. Now that could be a previously loaded spring that lifts the wheel to its summit. If that spring is mounted to the downward side it's a double kicker, but harder to accomplish. The spring load could be a sub system loaded when the weight lands (catch is mentioned), and it could be timed to not need any spring at all, just a well placed off-the-wheel lever that is hit by a falling weight and then kick another to its summit.
Wireless Energy Transfer / Re: Kapanadze and other FE discussion
« Last post by stivep on September 26, 2023, 11:45:39 PM »
The answer is provided in maximum condensed  form as most of this
forum readers doesn't like to read if they feel like intimidated by level of technicality.
But let's go back to Nikola Tesla.
The wireless transmission of energy over a distance of 26 miles to illuminate 200 incandescent lamps is presented everywhere as a historical fact.
  I responded to it already but in short  form:

Line of sight:
Radio wave  propagates in straight line.
If antenna of TX( transmitter) is 1m long and Rx (receiver) is 1m long the radio horizon is 4.12 km

From that point  Radio wave  doesn't fallow earth curvature. - The wave  can't be received by 1m high Rx antenna
in line of sight
However depends from its frequency Radio waves can follow the curvature of the Earth beyond the visible horizon if they are
deflected in a number of ways as they move through the troposphere, such as reflection, refraction, or diffraction by air molecules

The Tesla experiment distance was stated 41.84km= 26 miles.
For signal to be able to be received both Tx and Rx. antennas must be at elevated to 100m=300ft. 

The frequency of the signal:
- was 20kHz( we do not know we just assume) or typical to this time 100kHz.
If Tesla used  frequency range  3–30 kHz known as Ground wave than:
VLF radio waves can diffract around large obstacles and so are not blocked by mountain ranges, and can propagate as ground waves
following the curvature of the Earth and so are not limited by the horizon.
If Tesla used 100kHz or more than it doesn't.

Inverse square law for  radio wave:
Radio waves lose intensity as they travel outward from their source, obeying the inverse-square law,
which states that intensity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from a source1 2
Tesla would lose  over the distance 41.84km 28.77960095 db =-99.86% of power.  if his antenna gain was 1   (even if EM wave was directionally concentrated  like laser.)
Note: some error in calculation is  possible but not much as we are using  calculator db to percentage made for lasers( -that is also EM wave)

But how could this work? What if it was not a wireless transmission of energy, but a wireless transmission of a signal to turn on the lamps?
Your statement is confusing. Signal is energy (has energy) and yes it could act as  remote control activating relay of Rx.

If  Tesla unknowingly used  A to B  energy transfer promoted by Dr James Corum that originated as
surface wave or Sommerfeld-Zenneck surface wave in ~  1908 than everything is  easily explainable.
1. The  lower is the frequency the lower are the losses till they become marginal
2. Inverse square  law doesn't apply to waveguides.
Note: more   accurate  explanation was provided  many times by me.


Thats a great idea, the Romans used to do this to move infinite masses of water without pumps.
Wireless Energy Transfer / Re: Kapanadze and other FE discussion
« Last post by stivep on September 26, 2023, 11:42:21 PM »
i'm not russian !  ::)
Little explanation.:
I was not responding few days due to Jewish Holidays .
I'm not against anyone including Russians but this should be understood  only as  just a general rule.
- Like every other Human Animal  I  have preferences , likes, dislikes, fears and  in...
  certain circumstances I manifest total rejection of associated individuals and/or its activity.
Self Looped Cap Dump Bedini Motor by Dave Wing / Re: Self Looped Cap Dump Bedini Motor
« Last post by sm0ky2 on September 26, 2023, 11:37:35 PM »
Think about a pendulum. We lift once, then the momentum switches
directions many times. Potential to Kinetic to potential to kinetic
Potential in the capacitance
Kinetic in the coil
(yes, coils have capacitance too which helps the directional interchange)

Child on a swing, or more aptly a child on a whirly go round
giving it small pushes on just one of the bars every so often

Two fidget spinners side by side, one tapping the other 180 degrees apart
in opposite directions, forming a rotating chaos pendulum. Momentum exchanging sides

Newtons Cradle

they all have this same aspect in common

Maybe he got the leaping into the air idea from the first 20 seconds of the previous link.
News / Re: New free energy developed in Maldives
« Last post by seychelles on September 26, 2023, 10:31:36 PM »
News / Re: New free energy developed in Maldives
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