Back engineering and new designs.

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Back engineering and new designs.
« on October 2nd, 2014, 09:01 AM »
I think in all honesty trying to back engineer Stan's and other people's technology from vague schematics, video's of lectures and such is extremely difficult. I'm of the opinion that new designs that don't feature these vague schematics may be more fruitfull.
We know what we want to do, we know how most things behave electronically and electrically so it might be time to empty our heads of the older designs and think of something original. You never know, it might be the fact we're chasing a lemon that is holding us back.
One never knows.

Matt Watts

Re: Back engineering and new designs.
« Reply #1, on October 2nd, 2014, 10:17 AM »
I tend to agree.  If in the process of engineering a solution from scratch, we see something in Stan's design that matches with our new approach, it only adds to our confirmation that we are on the right track.

Lynx

Re: Back engineering and new designs.
« Reply #2, on October 2nd, 2014, 01:32 PM »
My humble opinion says that all these inventors and their inventions have one thing in common, namely that which is commonly known as SERPS nowadays, although that's not the term these ladies and gentlemen of the past referred their technology and their builds to of course.
None the less, I'd buy that there's one (1) tech that which explains it all, kind of like a "unified" tech that which goes as a red line through all these builds, so I'm guessing once the very principle is known/explained just about any of these builds will be a walk in the park to replicate.

Maybe.

Hopefully.

Matt Watts


Lynx

Re: Back engineering and new designs.
« Reply #4, on October 2nd, 2014, 03:26 PM »
Well that's some theory alright.
Are there any basic most simple schematics on builds running using this (ECE) tech?

Matt Watts

Re: Back engineering and new designs.
« Reply #5, on October 2nd, 2014, 04:23 PM »Last edited on October 2nd, 2014, 04:28 PM
http://www.aias.us/documents/DeviceDev/HPexp2.pdf
http://www.aias.us/documents/miscellaneous/Spacetime-Dev.pdf
http://www.et3m.net/videoone.html
http://www.et3m.net/videotwo.html

I think once you have the concept down, it should be relatively easy to propose designs that incorporate it.  As always though, seeing is believing.  We got to see it on our benches, then the rest as they say, is history.

Lynx

Re: Back engineering and new designs.
« Reply #6, on October 3rd, 2014, 01:02 AM »
Quote from Matt Watts on October 2nd, 2014, 04:23 PM
http://www.aias.us/documents/DeviceDev/HPexp2.pdf
http://www.aias.us/documents/miscellaneous/Spacetime-Dev.pdf
http://www.et3m.net/videoone.html
http://www.et3m.net/videotwo.html

I think once you have the concept down, it should be relatively easy to propose designs that incorporate it.  As always though, seeing is believing.  We got to see it on our benches, then the rest as they say, is history.
Alright, thanks.

Unfortunately I didn't see the complete schematics in the first document, as it is stated the electric load would be powered by an OR gate, which is just wishful thinking of course, see pages 28-29 in the first document.

Please forgive me, but those last 2 clips don't impress me at all, seems to me they're just another wind up for the masses, I hope I'm wrong though.

~Russ

Re: Back engineering and new designs.
« Reply #7, on October 6th, 2014, 01:29 PM »Last edited on October 6th, 2014, 01:32 PM
Quote from nav on October 2nd, 2014, 09:01 AM
I think in all honesty trying to back engineer Stan's and other people's technology from vague schematics, video's of lectures and such is extremely difficult. I'm of the opinion that new designs that don't feature these vague schematics may be more fruitfull.
We know what we want to do, we know how most things behave electronically and electrically so it might be time to empty our heads of the older designs and think of something original. You never know, it might be the fact we're chasing a lemon that is holding us back.
One never knows.
hi nav,

as you may or may not know.

i have done just this, i say out my goal to replicate EXACTLY what we saw in the photos / diagrams ECT and see if it works as described...

now i have focused my work on just making it work..

so one step at a time i think we as a Society are growing closer to finding the truth about these technologies and other stuff in this world, knowledge is power...

one day at a time.

~Russ