Bifilar pancake tesla coils, pulsed at their resonant frequency
Poll

Can we use a bifilar pancake coil to produce overunity?

no way
maybe
yes through the magnetic field
yes through the dielectric field
yes by combining the the magnetic and dielectric fields
i really dont know but its interesting

evostars

Re: Bifilar pancake tesla coils, pulsed at their resonant frequency
« Reply #25,  »
thanks Matt and Alloytam.
yes. sometimes its bad. but its part of the job that needs to be done.
I have a great passion in this work so that drives me.

My mind has been shocked several times by what Ive seen in experiments. It was like being deprogrammed. all the crap came loose.
Now things  are becoming normal (form me that is)


alloytam

Re: Bifilar pancake tesla coils, pulsed at their resonant frequency
« Reply #26,  »
the more i did the experiment,
the more lies i got from the current equipment we had today..
money sucking equipment!!!....

chuff1

Re: Bifilar pancake tesla coils, pulsed at their resonant frequency
« Reply #27,  »
There is something to note about using digital multimeters to measure voltages on anything but
 50/60hz.  Most if not all of the meters have a built in math circuit that calculates RMS
(root mean square).  The frequency that it calculates with is 50/60hz,  if you feed it with say
1khz it will give you a very wrong reading of voltage.  To get a good reading you must use a O-scope
or a Analog meter.  This has to be stated when you view some of these you tube videos of people
using them claiming over unity when its the meter not reading accurately. 

evostars

Re: Bifilar pancake tesla coils, pulsed at their resonant frequency
« Reply #28,  »
totally agree chuff1
a dc current  reading is totally different then a high frequency ac reading.