Create the magnetic vortex ring first, let it propagate to the position between the two blue coils, then subject it to a dielectric discharge. That's the template for producing hybrid hot electricity that can be collected in the output coil.
a ring vortex has a rotating ring.
the rotational direction is related to the direction the ring vortex moves in.
but from the same direction they entangle. but it requires one moving faster than the other. and the same direction.
if we translate this to the magnetic and dielectric,
one has to be lower in frequency. and their direction needs to be the same.
to transfer this to nelsons setup,
a magnetic vortex coil combines with a dielectric ring vortex coil (blue middle with dielectric).
and a output coil. so the energy moves from one end to the other.
the center coil is not the output. its the dielectric ringvortex. the left coil is the magnetic vortex that combines with the dielectric ring vortex. giving it power. (wrapping around it?)
the output coil only sees the magnetic and dielectric combined fields
In the picture; light blue is the magnetic vortex
green is the dielectric ring vortex
dark blue is the output
first create te dielectric vortex ring.
build a bifilarcoil with a dielectric between the windings (2 unifilar coil series connected with dielectric between them.
second... a hv pulse at resonant frequency.
it needs to be high voltage to bridge the distance between the coils (generates a vortex ring in the dielectric
Yes Evo, I do believe you have captured the essence of creating electricity from its constituent parts.