what if I submerge it into oil with a high dielectric constant?
the capacitance should rise. making it a 1 or maybe 2 or 3 nF variable capacitor.
I've been struggling with this same concept for days now. Can't figure out how to connect carc electrically since it is already connected magnetically. It can't be that difficult. I need another set of untainted eyes to look at it and tell me something I'm missing.
Curious Evo, your schematic looks like you have a feedback loop. What I'm interested in is if the feedback, being back EMF (cold electricity), tries to fight the forward EMF (hot electricity) from the DC power source. Or do the two EMFs seem to coexist peacefully together?
I was under the impression from other people's work, like Ruslan & Akula, that you had to feed the back EMF through a universal power supply in order to get hot electricity that you could then drive the whole the system with. Same as I suspect Nelson was working on in this video. Also recall Nelson's first Radiant Box, actually two boxes--I think one of them is more of a power conditioner, cold to hot electricity.
No, I do not charge caps with the output, but I discharge caps to have output :) but that caps first need to be full :) is the reason to I say that systems have more that one stage and should not be understood like just one process, but a combination of several process.
Yes, I use nano-pulses but made by own design; their action is to create a heavy unipolar pulse that make a very sharp pulse in a coil in a combination of series/parallel resonance. That effect is managed by a parametric oscillator that regulate how stronger is the pulses applied to a coil and the frequency used. The pulses will increase in their intensity after some seconds system start working and charges start be collected in other stage of circuit, make pulses going stronger and stronger, oscillation after oscillation.
Hope my answers could help you about your doubts.