combined resonance, current+voltage

evostars

Re: combined resonance, current+voltage
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hmm no it doesnt work YET.
if it worked the voltage in C1 should drop by all the discharges. and the sine wave also should change.

i also think i will need a lot more current to produce a higher voltage back emf

time for a break
Re: combined resonance, current+voltage
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Im having trouble  to work on this project.
is it the fear of another disappointed?

or is it the fear of succes?

somehow both prospects are working together to temporarily stop me.

its sitting on my workbench ready to tweak

if the time is right I will proceed.

Matt Watts

Re: combined resonance, current+voltage
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No worries mate.  I just ordered a dozen little compasses to begin your inspired research.  When I receive them, we'll hopefully find out what it is we need to know and have confirmed.

I also feel your hesitation.  Can't explain why.  It's almost as though something external is questioning me whether I really want this or not.  Every answer I give seems to be rejected by that external entity.  :nono:  I'm starting to wonder if it is a matter of timing.  Maybe there is a time and a place for everything and I'm attempting to go against the grain.   :thinking:

What I seek is purely resolution.  The struggle itself I'm not a greatly interested in, but there appears to be some sort of cosmic parity between resolve and the continuing struggle.  You don't suppose nature herself is caught in this same spot do you?  I mean after all, how can you improve upon perfection?  What comes next?


onepower

Re: combined resonance, current+voltage
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Evo
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Im having trouble  to work on this project.
is it the fear of another disappointed?
or is it the fear of succes?
somehow both prospects are working together to temporarily stop me.
I have found perspective is everything and many times I am unsure of what I was supposed to be doing, why I was doing it and my direction. At this point I simply walk away because I'm just wasting my time and I ponder the nature of the problem. I like to have multiple projects on the go and when one isn't working I jump to the next and I generally always see a connection between the two at some point.

Our frame of mind is also very important and some days nothing works and other days I find my happy place where one hundred percent of my focus is on the problem at hand. When I find my happy place things just work, they just fall into place and it seems as if I don't even have to try. I have found it runs in cycles and when you feel that peak and your mind is racing and all those solutions come flooding in we have to seize the opportunity, hit the bench and see where it takes us... Inspiration.

This is how Tesla worked and it works in reality because it takes a certain amount of man hours to solve any given problem. He thought about the problem at hand 24/7 and when his mind as well as his subconscious mind had thoroughly weighed all the options and all the variables he hit the bench and proved it one way or another. However spending day after day doing things we intuitively know cannot work and things we don't understand is obviously a waste of time. It's basic psychology, critical thinking and if the problem is always on your mind then your subconscious mind tries to connect the dots between everything you experience every single day and that one problem. Anything could trigger it, Oh look a bird, Shazam problem solved because we are not robots nor are we sheep we are individuals.

Which brings us full circle to science and methodology, if your method works for you and shows results then do it and if it does not then stop doing it and change what your doing. "We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them." - Albert Einstein

evostars

Re: combined resonance, current+voltage
« Reply #29,  »
Thanks for your support Matt and Onepower. :-D

its all very recognizable. But sometimes, I simply dont know what I'm doing. :P
I must say, I have learned from my mistakes. A concept in my mind is just a concept. Experimentation shows whats real and whats just a nice fantasy. but even in an experiment, it can be hard to understand what going on, or even whats going wrong that makes it fail.

Looking forward to your results Matt :thumbsup: