LED tests @ 230% efficiency (article)

Ragnor

LED tests @ 230% efficiency (article)
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 I ran across this article today while doing a little light research :D. I thought some folks might find it interesting. Not sure if it qualifies as pulsed, but it's motionless.

~Russ

Re: LED tests @ 230% efficiency (article)
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Amazing. Thats ezcatialy what I descoverd today.

Those "holes" are a negative resistor. That's the key. And look it even gets COLD that's ezcatly the answer.

Amazing. Thats how this all works it's right there even MIT agrees.

"Holly crap"

I would not miss " the search for answers" videos in the next weeks.

Thats it.

It is plasma. What is that?  voltage excitation due to negtive resistance. (Photons coming in to the system)

I'm allmost in dissbeleave here that it all clicked today.

I have  nothing else to say. Except it is possible  and physics explains it.

~Russ


Ragnor

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Awesome Russ!  and you just reminded me that I am supposed to research negative resistance. I ran across that term the other day but I forgot about it before I got it looked up.