Edward Leedskalnin TPU

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RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #1, on September 8th, 2011, 08:00 PM »Last edited on September 8th, 2011, 08:32 PM by fastimports3
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freethisone

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #2, on October 24th, 2011, 01:04 PM »Last edited on October 24th, 2011, 01:08 PM by freethisone
 Great Thread.

This must be looked into further. There is a field magnet effect, that must be in motion held by the PMH.
A flowing sine wave of magnets, or pathway of electrical energy, that he tranfered by a wire to his coral blocks?:-/


Sooner or later we will figure it out. Thanks

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #3, on November 1st, 2011, 01:00 PM »Last edited on November 1st, 2011, 01:28 PM by freethisone
Hi Russ, Have you realized  the reason he used a crank shaft encased in quartz crystal? was it to act as an insulator, or a source of energy?

Also have you realized the need for the reciprocation motion of that crank shaft he employed for the generator  devise found in his shed?

My speculation is that he was doing exactly what you are doing in video 1, to establish, and then pull with great force the PMH off the devise as it rotated.

A forceful moment of the magnetic domains in the iron bar. A back emf has a magnetic component i would suppose.  The discovery of  how to use the negative energy created from the back EMF .

Is it the Same magnetic energy acting on my wire to create the self oscillation circuit i had discovered?

What do you think Russ?

Have you any additional information? thanks.

~Russ

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #4, on November 2nd, 2011, 07:04 AM »
Quote from freethisone on November 1st, 2011, 01:00 PM
Hi Russ, Have you realized  the reason he used a crank shaft encased in quartz crystal? was it to act as an insulator, or a source of energy?

Also have you realized the need for the reciprocation motion of that crank shaft he employed for the generator  devise found in his shed?

My speculation is that he was doing exactly what you are doing in video 1, to establish, and then pull with great force the PMH off the devise as it rotated.

A forceful moment of the magnetic domains in the iron bar. A back emf has a magnetic component i would suppose.  The discovery of  how to use the negative energy created from the back EMF .

Is it the Same magnetic energy acting on my wire to create the self oscillation circuit i had discovered?

What do you think Russ?

Have you any additional information? thanks.
good question man! i really don't know. but its very interesting! Sweet 16!

~Russ

firepinto


freethisone

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #6, on January 2nd, 2012, 12:38 PM »
Quote from firepinto on January 1st, 2012, 07:21 PM
I thought this was an interesting theory.  Had to share it.:P


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BY0Rn56uAMY&feature=g-all-u&context=G2021703FAAAAAAAALAA
great, sure he is on to something, and can easily be tested..

A wheel in a wheel. I liked the information he has on the pole star.

This must be correct? Why has the truth been hidden? pole star, earth orbit.

looking east. I love a good mystery.   thanks for the link....:)

~Russ

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #7, on January 3rd, 2012, 11:02 PM »
Quote from freethisone on January 2nd, 2012, 12:38 PM
Quote from firepinto on January 1st, 2012, 07:21 PM
I thought this was an interesting theory.  Had to share it.:P


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BY0Rn56uAMY&feature=g-all-u&context=G2021703FAAAAAAAALAA
great, sure he is on to something, and can easily be tested..

A wheel in a wheel. I liked the information he has on the pole star.

This must be correct? Why has the truth been hidden? pole star, earth orbit.

looking east. I love a good mystery.   thanks for the link....:)
yep! he is going to test these theory... lets wait and see and some one keep posting his updates here? or invite him over to post here... thanks!!! ~Russ

Blazer


~Russ


BaronBassman

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #10, on January 22nd, 2012, 08:52 PM »Last edited on January 22nd, 2012, 08:56 PM by BaronBassman
Hey Russ, can you prove a theory to me? If you touch a VOM (or some other measuring device) to the conductors in the coils, does the magnet go back to the 'soft' attractive state? I'm thinking that any chance for that tiny current running in those coils to go to ground (including through a test probe) will basically 'kill' the current flow through the PMH.
Thanks,
Derrick
EDIT: I have the Leedskalnin pamphlets. Interesting reading for sure...

securesupplies

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #11, on March 10th, 2012, 02:26 AM »
Quote from BaronBassman on January 22nd, 2012, 08:52 PM
Hey Russ, can you prove a theory to me? If you touch a VOM (or some other measuring device) to the conductors in the coils, does the magnet go back to the 'soft' attractive state? I'm thinking that any chance for that tiny current running in those coils to go to ground (including through a test probe) will basically 'kill' the current flow through the PMH.
Thanks,
Derrick
EDIT: I have the Leedskalnin pamphlets. Interesting reading for sure...
Is mercury, on both an elemental and compound basis, a material that could be magnetized?
- Natalie
Florida, USA


A:

At room temperature, the element mercury is not very magnetic at all. It has a very small, negative magnetic susceptibility, meaning that when you put mercury in a magnetic field, it magnetizes just a little tiny bit in the opposite direction. We say that mercury is a weakly diamagnetic substance at room temperature.

Many compounds containing mercury are also weak diamagnets, but some are a little stronger than mercury itself. It probably is possible to make an alloy of iron and mercury which is magnetizable, but that wouldn't be the mercury's doing.

Mercury is much more interesting magnetically at very low temperatures. At temperatures below about 4 degrees Kelvin, elemental mercury becomes a superconductor. In fact, superconductivity was discovered by Kamerlingh Onnes in 1911 by studying mercury at low temperatures.

Superconductors generally expel magnetic fields, so you could say that below 4 K, mercury is a perfect diamagnet. To expel a magnetic field from a material, a canceling field must be created by that material with currents flowing on the surface. These currents flow with no resistance in superconductors.

You can also make a permanent magnet out of a loop of superconducting mercury. Simply cool down a loop of mercury in an external magnetic field (the temperature at which the mercury will superconduct will get lower as the applied field gets stronger). After the mercury becomes superconducting, it locks in the total magnetic flux through the loop. Switch off the external magnetic field, and a persistent current will flow around the mercury loop, making a permanent magnetic field.


Blazer

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #12, on March 10th, 2012, 10:58 AM »Last edited on March 10th, 2012, 06:47 PM by Blazer
Quote from securesupplies on March 10th, 2012, 02:26 AM
Quote from BaronBassman on January 22nd, 2012, 08:52 PM
Hey Russ, can you prove a theory to me? If you touch a VOM (or some other measuring device) to the conductors in the coils, does the magnet go back to the 'soft' attractive state? I'm thinking that any chance for that tiny current running in those coils to go to ground (including through a test probe) will basically 'kill' the current flow through the PMH.
Thanks,
Derrick
EDIT: I have the Leedskalnin pamphlets. Interesting reading for sure...
Is mercury, on both an elemental and compound basis, a material that could be magnetized?
- Natalie
Florida, USA


A:

At room temperature, the element mercury is not very magnetic at all. It has a very small, negative magnetic susceptibility, meaning that when you put mercury in a magnetic field, it magnetizes just a little tiny bit in the opposite direction. We say that mercury is a weakly diamagnetic substance at room temperature.

Many compounds containing mercury are also weak diamagnets, but some are a little stronger than mercury itself. It probably is possible to make an alloy of iron and mercury which is magnetizable, but that wouldn't be the mercury's doing.

Mercury is much more interesting magnetically at very low temperatures. At temperatures below about 4 degrees Kelvin, elemental mercury becomes a superconductor. In fact, superconductivity was discovered by Kamerlingh Onnes in 1911 by studying mercury at low temperatures.

Superconductors generally expel magnetic fields, so you could say that below 4 K, mercury is a perfect diamagnet. To expel a magnetic field from a material, a canceling field must be created by that material with currents flowing on the surface. These currents flow with no resistance in superconductors.

You can also make a permanent magnet out of a loop of superconducting mercury. Simply cool down a loop of mercury in an external magnetic field (the temperature at which the mercury will superconduct will get lower as the applied field gets stronger). After the mercury becomes superconducting, it locks in the total magnetic flux through the loop. Switch off the external magnetic field, and a persistent current will flow around the mercury loop, making a permanent magnetic field.
Dan Winter says plasma is fractal and Jason says vortexs are absent of heat at the end in other words absolute zero then is it possible to charge mercury with a plasma?  I wonder if Stan used any mercury in the center of his inside tube? I wonder if Stan used a mercury vapor as his magnetic gas?  I wonder if he could have vortexed them in opposite directions thru the tubes till they met each other?

~Russ


logos

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #14, on August 22nd, 2012, 11:40 AM »
Quote from ~Russ/Rwg42985 on August 22nd, 2012, 12:49 AM
Well after 2 years it's finally time!

Here is the 2 year test of the PMH


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=832qz3s1M-s

Enjoy! ~Russ
hey russ... great work.  and this is a very nice forum you have hear.

i put up a few comments on your pmh work on youtube.  there is a lot more i'd like to share as well, especially if people here are trying to replicate ed's work.  i've done some very intense research into trying to sift through most of the misinfrmation on the net about ed...

keep up the great work brother!
Bless



element 119

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #15, on August 22nd, 2012, 12:03 PM »
Hey Russ

2 years and still holds and lights is awesome! :D

If you are interested I was wondering what would happen if instead of the LEDs maybe hook up a volt meter. I would be curious if 9 volt was put into the coils then how much voltage would be recovered when you brake the metal connection.

Same volts in and same volts out would interesting but what if more volts out then put in?

If your V meter has it then data hold for testing.

element 119

Darenzo

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #16, on August 22nd, 2012, 02:24 PM »
Quote from element 119 on August 22nd, 2012, 12:03 PM
Hey Russ

2 years and still holds and lights is awesome! :D

If you are interested I was wondering what would happen if instead of the LEDs maybe hook up a volt meter. I would be curious if 9 volt was put into the coils then how much voltage would be recovered when you brake the metal connection.

Same volts in and same volts out would interesting but what if more volts out then put in?

If your V meter has it then data hold for testing.

element 119
Hey Russ Great thread and thanks for the link to jason verbelli's channel he's nearly as inspirational as you :)
I too would like to know what voltage and current you are getting out if you feed in 9 volts... Also if there is an energy flowing round the PMH with no power connected is it inducing anything in the coils ?? can you test this with a DVM/Scope etc ??
I can see a PMH/EPG hybrid here ...You just charge it and it runs for 2 years....... or more!
 Great work  Russ i cant wait for the next video .

IDDQD

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #17, on August 22nd, 2012, 08:03 PM »
Today I watched Russ's video on his P.M.H. and I was inspired to build one myself. I found a 5/16 u bolt  and welded 4 washers to it to wrap my coils between . I used telephone hookup wire, each coil has 189 wraps , both coils measure .8 ohms. I used a piece of old motor shaft key stock for the metal to bridge the gap in u bolt. After I figured out which end of either coil needed to be connected I charged the other 2 coil leads with a fresh 9v and it works great. I can't wait to run some tests.
  The first thing I noticed was once charged and the metal is pulled off giving the coil the same polarity charge seems to result in a weaker hold as opposed to reversing the battery polarity every time I energize the coil. I plan on confirming this and running a few other tests. I made a trip to Ed's Coral Castle a few years back  and I am fascinated at his work. Here is a pic of my build, later guys.

~Russ

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #18, on August 22nd, 2012, 09:15 PM »
Quote from logos on August 22nd, 2012, 11:40 AM
Quote from ~Russ/Rwg42985 on August 22nd, 2012, 12:49 AM
Well after 2 years it's finally time!

Here is the 2 year test of the PMH


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=832qz3s1M-s

Enjoy! ~Russ
hey russ... great work.  and this is a very nice forum you have hear.

i put up a few comments on your pmh work on youtube.  there is a lot more i'd like to share as well, especially if people here are trying to replicate ed's work.  i've done some very intense research into trying to sift through most of the misinfrmation on the net about ed...

keep up the great work brother!
Bless
hey yeas. please do share and we all can learn! thats what its about!!!

also, if me and Jason can get with you and chat that would be cool as well!

send me a PM.

do post your thoughts here for all to see! and discuss!

Thanks! ~Russ
RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #19, on August 22nd, 2012, 09:17 PM »
Quote from element 119 on August 22nd, 2012, 12:03 PM
Hey Russ

2 years and still holds and lights is awesome! :D

If you are interested I was wondering what would happen if instead of the LEDs maybe hook up a volt meter. I would be curious if 9 volt was put into the coils then how much voltage would be recovered when you brake the metal connection.

Same volts in and same volts out would interesting but what if more volts out then put in?

If your V meter has it then data hold for testing.

element 119
check the old videos... already did that one. see first post.

also. its less... posting a video on this now... thanks! ~Russ
RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #20, on August 22nd, 2012, 09:19 PM »
Quote from Darenzo on August 22nd, 2012, 02:24 PM
Quote from element 119 on August 22nd, 2012, 12:03 PM
Hey Russ

2 years and still holds and lights is awesome! :D

If you are interested I was wondering what would happen if instead of the LEDs maybe hook up a volt meter. I would be curious if 9 volt was put into the coils then how much voltage would be recovered when you brake the metal connection.

Same volts in and same volts out would interesting but what if more volts out then put in?

If your V meter has it then data hold for testing.

element 119
Hey Russ Great thread and thanks for the link to jason verbelli's channel he's nearly as inspirational as you :)
I too would like to know what voltage and current you are getting out if you feed in 9 volts... Also if there is an energy flowing round the PMH with no power connected is it inducing anything in the coils ?? can you test this with a DVM/Scope etc ??
I can see a PMH/EPG hybrid here ...You just charge it and it runs for 2 years....... or more!
 Great work  Russ i cant wait for the next video .
yes. i did some small tests with the other small PMH. but now i wall do some much bigger and better stuff with the big one! :)

~Russ

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Hey Russ Great thread and thanks for the link to jason verbelli's channel he's nearly as inspirational as you :)
he is more... :) check all his videos and you will see that that man is brilliant!
RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #21, on August 22nd, 2012, 09:22 PM »
Quote from IDDQD on August 22nd, 2012, 08:03 PM
Today I watched Russ's video on his P.M.H. and I was inspired to build one myself. I found a 5/16 u bolt  and welded 4 washers to it to wrap my coils between . I used telephone hookup wire, each coil has 189 wraps , both coils measure .8 ohms. I used a piece of old motor shaft key stock for the metal to bridge the gap in u bolt. After I figured out which end of either coil needed to be connected I charged the other 2 coil leads with a fresh 9v and it works great. I can't wait to run some tests.
  The first thing I noticed was once charged and the metal is pulled off giving the coil the same polarity charge seems to result in a weaker hold as opposed to reversing the battery polarity every time I energize the coil. I plan on confirming this and running a few other tests. I made a trip to Ed's Coral Castle a few years back  and I am fascinated at his work. Here is a pic of my build, later guys.
some fine work there bro! looks good! i will do some more invective tests with voltages and such too...

 uploading a video now that will be worth a watch.

thanks for posting! hope it inspires others to try it! ~Russ

HHO4Life


~Russ

RE: Edward Leedskalnin TPU
« Reply #24, on August 23rd, 2012, 03:59 AM »
guys, will some one with an energeticforum log in please get these files attached to the posts:

http://www.energeticforum.com/124363-post222.html
and the next 3 posts.

I'm not sure if there the correct PDF's om looking for but i cant download them...

thanks!

~Russ