Cold Electricity how to

Breakzeitgeist

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #25, on January 19th, 2014, 09:46 AM »Last edited on January 19th, 2014, 10:05 AM by Breakzeitgeist
/watch?v=pEH6BfuWiOs   proof is in the pudding

/watch?v=pEH6BfuWiOs
/watch?v=CYpvJDfrIDU
By the way Warren is earning his masters in EE so you do the math
I would suggest starting with his first video with the most awesome music and people and go on from there you might learn something...take care im out for a few days
RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #26, on January 19th, 2014, 03:19 PM »Last edited on January 19th, 2014, 06:13 PM by Jeff Nading
/watch?v=JVa4h83fH7M&feature=youtu.be

geenee

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #27, on January 19th, 2014, 04:35 PM »
rotary spark gap that is very great idea because you can use lower voltage transformer like 120vac:240vac and use lower voltage nonpolar capacitors.break rate per second that can control by motor.

thanks for sharing.
geenee

Matt Watts

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #28, on January 19th, 2014, 04:53 PM »
Quote from Breakzeitgeist on January 19th, 2014, 03:19 PM
/watch?v=JVa4h83fH7M&feature=youtu.be
Question for you bzg, if you had a stepper motor controlling the spark gap so that you could exactly position it with the exact timing you want, then synchronize this gap with high voltage pulses, do you suppose it would be possible to squeeze out the most radiant energy for a given input?  If you did this and found the best settings, do you think those settings would tell us something more than what Tesla was able to determine?  I mean if you pinpoint the optimal values with the kind of precision we have now: the angles, voltages, timing, everything, those in and of themselves would tell us what asymmetry really should look like.  Then we can build all sorts of thing with those optimal values.

I have always thought of a spark gap as a truly optimal switch and with it you can do things a relay or transistor could never do.

Breakzeitgeist

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #29, on January 19th, 2014, 05:39 PM »Last edited on January 19th, 2014, 05:41 PM by Breakzeitgeist
Quote from geenee on January 19th, 2014, 04:35 PM
rotary spark gap that is very great idea because you can use lower voltage transformer like 120vac:240vac and use lower voltage nonpolar capacitors.break rate per second that can control by motor.

thanks for sharing.
geenee
This may sound foolish but could you explaine a pit better as most all my work is learned from you all and most important my intuition. Im no expert but one day i will be im sure. Now as far as what Matt is saying Warren is Master in EE and he is doing all that can be done to prove and show the effects and proper measurements of how these systems work I just let the one guide my hands for the most part....are you taking the advice and links imposting serious and have you lookedat warrens work closly all the answers are there in the more scientific most up to date things one can do im just trying to point you all in right direction as i am very good at seeing the real from the fakes. My gift i guess is to know truth before it goes trough the common stages before becoming a fact/ anyways peace and love and if it was not something great and udeful i would not waste your time.
man i mis spelled a lot in that post im always moving with the light which is to fast lol

Jeff Nading

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #30, on January 19th, 2014, 06:11 PM »
Hi bzg, just a helpful suggestion, when you would like to post a YT video "in your post", look up at the top right corner, you will see a little blue TV, left click on it, click on YT selection, then copy and paste the link in the box that comes up, click ok. At that point you can either post or type in a comment and then post. Thanks.:P

Breakzeitgeist

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #31, on January 19th, 2014, 08:00 PM »Last edited on January 19th, 2014, 08:03 PM by Breakzeitgeist
what about PDF on my pc is there ways to up load stuff like that.... any other info to help me is always very much apperachated and thank you. im a fast learning man just not much time to figure everything out. In a hurry to get things done, we all got to crack this egg soon as i feel the opposition trying hard to close in,,no worries though we will win I have great faith in knowing this.
by the way i like the BZG

Matt Watts

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #32, on January 19th, 2014, 08:11 PM »
Quote from Breakzeitgeist on January 19th, 2014, 08:00 PM
what about PDF on my pc is there ways to up load stuff like that.... any other info to help me is always very much apperachated and thank you. im a fast learning man just not much time to figure everything out. In a hurry to get things done, we all got to crack this egg soon as i feel the opposition trying hard to close in,,no worries though we will win I have great faith in knowing this.

by the way i like the BZG
You're doing great work. Keep it coming.  I dare the black hand to close in on me--they will be buried 'til the end of time should they try, they know this and they are cautious of it.  Courage is only fear waiting a little longer.  You all have what it takes and they know that too.

You can attach files using the "New Attachment:  Browse" button below the editor window.

Jeff Nading

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #33, on January 19th, 2014, 08:13 PM »
Quote from Breakzeitgeist on January 19th, 2014, 08:00 PM
what about PDF on my pc is there ways to up load stuff like that.... any other info to help me is always very much apperachated and thank you. im a fast learning man just not much time to figure everything out. In a hurry to get things done, we all got to crack this egg soon as i feel the opposition trying hard to close in,,no worries though we will win I have great faith in knowing this.

by the way i like the BZG
Yes BZG, if you look at the bottom of your post above post reply, you will see a "new attachment", click on the "browse" button, you can select photos or other attachments you have on your computer, then click the button on the right "update attachment" it will upload to your post, that's it, then just post as you normally would.


Matt Watts

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #34, on January 19th, 2014, 08:20 PM »
Quote from Jeff Nading on January 19th, 2014, 08:13 PM
Yes BZG, if you look at the bottom of your post above post reply, you will see a "new attachment", click on the "browse" button, you can select photos or other attachments you have on your computer, then click the button on the right "update attachment" it will upload to your post, that's it, then just post as you normally would.
Or you could do it Texas style like Jeff says.  hehe  ;)

Breakzeitgeist

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #35, on January 20th, 2014, 01:51 AM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRulxM2naUA&feature=youtu.beSo like I was
So like I was saying this circuit is very versitile. Build you one now and and start playing with it if anything its awesome just to show off to anyone. Replicate Replicate

Inventing a Free World

geenee

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #36, on January 20th, 2014, 02:29 AM »
i think you are expert now,BZG.

great sharing
geenee

Matt Watts

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #37, on January 20th, 2014, 02:29 AM »
Quote from Breakzeitgeist on January 20th, 2014, 01:51 AM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRulxM2naUA

So like I was saying this circuit is very versitile. Build you one now and and start playing with it if anything its awesome just to show off to anyone. Replicate Replicate

Inventing a Free World
That is bad a$$.  Just when Russ takes a little break, bzg is on the scene to keep the juices flowing.  With recycled parts no less.  Very nice.

Now, I need a circuit that will turn a 90 volt, 1HP DC motor (not asymmetrical yet), so I can get the Q-Mo-Gen knocked out for y'all to keep the lights on with.

Breakzeitgeist

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #38, on January 20th, 2014, 03:18 AM »
Quote from geenee on January 20th, 2014, 02:29 AM
i think you are expert now,BZG.

great sharing
geenee
Well thank you. Im just one man but all us together is expert and should be able to solve anything.
RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #39, on January 20th, 2014, 06:00 AM »
Quote from Matt Watts on January 20th, 2014, 02:29 AM
Quote from Breakzeitgeist on January 20th, 2014, 01:51 AM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRulxM2naUA

So like I was saying this circuit is very versitile. Build you one now and and start playing with it if anything its awesome just to show off to anyone. Replicate Replicate

Inventing a Free World
That is bad a$$.  Just when Russ takes a little break, bzg is on the scene to keep the juices flowing.  With recycled parts no less.  Very nice.

Now, I need a circuit that will turn a 90 volt, 1HP DC motor (not asymmetrical yet), so I can get the Q-Mo-Gen knocked out for y'all to keep the lights on with.
J.U.I.C.E  Join Us In Creating Energy

Jeff Nading

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #41, on January 20th, 2014, 02:40 PM »
Very cool BZG, I like it.:cool::D:P

Matt Watts

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #42, on January 20th, 2014, 03:38 PM »
bzg, those wine bottles are slick and seem to work quite well.  I got thinking last night the energy captured might be based on the mass of those homemade capacitors and the spark is only just an exciter.

So here's my thinking.  Try making some larger capacitors and from the spark gap all the way to the load, use heavy (high amperage) conductors.  Five gallon metal buckets with some sort of plastic liner inside might do the trick.  If I'm right with my thinking, the same little flyback transformer will be capable of generating gobs of power output, all dependent upon the mass of the caps and the current handling capability of the output circuit.  Big enough caps and large enough spark gap electrodes and wires...  Who knows, maybe you could weld with that sucker.

Just a thought.  Might be worth giving it a try and see if I'm on to something.

Breakzeitgeist

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #43, on January 21st, 2014, 01:59 AM »Last edited on January 21st, 2014, 02:56 AM by Breakzeitgeist
Come my friends together we will Free Energy. Which way do we go:-) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgV4BUsYmO0
/watch?v=4-bELPOJ9lM

Lynx

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #44, on January 21st, 2014, 03:11 AM »
Thanks for sharing, most interesting.
I wonder why such a Nitinol heat engine isn't more efficient than what's reported, which is in the order of 5% tops?
Is it a coverup on behalf of the fossile fuel industry?
Ninitol is available for purchase though, it's listed on both eBay and Amazon.

freethisone

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #45, on January 21st, 2014, 08:04 AM »
Quote from Breakzeitgeist on January 20th, 2014, 01:51 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRulxM2naUA&feature=youtu.beSo like I was
So like I was saying this circuit is very versitile. Build you one now and and start playing with it if anything its awesome just to show off to anyone. Replicate Replicate

Inventing a Free World
/watch?v=4z7j8GVfQT0


here is another movie on the dilectric. is this what tesla had in mind for his hho cell?

Farrah Day

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #46, on January 21st, 2014, 08:17 AM »
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here is another movie on the dilectric. is this what tesla had in mind for his hho cell?
Curious? I'm not aware of Tesla having produced a WFC or indeed with him ever having anything to do with dissociating water.  

Where have you got this from? Is there a patent or some document that perhaps I'm unaware of? If so could you please provide a link.

Matt Watts


gpssonar

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #48, on January 21st, 2014, 03:28 PM »Last edited on January 21st, 2014, 03:49 PM by gpssonar
Farra Day, Here is a photo that I have of his device. As you can see Stan more or less copied his work. I'm sure that if you find Stan system has no merit, Tesla's wan't have any merit either. Also I added another photo of my test cell which goes along with the movie above.

Farrah Day

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #49, on January 22nd, 2014, 05:01 AM »Last edited on January 22nd, 2014, 05:02 AM by Farrah Day
Quote from gpssonar on January 21st, 2014, 03:28 PM
Farra Day, Here is a photo that I have of his device. As you can see Stan more or less copied his work. I'm sure that if you find Stan system has no merit, Tesla's wan't have any merit either. Also I added another photo of my test cell which goes along with the movie above.
Hi GPS, while the image looks like one of Tesla's drawings, clearly the blue descriptive wording has been added by someone else. And without the descriptive wording we would just have normal Tesla capacitors - and why would we think otherwise? What patent is that tesla drawing from? As that will no doubt clear the matter up.

And just while I'm here, I've been looking into Tesla's hairpin device and I can fully understand how physically shorting the parallel copper/brass bars at the top will not cause an electrical short.

Clearly if a standing wave is set up on one bar, while the other bar is effectively at 0V, then depending on where the nodes are, shorting across from the live bar to the 0V bar will have no effect.  With the bars shorted at the top, then we can assume that a node sits there. To test this simply connect the light bulb to the top - it should not light! This science is well understood by anyone that works with transmitters and aerials, including HAM radio enthusiasts.  

A standard Tesla coil also exhibits the same properties, with its secondary coil at a 1/4 wavelength, the bottom of the coil will show little voltage, the voltage gradually rising as you move up the coil until you see maximum voltage at the top.

I'm happy to be wrong on this if what you are demonstrating is not the case, but I just think that perhaps we would be better eliminating well known science and well documented explanations before looking to the more exotic.