Cold Electricity how to

Matt Watts

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #75, on January 24th, 2014, 07:51 PM »
Something else to note that I didn't pickup on the first time, the connections from the spark gap go to the outside (foil side) of the wine bottle capacitors.  So if your tipping a few back and grab the wrong bottle, it will light you up.  hehe.

Jeff Nading

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #76, on January 24th, 2014, 07:55 PM »
Quote from Matt Watts on January 24th, 2014, 07:51 PM
Something else to note that I didn't pickup on the first time, the connections from the spark gap go to the outside (foil side) of the wine bottle capacitors.  So if your tipping a few back and grab the wrong bottle, it will light you up.  hehe.
Are you talking from experience there Matt. :D:D:P:P

Matt Watts

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #77, on January 24th, 2014, 09:19 PM »Last edited on January 24th, 2014, 09:35 PM by Matt Watts
Quote from Jeff Nading on January 24th, 2014, 07:55 PM
Are you talking from experience there Matt. :D:D:P:P
It's not the shock that hurts, that just startles you.  It's the banging your arm on the drill press that leaves a mark.

But yeah, bzg said the spark gap was hooked to the top, but if you look closely at the video, you'll see it's the other way around.

Not sure about this, I took the easy way and hooked up my SP-Gen to the flyback transformer and I can get it to spark at 16KHz, 5% duty cycle, but the spark sure seems small compared to his.  Running from a 12 volt battery; drawing practically no current at all.  So far I'm not seeing anything too exciting.  Guess I need to keep at it.

Actually, I think my Slayer Exciter will do a far better job.  It's air core and runs at a much higher frequency which Telsa indicates is key to extracting energy.  Plus it uses a pancake coil for the primary which cuts back EMF.

Two things I need to find out by experimenting is frequency and size of salt water caps.  Between those two items, I should be able to find something optimal.

nav

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #78, on January 25th, 2014, 04:51 AM »
All good stuff BZG, keep at it my friend.

Enrg4life

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #79, on January 25th, 2014, 06:13 AM »Last edited on January 25th, 2014, 06:30 AM by Enrg4life
Quote from firepinto on January 24th, 2014, 04:06 PM
Quote from Enrg4life on January 24th, 2014, 02:46 PM
Quote from Lynx 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.


I have some nitinol. I had adult orthodontics and my orthodontic wire is nitinol.When I finished with my treatment i asked him if I could have the wires that they where going to have to dispose of and he gave me about 40 of them. This wire is limp when cold and when installed in your mouth your body heat wants to straighten the wire out and helps reduce the number of appointments need to straighten the teeth.
Huh, I never knew that.  I wish I knew that a pile of years ago.  I could of had a bunch of those.

I think the sure smile system has been in use for about 5 years. Previous to that the ortho wire was just a normal stainless steel wire which had to be atleast once per month.The nitinaol wire could go 3 or 4 times that long because of the tension it generates. I remember when taking drinks of cold water I could feel tension release then tighten back up again with in 2 seconds time.I want to make a motor with those wires I have to see how well it works.

firepinto

RE: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #80, on January 25th, 2014, 02:37 PM »
Quote from Enrg4life on January 25th, 2014, 06:13 AM
I think the sure smile system has been in use for about 5 years. Previous to that the ortho wire was just a normal stainless steel wire which had to be atleast once per month.The nitinaol wire could go 3 or 4 times that long because of the tension it generates. I remember when taking drinks of cold water I could feel tension release then tighten back up again with in 2 seconds time.I want to make a motor with those wires I have to see how well it works.
Ah yeah mine were probably just stainless wire then.

Mechanic

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #81, on February 2nd, 2014, 02:35 AM »
The links posted here won't lite up to follow?

firepinto

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #82, on February 2nd, 2014, 08:21 AM »
Quote from Mechanic on February 2nd, 2014, 02:35 AM
The links posted here won't lite up to follow?
The color changes slightly, clicking them still works. :)

Breakzeitgeist

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #83, on February 2nd, 2014, 05:24 PM »
Quote from Matt Watts on January 24th, 2014, 07:51 PM
Something else to note that I didn't pickup on the first time, the connections from the spark gap go to the outside (foil side) of the wine bottle capacitors.  So if your tipping a few back and grab the wrong bottle, it will light you up.  hehe.
good observation. I caught that to but it does not matter which way they are connected. I norm do not drink the coolaid while at work or very rare ocassion that was one. sorry you had to see that.
Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #84, on February 2nd, 2014, 05:30 PM »
Quote from Matt Watts on January 24th, 2014, 09:19 PM
It's not the shock that hurts, that just startles you.  It's the banging your arm on the drill press that leaves a mark.

But yeah, bzg said the spark gap was hooked to the top, but if you look closely at the video, you'll see it's the other way around.

now connect one end of cap to one side and connect one end of other cap to other side of spark gap...Now the magic and intensity happen when you short the tow leads of the caps together or put a load there. I am about to make another video. I will be more clear this time. I also made 24 of those wine bottle caps so going to try some diffrent things and see what happens

Not sure about this, I took the easy way and hooked up my SP-Gen to the flyback transformer and I can get it to spark at 16KHz, 5% duty cycle, but the spark sure seems small compared to his.  Running from a 12 volt battery; drawing practically no current at all.  So far I'm not seeing anything too exciting.  Guess I need to keep at it.

Actually, I think my Slayer Exciter will do a far better job.  It's air core and runs at a much higher frequency which Telsa indicates is key to extracting energy.  Plus it uses a pancake coil for the primary which cuts back EMF.

Two things I need to find out by experimenting is frequency and size of salt water caps.  Between those two items, I should be able to find something optimal.
Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #85, on February 2nd, 2014, 05:39 PM »
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Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #86, on February 2nd, 2014, 05:42 PM »
now connect one end of cap to one side and connect one end of other cap to other side of spark gap...Now the magic and intensity happen when you short the tow leads of the caps together or put a load there. I am about to make another video. I will be more clear this time. I also made 24 of those wine bottle caps so going to try some diffrent things and see what happens
Quote from Matt Watts on January 24th, 2014, 09:19 PM
It's not the shock that hurts, that just startles you.  It's the banging your arm on the drill press that leaves a mark.

But yeah, bzg said the spark gap was hooked to the top, but if you look closely at the video, you'll see it's the other way around.

Not sure about this, I took the easy way and hooked up my SP-Gen to the flyback transformer and I can get it to spark at 16KHz, 5% duty cycle, but the spark sure seems small compared to his.  Running from a 12 volt battery; drawing practically no current at all.  So far I'm not seeing anything too exciting.  Guess I need to keep at it.

Actually, I think my Slayer Exciter will do a far better job.  It's air core and runs at a much higher frequency which Telsa indicates is key to extracting energy.  Plus it uses a pancake coil for the primary which cuts back EMF.

Two things I need to find out by experimenting is frequency and size of salt water caps.  Between those two items, I should be able to find something optimal.
Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #87, on February 2nd, 2014, 05:48 PM »
Make some vids replicate

freethisone

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #88, on February 5th, 2014, 04:38 PM »Last edited on February 5th, 2014, 06:56 PM by Matt Watts

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WocLykK-TDo

good stuff going on here, the air cap toroid is about  1 foot above the earth did you do that on purpose?
as an antenna you increase the size of you air cap to a much larger, and also just to a tiny nut. this shows the self inductance.
if the mass you may use foil paper, around the walls at 1 foot from ground level as a test.

many things are going down the information is vast. a way of thinking, to test more at this point. adding magnets or uv light to the spark gap at the zenon also.

show us what we are mising to understand the importance of the gap. to create high modulation of standing type waves.

continue..

Matt Watts

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #89, on February 5th, 2014, 06:56 PM »
If you look at patent number 514,168, you'll see Mr. Tesla describes the optimal spark gap as being in oil and mechanically disrupted.  A spark gap acts like a switch and causes a massive change to occur within an inductor.  I suspect if you synchronize the mechanical spark gap with the wave peaks exiting the first secondary, the power transfer will be at its maximum.

I have replicated bzg's experiment, not quite to the same degree, and it does indicate to me something very much outside normal electronics is happening.

nav

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #90, on February 6th, 2014, 08:30 AM »
Quote from Matt Watts on February 5th, 2014, 06:56 PM
If you look at patent number 514,168, you'll see Mr. Tesla describes the optimal spark gap as being in oil and mechanically disrupted.  A spark gap acts like a switch and causes a massive change to occur within an inductor.  I suspect if you synchronize the mechanical spark gap with the wave peaks exiting the first secondary, the power transfer will be at its maximum.

I have replicated bzg's experiment, not quite to the same degree, and it does indicate to me something very much outside normal electronics is happening.
It may well be that a transistor and a diode may be the modern answer to converting Tesla's ideas into modern electronics.

Matt Watts

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #91, on February 6th, 2014, 10:52 AM »
Quote from nav on February 6th, 2014, 08:30 AM
It may well be that a transistor and a diode may be the modern answer to converting Tesla's ideas into modern electronics.
If you can find me a transistor that will function at 50,000 volts and allow radiant energy to enter the system, I'd be more than happy to try it.  For now, the simplicity and effectiveness of a spark gap is pretty hard to beat.

Breakzeitgeist

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #92, on February 7th, 2014, 06:12 PM »
Sorry guys and gals I have been super busy. I am working on a video that I will post here some time before the sun comes up. I have the most amazing thing to show all of you and its going to blow your mind. I have been trying to verify my results and will need your help in replicating this next item. It promises a wealth of new education and savings in the form of CHa Ching $ using what most of you should all ready have and if you don't its all very simple. Also got some previews of things to come. Sorry I had to post this teaser but im excited about what I am wanting to show you. I hope you all enjoy and put to use the info I will be sharing. If any one has any questions please ask so I may see them and can address in the video. Thank You All and God Bless

Jeff Nading

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #93, on February 7th, 2014, 07:21 PM »
"Anticipation" is making me wait.  :excited: :yodel:

Matt Watts

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #94, on February 7th, 2014, 08:11 PM »
Quote from Breakzeitgeist on February 7th, 2014, 06:12 PM
Sorry guys and gals I have been super busy. I am working on a video that I will post here some time before the sun comes up. I have the most amazing thing to show all of you and its going to blow your mind. I have been trying to verify my results and will need your help in replicating this next item. It promises a wealth of new education and savings in the form of CHa Ching $ using what most of you should all ready have and if you don't its all very simple. Also got some previews of things to come. Sorry I had to post this teaser but im excited about what I am wanting to show you. I hope you all enjoy and put to use the info I will be sharing. If any one has any questions please ask so I may see them and can address in the video. Thank You All and God Bless
I'll be all over it bzg.  I know this mess of parts I have on my bench are dying for a push to become something great.

Breakzeitgeist


Matt Watts

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #96, on February 8th, 2014, 07:40 PM »
I don't know if you did that on purpose or not bzg, but it sure looks like you replicated David Puchta's algae growing experiment.


David, if you're listening, chime in, because I'm sure you have seen this before and know what it is and how it's working.

Breakzeitgeist

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #97, on February 8th, 2014, 08:59 PM »
OK so what Im trying to show is not so much about the stuff in the water however it is interesting. I keep this thing going 24-7 not because of the dirt being created and other stuff. Which I think this is showing us that the earth is growing and it uses the same things to make dirt and stuff....Who knows but while its on my house meter outside slows way down and even stops a little sometimes. YOu have to power the bendini with a wall wart. I believe what is happening is the pulses are having an effect on the 12v side which is affecting the 120 side which when magnetic field collapse that power pulse goes back to the grid. Please replicate and run it all day and look at the meter when its on and when off its amazing. Check it out...that is going to be in the part 2

geenee

Re: Cold Electricity how to
« Reply #99, on February 9th, 2014, 12:59 AM »Last edited on February 9th, 2014, 04:24 AM by geenee
great work,BZG.many stuffs in your lab. :)

very interesting effect.350v pk from harmonic signal?

geenee