Meyer, Leedskalnin, the double slit experiment and the key to voltage.

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Meyer, Leedskalnin, the double slit experiment and the key to voltage.
« on September 15th, 2014, 01:43 PM »Last edited on September 15th, 2014, 01:50 PM
First of all for those who havn't seen the double slit experiment, its implications and relevance to us, here is a short easy to understand video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwXQjRBLwsQ#ws
My friend and I have been discussing the implications of this experiment and its relevance to what we are trying to achieve in Meyer technology for a few years. It is the key to infinite voltage in my opinion and the reason that many fail in their quest to succeed.
The one true fact to establish after my own experiments is that in a Meyer cell, if it were allowed to do so and we had a capacitor that could take it, the voltage that Meyer produces would charge a capacitor to 10 billion volts and beyond.
The limit to such technology is only defined by the nature and capacity of the components we use and the energy involved in such apparatus is only limited by our own imagination. It is important to know why Stan also believed this and said the same thing in as many words. It is without doubt limitless.
It is also the reason Leedskalnin lifted those huge coral blocks IMO.
Firstly, it is important to understand that the voltage gradient we discussed in my last thread is in actual fact the wave of potential in the double slit experiment. We cannot define voltage until it does work, has a creation point, a point of annihilation and a means of measuring it.
Just like the double slit experiment Stan sets off with his stream of marbles, the stream of marbles because they are causibly attached to the gun that fired them are restricted in their own potential which is the power of the gun and their own mass in an equasion we know works. They can never be more than that at this point. Stan starts with a voltage charge carried by Electrons that because of Lens law is also causibly connected to the transformer that they came from and at this point also can never be more than that.
So far so good says Doctor Quantum in the video, BUT WAIT, Stan's Electrons that are hitting the back wall (the fuel cell) have now gained an infinite voltage potential, how can that be?
Something happened to Stan's Electrons on the way from the transformer to the fuel cell which made them infinite in their charge potential. BUT WHAT HAPPENED?
LETS GO QUANTUM.
We know because of more complex double slit experiments that Electrons actually can go back in time a few milliseconds and actually examine where they came from then go forward in time and make adjustments, this has now been proven many times over by many peer reviewed scientists and you can Google those experiments. But what has also been proven is that Electrons can only go back in a single event. In other words, if you have a transformer that creates a magnetic field which collapses into voltage, the Electrons can only ever go back to when they were created by the collapsing magnetic field and not to the time when the field was being charged by other Electrons. This fact is important as I will explain later.
So, Stans's charge carrying Electrons set off from the transformer and into two charging chokes and this is where the infinite voltage is created.
The voltage Stan and Ed Leedskalnin create in this scenario is called Unquantified charge potential. The reason it is Unquantified is because the actual voltage has absolutely no idea where it came from and has no causal connection to any apparatus that could have created it.
The bucking coils in Leedskalnin schematics in which I've been experimenting cancel each other out and because one of them creates an opposing magnetic field, cancelling back EMF then Lens' law is none existant. The remaining voltage which technically speaking according to our multimeters may only be millivolts now has a massive dilemma to deal with.
At this point just like in the double slit experiment, this left over voltage is a wave of potential and the wave of potential remember has a causal connection to its source just like the equasion when we worked out with the power of the gun firing the marbles at the screen combined with their mass. But there are a few problems for this very small cancellation charge potential, firstly the back EMF has been cancelled and Electrons can only jump back in time one event thus destroying their ability to work out their own charge potential from the transformer, so they can forget that for a causal connection. Secondly and most importantly, any type of cancellation is undefined by nature. By that I mean if you have a million volts and that voltage is cancelled by 999,999 volts of an apposing charge and you are left with 1 volt then it is no different from having 2 volts cancelled my 1 volts of an opposing charge and be left with the same 1 volt. The 1 volt doesn't know where it came from because of the cancelled back EMF, it doesn't know the original voltages concerned and it is totally trapped. This is called an Unquantified charge potential.
The next part is the most difficult to understand. Unquantified charge potentials don't set off from a quantified voltage and work upward in voltage. The cancellation voltage from the bucking coils may work out at 1 volt on our meters but that is not what they are, they are a wave of potential feeling their way around the Universe trying to find a victim which will define what they will be. The victim may be a trillion volts or it may be 1 billionth of a volt, it feels its way around and defines itself according to who is watching and where it can exist but it will be infinite in its nature. If you provide a capacitor that can be charged up to a billion volts then it will do that work.
There is only 2 applications that an Unquantified charge potential can be used in. One is a capacitor and the second is a magnetic field. Instead of using a gated frequency of infinite voltage burts combined with a cap in a tank circuit, the same voltage can be used in a magnetic field, the potential of which is only limited by the flux capacity of the apparatus.
Electromagnets of incredible power could be produced from nothing that can lift anything.
The energy potential of a trapped, confused Unquantified charge is no different from all the power plants in the world combined.
Stan's Vic? You could fit it in a matchbox and have a billion volts. If you don't allow something the pleasure of knowing what it is and where it came from then it will try to become everything.










Gunther Rattay

Re: Meyer, Leedskalnin, the double slit experiment and the key to voltage.
« Reply #1, on September 15th, 2014, 02:20 PM »
@nav
any idea for a specific experimental setup for your theory? it should be as simple as possible with as few components as possible.

nav

Re: Meyer, Leedskalnin, the double slit experiment and the key to voltage.
« Reply #2, on September 15th, 2014, 03:14 PM »
Quote from Gunther Rattay on September 15th, 2014, 02:20 PM
@nav
any idea for a specific experimental setup for your theory? it should be as simple as possible with as few components as possible.
Set a VIC up in this way: Get a bog standard transformer of 1:50 of about 28 gauge and feed it with 12vdc pulsed on the primary side, frequency is subjective which i will explain later. Create another transformer that is seperate with your 2 charging chokes which are wired opposite or bucking style from 28 gauge wire, one of which will be 500 turns and the other 480 turns (but variable on the neg side) in the opposite direction. The secondary from the transformer will feed each of the respective chokes and a 1198a 400v diode between the positive of the transformer and the positive choke. Create a gating system between the output of the positive choke to the cell so that you can control the infinite voltage you create into bursts, if you don't the cell will reach dielectric breakdown instantly. Create a tank circuit or LC circuit between the cancellation voltage and the cell. On the negative supply to the cell provide an isolated ground that is totally independant from the PWM ground and also the choke on that side a variable inductor so you can fine tune it. At this point the cancellation voltage between the 2 chokes doesn't know what it is or where it came from, it is your mission in life to point it in the right direction. For the Leedskalnin fans, take the cap away and replace with a absolutely massive electromagent. Use the same system to govern the flux leakage in the core.

~Russ

Re: Meyer, Leedskalnin, the double slit experiment and the key to voltage.
« Reply #3, on September 15th, 2014, 03:26 PM »
Nav,

Nice Theory.

very good detailed Description and i can see this is valid in the VIC!

~Russ

nav

Re: Meyer, Leedskalnin, the double slit experiment and the key to voltage.
« Reply #4, on September 15th, 2014, 03:40 PM »
Quote from ~Russ on September 15th, 2014, 03:26 PM
Nav,

Nice Theory.

very good detailed Description and i can see this is valid in the VIC!

~Russ
TY Russ, BTW the infinite voltage you create that you are gating - put it to ground. If you don't put it to ground it will carry on where it left off. Use a transister to ground it. What you have to deduct now is am I just another theorist full of it or will this work? emmmmmmmmmmm

~Russ

Re: Meyer, Leedskalnin, the double slit experiment and the key to voltage.
« Reply #5, on September 15th, 2014, 03:54 PM »
haha,

Nav, with out a theory we are jut guessing... so you have a good Guess :) and a nice theory...

grounding it would be a bad thing yeah? i wan it to go higher each "off time" as long as its opposite polarity its all good!

~Russ

nav

Re: Meyer, Leedskalnin, the double slit experiment and the key to voltage.
« Reply #6, on September 15th, 2014, 04:16 PM »Last edited on September 15th, 2014, 04:20 PM
Quote from ~Russ on September 15th, 2014, 03:54 PM
haha,

Nav, with out a theory we are jut guessing... so you have a good Guess :) and a nice theory...

grounding it would be a bad thing yeah? i wan it to go higher each "off time" as long as its opposite polarity its all good!

~Russ
The positive side of the cell attracts the Oxygen and the negative side attracts the Hydrogen, thus one half of the diodes journey, the other half it acts as a switch. No, grounding is good btw, without it you are screwed. That is half the reason why we have an isolated ground. When the voltage ramps up toward infinity, if you break the circuit on the first gate and don't ground the ramp, when the gate opens again the voltage already exceeds the caps dielectric breakdown capacity on the second ramp because you never put it to ground, it carries on where it left off. Remember the ground acts as a neutral observer if its isolated or a sponge. Admittedly it throws energy down the drain but its the only way to stop the voltage ramping out of control. You cannot keep resetting the system because the main frequency will get screwed. Thats why the PLL is in sink with the gate not the main frequency.
Re: Meyer, Leedskalnin, the double slit experiment and the key to voltage.
« Reply #7, on September 15th, 2014, 04:41 PM »Last edited on September 15th, 2014, 04:48 PM
The gate is marked G and figure 1 is the way that the voltage gets restricted NOT figure 2. MP is the maximum potential the system is allowed just before dielectric breakdown marked in figure 1. it can never exceed this setting. Out of control ramping is bad. PLL the gate not the frequency.

Gunther Rattay

Re: Meyer, Leedskalnin, the double slit experiment and the key to voltage.
« Reply #8, on September 18th, 2014, 11:58 AM »Last edited on September 18th, 2014, 12:25 PM
Quote from nav on September 15th, 2014, 04:41 PM
The gate is marked G and figure 1 is the way that the voltage gets restricted NOT figure 2. MP is the maximum potential the system is allowed just before dielectric breakdown marked in figure 1. it can never exceed this setting. Out of control ramping is bad. PLL the gate not the frequency.
nav, with this setup you can control the gating and test your theory (at 13:50 min):


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKIMpeXp42c#t=834
(for a full screen display click on YouTube bottom right hand corner)

nav

Re: Meyer, Leedskalnin, the double slit experiment and the key to voltage.
« Reply #9, on September 22nd, 2014, 09:04 AM »
Excellent

thx1138v2

Re: Meyer, Leedskalnin, the double slit experiment and the key to voltage.
« Reply #10, on October 25th, 2015, 05:52 AM »
Another, more sensible, explanation of the Double Slit Experiment results. For the quick explanation start at 33:45. The entire video is worth the time though.

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