Circuits powered by chaos

Lynx

Circuits powered by chaos
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What if inductors, chokes, cores, coils, plate capacitors, etc, etc, were to be powered by chaotically amplified signals?

I'm willing to bet that things that which we call anti gravity, space crunchers, warp drives, star gates, and then some, would stand a much better chance of ever seeing the light of the day if chaos were to be made to govern voltages and currents in such experimental circuits of sort.

Google showed me Chua's circuit, which would make for quite an excellent basic such chaos generating circuit, which then could be used as a "signal" source for the amplifiers at hand.

http://www.chuacircuits.com/howtobuild1.php

Matt Watts

Re: Circuits powered by chaos
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That's some pretty cool stuff right there Lynx.  Nice find!  :thumbsup:

I need to play with this for a while.  Have a hunch it would explain a few things I hadn't looked at very close.

Lynx

Re: Circuits powered by chaos
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:thumbsup:

Here's what this form of chaos sounds like, it's just as interesting as the circuit itself, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRXP0ZeIrlM
Maybe this is what the Universe sounds like.........somewhere out there :-D

Gunther Rattay

Re: Circuits powered by chaos
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hmmm ... chaos is order that´s not understood yet ...

imagining that our 3D spacetime is embedded in higher dimensional structures these chaotic oscillations could be 3 dimensional shadow projections  of higher dimensional order oscillations/operations. digging down to quantum level and assuming that there is direct dependencies between all hirarchy dimensional levels creating these chaotic oscillation could result in unexpected selections for probability at qbit level and could create insights in higher dimensional operations showing effects in 3D spacetime.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five-dimensional_space

patrick1

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lol one mans chaos is another mans god

Gunther Rattay