A impulse is a high change in voltage, in a very small amount of time.
1000V in 1uS or less.
The time the impulse is injected in the series resonant bifilar pancake coil,
Is at the maximum voltage. which is when the magnetic field strength is zero.
But the change in magnetic field strength is maximum.
It is as if the Aether that forms the magnetic field, is a vortex (on both sides of the coil) that collapses, and then re appears but now its counter rotating.
The impulse happens at the peak of the collapse, when the current is zero but the aether field is moving very hard,
So there is no magnetic field at the time of the impulse.
The voltage is at its maximum. the change in voltage is zero, the dielectric field is at its strongest.
That's when we introduce a rapid change in voltage. this translates, to a very high current.
This results in a extra strong swing of the magnetic field, and it is amplified by this action. It is getting a Kick right at the best moment.
Or... just after the peak, just like with a swing. We dont push at the highest dead point. we push just after it, when the movement downwards is starting again.
So the impulse amplifies the current.
But... If the impulse is powerfull enough, meaning, high enough voltage, and short enough duration, the magnetic field is simply to slow in its build up. And the dielectric field that represents this change in voltage, will create a longitudinal Aether movement, that is related to the ring vortex.
This ring vortex, is captured by a second coil (L3 output), that has a large load, where this immense energy can work into.
the load transmuted the energy into heat and light or whatever (water into H2 and O2, after being rectified).
So the impulse will need to work into someting, else it simply wont work. the impulse will not come through. it will ripple.
Another thing, is the DC ofset of the series resonant coil, in relation to the L3 coil, it will create a path for the longitudinal energy to follow.
in conclusion, if I slow down the impulse, I can amplify the magnetic field of the series resonant coil, this makes it possible to float a aluminium foil around 42kHz
If I make the impulse fast enough, the magnetic field is to slow to catch the large amount of energy, and it will create a longitudinal aether pressure field (ring vortex). But only is it can work into a load.
This also indicates, a lower frequency works best for longitudinal pressure. As the relative speed between the impulse and the magnetic field is bigger. The magnetic field is slower changing at lower frequencies, so the fast impulse, is much to fast to interact with the slow magnetic field vortex.
I will record this into VR to make it more clear in pictures.