insights, How to create a Aether ring vortex


insights, How to create a Aether ring vortex
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I Finally realize how to create ring toroid/vortex Aether fields with 2 Bifilar pancake coils (made of speaker wire).
The key is using one coil to push, and the other to pull, So a unidirectional flow of Aether around the coils is created.
When this is done, the coils assist each other and current draw is extremely lowered. this already has been experimentaly proven (in my radiant power video).

the L1 coil is being pulsed, with a 50%duty square wave (at the resonant frequency of the other coil).
The L2 is series resonant. Both coils are coupled (or slightly distanced).

The L1 coil produces a negative back EMF/inductive spike (impulse of 500nS). This represents the magnetic field energy that was build up in the coil, and is transformed into a instant dielectric field impulse. So the coil has a sudden very short very strong dielectric field, which has pressure, and represents the push.

That same impulse/ inductive spike/ negative back emf, is fed into the series resonant L2 coil.

The series resonance provides a low impedance(wire resistance) path for the impulse to move to ground (V+ acts a s ground for negative voltage). The L2 coil has a diectric field, before and after the impulse, made from the resonant maximum positive voltage on the inside rim, and the neutral dc voltage on its outside rim.

the impulse, enters the L2 coil, via the series resonant tuning capacitor, and neutralizes the dielectric field of L2.
This is done, by lowering the resonant voltage to the dc voltage, on the outside rim, both ends of the bifilar coil become equal voltage, and there for there is no voltage difference between its windings, and thus no dielectric field.

This is a collapse of pressure, creating a vacuum. this represents the pulling in of the Aether.

by coupling the L1 and L2 coils the L1 pushes the Aether, and the L2 pulls the Aether.
The causes the Aether to be sucked into L1 and pushed out of L2. The Aether is set into motion, and will flow around the coils (as with a audio speaker without enclosure, will create acoustic feedback from front to back).

I will put this into a video, as pictures hardly explain it.
insights, the L1 pressure coil: low capacitance, distanced windings
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L1 is pulsed with a 50% duty cycle.
But when the mosfet is turned off, It still is provided with current, from the series resonant L2 coil.
This makes it possible for the magnetic field of L1 to continue, until, L2's current becomes zero (at Vmax positive), and the L1 magnetic field collapses. producing the inductive spike/back emf/ impulse.

L1's magnetic field is not reversing, like a resonant coil does. it is unipolar. one side is north and stays north, while the other side is south and stays south.

I learned, north, is the pushing side, and south is the pulling side of  a magnetic field.

The impulse, creates a push, a longitudinal pressure wave, while at the same time, L2 creates a pull, from the collapse of its dielectric field from the impulse.

To get that impulse fast enough, The L2 coil needs to be low resistance. I learned that adding capacitance, slows down the impulse. But I now use a bifilar coil for it. That has increased capacitance, and thus slows the impulse down.
Preferred would be a single winding L1, due to its lower capacitance.
But it also would have much less inductance (no mutual coupling between the windings).

What I just realised, is, I need a L1 bifilar coil, where the windings are distanced.
This has benefits:
- it still has some mutual inductance through coupling of their magnetic fields (stronger mag field, stronger impulse)
- less capacitance due to more distance between the windings. (giving faster impulse).
- A wider dielectric field. giving a longer longitudinal travel path, from one winding to the other winding (during the impulse).

The last point is very vital, as the Volume of Aether that is set into longitudinal motion (between its windings, bu the impulse), is much bigger. It therefor has more inertia, and thus more power.

the L1 coil is not resonant, but the opposite (the impulse speed is at its resonant frequency).

Since L1 is not changing in its magnetic field, it makes sense to put it in the middle of the stack.
since L1 works together with L2(longitudinal L1=push L2pull) L2 should be coupled to L1, but probably not to close, as L1's magnetic fields do fluctuate.

L2 is series resonant. For the fields it is almost invisible, it passes right through
L3 is parallel resonant. For the fields its like a brick wall, hard to pass.

So if L1 creates a push, it will do so on both sides. But it L3 is placed on one side, the push of L1 will face a brick wall, and only one side of L1 (facing l2) will push the Aether into motion.  (not sure about this).

So the " logical" stack setup would be  L3- L2(distanced windings, with a dielectric medium in between)- L1
With the north of L1 facing L2


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Re: insights, How to create a Aether ring vortex
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Thanks Diplomacy,
I have seen it before, it is intriguing how nature works.
insights, making use of a dynamic dielectric field
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In electric generators we make use of moving magnetic fields to generate power.
the magnetic field always has a dielectric field component.

We could also use a moving dielectric field to generate power.

L3 (output) parallel resonant in the center
of the stack.

L2 series resonant, together with L1(pulsed)
on the outsides of L3.

These L2 and L1 will create a moving dielectric field between them.
L3 sits in the middle of this moving dielectric field.

L1 and L2 dielectric field chamge must be strong enough in their interaction, to penetrate and influence L3.

L1 pushes, while L2 pulls.
both push and pull created by the same (mirrored) impulse(back emf) . A simultaneously fluctuation in  both L1 and L2's dielectric field.

L1 creates a back emf (dielectric field changes / push)
L2 recieves the back emf (pull) by which the polarity of its dielectric field suddenly changes.

L3 is in the middle of these synchronized dielectric coupled changes.

Instead of moving the mass of the magnet,
we move the massless dielectric field