Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed

geert8550

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #125, on March 2nd, 2013, 10:22 AM »
Thanks guys for your supportive comments. I try to work step by step and try to consult with the people of the study group. These steps are also posted here.
RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #126, on March 10th, 2013, 05:30 AM »Last edited on March 10th, 2013, 05:34 AM by geert8550
I did my first movie. This video is about 3D-printing creation of a support base for the Keshe plasma reactor, which still only a vacuum chamber. I have the setup ready for the first vacuum leak test. Video Reports follow.
Enjoy.
/watch?v=30-NVN0ksdg
http://www.facebook.com/geert.vranckx.1

Gunther Rattay

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #127, on March 13th, 2013, 01:53 PM »Last edited on March 14th, 2013, 01:31 PM by bussi04

geert8550


spinducor

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #129, on March 17th, 2013, 06:52 AM »
Thanks gert8550 and everyone,  The reactor apparatus is remarkable, thanks for sharing!

My post is to address health effects of "radiation exposure"

We may find assertions that the worlds biggest scam covers up the safety of various radiation manifestations, especially ones which have been declared deadly!  (Falsely declared is the assertion).  

Ionizing radiation, no doubt means harmfully distorting matter and therefore harming health...
Yet, apparently Galen Windsor goes into details about he and colleagues handled plutonium and  swam in reactor pools! (wow)  [??]  Yet much bigger fish are fried in this video! The associated implications are staggering and i heard plenty, put on hold...  There might be two videos on Galen, (not sure myself), here is one...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejCQrOTE-XA

A very interesting, old, taped--video interview is the focus... He may have been the first whistle blower, as he appears to have been an expert in this field and he blew the whistle decades ago...  How did we miss this, (lack of www?)

On a different note, certain claims of ancient lore, claim healing benefits from natural-state radiation in caves, found-minerals, etc... This underlies the modern subject which can be web searched under terms like: "radiation hormesis".  

Discernment is recommended.  I make no claims myself and want to learn by contrasting deep assessments.

Back to Dr Keshe, here is an interview wherein he is asked a little about health effects of radiation....


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUH77PtVvm8

Relative safety is discussed and examples are given....
"... (vitamin) B-12 is a nuclear material...."   around  9:30 minutes  ...etc

geert8550

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #130, on March 23rd, 2013, 06:33 AM »
Update:
Installation is simplified by working with flexible piping and a collector with plug connectors. The vacuum achieved according to the meter to 98 to 99% vacuum, a very good result, I would say. Next update: a homemade ferrofluid rotation feed-through.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eW2YZUxdBI0

Lynx

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #131, on March 23rd, 2013, 07:21 AM »
Thanks for the update Geert, good luck

Btw, good to see and hear you

FaradayEZ

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #132, on March 26th, 2013, 05:39 AM »
Quote from Lynx on March 23rd, 2013, 07:21 AM
Thanks for the update Geert, good luck

Btw, good to see and hear you
Nice work Geert!

I wonder how are you able to look into the process going on with the next tests?
If you are putting in ferrofluids, are you then trying to turn them inside with a rotating magnetic field?
What are the next logical steps you are going to do and how can you see proof of
success?

Are you understanding what you need to build and how it looks if it works and can you explain that process a bit for the readers who find Kesh difficult to follow?

Thx





Antigraviticsystems1

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #133, on March 31st, 2013, 08:50 AM »Last edited on March 31st, 2013, 08:53 AM by Antigraviticsystems1
Hola Amigos el sistema idea por el señor keshe tiene bastante semejanza con el sistema ideado por otis t. carr, estoy convencido que en ambos se utiliza plasma rotatorio creando una especie de vortice donde este transforma la energia del punto cero en otro tipo de energias asimilables por nuestra tecnologia.

si mediante un campo magnético y un campo electrico podemos generar un fluido de plasma en movimiento, si consiguieramos dotar a este plasma de las caracteristicas propias de un vortice quizas este podria "auto-sostenerse" como lo hacen los tornados terrestres siempre que haya energía termica disponible a su alrededor.  

Creo que entre todos podemos aunar esfuerzos mentales e ideas y empezar por el plasma, un saludo y perdonen por la traducción del señor google

Hello Friends system Mr. Keshe idea has enough resemblance to the system devised by Otis t. Carr, I am convinced that in both rotating plasma is used creating a vortex where this becomes the zero point energy in other energy assimilated by our technology.

if by a magnetic field and an electric field can generate a plasma fluid in motion, if we could give this plasma on the characteristics of a vortex maybe this could "self-sustained" as do terrestrial tornadoes thermal energy whenever there available around you.

I think we can all join forces and start mentally and ideas by the plasma, greetings and sorry for the translation of Mr. google






https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7poSycHaBo


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGkdl-bsk2k

geert8550

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #134, on April 1st, 2013, 12:11 PM »
Update on the building of the Keshe plasma reactor, enjoy.
If there are comments or tips, then like your feadback, thank you.
/watch?v=OTeN7wyWJa4

Antigraviticsystems1

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #135, on April 2nd, 2013, 01:30 PM »

Hello Friend, I think it is a good choice because this metal sphere is conducting current, it is assumed that within the area there is a rotating plasma with different densities, when you need to energize the plasma initially ionize indoor air, after passing an electric current and a magnetic field to rotate the plasma by Lorentz law

geert8550

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #136, on April 2nd, 2013, 10:58 PM »Last edited on April 2nd, 2013, 11:10 PM by geert8550
Hello antigravitisystems1,
I see that you also Keshe technology follows. According to the patent, the center core is described as copper sphere, but I think Keshe a stainless steel ball used as there are more things different than what is described in the patent.
The sphere I use is ø150 mm, as I understand from the texts and other information than the inner core should be ø80 mm. What do you think?

Geert
At the moment I test different possibilities to make a rotating feed trough without vacuum loss.I think later post a video reportDo you have tips for the use of materials, construction and assembly?

Antigraviticsystems1

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #137, on April 3rd, 2013, 02:23 PM »Last edited on April 3rd, 2013, 03:15 PM by Antigraviticsystems1
Yo voy a probar con vidrio duralex, ya estoy haciendo los preparativos como vas a ver en las imagenes, creo que es bueno poder observar lo que "se cuece en el interior" desde mi punto de vista que puedo estar equivocado yo empezaría probando con mercurio vapor y atmosfera de hidrogeno, creo que lo importante es saber hacer rotar las diferentes bolas de plasma dentro de la esfera, quizas puede ser interesante probar con plasma de mercurio pues es fácil observar los resultados al aplicar campos magneticos y electricos, me parece muy interesante tu trabajo, hace falta mas gente como tu, sigue así, un abrazo desde "valencia" españa  

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I'm going to try Duralex glass, I'm making preparations as you will see in the pictures, I think it's good to see what that "cooked inside" from my point of view I can be wrong I would start testing with mercury steam and hydrogen atmosphere, I think it is important to know the different rotating plasma balls inside the sphere, perhaps it may be interesting to test mercury plasma it is easy to see the results of using electric and magnetic fields, it seems very interesting your job, we need more people like you, go on, a hug from "valence" Spain




si dentro de tu esfera de cobre deseas crear plasma va a ser imposible pues cortocircuit la corriente.

tu debes de poder meter corriente continua primeramente de alta tensión y frecuencia para cebar el arco y despues debes de meter corriente continua para crear un arco estable de plasma, despues uno o varios campos magnéticos hacen rodar el plasma gracias a las fuerzas de Lorentz..

Lo importante es saber hacer rotar el plasma dentro de la esfera, y a gran velocidad, el plasma al rotar se "polariza" es decir que todas sus particulas empiezan a trabajar al unisono es decir a la vez, de esa forma podemos actuar sobre todas las particulas a la vez como si fueran un solo atomo.

saludo

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if in your area want to create plasma copper will be impossible for the current Cortocircuit.

you should be able to get first DC high voltage and frequency to prime the arc and then you should get current to create a stable arc plasma, after one or more magnetic fields they roll through the plasma Lorentz forces ..

What matters is to rotate the plasma inside the sphere, and at high speed, the rotating plasma is "polarized" meaning that all its particles begin to work together ie at a time, that way we can act on all particles at once as if they were a single atom.

greeting




detalle del pasamuros electrico, falta apretar y sellar con pasta de silicona roja.

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electrical feedthroughs detail, lack tighten and seal with silicone paste red:idea:

geert8550

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #138, on April 4th, 2013, 07:04 AM »
Good work.Keep us informed with your progress, perhaps with a video.

Antigraviticsystems1

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #139, on April 8th, 2013, 12:54 PM »Last edited on April 8th, 2013, 01:44 PM by Antigraviticsystems1
Quote from geert8550 on April 4th, 2013, 07:04 AM
Good work.Keep us informed with your progress, perhaps with a video.

modified canning pot






Al final no he podido utilizar las ensaladeras de pyrex por problemas con el vacio.  

Ahora he podido observar que aguanta muy bien el vacio este bote de conservas, lo mas importante es que ya he podido ionizar el aire a baja presión

Tambien es importante que he podido crear plasma posteriormente.  

Para crear plasma primero ionizar con alta tensión y frecuencia y despues hacer pasar corriente electrica continua de baja tensión.

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At the end I could not use the pyrex bowls by problems with the vacuum.

Now I could see that empty stands up very well preserved this boat, the most important is that I have been able to ionize the air at low pressure

It is also important that I could create subsequent plasma.

To create first ionized plasma with frequency and high voltage electric current after passing low voltage DC.



This is the electronic circuit I use to ionize the gas primarily by high frequency and voltage and then using low voltage DC
RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #140, on April 9th, 2013, 05:49 AM »Last edited on April 9th, 2013, 05:50 AM by Antigraviticsystems1





Detalle del bote de conservas cuyo interior se ha sometido a un vacio de 15mbar y se ha conectado UNICAMENTE el sistema de ionización auxiliar.

Mediante el circuito que no puede funcionar como lo he diseñado, ionizo previamente el gas a baja presión con alta tensión y elevada frecuencia de corriente alterna 24khz y SIMULTANEAMENTE le meto corriente continua por los mismos electrodos, unos 300 voltios aproximadamente, de esta forma consigo crear plasma caliente en su interior.

Hoy por hoy el propósito de estas configuraciones es ganar experiencia a la hora de manejar los plasmas electricos, el propósito último es crear un vortice de plasma, algo parecido a un mini-tornado de plasma en un bote de conservas  :lol:  

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1C4Md97CYY&feature=youtu.be

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #141, on April 13th, 2013, 03:38 PM »

geert8550

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #142, on April 23rd, 2013, 09:05 AM »Last edited on April 23rd, 2013, 09:07 AM by geert8550
The first Keshe reactor shown in public.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXZcIGo9uWY

Lynx

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #143, on April 23rd, 2013, 09:53 AM »
Thanks for sharing!

Is there any clip of it in action?
What kind of energy/effect does it put out and whats the ratio between energy/effect input versus output?

SHAMANGELIC

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #144, on April 23rd, 2013, 03:00 PM »
Where and when did this viewing take place?  I was hoping Mr. Keshe would have been at the International Inventors Conference in Geneva earlier this month.

geert8550

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #145, on April 25th, 2013, 02:03 AM »
This is my idea of ​​how the Keshe reactor could be built.

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RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #146, on May 12th, 2013, 09:09 AM »
Still building the outer core. This is rotative, now a frame. Then a separate rotative inner core.

Lynx

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #148, on May 13th, 2013, 11:14 AM »
Thanks Geert, keep up the good work

Matt Watts

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #149, on May 24th, 2013, 10:02 AM »Last edited on May 24th, 2013, 10:10 AM by Matt Watts
Have any of you all followed John Keely?  I ask because I stumbled upon this web page:
http://www.svpvril.com/






And the similarities to these devices and what Geert is building is amazing.  Makes me wonder if Keshe is just following along the footsteps of previous inventors.

Another very interesting link:
http://pondscienceinstitute.on-rev.com/svpwiki/tiki-index.php?page=Dynaspheric+Force