Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed

Jeff Nading

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #175, on December 7th, 2013, 08:37 AM »
Awesome setup you have Geert, it's truly amazing what we as humans can do when we put our minds to work. No and can't should not even be in our vocabulary, for those words are just excuses for not trying something new. I truly believe when we put our minds to work, we can accomplish any task at hand.
Proof of this, is the work you are doing and so many others on this forum, great work Geert. :cool::D:P

FaradayEZ

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #176, on December 7th, 2013, 08:51 AM »
Quote from geert8550 on December 7th, 2013, 07:38 AM
FaradayEZ Thanks for the reply. It is indeed a search for the correct proportions, but we are already busy with it. Soon I can fully test various combinations of our study. hopefully we can soon show how we open a plasma for the first time to the world by open source and that the theory of Kesche is reality. I also want to prove that less educated people also are capable of doing great things.
Well here is my latest video report.
Hi Geert, good measurements and blocking interference around it, or calculating with it indeed needs watching for. Good you get some questions and input on it. Better to take account of it early on. What i thought about also is that if there must be a buildup inside for electrons, how do you ensure that it can't flow away. Have you looked at the grounding of your setup, cause to me it seems it must not be grounded for it to build up a charge inside. Secondly, if a charge is build up, it normally should dispurse on the outside of the ballfixture, like with the ballcapacitors that Tesla worked with. If that is the case, there should be an electric field between the ball and the ground. Maybe you could use this beside the magnetisme detector, to see if there is a buildup of a electric field, by voltage difference maybe?

Anyhow, to get the proportions right by trial and error is for now maybe the way to go, and nothing wrong with it, as long as you are convinced you are taking honest measurements and incorporating the noise factors.

So rock on dude ;)



Antigraviticsystems1

RE: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #177, on January 6th, 2014, 04:10 PM »
In these type of reactor to imitate the convection condition of the earth outer core, which is in reality, is the
need for charge particle to be in motion in a metallic environment, the circulation of charged particle in the metallic
material can be easily achieved, by feed of charge particles from the plasma from the caroline core through special
borehole, that high energy protons is feed as the ingredient for the rotation of and heating of the material into the outer
core material.
[1026] Charge practical within this environment, where the energy of the protons is large enough to allow them to float
in the matter in this level. But they do not enough energy to cause ionisation or photon release. Thus for the choice of
the material for the outer core. This point has to be taken in to consideration. Therefore even inert gases which can
satisfy this criterion can be used in the outer core. Where the charged partials induced in to this core will maintain the
magnetic field and the current due to the convection of the gases on their own, where the gas in this level will become
a physical catalyst for the creation of magnetic field and not a chemical catalyst.
[1027] The proton balance in each core plus the speed of the rotation of the plasma will dictate the strength of the
magnetic field of the inner core..............................................if you have read it correctly ... plasma rotation is needed, do not confuse the word plasma Keshe attributed to the name of the entity.

geert8550

Re: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #178, on March 21st, 2014, 01:16 AM »
Hello guys and dolls

I was absent for a while because it can not login to this forum. I was very busy the last few months and did not think to solve this problem. In any case, you can just watch the videos of the latest progress of the project. I think next week to test run. I'm like you, wondering what the outcome will give. The linking of the videos will be posted back here or subscribe to my youtube channel. Share videos please. The technology is real and should be reflected in the media, which until now always locked. If my experiments succeed a revolution will break loose and I want as many people to see this.
Vranckx Geert YouTube channel


Geert

Gunther Rattay

Re: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #179, on March 21st, 2014, 02:14 AM »
Good luck Geert.

Would be party time if you can produce the effect Keshe is talking about.

Kudos for your ongoing investment and good work!

Lynx

Re: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #180, on March 21st, 2014, 04:00 AM »
Hey Geert, welcome back :-)
Good to see that the Keshe thing is alive and well, best of luck to you :thumbsup:

Jeff Nading

Re: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #181, on March 21st, 2014, 03:41 PM »
Glad you were able to log in again Geert, great progress your making, look forward to your success. :cool:

geert8550

Re: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #182, on March 21st, 2014, 11:00 PM »
thanks guys, Monday wordtde sphere mounted back. Then a further 48 hours under high vacuum condition. Then rinse again 48 hours with hydrogen there. Then he is ready to make the first test run. Hopefully, then, i can open a plasma.
Re: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #183, on April 3rd, 2014, 02:07 PM »
Saturday is a big day; the first complete test run of the reactor.
Listen to the part of 30 seconds of the recording from 9:00 min.

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Lynx

Re: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #184, on April 3rd, 2014, 11:18 PM »
So you're actually meeting up with Keshe?
Most interesting.

Faisca

Re: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #185, on April 10th, 2014, 02:50 PM »
Quote from geert8550 on March 21st, 2014, 11:00 PM
thanks guys, Monday wordtde sphere mounted back. Then a further 48 hours under high vacuum condition. Then rinse again 48 hours with hydrogen there. Then he is ready to make the first test run. Hopefully, then, i can open a plasma.
The hydrogen gas to be ionized, which you will use for this?
Some radioactive material?

haiqu

Re: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #186, on April 15th, 2014, 11:35 PM »
Quote from geert8550 on April 3rd, 2014, 02:07 PM
Saturday is a big day; the first complete test run of the reactor.
Listen to the part of 30 seconds of the recording from 9:00 min.

part of the 5th knowledge seekers workshop
This link just took me to the OneDrive signup page. Don't use Microsoft crap.

Lynx

Re: Understand how the Keshe reactor can be reconstructed
« Reply #187, on April 16th, 2014, 12:50 AM »Last edited on April 16th, 2014, 12:52 AM
Quote from geert8550 on April 3rd, 2014, 02:07 PM
Saturday is a big day; the first complete test run of the reactor.
Listen to the part of 30 seconds of the recording from 9:00 min.

part of the 5th knowledge seekers workshop
Hi Geert.
So how did the test run go then?