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Old 04-02-2012, 11:48 PM
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Originally Posted by lamare View Post
Kind of challenging to get all this straight.

I'll try to answer your questions from what I understand.

First of all, the magnification. As you can see from Dr. Stiffler's experiments and the Joule-thief stuff, it is possible to drain power from the aether.

There have been no remotely conclusive experiments that show it in fact is coming from the ether by anyone.

The way these systems, as well as Tesla's TMT, do this is by means of longitudinal resonance, a resonating current-less electric field or better: standing longitudinal dielectric wave.

Any rod (antenna element) will resonate longitudinally.

So, with these kinds of systems, you can get a power gain, BUT this power is in a shape that it contains no magnetic field.

Nothing conclusive has ever been seen with that respect either. Power gain better entropy management? Everything I have seen has been better entropy management.

And since magnetic fields and currents as we know them go hand in hand, the essential problem with all these systems is how to convert the power we gained in the (di)electric field into usable power.

Yeh especially since the second you want to use it it must become current.

As you can see with the Joulethief stuff, you can easily use the electric field to light a fluorescent, but it is much harder to run a motor on it. I still haven't reached the bottom on this, but my article on Peswiki with the part on Bearden's "don't kill the dipole" goes a long why in explaining why you can get a power gain with these kinds of systems:

Article:Free Electric Energy in Theory and Practice - PESWiki

I will look at that later but I am not a bearden fan but I will look at it.

It comes down to this: when you create a longitudinal resonance in some system, you have to drive it one way or another from a normal power source.


That costs you in terms of energy.


However, when you have a higher order resonance in your system, you have multiple oscillating dipoles, of which (ideally) only one is driven from your power source. The other ones draw their energy from the aether itself and thus come for free.

If that is true then these systems would all explode from overload and yet the exact opposite is happening and they die their slow deaths of entropy.

And it appears that only longitudinal resonance modes are capable of effectively drawing energy from the aether. It appears that longitudinal waves do not easily radiate away into space and loose energy, while EM waves do radiate and leak any power gain that may be present straight out into space. That is why Tesla did not like "Herzian" waves at all...

what exactly is "longitudinal resonance" as you are using it here? what is the media for this resonance exactly?

Now the impedance. When you are using complex mathematics to calculate electric systems, you calculate with impedances. The nice thing about calculating with complex mathematics is that it makes calculations on harmonic systems much easier, because you can calculate with capacitors and inductors almost as if they are frequency dependent resistors.


Now the impedance of a capacitor Zc = 1 / (jw C) -> with j the square root of minus 1 and w the Greek letter omega, 2 times pi times the frequency. And the impedance of an inductor Zl = jw L.

So, if you want a high impedance, you need either a high inductance or a low capacitance.


Now note the word characteristic. That means we are not talking about the impedance of the coil as a whole, but about the distributed impedance. In other words: he is considering the coil in terms of a distributed transmission line. as a whole however, you dont calculate for 1 turn, you calculate the what you want for a resultant coil et al.

All right. Now we are talking about the specific case of having a coil in a longitudinal resonance mode, whereby we design our coil such that transverse waves across it's circumference are suppressed.

do you have a "working" demonstration of this?

Since the longitudinal wave travels along the length of the coil, it does not "see" the inductance of the windings. It propagates from one winding to the next by means of the tiny capacitors that exist between the coil wires.

Naudin illustrated this very nicely:
The L.M.D./T.E.M.Test

Now only in the specific case that the circumference of the coil equals an odd multiple of the transverse wavelength, you get no TEM wave. And THAT is what we need to accomplish with a Tesla coil, or better, the "extra" coil.

So you need each turn to be some odd multiple of fo, again has anyone demonstrated this to be the case?

That in itself would prove LMD.

Now when you look very deeply into what magnetism is, it is a rotational movement of the aether, (or something in the ether that appears to rotate or causes rotation) while dielectricity is a translation, a "straight" displacement, of the aether. (or simply a static potential difference like a battery)

So, anything magnetic HAS to have this rotational movement of the aether, while the propagation of dielectricity moves just straight ahead.

How does dielectricity move without forming current?

How does a current form without an associated magnetic field?

In other words: magnetic stuff takes a detour of netto half a circle (pi*r) while the dielectric moves straight on (2*r). When you divide these, you get the factor pi/2.

That is not going faster than the speed of light but only having another path to follow by mutual inductance conductance insert whatever.

So, when you are talking about longitudinal waves and/or dielectricity, you have to find a way to get rid of the magnetic component. And you can do that with a resonating coil with proper design...

Anytime you have a current you have magnetism, so that does not make sense.

And one of the first things you have to let go is the idea that the inductance or overall self capacitance of a coil is of any use. At frequencies above the self-resonance frequency of a coil, these are totally useless.

At sufficiently high frequencies, it does not even matter how many turns you make on your coil. Then, it appears you can get a long way by mainly considering the geometry of the coil and consider it more like an antenna/wave guide where you match circumference, etc. to the wavelengths you are working with.

It appears that all you need is a correction factor of 0.9 - 0.95 to account for the slower propagation speed of waves trough metal when compared to air / emtpy space.
at some pont it will appear capacitive and just like at some point a 2 inch straight wire will appear inductive.

well there you are, nothing has been done conclusively on any of these matters. everyone stops short. I am guessing those are the experiemntors private findings that they dont want to share with us. Maybe for good reason