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Old 07-09-2016, 04:04 AM
Bob Smith Bob Smith is offline
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The Single Wire Power (SWP) effect is one means to tapping an endless reservoir of ambient electrical charge that can do real work. Lets try to rein in things to keep that our focus.

As I see it, one of the most important elements of the SWP effect consists in creating a wide window of potential difference within a circuit. This window, when activated in pulsed fashion, stresses the aether and causes the aether/ambient to respond with a charge to restore equilibrium.

One example (taken from the work of Don Smith): If we look at a capacitor, we encounter a window of potential difference between the input and output sides. If we pulse the input side with a high enough charge, the dielectric will respond by supplying a charge to the output side.

I'll leave it there for tonight.
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