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Electrical Immortality Defines Free Energy, pt. 2

Energy cannot be created nor destroyed. Who says energy is not immortal?

An Intuitive Explanation of Phase Conjugation
An Intuitive Explanation of Phase Conjugation

These presentations are predicated on these simple experiments ...

... which exhibits discontinuity by splitting waves by way of reflection and transmittance using very low-level capacitors, then accelerating these shortened wave lengths by way of inductance, and adding surges via mechanical switching within the following simulations ...

... loaded into this simulator ...

These surges add an element of randomness rendering the overall electrical picture into a sea of controlled chaos.

Immortality is a function of frequency. Energy is the benefit of life. Mortality from lack of energy does not negate frequency. Rather, it is the other way around: a lowered frequency hastens the death of a circuit by reduction of its energy, because frequency equals energy. The higher the frequency, the more energy a wave contains. The lower the frequency, the less energy a wave contains. By raising frequency, each wave packs more energy at the expense of speed (also known as: amperage). That's where the two transformers enter the picture in these simulations. They re-accelerate sluggish waves which have been split by low-level capacitors of one pico Farad, or less, exercising the principle of Discontinuity of transmission lines (look it up on Wikipedia) ...

What's the value of chaos? A tank circuit has a predetermined point at which it will run itself down, because the waves are all uniform and predictable as to what they will do next. Predictable waves have phase relations which are uniform, thus limiting their split clones into exclusively discrete, shorter wave lengths rather than a multitude of possible lengths as the result of chaotic surges. So long as all waves are harmonics (even divisors or even multiples) of each other, so long can these simulations either run themselves up to a meltdown, or just as easily lose all of their momentum to internal resistance and satisfy the Conservation Law of Thermodynamics by running themselves down to zero. But with the help of surges, chaos insures the existence of discrete plateaus at which these simulations can hang out at should the operator guide them there ...

... thus immortalizing these simulations to last forever and avoid either meltdown or rundown resulting from over-abundance or depletion of energy! Although surges are by their very nature chaotic, the reaction (on the part of electrical dynamics to the presence of surging chaos) is to respond with discrete plateaus at which energy can either gradually dissipate or gradually increase. These plateaus could be considered phase transitions in which the tendency for energy values to rapidly change (either up or down) is retarded rather than allowed to wildly fluctuate. This allows a little breathing room in which the operator can take a break. For without these plateaus, these simulations tend to alter their output rather quickly - too quickly to manage without the help of chaos retarding their acceleration to spontaneous combustion.

Ultimately, it is time which determines energy. For it is frequency which determines the rate at which a wave of energy will decay to zero. But by constantly adding more waves of shorter wave lengths of mixed polarities using the discontinuity of extremely low-level capacitors of 1pF or less, and by accelerating shortened waves by improving their amperage with a pair of transformers in a closed loop, and by adding surges of chaos, the collective death of all waves within these simulations can be put off, indefinitely.

BTW, the persistent overshoot tendency for these simulations to rise to infinite output (especially, in: is-this-realistic) is accumulative due to the discontinuity resulting from the use of low-level capacitors boxed into a closed loop between two transformers. Conventionally, overshoots would die down. But not here. Each overshoot is layered upon the prior before the prior has a chance to completely decay, thus insuring immortality for the accumulation of overshoots ...

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