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Old 05-30-2017, 01:59 AM
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Infinity Mirrors Escalate Surges in LTSpice

I managed to get LTSpice to surge its output towards infinity, but only by using either 'modified trap' or 'trapezoidal' approximations. If I used 'Gear' method for approximating the results, then the simulation lost all of its luster. Or if I used LTSpice's 'alternate' method for sparsing its data, then the results were the same as not using any variety of trapezoidal approximation methods. Or if I removed one of the two central capacitors from between the two bookend transformers, then the results were a different waveform, but the intensity of output flat lined just like taking the more conventional approaches listed above.

This doesn't mean I'm a failure at getting LTSpice to exhibit free energy since I learned along the way that the persistent desire to use these alternatives removes free energy surges from our consciousness as a social convention -- not because we have to.

What's a perfect example of free energy surges? Infinity mirrors -- a pair of parallel mirrors setup on opposite sides of a room, and with adequate lighting, you get something similar to what I'm trying to convince people can occur in electrodynamics as well as in the field of optics. The important distinction is the additional phase conjugation due to the two bookend transformers insuring that the intensity does not diminish over time. So, this is not exactly like infinity mirrors. But they come pretty close to exhibiting this style of electrodynamic behavior in their own way.

The physics behind infinity mirrors tells us that Gabriel's Horn is at work, here. And Gabriel's Horn looks a lot like the Cornucopia Horn of Plenty ...


... one of the four pillars of the Aquarian, Age of Enlightenment: the other three pillars being Peace, Inner Guidance and Cosmic Mind according to Charlie Lutes whom I like to quote as often as possible seeing as how he figured so much in my adolescent training.


The properties of a phase conjugate waveform - up close and personal!


This is what happens if an integration method other than some form of 'trapezoidal' is used to compute the data points which go to make up the oscilloscope plot, namely: the 'Gear' method ...


Gear Integration Method

The following graphic shows the difference between using merely one central capacitor versus two. This is very similar to having only one mirror versus two facing each other on opposite sides of a room creating the phenomena known as 'Infinity Mirrors' just as these two central capacitors face each other on opposite sides between two bookend transformers in the center of the circuit ...


Infinite Reflection vs NOT

This is the power supply plus its load minus the amplifying circuit ...


The circuit for this blog ...
https://is.gd/spicy_surge

Very short duration to see the waveform up close and personal ...
https://is.gd/phasecon
https://is.gd/phase_conjugate_waveform

Infinite reflection vs NOT ...
https://is.gd/short_surge
https://is.gd/missing1cap

https://is.gd/power_supply

Why do people take a dim view of my simulations exhibiting escalation towards infinity? Because of 'roundoff error' or, they fault the capacitor or transformer model as being unrealistic due to numerical oscillations.

Yet, in each of these cases, no error has occurred. Merely, their expectations have been tarnished since they were never taught in electrical engineering school who Steinmetz was nor the apparent value which I see in studying, managing and harnessing electrical surges.

This is the simulator used in the examples, above ...
http://www.linear.com/solutions/LTspice

a YouTube video

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Postscript --
This topic is getting very interesting ...
https://forum.allaboutcircuits.com/t.../#post-1130761

In answer to a fellow YouTuber ...
Does "Free Energy" exist?
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