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Old 02-18-2018, 03:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Turion View Post
Can you get a gain from an inductive spike?
Can you get a gain from a transient spike?
Can you get a gain from the change in flux from a magnetic field if you do NOT "pay" for the change?
Can electrical energy be trapped or stored in a coil?


In other words, if YOU charge a coil with electricity, can you set it on the shelf, and then go back days or YEARS later and harvest that electricity from the coil to do work, like lighting up a lightbulb?
If you know how to do that, I believe you MIGHT be on the right right path to using electrical energy to create MORE energy.

I would like to hear thoughts on this. Can this be done? Can YOU do it, and if so, how?

Let's hear it.

P.S. If I didn't think it could be done, I wouldn't be wasting your time, but wanted to here the pros AND cons to see what people think and what is limiting our understanding of how electricity works. I have been saying for ten years that our understanding of HOW electricity works is FUNDAMENTALLY incorrect, and this is just another example of how and why. If there is interest in going down this road, I have a basic prototype I am willing to share. After that it is up to you. I have other irons in the fire, but I BELIEVE this road is well worth traveling.



Dave
I don't know how to do it but I sure would like to.
Not sure if it is the same idea you've come up with, however, i do remember seeing a video of a guy who made a claim, he had a U shaped core with a coil on it, he had a metal bar across the ends. Claimed it hung in his garage for two years and when he took the bar off the coil, lit up an led for a short time.
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