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Current does not maintain itself along a series circuit as evidenced by Eric's video.

Originally Posted by ricards View Post
This is old video but a bit related,

those light bulb are wired the same as you have wired those inductors, I've figured I could go as much as power more and more light bulbs but it will get dimmer and dimmer as I add more, ...
Obviously a TEM arrangement. Not the same as mine.

Originally Posted by ricards View Post
...very simple because they are now wires in series, I tried to put inductors along the circuit and found that to be beneficial, put transformers and manage to light bulbs while having output...
then I got excited and tried to loop it back to the source to try to maintain the "Energy" while powering the load..
nothing can be further from the truth..
as soon as I rectify the output and dump it into the cap threw it back into the source, I've got reduced amp draw, when I try to switch the source it slowly dies.. ok that's that...

but what about the gain?.. well I have more light.. and an output while having light.. instead of just a single bright light.. a bit lousy reasoning but that is how I understood it, and I didn't bother to accurately measure..

going back to "infinite watts" circuit.. let say you manage to get a "gain" from that circuit.. the backemf / lenz law increased the current all throughout the circuit... EVEN AT THE PRIMARY COIL CONNECTED TO THE 60hz GRID.. now what would be the limit of the current?... I would say it will depend on that inductor with the "Infinity" symbol... since it has no load it serves as a ballast.. since all your transformers have lenz effect in them cancelling the magnetic fields and increasing the current..

phase conjugation do exist.. but still, your circuit (inductor-Cap-Inductor-Cap loop), connection is a series one... series circuits have same current flowing in it.. the current that will induce the 3rd stage and 4th,5th and so on will be the same as the current in the first stage (ideal components)... sad to say, but in reality there are still loses..
Series circuits is not relevant. What's relevant is: "Does the circuit in question exhibit the predominant character of a TEM arrangement or an LMD? This will determine the outcome.

Originally Posted by ricards View Post
the circuit might say an infinite current will build-up at the last coil.. but that's just not happening. at least in my circuits. it could have been better If it were powering loads at each stage. instead of just running transformers only.. It could have atleast show some gain.. but currently no..

the theory is interesting but.
I think the simulator is not compliant to reality.
The simulation is compliant to Eric's demonstration caught on video tape by Peter....

Current does not maintain itself down the length of a TEM or an LMD as is demonstrated by Eric's heat measurements of the coils and capacitors in his experiment using his hands for sensors...

That's the fact. Now for my speculation derived from Eric quoting Tesla's claim that Tesla achieved 50 times faster than the speed of light with his LMD experiments. I suspect this occurred when Tesla bounced an LMD wave off the moon. It's entire trip was much longer than that traveled by the LMD waves in Eric's experiment. Eric merely achieved one half pi times the speed of light: an acceleration of about 57% faster. Since I further speculate that LMD waves behave the opposite of TEM waves, then this explains how Tesla achieved such a miraculous feat. What is this difference between LMDs and TEMs?

LMDs speed up as they travel through a compressed medium or through a vacuum since both mediums offer LMDs the same characteristic behavior: they allow shock waves to travel through them and an LMD is a shock wave, not a ripple wave such as a TEM.

Of course, TEMs slow down as they travel through a lengthening of their medium of a conductive pathway.

The mystery of accelerating current is to first accelerate an LMD by reducing capacitance to ridiculous levels (in proportion to the level of inductance of an LMD's coils).

This reduction of capacitance will pragmatically require a greater distance for an LMD to travel through the dielectric of a capacitor relative to its surface area. This increased distance will accelerate an LMD.

Furthermore, Newton's Cradle is a mechanical analog to how longitudinal waves actively translate into transverse waves.

The stationary spheres in the center are passing longitudinal shock waves through them just as Tesla passed the same type of waves through bedrock emanating out of Wardenclyffe and also through the medium of empty space en route to the moon and back.

The moving spheres on either end are exhibiting transverse wave behavior in as much as they will be the cause of this toy slowing down and eventually coming to a complete stop due to thermodynamic losses.

The boundary between the moving spheres and the stationary spheres is analogous to the boundary between the dielectric and the conductive plates on either side of the dielectric material in a capacitor.

But for anyone who wants the complicated stuff, see pg. 9 and continuing of...

"...the smaller the space (the more counterspace) the more Dielectricity that can be stored..." - from pg. 14, 4.
Hence, the increase of space across the dielectric of a capacitor is also the decrease of counterspace and the acceleration of a longitudinal wave passing through it.

Since space is the inverse relation to counterspace, the more the space the less the counterspace and vice versa.

The less the counterspace, the less is the transit time for a longitudinal wave passing through both despite the increase of space.

Space and counterspace are directly proportional for the inductance of a coil (resistors, such as lamps, notwithstanding). This has the effect of increasing resistance and dissipation (as heat) for the transverse wave within a coil whose wire has been lengthened.

Space and counterspace are inversely proportional for the dielectric of a capacitor. This has the effect of decreasing transit time in counterspace and accelerating the rate of motion in space of a longitudinal wave when the span across the dielectric is increased.

Eric says it best...


It's amazing that I came up with the premise to this video seemingly on my own inspiration when in reality Eric Dollard had already talked about this....

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