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Old 11-29-2018, 01:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Elcheapo View Post

All I'm saying is that resonant circuits are the most practical and efficient way of obtaining the HV that we need.

Everyone has a different idea as to how this system is supposed to work.
Hi El,

Let me give you DS references that changed my opinion, because like you I believed the key was resonant L1/L2.

Look at this well used Don Smith schematic (See Attachment).

Take Note of this:

"3. High Voltage Module. Constituting the L-1 and L-2 coils."

Postulation: We already have the provided excitation to HV. Your need for additional resonant coils are included in this schematic as L3 and L4; Listed as 6 and 7 respectively.

Which amazingly enough.... is thrown off the chuck wagon by this Don Smith reference to the schematic.

Don Smith: Bruce, Wipe out 6, 7 and 8 and connect the diode bridge where #6 was. Number one is a tritium battery with half life of 11 years, small size. The output appears to be pulsating DC but is actually high frequency which explains the ill matched light bulbs. Regards, DS
Conclusion: You don't need an L1/L2 Tesla coil to make a Don Smith device. He shows us by making devices devoid of them. He tells us to remove them and you'll still have what you need.

What that something is, whether it's neutrinos, or pixie dust... I can't say.

The 1994 lecture was very telling, as he also says he doesn't need a spark gap, to force resonance.
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