Thread: A New Principle
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Old 01-18-2009, 06:26 PM
Peter Lindemann Peter Lindemann is offline
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Originally Posted by mrbreau View Post
If I do the same things the same way and expect different results then that is, by any definition of the word that I am aware of, insanity. And for me to blindly follow where others have gone to get the results others have gotten is just another form of insanity. Yet, that is exactly what Iíve been doing for the last year and a half, practicing one form of insanity or the other. These things are changing!

Yesterday, I was hanging out my wash. (This is my way of combating global warming, if there is such a thing. Since I donít use electric power to dry my clothes it saves fuel. And too, the natural evaporation of the moisture from the clothes is cooling to the surrounding air.) I had a revelation in the process of hanging out my wash to dry.

It occurred to me that there is a BIG DIFFERENCE in allowing the clothes to dry on the line and making the clothes dry in a dryer. And so I realized, for me at least, that what Iíve been doing for so long was to *try* to make things happen. Isnít that the American/human way? And of course, *trying* is not *doing* as far as I can tell. Trying is a vague attempt at doing something without any faith or trust in the outcome.

Let me give you an example of how this principle works in out in everyday experiments. We make a coil of wire and pass it by a magnet to produce electricity. To me, this is drying clothes in a *dryer* and not hanging them on the line. Iím not sure what *hanging them on the line* would be in this instance, some kind of antenna? Or battery? How else would we allow electricity to be useful? Nathan Stubblefield comes to my mind here.

So far as I am aware, any way to capture radiant electricity will not be sufficient to run an electric motor. The one possible exception is EV Gray and his motor. But the principle behind that motor escapes everyone who has tried to duplicate/replicate it. THERE HAS GOT TO BE A FIRST PRINCIPLE!

I have an obsession with principles and have had that obsession for a long time. My definition of a principle is some truth that can be made as large or small as needed and stays the same! For example, two plus two are four. It doesnít make any difference how large or small the *two* is made the answer will ALWAYS be four of like. For example 2000 plus 2000 equal 4000, or, .0002 plus .0002 equal .0004. So, two of anything plus two of the same equal four total.

Now I am on to figuring out how to ALLOW electricity to happen.

Warren
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Dear Warren,

So glad to hear that your "insanity days" are behind you!

You are totally on the right track. There are at least TWO ways (and probably more) to "let electricity happen." The first is an Earth Battery, such as the Nathan Stubblefield cell, and the other is a raised conductor on insulators connected to a capacitor, with the other side of the capacitor connected to a ground plate. The first produces low voltage and the second produces high voltage. The important PRINCIPLE here is that you ask NATURE to provide the VOLTAGE, or as Bearden says "the di-pole" that can't be destroyed!

The TRICK to using these systems for the purpose of generating useful power is the principle of IMPEDANCE MATCHING!

The simplest system, based on the ideas of Stubblefield, that I have come up with is this. The Iron-Copper junction will produce about ONE VOLT in moist earth. This can vary depending on exact placement, but the rule is fairly close. If you bury at least 10 square feet of each metal and connect them to a low leakage capacitor, you will have the beginning of a system. Next, hook a basic "Joule Thief" or "Bedini self-oscillator" circuit to this supply and make sure the system doesn't draw more average current than the system can supply (impedance matching!). The output of the oscillator will raise the voltage above the ONE VOLT source and effectively charge 6 or 12 volt cells.

This is EXACTLY what Nathan Stubblefield used his system for... to charge lead acid batteries!

If you need more power, put more metal in the ground and build a bigger oscillator.

This low voltage system is "safe" for most people to experiment with. The high voltage method can be produce LETHAL voltages and should only be attempted with extreme caution!

So, as you can see, Warren, you had already figured it out!

Also, for motors that run on "Radiant Energy" (which is really just pulsed electrostatics), take a look in this file from Rex Research.

Electrostatic Motors & Generators -- Patents List & 6 Articles

Peter
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