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    Last edited by String Theory; 03-31-2020, 05:44 PM.

  • #2
    Originally posted by String Theory View Post
    Hi

    Details of my first open energy system !!

    How :

    Make a double helix out of the two wires from AA battery !!

    It started with 1.550 mV and after 21 hours it had increased to 1.571 mV !!

    Image of the experiment setup attached.

    Control experiment had no double helix wire and no increase of energy !!
    Hi!
    can you give more detail of your setup please?
    Thank you!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by String Theory
      Check out the first message of the thread for a detailed image
      of my open energy system !!
      Ok thank's!

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      • #4
        ..... Batteries again. . . . . . . Dependent from room environment or space. That is the question!? . . . See "3 Battery Generating System" or similar threads.

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        • #5
          What we need is a clear understanding of the size, no of turns, wire etc of the coil.

          The circuit does not have a load (apart from the meter). Don't forget that voltage is not power or energy.

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          • #6
            I like first experiments

            some antennas are rated in dB better yet dBm
            the logarithmic scale used because EM spectrum is enormous.
            https://youtu.be/1mulRI-EZ80?t=188
            and can be scaled for higher frequencies
            arranged in fractals even down to a crystal matrix.
            an ultra wide band design can be used.
            here are some designs were a lot of patch antennas will give a large dBm :
            14dbi 18dbi and 20.5dbi pcb panel wifi antenna for 2.4ghz and 23dbi for 5ghz band estqwerty's DigDice diy wifi antennas
            Last edited by mikrovolt; 08-19-2017, 07:09 AM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by String Theory View Post
              Hi

              Thread Closed !!
              ?? Not much to report??

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