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  • Aaron
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    vid 2 cig

    [VIDEO]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Bl99ZCQx0g[/VIDEO]

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  • Aaron
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    vid 1 cig

    [VIDEO]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uYt8e5eTgY[/VIDEO]

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  • Aaron
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    vid prob?

    Neither of the videos seem to play.

    edit - ok, the embed option requires the full domain like: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Bl99ZCQx0g
    The abbreviated youtu.be versions won't work. I embedded these into my next 2 posts.
    Last edited by Aaron; 06-24-2018, 12:39 AM.

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  • Macak
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    Cosmic Induction Generator

    Some recent works with resonant transformers built for Eric's Cosmic Induction Generator.

    First series: The center field between the two conjugate wound transformer secondaries is AM modulated, exposed to a burnt out 500 watt bulb creating the Aurora plasma mist. About 150 watts excitation at 1900 kHz.

    Second series: Single transformer, AM modulated musical plasma discharge. Bach on a spark. Description below.

    Macak is back!


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    [VIDEO]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uYt8e5eTgY[/VIDEO]


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    Video below: Music from a plasma discharge. There is NO speaker in this video projecting the sound. The sound is being projected from the plasma arc discharge displacing the air as it pulsates to the audio frequiencies. The arc is being generated by an amplitude modulated radio frequency signal (1900KHZ) from a radio transmitter at a power level of approximently 400 watts. The device shown creating the arc is a quarter wave resonant transformer (Telsa Coil) in telluric mode with the lower terminal of the transformer's secondary connected to earth. Design form factor is by Eric Dollard N6KPH and proportioned and fabricated by Bruce Gavin KD1MW.
    Recording of video and audio was done with a Canon EOS M camera. Only the built in microphone of the camera was used to record the sound. Note the sharp pointed tips from the plasma brush discharge when the camera finally focuses. This is an organic shape that can be found in many natural conditions. Audio chain was limited to just the narrow bandwidth of the Yaesu FT990's AM passband. The bright light that appeared for a moment was a small florescent tube reacting to the high magneto dielectric field surrounding the plasma discharge.

    [VIDEO]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Bl99ZCQx0g[/VIDEO]
    Last edited by Macak; 06-24-2018, 03:48 PM.

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  • Marcus Neuhof
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    Adrian, that's a beautiful lab setup and though I have only started reading the writeups your experiments look fascinating.

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  • aminnovations
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    Sharing my work - new website

    Hi,

    I am very happy to be attending the 2018 conference! I have wanted to attend for many years but there have always been other responsibilities calling on my time. Finally I am able to come and looking forward to meeting everyone, all the discussions, and presentations.

    I have also at last started to write-up some of my own work in a blog website. It is just the beginning, and a lot of material and experiments yet to be added, but it is work in progress, and good to finally be sharing my own work.

    For those interested the link is:
    AMInnovations | Research into the displacement and transference of electric power

    73,
    Adrian

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  • Aaron
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    Live call with Eric Dollard

    LIVE CONFERENCE CALL WITH ERIC DOLLARD - FREE TO JOIN - TOMORROW FEB 18 SUNDAY, 11AM PACIFIC STANDARD TIME.

    We'll make announcements, Eric will share what he has been working on lately and we'll open up for questions about anything he has written or presented on.

    Conference Dial-in: 1-857-232-0155
    Conference Code: 582590

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  • David G Dawson
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    Tesla Magnifying Transmitter

    Tesla Magnifying Transmitter:
    If anyone is having difficulty in understanding either Eric or Tesla himself, this article may help as it describes all in a lay manner:

    https://steemkr.com/life/@alkemix/di...rluminal-power

    Page 8 is particularly helpful.
    Describing the difference between Magnetism and Dielectricty and in such that between TEM and LMD.

    Have built two 12au7a amplifiers for the 120 degree phase shift required for the rotating field for the Tetrahedral Energy Generator (TEG) and hope to get fully back into the Lab shortly.
    The amplifiers are a Pulse Amp plus delay multivibrator and gives a variable delay from 3 to 300 microseconds and ideal for the 120 degree phase shift required.
    This is what 'Bruce TPU' was seeking but probably never realised.
    Has taken me 3 years to get to this point and was going to use the AD-YU Radar variable delays but feel this the better option.
    All the Best.

    Smokey

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  • David G Dawson
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    Earthquakes

    Earthquakes:
    Quote:
    Is California about to be hit by the ‘Big One?’ Fears of a massive quake are rising after 134 mini-tremors rattled the San Andreas fault area just this past week.

    Thomas Jordan, the director of the Southern California Service Center is stating that “Any time there is significant seismic activity in the vicinity of the San Andreas fault, we seismologists get nervous.”

    Seventeen of the earthquakes were stronger than a 2.5, six of them were stronger than a 3.0, and the largest quake was a magnitude 4.6.

    Any comments from Eric at this point?
    I am assuming he is listening to what is going on here on his 'wires'.

    The Cosmic Ray Detector (CRD) is not hearing anything out of the ordinary but is most difficult to monitor and requires a digital recording input which I can set up here but just too busy with the Tubes and making rain.

    Smokey

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  • David G Dawson
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    Vacuum Tubes

    Hello Eric and Aaron,
    Only now appreciating what you had passed on with respect to the vacuum tunes.
    Have spent that time in reviewing pulse techniques for my 'Energy Synthesis' device and now makes perfect sense what you had written:



    I was perhaps the only one to benefit from that information but surely do appreciate as I was the only one I know of that had built most of your tube designs.
    You gave information that others would not appreciate as it is an entirely different world working with the tubes and the aether.
    Will advise as we progress as I have been absent from the bench just like you and finally getting back to where we belong.
    All the Best.

    Smokey

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  • t-rex
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    Pulse Width Conversion

    Originally posted by Ajay View Post
    Hey Aaron,
    Input to the LMD circuit was 10v peak to peak square wave at 50% duty cycle.
    The output pulse width was about .5ms. The pulse width remained constant as higher frequencies were reached, but the pulse repetition rate and spectral density increased.
    The inductance and capacitance values were within very tight margins of each other (+- 5% max).

    I was pretty bummed because I have made several attempts to recreate this circuit and I couldn't seem to get one wire transmission or any other Tesla coil effects. I tried using multiple types of amps, with and without resistors (to meet impedance requirements for the amps), and it didn't produce the expected results either.

    Any insight from Eric would be awesome.
    Thanks!
    Ajay
    Ajay I need to know what the input pulse width vs output pulse width is. In other words, the rectangle in vs the impulse out. Since I go back into the bush soon, mail it to Lone Pine with details. The extra ordinary effect you seek are only exhibited in my composite Alexanderson Network with interdependent TEM & LMD propagations. I gave a short description of it in my " Multiple Co-ordinate Systems " presentation.73 DE N6KPH

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  • Ajay
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    Originally posted by t-rex View Post
    Can you provide more info on the pulse widths and time data? Any more info would be useful. Thanks.

    Aaron posting for Eric.
    Hey Aaron,
    Input to the LMD circuit was 10v peak to peak square wave at 50% duty cycle.
    The output pulse width was about .5ms. The pulse width remained constant as higher frequencies were reached, but the pulse repetition rate and spectral density increased.
    The inductance and capacitance values were within very tight margins of each other (+- 5% max).

    I was pretty bummed because I have made several attempts to recreate this circuit and I couldn't seem to get one wire transmission or any other Tesla coil effects. I tried using multiple types of amps, with and without resistors (to meet impedance requirements for the amps), and it didn't produce the expected results either.

    Any insight from Eric would be awesome.
    Thanks!
    Ajay
    Last edited by Ajay; 09-20-2017, 03:04 AM.

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  • t-rex
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    Taking it to the next level

















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  • t-rex
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    more info please

    Originally posted by Ajay View Post
    Hello again,
    Got some interesting oscilloscope snapshots of the LMD network in action.
    Input was a square wave, 10v peak to peak.
    I would love some insight on what I am seeing.

    It is interesting to note that the incredibly sharp transient spikes with an alternating +/- bias very closely resembles a hairpin circuit simulation in the Spice program (can be seen in the video "Tesla Hairpin Replication - Circuit Analysis 2" on youtube). It makes sense why Eric said this would be a good driver for Tesla coils.

    The output seemed to always be a train of high energy impulses, regardless of frequency. As the frequency increased, however, denser spectrums and higher levels of harmonics were seen. This network seems to be a good way to make a waveform generator act like a spark gap. Too bad you have to make your own equipment to test the circuit at higher wattage input. My network is beyond the range of most amps.

    Snapshots:
    Can you provide more info on the pulse widths and time data? Any more info would be useful. Thanks.

    Aaron posting for Eric.

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  • vrand
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    Originally posted by t-rex View Post
    The location of the grounding was at our "Camp David" facility at Bolinas, CA. Commonweal had it destroyed, just like Landers. The layout was a multiple star configuration, which radiated out from a common buss of 1 inch copper tubing. See the Bolinas "Barbara Boxer Report" for photos of Camp David.

    I have a hard time believing that Brazil thing. Show me photos of the Kilowatt meter turning?

    73 de n6kph
    Hi Eric.
    Thank you for the info on Bolinas, California radio site.

    For grounding designs I looked at the Military Handbook, MIL-HDBK-419A, 29 DECEMBER 1987
    MILITARY HANDBOOK
    GROUNDING, BONDING, AND SHIELDING FOR ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS AND FACILITIES
    VOLUME 1 OF 2 VOLUMES
    BASIC THEORY


    PDF Link:
    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...bPeY0-jZllr8Ew

    And they talked about the Star configuration as follows:

    2.5 TYPES OF EARTH ELECTRODE SUBSYSTEMS.

    2.5.3 Buried Horizontal Conductors.
    Where bedrock is near the surface of the earth, the use of driven rods is
    unpractical. In such cases, horizontal strips of metal, solid wires, or stranded cables buried 0.48 to 0.86 meters
    (18 to 36 inches) deep may be used effectively. With long strips, reactance increases as a factor of the length
    with a consequent increase in impedance. A low impedance is desirable for minimizing lightning surge voltages.
    Therefore, several wires, strips, or cables arranged in a star pattern, with the facility at the center, is
    preferable to one long length of conductor.
    1.10.1 Earth Connection. A radial, or star, configuration is preferred to other types of earth electrode
    subsystems because of its lower impulse impedance (see Volume I, Section 2.6.3). Where ENIP protection is to
    be provided in addition to conventional signal and safety protection, supplemental radials may be added to the
    conventional system.
    2.6.3 Transient Impedance of Electrodes. The expressions given for electrode resistance assume perfect
    conductivity for the conductors of an electrode. Such an assumption introduces very little error in the
    calculation of the electrode dc resistance, but if the electrode must dissipate the impulsive energy of a
    lightning stroke, its impedance as a function of time must be considered. When a single star electrode,
    containing 305 meters (1000 feet) of conductor, is subjected to a surge of lightning current, the initial value of
    its effective impedance is about ten times the dc resistance (2-11). This initial value is termed the surge
    impedance. As the wave of energy propagates through the electrode system, more and more of the wire of the
    electrode makes effective contact between the propagating energy and the medium which dissipates the energy.
    It is clear that a given length of wire will couple lightning energy more efficiently into the earth if the
    electrode is in the form of a star than if it were a single conductor.
    This is illustrated in Figure 2-13 where it
    is indicated that as the energy surges down an electrode (at a velocity in the neighborhood of 100 meters (333
    feet) per microsecond), the transient impedance of the electrode decreases and approaches the dc resistance
    value.

    In your 2011 talk to the Santa Barbara Amateur Ham Radio audience presentation, titled, Eric Dollard - Longitudinal Energy (Scalar Waves - Mutual Induction - Wireless Transmission of DC)

    Video Link:
    Youtube video.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kH3ETTd6bPI

    You talked about shortening the 40 & 80 meter antenna by winding it into a coil, so for 1 amp into the coil, 400-500 amps of current circulation into the ground.

    You talked about the need for an extremely low ground impedance of 0.1 to 0.01 ohm to accomplish this transmission.

    At the 38 min mark you talked about the 24 ground rods into the salt marsh at San Andreas, San Gregorio, and a third unnamed fault all converging. And 500 feet of silicon bronze wire all connected to a massive copper bus for transmitting from Los Angeles to San Francisco without an antenna.

    In the Mil 419 Handbook they designed to 10 ohm, and the NEC only requires a maximum of 25 ohm ground impedance.

    I was interested in your 24 ground rods and 500 feet of silicon wire design if you could elaborate on it.

    Did the ground rods form a circle, or radiated out from a central point? Did you then add horizontal radial silicon bronze radiating out from the ground rods? Was the wire buried? Wire gauge? Bus size? How you achieved 0.1 ohm ground impedance?

    Thanks

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