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So, every pulse creates not only magnetism and heat in the coils, but, as the pulse collapses the BEMF is re-routed back across the "filter capacitor" for an increase in voltage, if only for a moment.

You need to realize something common about many OU devices..."Resistance"
The "negative energy", "Orgone", "Pure Voltage/Poynting Flow"...whatever you wanna call it, increases power with higher resistance loads.

Things like gas discharges, avalanching energy cascades, spark gaps, mechanical switches, extreme gradient shifts, and high speed collisions (atomic scale) will prove to be most promising when trying to achieve COP>1
The capacitor recycling method works and is similar to what I did here to
keep this oscillator self running. I initially charge the front side cap (instead
of having a battery). Then I remove the charge, and it keeps going. I do
have a simple earth ground rod that I'm using and it keeps all the pressures
balanced. Input goes down, then climbs up to a happy medium and stays
there.
YouTube - Self Running Bedini Oscillator
I tried it with this heater circuit with mixed results. There are really a lot
of possibilities of using capacitors in this circuit. But if the front side power
supply sees the recovery capacitor, then the recovery will be sabotaged.

With capacitance discharges. If you connect the positive and dump the
cap by switching the negative side and have increased resistance there
at the negative point, you will amplify the negative energy. With positive
connected, the destination ALREADY has the positive potential sitting it in
and doesn't have to get there. So it is just an extension of the diode that
the cap is acting like. The e-amp effect seems to be very real because I
always had stronger battery charging effect by switching on the negative
with the inverted circuits and having a resistor there at that point.
I see that it is completely true that a positive potential is dissipated by
resistance but a negative potential is amplified by resistance. The
experiments show this to be the most likely case every single time.

The link I put in this post is a great walk through for anyone for ionization
by collision.
http://www.energeticforum.com/35655-post61.html
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Guys - am doing some shameless spamming here but I think Fuzzy' publication merits it and I'd quite like this on each page - until Fuzzy withdraws it - as required.

Open Source Evaluation of Power Transients Generated to Improve Performance Coefficient of Resistive Heating Systems


Thank you Fuzzy, Harvey, Andrew, Donny, Steve and last but by no means least Ashtweth - FOR ALL THIS HARD WORK.

It seems scribd.com has been filtered out by our govt and I can't get this paper. Could someboy upload it into the forum also? Thanks!
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It is still up there on scribd for download. It is also in this forum - check my posts about a week ago or maybe more. Not too long ago.
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Hi Mike,

I've seen this type of rash in more than one case. In one case an associate was measuring temperatures of compost and exposed his skin to it inadvertently. His rash itched and was sore and was a bacterial attack. The other case I have seen relates to radiation poisoning. The crusted pockets are similar to those I have seen caused by an X-Ray machine malfunction. The red blotches are reminiscent of the rashes caused by fallout as seen on fishermen who came in from the Sea after the attack on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. So, they could be RF burns.

They could also be a form of shingles. A latent manifestation of the chickenpox caused by the Varicella-Zoster Virus which I have been told is quite painful.

What ever the case, I hope you exercise caution and get a definitive conclusion from your doctor. You may want to get a microwave leak detector and keep it nearby if you intend to continue testing without an answer.

Health first, research second.

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Hi lanenal,

Here is the link Aaron has set up for a additional location for the IEEE paper "Open Source Evaluation of Power Transients Generated to Improve Performance Coefficient of Resistive Heating Systems" that was submitted for a possible publication.


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It is still up there on scribd for download. It is also in this forum - check my posts about a week ago or maybe more. Not too long ago.
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PDF http://www.feelthevibe.com/free_ener...ourcepaper.pdf

DOC http://www.feelthevibe.com/free_ener...ourcepaper.doc

"This work has been submitted to the IEEE for possible publication. Copyright may be transferred without notice, after which this version may no longer be accessible."


It's required by ..... http://www.ieee.org/web/publications.../policies.html

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Wow! Just completed reading all 3305 posts. Better tnen a Tom Clancy novel. Congratulations to Rosemary,Fuzzy, Harvey and everyone else who contributed. I can see the movie now....Meryl Streep as Rosemary, Robert Redford as Harvey and David McCallum as Fuzzy.....

Harvey: Since resonance is such a big factor of Rosemary's circuit, have you looked at Don Smith's circuit for scaling up (P. Kelly - Free Energy Guide Chapter 3 page 45 - released for anyone to duplicat)? He claims over 100KW from a $200 circuit using hardly anything for input.

Edit: Maybe $500..
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Good job reading the thread!

I'm thinking the movie should maybe be more along the lines of "Laurence of Arabia", a historical account & epic. "Rosemary of South Africa" ; with David Lean as the director.. A story detailing her taking on the entire corrupt "Ottoman Empire" of the mainstream scientific community, with only her trusty band of ruffians and a couple weapons of "mass paradigm destruction" from Tektronix

Too bad Sidney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre passed on years ago, they could represent the forum "skeptics" in the piece, hehehe.
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Wow! Just completed reading all 3305 posts. Better tnen a Tom Clancy novel. Congratulations to Rosemary,Fuzzy, Harvey and everyone else who contributed. I can see the movie now....Meryl Streep as Rosemary, Robert Redford as Harvey and David McCallum as Fuzzy.....
Thanks for the good wishes here billwarner9997. It's been great fun - but you're right - not without it's challenges. LOL . I think we've proved that open source is about as good as it gets to hone and test some extraordinary principles. And the guys here have taken up the experimental challenge with skill and flair of the artists that they are. Blown away - repeatedly - especially when I remember how close this was to failure. Thank you FUZZY. I've said it all and will bore you all with the repetition. It's been a TRIP - second to none - and amazingly fruitful in it's consequences. I'm now relaxing to see where Mike, Luc et al - take this. Definitely stratospheric. And that's the new challenge. Golly. It never seems to stop. Hopefully it never will.

BTW. Mike, Harvey has pointed out that that burn on your arm is the reason you went to your doctor in the first instance. I was possibly being way too flippant. You need to keep us updated here Michael and I hope that this comes right. I'm now more than a little alarmed.

2nd edit. BTW Bill, I've seen some of Don's videos. Just some residual concern that he gives us a black box. I'd far rather see the actual technology - the more so as I'm not sure how reasonable it is to patent the technology. And I'd then be more inclined to trust his numbers for the upgrade applications. As it is I'd prefer to rest on Harvey's advices here. I think he's doing some research into the math.
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I hope Luc has now got his working, I posted the incorrect values of c2 and c3 they should be 0.1mf not 1mf, sorry about that
Hi Michael and all,

I was out of town for a couple of days to a Funeral.

I just got back now (Saturday night) and hopefully tomorrow will be able to re-test your circuit with the 0.1uf cap values.

I'll post if I get results like yours or recontact you if I don't.

Here's hopping it works.

@Rosemary, I also just received the Five 650 Farad @ 2.7vdc Ultracapacitors. Connecting them in series will give me 130 Farad @ 13.5vdc. I Hopping to test these on your circuit while collecting the flyback of the resistor to see if they can more efficently store the resistor flyback energy then a lead acid battery. It should also make energy calculations much easier since we are dealing with capacitive values.

I wouldn't mind hearing what others think of this idea or add your test suggestions.

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Luc, hi, Always nice to see you there. But your post is alreadly over 3 hours old. I'm a bit slow here but am getting back into diurnal sleep patterns. LOL. Rediscovering the benefits of sunlight for my bad eyesight and am learning to identify my friends and neighbours again. Have been somewhat reclusive these past 5 months.

Regarding your question about capacitors, I need Fuzzy or Harvey to answer this. I have no idea at all. I am told that a cap is able to store 'pure charge' but I have no idea what this is. My concern would be that it would take a current flow and convert it into voltage. In which case it's also doing exactly what the resistor did - but without the benefit of all that material to kick those extra zipons, or charge or whatever, back into play. I simply can't get my head around it. So in principle I would be doubtful - but I'm less than knowledgeable on such matters. And, on the other hand, if a cap actually does store and then deliver precisely as much energy as has first been stored and delivered - then it may be exactly what is required. But I understand there are AC and DC caps, and - abject apologies here - but confusion abounds.

In either case, I have great faith in the instincts of you experimentalists. It's something that comes from a 'hands on' association with the apparatus and from your own observations. I'm reasonably satisfied that you guys are now the actual experts here. Thus far I haven't seen Fuzzy use a cap. But he's also using a DC supply. Perhaps a cap is needed for higher numbers?

But, whichever way you want to take it, rest assured - and I'm sure I speak for everyone - we'd love to see the results. I have no end of faith in your talents here Luc and am invariably blown away by the impeccable standards you apply to your testing. No end of talent there and widely acknowledged by us all.
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Hi Gotoluc, sorry to hear of the funeral, I offer my condolences.

As can be shown here on wikipedia for capacitors, we can find the energy stored in a capacitor if we know the voltage and capacitance. That link would also help Rosemary sort out some of the particulars surrounding the charge storage facilitated by these devices. We find a relationship where the capacitance equals the charge divided by the voltage. This could be rewritten as charge equals capacitance times voltage. In your case Q would equal 1755 Coulombs of charge. Here is a handy calculator for finding the charge and energy stored. In your case you would have about 11,846J stored up in there (you'll probably want to charge that up through a current limiting resistor to keep from blowing fuses )

The question is, how does that compare to the energy consumed in a typical 1 hour test like test #13? Well, this calculator helps us identify the 1.3W AVG that was measured during that one hour test as 4,680J; less than half of what you can store in your capacitor bank. Additionally, an earlier calculation I did showed the energy stored in the magnetic field of the inductor at any given period was less than 20 J IIRC. So if we afford the time for the stored energy to properly return to its source you should get similar results.

You will probably need to have your capacitor bank and battery in parallel until the system is tuned and stable, then you can disconnect the battery from the circuit and monitor the capacitor performance.

One thing to note here, the original tests done in South Africa and Glen's tests, used 24V with this resistor configuration. While Glen was able to keep the circuit functioning with a combined voltage near 12V (each battery about 6V IIRC), he stated that it could be very difficult to initiate the preferred mode of oscillation at such a low supply voltage.

While we know the heat being produced by the circuit exceeds the energy consumed by the battery, we cannot over look losses in the system by RF emission and resistive losses in the FET and CSR. These losses are not recoverable because they represent an immediate internal compensation for the imbalance present across them without a secondary event that can be easily converted and routed back to the battery. When the gains provided by the magnetic interaction of the inductor exceed the total circuit resistive losses, the system will become regenerative and that is a worthy goal. Until that time, we will always expect an eventual decay at the source. I do wonder though, if we begin extracting energy out of Rosemary's hidden field without putting it back, what impact this may have on greater systems already in place that are not currently understood.


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Wow! Just completed reading all 3305 posts. Better tnen a Tom Clancy novel. Congratulations to Rosemary,Fuzzy, Harvey and everyone else who contributed. I can see the movie now....Meryl Streep as Rosemary, Robert Redford as Harvey and David McCallum as Fuzzy.....

Harvey: Since resonance is such a big factor of Rosemary's circuit, have you looked at Don Smith's circuit for scaling up (P. Kelly - Free Energy Guide Chapter 3 page 45 - released for anyone to duplicat)? He claims over 100KW from a $200 circuit using hardly anything for input.

Edit: Maybe $500..
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Thank you for taking the time to read the thread, your a better man than I in this regard as I know there are posts back there that I didn't take the time to read. I wish I could say that I've looked into Don Smiths work, but honestly my attention to it has been very superficial. It is a sad thing that they didn't just go into manufacturing them - Harbor Freight and Home Depot sell GenSets for right about that price ($500) and there are a lot of us who would rather buy a system with no moving parts and no gasoline instead of what I have in my garage. It seems Don has certainly had sufficient time to begin manufacturing and it seems odd that with all the years and seminars that someone hasn't latched on to that technology and run with it. One thing I've learned over the years is that the human mind can only process a finite quantity of thought processes in a 24 hour period. Personally I don't have the ambition or time to substantiate Dons work, perhaps other readers here would like to give it a go.


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Hi all and to billwarner9997

I have been playing around with different transformers on the STEAP and with a very small torroid 1:1 isolating trans: I am getting more energy on the secoundary than the primary as I can see it.

The first thing is as I get it into resonance the voltage on the secoundary is some 40% more than the primary, why is this, it is a 1:1? Why is this possible, the transfer should be par unless there is energy being sucked in inbetween the two windings, it is the only explination I have, unless Harvey can explain this as a normal occurance.

If I can measure say the current draw for a bulb placed on both sides then I can calculate the gain. This is going to be difficult on the primary as we have two phases. The voltage I measure accross the two phases, but how would I measure the current? I think there would be some phasing relation with the current, would I need to measure the current on both sides of the connection to a bulb.

If I put a rectifier before the bulb then maybe we can do this as the two phases would become one, Harvey what do you think of this Idea? Naturally I would put the same rectifier on the secoundary as well. From the measurements it can be calculated the difference between primary and secoundary.

Now the other thing that is happening is we have a natural feed back, pump action in this circuit which raises up the voltage to some significant levels and this is where the value of the caps in the circuit are all important. The two diodes are blocking the flow back to the battery and feeding back into the circuit, and so it goes on.

Even with the diodes I can have very elevated voltages at the mosfet, some 10 times the supply voltage. This is what I wanted to show in the video but was cut by youtube I will try and do this again.

I have posted the diagram again below with the cap size change which should be 0.1mf not 1mf as shown. This is where the charge pump action takes place and so these caps are very important that they should be right, not to say that 0.1mf is the best, experimenting will show this, they should be high voltage low mf and of good quality such as MKP. May be 0.01mf would be better.

Well would appreciate some input into these thoughts of mine, as before I start playing again, I would like to see if this problem with my arms gets better, it is a little concerning at the moment not knowing what it is.

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MIKE - Glad to read that you're holding back on tests until you've found out more about the arm. Let us know please.



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Harvey and Witsend:

Thanks for the gracious reply. You voiced the same thoughts (doubts?) I have.
I really should have asked a specific question, not for such a general opinion. I too don't understand why he hasn't gone into production if it works.

Mike seems to indicate that he is getting more out of his transformer then he is putting in so the only way I see to find out is to build it. Although I am sure I could do that, I'm just not sure I have the skills or the equipment to test it safely.
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Hi Mike,

The transformer you are using that has a center tapped primary and you are seeing 12V on the end taps and zero volts on the center tap for that primary - then you are seeing 240V across the secondary end taps; is this the transformer that you say is a 1:1 winding ratio?

Also, did you alert your doctor to look for RF burns as a possibility?

@ All,
For those that may be interested, Steorn has its live feed up and running ATM. Steorn - Convenient, Clean and Constant supply of Energy It is their claim that the prototypes will continue to run indefinitely as they are generating about 300% more power than they are consuming. Both of these systems (Rosmary's circuit and Steorns Drive circuit) use sharp edge magnetic pulses in their operation. Both Rosemary and Sean have alluded to the possibility that their energy is linked to dark matter or dark energy. Both of these systems have produced a documented COP > 3. Both of these systems have excess heat in addition to the documented work load. It is quite possible that both systems have their gains rooted in the same power source.

I have been doing some thought experiments surrounding Rosemary's model and have discussed some of the geometry with others superficially. We may have to accept that the shapes of these particles are not strictly spherical. We may also have to accept the possibility that there is a gender relationship responsible for part of the interconnections between them. In other words, and interlock can occur between particles that is dependent solely on shape which is reinforced by a weaker gravitational and electromagnetic attraction. These things become necessary where the 2D surface is of a specific area normal to a sphere but the volume for which is bounds is less than that of a sphere due to surface impinges. I have been performing these experiments based on my own concepts which are taken from Einsteins work surrounding curved space and gravitation. In simple terms it is a displacement theory. The gravity of any single particle is proportional to the volume of space that its surface displaces. Therefore, if you have a sphere with six impingements on 3 axis which take on the caternary form along each axis, you would have a particle with the same surface area (and thus the same energy / mass relationship) as the sphere, but the spatial displacement is considerably less. This gender specific (female) particle could then interlock easily on any of the six sides with an inversion particle (male) which would resemble a six pointed 'jack'. Likewise, hermaphroditic particles could exist as well, all of which could easily provide interlock systems and polarities that can interpose electromagnetism and gravity. The foundation of any particle rests on its energy content. If its energy is not stored as matter, electromagnetic or kinetic then it must be stored as thermal energy. The concept that a particle itself, apart from any other particle, can contain a thermal register has been proposed and set aside by academia. This may have been presumptuous. While it is well known that temperature is directly related to kinetic energy in atomic material assemblies and the molecules they frame up, little discussion exists regarding the actual material that quantum particles consist of and whether or not that material itself can contain thermal energy. When we evaluate this in our thought experiments we uncover the possibility that thermal energy can be stored in the 2D surface of these particles of which protons and electrons are made. One of the simplest examples of this may be HHO gas. If the evidence indicates that more heat is being produced in the metals being heated by an HHO flame than can be accounted for in the production of the HHO itself, then we must ponder if the proton and electrons themselves have stored thermal energy that is able to be communicated to the metals (or any other material for that matter) electromagnetically during the flame proximity interaction.

This point is a vital point as part of Rosemary's magnetic model. In her writings you will find reference to Zipons becoming slow and big and hot. For those versed in thermodynamics this simply fires up the alarm systems because classically it is the small, fast energetic particles that produce the 'heat' in thermodynamic reactions. But we must allow our minds to consider a large, slow moving particle such as a hydrogen proton, that has a high thermal register. And we must consider that if this existed, how would the thermal energy ever escape from it? It is at that point that we begin to realize that it must be converted to another form or else it is trapped there. If two protons were able to touch, then perhaps a transference could occur, but this is neither practical nor necessary. Magnetic fields have a means of sweeping these particles and providing conduits for this energy to find balance where most material common to us is at an average of 300K. Thus in Rosemary's model, all energy is communicated via electromagnetic interaction and from her perspective even the 'electro' portion of that is only a convenient method of looking at the same thing from a different perspective. If a zipon in superluminal space contains a finite portion of energy and part of that energy is stored in its velocities, mass and temperature, then it follows that if the velocity is reduced then that portion of the energy must be converted to temperature and mass. Naturally the question of relativity arises and it was explained to me that the velocity is always an angular velocity. This is a new concept as well because it intimates that light only travels in great arcs and never in a truly straight line. And that arc identifies as its center, the center of a minor radius of a toroid which constitutes our universe. The tighter the arc, the closer you are to the center of the universal minor radius. There is also a motion along the axis swept by the revolution of the minor radius around the major radius. So technically, a photon moves along a spiral path through the toroid. Don't worry if none of this makes sense to you now. In time it will. It is sufficient that you have read it so that your thoughts can digest it slowly. When these things become fully understood, replicators like those on the sci-fi Enterprise will become as common-place as microwave ovens.

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Harvey - that last post of yours was a miracle of articulation. Really well done. I have never before had such a high level of clarity and insight into what I've been trying to point to. Very exciting for me.

Of special interest in your grasp of the gavitational interaction with surface mass as opposed to density. nd fascinating that you see that coupling arrangement. Had not thought of this and see that it is ideal to describe the interlocking of zipon composites. Also goes some way to explain the 'lock' of the neutron with the proton. I get it that the proton - neutron - would no longer be spherical. Not sure about the photon though.

With this level of understanding I think I should propose the earlier monopolar sub-division of the zipons in the field as that would also allow an interaction with the quark of the photon and electron composite and the level at which the proton is then 'out of reach' of the field.

Thanks Harvey - very, very much.
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Hiya folks,

An article to raise public awareness regarding Rosemary's work, and the work of the 2009 Open Source Project Team, has published at "OpEd News".

OpEdNews - Article: The Strange Case of the Rosemary Ainslie Circuit

Those who are friends of this project, can help by registering there at OpEd News and "rating" it, and/or by "DIGG'ing it" to help gain maximum notice.

- Steve Windisch / Jibbguy
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Hiya folks,

An article to raise public awareness regarding Rosemary's work, and the work of the 2009 Open Source Project Team, has published at "OpEd News".

OpEdNews - Article: The Strange Case of the Rosemary Ainslie Circuit

Those who are friends of this project, can help by registering there at OpEd News and "rating" it, and/or by "DIGG'ing it" to help gain maximum notice.

- Steve Windisch / Jibbguy
Well done Steve, An enjoyable read, should open a few eyes we hope

Mike
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Hi Harvey

The transformer I was talking about is the one in the photo below, a small toroid, it has 20 turns.

The other photo is of the phasing transformer, vertical type, that I am using at the moment as it has quite a heavey wire and will take some amps if need be.

Now I think that, as in the Rosemary circuit, the trick is to have multiple sharp frequencies. In the STEAP circuit this is done with the phasing transformer. Depending on the final power coil will depend on the trigger frequency to some extent. When tuning to get these anomilies of power, it is nessecary to tune to get vast multiple harmonics happening in the phasing transformer. This can be seen in the photo of the frequency aniliser of that phasing transformer (does this ring a bell) crazy harmonics.

Now if I am on the right track, we can have an easy way of producing the tuning effect of Rosemary's circuit without using one type of MOSFET. The mosfet in this case is only switching as it is supposed to do in a normal way. The multi frequency caos is created by the phasing circuit which is in an endless loop, like a virus in a computor.

Now with careful selection of the cap sizes etc we can move the power capabilities up, and with the correct power transformer designed to give us some useful amperage at the desired voltage to run what we want.

At the moment I am not worried about feeding back as a self running circuit, the most important would be a low power input for a high power output. Imagine feeding you mains in to the circuit in a box and running your house on 25% of the cost of that input.

This is where I want to concentrate on design, it is nearly there, I can feel it I need all the input possible in the form of help and constructing of this transforming circuit.

Moving on a little, I might get the university of Valencia interested in Rosemary's circuit as they are very much into renewable energy, it will have to wait until after christmas, might even get some form of grant, we will have to see.

Mike

P.S. the arms seem to be a little better with the pills I am taking. My thought was some sort of radiation as normally I do not have allergies.
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Hi all and to billwarner9997

I have been playing around with different transformers on the STEAP and with a very small torroid 1:1 isolating trans: I am getting more energy on the secoundary than the primary as I can see it.

The first thing is as I get it into resonance the voltage on the secoundary is some 40% more than the primary, why is this, it is a 1:1? Why is this possible, the transfer should be par unless there is energy being sucked in inbetween the two windings, it is the only explination I have, unless Harvey can explain this as a normal occurance.
What you see is the peak, Sec voltage * 0.7 = rms (12v rms in->12v rms out). the peak is voltage rms * 1.4 = peak value(1.4 = 40% more). If you charge a capacitor with no load it will always be at the peak value , but when you put a load, it go to the rms voltage or less depending if the core is become saturated or not.

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Hiya folks,

An article to raise public awareness regarding Rosemary's work, and the work of the 2009 Open Source Project Team, has published at "OpEd News".

OpEdNews - Article: The Strange Case of the Rosemary Ainslie Circuit

Those who are friends of this project, can help by registering there at OpEd News and "rating" it, and/or by "DIGG'ing it" to help gain maximum notice.

- Steve Windisch / Jibbguy
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It seems scribd.com has been filtered out by our govt and I can't get this paper. Could someboy upload it into the forum also? Thanks!
Can you please tell me what country you in? VERY interesting we have a direct link if you need it.

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Hi Guys,

My children are down for the Christmas holidays and I've not been as busy here as I possibly should have been. Apologies for the tardy response.

Jibbs thanks so much for your article. I thought it was balanced and fairly presented, and gave tribute where it was most deserved being an open source effort trail blazing some interesting blue prints. The object here was to inform the public and to alert them of the application to our editors to accept the paper for publication in a reviewed journal.

This latter point is critical. As stressed repeatedly, both in the article and in these posts, is the fact that previous attempts to publish have failed. This has not really served science that well. As I've stated - ad nauseum - science is only progressed by experimental evidence. Mainstream theories actually need revision as Fuzzy's test results contradict their predictions. And it seems that revision of these theories may now be urgently required as these results point to some kind of efficiency in the delivery of energy that is frankly 'outlawed' by conventional paradigms.

That this is good news is unarguable. The indications are that this there is a source of energy available out there that may give abundantly and cleanly - both of which attributes are urgently required. But we need to spread the word. If you've got the energy and the time all assistance here would be welcome.

The other point that I need to stress is that this energy seems to be readily available in the use of inductive components in switching circuits. But I'm reasonably satisfied that the best we've done here is to give proof. But we only join a long list of others who have trail blazed. The difference is that we've taken the trouble to give irrefutable numbers. And they're unarguable. But as Harvey has pointed out - we need to get the energy values up and the efficiency even better. The results point to this potential and the practical applications require it. I am entirely satisfied that, as more and more experimentalist start posting their findings, we'll gradually errode the scepticism of our academics and add to the growing confidence in this effect. But we, the authors do not have a monopoly on the 'best' means to configure the circuits and much, much more work is required.

A final tribute to all the authors of that paper - with the entire exception of myself. I am on record as having an unerring instinct for doing the wrong thing - with a flair and aptitude second to none. Sorry again for the multiple errors associated with submission of the paper. Just delighted that it's finally been managed and many thanks to Fuzzy for stepping in with that sane and sensible damage control that he exercised with such extraordinary aplomb.

And as mentioned. There's nowhere left for us to go except onwards and upwards. I'm satisfied that the skills on this forum are more than equal to the task and confidently predict that - by the time our academics start looking at the data here - we'll have wrapped up that critical high output requirement. There are a few possible guides to ac application in the applied patent - but cannot guarantee that they'll work.

Great stuff guys, and great work here Jibbs. With all this talent - I've said it before, the destination is definitely global and stratospheric. And I think that Mother Nature can only be a beneficiary. I certainly hope so. She definitely needs some relief from the gunk we've been using for energy - thus far.
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Sorry to be quoting myself but this is a reply that I posted to Poynty on his new forum - Over Unity Reseach (OUR). I think he's trying to discover the parameters required to put this claim to bed. Much desired by those who do not approve these results on whatever basis. LOL. The proposal was that I accept a rejection by the IEEE as a defeat of the claim in the paper. Golly.

Hi Poynty. I will not accept a 'verdict' by the IEEE. They've got the responsibility of bringing new 'discoveries' to the public academic forum via their reviewed journals. They are not expected to comment on experimental results. IF however, there are any apparent contradictions in terms of the arguments in the paper against the documented experimental evidence - then that may be addressed by the reviewers prior to publication. The onus is on the wider forum of all the journal readers to discuss the findings and either replicate, question, or refute the findings. The IEEE have never been entitled to make such sweeping judgements on the contributions on behalf of an enormous body of experts available in their readers. Golly. I fondly believe that the academics themselves would be angered at such gross violation of the their rights to information. We need to advise them. All of them - that they've been doing this.
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You just go on quoting yourself, Rose. Especially when you make so much sense

Thanks for the comments, Mike: I am in awe of what you and the other good folks here have achieved this year, and wanted to tell others about it.

Because, folks, just think: What would happen if 100 million good people around the Planet knew what we know about Energy?

Oil would cease to be the dominant fuel within a short time.

No more wars for oil; and our brave soldiers could come home.

No more hidden tax on energy, larger and more regressive than ANY TAX ever argued over by politicians. Corporate executives hiding in the dark would no longer have this unprecedented power to decide the fate of our species.

No more poverty and hunger in the Third World; with cheap energy they can finally honestly compete... lowering their population growth naturally through increased education and prosperity, creating a new Middle Class there where before was only extreme poverty (which helps the Industrialized Nations too; by creating huge new markets).

No more secret monopolistic control of the single most important aspect of the economy... This means TRUE "free market" entrepreneurship can once again flourish here, allowing the new industries and prosperity of "Main Street" to control the economy... Not the phony derivatives and hedge-funds of "Wall Street".

No more of the never-ending and overwhelming streams of pollution from fossil fuels. Our sacred Gaia can start to heal herself; we can become Stewards of the Earth, and our children and grandchildren will benefit and thrive with an assured safe future.

All this?

YES.

And all it will take is to spread the word to those 100,000,000 folks (which is the arbitrary "viral" point, the "100th Monkey" when it can no longer remain suppressed or ignored)...

And we WILL see it in our lifetimes
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A little off topic but definitely topical - may I just take this opportunity to wish those of you who celebrate Christmas, the merriest of times. And for those that don't celebrate - good wishes nonetheless.

And a special thank you to eveyone who contributed to the thread, including our readers. It's been an extraordinary year and, as I mentioned on OU.com a really large chapter of it was spent here. It's been an education second to none and I feel very privileged to have participated in this.

Hope that those on holiday have their friends or family or loved ones around. And I shall be toasting you all on the thread in earnest over our Christmas dinner. I'll be away for Christmas day - but back again on boxing day.

Cheers guys.
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"LIVE" Broadcast

Hi everyone,

Well I got it together and now have a "LIVE" Broadcast site to do the testing and evaluation on the Rosemary Ainslie COP heater circuit and others .... but ... in doing so I had to come up with a "CHANNEL" name and it's called .....

Open Source Research and Development - live streaming video powered by Livestream


The strange thing is you must supply videos for some time to be a verified channel and somehow this was bypassed .... possibly because of the name I chose .... don't know this was in the e-mail .....

Effective immediately, you can now stream to unlimited concurrent viewers. In addition, your Livestream Free channel is now listed at livestream.com and is available via search or by browsing the Channel Guide. Plus, your channel is now eligible for promotion in throughout the Livestream Network.


I am broadcasting "RIGHT NOW" for the first time as a dry run .....

Glen
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