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Old 08-01-2009, 10:52 PM
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Considering the NE555 output stage and its specifications, it has a 100ns rise and fall time when drives a load that has a maximum of 15-20pF capacitance.
In this setup here the power MOSFET type has at least 1500-1800pF capacitance between its gate source and switching speed must suffer towards the microsec speeds.
The series 100 Ohm in the gate circuit (or in case of Aaron the 1 kOhm potmeter) also works against the switching speed but without it it would be more difficult to make this setup self-oscillate. (This resistor tends to raise the gate impedance, this is one condition to regeneration, the frequency of which is the parallel resonant frequency of the drain circuit where mainly the inductance of the load resistor and the drain source capacitance constitutes a parallel resonant circuit.)

The reason I mention switching speed above is that without a relatively higher switching speed the flyback pulse is not likely to raise much, maybe some 200-300V, depending on also the resistor self inductance of course V=L*(dI/dt). This means it is very far from any breakdown if the MOSFET ratings are in 900-1000V range.

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Diagram to help visualize Harvey's explanation:


@Aaron, Rosemary and Harvey

I saw this diagram and it looks very similar to what Aaron is portraying ....

Infineon Technologies - Introduction to Avalanche conciderations for CoolMos Mosfet's





Interesting information ..... there's that pesky ground connection again .....

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avalanche

Hi Harvey,

On all these Fuji mosfets and other similar ones in the series. I cannot find one single reference to repetitive-avalanche. There is however, very clear specs only on non-repetitive avalanche.

So it appears there can be avalanche in a mosfet without it being repetitive and being "avalanche proof" seems to indicate that these mosfets can only handle non-repetitive avalanches. Therefore, it seems to me that avalanche and oscillation do not go hand in hand because otherwise, what is the point of a non-repetitive avalanche? And from the datasheets I see, if it is repetitive it will be listed as well as the non-repetitive specs.

Perhaps someone can ask TK to demo his mosfet and show on the scope that particular mosfet oscillating at over 100kHz - overlaid on the timing duty cycle and frequency.

If TK's recommended mosfet can show oscillation or that there can be some datasheet found somewhere that indicates repetitive avalanche in addition to non-repetitive avalanche, I'll change the notation on my schematic, will change my post about not using TK's mosfet and I'll edit my post at ou.com

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i thought since we are utilising back emf so why not enhance to a great length and then use it sorry if i went off topic.

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Not sure, if you went off topic, but seems, here still need to do some Proofs for some Experts, that they can believe something.

But there are 2 Things, i still miss.
Once, there been nowhere the Claims, that the Batteries still should get loaded.
It is more about, to create Heat, charging up the Batts, seems should be a Extra Effect.

And second is, that at this 'Proof' for COP 17,
there is never included, to calculate the Heat what is created with the Amount of used Energy.
Only do the measurements across the Shunt. That still dont sounds right.
But well, our Experts what we got here surely know, what they are talking, maybe?

Anyway. i got few of this Transformers from Microwaves, catched few from a Junkyard, they are not to hard to get.
From this boths Coils i get nice Zaps even from a 9V Block, so they still can generate Power.
And please, let the Argument stick, its only transformed Current, i do know that allready.

And about the Magnets is the same, what i found out lately too.
When you put a Magnet between a connection, it can inprove the Current what is running though,
but it depends at the Place, where you put it, and wich Direction the Poles face too.
Its like, as if the PMfield push the Current, and let me guess, i think, North, did face to Minus, like Current usual create the EM Field.
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Old 08-01-2009, 11:23 PM
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Repetitive Avalanche Rated Mosfets: HEXFET III

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Hi everyone,

I found another possible substitution for the MOSFET ...

International Rectifier IRFPG50

ST Microelectronics STW9N150

N-channel 1500 V - 1.8 Ω - 8 A - TO-247
very high voltage PowerMESH™ Power MOSFET
Single pulse avalanche energy - 720

@ Aaron and Rosemary ....... look at Figure 4 Typical Output Characteristics and Figure 5 Typical Transfer Characteristics everything else appears fairly close.

Best Regards,
Glen
Thanks Glen!

Here are your four finds:
Fairchild Semiconductor - FQH8N100C
Fairchild Semiconductor - FQAF11N90C
International Rectifier IRFPG50

ST Microelectronics STW9N150

--------------------------------------------

On Harvey's post about HEXFET III: A New Generation of Power MOSFETs, the entire table at the top of page 2 are all Repetitive Avalanche Rated Mosfets!

IRF510
IRF710
IRF520
IRF720
IRF820
IRF530
IRF730
IRF830
IRF540
IRF740
IRF840
IRF450
IRF460
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Keep in mind too, that as I understand Rosemary's claim, it has to do with conserved energy in the load resistor being stored at the point of manufacture, and that it would leak into the field and add to it resulting in a breakdown of the load resistor. Please correct me if I am wrong here.harvey

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EDIT Harvey I keep missing you. Time zones? Whatever. Very happy with that first sentence.

ANOTHER EDIT. I just keep coming back to that sentence. I think it's a first. Just so chuffed.

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Considering the NE555 output stage and its specifications, it has a 100ns rise and fall time when drives a load that has a maximum of 15-20pF capacitance.
In this setup here the power MOSFET type has at least 1500-1800pF capacitance between its gate source and switching speed must suffer towards the microsec speeds.
The series 100 Ohm in the gate circuit (or in case of Aaron the 1 kOhm potmeter) also works against the switching speed but without it it would be more difficult to make this setup self-oscillate. (This resistor tends to raise the gate impedance, this is one condition to regeneration, the frequency of which is the parallel resonant frequency of the drain circuit where mainly the inductance of the load resistor and the drain source capacitance constitutes a parallel resonant circuit.)

The reason I mention switching speed above is that without a relatively higher switching speed the flyback pulse is not likely to raise much, maybe some 200-300V, depending on also the resistor self inductance of course V=L*(dI/dt). This means it is very far from any breakdown if the MOSFET ratings are in 900-1000V range.

rgds, Gyula
Hi Gyula,

Thanks for your input.

I have a few questions if you don't mind.

Is there a 555 version with faster rise time for higher capacitance load?

What about using the 555 to trigger a piggyback transistor like some darlington arrangement or something on the mosfet or would that be redundant and actually slow it down. I can sent the output of 555 thru a h11d1 isolator if necessary.

Actually the series resistor at the gate is a 1K variable pot. With zero resistance the switching time is much faster and the spike is quite a bit more.

However, on the applied field of the coil.... when power is turned off, nature brings it to equilibrium and we get the collapsing spike but the spike doesn't stop at the ground or zero. It goes thru the floor way negative. Nature then tries to bring the negative spike to equilibrium and sends it to zero but it doesn't stop there it goes positive and repeat until it rings down to zero. I'm sure you know this but just to illustrate.

On my scope pic with zero resistance, the positive spike that follows is pretty big and that repeats kind of in a rough manner. With just a bit of resistance, it brings that down until there is a very clean negative spike and then very symmetrical ringing afterward.

Again, with zero resistance, the spike is like you say, able to go to a few hundred volts. With some resistance, I can get the spike to 4 times the battery voltage or around 100 volts without having any positive spike going above the battery...just nice smooth symmetrical ringing.

Do you see any way around this limitation? Or a way to enhance what I'm already doing with the 555?
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Do you see any way around this limitation? Or a way to enhance what I'm already doing with the 555?[/quote]



Hi Aaron,


Have you tried a neo magnet in different parts of this circuit yet?
I think you can figure out where placing that, might have an influence on the circuit.Just a thought .


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Keep in mind too, that as I understand Rosemary's claim, it has to do with conserved energy in the load resistor being stored at the point of manufacture, and that it would leak into the field and add to it resulting in a breakdown of the load resistor. Please correct me if I am wrong here.harvey

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EDIT Harvey I keep missing you. Time zones? Whatever. Very happy with that first sentence.

ANOTHER EDIT. I just keep coming back to that sentence. I think it's a first. Just so chuffed.


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Old 08-02-2009, 08:23 AM
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Keep in mind too, that as I understand Rosemary's claim, it has to do with conserved energy in the load resistor being stored at the point of manufacture, and that it would leak into the field and add to it resulting in a breakdown of the load resistor. Please correct me if I am wrong here.harvey

Yes.

EDIT Harvey I keep missing you. Time zones? Whatever. Very happy with that first sentence.

ANOTHER EDIT. I just keep coming back to that sentence. I think it's a first. Just so chuffed.
My TZ is GMT-8, so I think that may be part of it. Of course it's probably around 10:00AM where you are right now...o.O (give or take an hour or two).

Still thinking on your original theory and a solid way to substantiate it that would be palatable to mainstream academia. We may find it useful to use something like the BatCap line Super Cap SuperCap 100 that can be charged to a very specific known value and then dump that through an inductor into another empty SuperCap. By choosing values that support a resonant action, the two SuperCaps should charge each other alternately until they are balanced. In that process, any lost energy should manifest itself as heat in the inductor. Using someone's idea from the forum here, place the inductor in an oil bath and monitor the caloric differential. After enough runs, solid data should emerge that would show both the gains and structural decay. I would guess that at least 20 or 30 runs would be required at a minimum. In this way, we wouldn't be introducing other uncontrollable variables, like battery chemical reactions, spurious oscillations, thermodynamic issues in the control circuits etc. It would be simply two very large capacitors and an inductor in a tuned resonant tank circuit. Put the known energy in one and let it ring until both are balanced. If energy escapes from the inductive structure into the field in your existing circuit, it should be measurable as well in this test - I think

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Hi Gyula,

Thanks for your input.

I have a few questions if you don't mind.

Is there a 555 version with faster rise time for higher capacitance load?

What about using the 555 to trigger a piggyback transistor like some darlington arrangement or something on the mosfet or would that be redundant and actually slow it down. I can sent the output of 555 thru a h11d1 isolator if necessary.

Actually the series resistor at the gate is a 1K variable pot. With zero resistance the switching time is much faster and the spike is quite a bit more.

However, on the applied field of the coil.... when power is turned off, nature brings it to equilibrium and we get the collapsing spike but the spike doesn't stop at the ground or zero. It goes thru the floor way negative. Nature then tries to bring the negative spike to equilibrium and sends it to zero but it doesn't stop there it goes positive and repeat until it rings down to zero. I'm sure you know this but just to illustrate.

On my scope pic with zero resistance, the positive spike that follows is pretty big and that repeats kind of in a rough manner. With just a bit of resistance, it brings that down until there is a very clean negative spike and then very symmetrical ringing afterward.

Again, with zero resistance, the spike is like you say, able to go to a few hundred volts. With some resistance, I can get the spike to 4 times the battery voltage or around 100 volts without having any positive spike going above the battery...just nice smooth symmetrical ringing.

Do you see any way around this limitation? Or a way to enhance what I'm already doing with the 555?
Hi Aaron,

Well, there is the CMOS version of the NE555, it is the LMC555CN or TC555C or TLC555C, see data sheet on the first: http://www.national.com/ds/LM/LMC555.pdf
It has a 15ns fall and rise time output driving capability but still at 10pF load capacitor so it is much better than the bipolar IC version but still not enough.

The remedy can be using dedicated MOSFET driver chips for the job like you may see here for instance: Special Function IC's - Microchip - TC4420CPA
It is able to drive even a 10nF capacitive load and has a 25ns rise and fall time when the capacitive load is 2.5nF.
(One notice though: if you wish to use these types than you have altered the original Rosemary circuit.)

There is no other good solution at the driver side besides the fast dedicated drivers (they are designed specially for this purpose), if you consider using optocouplers (h11d1) then you certainly make backward steps, this type is way too slow. Again, there are faster optocouplers but they are more expensive than a MOSFET driver.

Regarding the rest of your thoughts and findings. In conventional gate driver circuits the inserted series resistor in the gate (usually a few tens of Ohm like 33 or 47 or max 100 Ohm) is expected to reduce any condition for oscillation, or limit a little the gate driving current which flows when the nanofarad capacitor of the gate-source is charged and then discharged, during the ON and then the OFF switching sequencies.
So the role of this resistor here is controversial, it would be good to know the original aim of the team with this resistor.

I have just seen your answer in poynt99's thread where the function of the series 100 Ohm potmeter becomes explained by the Rosemary team.
However you wrote: "...there are mosfets specifically designed to self-oscillate as there are mosfets that are designed to specifically not oscillate. When it oscillates, it may encounter avalanche." I can only agree with your second statement (When it oscillates...), the first cannot be true.

rgds, Gyula
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Old 08-02-2009, 08:51 AM
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Hi Aaron,

Well, there is the CMOS version of the NE555, it is the LMC555CN or TC555C or TLC555C, see data sheet on the first: http://www.national.com/ds/LM/LMC555.pdf
It has a 15ns fall and rise time output driving capability but still at 10pF load capacitor so it is much better than the bipolar IC version but still not enough.

The remedy can be using dedicated MOSFET driver chips for the job like you may see here for instance: Special Function IC's - Microchip - TC4420CPA
It is able to drive even a 10nF capacitive load and has a 25ns rise and fall time when the capacitive load is 2.5nF.
(One notice though: if you wish to use these types than you have altered the original Rosemary circuit.)

There is no other good solution at the driver side besides the fast dedicated drivers (they are designed specially for this purpose), if you consider using optocouplers (h11d1) then you certainly make backward steps, this type is way too slow. Again, there are faster optocouplers but they are more expensive than a MOSFET driver.

Regarding the rest of your thoughts and findings. In conventional gate driver circuits the inserted series resistor in the gate (usually a few tens of Ohm like 33 or 47 or max 100 Ohm) is expected to reduce any condition for oscillation, or limit a little the gate driving current which flows when the nanofarad capacitor of the gate-source is charged and then discharged, during the ON and then the OFF switching sequencies.
So the role of this resistor here is controversial, it would be good to know the original aim of the team with this resistor.

I have just seen your answer in poynt99's thread where the function of the series 100 Ohm potmeter becomes explained by the Rosemary team.
However you wrote: "...there are mosfets specifically designed to self-oscillate as there are mosfets that are designed to specifically not oscillate. When it oscillates, it may encounter avalanche." I can only agree with your second statement (When it oscillates...), the first cannot be true.

rgds, Gyula
Hi Gyula,

I'll look into the other 555 and even the dedicated driver. Peter told me about them. I never had a need for them. I'll experiment with that later after more work on the replication.

A faster optocoupler is something I'll look into as well. Thanks!

So you agree that when a mosfet is in oscillation, that is may encounter avalanche.

My first statement has 2 parts.

The first is that there are mosfets that are made to allow for oscillation - as it is implied by the fact that some mosfets do oscillate.

The second is that there are mosfets that have built in safeguards against self-oscillation. I posted numerous industry references discussing this safeguard feature against self-oscillation - which they say also prevents "false triggering". There are a lot of references to this in the datasheets, etc...

Do you disagree with both of those?

If you disagree with the first part, then I can say there are simply some mosfets that oscillate as this would be a fact.

With the second, I can find the post in this thread that I put with references to various sources discussing mosfets with anti-oscillation protection built in.

Please let me know,
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Hi Aaron,

Well, there is the CMOS version of the NE555, it is the LMC555CN or TC555C or TLC555C, see data sheet on the first: http://www.national.com/ds/LM/LMC555.pdf
It has a 15ns fall and rise time output driving capability but still at 10pF load capacitor so it is much better than the bipolar IC version but still not enough.

The remedy can be using dedicated MOSFET driver chips for the job like you may see here for instance: Special Function IC's - Microchip - TC4420CPA
It is able to drive even a 10nF capacitive load and has a 25ns rise and fall time when the capacitive load is 2.5nF.
(One notice though: if you wish to use these types than you have altered the original Rosemary circuit.)

There is no other good solution at the driver side besides the fast dedicated drivers (they are designed specially for this purpose), if you consider using optocouplers (h11d1) then you certainly make backward steps, this type is way too slow. Again, there are faster optocouplers but they are more expensive than a MOSFET driver.

Regarding the rest of your thoughts and findings. In conventional gate driver circuits the inserted series resistor in the gate (usually a few tens of Ohm like 33 or 47 or max 100 Ohm) is expected to reduce any condition for oscillation, or limit a little the gate driving current which flows when the nanofarad capacitor of the gate-source is charged and then discharged, during the ON and then the OFF switching sequencies.
So the role of this resistor here is controversial, it would be good to know the original aim of the team with this resistor.

I have just seen your answer in poynt99's thread where the function of the series 100 Ohm potmeter becomes explained by the Rosemary team.
However you wrote: "...there are mosfets specifically designed to self-oscillate as there are mosfets that are designed to specifically not oscillate. When it oscillates, it may encounter avalanche." I can only agree with your second statement (When it oscillates...), the first cannot be true.

rgds, Gyula
The bottom line here is that if the mosfet is not driven correctly as designed to be, taking into consideration gate capacitance, the device is not switching efficiently. Any attempt to use the resulting effects of this in an attempt to prove high COP in the system in which the mosfet is used, only goes to complicate measurements and invoke criticism of test method.

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My TZ is GMT-8, so I think that may be part of it. Of course it's probably around 10:00AM where you are right now...o.O (give or take an hour or two).

Still thinking on your original theory and a solid way to substantiate it that would be palatable to mainstream academia. We may find it useful to use something like the BatCap line Super Cap SuperCap 100 that can be charged to a very specific known value and then dump that through an inductor into another empty SuperCap. By choosing values that support a resonant action, the two SuperCaps should charge each other alternately until they are balanced. In that process, any lost energy should manifest itself as heat in the inductor. Using someone's idea from the forum here, place the inductor in an oil bath and monitor the caloric differential. After enough runs, solid data should emerge that would show both the gains and structural decay. I would guess that at least 20 or 30 runs would be required at a minimum. In this way, we wouldn't be introducing other uncontrollable variables, like battery chemical reactions, spurious oscillations, thermodynamic issues in the control circuits etc. It would be simply two very large capacitors and an inductor in a tuned resonant tank circuit. Put the known energy in one and let it ring until both are balanced. If energy escapes from the inductive structure into the field in your existing circuit, it should be measurable as well in this test - I think

Hi Harvey,

I think you suggest a good idea on using the Farad value capacitors. Though normally the energy transfer between two caps involves a 50% loss, this loss can be reduced significally by tactically choosing the component values, like member poynt99 has pointed out in his earlier pdf file at overunity.com, though even a 50% loss could be tolerated in the case here, being the claim of COP of 17 or higher.
(by the way I suggested the oil bath test you remember )

Thanks, Gyula
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The bottom line here is that if the mosfet is not driven correctly as designed to be, taking into consideration gate capacitance, the device is not switching efficiently. Any attempt to use the resulting effects of this in an attempt to prove high COP in the system in which the mosfet is used, only goes to complicate measurements and invoke criticism of test method.

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So you agree that when a mosfet is in oscillation, that is may encounter avalanche.
Well, If I am allowed to add: design engineers surely avoid those conditions where avalanche run away or breakdown may occur in the active device in any oscillator or amplifier or switching circuits they design because reliability of such a circuit SUFFERs!

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My first statement has 2 parts.

The first is that there are mosfets that are made to allow for oscillation - as it is implied by the fact that some mosfets do oscillate.
This is what I think is false, any active device that is able to amplify any signal can be made to work as an oscillator, it all depends fulfilling a phase and amplitude condition, these two are the criterias for oscillations in an active circuit that consumes energy from an outside source. Power MOSFETs has a very high transconductance (several Siemens) so their tendency for oscillator is big, this is why their gate input impedance must be kept at a low value etc etc. It is true that there active devices that has certain features improved upon (by manufacturing processes) to make better QUALITY oscillator output signals but this is not a focus on "making them allowing for oscillation!!! I repeat, any active device can be made to work an as oscillator as long as it has a higher than 1 gain and the components determining the oscillator frequency has the appropiate phase shift.

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If you disagree with the first part, then I can say there are simply some mosfets that oscillate as this would be a fact.
Yes, adding the above written thoughts too.

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batteries vs caps

As far as caps, etc... anyone is free to try what they want but a new thread should be started for that.

It is also known that the battery is crucial in showing high gains with this circuit. Batteries simply should be used for any replication attempt with Rosemary's circuit with the goal of over 1.0 COP.

It cannot be gotten away from... the fact that batteries have properties in their chemistry that allow gains to be realized in a way that caps cannot. It is not the same thing.

I Have already done a self running circuit that runs on caps attached to a single ground rod that delivers zero current.
YouTube - Self Running Bedini Oscillator

So I have experience with oscillating switches and transferring potential from one to the next with a positive gain instead of a loss. when meeting a balance with the impedances between the caps and coil, the charge stays right where it is at. I give a little bit of charge to one cap and then it just keeps going.

The same is possible with batteries.

From experience, I will say batteries must be used for the gains for this circuit. If anyone wants to do it with caps, I've already done some tests with caps on this circuit. Use batteries, that is the only way to replicate this circuit.
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Speaking for the newbies

And myself,

Can someone savvy with this circuit pls do a video demo a la gotoluc for this circuit?

And why is everyone hung up on mosfets?

Love and light
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And myself,

Can someone savvy with this circuit pls do a video demo a la gotoluc for this circuit?

And why is everyone hung up on mosfets?

Love and light
Seems it is a looking for matching Mosfets, what support the Avalanche effect and what do match for the Voltage.

Above you see the List from which one has the Effect.
Aaron did allready a Video, about how to bring the Mosfet into oscillation.

I play around right now with some Mosfets, got my IRFPG50, but still have no Resistor.
Just can play around with a Pot Heatelement or coils.
But so far as i ve seen, the Load at Minus Side must be adjusted with a Resistor at the Drainside, seems for me, the Ratio is about 1:2,5.
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Dynamic Plasmatic Magnetic Fields

From Rosemary :
My model is somewhere in this thread. Can someone point it out? You're welcome to try and understand it - but if you do, it'll be a first. I think there's a link at the start of this thread. Way way back.
Let me know what you think.
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Rosemary !
I still haven't seen your 'model'.
A friend recently suggested that I look at the Keshe' Model - discussed in his new book & website : Welcome to the Keshe Foundation website

"One of the topics discussed in this book is that how Matter, Antimatter and Dark Matter are created in the universe. What scientists at present call elementary particles (like quarks and so on) are themselves in fact collections of smaller magnetic fields, which in group as dynamic plasmatic magnetic fields and their interactions with other dynamic plasmatic magnetic fields, lead to creation of quarks and so forth.
Where in fact, what is called the mass of the quark, this in reality is created through the same method as the mass of any other object in the universe and is purely due to the interaction of constituent plasmatic magnetic fields within the center of the Matter. "


Let me know what YOU think.
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Hi Mike - I sort of rabbit on about the model in a separate thread here. - Magnetic field model? You could try that. It's not exactly oversubscribed by way of readership. But I sort of hoped to make things more understandable.

I love your expression of 'talking in tongues'. Very funny. That's exactly what I feel like. There have been some really rude comments about the model generally - but some of them quite witty. It's not exactly popular. The model deals with the dark force- dark energy but it's sense remains as black as midnight. My children say that the general understanding of the model is advanced in inverse proportion to the number of people who read it. The cheek!

Anyway - you're welcome to try it out. I'm in the unhappy position of being fairly certain that it's on the right lines. But if it cannot be understood that hardly helps anything at all.
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Rosemary !

Here's Keshe's page describing his model :

Plasmatic Magnetic Fields and SEPMAF's (Specific Entangled Plasmatic Magnetic Fields)
Plasmatic Magnetic Energies combine to SEPMAF's


Enjoy !
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Mike OK just read it. It's not the same thing at all. I have another thing proposed going on here. Just magnetic fields that only interact with other magnetic fields. In effect all matter shaped and moved by these fields. We see the effects in the 4 forces. But it's just one force.

And 3 basic stable particles just composites of these particles that make up the field. So. Just 1 particle - a magnetic dipole - and everything expressed with this. A 10 dimensional binary system.

But there are those readers who do not need to know about the model. Apologies to them. I'll desist from here on.

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And myself,

Can someone savvy with this circuit pls do a video demo a la gotoluc for this circuit?

And why is everyone hung up on mosfets?

Love and light
Hi Inquorate. I think this is en route. I also think Aaron's just waiting for some equipment to do the measurements? But I'm also hoping that he'll be able to set the protocols for the battery test for those who don't have the right measuring instruments. So. Maybe soon this should be clearer.
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Coca Cola Bottle Plasmatic Magnetic Energy Generator

Coca Cola Bottle Plasmatic Magnetic Energy Generator

Rosemary !

Here's a good reason to recycle plastic drink bottles :

Cola Plasma Reactor Generates Energy
Creation of electricity in cola bottle reactor


"The proof of concept shown by the processes in these static reactors when applied in dynamic reactors
deliver a much higher electrical outcome, able to deliver electricity for various applications,
such as for households, villages, cars, electronics, machines, industry, lighting and industrial processing."

I hope others don't think this information isn't getting too far off the main subject of this thread.
That would be a disaster !!! &, It would indicate to me that those who don't see the relevance
should have chosen a career to be an attorney.

Mike Hingle
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Mike, Very interesting. What is that KT liquid? My guess, vinegar? I think that's a jolly good ad for Coca Cola. Neat. Love to know more here. Especially the carbon deposits. It doesn't really tell enough.

Do you know more about this company? Are you involved?
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Mike, Very interesting. What is that KT liquid? My guess, vinegar? I think that's a jolly good ad for Coca Cola. Neat. Love to know more here. Especially the carbon deposits. It doesn't really tell enough.

Do you know more about this company? Are you involved?
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Rosemary !

Are you kidding ? I just had a pork chop for breakfast !
I'm involved about as much as I am an attorney.

Between the Catholic Church & the Illuminate, Islam & the Jews, attorneys & crooked judges,
Buddhists who use the excuse of "karma" to be apathetic with the disadvantaged,
jealous so-called "scientists" who should have chosen careers as attorneys,
& our government hijacked by special interests, I have been, like many other creators,
imprisoned & monitored in my home & denied the opportunity to have a normal prosperous life,
because the value of my creativity would disturb the Old Thief's market.
Amazingly, all these people believe they are morally right to live this way !

Yes, I too have "models" of high COP magnetic energy generators,
& many other energy conservation & energy production systems,
as well as transportation, health, & clean & clean-up environmental technologies.

You keep asking me what is it I do.
My work is simply described as R&D to do God's will,
i.e. to create a living environment here "on earth as it is in heaven".
& "to keep on seeking that which is well-pleasing in God's eyes"
that will be allowable in His kingdom here on earth.
All else is a bunch of useless, time wasting, "yaba daba doo" (tounges) distructive hogwash.
Many others among us are also realizing that this is their passion & life career.

Cheers !
Mike Hingle
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Rosemary !

Are you kidding ? I just had a pork chop for breakfast !
I'm involved about as much as I am an attorney.

Between the Catholic Church & the Illuminate, Islam & the Jews, attorneys & crooked judges,
Buddhists who use the excuse of "karma" to be apathetic with the disadvantaged,
jealous so-called "scientists" who should have chosen careers as attorneys,
& our government hijacked by special interests, I have been, like many other creators,
imprisoned & monitored in my home & denied the opportunity to have a normal prosperous life,
because the value of my creativity would disturb the Old Thief's market.
Amazingly, all these people believe they are morally right to live this way !

Yes, I too have "models" of high COP magnetic energy generators,
& many other energy conservation & energy production systems,
as well as transportation, health, & clean & clean-up environmental technologies.

You keep asking me what is it I do.
My work is simply described as R&D to do God's will,
i.e. to create a living environment here "on earth as it is in heaven".
& "to keep on seeking that which is well-pleasing in God's eyes"
that will be allowable in His kingdom here on earth.
All else is a bunch of useless, time wasting, "yaba daba doo" (tounges) distructive hogwash.
Many others among us are also realizing that this is their passion & life career.

Cheers !
Mike Hingle
Mike, I was rather hoping you'd tell us which side of the fence you sit. You're holding back here. Let rip. Feel the force. With respect you're way too uptight.

I've had a good laugh here. Still not sure that you're not an evil attoney. But I'll hold my tongue. - In fact all of them.

EDIT - I think you want to know more about cold fusion? Definitely off topic. But if you can drudge through a few more weeks? Maybe there'll be something on offer to justify some further investigation of all such. We all hope so, in any event. Love your posts by the way.

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Aaron wrote: -

From experience, I will say batteries must be used for the gains for this circuit. If anyone wants to do it with caps, I've already done some tests with caps on this circuit. Use batteries, that is the only way to replicate this circuit.

Aaron, Assuming you are saying that the gain will be shown in the battery, exactly how do you intend measuring a gain in your test battery? Rosemary set out a suggested procedure in an earlier post which I commented but I have not seen your response yet. Do you agree with me that the test needs to be repeated until the calculated COP ceases to fall and stabilises? I'm not trying to disrupt things here, as I'm sure you will know from load testing batteries used on Bedini systems how important this is to get meaningful results. I see no evidence of this having being done in Rosemary's test report. I have taken system COP's as high as 15 on the initial run but they all eventually fall under unity, once the batteries have lowered and stabilised as much as possible in internal resistance. This can take many cycles to achieve. Please don't ignore this just because you think I'm a trouble maker. I'm trying to help you get accurate results that can hopefully convince the authorities that matter.

Hoppy
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Old 08-02-2009, 04:25 PM
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Thumbs up Repetitive Avalanche energy in mosfets

hi everyone,some more information to share
while going through mosfet spesifications and info posted by harvy about Repetitive Avalanche energy in mosfets there are 2 things
1. Repetitive Avalanche energy in mosfets
2.single pulse Avalanche energy in mosfets
in irfpg50 the Repetitive Avalanche energy is 19 mj
some more mosfets with 19 Repetitive Avalanche energy (1000v)and more
smL100h11 Repetitive Avalanche energy 30, 0.880Ω,11A,td(on) 12ns,tr10ns
sml100h9 Repetitive Avalanche energy 30, 1.1 Ω,9A,td(on) 12ns,tr11ns.
APTM100DSK35T3 Repetitive Avalanche energy 50, 350 mΩ,22A,td(on) 18ns,tr12ns.
SML100L16 Repetitive Avalanche energy 50, .500 Ω,21A,td(on) 16ns,tr13ns.
SML100B11 Repetitive Avalanche energy 30, 1 Ω,11A,td(on) 12ns,tr11ns.
and many more
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