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The 3D Printed ST

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posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 12:41 AM
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A brief description of a synthetic tornado (ST) is that it is an air pump which does not require electricity or fuel of any kind to run. It’s free energy perpetual motion. It uses the same natural phenomena of self aligning air molecules as is observed in tornadoes and hurricanes.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the ST saga, here is a link where you can get up to speed.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

I have built an ST using 3D printed parts which pumps enough air to deflect a piece of paper dangled by threads. The deflection is enough to be visually noticed. This corresponds to a WAG air velocity of 3in. per second out of the 1/8in. ID output tube.

Here is a picture of the apparatus.



Here is the first of 2 images of the dangled paper setup. The output is blocked in this one.



In this second image the output is unblocked.



As one can see, there is a very small but noticeable deflection caused by the air flow.

This, by no means, is the upper limit of the performance. I can and will be improving on the performance by adding more “stage groupings”. This apparatus currently has 13 “stage groupings.” The estimate that the output air velocity will increase by 50% for each added “stage groupings” is the current WAG.

Feel free to ask questions. Especially if it concerns assembly details.




posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 02:43 AM
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a reply to: graysquirrel
It's a fascinating-looking device. Kudos for putting in the considerable time and effort to construct it.


However, I can see issues with obtaining clear evidence of the desired effect as you have it set up. To begin with, I'd suggest you move the paper strip much closer to the outlet nozzle. Due to reduction of pressure per unit volume over distance and all that. When closer, any air flow from the nozzle will be easier to detect and harder to put down to errant drafts or even SHM of the paper strip due to minor vibrations induced into the support frame by any external application of force.

It would also be helpful (though time-consuming and more $$) to completely enclose the device and the test rig in a clear container. That would help to eliminate minor deviations to the paper strip due to those errant drafts. Or ok, just breathing in that general direction. Not saying you did or would breathe on it, just saying it could easily be argued as a denial of any actual effect.

Naturally you are also going to get the argument that this does not demonstrate free energy. Using hurricanes or tornadoes as an analogy is not very helpful in that regard, as they are fundamentally created by pressure differentials, which themselves ultimately derive from energy imbalances, mostly in the form of heat.

Related to that, it could be difficult to demonstrate that there is no heat/energy/air pressure imbalance in the room where you are testing. An enclosed device will help to deflect that argument, but not entirely.



posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 04:06 AM
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originally posted by: JustMike
a reply to: graysquirrel
It's a fascinating-looking device. Kudos for putting in the considerable time and effort to construct it.


However, I can see issues with obtaining clear evidence of the desired effect as you have it set up. To begin with, I'd suggest you move the paper strip much closer to the outlet nozzle. Due to reduction of pressure per unit volume over distance and all that. When closer, any air flow from the nozzle will be easier to detect and harder to put down to errant drafts or even SHM of the paper strip due to minor vibrations induced into the support frame by any external application of force.

It would also be helpful (though time-consuming and more $$) to completely enclose the device and the test rig in a clear container. That would help to eliminate minor deviations to the paper strip due to those errant drafts. Or ok, just breathing in that general direction. Not saying you did or would breathe on it, just saying it could easily be argued as a denial of any actual effect.

Naturally you are also going to get the argument that this does not demonstrate free energy. Using hurricanes or tornadoes as an analogy is not very helpful in that regard, as they are fundamentally created by pressure differentials, which themselves ultimately derive from energy imbalances, mostly in the form of heat.

Related to that, it could be difficult to demonstrate that there is no heat/energy/air pressure imbalance in the room where you are testing. An enclosed device will help to deflect that argument, but not entirely.




In a nutshell... it blows. Just not quite hard enough...



posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 04:11 AM
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a reply to: graysquirrel



It’s free energy perpetual motion.

No ,no it is not.
How do I know ?
The space/time fabric is still intact at least in my neighborhood
And the laws of Physics are as well
Total chaos(entropy) has not ensued



posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 11:21 AM
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Uh...so it looks to me like it moved like a fraction of a 32nd....maybe...

I don't really understand the point...or what you could do with this...



posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 11:27 AM
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a reply to: graysquirrel

This looks interesting. I wish you luck with this endeavor.

Could you briefly explain the aligning molecules thing in a little more detail? Is there a name for this effect or is it an unnamed application of some sort of natural mechanism?

I'll not be so soon to have any major doubts in this, after reading your hologram stuff, but I totally agree with everything justmike said as well.

-Driver



posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 12:28 PM
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a reply to: JustMike

This is just a mile stone. As I eluded to in the OP, I’d rather spend my time making this apparatus more powerful as apposed to dwelling on low power experimentation.



posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 12:38 PM
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a reply to: dug88

Again This is just a mile stone. By adding enough “stage groupings”, I will get enough air velocity and pressure to drive things like a pneumatic electric generator.



posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 12:48 PM
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a reply to: Z32Driver

It’s called the Channelized Air Effect, The basic description can be found here.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

I know it is tough to understand But, It is the best I could do.



posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 05:51 PM
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a reply to: graysquirrel

I can barely tell any difference between the two photos. There are a lot of ways you could better demonstrate the movement of air such as using a candle flame, or the vapor off of some dry ice while under a thrift store aquarium, or a large clearish storage tote. A better visual might make people take notice and garner more interest.



posted on Feb, 10 2019 @ 04:09 PM
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a reply to: graysquirrel

You know, if you have some sort of recipe to allow people to print their own version, and couple that with a very basic assembly instruction, people could experiment with their own version of your invention.

Many people have 3D printers these days, and this would probably be an interesting experiment.

I mean, there is nothing like seing a thing work to become a believer. If, that is, you really want this to be freely available for anyone to make.

There will be no burying it of people can just mske their own...



posted on Feb, 10 2019 @ 04:55 PM
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With things that move, movies are better than photos.
Would you care to post a video?
Perhaps a video of blocking and unblocking the output.
Plus, I honestly don't see a difference in the pics.



posted on Feb, 10 2019 @ 04:58 PM
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a reply to: graysquirrel

As I eluded to in the OP
Freudian slip?


e·lude
evade or escape from (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically in a skillful or cunning way.
"he managed to elude his pursuers by escaping into an alley"
synonyms: evade, avoid, get away from, dodge, flee, escape (from), run (away) from; More
lose, duck, shake off, give the slip to, slip away from, throw off the scent;
informalslip through someone's fingers, slip through the net;
archaiccircumvent, bilk
"the murderer managed to elude the police for several weeks"
antonyms: be caught by

(of an idea or fact) fail to be grasped or remembered by (someone).
"the logic of this eluded most people"
(of an achievement, or something desired or pursued) fail to be attained by (someone).
"sleep still eluded her"

avoid compliance with or subjection to (a law, demand, or penalty

www.google.com...
edit on 2/10/2019 by Phage because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 10 2019 @ 07:45 PM
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a reply to: beetee

Since I am the creator of the 8 necessary solid model STL files, I have the authority to hand them over to anyone for free. With that said, PM me and we can arrange for the data transfer while maintaining mutual anonymity.



posted on Feb, 11 2019 @ 01:52 AM
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a reply to: graysquirrel

Ah, well the moment I do get a 3d printer, I would like to try it, but for the moment I am not in posession of one.

I bet others on ATS have one, though.



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