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posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 10:09 PM
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amasci.com...reply to post by CanadaMaster
 


Lets read about Teslas antenna, see link




posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 10:15 PM
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Appears 512khz is the frequency you want. It also happens to be a human body frequency.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 10:40 PM
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Originally posted by timmhaines
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Appears 512khz is the frequency you want. It also happens to be a human body frequency.



Would you care to provide some references for that remarkable assertion?



posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 12:58 AM
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Can't locate the same page, if you google this it comes up as many things from healing to resonance, just happens to also be our lowest range of hearing sensitivity, maybe our brains block it out and we are less sensitive in that range do to that, it is a huge topic.

human hearing

locating the source of sound
Interaural Time Difference (ITD)
Interaural Phase Difference (IPD) Phase differences are one way we localize sounds. Only effective for wavelengths greater than 2 head diameters (ear-to-ear distances).
Interaural Level difference (ILD) Sound waves diffract easily at wavelengths larger than the diameter of the human head (around 500 Hz wavelength equals 69 cm). At higher frequencies the head casts a "shadow". Sounds in one ear will be louder than the other.
The human ear can distinguish some …
1400 different pitches



posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 01:33 AM
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Originally posted by naycalvert

All I can say is keep an open mind!

Disclaimer - I have no intention of building an over unity or free energy device. I know what happens to people who go down that path!


Tech Suppression + some unpleasant happenings are the norm, but you have to accept the risks from the tptb and the risks of the very technology itself.



posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 02:53 AM
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which tesla antenna are you guys talking bout?



posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 05:04 AM
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I just wanted to post an update. While investigating this circuit and looking for hot spots around my house and yard.I found that I could create a Radiant energy meter. So I created a quick vid to show people at home who are interested how to create one.

I hope this is helpful for those who want to monitor radiant hotspots at home to determine whether or not to create a parallel geni for this purpose.




posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 08:39 AM
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Originally posted by misterbeefy

Originally posted by Shirak

Good job. You can increase the voltage by connecting more that one of these in SERIES with each other. You can retain the additional current by connecting some more in PARALLEL to the ones you already have in SERIES. Example:
2 circuits in series produces 14v .1 amp
Create 2 more of these and connect them in series as well for identical results. Now you have 2 circuits producing the said 14v .1 amp EACH.
Now connect the 2 "combined" circuits in parallel. This will give you the same voltage (14v) but DOUBLE your current. Now you have 14v and .2 amp, from a total of 4 of these circuits.
Try it with a total of 6 connected in a 3x3 configuration and you would have 21v and .3amp or 300 mA.
Keep in mind that each circuit would need the same antenna length/diameter, etc.

Another thing to consider is that your typical 12v car battery needs about 15.7 volts being fed to it to be able to charge. You could add some resistors to the circuit in parallel as well to balance out your voltage, while increasing the current.
Hope this helps.



ha ha, he's not going to get more voltage by doubling the circuits.....this isn't the same as a car battery where car batteries have a certain amount STORED in them, this thing is only able to get what it gets out of the air period....

And why wouldn't he? If he built IDENTICAL circuits, placing the antennas side by side, pointing in the same direction, made of the same materieals, etc., then he should obtain the same amount of radiant energy in circuit 2 as he would in circuit 1, thus doubling the voltage. The radiant energy isn't going to suffer a voltage drop just because he has one circuit tuned into it. Listen to your own statement, a car battery has a CERTAIN AMOUNT stored in them, radiant energy doesn't.
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posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 08:47 AM
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When you get something working that is USEFUL

can you post a summary thread, and link it so we can see without having to read 50 pages of posts?



posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 09:28 AM
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If anyone wants to experiment with a simple 'joule thief' circuit, here's the one I've been using that lights up a 3.6V high brightness white LED from a flattish single cell battery. It works as long as the battery can provide a voltage in excess of the transistor's Vbe and a simple modification with a solar cell turns it into a solar powered day/night sensing lamp - essentially an automatic garden light that collects its energy during the day (battery needs to be a rechargable 1.2V NiCd or NiMH of course).

Basic 'Joule thief'



With solar option which is a true application of 'free' energy storage (from the sun):



No magic here, just an interesting arrangement for experimenting. The transformer is very simple being 10 turns bifilar wound on a very small ferrite toroid and even the number of turns is not critical (5 will probably work). The output voltage is regulated by the breakdown voltage of the LED so any small LED can be driven by the blocking oscillator successfully. The 1 ohm resistor in series with the LED is only for limiting the peak inrush current when it 'fires'. Might be interesting to check the waveform out with a CRO if you have access to one.

An idea for experimenting: modify the number of turns on the winding and the output voltage can be increased EG this oscillator should be capable of say, making a substitute for a 9V battery but powered by a single cell (1.5V) battery.

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posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 10:11 AM
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Originally posted by misterbeefy

Originally posted by misterbeefy

Originally posted by Shirak

Good job. You can increase the voltage by connecting more that one of these in SERIES with each other. You can retain the additional current by connecting some more in PARALLEL to the ones you already have in SERIES. Example:
2 circuits in series produces 14v .1 amp
Create 2 more of these and connect them in series as well for identical results. Now you have 2 circuits producing the said 14v .1 amp EACH.
Now connect the 2 "combined" circuits in parallel. This will give you the same voltage (14v) but DOUBLE your current. Now you have 14v and .2 amp, from a total of 4 of these circuits.
Try it with a total of 6 connected in a 3x3 configuration and you would have 21v and .3amp or 300 mA.
Keep in mind that each circuit would need the same antenna length/diameter, etc.

Another thing to consider is that your typical 12v car battery needs about 15.7 volts being fed to it to be able to charge. You could add some resistors to the circuit in parallel as well to balance out your voltage, while increasing the current.
Hope this helps.



ha ha, he's not going to get more voltage by doubling the circuits.....this isn't the same as a car battery where car batteries have a certain amount STORED in them, this thing is only able to get what it gets out of the air period....

And why wouldn't he? If he built IDENTICAL circuits, placing the antennas side by side, pointing in the same direction, made of the same materieals, etc., then he should obtain the same amount of radiant energy in circuit 2 as he would in circuit 1, thus doubling the voltage. The radiant energy isn't going to suffer a voltage drop just because he has one circuit tuned into it. Listen to your own statement, a car battery has a CERTAIN AMOUNT stored in them, radiant energy doesn't.
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i was going to go into a long winded explanation, but, i just decided to say this, "try it"....if you don't believe me, just build two of them and try it......then come back with the results.....
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posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 10:49 AM
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If you build this 'radiant energy' receiver and manage to tap into sources within your home which is very doable on a small scale, you're not really getting free energy if the sources are mains powered devices because you'll be getting metered for what ever energy you receive. It's only 'free' for you if you tap into someone else's source and then you're technically taking their energy without paying for it which might result in legal problems if you get enough to be noticed. Let's say you manage to magnetically couple to the field surrounding a power line, every bit of power you divert through your device has to be supplied at the source end of that line IE none of it is actually free and you're simply taking that energy without compensating the actual owner(s) of it.

Not to put a damper on the experimenter spirit but that does need to be kept in mind if you plan to use someone else's property without paying them for it. Significant success could result in some nasty litigation.
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posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 02:47 PM
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Originally posted by Pilgrum
If you build this 'radiant energy' receiver and manage to tap into sources within your home which is very doable on a small scale, you're not really getting free energy if the sources are mains powered devices because you'll be getting metered for what ever energy you receive. It's only 'free' for you if you tap into someone else's source and then you're technically taking their energy without paying for it which might result in legal problems if you get enough to be noticed. Let's say you manage to magnetically couple to the field surrounding a power line, every bit of power you divert through your device has to be supplied at the source end of that line IE none of it is actually free and you're simply taking that energy without compensating the actual owner(s) of it.

Not to put a damper on the experimenter spirit but that does need to be kept in mind if you plan to use someone else's property without paying them for it. Significant success could result in some nasty litigation.
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You need to understand that absorbing radiant energy from a source is not taking any extra. Is this magnetic coupling? No this is rectifying a wave. This energy is typically absorbed by anything with water in it and goes to waste. Radiant energy can be heard as static by tuning through a radio. In fact humans emit a form of radiant energy which can effect the spectrum.
Your proposition that this is somehow stealing energy from a circuit or that that radiant energy being utilized will cause loss from another s circuit is unfounded as this does not happen. One could argue possibly that they are supplying the radiant energy however one could also argue that they need to pay rent for radiating onto your property.

This was the whole issue around the demise of Tesla's Free Radiant energy designs in the first place there was no way to regulate and charge for it. Please take some time to learn about the history and what radiant energy is before posting fear based concerns in the thread IMO.

Here two experiment I did to prove that humans can both absorb and transmit radiant energy in case you did not see the one I posted earlier in the thread using cell phone testing equipment.








posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 07:00 PM
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I know exactly what you mean concerning the differences between magnetic fields and radiated fields of all bands including RF and probably gave the wrong impression with the brevity of my post. Picking up stray radiated energy within your own house implies that you've paid for it via electricity rates. Pick up someone else's radiated energy that they've paid for, and they find out about what you're doing, you're going to have a problem whether you consider their argument is rational or not. If an experimenter were to achieve startling success in 'harvesting' radiated energy (apart from sunlight), it certainly will involve a large antenna array when you consider the actual watts/m^2 available. The large antenna will cause a significant 'hole' in the propagation pattern of the signals involved for persons on the downstream side of the antenna relative to their signal sources and their complaints of loss of service will be what ultimately prompts an investigation (if neighbours disturbed by the massive antenna don't beat them to it that is). Even if the fault with their reception/ tranmission isn't with the large experimental antenna array it'll be blamed for everything from the black plague, causing cancers to attracting comet Elenin anyway
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No need to convince you or I about how innocent and passive the experiment was, it's a magistrate/ judge/ jury with not necessarily any specialised knowledge in the field that have to be convinced ultimately depending an the scale of the experiment and degree of success. Always bear in mind that any hint of you getting something for free that becomes public knowledge is sure to have you investigated based on the inevitable anonymous tipoff and that's guaranteed. (universal human nature and jealousy at work)

I'd think the ultimate antenna for this sort of experiment would be a modified variant of the Faraday Shield and there could be benefits in using ferromagnetic elements. It definitely wouldn't look like any conventional antenna so it would really stand out as strange to the eye of the beholder. Building it into the outer walls, roof & floor of your residence would be a good way to avoid it being noticed and you'd have to venture outside to use your cellphone and other wireless devices of course.
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posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 08:04 PM
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Here's another little 'harvesting' device I've posted previously that seems very relevant to this topic. It's basically an absorption wavemeter I made some 30 years ago for testing microwave devices for potentially hazardous leaks. It works over a very broad frequency range and is particularly responsive to cellphone transmissions at close range. The antenna is very small and is etched onto the PCB and enlarging/ multiplexing the antenna array would permit sufficient energy to be collected to, say, light an LED or 2. A largish array of these could even be combined with the 'joule thief' principle to boost the voltage (at the expense of average current that is). The heart of it is the Gunn diode which operates into microwave frequencies where standard diodes are simply not fast enough with such short wavelengths.



Place the antenna at the focal point of a parabolic reflector and you have the makings of a passive radar detector (no IF radiation for those pesky detectors used in places where radar detectors are outlawed).
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posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 05:47 PM
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Have you created this circuit yet? Any photos or component list?
I am looking to create a broader spectrum radiant energy meter this circuit looks like it could do the trick.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 06:19 PM
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In viewing the videos I see no load used when measuring your reported output.

Just switching a VOM banana plug to the ampere range jack and leaving the probes the same way as you read voltage without a load in series is meaningless and a very common mistake.

In order to verify the output the circuit must be tested with a load and a VOM is NOT a load for several reasons.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 07:53 PM
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I have hooked it up to a speaker and it emits noise
I have ordered some LED's to see if I can get them to light up. Hopefully they will come this week.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 10:40 PM
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Originally posted by Pilgrum
If anyone wants to experiment with a simple 'joule thief' circuit, here's the one I've been using that lights up a 3.6V high brightness white LED from a flattish single cell battery. It works as long as the battery can provide a voltage in excess of the transistor's Vbe and a simple modification with a solar cell turns it into a solar powered day/night sensing lamp - essentially an automatic garden light that collects its energy during the day (battery needs to be a rechargable 1.2V NiCd or NiMH of course).

Basic 'Joule thief'



With solar option which is a true application of 'free' energy storage (from the sun):



No magic here, just an interesting arrangement for experimenting. The transformer is very simple being 10 turns bifilar wound on a very small ferrite toroid and even the number of turns is not critical (5 will probably work). The output voltage is regulated by the breakdown voltage of the LED so any small LED can be driven by the blocking oscillator successfully. The 1 ohm resistor in series with the LED is only for limiting the peak inrush current when it 'fires'. Might be interesting to check the waveform out with a CRO if you have access to one.

An idea for experimenting: modify the number of turns on the winding and the output voltage can be increased EG this oscillator should be capable of say, making a substitute for a 9V battery but powered by a single cell (1.5V) battery.

edit on 17/8/2011 by Pilgrum because: (no reason given)


I think circuit that includes a resistor should be omitted from this discussion regarding radiant energy because of the fact that energy that is lost whenever you have resistance in the picture.
Resitors are meant to impede current flow, which in turn dissipates heat, which is essentially lost energy.
Having a resisitor in the circuit is like taking one step back after already taken three steps forward.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 11:10 PM
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The poster who suggested this may not have seen the current output demonstration I posted. While I imagine several these in parallel will work as a trickle charger.(Working on that more parts in the mail)
I would also like to see if an led could be attached it should pulse depending on field strength again a guess and debatable so with the parts coming in the mail Ill test and post results here.









 
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