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80 nanoseconds from disaster

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posted on Jul, 30 2020 @ 05:00 PM

originally posted by: vonclod
a reply to: playswithmachines
OP, you must be familliar with John Hutchinson? he was my neighbour for a few years, weird trippy guy.
Did lots of experimentation with RF, EM..etc

Yes i know John and Nancy, we use different approaches. I would like to try his metal fusing experiment one day.

High power RF is a pig to work with, i once built a 4MHz tesla coil about 2 feet tall and it electrified the entire room. Even the radiators were showing 500v.
Outside the room, nothing, zilch, and there's no shielding apart from the brick walls. Weird.

posted on Aug, 4 2020 @ 08:02 PM
The 'small bang' moment captured.
Well almost.
If a picture can paint a thousand words, as the song goes, this snapshot holds 100 pages of data for me.

Several milliseconds later some stuff went 'Bang' and i was left with about 1000 dollars worth of damage.
But my test was conclusive, insofar as i know how far to push a reaction coil.

The next test will be a full test, including fusion, self-oscillation, power in vs. power out, and a real-time spectral analysis of the plasma as it happens. Hey CERN, you don't NEED 6 billion a year to do this, i can do it also.

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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 04:30 PM
There is more info, i will try to share this with you shortly... and maybe i could tell you a bit more about the Beiroet explosion, thanks to some help from the professor;

Yes this is what happened!
i have to agree with Prof. Holland on this point.
The workers were exposed to a great risk, no-one told them that this was an explosive substance.
So they used arc welders where you would first have to move all the chemicals from the vicinity, and then arrange for a so-called Fire Blanket, and as an extra precaution, you take 2 fire extinguishers and bucket of water with strips of cotton towel in it. This is not heard of in the regs but it has saved my life several times
Just saying....:put:
ETA: If you see something burning, throw a wet towel at it!
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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 05:01 PM
In order to understand this; each of these Tic Tac sized pellets has the equivalent of a full-sized football field to work with.
It was designed to work like that, not only as a high-power fertiliser (why did they not sell this off to the farmers?) but it makes an excellent explosive. Especially since after being stored for 6+ years it has already degenerated not it's most combustive (and lethal) form. High explosive and not just 'fertiliser' any more. I know, i have worked with this stuff.

posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 05:02 PM
forget it
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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 05:23 PM
OK so i missed the storm, that was headed my way. For some reason it went south, when the sat data said straight west...?WTF?
But i was tracking it all night, using data from the USGS and my own sources, i was even prepped to fire up the O3 genny and a powerful UV laser to trigger some lightning in the storm, But it passed me by, barely a few miles south, but too far away for my equipment to affect it.
````better luck next time, see you soon.

posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 06:20 PM
OK so i can go off-topic sometimes, but this is my own thread, so i get some kind of leeway, haha.
Lose me and you lose a whole lot of info. Thats basically the deal, as long as i don't talk about mind-altering drugs, or indeed about any drugs in general. Sorry about that, but i would rather not get banned, just yet. At least if not some of you, but all of you need to hear this.
I know where we are headed, and it's not good.
Prepare yourselves.Let's use our brains for once,and find a way out of this nightmare.
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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 06:33 PM
a reply to: playswithmachines

I just had lightning in front of my door.
I thought it was the press taking pics of my bat cave but when i looked (armed with a 100kv tesla coil) i found nothing but lightning. Now it is behind the house. Following the USGS and the BuienRadar sat predictions.
Ach, so close and yet so far away. I was hoping to attract at least 1GV in my direction, LOL i really need Tesla sized coils, and now i know why.. You know the upper atmosphere is charged to at least 20GV, right?

posted on Aug, 14 2020 @ 04:48 PM

originally posted by: playswithmachines
In order to understand this; each of these Tic Tac sized pellets has the equivalent of a full-sized football field to work with.
It was designed to work like that, not only as a high-power fertiliser (why did they not sell this off to the farmers?) but it makes an excellent explosive. Especially since after being stored for 6+ years it has already degenerated not it's most combustive (and lethal) form. High explosive and not just 'fertiliser' any more. I know, i have worked with this stuff.

posted on Aug, 27 2020 @ 05:40 PM
a reply to: TechnoAssassin1
I think you will find that my last remarks on the explosion in Beiroet were correct. New evidence has emerged that a team of welders started the fire. They were trying to repair the 12 foot hole in the warehouse wall. I don't know what the Beiroet harbour officials were thinking, because they had stored an expensive amount of fertiliser / explosive for 6 years without thinking about it. This stuff absorbs water and becomes crystalline, like concrete, over time.
That kind of energy could have doubled their crop yield for 25 years, but instead they just sat on it and ignored the problem until it literally exploded in their faces. I am deeply hurt that so many peeps had to die for nothing.

This thread is not closed, just on standby. I am currently researching a new thread, about the missing Tesla files, and i hope to present it soon, it involves (strangely enough) your current president's uncle, John G. Trump.
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posted on Aug, 27 2020 @ 06:08 PM
At least 6 people died that night. They were instantly vaporised from a new type of reactor that for some reason, became unstable during the high-energy fusion test.
Apparently this happened on British soil in the late 1950's / early 60's. Of course the so-called Tokamak experiments were in full swing, something that i think all the scientists at CERN were well aware of.
But i am talking about a room full of people (at least 6 if i can get all their names) and these peeps were literally vaporised, by the sudden output of the new "fusion power" Reactor.

I know this to be true, but digging up the truth after 60 years just adds to the conclusion.

And that is so weird, so advanced, that i came to the same conclusion that they did with that underground lab in Engeland in 1958.

Fill it with concrete, Forget about it.
It never really happened.

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posted on Aug, 27 2020 @ 06:22 PM
80 nanoseconds from disaster, is what you would have heard on the "shortwave" PA from Cambridge and Portland Down. But you had to be there. I was there, but many years later. ````i still managed to contact peeps who had worked in this area. I want to share their stories also.
Later, peeps

posted on Oct, 10 2020 @ 09:08 PM
Sorry i was away for so long, but i did make some important measurements as well as destroying some 2000 dollars worth of lab equipment. So i am kind of short this fall, despite having seen power supplies going into negative numbers. At this point the reactor was producing 30 watts more than the input!. As yet no fast neutron detection, so i have yet to evaluate these results, the problem being that my spectral library for light gasses is incomplete......Hell i and find NO spectral lib file for stuff like He3. Pff just the same old fling disinfo everywhere you look. BUT for a 2 watt input i saw a 30 watt loss in the coil. I expected more but instead i have set of entirely unknown spectral samples. Go figure.

posted on Oct, 10 2020 @ 09:18 PM
a reply to: playswithmachines

O yes i updated the sampler software etc, set it to high res mode, and made additional samples myself with a separate kit. It all worked perfectly. I made screenshots every 10 minutes or so, and i still have the 4 sealed 99.9% pure D2 sample tubes. The problems now are 2 fold. Show that i gained power from the quasi LENR reaction, or go home branded as a fake. Pfff i trust my instruments.

Or i can go home with a few tubes (lab sealed) that used to contain Deuterium, but they now contain Helium.
That and the 'negative resistance' observed in the reactor coil (real time) has convinced me that something like a low temp thermonuclear effect has taken place. More research follows....

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posted on Oct, 21 2020 @ 02:08 PM

originally posted by: highvein

Sounds like the Hutchison Effect.

Bits of string and turning the camera upside down?

posted on Nov, 25 2020 @ 07:44 PM
a reply to: FatherLukeDuke

No, not exactly. I have performed thousands of experiments over the last 40 years. I was educated at Cambridge via Dawlish college, which now no longer exists but the school is for sale at 8 million, pff it's not worth that much, it was built by Henry 5 and was already falling apart before me and my mates set about experimenting with nitroglycerine.

Mamhead House is nevertheless for sale, despite the swimming pool being out of use, we once threw some potassium into that pool and enjoyed watching it race around. My math teacher at the time, Prof. Brooks, gave me a knotty engineering problem, to design a linear internal combustion engine coupled to a linear dynamo. I was but 14 at the time.
The design is almost impossible, you still need to rotate either the valve inlets and / or the piston itself, i decided to use the Bic pen method, rotating the piston, and the coils, every 1/2 cycle.

In the last 40 years i have not been idle. I am not prone to faking anything. Everything i write here is the truth.
Get used to it, i don't have many years left.
ETA: I am, via other persons, in contact with the Hutchisons and other inventors and / or groups. I will not discuss anything here, other than my own findings, it is only fair.
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posted on Nov, 25 2020 @ 08:43 PM
a reply to: PapagiorgioCZ

A small note on the Tokamak, ITER, and others.

Yes the Tokamak reached about 90% the temperature of the sun, for a minute or so.

When i applied for a job with ITER many years ago, they told me that the project was abandoned, and there would be no further posts. 5 years later, i discover that ITER is not only running but they managed another 12 billion or so in funding.
What they failed to report was that, for the 129 seconds they got about 5kw, after pouring over 3Gw into the machine.

Not really feasible is it? 3 gigawatts in, 5 kilowatts out.
Not only that, but all of the reactor designs since then are either kinetic ring Tokamak types, or the Aries laser-and- Deuterium pellet type.
Both designs are way too big, horrifically expensive and doomed to fail. The chief engineers and scientists know this also, but hey it's one heck of a gravy train to ride on. Just publish some pseudo high tech BS every now & then, ands you get next years budget of XXmillion.
Hell i was even tempted myself many times, to jump on the ignorance gravy train.

I understand that Lockheed are pursuing the same goal as me and my associates. Well they have a blank check book and i don't, so don't be surprised if they are ahead of me, once again. I once told the DOD that i knew why they lost BOTH X37-b's, the first due to loss of structural integrity due to acceleration, and the second due to, hmm shall we say, a runaway active stealth mode? Haha they never got back to me. Biden, the ball is now in your court, i sure as hell don't like Trump, i like Biden slightly more, so lets go with what we have, i have many American friends, i like you peeps, but you can get so polarised at times. The new reactor trials, i will try to record them and update this thread while i still can. Later.
ETA: these are either kinetic or laser-induced energy levels, they are not efficient. But a Z-pinch pulse reactor can deliver infinitely more power, converting the expanding EM field directly into electrical current. No steam turbines, no 2 meter thick graphite shield, no liquid lithium heat exchanger, maybe well the barium neutron reflector, we can use that at least.....
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posted on Dec, 12 2020 @ 03:42 PM
I blew up yet more equipment last week, but it gave me valuable data. I'm now sometimes into minus figures with my bank.
That hasn't happened in the last 25 years, but i am taking the gamble and am rolling with it, i now have a new job with good prospects, so i hope to be in the + figures next year. I only have about 20 grand in investments, 20 grand in equipment, and 40 years of playing with machines to work on, pff say 50 grand total.

I am not even the inventor of this machine, their name is not important.

What IS important is: Is it viable? Safe? Easy to build? Cheap? Renewable? No moving parts? No environmental impact?, Pure Helium as waste product? (there is a worldwide shortage of He because it is used in those silly balloons, divers, ultra cooling for IR satellite pics, specialised welding, medical use, etc etc).
It is worth more from the fuel that runs it, freely available in our sun-drenched oceans, providing so-called heavy water.
Shoot, even Hitler's scientists knew this, where do you think all the centrifuge enrichment tech comes from?
And why are so many Iranian nuclear scientists getting themselves offed?
It begs not one question, but a whole new rabbit hole. Good luck.
Why would i invest so much time, effort, and hard-earned cash in such project?
Because i believe in it. I spent 10 years debunking one particular invention, some i can do at a glance, like the Hyperloop. I know what works and what doesn't, i can save a lot of high tech companies an fling truckload of money. But they will absolutely NOT engage me, and every time i see them lose millions, i hate to gloat, but sometimes i just turn up and stand in the background and laugh at them as TSHTF big time.
I am happy with that, you leave me alone, i leave you alone.

Anyway, i am rebuilding some coils and milling out dead mosfets and soldering some new ones, yes i am lazy. i must say this new lead-free poop is a beatch to work with. Testing hopefully tomorrow evening CET. I would prefer a reliable neutron source so if any of our members have some (aptly named) Americanium, or some Thorium, or just plain-old-get-it-on-bay-weapons grade Plutonium, i would appreciate it. I get cancer, so you don't have to.

edit on 12-12-2020 by playswithmachines because: Clarification

posted on Dec, 12 2020 @ 05:13 PM
I generate about 1.3MW/h a year from my solar panels alone. Yes they cost a fortune to begin with, but within a month or so they start paying for themselves.
Do Not sell your excess energy, better you simply use it up, like i do. During the day i use that power to cook, run a wash, charge my 100w SW installation, anything.
When i come home, i turn everything off. The heating has it's own program, it learns from my habits. No time as yet but i would like to integrate this level of AI into my own schedule of 'every day life' including power management and also thermal management.

If i leave the house it regulates itself at minimum power and my meter actually runs backwards.I do not 'sell this extra energy, i simply waste it, for they give me but 3 cents a KWh, to buy the stuff you pay about 11c per KWH.
So that means that someone else (the energy company) makes about 7 cents per KWh that you 'sell' to them.
But if you use that same energy yourself, it is 100% free.

That is why, even with an initial cost of 10 grand, with a complex power system, the power company has to pay ME 400 bucks each year.That means that my investment starts paying back from day one. That is way better than any investment scheme. I would say, start on good quality panels now. I get about 1.2MwH free a year, more than half of what i actually use.And we are not even talking heat pumps or other thermal management here. Mmm so much to discuss.
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posted on Dec, 16 2020 @ 01:10 PM
a reply to: playswithmachines

You need a friend.
Someone like the dude from Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project. mfmp
Or Ralph Hernandez rh
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