Thanks very much for your MEG insight!
Since your posting a few weeks ago regarding "Displacement
current" etc I have been considering how the E field could be involved
in the MEG's operation.
Displacement current was a term coined by Maxwell,
to describe an apparent flow of current between the plates of a capacitor.
An apparent current since the flow had a magnetic field, but no
electrons actually flowed through the
Interestingly Bearden makes reference to "Massless
displacement current" in his article "Additional information on the Final Secret
of Free Energy"
Regarding your comments 1,2 & 3:
I understand comments 1 and 2, and have already been thinking
about doubling my supply voltage and minimising my MOSFET drain -source
capacitance (by selection - this would mean a higher RDson device) All this to
obtain the fastest possible dv/dt's from the primary. I have also been
considering winding the primary and secondaries with inter-leaved copper
I am having trouble understanding your third comment, "The
difference is that we concentrate on the currents between the two tanks ..." Can
you please expand on this a little more.
Looking at your schematic I am thinking that what your
suggesting is to concentrate on better collection of the 'Common mode current'
(results from primary dv/dt's) Any suggestions here.
Again thanks very much for your insight!
Have you observed COP>1??