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- DSTesla, A powerful business group has become interested in the diode
array. This adds urgency to involving your wealthy referral.
- More power to you! I hope you succeed with this. It is high time the
second law fell. We can't afford to keep propping it up, and we need
the benefits of the diode array. Even the skeptics will come around
once they see real results.
By the way, I am developing a circuit design to watch for the very
small power levels you mentioned earlier (10 E-15 watts). Not sure I
can make a detector that sensitive but maybe an order of magnitude or
so less will suffice. Then I can test the large-area germanium
photodiode. It is something I am interested to do, so it makes a good
hobbyist activity for me.
Somebody asked for the second photodiode, which I sent them. No
further communications from them, but I still have the first unit so I
can do a tests on it.
After that, I want to test the 1K array of 1N34A diodes....
The sensitive circuit design will also allow me to probe the really low
limits to rectification action. I think part of the lack of data in
this area is due to the fact that most curve tracers measure current
instead of directly measuring rectification action, and rectification
requires a "sink" that sits at a more or less constant DC voltage, and
dissipates more or less constant rectified power. So it takes special
test equipment (more capable people than I would argue against this
I can recommend the Analog Devices AD8551: very low cost, very low
offset voltage (1 uV), very low supply current, low bias current, very
high gain, highly temperature-stable, well-suited for low-level DC
amplification with high stability. I am using 4 of them in the design,
still to be built...
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "c_b_kauai" <c_b_kauai@y...> wrote:
> DSTesla, A powerful business group has become interested in the diode
> array. This adds urgency to involving your wealthy referral.
> Aloha, Charlie
The best case scenario would be for you to discuss what you are
working on, the Diode Array, with the individual himself. If you would
like to write him a letter explaining what you are working on, perhaps
in simple terms and then technical terms, as well as one that explains
your current situation as well as the history of your endeavor, I
could hand it to the individual in person. He will, without question,
issue a response in a timely fashion. He would likely have some of the
high techs research the concept to ensure that it is viable, that is
to say, if he initially takes interest in it. I and others know him
and members of his family well. Perhaps the best approach would be to
meet with him in person and this can be arranged.
To be honest, I am concerned about the entire idea as one must
understand that there is likely an immense amount of opposition to an
alternative energy. If the opposition feels that what you are working
on is viable, God only knows what the future holds for you and your
invention. The world must be ready for such a thing and such is not
the case at this time. The world will be ready when those who are
currently opposed to an alternative energy suddenly find themselves
fully supporting it. At a time when the world and it's inhabitants are
on the brink. The time for free energy is not now, when that time
comes, BuddyRay will reveal that which he has kept hidden in his
basement for years, a most peculiar amplifier, and will then rule the
world and bring hope to the wretched.
Let me know what you think, thanks.