RE: [teslafy] Tesla Magnifier Paper Again
- Hi, Harv!
I just picked up that paper
Problem: the way the script broke up the url made it
difficult to get without a lot of cut and paste but I got
there in the end.
In all, we're doing all we can and as for you, your
work has been amazing throughout.
I just wish there had been a degree or even a good
foundation course in what we're doing but there is this
huge split between
1) The professors and Elecronic Engineers who
claim they know what we're doing is impossible
and say that they are living in the "real world".
2) Some postgrad and advanced research folk
who now and again come across observations
which tally with what we're looking at.
....and never the twain shall meet...,
Unless we make them!!
I'll just have to see if I can start over with some of
the simpler circuits from JLN (Of course if I get a
lottery win I'll be looking at a full-scale Tesla tower
perhaps but..., that's me!) and see how it goes
In particular, the Free Electron Pump
On the face of it, not too tricky except I don't
figure the use of the flyback transformer as the
L3 coil around the ferro core.
1) I don't have the kind of flyback that'll allow me
to do that with a core
2) The flyback coil doesn't seem to do anything
so far as the circuit is concerned: is there another
way of doing this?
Wild thought: having set up one which is capable
of the HV to light the neon bulb in the original exp.,
is there anything wrong with setting two up in
parrallel, splitting up the output between pulse-
charging the original battery and powering the
Think Feynman, volume 2, and the increase in
potential above ground level: if the supporting tube
was in the region of 2-3metre and the alu
spherical cap was increased in scale to suit,
what kind of output should I expect?
I'm trying to order the hollow spheres for this
purpose but it's harder than I thought.
I don't have a TIP3055 transistors but if I get a
close match from those I caniballised it would
be a miracle (!!!) but apart from that the
circuit should be relatively simple even enough
for me. Of course the caps (18 and 68nf) would have
to be stepped up along with the 100k ohm resistor
but the caps also tend to specify the voltages they
are expected to work with and the diagram doesn't
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