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  • Harvey D Norris
    A simpler version of a possible EXB reaction vessel using SrFe material as the shared field space is now proposed. This traitorous kind of talk is enabled by
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      A simpler version of a possible EXB reaction vessel using SrFe
      material as the shared field space is now proposed. This traitorous
      kind of talk is enabled by the fact of how much more simpler the
      requirements can be made. With AC resonance the quantities of L and C
      must be matched to the input frequency. With A DC effect those
      quantities are less dependent on the input frequency, thus models for
      testing more easily procurred.

      To explain this breifly, imagine now that three high induction coils,
      that have formerly given the problems of producing dismal conduction
      levels at AC resonance, were instead pulsed at DC from the three
      alternator phases. The fact that their delivery of current is pulsed
      is also dependent on no capacitive filter being in place on the full
      wave rectifier output made by 4 diodes in place, serving to convert
      the AC to DC pulses. The BRS is in fact the same schematic
      arrangement where forward conducting and reverse conducting diodes
      are replaced with opposing reactances, and driving that 4 way
      combination at its resonant AC frequency. Of course all AC/DC
      conversion devices have a cap filter in place to smooth out those
      pulses. So the erstwhile reader should have already guess what the
      next step would entail. It would be easy then to place those cap
      filters made as axial capacities in the magnetic field of the
      adjacent 120 degree phase. The size of the caps no longer matters so
      much. However there is a certain value of capacity that might do an
      example for DC resonance. This is 1/4 the former value, meaning it
      can easily fit inside that magnetic field.

      Following is a letter to JLN list where I have thrown out the idea
      for speculation. It may be over that membership's heads as to its
      sensibility. However the DC application of testing will have to wait
      for a period of time. It however should be easy to recognize the
      analogy of DC actions to resonance where when one phase has a
      collapsing magnetic field, it is then charging its filter cap, while
      during the same time period that cap might react with the magnetic
      field of an adjacent phase.

      Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2001 07:42:26 -0800 (PST)
      From: "harvey norris" <harvich@...>
      Subject: AC/DC Possibilities with alternator resonant rise.
      To: jlnlabs@yahoogroups.com

      The making of high voltage effects with an AC
      converted alternator now seems to intersect with
      former DC research done some years ago. The voltage
      rise enabled by being resonant to the alternators 480
      hz is first accomplished in two stages. The first
      stage of resonance is made by a collection of ten 14
      gauge coils in series, having an inductance of .15
      henry and using .75 uf cap in series for resonance.

      The second stage of resonance is made with huge
      inductance coils of 60 henry, once used in a copper
      magnetic motor similar to Newmans. It was then found
      that the DC induction arcs at commutator were
      horrendous. Once a DC induction arc starts by a break
      in the circuit with these coils it(the arc) can be
      maintained continuously for quite a distance, larger
      than equivalent AC effects. It was found that in the
      rectification of 60 hz household voltage for DC to the
      1000 ohm coils, the quality of the induction arc would
      markedly change when a capacity that was resonant to
      the pulses was selected. For a AC circuit where the
      resonant capacity is known, the capacity used for a DC
      resonance is not the same value, but 1/4 of that

      This is explained by looking at the frequency of the
      DC ripple that exists on a capacitively smoothed AC
      rectified circuit, which is made by placing a
      capacitor across the full wave rectifiers output,
      essentially smoothing out the pulses. That frequency
      riding on the DC pulse is actually twice the input
      frequency, thus the capacity needed for resonance at
      twice the input frequency is known to be 1/4 of the
      former resonant value.

      The use of the word hertz as applied to DC pulses can
      be misleading. Typical in this regard is JLN's
      specification that 70 hz is used for the lifter.
      According to the pulse time shown in charts, this
      would actually be accomplished with the rectification
      of a 35 hz signal, as a single cycle yields two DC
      pulses after rectification.

      In first stage of resonance a 40 fold gain of voltage
      from alternator stator voltage inputs can be made,
      which goes to the high induction coils as another
      inner triangle placed inside the outer Delta Series
      Resonances (DSR's), at the DSR midpoints. From there
      the high induction coils can deliver another 8 fold
      resonant rise of voltage, internal to their circuits,
      by also giving those coils a correct capacity to

      The problem with the AC approach at 480 hz with the
      inner DSR's is that the amperage conduction is reduced
      40/1 as to what it should be at resonance, by Ohms
      law. This might be attributed to the destructive
      effects of interwinding capacitance with resonance
      with the 9 miles of 23 gauge wire on the high
      induction coils. Complicating things even further is
      that the (inner)coils are themselves current limted by
      the impedances of the DSR as the low reactive current
      that would exist in the non resonant state being the
      maximum value that branch can achieve. Meager amounts
      of amperage are available in this manner of AC
      resonance. However it should be possible to instead
      rectify the Outer DSR inputs to the coils, where the
      480*2=960 pulses /sec should deliver much better
      amperage through the coils. Then an arc can be
      initiated in the DC circuit and volume of scoped AC
      signals made by DC methods compared to those presently
      made with AC. The idea there would be to create a very
      wide swinging ripple, made by using 1/4 resonant AC
      cap values for the DC filter capacitor.

      How this can tie in with the spatial harnessing of
      energy is that capacity can itself be placed in an
      adjacent (high induction coil)AC phase,timed for 90
      degree phasing and the interactions of current
      observed. Doing this with purely AC inputs is
      problematic for a EXB reaction force in space, since
      the quantites of energy being transfered through E and
      B is small. It is hoped that increasing the B
      quantity through DC adaptations to AC the effect may
      be more predominant. It is now established that the
      presense of this EXB reaction can both degrade the
      spatial resoant phase that supplies the electric field
      for magnetic interaction by the other phase: which on
      the other side of the coin will induce extra amperage
      into the normal resonant phase. The spatial
      interaction of fields causes a near continuous HF
      signal to ride on the normal resonant Phases AC

      Now it is generally known that a changing electric
      field in space will induce a magnetic field in the
      same space at right angles, but the field will appear
      90 degrees out of phase with its causitive source. In
      this circumstance, varying the LC values on each
      resonance so that they are OFF RESONANT can turn a set
      of 120 degree phases in resonant spatial interaction
      to a 90 degree reaction between phases. This is done
      by subtracting capacity from one phases resonant
      value, and adding capacity to the other phase, so that
      magnetic fields near 90 degrees in phasing are
      observed from equal inductors used to monitor the
      magnetic fields from each coil on dual trace scope
      function. Since the 90 degree phased relationship is
      known by scope function, it can then be understood how
      one phase can add or subtract energy from another
      phase, through simultaneously timed identical mediums
      used for both fields. In fact the polarity of one coil
      vs the other also enters into these considerations,
      where one polarity connection can reduce the
      subtraction of amperage on one side normally made in
      this interaction. HDN
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