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Author Topic: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?  (Read 309298 times)

turbo

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #390 on: October 16, 2008, 07:57:59 PM »
Can you explain in more depth?

 You are not trying to split/brake the copper atoms, you trying to convert copper atoms mass to pure energy! It's like you changing the primary driving force phase in all atom in the collector, and they will receive more energy from the "system".
bullshit, and you don't know what are you talking about.

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #391 on: October 16, 2008, 09:47:54 PM »
   Electrons orbit the neucleus near the speed of light.  You derail them from their atomic orbits you get the potential energy stored in their orbital momentum.  Takes less energy to snap an electron bond to the neucleus than to accelerate the electron to the speed they are at running and spinning about the neucleus at.
No weird science just steering the car off the tracks.

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #392 on: October 16, 2008, 11:54:39 PM »
So, can you explain how will the "device" make a hole from any house?

The device increases energy applied to itself.  Say you put in 10 Joules, it converts this energy to 10.000 Joules.  If the output is connected back to the input, then the 10 J becomes 10.000 J, which becomes 10.000.000 J which becomes 10.000.000.000 J.  Where does this energy comes from?  It take an imense amount of energy to create our reality and maintain it.  This energy is provided by our universe.  This device changes the rate that this energy is applied to the collector wires.

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #393 on: October 17, 2008, 12:21:19 AM »
nice grumpy

but i guess i was not clear yet on a few things ....

to avoid RUNAYAY OR LIGHTNING explosions and all that wild stuff ....

think a little b4 u build it!!

a cap will only charge to its value  i have seen overcharged caps but when hooked properly it will not over charge .. 1 cap is for self running at the desired voltage you choose .. thus eliminating the chance of runaway ...

also ..

the other is an out put cap many times larger .....  designed to work with what you intend to power

no

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also i throw in this eh armma ..  if man needs 3 word to explain ....   let those words be  BALANCED RYTHMIC INTERCHANGE ;)

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« Reply #394 on: October 17, 2008, 12:32:34 AM »
I clearly understand that. But please explain me, if we need let's say 1kilowatt energy release in one microsecond for vaporizing the collector,how the rest of energy, what are you tell me will coming exponentially, will occur in our reality? It will ignite the air in the house? Or what? How do you think, that will happening?

The energy is concentrated in the device when in operation.  It will seek to relieve itself when the forces containing it are removed.

What will happen if you had a capacitor that could store 10.000.000.000.000 Joules and you suddenly discharged this energy?  Have you seen shrunken coins, and exploded wires?  That is how your house will explode - by a shockwave in the medium - not an atomic reaction - no radiation - just energy release.

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« Reply #395 on: October 17, 2008, 01:14:35 AM »

So, let's say the energy what the device can release in one second is 100w. That mean, it can release 10 000w of power in 100 second run. Is that mean the energy contained in the device is 10 000w? I think no! The device working like your electric socket in the wall. If you drawn more power that your fuse can accept, like short connect the wall socket with two wire, after you exceed the limit of your fuse, the discharging will stop, and your fuse kicked out you from the system. But if you short connect the wall socket with 5cm, hair thick cable, the cable will explode in a microsecond, but the discharging will stop!


Yes, the discharge will stop eventually. Until it does, the output is conencted back to the input and magnification continues - it only takes microseconds.  Wire is a conductor within a dielectric, it is not the only path for the energy.  Just like an arc across a surface, if less energy is required to make a path, then the arc will follow a longer path and not directly through the air.  This is known as the principle of "least action".

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #396 on: October 17, 2008, 01:42:53 AM »
     If we take a condensor charged to 1000 volts.  What do we really have.  We say there is potential but what do we really have.  We have more electrons on one plate than the other and no way for the electrons to flow easily to the other.  But what do we really have.  We have a denser energy field relative to a less dense energy field.  That means that the space between the two plates has voltage also with no mass.  So if there is a way to exploit this voltage between the two plates would it effect the mass producing them or would the voltage just keep on coming?

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« Reply #397 on: October 17, 2008, 02:08:38 AM »
@sparks

in my experience it just keeps on flowing with out concern to the source.....

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as fast as i can short my cap there it is agin :P

anyone know the time??!!??!!??

video time


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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #398 on: October 17, 2008, 11:57:31 AM »
The cap is not safe, because you will not only get your energy from the cap when you feedback, you also get energy from the output, because the cap is parallel to the output. That means there is no protection of run away.

And: The bigger the collector, the more energy you will need to vaporize the copper, the bigger the explosion.

A.

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #399 on: October 18, 2008, 12:35:08 AM »
  hi  to all


                            NICE SWITCHING  PARTS  YOU HAVE PUT  ON YOUR  TPU  marco<>

 i hope is not expload like  your  atom bomb<yes   
 
 ;)

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« Reply #400 on: October 18, 2008, 01:52:07 AM »
hey i picked up some new wire anyone ever use anything like this???

seams to me i can replace my resistors in my curcuit with this wire as i have a little problem over time with them burning out when i turn the coil up

lincoln electric s-6mig .025" .64mm

it is copper coated mig welding wire.....

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #401 on: October 18, 2008, 06:05:01 AM »
So, you state, it really doesn't matter how big is the device, the collector could be one single 10cm radius loop of wire, or 1m radius 2kg wire, the discharge always will be really powerful, as you state, it's enough for make that high shock wave, what will destroy the house.  How many energy is that about? Do you know that?

I can say that Steven Mark was a really lucky man, if your theory is right, because he stated, they destroyed more than 300 unit.

the size of the device is relevant to some degree, but understand that even a device that fits in the hand can provide enough energy to power your home.

How much energy?  A very large amount.   Millions of Joules.  Does it really matter?

Build the Spherics tetrahedron TPU - it will work just as he states it will.   


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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #402 on: October 18, 2008, 07:03:48 AM »
understand that even a device that fits in the hand can provide enough energy to power your home.



indeed grumpy ...

i wish i could share all of my designs....  but i cant at this moment in time....

welcome to IST'S WIRELESS GRID NETWORK...

yep that is correct...

i have created in my mind  a wireless transmision of electrical power  device   ap and users that can be billed to the users and controled by the owners

it really aint that hard

to build may prove difficult but i dont think so....

because the fact of the matter is i DO NOT TRANSMIT HIGH POWER  ;)

no worries i have this idea down!!!!

this will require investors and they are lined up 8)

so who wants teslas dream a wireless grid???   

just think no maintince on lines poles all that crap....   can i do it ....

I KNOW I CAN!!

ist

btw this is utilizing tpu technolagy and will be freq spsific to each ring.....  like the cell fone grid....   a transmittion tower and the users  the tower will transmitt a freq that will activate all rings in a given area the rings will convert the engery on site ...


just like blowing a whistle and calling lightning... ;)

lol

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Re: Is Lindsay?s ?SM? a fraud?
« Reply #403 on: October 18, 2008, 05:21:54 PM »
     So we get a rotating (more like a vortex) magnetic field going.  Isn't this just storing energy in an inertial frame?  Where's the gain?  I can create a rotating magnetic field by turning my tablesaw motor on.  Why even bother creating this elusive rotating magnetic field?

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« Reply #404 on: October 18, 2008, 06:09:16 PM »
it is not required for free engery how ever is some cases the rotation is free and why not use it...

as well you can build and design a much more powerful device  utilizeing rotation that is free this is where your high amps will come from  ;)

your supply power  is bemf  and with it you power your altonator ...

ok but  i see no reason to make a particle accelerator !!!

we really should be building a particle deaccelerator.....

there already flying around extreamly fast  catch em and slow em down

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