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Author Topic: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets  (Read 726294 times)

Offline TinselKoala

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2010 on: January 14, 2011, 01:47:27 PM »
Wait a minute.... I just figured out that this quark2 fellow might be using an AMPMETER, hooked up ACROSS -- in parallel with -- a stack of resistors, and thinks he is measuring current through the resistors.
No wonder he's measuring free energy all the time.

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2010 on: January 14, 2011, 01:47:27 PM »

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2011 on: January 14, 2011, 01:57:16 PM »
i am astounded you think not owning an oscilloscope precludes anyone... did faraday have an oscilloscope? did edison? did tesla? did ohm? did volta? these gentleman i have just listed have contributed FAR more to humanity WITHOUT oscilloscopes than you have with your lecroy or any other scope... tra la

Still off target, I see, Wilby. You see nothing objectionable about someone who claims to be able to make self-runners and OU devices at will, but won't because of the usual reasons, and who thinks he can measure the "current drop" across a single resistor in a parallel stack with a "meter/scope" and automagically get the "RMS current" from any arbitrary waveform, and who thinks that the more parallel resistors in a stack the more "phase something" you get..... but you think it's objectionable that I think it's odd that a worker in the 21st century doesn't have (or know how to use) a fundamental tool......
Pretty sad. I expected better of you.  What could Faraday have contributed, if he DID have an oscilloscope, that is what you should be asking, not making specious comparisons between me (who has never even claimed to discover anything new) and people like Faraday.

Tra la.

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2012 on: January 14, 2011, 04:24:37 PM »
Still off target, I see, Wilby. You see nothing objectionable about someone who claims to be able to make self-runners and OU devices at will, but won't because of the usual reasons, and who thinks he can measure the "current drop" across a single resistor in a parallel stack with a "meter/scope" and automagically get the "RMS current" from any arbitrary waveform, and who thinks that the more parallel resistors in a stack the more "phase something" you get..... but you think it's objectionable that I think it's odd that a worker in the 21st century doesn't have (or know how to use) a fundamental tool......
Pretty sad. I expected better of you.  What could Faraday have contributed, if he DID have an oscilloscope, that is what you should be asking, not making specious comparisons between me (who has never even claimed to discover anything new) and people like Faraday.

Tra la.
still engaging in logical fallacies (red herring) as a rebuttal i see. pretty sad. it is what i expected of you though... tra la.

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2012 on: January 14, 2011, 04:24:37 PM »
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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2013 on: January 14, 2011, 05:24:13 PM »
@ tinsel toes koala

piss off punk
« Last Edit: January 15, 2011, 03:21:00 AM by quarktoo »

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2014 on: January 14, 2011, 05:47:21 PM »
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Dear stupid,
Set up your amp meter and connect it across a resistor...

Jesus, Mary and Joseph... 

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I think most people here have a multimeter and know how to use it.

I can ass-ure you, most of the people here don't know how to use the DMM properly (please, feel free to research for yourself).
Feeling better now?

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2014 on: January 14, 2011, 05:47:21 PM »
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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2015 on: January 14, 2011, 06:05:43 PM »
See post above - huge brain lock on my part - I was wrong and TinsleKoala was right. Sorry is a punk and I am sorry TinselKoala pissed me off.

I actually just went out and hooked a dc motor to a extech power supply with a resistor in series and when the motor sped up and I realized the amp meter just shorted the across the resistor I went... oh.. shit!

It happens... :) Pops is getting old.


« Last Edit: January 15, 2011, 03:22:51 AM by quarktoo »

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2016 on: January 14, 2011, 06:25:15 PM »
@ tinsel toes koala

piss off punk
« Last Edit: January 15, 2011, 03:23:01 AM by quarktoo »

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2016 on: January 14, 2011, 06:25:15 PM »
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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2017 on: January 14, 2011, 08:00:19 PM »
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Jesus, Mary and Joseph

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A religious man?,Who would have thunk it?
And here I thought you were satans evil twin!

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Q2,Good of you to "man up"!
TK is after all "the "Supreme being" of measurement.
@TK 1952?? You are very well preserved [your telescope vid] must be the good life!
« Last Edit: January 14, 2011, 08:22:32 PM by ramset »

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2018 on: January 14, 2011, 10:39:08 PM »
Well, Quark2, it's good of you to admit that you are wrong. Now, let's see where else you are wrong. I inferred from your earlier posts on this topic that you did not have an oscilloscope, because I thought SURELY anyone who has a scope SURELY would know 1) that it measures VOLTAGE vs. TIME and VOLTAGE ONLY, and 2) how to calculate the values of parallel resistors, and 3) how to use the VOLTAGE DROP across a resistive element to determine current via Ohm's Law. Since you were wrong about each of those things, yes, I INFERRED that you don't own a scope. Sorry (Canadian Style).

Now.... I have cut-and-pasted quotes from you in my above posts. Please indicate just where I have misquoted you, and I will apologise and correct the misquote.

And, while you are at it, please hit the topics that we haven't yet covered: the statement about the phase relationship between voltage and current in a purely resistive element, for example. What about that?

Now, nobody was calling names or making personal insults until YOU started it, quark2. And yet.... you were entirely wrong about what you were claiming. That is what pisses me off more than anything else. Rather than stick to the technical discussion, providing citations and proofs for what you claim, as I do, you start getting snotty and insulting. Which of course liberates me to do the same.

I took the time today to make a video illustrating the computation of parallel resistors and the method of obtaining current from monitoring the voltage drop across them, confirmed with a non-contact current probe and an expensive oscilloscope. Two simultaneous methods in agreement: the non-contact probe and the voltage drop give nearly identical readings (on a 60 Hz sine wave input signal, lighting up an LED for load), and a third method, a series connection through a Simpson analog milliampmeter, not so much.
I'll post it to my YT account in a couple of hours or so, after I get home from the lab. But since Q2 has admitted some of his errors it's not so important, I guess.

(Incidentally, Professor, Lawrence, and Rosemary, the LeCroy AP015 current probe I am using is rated from DC to 50 MHz; that should be a wide enough bandwidth to test a 20 kHz blocking oscillator, I should think....)

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2018 on: January 14, 2011, 10:39:08 PM »
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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2019 on: January 14, 2011, 11:57:11 PM »
Note my scope on the right hand side. Are you a short fat guy?

Piss off punk
« Last Edit: January 15, 2011, 03:28:09 AM by quarktoo »

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2020 on: January 15, 2011, 12:20:02 AM »
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Thank you for revealing your "honest" business practices.

One other thing TinselKoala, fixing boards for a flat rate and charging half of what IBM charged is hardy dishonest. Not all the boards were repairable and so it all averages out. Accusing me of being dishonest... Priceless...

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Since you are a Canadian I'll explain it to you - Getting confused about a technical issue is one thing - shit happens. Calling someone unethical or misquoting them is quite a different matter.

Now when PhysicsProfesser claims to be working with Lawrence, and Lawrence is selling something here and the PhysicsProfessor claims 22 years teaching and Professor Emeritus, then he has made a claim of credibility. Just one problem, he has not backed up that claim. Not saying he is lying, but I think when you show with Lawrence who has made claims so wild, Professor deserves what he gets unless he puts up or shuts up. Even then, it does not mean anything when it comes to the subject of OU especially when he is going to validate but does not know how to test it.

That makes people want to shake him down a bit. Get it? You are in good company with the Professor and Lawence with his magnet eraser. Now piss off (USA style)
« Last Edit: January 15, 2011, 01:46:24 AM by quarktoo »

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2020 on: January 15, 2011, 12:20:02 AM »
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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2021 on: January 15, 2011, 03:09:48 AM »
Awww.... now you've just about hurt my feelings. And after I went through all this trouble, just for you....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtTTCQyHkds

I will admit, q2, you've got more nerve than most people who make outrageous claims that are proven to be wrong. You still twitch and squirm and act self-righteous, when it's clear that, when it comes to electronics, you don't know much.

Why don't you prove ME wrong for a change. Show us one of your Free Energy or Overunity devices that you know how to make, and show us how you tested it.

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You probably know more about this than me but I always use 4 to 8 resistors in parallel, measure across 1 of them and then multiply times the number of resistors in a pulsed circuit.

I don't think 1 resistor is going to do a precise enough job of phasing the current to voltage to tell the difference between COP <1 and COP >280.   ;D

There's that "phase" thing again. Please explain for us the phase relationship between voltage and current in a resistor. Or do you mean something else by "phasing current to voltage" here?

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Game on

Are you serious? It is how people have been doing true RMS current readings since it has been around unless I really missed something a long time ago. I don't think so. Doesn't your fancy scope measure current?

Look at the schematic - Half the current is free to flow through the other resistor which you are not measuring across - Hence the need to multiply times the number of resistors. Read your own post.

We are talking about a pulsed circuit and phase relationship between voltage and current. The higher the number of resistors the more phased the pulse being measured since the phase relationship error is divided amongst the multiple resistors.

The measurement is multiplied times the number of resistors and the net result is a division of the error which is how the accuracy is obtained.

As for demonstrating OU... Son I was posting here when this place started and working on OU 35 years ago. I tell people don't publicly demonstrate, share information until millions of people know the truth. Sigma16 told me on a forum I set up to sort out the spooks and players a few years ago the same thing. Sigma16 being a spook, has good advice in that regard at least.

This certainly sounds to me like a claim of overunity devices to me, especially when combined with the "white crow in a cage" stuff that follows in that post.

Am I misquoting you again? Sorry.

And I am not Canadian, as you should be able to tell from my voice in the video, but I have one or two friends that are Canadian, and they don't like your attitude.

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2022 on: January 15, 2011, 03:16:55 AM »
@ tinsel toes koala

piss off punk.

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2023 on: January 15, 2011, 03:19:50 AM »
That's the way to carry on a scientific discussion, all right: drop your pants, bend over and fart. That really shows your true character, there, Q2.

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If you are smart, you will be careful how you treat his messiah. Not a threat, just good advice my friend. My skin is plenty thick evidenced from the fact that I laughed harder today than I have in 10 years or more, have been banned from OU 8 times in 10 years and still come back for a laugh now and then.

I expose posers that are trying to profit from those that have lesser minds, That is something I do FOR the web site - a hobby.

If you think this or any other interweb site means something to me, you don't get something. This is entertainment for someone who is obviously incredibly bored.

Speaking of bored, now I am bored with you and this thread.

Unsubscribed

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I am a man of high integrity and a promise made is a debt unpaid. I will give you that simple experiment in the end. But, if you follow me through this process of deprogramming your mind, you will receive a gift far more precious and something that exceeds your wildest dreams. That is my promise.

Please continue keep your answers short since more story will reduce the efficiency of this deprogramming process. We need to get past monkey see monkey do, labels and assumptions to create that foundation of understanding for which you will be able to build knowledge upon. Once we get there, everything from time travel to gravity propulsion will be as easy to understand as bicycle repair.

While in the end I will give you that simple irrefutable experiment that can't be explained with Maxwell's equations, I will not disclose the how to of free energy to people that possess the minds of dependent children or the integrity of thieves. The power of the universe is not safe in those hands.

Are we in the end yet?

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Re: Pulsed DC Transformer with Embedded Magnets
« Reply #2024 on: January 15, 2011, 03:26:59 AM »
That's the way to carry on a scientific discussion, all right: drop your pants, bend over and fart. That really shows your true character, there, Q2.

And in your own sentence you show how you carry on a "scientific discussion".

I see you got pretty plugged in over the homo crack - no pun intended. Anyway who's have thunk you really are a fairy.. I should have known. Ha ah ha

Let give a reality check son, this is a free energy web site - scientific discussions don't happen here.

 

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