Thursday, January 8, 2015
Power Loading a 300 pound Household Transformer.
This is an extrension of Gerard's work on the Bread board. He is able to use this system to power up a three hundred pound transformer using the set up we demonstrated last month band in which i spoke to the issue of what is happening.
At our invitation, others are now replicating this whole configuration including a group of electrical technicians out of Alberta. All are able to replicate these results and we have a lot of enthusiasm building. By the way, powering up a three hundred pound transformer with a couple of battery packs is utterly impossible, for those of you who lack much exposure to this hardware. Yet that is what we just did.
What we see here is a natural extension of third, forth and higher order metrics that induce a spiraling field able to produce free electron pressure to load the applications circuit. Static electrons are normally shielded by dark matter which is the physical ocean in which we reside. The spiraling field is able to separate them out and concentrate them in order to produce work. I surmised the possibility of both phenomena but never expected to see it shown so easily.
At least i now know why dark matter has been missed by our labs for a century. We can only detect it so far by inference. Do not be concerned. That is how we detect hydrogen as well and it is several hundred times as massive.
What we have is a simple modulator that interacts with our AC motor to flood the circuit with electrons and to also induce a apparently coherent radiative flux as well lowering heat losses across the whole circuit. This needs to be proven but it is certainly indicated here.
It is always gratifying when you anticipate a possibility and then can demonstrate that it works. That it is also simple to work with is also good news. We also now think we understand everything Tesla understood and have the additional advantage of been able to use modern magnets. He had a different way of describing things but he was getting the empirical results.