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Practical Guige to Free Energy Devices

eBook 3000 pages! author: Patrick J. Kelly "This eBook contains most of what I have learned about this subject after researching it for a number of years. I am not trying to sell you anything, nor am I trying to convince you of anything. When I started looking into this subject, there was very little useful information and any that was around was buried deep in incomprehensible patents and documents. My purpose here is to make it easier for you to locate and understand some of the relevant material now available. What you believe is up to yourself and is none of my business. Let me stress that almost all of the devices discussed in the following pages, are devices which I have not personally built and tested. It would take several lifetimes to do that and it would not be in any way a practical option. Consequently, although I believe everything said is fully accurate and correct, you should treat everything as being “hearsay” or opinion. Some time ago, it was commonly believed that the world was flat and rested on the backs of four elephants and that when earthquakes shook the ground, it was the elephants getting restless. If you want to believe that, you are fully at liberty to do so, however, you can count me out as I don’t believe that. " THE MATERIAL PRESENTED IS FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. SHOULD YOU DECIDE TO PERFORM EXPERIMENTS OR CONSTRUCT ANY DEVICE, YOU DO SO WHOLLY ON YOUR OWN RESPONSIBILITY -- NEITHER THE COMPANY HOSTING THIS WEB SITE, NOR THE SITE DESIGNER ARE IN ANY WAY RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR ACTIONS OR ANY RESULTING LOSS OR DAMAGE OF ANY DESCRIPTION, SHOULD ANY OCCUR AS A RESULT OF WHAT YOU DO. ​

Practical Guige to Free Energy

Author: Patrick J. Kelly Version: 30.8 Release date: 27th December 2016 This eBook has more than 400 bookmarks to speed up your access to any section of interest. The contents of this eBook is only about 5% of the information on the http:www.free-energy-info.tuks.nl web site 1

  • Page 2 and 3: Preface Here is a small amount of b
  • Page 4 and 5: A Practical Guide to ‘Free-Energy
  • Page 6 and 7: The Ed Gray / Marvin Cole Power Sys
  • Page 8 and 9: The Butch Lafonte Motor / Generator
  • Page 10 and 11: Chapter 19: Building a Simple Gener
  • Page 12 and 13: A Practical Guide to ‘Free-Energy
  • Page 14 and 15: So, now, how much water can be pour
  • Page 16 and 17: As another example, consider an ele
  • Page 18 and 19: does not supply the current that po
  • Page 20 and 21: The very important distinction here
  • Page 22 and 23: No ! Of course you can't speak to s
  • Page 24 and 25: would have been with the oil compan
  • Page 26 and 27: What makes this arrangement differe
  • Page 28 and 29: He then aims a powerful jet of wate
  • Page 30 and 31: Another example of magnet power bei
  • Page 32 and 33: Moray's device could produce output
  • Page 34 and 35: Don Smith Nikola Tesla Don points o
  • Page 36 and 37: Stanley Meyer of the USA discovered
  • Page 38 and 39: 4. Motionless circuit Carlos Benite
  • Page 40 and 41: If you manage to buy a free-energy
  • Page 42 and 43: Another reason is that scientists n
  • Page 44 and 45: 2010 to 31st October 2010 but the C
  • Page 46 and 47: There are many other designs of per
  • Page 48 and 49: Toroidal shapes are clearly importa
  • Page 50 and 51: Howard Johnson’s Permanent Magnet
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    The “Carousel” Permanent Magnet

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    The motor operation is as simple as

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    This is a very interesting design o

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    The attraction forces between the t

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    This construction is relatively sim

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    The coil switching with the additio

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    Just five components are used. The

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    The output voltage on the pins mark

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    your current drive and coil allow t

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    And another design which has a larg

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    The housing has considerable cleara

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    The magnets are positioned at an an

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    For example, if the magnets are rot

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    Here, a simple disc rotor has four

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    Please note that this is an attempt

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    It is possible for all of the magne

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    Fig.5a is a view of the fastening d

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    Fig.8a shows the magnetic arrangeme

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    Fig.11 shows the arrangement of mag

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    surface of the rotor. In this view,

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    Fig.12b shows a schematic represent

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    Fig.15a shows the fastening device

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    Fig.18a shows the outer surfaces of

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    Fig.20 is a perspective view of the

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    However, when used as general shiel

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    of magnets, but each rotor will hav

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    Fig.2 is partially disassembled per

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    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTI

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    Fig.3A and Fig.3B represent a patte

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    wherein opposing magnetic poles are

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    centre positions. Alternatively, th

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    FIG. 3 is a diagrammatic perspectiv

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    1 - 74

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    FIG. 8 is a perspective view showin

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    FIG. 10E is a cross-sectional view

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    1 - 80

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    FIGS. 13A-13H are perspective views

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    FIG. 17 is a diagrammatic perspecti

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    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE EXAMPLE

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    in Figs.8-12B, the intermediate mag

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    Fig.5 shows a timing disk that repr

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    Figs.6A-6H presents additional view

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    Fig.6C shows the magnet carriers 4,

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    Turning now to Fig.7, the magnetic

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    As best shown in Fig.11, the stabil

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    power zones are centred at the 90°

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    It will be appreciated that additio

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    A Practical Guide to Free-Energy De

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    directions. The current flow in two

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    The core material used in the elect

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    There is a "sweet spot" for the pos

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    addition, not required to radiate w

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    CERTAIN PEOPLE. I WOULD REFER THE R

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    minutes running, will have reached

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    2 - 15

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    2 - 17

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    2 - 19

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    2 - 21

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    SPECIAL REPORT ON A NEW REVOLUTIONA

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    MODERN AETHER SCIENCE by Dr. Harold

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    SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTORS On April

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    I'm not sure where it came from, bu

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    So to recap, the things which are n

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    spaced intervals around the rotor.

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    Fig.1 shows a cross-sectional front

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    Fig.5 shows a graphical representat

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    Fig.9 shows a graphical representat

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    The system includes a stator 12 con

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    force on the rotor is 0 so that if

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    Fig.7 shows a graphical representat

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    An induced induction curve is then

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    stator coil is producing a like-pol

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    Tewari Paramahamsa’s ‘Reduced R

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    To accomplish this objective, accor

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    corresponding to each magnet of the

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    upward direction from the north pol

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    In Fig.6, the portion of the magnet

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    In Fig.8, the magnetic flux origina

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    minutes. That very long time is lik

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    The basic drive/generator unit can

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    Patent US 3,374,376 19th March 1968

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    Fig.2 and Fig.3 are perspective vie

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    The generator 100 shown in Fig.1 an

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    Fig.2, shows a modified generator 2

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    Fig.6 shows a test circuit designed

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    James Hardy’s Self-Powered Water-

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    Georges Mourier’s COP=10,000 Moto

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    Fig.2 and Fig.3, diagrammatically,

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    Fig.6 and Fig.9, two modifications

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    There is also added: the equation f

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    stator, and applied to the output 1

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    frequency which is determined withi

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    The second end-plate is then remove

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    The motor and the alternator are th

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    On the surface, it appears complete

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    This screen shot shows exactly the

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    I’m told that this coil-shorting

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    Lawrence Tseung’s COP=3.3 Pulsed-

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    In this particular arrangement, fiv

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    There are two side pieces which are

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    Here are two of the most simple cir

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    Contributor “UFOpolitics” point

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    When making an asymmetrical wound r

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    The commutator slip rings are conne

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    The Commutator brush marked “G”

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    ‘UFOpolitics’ comments on these

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    Second, there appear to be a flywhe

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    Lawrence Tseung’s Magnetic Frame.

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    Thane Heins has made use of this fa

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    The LED associated with the power b

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    taps and other elements of a transf

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    If the two sections of the primary

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    Fig.5 shows one more embodiment of

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    A transformer in accordance with th

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    A transformer according to the embo

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    Example 3. U-shaped ferrites were u

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    case power output of the core dropp

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    Figure 3. C-I and E-I with primary

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    The highly unusual feature of the d

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    The dotted lines indicate internal

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    The Alexkor Zero-Back-EMF Coils Ale

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    If these simple transformer arrange

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    The technique is to remove the plat

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    that the current flowing in wire 4

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    The methods for using the air-elect

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    Figure 1 - shows a basic circuit sy

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    Figure 6 - shows a fifth embodiment

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    Fig.4 shows another embodiment of t

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    A very important part of the above

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    of the electron-trap of the present

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    Fig.5 - is a perspective view of a

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    When winding these coils, for examp

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    Fig.8 shows how connections should

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    The direction of winding is vitally

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    3 - 56

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    InvertersRUs - $699 USD http://www.

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    The result of this is that there is

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    And later, five rods. His AC ammete

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    Alex isolates his set of 10 coil-pa

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    The ring shown in grey is a magnet

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    Free space presents a high reluctan

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    The loops and magnetisable member a

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    material such as the FINEMET FT-3H

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    The Motionless Generators of Heinri

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    Fig.4 explains a static energy puls

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    Fig.2 illustrates that on the gener

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    excitation circuit 13. Through appr

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    When the input coil is pulsed with

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    Fig.1 represents a basic configurat

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    Fig.5 is a first embodiment of the

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    Fig.10 is a basic configuration of

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    Next, removing the DC voltage appli

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    In Fig.5A, in a static magnet dynam

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    In these embodiments, the action of

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    The seventh embodiment is described

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    Anyone wanting to try replicating t

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    This coil operates effectively as a

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    The aluminium enclosure is shallow.

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    Here, the power supply to one or mo

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    Table 2 The results from Test No. 2

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    This generator unit includes a magn

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    The output passes through a UX-FOB

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    You need to read this document agai

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    system, when I fed C1 with high vol

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    A question arises: where is the cap

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    If you try to short-circuit points

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    the above illustration is an attemp

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    The true negative resistor in our s

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    For a spiral galaxy to maintain its

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    The Bloch wall area in an ordinary

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    When this happens the device square

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    produce only half the frequency tha

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    The high-voltage power source is ne

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    Using equation (c), we will be able

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    The E-TBC need a coil former for it

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    VF is the limit value when stepping

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    None of these things originate from

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    We can see it's exactly the same as

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    The copper sheet is electrified, an

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    3 - 146

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    3 - 148

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    The circuitry used is shown here: 3

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    Subsequently, a forum post by a Mex

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    3 - 154

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    Each bulb is 100 watts. The first b

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    As the large diameter coil is exact

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    created by the signal bouncing off

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    The connection to the pancake coil

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    The present invention is an electri

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    Fig.2 is a view of a resonating ele

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    When a circuit is made to resonate

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    Fig.7 shows the transmitter coil co

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    At AC frequencies of 10 kilohertz o

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    antennas and certain other componen

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    Finally, moving to a still shorter

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    The brown coil gets hot, and so the

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    The video shows a demonstration bei

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    Perhaps, the battery powers the inv

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    Answer: Here (pointing to the green

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    This provides two separate, indepen

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    We can see from this that a 500 gra

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    As the 555 timer has a maximum supp

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    The recommended material is fibregl

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    A video of this is located here: ht

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    Fig.2 is an electrical schematic il

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    Fig.7 is another alternative arrang

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    At the opposite end 34 of the close

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    Fig.7 shows an arrangement where th

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    electrodes, made from magnetisable

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    The Gas Processor normally has a co

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    (Cr) is a three-layer capacitor mad

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    Fig.5 above, displays the two diffe

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    There is a great difference between

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    The output from the secondary windi

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    A Practical Guide to Free-Energy De

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    large. The wheel itself should not

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    But what this diagram does not show

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    The Self-powered Generator of José

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    Fig.2 shows an alternative embodime

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    Other applications for this system

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    Let me stress again that the purpos

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    Most generators require to be spun

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    through the jets must not exceed si

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    ------------------- The only diffic

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    Which indicates the swing covers a

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    The tipping up of the lever arm dro

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    Johann Bessler made a fully working

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    After being given the sideways push

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    The wheel has an outer rim shown in

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    So, with WL pushing it clockwise, a

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    Murilo Luciano’s Gravity Chain Su

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    The description up to here has not

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    A washing machine has a maximum pow

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    The concrete or mortar used as a fi

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    This method provides a low-friction

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    When buoy 14 reaches the upper limi

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    Fig.5 shows an embodiment where whi

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    powerful. The helical groove method

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    either, or both of which can be uti

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    Fig.3, is a cross-sectional concept

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    the pump and positioned so that the

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    Fig.2 is a perspective upper view o

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    Bhaskara’s Gravity Wheel I have r

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    Just by lengthening the tube, there

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    little effort was needed to move th

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    The fact that the output is 3-phase

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    We do have to input some power to r

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    Using a commercial module like this

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    Then the four pieces are screwed to

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    An 18 mm thick timber strip is scre

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    epoxy resin (purple). This allows f

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    The electrical connections are quit

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    change of voltage and frequency. It

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    John Bedini’s Battery-Charging Ci

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    Consider the Electrodyne Corp. circ

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    A practical construction method mig

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    It is interesting to note that in t

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    Here, the batteries are switched ar

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    Using this circuit as the clock sig

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    The output transistors are expected

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    5 - 18

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    The timing and switching circuits f

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    The capacitor bank 1, is connected

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    Here, primary winding 50 is connect

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    The system may be still further sim

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    An essential part of this design wh

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    PRIMARY WINDINGS Spark Length Wire

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    Carlos Benitez Patent GB 121,561 24

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    34 of an electrolytic rectifier who

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    It is well known how the mechanical

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    In other words, the motor 27-28, ap

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    When connected in parallel, the cap

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    Fig.4 shows the electrical diagram

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    and S2 then connect the capacitors

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    of the current circulating from thi

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    driver circuit, and this lets him l

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    When all of the parts have been mou

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    It is important to notice how the c

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    The main winding is 300 turns of AW

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    When working with these circuits, I

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    This section of pipe is "bi-filar"

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    and the voltage pulses in this outp

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    This circuit has an input current o

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    Batteries which are almost fully di

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    Perpetual Lighting circuit: Higher

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    Johnny stress that this circuit gen

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    These have the enormous advantage o

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    And seen from the top: 6. The board

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    watts, so we might consider swappin

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    Mounted on the end of the box is a

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    would have broken the glass. Powere

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    In 1872, Elihu Thomson took a large

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    coil. This stopped the streamers bu

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    While Tesla’s experiment used a m

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    capture cold electricity to drive a

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    Normal working transformers have am

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    According to the patent, each of th

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    It is easy, using an output power t

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    The ‘B’ coil, wound with 23 AWG

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    Joseph H. Cater Joseph comments: Th

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    etc. etc. Oleg was awarded some 70

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    A perpetual washout of the surface

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    Chapter 6: Pulse-Charging Battery S

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    slope. This is a very neat arrangem

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    overcharged or charged with an exce

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    Having graded the magnets in order

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    The three coils produced in this wa

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    The circuit used with this device i

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    While this looks like a fairly larg

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    It is important to realise that the

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    The distance between the shears and

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    output operates at COP>10 which is

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    Using a very small and weak magnet,

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    You must connect the REAC directly

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    The rotor weighs about five pounds

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    This produces two separate coil cha

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    excessively high voltage. In this c

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    The ‘Alexkor’ Solid-State Batte

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    As can be seen from the photographs

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    The coil is wound on a hollow forme

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    The transistor drive to the battery

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    This circuit uses the PLA inductor

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    You will notice in the circuit, tha

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    Be very careful with this circuit a

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    The frame is made from two pieces o

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    Given a couple of minutes of gentle

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    But suppose we were to reduce that

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    Maplins have 2.7V super capacitors

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    pins 1 and 4 are open-circuit, no c

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    Fig.4 shows how wedge-shaped electr

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    * * * * Nowadays, we find mains vol

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    Here, the steady-state DC voltage f

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    You will notice here that each prim

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    inventions and devices have been bu

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    A Fast-Charge Joule Thief Variation

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    Charles states that the low coil re

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    electricity, or to any conducting b

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    The plates t and t' are connected i

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    This application is a division of a

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    The aerial wire is several metres l

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    The plate is positioned between 3 a

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    7 - 13

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    Moray’s equipment is said to have

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    The tube shown above has a six-laye

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    Moray King suggests that the circui

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    The diagram shown above is reproduc

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    A report from 1929 says: It is now

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    motor or an electric jet far exceed

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    frequency are sent out from the sta

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    A specific case, in which the elect

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    This is supposed to be the construc

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    etween the aerial and the earth,

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    Abstract: This patent describes an

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    These waves are passed to the conve

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    Here, there are three sets of diode

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    An adjustable spark gap is used. It

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    Troposphere, itself, is also compre

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    Fig.2: Is an illustration of the Ea

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    In order to capture and convert the

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    joule of energy at any desired time

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    Quite a number of electrostatic gen

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    Looking at the drawings in more det

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    In spite of the fact that the secon

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    Fig.3 is a perspective view of anot

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    Fig.7 is a circuit diagram of anoth

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    Referring initially to Fig.1, there

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    ating of the system is low relative

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    The upper family of curves are capa

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    It is apparent that the power conve

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    The Principle For there to be a gre

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    as the coronal discharge would be m

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    Now, the same boat, weighing exactl

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    is a vertical transverse cross-sect

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    The low-pressure air at point “A

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    According to prior practices, super

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    Fig.1 is a cross-sectional side vie

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    Fig.5 is a cross-sectional view tak

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    Referring to Fig.1 and Fig.2, a sup

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    portions. Thus, the shaft 18 need n

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    This device does things which you w

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    in these areas, since at certain ti

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    eplaced the engine head with his ow

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    HV spark coil initiation driver; V

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    4,106,304 Thermodynamic Compressor

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    Fig.2 is an end view of the device.

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    the heat transfer fluid must be fre

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    Fig.1 is a cross section and Fig.2

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    DESCRIPTION OF PREFERRED EMBODIMENT

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    egenerative heat exchanger, exchang

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    Fig.1 is a cross section of one for

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    Fig.1 shows a cross section of one

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    Fig.4 shows a detail of the first-f

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    This is clearly a development platf

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    in the invention of the heat pump i

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    Fig.1 is a partially sectioned sche

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    A Practical Guide to Free-Energy De

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    Thomas Trawoeger’s Electricity-Pr

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    instantly. This happens far, far fa

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    2. Discover the ‘focal-length’

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    Sceptics will immediately say that

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    This frame of copper piping is not

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    The left hand side hole in the copp

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    A voltmeter can be used to check th

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    He found that his pyramid duplicate

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    James presents the results like thi

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    energy indefinitely, a glassful tak

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    The positive pole was attached to t

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    Remember that with all types of pyr

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    edge of each of the upper floors an

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    The coil was then placed on a 1/4"

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    the pyramid. Some, passing through

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    gained if the replication is succes

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    non-metallic support, if necessary.

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    drawn from the local environment an

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    The Materials needed for Constructi

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    Please accept my apologies if the f

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    When assembled, the arrangement sho

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    Cut a six-inch (150 mm) diameter li

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    The construction of the basic unit

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    The inverted cone section appears t

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    concentrated (invisible) energy lea

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    emain airtight. A slight timing adj

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    If you consider it necessary to cle

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    checking the resistance between the

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    I do not recommend any form of bubb

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    The inner cylinders should be const

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    It should be pointed out that Joe C

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    The wire diameter has an effect and

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    e reached almost immediately. The n

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    Electrets Constructed from Co-axial

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    Unfamiliar terms such as “Gans”

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    We also have information from John

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    the same output socket strip and fu

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    As a consequence of this, it is pos

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    Of course, it would not be practica

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    Here, the partitions are fixed in p

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    There are many varieties of stainle

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    These materials are highly caustic

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    When using a PWM controller, it is

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    One other thing is how to deal with

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    Where the first bubbler is close to

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    The advantages of this design are t

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    surface area and provides a surface

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    stainless steel is not particularly

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    The electric drive to the electroly

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    It is possible that seven sets of t

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    The construction details for this b

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    and: The mesh material looks like t

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    The connecting pipes are a clear pl

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    HHO production at around 16 amps lo

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    electrodes, but it is probable that

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    These are to make sure that the des

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    Connected electrically as shown, ev

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    The gas production rate is so high

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    The mounting rings for the tubes ca

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    A ring of nine evenly-spaced inner

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    This cross-sectional view may be sl

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    The motor driving Dave’s alternat

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    This is the section of the circuit

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    So, putting them together, and allo

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    the output from four of these cells

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    Although using a ferrite ring is pr

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    Some organ pipes are fine-tuned by

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    well water. The objective is to red

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    “spring” and stresses its impor

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    has been shown to be the most effec

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    Resonance. Water-splitters only ope

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    The two air-core coils are wound se

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    socket of the generator with variou

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    A third method is to use a small ca

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    The forces imposed on the piston's

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    An alternative is to attach a stron

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    This arrangement is perfectly capab

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    The Step-by-Step Conversion of a Ge

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    The PVC plastic fittings are a ½

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    Next, a piece of ¼” (6 mm) thick

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    The manual Pull-start and the gener

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    1. Mark the casing of the engine in

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    8. Most small petrol engines have t

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    The method which Selwyn uses to blo

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    One important point which David str

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    You can contact David at dahq@clear

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    For larger engines aimed at produci

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    The reflected light is shown here i

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    However, Stan's preference is to us

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    The Use of Water in Engines. I can

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    The graph shows the pressure within

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    The “Respirator” This simple de

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    The vortex is created by cutting an

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    Ted has fitted a different style of

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    It was hoped that these plugs would

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    A glass jar has the advantage of no

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    There have been more than 200 paten

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    egulations because he knew tail pip

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    He knew a bargain with the devil co

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    You will notice that the fuel level

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    carburettors have the massive advan

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    The Weird Nature of Water and Advan

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    Steve Ryan, a man living in Aucklan

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    Between the electrolysis electrode

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    Cavitation bubbles form in the low-

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    Fig.2 illustrates the inventor's co

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    Fig.5 illustrates properties of SG

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    The important functionalities in th

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    Instead of melting a substrate, the

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    Table 2: Uses for SG Gas Infused wa

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    ut the flame temperature of the gas

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    One point which should be noted is

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    Please bear in mind that should you

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    With this amount of information on

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    US Treasury Bonds, Notes and Bills.

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    On 2nd March 2007, US General Wesle

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    everything in your power to bring t

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    makes it hard to obtain useful ener

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    limitation on what can be legitimat

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    Fig.3 illustrates a mutually inclin

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    The two capacitors of a pair are pr

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    connections with other particles th

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    impending energy crisis will be avo

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    Where the active pick-up plates R a

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    The lifting force is given by: Lore

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    This can also be seen in the Casimi

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    We tend to think of the battle for

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    (A) A coil-shaped electron (shown i

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    Helium [the only electrically geome

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    (2E) As gravity radiation propagate

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    Maurice also comments on the recent

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    John Searle’s Permanent Magnet Dr

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    The white noise is generated by the

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    The voltage generated for any given

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    And if you are going to have eight,

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    With this arrangement, for each rot

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    insights: It appears that Maxwell a

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    actions of a gyroscope: Here, if th

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    This is considered to be the magnet

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    of that same South end, they spin

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    Joseph then built a smaller version

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    This is normal and what we would ex

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    Fig.2 is a perspective view of my i

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    You will notice that the direction

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    If you build this circuit and get i

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    The fluid to be heated is usually a

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    Fig.2 is a side view and a section

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    In Fig.3, the impeller 22 is shown

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    BACKGROUND Many heat transfer syste

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    Fig.4 shows an exemplary resistor i

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    are typically made of a material ha

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    flying discs, built by humans and c

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    US 3,946,970, Ben Blankenship US 4,

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    Left: Inventor Karl Schappeller Rig

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    substituted by dogma. Whether we li

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    Bloch Wall, a gravity wave source a

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    In our example of a theoretical Rev

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    In this interpretation of this diag

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    There are some solutions connected

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    venturi effect of the water flow pa

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    Fig.2 is a side section view of an

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    Detailed Description of the Preferr

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    As more clearly seen in Fig.2 and F

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    Fig.5A illustrates the distribution

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    This graph clearly shows that even

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    do to the planet? We did not fry an

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    people who caused that devastation.

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    Rapid, Inexpensive and Safe Discove

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    Now there has been a cure, a known

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    ‘just a minute - I must have done

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    give all of your attention to these

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    Physicists argue that particle acce

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    in diameter and beyond that point,

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    Mr Cater then goes on to resolve th

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    particle physics which assumed an e

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    The evidence concerning spaceship p

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    charge (“ESU”). The ratio EMU /

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    The ether particles normally bombar

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    of particles inside and below the p

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    astronomical distances. His revelat

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    230,000 miles and Saturn about 200,

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    When an EMF is applied to a conduct

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    production also occurs. Adequate qu

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    another monstrous hoax! It could be

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    A Practical Guide to Free-Energy De

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    Shown on the right, is the way that

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    The details above give you all the

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    What is the voltage at point ‘A

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    This principle applies immediately

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    current just calculated would commo

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    Since the meter reading is zero, th

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    The most effective method of connec

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    device can generally be substituted

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    With the circuit shown here, the va

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    If the battery is genuinely 12-volt

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    And if you type in T13009 as the pa

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    We want an NPN transistor and so th

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    By skipping the alternating current

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    second. It would be reasonable to a

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    And this is the side view: Ben has

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    Magnetism is a field which has not

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    Here, we have the situation shown i

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    not have the case isolated from the

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    When powered down, the capacitor

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    If neither of the press-button swit

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    This circuit operates the same way

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    If the two inputs of a NAND gate ar

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    This circuit is comprised of a rain

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    so we will modify the first gate ci

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    And here, a monostable: And here ar

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    Here, the 33K resistor has been rep

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    Which indicates that to get the cir

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    The output of the 555 chip is then

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    line. A current-limiting resistor i

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    This chip draws only half of one mi

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    The 4.7K resistor and LEDs are only

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    detoxification. Carefully monitor s

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    Difficult circuit - huh! Are you su

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    When the voltage is first applied t

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    If you would like to see additional

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    high-current circuitry. The diode (

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    At startup, output 10 of the first

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    A standard 9-pin computer socket ha

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    Here, the resistor "R1" limits the

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    If two capacitors are wired in seri

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    capacitor voltage will not be 100 v

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    Both the voltage and the current ar

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    People who try to replicate Don’s

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    Due to the short-circuiting, the vo

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    2. The local hardware shop has chea

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    where the horizontal strips are num

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    amount of heat is run into the join

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    The really excellent non-battery (e

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    However, there is no need to spend

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    The higher the frequency which the

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    insert the piece of glass between t

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    A Practical Guide to Free-Energy De

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    particles on one of the discs and t

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    If a copper disc is rotated in a ma

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    This appears to contradict the “l

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    The Mini Romag generator from Magne

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    18. An acrylic ring is used to hold

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    During the demonstration was used t

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    and negative terminals, I used two

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    Fig.1 is a schematic view of the sy

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    DESCRIPTION This invention is a sys

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    This power is used to power the ele

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    you, the reader, to be aware that s

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    The versions of this cell design sh

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    then it is worth fitting a separate

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    The wire used for the coil is heavy

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    The other important part of this jo

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    When the electrolyte level drops be

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    Note: In this application the D18 c

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    the equation with the two NOH cells

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    tank will be less volatile, with bi

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    On one of the “fast” horizontal

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    The output of the 741 integrated ci

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    Hydrogen from Aluminium. Since 2003

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    a serious pollutant as it is highly

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    The external power source shown abo

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    Here, the drive coils are both put

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    simply, using everyday examples. Af

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    Magnetic Fields In the case of the

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    Normally, water level is horizontal

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    • (A) An outside reservoir waits

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    If someone were to switch off the i

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    In each case, the battery current f

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    A ring of ventilation holes is dril

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    Mr Teslonian’s Heating / Fuel-pro

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    improvement as smoke inhalation for

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    US 7,014,740 in March 2006 - Electr

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    We are heating up the shop with onl

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    up around it by the action of the f

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    As the discs spin, the oil is pushe

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    on a regular basis, it is also nece

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    14 - 18

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    The Series-connected Heater. While

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    The link for this is: http://homepo

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    The vertical housing 22 shown dotte

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    *********************** Solar Ovens

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    A friend of mine who is also a Phys

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    To form the funnel, you will bring

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    Remember: Sunlight can hurt the eye

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    An aluminised-mylar Solar Funnel Co

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    During the day, the sun's rays are

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    Christopher McMillan and Steven E.

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    eady-made programs that can be uplo

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    Channel 1 (Ch1) was the mirror fini

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    Boiling contaminated water How can

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    ("MYVEROL" 18-06K, Eastman Kodak Co

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    temperature and perform tests befor

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    Making the Base Take a large box an

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    Bend the ends of the wire as shown

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    An emergency measure where water is

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    14 - 56

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    Very simple systems: It is usually

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    Water Purity and Quality There are

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    Fig.1 is a schematic illustration o

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    Fig.6 is a top plan view of an open

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    It will be observed for Fig.2 and F

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    The space between the electrodes ca

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    Kimbal Musk’s “Urban Farming Ac

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    With this arrangement, the piston a

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    The Ram Self-Powered Pump. In hilly

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    Discouraging Mosquitoes and Small F

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    Here, a large opening allows the se

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    The buoys are also linked together

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    Our invention relates to the art of

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    construction. That lowering in cost

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    would be electric lighting at night

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    The results were most revealing: Th

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    This is, of course, a perfectly ord

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    Here, the weight of the solar panel

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    Of course, it is not essential to u

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    7. Using the same sheet material (o

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    If a variable resistor with an inte

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    c. To complete the wiring, the thre

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    This connects the meter directly ac

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    6. When you have corrected the wiri

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    14. Ten metres of insulated, strand

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    system to be extended and improved

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    An early prototype of this style of

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    1. Eight batteries switched in: var

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    It is possible to design a lamp whi

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    The Chinese LM2587 DC-DC converter

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    the cyclist pedals in a reclining p

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    The particular fan and pump used dr

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    The main construction is with vehic

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    prevailing at that time. The landow

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    The objective of a lawyer is to mak

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    talking to the LEGAL PERSONALITY an

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    "Officer, I am a peaceful man, ther

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    The conglomeration of privately own

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    The fractional reserve policy perpe

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    therefore seriously affect your ind

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    "Should Germany merchandise (do bus

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    Kennedy's United States Notes were

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    President Nicolas Sarkozy reportedl

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    The Economic Hit-Men It is one of t

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    Fruit didn’t like that so much, s

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    Venezuela 2002: It is interesting t

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    Libya 2011: If the ruler of a count

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    mortgage contract is not valid in l

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    part 1 http://www.zshare.net/audio/

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    The police officer then asks Ed for

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    The group is articulate, well educa

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    Article 2 paragraph 1 of the United

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    Temples agenda for total control of

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    We can see this in the current agen

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    Hambros Bank S.G Warburg Toronto Do

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    Glovers: Margaret Thatcher, Sir Joh

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    you vote in to represent you, are t

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    it was agreed that a nation or worl

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    persuader. Mr. Rothschild loaned hi

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    Class 3 industries are those which

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    y printing money beyond the limit o

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    In the design of an economic amplif

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    Political sensitivity: (1) Beliefs

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    (a) Unrelenting emotional affronts

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    Summary The people hire the politic

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    The emotional pressure for self-pre

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    which had been minimal up to then,

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    of Africa, the biggest improvements

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    Reporting an unexpected building co

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    indicated speed at such a low altit

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    If you have the space and the sunsh

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    There are many high-performance alt

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    This motor operates by moving the m

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    This project needs patience as each

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    John Bedini’s Simple School Girl

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    energy generated. A standard Tesla

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    years. Several of these in a single

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    Frank Prentice’s Ground Aerial Sy

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    Tariel Kapanadze’s Electrical Gen

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    operates, then you could go for jus

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    threatened by the introduction of a

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    Answer: This subject has come up se

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    acetone - which, incidentally, is a

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    zero-point energy collection proces

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    gather is not unusual for him. I am

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    If you place two circular steel fla

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    An alternative construction is wher

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    number of turns in the coil of Don

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    to get 6 litres per minute). There

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    placed on opposite sides of the bea

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    They own agencies such as CAT and u

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    Here, the NPN transistor base is fe

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    The 555 timing resistor ‘R’ can

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    Initially, power is provided by a s

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    then it is available in various len

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    With this arrangement which was int

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    With that particular arrangement, f

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    There is no need for any additional

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    Measure the length A to B, B to C,

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    Draw parallel lines 20 mm apart, ru

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    AWG Dia mm Area SWG Dia mm Area Max

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    To start winding a coil, drill a ve

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    Personally, I would like the screws

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    Then, put the rotor in position, th

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    is pretty certain for a coil with m

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    When a magnet passes close to a coi

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    The toroid used is probably the 22.

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    Fig.2 Orthogonal coils interact wit

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    3. Thirdly, it depends on the speed

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    This idea is quite simple and consi

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    Fig. 12. The direction of the magne

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    Fig. 16. Schematic from the Donald

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    As a special case, this field can b

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    And then there is the very rough an

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    the six coils. Huh? Maybe I’m mis

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    These come with a mounting bar and

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    an electric drill used to spin the

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    When the motor is positioned exactl

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    The John Bedini arrangement has jus

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    This is the same as William Skinner

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    The DC motor is provided power in t

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    Here, the large flywheel “A” is

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    The wheel has a diameter of two met

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    When cutting or grinding always wea

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    sticking out of one side of the hub

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    And when the pieces are positioned

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    The main flywheel drive is caused b

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    I suggest that a timber lath is use

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    The next step is to build the base

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    To support the intermediate pulley

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    as the speed of the blade is liable

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    attery “A” which powers the cir

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    The three strands of wire which for

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    coils will be the same as the first

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    It is connected into the circuit li

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    Using two LED arrays side by side i

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    A Practical Guide to Free-Energy De

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    you need to understand that everyth

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    The operational part of the circuit

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    The dimensions of the pieces are as

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    Side panel (2 required) These panel

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    However, to put the level of danger

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    We now have reached the specialist

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    We also need to combine capacitors

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    The output of the Variac is still m

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    The rectangle will have four spark

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    The dimensions for constructing thi

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    The piece of aluminium angle has th

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    And each was inserted into an axial

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    The copper pipe used in these aeria

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    In order to connect up the two aeri

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    When the coating on both coils has

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    in my body! It works and cost penni

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    FRANK FECERA: PERMANENT MAGNET MOTO

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    demarcation between the south pole

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    Fig.1B is a schematic perspective d

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    Fig.5 is an schematic plan view of

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    Fig.8B is a schematic sectional vie

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    Fig.11A is a plan view of a rotor a

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    Fig.14 is a plan view of a rotary c

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    Fig.17 is an elevational end view o

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    Accordingly, using the aforemention

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    made of a non-magnetic metal such a

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    and the second magnetic field is su

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    Referring now to Fig.1C, Fig.2 and

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    Referring now to Figs. 6, 7A, 8A an

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    oscillation cycle is then repeated

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    Referring now to Fig.6 and Fig.8C a

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    Referring now to Fig.7A, Fig.8A, Fi

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    preferred embodiment is identical t

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    As shown in Fig.11B, the rail 80' h

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    The thirteenth preferred embodiment

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    Referring now to Fig.15A and Fig.15

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    Preferably, the fifteenth preferred

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    magnet (24) having a north pole, a

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    HOWARD JOHNSON: PERMANENT MAGNET MO

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    imposed upon the armature magnets a

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    DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODI

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    Upon the armature magnet being reve

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    9. In a permanent magnet motor as i

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    HAROLD EWING: THE CAROUSEL ELECTRIC

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    Fig.2 is a cross-sectional view of

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    Fig.5 is a partial perspective view

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    Fig.11 is a perspective presentatio

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    DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODI

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    In an early implementation of the i

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    Fig.6 shows a similar flux pattern

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    series-connected odd/even pairs as

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    It is also possible to operate the

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    PAVEL IMRIS: OPTICAL GENERATOR US P

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    DESCRIPTION OF THE ILLUSTRATED EMBO

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    To demonstrate the increased effici

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    Table 2 Fluorescent Lamp Section A

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    In Fig.3, still another embodiment

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    Fig.1 is a side elevation of one fo

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    flow produced by a thermo couple. I

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    Fig.6 illustrates that the load as

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    Fig.1 is a cross sectional view of

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    Fig.6 illustrates generation of the

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    As shown in Fig.2, rotational axis

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    At this time, a magnetic circuit in

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    Table 1 50% Electricity Used 100% E

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    ALBERTO MOLINA-MARTINEZ: ELECTRICAL

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    DESCRIPTION OF DRAWINGS Fig.1 shows

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    Fig.4 shows a two-piece single lami

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    Fig.7 shows the rotational magnetic

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    The present invention is a Continuo

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    OPERATING THE GENERATOR The Continu

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    Placed after the variable transform

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    DRAWINGS These and other features a

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    In Fig.2, the electric power pack 1

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    alance of the preferred composition

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    opposite fixed elements during the

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    Fig.3 is a perspective view of a ty

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    Fig.8 is an exploded perspective vi

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    Fig.12 is a sectional view, taken a

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    Fig.18 is an electrical schematic d

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    elatively high frequency pulses to

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    material 90, which insulates the el

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    capacitor bank across a spark gap f

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    Similarly, in step 1, rotor arm 86

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    A rotor cage on a shaft journaled i

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    Capacitor means connected with said

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    EDWIN GRAY: POWER SUPPLY US Patent

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    produced by the abrupt withdrawal o

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    Fig.2, Fig.3, and Fig.4 show the me

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    ASPDEN & ADAMS: MOTOR/GENERATOR Pat

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    to the angular position of the roto

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    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS F

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    Fig.6 shows the form of a disc memb

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    that 'yawing' action. It means that

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    The rotor spindle 6 is coupled with

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    substance of high tensile strength,

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    the rotor polarisation as stator an

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    WILLIAM BARBAT: POWER GENERATOR Pat

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    of autos in the US in the mid-1920s

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    Fig.1A is a perspective view schema

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    Fig.3 is an electrical schematic di

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    Fig.8 is a schematic end-view showi

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    Fig.10B is a schematic end-view of

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    Another principle that is important

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    ions spinning around each other cou

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    elationship is similar to the induc

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    In an energy-magnifying coil 24 mad

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    Reference is now made to Fig.3, whi

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    Cadmium sulphide and cadmium seleni

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    Fig.6 provides a perspective view o

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    are connected in the feed-back loop

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    The portion of the inwardly directe

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    incandescent lamps. LEDs are also p

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    JOHN REARDON: AC GENERATOR US Paten

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    Fig.2 is a side view representation

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    Fig.1 and Fig.2 show a clear depict

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    in the method of producing power of

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    (6) For 1400 RPM for 2300T coil wit

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    (E) 1200 RPM for a 2200 turn coil V

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    The extrapolated voltages for the i

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    1300 RPM 1100 to 2200 Turns 1100 to

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    CLAIMS 1. A generator for providing

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    interaction with the magnetic field

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    Fig.2 shows an axial cross-section

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    Fig.6 is a section along the line V

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    As shown in Fig.1, a charged partic

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    It is envisaged that, in the case o

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    In that form of the invention shown

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    into an electric potential at the e

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    ROBERT ALEXANDER: INCREASING ELECTR

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    Fig.2 is a diagram of a typical com

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    transformer function as well as a g

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    circumferentially progressive windi

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    SHIGEAKI HAYASAKA: INDUCTION GENERA

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    ing. In other words, a unipolar ind

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    Fig.10 is a diagram showing a wavef

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    Fig.4A and Fig.4B show the single-o

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    As shown in Fig.6B, the magnetic fl

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    Fig.8A and Fig.8B show a second emb

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    flux lines periodically increase an

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    5. The induction generator having a

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    LARRY JAMISON: ELECTRICAL ENERGISER

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    Fig.4 is an exploded perspective vi

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    A cooling fan 54, is also mounted o

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    2. A system as in Claim 1, where th

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    the electromagnets in the above man

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    FIG. 3 is a rear elevational view o

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    A - 264

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    A - 266

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    Fig.5B is an illustrative view show

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    A - 270

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    FIGS. 11A through 11H are illustrat

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    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF PREFERRED E

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    flux 14d converges toward the elect

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    etween the magnetic body 140 and th

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    JOSEPH NEWMAN: ENERGY GENERATOR Pat

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    Fig.1 is a schematic, side view in

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    driving a rotatable magnet, wherein

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    -Second Embodiment (Fig.3) A furthe

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    devices which measure the amount of

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    atoms of coil 205 to extremely quic

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    ) When the electric current from ba

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    Varying the D.C. voltage for the ba

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    . arranging said structure to utili

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    PHILIP BRODY: FERROELECTRIC CERAMIC

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    possible and contemplated but would

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    Fig.6 is a graphical illustration o

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    Fig.9 is a diagram illustrating the

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    Fig.13, is diagram illustrating the

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    Fig.17 is a diagram illustrating th

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    Fig.21 is a cross-sectional diagram

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    Fig.27 is a schematic illustration

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    Fig.30 is a cross-sectional elevati

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    Fig.34 illustrates how the image st

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    The current that has been plotted h

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    Such a space charge cannot occupy a

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    Solving the general problem of scre

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    A - 324

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    A - 326

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    i.e., the photo-voltage is proporti

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    dependent upon the "stored" remanen

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    light constituting the "light penci

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    the photovoltaic output of the ferr

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    9. A display apparatus as defined i

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    CHARLES FLYNN: MAGNETIC FRAME Paten

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    For a better understanding of the p

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    Fig.7, Fig.8 and Fig.9 are side vie

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    Figs.10, 10A-10H are perspective vi

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    A - 346

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    Figs.13A-13C are side views of a pe

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    Figs.16A-E are a side view of a lin

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    Figs.18A-18E show a linear motion d

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    A - 354

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    Fig.22 is an assembled, cut-away vi

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    Figs.29A-29D are end views of the r

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    Fig.33 is a side view of the rotary

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    Figs.39A-39D are top views of the r

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    Figs.45A-45C and Figs.45X-45Z are s

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    Fig.46 is a schematic view of the p

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    Referring now to the drawings, Figs

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    Referring now to Fig.3 and Fig.4, t

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    The basic device utilised to achiev

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    In its simplest form a two path per

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    In Fig.11F the path of each magneti

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    As shown in Fig.13B when coils 122,

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    the path which includes armature 12

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    In this regard, reference is made t

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    Pole piece 444 includes five path p

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    Figs.21A-21E illustrate top views o

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    As shown in Fig.21E, just after rot

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    The ends of the stator pole pieces

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    Referring again to motor 580 of Fig

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    Rotation of device 650 can be achie

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    A fourth embodiment of a rotary mot

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    In Fig.43 a circuit 840 for control

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    In Fig.45C coils 920, 922 are energ

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    coil couples with the flux of the o

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    Fig.49 shows another embodiment 103

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    15. The permanent magnet device of

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    positioned between the first path p

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    38. A permanent magnet device compr

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    circuit paths, generating an altern

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    current driven through the first in

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    Figure 6B is a graphical view of a

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    Figure 11 is a front elevation of t

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    invention is provided with an advan

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    48 watts for each of the two output

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    from said permanent magnet within s

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    20. The electromagnetic generator o

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    Magnetostrictive Acoustic Wave Tran

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    A - 430

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    of the permanent magnet transformer

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    JOHN BEDINI: BATTERY CHARGER United

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    That is, the motor is designed to d

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    A - 438

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    Fig.1 is a perspective side view of

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    First, the switch 12 is closed. Bec

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    One feature that distinguishes this

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    magnetics into the rotor and flywhe

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    The present motor utilises this ava

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    13. No. 4,916,346 to Kliman, Compos

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    Fig.1a is a side view of a timing w

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    available from the fields that are

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    JOHN BEDINI: BATTERY PULSE CHARGER

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    Fig.1 is a schematic drawing of a s

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    Fig.3 is a schematic drawing of a c

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    Fig.1 is a schematic drawing of the

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    Fig.2 is a schematic drawing of a c

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    channel MOSFETs 18a and 18b, and th

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    21. The pulse-charger of claim 13 w

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    RICHARD WEIR and CARL NELSON US Pat

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    Formula 1, as indicated in F. Sears

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    This EESU will have the potential t

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    compositional and particle-size uni

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    Calculation of minimum amount of (C

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    100 Angstrom units = 10 -6 cm 1.0 m

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    From the above description, it will

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    17. The method of claim 1 wherein t

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    Fig.2 is a diagrammatic view of the

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    Fig.8 shows a unipolar connection f

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    Fig.16 is an arrangement with coupl

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    Fig.25 and Fig.26 show modified col

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    Fig.27 shows a second method of con

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    Fig.29 shows the simplest form of c

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    Fig.33 is a modified form of Fig.32

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    Fig.36 shows an incandescent collec

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    The high frequency of the oscillati

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    In Fig.4, spark gap 7 is shunted ac

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    Fig.10 shows a motor circuit with p

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    e let off automatically. I have emp

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    In addition to this substantial imp

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    E 2 . The working circuit, consisti

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    sufficiently large diameter, allows

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    In Fig.27 the current producing net

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    per metre difference in height, a s

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    caused to become incandescent by me

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    Figs.34-37 represent further diagra

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    ROY MEYERS Patent GB1913,01098 14th

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    Fig.4 is a detail view, partly in e

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    Fig.8 is a diagrammatic view of one

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    electrode 13 and conductor of inten

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    PAULO and ALEXANDRA CORREA Pat. App

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    Finally, the third sub-type may be

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    Tesla thought that his motor was pa

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    a natural source of such radiation,

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    Fig.7 to Fig.11 show modifications

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    Fig.14 to Fig.17 show schematic dia

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    Fig.19 is a schematic diagram of a

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    opposite to a Casimir force) on bot

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    ut now notice how the frequency ter

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    If however the plate R is connected

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    capacitors 38, bridge rectifier 40

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    the full wave divider 8, 10, feeds

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    These results indicate that, when w

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    One of the interesting features of

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    if an external or natural source of

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    1. Field of the Invention: This inv

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    Fig.4 shows PAGD frequency variatio

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    Fig.8 is a schematic diagram of a f

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    Fig.11 is a modification of Fig.9,

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    Fig.15A and Fig.15B show resistive

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    Fig.18 shows resistive discharge sl

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    constituting the residual gas mixtu

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    Confirmation of the importance of t

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    Solutions to this problem were expl

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    Fig.12 essentially represents a dup

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    In an analogous fashion, we analyse

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    Data from runs 1 through 4 demonstr

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    Finally, an example of the correlat

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    ate of degradation of the absolute

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    extinguishing and self-starting, un

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    esistive and Nottingham heating to

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    particles. The observation of ion c

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    A - 596

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    A - 598

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    A - 600

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    20. A method according to claim 19,

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    3,882,503 to Gamara. The Gamara sys

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    Fig.2 is a front view of the receiv

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    Fig.4 is a front view of the substr

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    Fig.8 is a graph showing an imagina

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    A - 612

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    A - 614

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    A - 616

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    A - 618

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    STANLEY MEYER US Patent 4,936,961 J

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    DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODI

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    In the Example of a fuel cell circu

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    that the force of the electrical fi

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    valve. The exhaust gasses from the

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    Fig.5 is a schematic drawing in a t

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    To replenish the expended water, th

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    The intake air 14 may be in a carbu

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    een achieved. These co-pending appl

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    The present invention is principall

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    With particular reference Fig.1 the

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    STANLEY MEYER US Patent 5,149,407 2

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    Fig.3 shows a perspective of a “w

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    Fig.5B shows an alternative final s

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    A - 648

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    Fig.9 shows an alternative electric

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    When a unipolar voltage pulse train

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    In achieving resonance in any circu

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    as shown in Fig.7 is utilised as a

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    The electron extraction process is

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    Fig.1 figuratively illustrates the

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    Fig.3 and Fig.3A show the side and

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    Fig.6 depicts the inter-relationshi

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    Although the mixing zone, the volta

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    To ensure proper flame projection a

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    STANLEY MEYER Patent WO 92/07861 2n

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    Fig.3 shows an analog voltage gener

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    Fig.7 is a phase lock circuit. Fig.

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    Fig.11 is a gas feedback control ci

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    selected in accordance with the max

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    STEPHEN MEYER Patent application US

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    are provided to start 280, stop 290

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    Fig.5 shows the composite signals a

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    The MLS-HFS shown in Fig.1, is a hy

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    5. The system according to Claim 1

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    Table 1: Relative Prices in Dollars

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    Component 2: The Thermodynamic Devi

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    Figure 5: Electron Orbitals 3. Elec

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    n = ΔG (J/mol) / ΔGe (J/mol) =

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    Against this ideal standard of effi

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    BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION The sci

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    Fig.4 is an illustration of the hyd

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    Fig.6 is an illustration of a rippl

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    Fig.9 is an illustration of water m

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    Figs.14A, B, and C are energy diagr

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    The coaxial electrode system is spe

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    the nuclear spin relaxation oscilla

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    Stage E: The Anatomy of the Barrier

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    The energy output of Component I is

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    In practical applications, the ener

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    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS T

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    In Fig.1, an electrolysis cell 10,

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    While a preferred embodiment of the

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    It is another object of the present

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    Fig.2 is a side view of a cell for

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    Fig.4a is a diagram illustrating a

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    Fig.7 is a side view of a cell for

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    Fig.9 is as electronic circuit diag

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    Fig.3 illustrates a cell having a c

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    mixture of parahydrogen and orthohy

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    CHARLES GARRETT US Patent 2,006,676

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    Figure 2 is a modified form. A - 74

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    Figure 4 is a wiring diagram for th

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    The structure shown in Fig.2 is sub

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    ARCHIE BLUE US Patent 4,124,463 7th

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    Fig.2 is a diagrammatic elevational

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    In the modification shown in Fig.2

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    RUGGERO SANTILLI US Patent 6,183,60

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    To attain this, the present inventi

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    A - 758

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    the shape of carbon disks rotating

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    existing equipment. The very reason

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    CHAK CHANG Patent Application US 20

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    Typically the generation of bubbles

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    The under-liquid plasma according t

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    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF PREFERRED E

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    Fig.5 is a schematic flow sheet of

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    Fig.9 shows the bubble sheath aroun

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    Ultrasonic cavitations in liquid (s

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    The features which enable the trapp

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    Fig.4 illustrates a tubular reactor

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    Fig.7 illustrates a typical current

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    As shown in Fig.10, the reactor may

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    A - 786

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    A number of gas trap and bubble ret

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    trapping covering with current conc

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    TABLE 1 Test Resident time Composit

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    2AlCl 3 + 6H → 2Al + 6HCl. In the

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    PLASMA ASSISTED ELECTROLYTES FOR HY

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    the electrolyte is not detrimental

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    collisions. Since carbon dioxide is

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    It is reported that research is und

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    The treatment of NO, SO 2 and parti

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    A - 806

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    A - 808

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    A - 810

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    A - 812

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    A - 814

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    A - 816

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    A - 818

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    A - 820

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    A - 822

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    compounds, from which it must be ex

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    Figure 2 is an elevational view of

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    3. The method of claim 2, character

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    The HHO Fuel System of Stephen Horv

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    Fig.2 is a circuit diagram of the f

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    Fig.6 is a cross-section on the lin

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    Fig.14 is a cross-section on the li

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    Fig.18 is a cross-section on the li

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    Fig.29 is a perspective view of a v

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    Fig.37 is a rear elevation of part

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    DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODI

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    momentary short circuit placed acro

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    will force plunger 163 down against

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    Oxygen is withdrawn from chamber 19

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    aligned with passageway 309 thereby

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    compact fuel generation system whic

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    17. The combination claimed in clai

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    of an external voltage. In order to

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    Fig.4 is a schematic diagram of a f

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    Trains of 5-30 kHz pulses are appli

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    The Electrolyser of Spiro Spiros Pa

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    hydrogen gas and oxygen gas outlet

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    Fig.3 shows detail of the perforati

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    A - 870

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    The remaining drawings are: Fig.7A

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    Fig.11 is a cross-sectional view of

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    Fig.13 is a cross-sectional view of

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    A - 878

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    A - 880

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    A - 882

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    Figs. 31a to 31e show a hydrogen/ox

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    A - 886

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    Figs. 32a-32c show a gas-driven imp

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    Because of the change of function o

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    A threaded shaft nut 250 acts as a

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    (part no. QR-100HE supplied by Toky

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    Referring to the table shown in Fig

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    fossil fuels either in conventional

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    12. An arrangement of cell plates a

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    I have discovered that the mixed ga

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    Boris Volfson’s Space Drive US Pa

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    In 2002, Edward Fomalont and Sergei

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    pressure density. The devices combi

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    Fig.3A and Fig.3B are diagrams, pre

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    Figs.5A, 5B, 6, 7A, & 7B are diagra

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    and may envelope the lower shell 4.

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    where: The cosmological constant La

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    In this example, the variation in t

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    Fig.2 is a vertical cross-sectional

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    Fig.6 is an enlarged vertical secti

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    inlets 29, for air or air and vapou

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    od 75 having a high coefficient of

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    Fig.2 is a horizontal sectional vie

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    The vaporising chamber is provided

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    The Third High MPG Carburettor of C

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    Fig.3 is an enlarged vertical secti

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    Fig.7 is a longitudinal sectional v

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    from the pump to be bypassed to inl

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    The High MPG Carburettor of Ivor Ne

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    Fig.4 is a section taken along line

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    through outlet pipe 42. A portion o

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    Fig.2 is an enlarged view, partly i

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    The upper end of throat 23 is turne

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    Fig.1 is a partly broken plan view

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    The High MPG Carburettor of Oliver

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    As the primary air enters the prima

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    Burden, Sr. 3,854,463 Woolridge 3,8

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    Fig.1 is a perspective view illustr

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    Fig.5 is a perspective, partially s

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    Fig.11 is an exploded, perspective

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    may, for example, be made of neopre

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    8. The fuel vapour system as set fo

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    The Permanent Magnet Motor of Steph

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    Fig.1A is a side view of a motor ac

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    Fig.2 is a top view of the of motor

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    Fig.5 is a schematic diagram of a s

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    Fig.8 is isometric cross sectional

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    Fig.11 is a top view of the motor s

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    Fig.15 is a perspective cross secti

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    Fig.4 shows a switch assembly locat

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    Fig.8 illustrates the actuator 36 f

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    axial travel from that of Fig.2, su

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    Fig.13 and Fig.14 show a fourth emb

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    permanent dipole rotor magnet havin

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    The Magnetic Motor of Charles Flynn

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    Fig.2 is an exploded view of the de

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    Fig.7 is a side view showing anothe

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    Fig.12 is a side elevational view o

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    Fig.14 is a perspective view of ano

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    Fig.19 is a side view similar to Fi

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    Mounted on the upper plate 12 is a

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    Referring to Fig.4 there is shown t

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    Fig.10 and Fig.11 are similar to Fi

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    the DC or other voltage applied to

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    that shown in Fig.13. The timing of

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    Fig.20 is similar to Fig.19 except

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    The present device has application

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    enough proximity to one of the oppo

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    when one of the rotatable permanent

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    An additional object of the inventi

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    DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODI

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    Referring now to Figs. 2 through 4,

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    The Motionless Generator of Richard

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    Fig.1 is an electrical schematic of

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    Fig.4 is an oscilloscope waveform t

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    A power input circuit section, as i

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    if the rotor is made of plastic. In

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    The Motionless Generator of Graham

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    Fig.2 is a cross-sectional elevatio

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    “ceramic” Strontium-Barium or L

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    magnetic flux brushes or “cuts”

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    Mark McKay's Investigation of Edwin

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    switch-mode power supply. At the ti

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    was darn good at business, but his

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    Modern Mallory “2006” Capacitor

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    - 40 + 48 10 38 26 A.C. - + 18 20 2

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    10 4 EACH 6 VOLT DEEP-CYCLE LEAD-AC

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    In conclusion all we can say is tha

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    The Investor Photos: Investor Photo

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    Investor Photo #013B 120VAC Power S

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    This photo is too fuzzy to extract

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    An examination for wear on the comm

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    in the EMA4. If the slip ring were

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    EMA4 Rear View EMA4 Front View Phot

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    Custom Adapter Flange Added to Fron

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    Al Francoeur has taken very good ca

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    Mark McKay's investigation of Edwin

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    A - 1078

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    Flash on the camera makes it hard t

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    ATTENTION! High Voltage Experimente

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    X THV512T 12KV - 550mA $3.20 each H

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    discharge though the safety spark g

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    Mark McKay's investigation of Edwin

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    ● These devices contained Mercury

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    Since there was a concerted effort

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    The Importance of the Spark Gap E.V

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    If 5,000 volts was the final measur

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    stockholders to file charges agains

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    Mark McKay's investigation of Edwin

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    A good example would be to make mea

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    The Trifilar Lindemann Coil - 1000

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    Z o = 180 Ohms T d of 52 nS. A - 11

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    The number of sockets in the rotor

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    Fig.5 is a perspective view showing

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    DESCRIPTION OF PREFERRED EMBODIMENT

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    Fig.5 shows a stator assembly consi

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    The magnet motor shown in Fig.8 is

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    This series of magnetic oscillating

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    Because there is no natural, lock-i

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    Fig.3 is an enlarged top view of on

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    An arm 9, is fastened to a flat fac

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    Fig.2 is a vertical transverse cros

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    Fig.6 is a vertical, longitudinal,

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    Working inside the cylinders 12 are

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    Leroy K. Rogers’ Compressed Air E

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    Preferred embodiments of a method a

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    Fig.6 is a cross-sectional view of

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    Fig.8 is a cross-sectional view of

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    tapped hole in the cylinder 20 typi

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    A second embodiment of a valve actu

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    otates faster, the other end 98 of

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    In normal operation (as seen in Fig

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    Eber Van Valkinburg’s Compressed

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    Fig.5 is a similar section taken on

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    Since the pump depends for its supp

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    Josef Papp’s Inert Gas Engine US

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    Fig.3 is a top view of an engine of

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    Fig.7 is an elevation of an electro

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    Fig.12A is a cross-sectional view s

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    Figs.17A-17D are schematic diagrams

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    Fig.18 is a schematic diagram of th

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    A - 1166

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    A - 1168

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    DESCRIPTION OF A PREFERRED EMBODIME

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    A typical cylinder is shown in sect

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    described, between cylinder 41 and

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    A pair of low-voltage distributors

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    current flowing in that layer. It m

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    Mixer 201 includes (see Fig.17A) an

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    The remaining circuitry for the mix

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    chamber signals that the precise, p

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    the various inert gases, which laye

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    Engine power is provided by expandi

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    Fig.5 is a top view of the six cyli

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    Referring now to Fig.2 of the drawi

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    12C to the hollow spherical pressur

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    The AEROPS engine as described abov

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    On another visit, Floyd demonstrate

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    EVENTS SURROUNDING FLOYD’S DEATH:

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    Every kind of matter produces an en

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    energy density will be E x H / 2C a

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    It appears from equation (4) that t

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    no motional e.m.f. Thus, dφ/dt in

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    With regards to over-unity phenomen

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    When a magnet M1 is held from a dir

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    Fig.6 is a practical arrangement fo

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    magnetisation of the magnet M4, and

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    Whereas, the field in a direction p

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    6. Apparatus comprising: a vacuum c

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    The patent literature describes a n

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    Fig.3 is a detail drawing of a moti

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    Fig.8 is a schematic diagram of a c

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    Fig.3 is a detail drawing of the mo

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    of stationary permanent magnet 138.

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    CLAIMS 1. An energy generator, comp

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    events such as storms or earthquake

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    FIG.1 is a perspective view of a fi

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    FIG.6 is a top plan view of the flu

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    In the drawings, like or similar el

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    mounted on a base 31 and the base 3

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    Fig.6 is a top plan view of the flu

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    Fig.8 is a perspective view of the

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    the central vortex chamber 12g by o

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    12. The fluid-powered energy conver

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    them through which the moving fluid

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    the gas has to pass through before

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    The shimstock holes need to be ream

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    This is the Positive battery connec

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    Use white "plumber's tape" on all t

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    The ‘Smacks’ Booster The Smack

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    Bubbler connections close up: A - 1

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    Shown above are typical hand tools

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    As the stainless steel strap which

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    Another very practical point is tha

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    The half-inch diameter elbows at th

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    hanging around in the intake system

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    The second modification is wrapping

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    So, a compromise is reached where t

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    For example, if I am standing at th

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    under exactly the same conditions d

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    The two remaining wires can now be

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    The Jaycar kits are not as sophisti

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    You will need building equipment, n

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    Electronic circuits are normally

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    A standard single-pole rotary wafer

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    high simply from the noise on the s

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    Start the vehicle and allow the oxy

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    strips anywhere. Before powering up

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    The emitter of the first transistor

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    The circuit shown here allows a vol

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    Finding space in the engine compart

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    This effect is aggravated by the wa

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    the plates need to be a fairly tigh

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    Patenting: It should be clearly und

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    Here is a photograph of a 101-plate

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    used is Intertrade Steel Corp., 511

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    use lemon juice if you don't have v

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    will be slightly different and the

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    This board has been superseded A -

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    Terminal Block TB1 has 4 connection

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    transformer is most important. Bob

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    pulse response of the secondary to

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    Power Limits: At the present time,

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    the electrolyser drops again as the

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    When the level of the electrolyte f

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    To combat splashing of the electrol

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    These units come with a domed cap w

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    Practical Issues No matter which va

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    Here, the explosion is almost insta

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    after Top Dead Centre sorts out the

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    Every company in the toroid making

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    The unit does not use "normal brute

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    2. Resistance to flow between the e

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    Plate Cleansing: Plate cleansing is

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    take place when they are connected

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    Applying this style of construction

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    to pass continuously through a bubb

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    combustion takes place inside the c

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    Background Art: A search of the Int

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    Fig.4 shows a Manufacturer's Protot

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    Electrical Engineer, none of Don's

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    Useful Circuits, Suggestions for Bu

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    It should be obvious that several s

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    The information shown above, relate

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    Don says that the energy stored, mu

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    though it had no trouble at all in

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    now a resonant winding. It is possi

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    Here the high voltage comes from th

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    Don uses a white plastic tube as th

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    The exact wire length ratio of the

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    When the circuit is running, the st

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    across the load. This device acts a

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    Draw a straight line from your 30 k

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    It is by no means certain that in t

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    An alternative method is to build y

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    discharged, and the resistors disco

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    4. Anyway, following through on jus

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    It is recommended that the wire hav

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    Mind you, there is one other factor

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    The coil in the centre of the board

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    thin layers of iron which are insul

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    The impedance of a coil depends on

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    1) The High-voltage power supply 30

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    The resonance capacitors (for coils

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    Sergei’s Dynatron circuitry Russi

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    The secondary winding of the resona

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    Three 1000V diode bridges can be co

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    Generally, the minimum load impedan

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    Because of the change in impedance

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    On the oscilloscope, we see dampene

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    We check with a screwdriver, and th

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    Here they are superimposed on one a

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    The Rosemary Ainslie Energy-Collect

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    The same sort of situation is found

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    pin of the FET is connected electri

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    A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

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    Fig.4 illustrates the test circuit

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    Fig.2 shows another variation of th

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    With reference to Fig.4, the Test C

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    energy flowing into that circuit. E

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    idea can be used in various other w

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    the circuitry will apply equally we

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    If we work with the Ainslie pulsing

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