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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. ​

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The output of the 555 chip is then used to drive the remainder of the circuit which operates at 27V. A BC109C transistor costs only a few pence, can handle the voltage and has a minimum gain of 200 although the gain can be anything up to 800 and a BC109 can handle the current quite easily. If you need to find out any of these things, then download a datasheet for the transistor from the internet. The output of the 555 timer is on pin 3 and it can easily supply 200 mA which is far, far more current than we would ever need for this circuit. We can feed the 555 square-wave output to the 27V electrodes using a transistor: As the transistor is made of silicon, the switch-on voltage is when the base voltage is about 0.7 volts above the emitter voltage. That means that when the transistor is switched on, the top of resistor “R1” will be at around 10 volts and the bottom of “R1” will be at about 0.7 volts, which means that the voltage across “R1” will be (10 – 0.7) = 9.3 Volts. When that voltage is present across “R1” we want it to feed sufficient current to the transistor to switch it on fully. The transistor supplies a 100K resistor (which will carry 0.27 mA when 27 volts is across it) and the electrodes which will have a minimum resistance of 820 ohms across them (causing a current of 33 mA through them). So, the transistor might have to supply about 33 mA maximum. The BC109C transistor has a minimum gain of 200 so the current flowing into the base needs to be 33 / 200 = 0.165 mA and the resistor which will carry that current when it has 9.3 volts across it is 56.3K. A somewhat smaller resistor will suit. A commonsense check that the resistor calculation is correct is: A 1K resistor carries 1 mA per volt and so will carry 9.3 mA with 9.3 volts across it. A 10K resistor will carry one tenth of that amount, or 0.93 mA with 9.3 volts across it. A 100K resistor will carry one tenth of that again, or 0.093 mA with 9.3 volts across it. This indicates that for a current of 0.165 mA which is about twice the 100K current, a resistor of about half of 100K should be about the right value, so 56.3K looks correct. Considering that the gain of 200 is the minimum and three or four times that is typical, we could perhaps choose to use a 47K resistor for “R1” As the electrode current is likely to be considerably less than 33 mA and as the BC109C gain is likely to be very high, it could be quite difficult to get the transistor to switch off as it can operate on very tiny amounts of input current. To get it to switch on and off cleanly when the 555 output voltage is say, about 5 volts, (at which point the NE555 voltage will be changing very rapidly), “R2” is included. With it in place, the output voltage of the NE555 is divided between “R1” and “R2” in the ratio of their resistances. The situation we want is: When The transistor is not switched on, it draws almost no current and so looks like a very high value resistor to the circuit. This allows the “R1” and “R2” resistors to act as a voltage-divider pair. This causes the voltage at point “A” to be determined by the ratio of “R1” to “R2” and the transistor can be ignored provided that the voltage at point “A” is below 0.7 volts. If the voltage at that point rises to 0.7 volts then the situation changes dramatically and Ohm’s Law no longer holds as the transistor is not a passive resistor but instead, is an active semi-conductor device. If the voltage at point “A” tries to rise further it can’t because the transistor base clamps it solidly there by appearing to be an ever lower resistor between the base and the emitter of the transistor. So for higher input voltages, resistor “R2” might as well not be there for all the difference it makes. 12 - 57

So, what value do we need for “R2” in order for the voltage at point “A” to be 0.7V when pin 3 of the NE555 reaches 5V? Well, that part of the circuit is acting in a resistive fashion and so Ohm’s Law can be used. The resistor “R1” is 47K and has 4.3 volts across it, which means that the current through it must be 0.915 mA. That means that “R2” has 0.7V across it and 0.915 mA flowing through it which means that it has a value of 7.65K. A standard 8.2K or 6.8K resistor could be used as there is nothing dramatically important about the 5V switching point. If you were fussed about getting exactly 7.65K (and you shouldn’t be), then you can get that value by combining two standard resistors, either in series or in parallel. A common sense method of working out the value of “R2” is to use the fact that as the same current flows through them (no matter what that current happens to be), then the ratio of the voltage will be the same as the ratio of the resistors. That is: 0.7V / 4.3V = “R2” / 47K or “R2” = 47K x 0.7 / 4.3 which is 7.65K. We have now reached the point where we can determine the resistor value needed to provide a reasonable voltage for the NE555 timer chip, the circuit being: The “Rx” value is going to be fairly close to 270K so you can use that value when testing to find a suitable value for “R” (2.2K in my case). The capacitor across the NE555 chip should be as large a capacitance as is convenient, bearing in mind that the entire circuit, batteries, etc. is to fit into a small case to be strapped to a wrist. One way that the components could be positioned on the plug-board is: Remember that when trying various resistors for “R” you need to start high at about 4.7K and the resulting voltage on the capacitor shows the voltage drop across your first resistor choice and so, the actual current being drawn by your particular NE555 chip. That calculated current will allow you to calculate the resistor value needed to give 10 volts or so, allowing your next resistor to be tested to be almost exact in value. For checking the frequency produced by the circuit, any ordinary LED can be used as a temporary measure. It can be connected across the 100K ‘load’ resistor between the transistor collector and the +27V positive supply 12 - 58

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    efrigerator, for years on end. Conv

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    Moray's demonstrations were highly

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    The Colman / Seddon-Gillespie 70-ye

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    Conclusion: The term "Free-Energy"

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    The magnet arrangement is shown her

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    T. J. Chorister in America has used

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    Doug Konzen has been developing thi

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    establishment routinely dismiss an

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    A 110V supply is supposed to swing

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    Lorrie also extended his developmen

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    of switch 110 is additive to the ma

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    Fig.7A depicts a preferred construc

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    pulse of the induction flux 5 induc

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    generators which use the transforma

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    The Devices of Don Smith. One free-

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    When we connect these two plates by

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    direction of rotation to be CCW (Fi

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    The above explanation describes the

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    epresent my thoughts and understand

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    The above explanation will help to

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    positions of the magnetic and elect

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    alternating current. Thousands of T

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    old video, and I recommend everybod

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    general-purpose lighting instead of

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    used to do work. The oscillator cir

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    12. Lawrence Tseung has shown how a

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    greater mass of beam A. If an addit

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    likely to be a geared one so that t

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    It is pointed out that the lower gu

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    system does not rely on wind, weath

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    Fig.3 shows one version of the firs

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    Fig.9 shows an alternative embodime

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    A Simple Buoyancy Power Generator A

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    this arrangement is that the tank i

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    The motor needs to be linked to the

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    Two timber strips 1350 mm long, are

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    current is the same as the earth-ge

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    the local environment, and in this

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    The overall circuit for the opto sw

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    Tests on one of the pure white unit

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    This current flow through primary w

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    desired inductance, and finally, th

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    cyclic connection of the capacitors

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    Fig.2 shows a practical circuit in

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    etween both pairs of batteries. At

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    Fig.6 shows the connection of a dir

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    Walter Ford’s High-powered Crysta

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    oadcast band - say, 1500 kHz - and

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    operating. He runs the circuit driv

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    Quite good lighting can be had from

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    As the LED array lights are essenti

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    The arrangement is for the inner wi

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    With proper modifications this circ

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    We come now to circuits designed by

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    7. The two switches which form the

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    This “Super Joule Ringer 3.0” c

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    A video of this unit being demonstr

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    Radiant Energy, when converted to e

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    With a pulse duration of 1 microsec

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    Energy stored, multiplied by the cy

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    After careful consideration and man

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    In Joseph Cater’s book “The Awe

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    As it seems to me that there are ma

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    An attempted translation of the pat

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    1. The output voltage does not chan

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    ocaf.org are working with Rosemary'

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    Dr Oleg Gritskevitch’s 1.5 Megawa

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    the dynamo does not accumulate any

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    titanate in the Armenian dynamo was

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    The battery connects at the back, u

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    produce a pulse which keeps the rot

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    Ron Pugh’s Battery Charger. John

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    The magnets embedded in the outer e

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    The three coils have a total of fif

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    6 - 12

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    When a magnet passes the coil conta

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    Although the circuit diagram shows

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    e increased by raising the input vo

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    As you can see, the trick is to pla

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    attery and the charging battery. Fo

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    charging battery and keep doing thi

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    The build used has three electromag

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    not matter either, which way round

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    The Self-Charging Motor. A video at

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    If building a circuit with a solder

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    Alexkor’s Self-Charging Circuit.

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    If the coil is wound on say, a 1.25

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    The coil is tiny, bi-filar wound on

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    If you use the bolt section of one

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    Here, the size of the voltage pulse

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    The simple circuit shown here was u

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    The motor is demonstrated when set

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    This motor is shown running on capa

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    Popp, their evidence is that batter

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    When pin 3 of the 555 goes low, res

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    The 3-Kilowatt Earth Battery This b

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    Magnesium gives excellent results,

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    Einstein, the reality is that it wa

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    Again, it is essential that the wir

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    Please remember that it is Bob Boyc

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    Consequently, it is distinctly poss

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    This is a slightly unusual circuit

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    With an arrangement like that it is

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    It seems probable that this device

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    Fig.1 shows the simplest form, in w

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    It is clear from what has been stat

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    The length of the thin wire coil in

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    Now, consider this circuit as descr

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    have a good aerial connected throug

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    Using two of these boards, Dragan i

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    Thomas developed various versions o

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    The tube of Fig.16 above, uses a di

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    Batteries with their positive and n

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    At last they decided to go up Emigr

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    With the 60 watt lamp and the two c

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    accompanied by corresponding change

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    of these energies. Every part and p

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    When a certain voltage is reached,

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    Herman starts by illustrating how w

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    West direction. However, replicatio

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    In one implementation of the invent

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    Diodes: D1, D2, D3 and D4 - Germani

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    information purposes only” and th

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    This invention converts inertial im

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    SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The Harmon

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    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF A PREFERRED

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    What is said in this patent applica

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    But for the Earth's magnetic field,

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    Fig.2 is another diagram further il

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    otor 11 by the charging electrode 1

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    Another object of the present inven

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    Fig.5 is a circuit diagram incorpor

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    Fig.9 is a vertical sectional view

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    extending bars 36 is supported in a

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    In Fig.5, the stator bars are diagr

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    In the system shown in Fig.7, an in

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    In general, the basic electrical sy

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    Initially, at start-up, both of the

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    A Practical Guide to Free-Energy De

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    The people who don’t want self-po

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    First, you have an ordinary air eng

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    This patent shows how the practical

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    Summary of the Invention: These and

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    Fig.3 is a frontal view of the impe

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    Fig.7 is a perspective view of a se

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    The front housing section 32 is a h

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    transition duct 96 is believed to r

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    slightly curved. The blades gradual

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    With respect to the application of

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    This results in the air temperature

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    The operating pressure produced by

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    Josef never managed to get his engi

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    petroleum products to operate. Mich

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    This invention relates generally to

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    working fluid opening which may be

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    7. The heat pump of claim 6 wherein

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    Fig.3 is a cross section and Fig.4

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    In Fig.3, a rotor for a unit using

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    US Patent 3,931,713 13th January 19

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    Fig.3 is a cross section of another

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    Fig.2 shows an end view of the unit

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    The vanes of the rotors may be made

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    thinking of it as a fuel-less or se

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    Proprietary liquids, specifically c

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    Additional warm air to augment air

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    And the schematic diagram is: One e

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    Thomas is by no means the first per

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    more than a minute or so. If there

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    According to this invention, the bl

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    The frame of the pyramid is not the

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    The very fine filter-grade quartz s

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    The capacitor is positioned inside

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    Thomas’ website which is in Germa

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    frame pyramids. This area is wide o

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    James invites you to run this test

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    (2) Placing an insulated coil on th

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    ut in time you will see the tremend

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    used within its glass walls. Pest-f

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    to eat it, but if I was going to pr

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    had the same sensations of coldness

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    which are much closer to those of t

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    Photographs 1 and 2 show two differ

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    destructive phenomena, you destroy

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    The Cell itself is made up with the

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    Seven or eight stainless steel cone

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    part of the diagram. Cut another wa

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    This arrangement looks more complic

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    aligned. The spacers will be more e

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    mode was being used. The surprising

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    operates by breaking water down int

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    In the installation shown above, yo

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    If tack-welded cylinders have to be

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    As stated earlier, the first 5 mile

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    airtight! Go and do something else.

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    engine starts to ping. When the tim

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    It should be clearly understood tha

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    Comments from an expert in July 201

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    To be sure that the second and thir

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    The claims made for this coil are q

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    encouraging you personally to try t

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    idea of the universe which you have

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    A: There are several workshops wher

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    A Practical Guide to Free-Energy De

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    the Space Shuttle into space! If yo

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    circuit and each power socket circu

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    The plate shapes shown above are ar

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    Any of these designs can be 6-cell

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    and so has to be accepted as an ove

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    A good source for general component

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    To deal with this, a one-way valve

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    A point which might not be immediat

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    The method which Zach uses is somew

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    It is always difficult to make a go

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    If, in spite of all precautions, yo

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    shock-wave when it is ignited so th

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    Caution: This electrolyser is not a

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    The items marked with a blue dot fo

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    The six electrolyser cells and the

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    When used with rainwater from a bar

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    The arrangement with three cells co

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    It is available from ship’s chand

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    This second layer is wound in exact

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    who is outstanding in this field is

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    The technique of DC pulsing require

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    The bolts tapped into the inner tub

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    These arms get two bends in them in

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    In this rather unusual circuit, the

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    Circuit operation: The main part of

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    second. The larger the capacitor, t

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    Here, the 555 chip output voltage i

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    The underside of the strip-board (w

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    Component Quantity Description Comm

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    conventional electricity, and it ha

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    The outer pipes are drilled and tap

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    method is by powering the cell up f

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    Dr. Cramton says: “I would like p

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    Dave Lawton’s Auto-Tune Circuit.

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    Because of these things, the calcul

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    Here, they have opted to feed the H

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    Diesel has the same structure but w

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    we definitely do not want that to h

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    Making the HHO gas When the generat

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    Boyce would need 400 watts without

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    • Powder Coated Finish • Light

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    The ball is held in place by the sp

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    The pipes, backing plate, pressure-

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    for a year. The objective is to del

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    5. Next comes a bit of arithmetic.

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    The copper pipe is then heated with

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    The water is then treated by insert

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    greater pressure on the piston duri

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    The first part of David Quirey’s

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    Let me stress that this is just an

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    and while, not surprisingly, I have

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    Developed in conjunction with the E

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    electrical generator. The engine ra

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    The sole explanation of the explosi

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    This turbine creates a spinning air

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    Ted created the egg-shaped part of

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    degrees. With it’s 350 cubic inch

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    Roger Maynard’s Water Vapour Inje

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    “Fuelsavers” Streamlining Fins.

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    I started out in 1976 when the firs

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    properly, saving the government a l

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    educed accordingly. If the Gen III

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    flow. This is a useful energy gain

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    This is an unusual voltage-doubler

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    While on the other hand, if negativ

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    describes many possible application

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    Suartt and Gourley realised that th

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    produced by this process is likely

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    Fig.4 illustrates graphs showing th

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    which do not provoke electrolysis o

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    SG Gas, the tank was decompressed a

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    Fig.5 shows a typical absorption ov

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    Biological Properties Transport, De

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    This reaction changes water from a

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    With this unit, air is sucked out o

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    etween these plates, these craters

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    In the years leading up to 1970, ex

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    These sanctions which were initiate

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    spotlight, and yet, he is carrying

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    A Practical Guide to Free-Energy De

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    does not appear to be any reason wh

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    Brief Description of the Drawings F

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    aether phase-lock cannot force the

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    Referring to Fig.2, the inductors 3

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    combination of the two capacitor-in

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    power by tapping energy from space.

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    to the innermost electrodes. This m

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    state” exhibiting the attributes

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    The force of the Zero-Point Energy

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    If you find the concept of producin

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    ook, also later in this chapter, po

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    (B) (i) The orthodox view of a heli

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    Electromagnetic output is a functio

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    When you place a magnet on the door

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    11 - 31

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    The outer magnets in the diagram ab

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    He also suggests that monopole grav

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    Here, there is no net electrical or

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    Ferrite is a better material for th

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    Joseph has been granted a patent an

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    The next interesting point is that

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    Joseph then went on to consider the

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    Maxwell says that there is a vast s

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    In any given instant of time, the a

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    magnet of some 600 pounds in weight

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    Davis makes the following observati

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    coil should be wound in the same di

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    Edmund says: Each output coils’ h

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    use of any heating fuel. This next

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    1009908 November 1911 Lafore 111594

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    pressure of the gas being entrained

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    turbines and pumps and so are not d

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    Fig.1 shows a heat transfer system

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    DETAILED DESCRIPTION Referring to F

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    When operating, a voltage is applie

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    US 3,065,935, Duberry/Frost/Earl US

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    This small selection of forty-six p

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    In addition, Nieper established the

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    Means of Operation The device is st

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    In late 2001, I wrote a magazine ar

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    of matter and is nothing more than

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    Hypothetically, is certainly the in

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    7. Nieper, Hans A., Ph.D., 1985, Co

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    Summary: In accordance with the pre

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    Fig.5A and Fig.5B are schematic par

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    Referring now to Figs 2, 3 and 4 in

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    According to the embodiment of the

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    invention does not perform any subs

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    I’m a geologist. And the one thin

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    one of them took the bacteria, deve

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    Bob Beck’s Electronic Pulser. The

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    There is a parts list on page 4 tha

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    This is a theory: about 30% of the

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    Finance: Money only has value when

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    Moon, a seismic detector left on th

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    of a particle is inversely proporti

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    It now becomes evident, why a mass

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    intensity of these zones, determine

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    The leading part of the gravity rad

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    light has to be of high intensity.

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    freezing point, the molecular activ

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    apparently a factor in it’s perfo

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    the surface area is sufficient to a

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    least squares. Conventional statist

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    the insulation and stop at the surf

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    together and the resulting ethers e

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    any other type of radiation such as

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    an orgone accumulator. ------------

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    There are several different types o

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    Examples: Red, Red, Red: 2 2 00 ohm

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  • Page 1281 and 1282: The two 18V zener diodes drop off 1
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  • Page 1303 and 1304: DC we would multiply them together
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    Another possibility is that the jar

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    However, when this is done, the bru

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    The circuit shown here is broken by

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    and build a release field. Then the

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    No hydrogen is consumed. No additio

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    alone more than 100%. This system w

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    completely to show that there was n

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    Numbers used on the schematic: 1- A

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    BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION Electri

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    power the electric motor. The secon

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    un using air and hydrogen as the fu

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    nuts tightened on a 10 mm (3/8”)

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    The inner nuts are manoeuvred on in

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    just the relay current to be handle

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    The bolt is kept just clear of the

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    4. How do you determine the amount

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    Electrical Generation: The cell wil

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    From another user: Hi, thanks for t

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    These two cells have been in use in

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    urning status should you choose to

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    There are also many problems with t

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    This looks as if the pressure tank

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    The objective is to get two stainle

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    If a standard laminated iron yoke i

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    paranoid reaction. Perhaps, I would

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    Closed Systems and Open Systems If

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    an open system, which brings us to

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    captures all of the magnetic field

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    Because the MEG is an open system,

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    on opposite ends of the funnel is f

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    cookers provide a sustainable techn

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    ATMOSPHERIC WATER SUPPLY APPARATUS

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    small flies, by hanging polythene b

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    do your own checking as designs cha

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    14. The final connections which nee

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    17. Connect a voltmeter across the

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    loans at interest, and that was the

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    world trade system and to build up

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    Inspector of Schools, has recently

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    delivered to them. The financial in

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    Patent. Under no circumstances hear

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    and appurtenances… we perform and

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    Sweden and wife of King Gustav. Lou

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    sources of natural and social energ

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    association of consumer preferences

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    (a few examples will be given.) Cha

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    Economic Shock Testing In recent ti

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    (10) Controls manufacturing. (11) C

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    It is not necessary to "go for brok

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    Devices Which are the Easiest to Bu

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    whether or not there are any genera

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    Ron Classen has replicated this des

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    devices have to be rated as some of

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    This design appeals to most people

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    Thomas Henry Moray’s Aerial Syste

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    Do you have any values for Peter Lo

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    so I suggest that you begin with an

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    electrolyzer following your plans a

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    which he used to power an electrica

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    You state in the literature that th

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    "How 2 Fix To create a power source

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    wire length ratio between L1 and L2

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    Question: Always been a fan of your

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    Chapter 17: An Easy-Build Generator

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    Each plank is supplied with a facto

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    drill blocks the view from vertical

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    Fig. 4. Explanation of the principl

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    Fig.14 Voltage distribution on the

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    Fig. 18 Schematic from the Donald S

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    Chapter 19: Building A Motor / Gene

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    The performance is most impressive

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    The NST unit is readily available a

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    the setting up of your machine. Fai

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    Socket Surge Protector Strip Plug E

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    Appendix TABLE OF WIRE SIZES: The w

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    Briefly stated, the present inventi

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    Referring now to Fig.6, Fig.7D and

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    Referring now to Fig.5, Fig.16 and

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    Fig.4, and the spinning electron pa

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    23. The method of producing a unidi

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    Table 1 shows the data to be obtain

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    HAROLD COLMAN & RONALD SEDDON-GILLE

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    The ends of the quartz tube 13 are

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    JONG-SOK AN: NO-LOAD GENERATOR Pate

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    In short, the present invention is

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    BEST MODES FOR CARRYING OUT THE INV

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    As shown in Table 3 above, as the r

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    SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The Contin

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    Fig.2 shows an internal wiring diag

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    Fig.8 shows the complete system of

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    Once the generator is started, a sm

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    MICHAEL OGNYANOV: SEMICONDUCTORS Pa

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    Fig.3 is an electric circuit diagra

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    EDWIN GRAY: ELECTRIC MOTOR US Paten

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    At a position 13.33 degrees to the

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    Clutch 304 is associated with shaft

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    Means for discharging said charged

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    DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODI

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    inductance 36, inducing a strong el

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    solid-state commutator, that closes

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    2.7K cosmic background temperature

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    disc. Also, the rotor may be mounte

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    Fig.3 depicts the magnetisation act

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    The fact that one can extract energ

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    In the situation depicted in Fig.2

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    In the latter case it would still s

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    unit of radium to the wire was elim

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    The output coil is positioned so as

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    Fig.2A is a perspective view schema

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    Fig.6 is a perspective view of the

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    Fig.9B is a schematic end-view of t

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    The only physicist to recognise in

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    like recoil of an electron when it

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    In normal conductors, the inductive

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    oscillating conditions. Thus, the r

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    Turning now to Fig.2A, the sending

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    The remaining surplus energy from t

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    sending coil 20. This proportion of

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    The coil configuration of yet anoth

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    the output voltage and current to b

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    Planck, M., 1911, Verh. D. Deutsch.

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    SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION It is thus

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    Fig.4 is an alternate embodiment of

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    an expanding and collapsing magneti

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    that the inductive reactance is als

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    Finally, the magnets are placed in

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    Volts mA mW (a) Conventional method

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    CM = conventional method; SI = subj

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    5500 Turns 350 to 1200 RPM 350 to 1

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    GEOFFREY SPENCE: ENERGY CONVERSION

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    Fig.4 is a diagrammatic section thr

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    As shown more particularly in Fig.2

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    As already mentioned, the converter

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    22. A converter according to claim

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    However, synchronous converters are

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    Fig.4 is a typical duplicate of an

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    cutting the magnetic lines of force

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    elated to a common armature synchro

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    For example, as shown in Fig.1A and

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    Rotation position detecting means f

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    Referring to Fig.2B, windings 7c an

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    Fig.5A, Fig.5B and Fig.5C, show how

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    Referring to a waveform of an outpu

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    surfaces are N-poles. The arc-shape

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    a first single-opposed-polarity rot

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    14. The induction generator having

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    Fig.1 is a partially sectioned elev

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    Referring to Fig.1, a preferred emb

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    A commutator 82 is also mounted on

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    TERUO KAWAI: ELECTRIC MOTOR United

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    Fig.2 is a sectional view along lin

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    A - 265

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    Fig.5A is an illustrative view show

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    FIGS. 6 through 9 are cross-section

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    through 16l is arranged so as to be

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    The sequential excitation of the el

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    All of the prior art systems are de

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    Fig.4 is a schematic view in genera

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    -First Embodiment (Fig.1) One possi

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    A. Related Principles 1. Numerous s

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    material. This same effect shows up

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    In the second prototype embodiment

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    The 14-gauge and 15-gauge insulated

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    Because many varying and different

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    particles making up or coming from

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    ceramics, and which take advantage

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    For a given composition the photo-e

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    Polishing the surfaces of these mat

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    Initially, a polarisation voltage i

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    specification would be produced by

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    24. A display apparatus as defined

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    SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION These and

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    Fig.4 is a side view of two magneti

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    A - 343

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    Fig.49 is a top view of another emb

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    In Fig.2 a device 40 having the sam

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    pole pieces 94, 96 due to the resul

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    Fig.10D depicts another four-path c

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    238 from coils 230 and 232 also tra

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    Coils 286, 288 may be energised in

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    This is demonstrated with reference

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    This is demonstrated with reference

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    Another embodiment of a device 400

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    could also be achieved. It is also

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    Referring to Fig.21C, just after ro

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    In another embodiment, a rotary mot

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    otor member 622 having notches 624

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    A third embodiment of a rotary moti

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    which detects the initial direction

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    after permanent magnet rotor region

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    Power Conversion Referring to Figs.

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    With continuous flux paths the stat

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    Fig.47 and Fig.48 show another embo

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    one direction and the second path p

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    (c) placing a first control coil al

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    28. The device for producing rotor

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    STEPHEN PATRICK et Al: THE MEG Unit

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    driving the reversing means of one

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    Figure 3 is a graphical view of dri

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    Figure 8 is a graphical view of a c

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    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTI

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    period of time longer than that nec

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    Each of the permanent magnets 154 i

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    6. The electromagnetic generator of

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    DAN DAVIDSON: ACOUSTIC-MAGNETIC POW

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    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS F

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    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTI

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    1. An acoustic magnetic power gener

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    For the power-out phase, energy is

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    design of this new motor directs th

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    Fig.3 is a block diagram demonstrat

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    Fig.2 is a mechanical perspective t

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    through winding 13a) exceeds the fl

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    JOHN BEDINI: MOTOR/GENERATOR US Pat

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    etained by the rotor and flywheel c

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    By definition, this means that the

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    SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The device

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    Fig.3 is a box diagram showing the

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    Collector lead 33 and ground lead 3

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    store a timed initial pulse charge.

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    Fig.2 is a schematic drawing of a c

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    Fig.5 is a block diagram of the sol

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    direction into either channel one t

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    Fig.3 is a schematic drawing of an

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    8. The pulse-charger of claim 1 whe

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    Notes: The following information is

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    claim to have the highest power-per

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    electrode pattern is applied with n

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    Fig.3 is side view of a single-laye

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    Composition-modified barium titanat

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    FW d g/mol g/cm 3 Barium titanate B

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    * ε o = permittivity of free space

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    n) assembling the first arrays into

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    HERMANN PLAUSON US Patent 1,540,998

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    Fig.5 is a diagram of an arrangemen

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    Fig.13 shows a form of inductive co

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    Fig.21 shows diagramatically, an ar

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    A - 493

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    Fig.28 shows an auto-transformer me

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    Fig.31 is a modified arrangement. F

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    Fig.34 shows an arc light collector

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    Fig.37 shows a form with a gas flam

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    In addition to the use of spark gap

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    In Fig.7 the oscillation circuit is

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    As this prevents the whole of the o

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    In order to collect large quantitie

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    desired height, leads to a metal ro

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    In Fig.26, 1,2,3 and 4 are metallic

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    place, the necessary means are in p

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    As transformer of the atmospheric e

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    The metallic balloon shell which ha

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    The action is exactly the same as t

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    The novelty in this invention is: (

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    DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS Fig.1 i

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    Fig.6 is an enlarged detail fragmen

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    assume any of several well known em

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    While the magnets mentioned through

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    the optimal distance between dipole

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    coupled secondary two electric flux

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    In none of the other motor solution

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    Fig.2 is a schematic view of a Tesl

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    Fig.12 shows apparatus for investig

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    Fig.18 is a diagrammatic cross-sect

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    positively, no positive ionise can

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    We propose that likewise, if a very

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    In our loss of weight experiments d

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    energy injection and its dependency

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    These results suggest that plasmas

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    constant current flows through a ro

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    The results indicate that the highe

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    motor is set into motion, and is re

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    PAULO and ALEXANDRA CORREA US Paten

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    Fig.1 shows variation of applied DC

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    Fig.6 shows volt amplitude variatio

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    Fig.10A, Fig.10B and Fig.10C are fr

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    Fig.13 shows open circuit voltage r

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    Fig.16 shows resistive discharge sl

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    Fig.20 shows an example of operatio

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    the plate. There are other factors

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    From the start our objective was to

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    The circuit of Fig.10 can be integr

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    20% to 70%), anywhere within the ra

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    eflects the charge accumulation occ

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    If the break-even efficiency is les

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    With the data obtained by the metal

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    plasma generation and collapse intr

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    cathode work function is not due to

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    Early interpretations attributed th

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    etween the two states of a system.

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    A - 597

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    A - 599

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    CLAIMS 1. Apparatus comprising a di

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    FRANKLIN MEAD AND JACK NACHAMKIN Pa

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    which partially encloses the receiv

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    Fig.3 is a perspective view of the

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    Fig.6 is a diagram of a receiving s

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    Referring to the drawings, a first

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    A - 613

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    A - 615

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    A - 617

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    A - 619

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    Fig.2 Shows a perspective of a "wat

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    The overall apparatus thus includes

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    and the water molecule becomes elon

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    STANLEY MEYER US Patent 4,389,981 2

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    Fig.2 is a block schematic illustra

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    Fig.9 is a comparison of the burnin

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    The mixture of air with non-combust

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    Fig.7 illustrates the mechanical ar

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    STANLEY MEYER US Patent 4,421,474 D

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    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS F

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    plate adjustment 15 for controlling

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    Fig.2 illustrates a circuit which i

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    Fig.5A shows a cross-section of a c

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    Figs.6A, 6B, 6C and 6D are illustra

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    Fig.7 is an electrical schematic of

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    A fuel gas is produced by a hydroge

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    The primary coil of the torroid is

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    material of construction for the el

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    applied is repetitive without polar

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    STANLEY MEYER Canadian Patent 2,067

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    Fig.2B is a frontal view from the o

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    Fig.4 shows a disk array of injecto

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    Table 1 Injector Mixture + Process

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    distorted in shape by being subject

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    Example 5 Fuel distribution and man

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    addition, the gated pulse frequency

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    Fig.4 is a voltage amplitude contro

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    Fig.9 is the pulse indicator circui

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    The circuits are interconnected as

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    CLAIMS 1. A control circuit for a r

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    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWING

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    Fig.4 shows the electrical circuits

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    eference point 0V. It is this bias

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    The production cycle is repeated un

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    Dr HENRY PUHARICH Dr Andrija Puhari

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    The Thermodynamic Device (“TD”)

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    Component 3: The weak electrolyte w

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    meter. Corollary to this finding, I

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    and P = I x E =38 mA x 2.6 volts =

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    Then, 5,739 C /cc /sec = 5.739 amp/

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    Fig.2 is a schematic illustration o

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    Fig.4C is an illustration of the ge

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    Fig.8 is an illustration of tetrahe

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    Fig.11 is a wave form found to be t

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    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF INVENTION:

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    not so great and the bond angle is

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    As the outer electrode becomes more

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    The energy which must be supplied f

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    The electrical energy required to l

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    SHIGETA HASEBE US Patent 4,105,528

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    Fig.2 is a perspective view of elec

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    produce a transverse field, and thr

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    STEPHEN CHAMBERS (Xogen Power Inc.)

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    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS F

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    Fig.3 is a side view of a cell for

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    Fig.5 is an electronic circuit diag

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    Fig.8 is a side view of a cell for

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    The cell includes a closed containe

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    the cell of the present invention i

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    Vcc. Resistor R1 ensures that TR4 i

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    Figure 1 is a view in vertical sect

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    Figure 3 is a diagrammatic view of

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    Water under pressure is forced into

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    In order to provide for alternate e

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    Fig.1 is a diagrammatic elevational

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    The cell as shown in Fig.1 comprise

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    1. A process for producing, Through

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    The main process in these invention

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    Fig.1 and Fig.2 are illustrations o

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    Fig.4 is a schematic diagram of a p

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    Next provided is an axially shifted

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    evident function of minimising the

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    partial vacuum. This reduction in p

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    as an essential feature of the inve

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    In the case of water, hydrogen and

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    Fig.3 is a schematic sectional fron

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    Fig.7 is a schematic graph of curre

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    Continuous light spots may also be

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    thousand times atmospheric pressure

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    Fig.2 illustrates a variation on th

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    oadly, a liquid container in the fo

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    The glow discharge causes the gener

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    A - 785

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    Tube in tube reactor (Fig.17) has a

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    The under-liquid plasma discharge,

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    ecoming vigorous when the voltage i

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    TABLE 2 - The micro-organism count

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    The gas trap or chamber should be o

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    space either in the metal electrode

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    1.3.2 Equipment Function: DC power

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    construction on one side or both si

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    The problem of pollution is a major

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    Some chemical contaminants can only

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    A - 807

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    A - 809

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    A - 811

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    A - 813

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    A - 815

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    A - 817

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    A - 819

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    A - 821

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    Juan Aguero’s Water-Fuel Engine P

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    and is mixed with the intake air. P

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    combustion chambers. The hydrogen i

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    21. The system of claim 20, charact

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    storage. The present invention enab

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    Fig.4 is an elevation view of the h

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    Fig.10 is a cross-section on the li

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    Fig.16 is a cross-section on the li

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    Fig.23 is an enlargement of part of

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    Fig.33 is a perspective view of a v

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    A - 843

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    through a resistor R4 to provide tr

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    The installation of the above circu

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    cathode in the upper region of the

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    transformer and, assuming an input

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    valve apparatus to control engine s

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    . a first hollow cylindrical electr

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    The Water Fracture Cell of Christop

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    Fig.1 is a circuit diagram of fract

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    If a large electric field is applie

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    The pulses R1 and S1 are of the sam

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    water ions to generate hydrogen and

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    A - 867

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    Fig.5B shows a stylised representat

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    Fig.6 shows a gas collection system

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    Fig.8A and Fig.8B are views of a se

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    A - 875

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    Figs.16-30 are graphs supporting th

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    A - 879

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    A - 881

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    A - 883

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    A - 885

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    A - 887

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    If it is the case that the hydrogen

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    plate shown in Fig.1A and Fig.1B an

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    is in equilibrium where the 10 watt

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    The previously mentioned prior art

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    The stores of high pressure gases c

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    unit to retain operational gas pres

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    Henry Paine’s HHO Fuel Conversion

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    Witnesses: Bennet Osborne, Jr., W.

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    However, the electromagnetic propul

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    coils. Thus, Podkletnov's system is

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    Fig.2A and Fig.2B are diagrams, pre

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    Fig.4A and Fig.4B are diagrams, pre

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    #1 hollow superconductive shield #2

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    Fig.2B shows the counter-clockwise

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    In this example, the difference bet

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    The First High MPG Carburettor of C

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    Fig.3 is a horizontal sectional vie

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    Fig.9 and Fig.10 are detail section

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    having a valve 52 in it. Chamber 50

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    The Second High MPG Carburettor of

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    Fig.4 is a detail sectional view of

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    A low-speed or idling jet 25 has it

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    DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS Fig.1 i

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    Fig.5 is a detail sectional view on

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    Vapour formed by air bubbling throu

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    From the foregoing description it w

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    Fig.2 is an enlarged view of the de

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    Fig.6 is a section taken along line

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    The High MPG Carburettor of Robert

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    Fig.4 is a transverse sectional vie

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    The High MPG Carburettor of Harold

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    182,420 now abandoned. The present

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    DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION The ca

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    The High MPG Carburettor of Thomas

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    In accordance with other aspects of

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    Fig.3 is a sectional view of the va

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    Fig.7 is a partial side, partial se

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    The cooling system of the vehicle c

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    Upon initial starting of the engine

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    (f) A filter positioned in the vapo

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    with the magnitude of the current a

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    Fig.1B is a perspective view of the

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    Fig.3 is a top view of the motor of

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    Fig.7 is an isometric view showing

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    Fig.10 is a top view showing the ro

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    Fig.13 is a top view of a pair of r

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    Extending in opposite diametric dir

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    Fig.5 shows the state of the switch

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    otor magnets 42 - 49 when in the ho

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    Fig.9 and Fig.10 show a second arra

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    constructed otherwise than as speci

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    12. The motor of claim 11 wherein t

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    otation between them. Various metho

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    Fig.4 is a view similar to Fig.3 bu

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    Fig.10 is a view similar to Fig.3 f

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    Fig.13 is a schematic circuit diagr

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    Fig.16 is a simplified embodiment o

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    Fig.22 to Fig.25 are similar to Fig

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    Referring to Fig.2, the permanent m

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    Fig.7 shows a modified embodiment w

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    them, will depend upon the order in

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    Fig.14, shows another embodiment 14

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    Fig.18 shows the air coil 210 posit

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    Figs. 22-25 show four different pos

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    movement with the first permanent m

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    a shaft and means journaling the sh

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    The Power Plant of Claude Mead and

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    Fig.2 is a front elevation of the w

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    impactors and drills. The turbine d

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    (a) fourth rotating means responsiv

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    ing-shaped magnetic core having a m

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    Fig.3 is an oscilloscope waveform t

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    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERR

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    although it is by no means obvious

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    second diode connected at its posit

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    iron, the useful ability to aim, fo

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    Fig.4 is a circuit diagram, illustr

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    and Fig.3. In practice, this coil m

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    y a simultaneous magnetic accelerat

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    Mr. P.G. Mallory started out in 191

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    All models have a 30 Watt power rat

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    In the auto racing circles it has a

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    PULSE GENERATOR 'PICK UP' SIMPLIFIE

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    Schematic Wiring Diagrams for two P

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    motor. What is not generally known,

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    Mark McKay's investigation of Edwin

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    Investor Photo #012D Popping a coil

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    capacitors connected in series, wit

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    Mark McKay's investigation of Edwin

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    Observing the lack of wear, the new

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    TOP DEAD CENTER 0° REFERENCE Accor

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    Mark McKay's investigation of Edwin

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    The recovery and simple analysis of

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    MAGNETIC POSITION PROBE SMALL RED F

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    Subject: CSET design Date: Sun Feb

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    Date: Fri Feb 28, 2003 8:25 pm (Tim

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    (Tad Johnson) I'm being as careful

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    SANGAMO ENERGY DISCHARGE CAPACITOR

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    (Alan Francoeur) But I also measure

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    Subject: Progress Date: Sun Mar 30,

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    ● COMMENTARY: This really limits

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    Mark Gray claims that the heart and

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    Mark Gray claims that some potentia

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    General Signal Generator Pulse Gene

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    Mark McKay's investigation of Edwin

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    Some time during 1987 - 1988, Gray

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    The two-channel trace from the osci

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    What “maximum squareness” means

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    Z o = 112 Ohms T d of 293 nS. 50 KV

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    Mike Brady’s “Perendev” Magne

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    Fig.3 is a perspective view showing

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    Fig.7 is a perspective view showing

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    In the rotor assembly 30 of Fig.2,

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    Fig.7 shows a typical magnetic sour

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    The Magnet Motor of Donald A. Kelly

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    This magnetic disc drive represents

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    Fig.1 is a top, external view of th

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    Multiple, identical permanent magne

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    Bob Neal’s Compressed Air Engine

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    Fig.3 is a vertical cross-sectional

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    The inner ends of the cylinders 11

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    In the equaliser 75, are the spaced

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    which changes the valve timing of a

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    Fig.3 is a cross-sectional view tak

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    A - 1137

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    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERR

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    With reference to Fig.3, a pluralit

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    A contact 75, biased towards the an

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    plate having an opening in the cent

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    advantageous to rearrange the exhau

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    Fig.2 is a fragmentary perspective

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    The turbine 16 embodies a stator co

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    In an operative embodiment of the i

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    Briefly, in one aspect the engine o

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    Fig.5 is a cross-sectional view of

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    Fig.12 is a cross-sectional view si

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    Fig.14 is a schematic diagram of an

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    A - 1163

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    A - 1165

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    Figs.20A-20F are schematic diagrams

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    Note: Corresponding reference chara

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    Integral with the piston bodies are

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    The piston has a generally semi-tor

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    Referring back to Fig.13A, for engi

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    As piston 39A reaches BDC, distribu

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    mixture and do not combine because

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    These wires are about twelve gauge,

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    cold-cathode tube 391, and an x-ray

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    Fig.17D), polariser 289, branch B17

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    Robert Britt’s Inert Gas Engine U

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    Fig.3 is an elevational view of the

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    Fig.7 is an electrical schematic of

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    Referring now to Fig.3 of the drawi

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    and drives Q1 into conduction. The

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    Floyd Sweet Recently, some addition

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    the venture capital funding if the

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    Violet also said that about 5:00 pm

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    Energy cannot enter a space of zero

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    electromagnetic and gravitational f

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    or in another form: So, the e.m.f.

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    Example 2: Suppose the conductor wi

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    Meguer Kalfaian’s Energy Generato

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    Fig.2 illustrates a controlled top

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    Fig.9 is a modification of Fig.6; a

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    the outer periphery of the magnet,

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    wobbling top is sufficient, as proo

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    Theodore Annis & Patrick Eberly US

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    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS F

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    Fig.6 is a schematic diagram of a s

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    Fig.1 is a schematic diagram of a m

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    Fig.5 is a detail drawing of an alt

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    In the preferred implementation of

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    The Energy Conversion Device of Wil

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    This sloping floor causes the drive

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    FIG.4 is a cross-sectional view of

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    FIG.9 is a horizontal cross-section

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    otational downstream annular chambe

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    In Fig.5 is shown a perspective vie

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    small hydro-electric version of the

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    Fig.10 is a perspective view of a s

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    longitudinally mounted in the upstr

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    shaft in the central aperture, said

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    The ‘Hotsabi’ Booster Here are

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    Cut and fit shimstock into ABS tubi

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    The upper component is a Threaded A

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    Next, prepare the stainless steel m

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    All of the 3/8 inch plastic fitting

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    If you choose to use a contact-brea

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    This booster uses cheap, standard e

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    In order to ensure that the stainle

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    The picture above shows clearly the

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    The PVC housing for the booster has

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    But, it can be built using differen

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    Try to make the hose as short as po

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    Background Information Many people

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    This diagram shows the way that the

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    Dealing with the Vehicle Computer W

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    This unit generates a small voltage

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    think that the Air/Fuel Ratio is sa

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    something similar to provide non-li

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    The 1N4007 diode has a ring marked

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    are needed to feed the incoming sen

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    “voltage divider” and it is the

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    This gives us a voltage in the corr

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    The tools which you will need, are:

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    To construct this circuit, cut a pi

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    And for a UK supplier: Component Qt

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    The High Efficiency Electrolyser de

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    If the voltage is increased above 1

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    about 1.5 volts. This means that a

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    The one-way valve shown between the

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    The base and two sides of the cell

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    This housing looks very simple and

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    Any particles created by the sandin

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    3. If current starts higher then dr

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    different suppliers, can have sligh

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    Terminal Block TB1: is the DC Power

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    quickly destroyed. The Texas Instru

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    As you can see here, Bob uses short

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    touching each other in the centre o

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    With straight DC-electrolysis, the

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    Supplying the Water The potassium h

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    Components: R1 100 ohms C1 1000 mic

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    pressure of just 15 psi. To deal wi

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    Also, the pressure at which it oper

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    nothing is done about that, a decre

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    The physical connection to the engi

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    One supplier of flexible tubing sui

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    Bob Boyce’s Experiences: Bob had

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    Suggested Design Features for High-

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    Bob uses a 6-inch x 48-inch belt sa

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    there is a major problem. Make sure

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    This plate array can be a self-cont

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    shatter discs seem attractive optio

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    shown with a baffle, but with stati

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    The High-Power Devices of Don Smith

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    Fig.2 has two parts A and B. In Fig

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    The device shown below is physicall

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    The entire System already exists an

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    Don Smith's Suggestions: Get a copy

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    A - 1369

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    *************************** PJK: I

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    However, if we want to extract ener

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    If the swing is pushed before it re

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    Without his description of the devi

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    Anyway, coming back to Don's device

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    The "L2" coil has two separate sect

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    In passing, it might be remarked th

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    Don draws attention to the fact tha

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    The objective here is to determine

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    I have recently been passed a copy

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    contains substantially more power t

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    number of primary winding turns. Wi

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    And to make matters ‘worse’ the

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    Here, the additional high-voltage d

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    you, so, don’t build one. The dev

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    Where two of the L2 coils are shown

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    As there are very slight difference

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    This system was soon changed when v

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    I suggest that the plastic pipe use

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    The approximate number of turns bet

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    These windings can be made on a PVC

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    We add in an earth ground, a capaci

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    At this point, the pumping scheme w

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    The ground wire carries the negativ

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    The big question is, of course, wha

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    always less powerful than the forwa

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    Isolation transformer. The isolatio

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    In principle, you can use the CISC

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    Gentlemen! Make it and test it. A -

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    As with most systems, the practical

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    which you will note has repeating p

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    that the current flowing through th

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    Fig.3A illustrates a control circui

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    its rate of depletion. It is not su

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    to a test using a switching device

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    This is to test the efficiency of t

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    thousand pulses per second ("1 kHz"

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    All of the Ainslie circuits mention

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    The view above is of the underside

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    Scientific Papers The following lin

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    http://www.free-energy-info.tuks.nl