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Jerry Volland
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USA
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Posted - August 28 2018 :  05:16:19  Show Profile Send Jerry Volland a Private Message  Reply with Quote


This has three blue wire nuts. The middle one ties the output of the switch to the positive inputs of the two boost modules. The other two blues connect the switch input to the positive from the two rows of batteries. The short wire from the red cap to the first blue was intended to facilitate recharging the battery pack. The bottom orange wire nut ties the green module wires to the negative end of the batteries. The positive hv wires go to the left screw on the spark gap, and the negative hv goes to the input of the capacitor. The capacitor dielectric sheets, top bottom and center, are made with three layers of slightly overlapped strips of shipping tape. (A sheet of glass provided a clean surface for working with the tape and can be used to separate the cap from the wood of the table.) The positive hv output wire from the top module has a hair pin bend. This causes a phase shift which ends up producing diamagnetic energy, through combination of the two disruptive potentials. I'm not sure what the hole in the plywood does, if anything.

Diamagnetic Radiant Energy from the spark polarizes the wood, which is itself diamagnetic. The polarized wood causes the charges in the nearby batteries to self organize. While setting unused, the potential on the top row batteries will increase until at least one of them pops.


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olddawgsrule
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Posted - August 28 2018 :  16:31:49  Show Profile  Visit olddawgsrule's Homepage Send olddawgsrule a Private Message  Reply with Quote
You built this?


Old in age, not in mind, so
'Teach me something new'!

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Jerry Volland
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USA
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Posted - August 28 2018 :  21:08:37  Show Profile Send Jerry Volland a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi ODR. That is my setup. I started with the intention to make a capacitor which withstands the voltage from those modules. And it progressed from there. I found out what it was doing when I heard the battery pop on its own. Now I've got an alternative to the solar panel for charging my little flashlights. Takes longer, but works at night too.

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Edited by - Jerry Volland on August 28 2018 21:13:07
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Jerry Volland
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USA
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Posted - August 30 2018 :  18:51:33  Show Profile Send Jerry Volland a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I've had this 'crop circle' type device for a while. I was planning to do more tests before mentioning it, but decided to take a 'free shot', due to some non-random noises on the local level. If nothing else, someone else can make the advance.

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Jerry Volland
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USA
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Posted - September 23 2018 :  01:39:00  Show Profile Send Jerry Volland a Private Message  Reply with Quote
This self charging effect I observed gradually wore off with continued usage. I need to fire the complex spark again, adjacent, and parallel, to the row of batteries. This will have to wait until the new boost modules come in. What happened was I cleaned the battery which popped, then resealed it with crazy glue. The voltage on this cell had dropped to 0.8V, but I put it back in the holder, in the center, on the top row. When I hit the switch, a heavy white spark jumped from the left hand end of the gap (the positive hv wire) up over the top edge of the wood, and down in between the two batteries. This was quite a bit further than the length of the gap the spark would normally have bridged. The third time I made this spark, the modules burned out. It was interesting that the spark went towards the center of the damaged battery's negative end, rather than just to its outer edge. And this is reminiscent of the way crop circle electrodes discharge from a point near the center of one disc to a point near the center of the next disc, rather than sparking edge to edge. So it seems that particular battery had a polar charge. So I'm thinking the alkaline battery might be usable as a hv super cap, if charged correctly.

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