Ep. 14 - Bashar Free Energy Space-Time Antenna (LRC Circuit)

Ep. 14 - Bashar Free Energy Space-Time Antenna (LRC Circuit)

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hi I found this a interesting circuit simulator applet you can just Google search for this and whoever wrote this did a really good job and the default circuit that comes up is is the exact one that we want to use to model this Bashar sta you've got an inductor you've got a resistance and you've got a capacitor so the Batchelor sta is all of those things there's resistance in the wire
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there's the inductance and there's an implicit capacitance the way you alter any of these values is um you right-click on them select edit and you type in the the value and then click OK so I'm I've edited these to be 1.5 million Rees 1.1 ohms and I don't really know what the capacitance of the coil is
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but but let's say it's uh you know 84 now then this battery that you put a cross here can be say a hundred volts DC and this is a way of simulating like a lightning strike where some high speed pulse enters enters the system and then and then we can watch the waveforms down here on the scope so here's the scope and oh you have to click right now it's
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stopped I have to unstop it get the scope going so I'm going to simulate lightning strikes by just pulsing periodically we're all pulse once and let it ring down okay there's one pulse and you could see it ringing down poults ringing down now as an experiment we can we can dial
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in a lot smaller resistance so let's say we can make the resistance 0.1 ohms that would be pretty tough to achieve but and now create a pulse boom you can see that it rings down much much slower so that demonstrates the value of low resistance
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in your coil okay but I couldn't achieve that with mine I gotta put this back to 1.1 and now let's say you could also get rid of capacitance somehow let's make this 10 Pico farad's and we will simulate a lightning strike kaboom same thing small capacitance highly
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desirable rings for really long time so the magic in an LRC circuit is to have the inductance as large as possible resistance as small as possible and capacitance as small as possible nikola tesla has a famous patent showing this flat spiral coil and i drew one of the wires black and left the other one white to kind of show how this thing is a bi filer coil and if you think about
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the Bashar sta being that sort of coil but rather rather than flattened out it's shaped into a cone then that has an even more dramatic effect of reducing the capacitance the reason why Tesla went with this is the capacitance is really really small because each neighboring wire is a different it's not
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a it's not the direct each loop is not directly next to the neighboring loop there's a there's one wire distance between them so the capacitance between a white loop and another white loop is is bigger a bigger distance meaning smaller capacitance but you form this thing into a cone and you are separating the wires from each other even more dramatically getting down the geometry oh this was patent Tesla's patent is
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number five one two three forty by the way there was there was a circuit in this book electronic gadgets free the evil genius it's a solid-state Tesla coil and it uses a uses a flyback transformer from a TV set or something here and I have made this about a year ago on a proto board and
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I haven't made the assembly or the circuit board yet but it's it's it's a good way to create a source of high voltage at a higher frequency with minimal cost that and the circuits pretty simple so I'm going to try to use that as a way of creating high voltage to play around with the Bashar sta so the plan is to have this Saul state Tesla coil thirteen point eight volt DC
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supply coming into a flyback transformer the one the flyback that I have is not so great and it might have a diode in it I'm not sure these are hard to find nowadays so this will come to the coil and then I tried different things but an interesting experiment is to have a spark gap here because us the potentials build up to the point where the dielectric breakdown can happen in the
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air then then the cfl will you know the discharge will happen in the cfl cfl will light without a lot of load on this thing and on my roof i put a can that has these pins mounted on it stealing from the idea of ionic generator but also tesla has a patent where he mentions that you want a antenna that has a lot of pointy surfaces so that the
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ions can flow up and down between ground and and this this determination point if you if you were to use a spherical shape a round surface that's more of like like the capacitor and charges build up really high before letting loose whereas the this approach provides a gradual movement of ions anyway so i thought i'd experiment with that sort of shape and i
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mounted it up high on the top of my roof of my house and what i want to show is I can optionally click this on here or not and there's actually a different effect that I will show you okay this is the power supply it's 13.8 volts DC coming into the solid state Tesla coil on a proto boyd which is proto board which is not ideal because there's a lot
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of noise and the things this is the crummy old fly back I have and they have you wind your own coil on it and that goes up this clip lead to the top of the Bashar SDA I'm gonna clip the antenna to start with then the other side comes into the spark gap where you can adjust the distance here then then a CFL with
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all the electronics removed and then off the ground so switching this long we have a very nice spark going across here and at a very bright light although the character of this light is kind of a yellowish color okay now I'm gonna take the antenna which is that four inch cylinder can connect it on to the top
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here and let's do this one and in the light the light becomes dramatically more white and the power mode I think is reduced and these parts aren't as hot and stay whether they're still warm now this is a pretty high voltage you don't want to be touching this and you also don't wanna be standing here barefoot now I've also noticed that the frequency
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adjustment doesn't really matter too much winning this mode I can't really control it it seems to be doing something here I can control a little bit but I think the antenna is picking up various events and causing this discharge to happen more randomly and with different potential it
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will remove the antenna again back to a more calm spark yellowish light and parts that are out heating up this now the frequency can be controlled a little bit better I think okay I'm gonna connect the antenna back up again
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it's worth to change the snow now when you connect up an antenna like this the loading the loading is different because this is like I even sent a census but it's a also another source of incoming energy this control could hold sort of how much power and giving the circuit and I can reduce this down and by reducing it down lower with light action up brighter and the spark and
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less know that by crank the power up there's sort of a threshold where it doesn't work anymore and then suddenly the books move a lot more aggressive spark so there's different play but basically these different places here but the power adjustment will adjust the freaks frequency tune now I want to show you what happens on my scope here this
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is my scope has a probe connected to this metal plate so it's path passively detecting the the field that's coming off of here and it looks like this with the spark gap not anything you can trigger on my setting is 100 volts per division this is a lot of a lot of voltage piehole tidge back removing the antenna there's still
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randomness but not it's dramatic move this down a little bit you have a more predictable waveform so one thing that's becoming clear to me I can explain this way um you know power from energy conversion is what's really always going on you you you know that you can't violate the law of conservation of
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energy all you can do is burn stuff convert to heat convert that to steam and then convert that to spinning mechanical machines that generate electricity using electromagnetism you can use radiation you know some visional fission create he'd make steam have a mechanical machine turn into electricity you can have wind mechanical machine turn into electricity you know solar which is a very
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interesting electrochemical process happening turn into electricity or with this bachelor sta approach you can receive spikes voltage spikes lightning strikes around the planet solar events various discharges that are short-lived in time but highly energetic pulses and then using a large inductance with minimal resistance and minimal
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capacitance you can smooth out that energy into a sinusoidal waveform that's damped and hopefully it's not damped too quickly so you're taking something that happened in a very quick amount of time and slowing it down timewise hence the notion of space-time being used to do that to convert it into electricity
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something closer to an AC waveform then that waveform can be converted to DC if you want to do that or leave it as AC but but adjust it so that it's some smooth smoothed out in charge capacitors you can charge batteries and so forth so I think this is a valid approach of taking pulses energy discharges that are happening at various frequencies but
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highly energetic have having some means of receiving those and then bringing them to a large inductance to create this sort of wave one you

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