Brad why dont you just sign up?

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Brad why dont you just sign up?

 

 

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Prometheus posted this 2 weeks ago

Is this our latest troll? Or a cracker hitting your boxen.

I've got more than a bit of experience in the 'dark arts' of taking out internet resources and tracking people online. So if you need help...

The world's largest spammer was called the "Russian Spam Gang" because everyone thought they originated in Russia. No one had ever identified them, nor figured out where they were operating from.

They started to spam me so hard it took an hour of wading through their junk before I got to the emails I actually wanted. They at one time accounted for ~90% of all email spam worldwide. So I tracked them... to Brighton, MA.

The guy heading up the operation, when I tracked him down and warned him not to spam me, laughed at me and dared me to stop him. Wrong move.

I uncovered their branch offices in Ontario, CA and in England. I outed and doxed every single one of their employees, and all of their offices were eventually raided and their servers seized.

I hacked the head guy's personal web server, exposing some rather embarrassing photos involving a Thai tranny.

They had hundreds of servers set up in pretty much every country catering to spam at the time, and pulled down millions per year peddling counterfeit products and drugs, CP, animal pron, mortgage refinancing scams, etc.

I ran him out of 3 countries, got a $36 million price tag on his head in the US (court ruling against him), and put him in a gulag in Russia (come to find out that he'd been 'renting' children from an orphanage then starring in CP movies with them).

During all this, myself and the people working with me were hitting his hundreds of spam servers so hard we were taking entire countries offline, and we were polluting his orders database so he couldn't tell the real orders from our fake ones without trying to charge the credit card numbers. Every card number we supplied passed the Luhn checksum test, so he could only figure out if they were fake when he tried to charge them... and every time he did, his payment processor charged him $2.50. We cost him many millions of dollars.

There's a few writeups online about my exploits, and a recording of the telephone call from the guy heading the spam operation... he'd called me to beg me to stop. I didn't. I hit him even harder.

If you're being attacked and you know who's doing it, just tell them that SpamSlayer will be coming after them if they don't stop. I was legendary back then amongst the spammers (who work with the crackers to build botnets), and I'm betting they don't want me to come out of retirement. I laid waste to all their businesses back then, and I can do it again.

 

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey Prometheus,

So cool! I just love to see Bad Kama come back on those that deserve it!

I think your post is probably enough to make a difference! I am not sure exactly what's going on yet. It does look like a bot net attack, whole bunch of IP's that are unusual. Some making many site hits but not much info on the actual resource they are going after.

Random page attacks, but to be honest, I am still looking into it.

The person in this image is Bradley Richard Atherton. I have  along history with him.

Some can also be read here: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy

Some can be read here: The Rotary Transformer - Tinman

Its worth reading, at least the basic stuff, where we saw for a short time constructive work.

Measurements, with no faults found COP > 1.8.

Its a historical event, Brad is no longer able to achieve the results he managed in the videos, the machine stopped working and its now on a shelf.

Brad now visits us to find answers.

   Chris

Prometheus posted this 2 weeks ago

Tinman? Ah, I see now.

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mrblobby posted this 2 weeks ago

All these posts have made for more than interesting weekend reading.
I remember Tinman from another forum I used to visit occasionally where he poured bile on everyone's posts.

We all know what the Tin man in OZ lacked. ♥

I've often wondered if it's just Ego, or other with him.

Prometheus, you sound like a very, very scary person to be on the wrong side of, glad you're in here with us.

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Prometheus posted this 2 weeks ago

All these posts have made for more than interesting weekend reading.
I remember Tinman from another forum I used to visit occasionally where he poured bile on everyone's posts.

I've been to that same forum. It's very 'energetic'. sealed

We all know what the Tin man in OZ lacked. ♥

I've often wondered if it's just Ego, or other with him.

Prometheus, you sound like a very, very scary person to be on the wrong side of, glad you're in here with us.

{bows}

I've been told I'm meaner than a rattlesnake, and I suppose that's true. Long story, but I've been bitten by a rattlesnake, and the snake died. I toughed it out without medical attention and was fine.

 

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey Prometheus,

Interesting!

I don't like to dox anyone, I really try to be good and do good. Sometimes I do get frustrated to the point where some not so nice stuff comes out. Afterward I regret my wrong doings. I wonder if they do?

For the readers, so you know:

They also dismiss EMJ's shorted coil theory,and although he hasnt shown a working device yet,and he messed up the scope measurements,his theory is sound.

 

For the record, my Scope was coupled to DC, the Trolls used the standard Troll Textbook: "Measurement Error", "Doesn't know how to use a Scope" disinformation, discredit tactic.

Its funny, to see DC offset, one must use the DC Coupling. Where AC Coupling is the difference between the two Couplings. It is very clear that Bradley does not understand the difference between the two couplings.

   Chris

Prometheus posted this 2 weeks ago

The difference between those who are inherently evil and us is that we can descend to their level and wreak havoc upon them, then return to our beneficent lives, whereas they are stuck being evil, ineffectual and perpetually frustrated in their efforts.

Don't worry about the "measurement Nazis"... just keep developing your tech. Eventually they'll be claiming they came up with it first, and that's when you know you've won.

 

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey Prometheus,

They already are:

My self ,and a group of very talented people spent 2 to 3 months working on such parametric circuits not to long ago.
We were getting results with COPs in excess of 200%.

What i will tell you is that current can follow paths not considered to exist. After months of testing,we found that a portion of the input power can travel through mid air. This is the portion of P/in they are missing-they being the people in your posted papers.

There are two self running devices that i know of,and have seen running in person--but you simply will not see such devices on public forums such as this one,nor on youtube.

These are not overunity devices,but more so devices with an !unknown! power source. One of them is quite cleverly done,and extreemly simple to build. The other is more complex,and would take a well skilled machinist to construct,and a half decent EE to build the required circuits.

The first machine make use of room temperature nitanol springs-nothing out of the ordinary there,but how he is able to create the required temperature difference without consuming any power is the clever bit.

The second,more complex machine is a bit more baffling.
I have !as yet! been unable to work out as to why it continuse to run once the power source is removed,while driving the equivalent to a 320 watt load. This 320 watts i calculated quickly by how much water was raised a set hight in a given amount of time--so it is a !round about! calculation.

But as i said,these are the machines you will not find here on public forums.


Brad

Ref: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy

 

These claims could not be backed up, Brad is referring to the same technology I am sharing, after all anything Parametric, simply means bucking, the Change of a Circuit component at a particular time. I have shown this before: Here

What's important here, is Brad is actively misleading people.

   Chris

Prometheus posted this 2 weeks ago

Well, you should take comfort in the fact that he at least acknowledges that your technology is a workable one. Eventually he'll be forced by history to acknowledge that you were the first to introduce it.

This is nothing new... it happens with every technological evolution. Those who are the progenitors are dismissed, then they are mocked, then they are ferociously fought, then others replicate the technology, then the clingers-on claim discoverer status, then history corrects the chronology. Just hope you live long enough to see the end stage. In the past, information perfused so slowly that by the time the end stage occurred, the progenitor was long deceased.

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey Prometheus,

Thank You, I appreciate your post. However, I am not the first to introduce this technology. It is not mine. Many before me knew about and used this technology. I am merely the instrument of change. I am making the information available in an active way.

I most certainly cannot take credit for this technology!

Those before me, the list of names is very extensive are the ones that tried to pass on this technology. They saw a population of very limited understanding. If we make the understanding much more simple, much more will be able to grasp it.

As Paul Raymond Jensen said:

The magnetic flux from the two secondary windings cancels in the "outer leg circuits," leaving only one-quarter of the total flux generated by the output current to react back upon the primary. This resulted in a current gain in the secondary, relative to the primary. Lenz's law was bypassed, and free-energy resulted. An alternate explanation for the current gain in the UDT is to consider each secondary winding as acting as the primary winding for the other secondary winding when an output current is drawn because the two secondary windings generate geometrically opposing fields.

Ref: Paul Raymond Jensen - The UDT

 

Truly, I am only a messenger. Providing a location for those with open eyes.

   Chris

Prometheus posted this 2 weeks ago

The first machine make use of room temperature nitanol springs-nothing out of the ordinary there,but how he is able to create the required temperature difference without consuming any power is the clever bit.

Not quite so clever as Tinman would like. Apparently he's using magnetostriction (and the associated magnetocaloric effect) of gadolinium alloy. In a magnetic field, the temperature of gadolinium increases. With a gadolinium wire wrapped around a nitinol wire, this causes the nitinol wire to assume its originally-formed length.

When outside the magnetic field, the gadolinium wire decreases in temperature, which allows the nitinol wire to stretch.

I came up with a similar concept on another forum, quoted below:

Ok, I know this will sound a bit off the wall, but I've been researching the Molar Magnetic Susceptibility of all the elements as part of trying a second time to fathom what Ken Wheeler is talking about when he says there's no such thing as electrons. As you may or may not know, an element's magnetic properties are determined by how full their valence shell is. Ken said in his book that electrons don't exist, and that the magnetic properties of an element are a result of the ratio between the neutron and proton of each element (he says neutrons are dielectrically dominant, whereas protons are magnetically dominant), but I calculated the P:N Ratio of each element, and there doesn't seem to be any correlation between the P:N ratio and the Molar Magnetic Susceptibility of that element.

For instance:
N   Nitrogen   7:7   1   Diamagnetic   -0.0000000001401
O   Oxygen   8:8   1   Paramagnetic    0.0000000213592

Nitrogen has seven protons and seven neutrons (P:N ratio of 1) and is diamagnetic, it exhibits a very weak negative magnetic susceptibility (ie: it's weakly diamagnetic, an external magnetic field will induce an opposing magnetic field in nitrogen).

Oxygen has eight protons and eight neutrons (P:N ratio of 1) and is paramagnetic (ie: it'll have a magnetic field of its own as long as it's within an external magnetic field, and its magnetic field will be the same orientation as that external magnetic field and thus will attract oxygen), it exhibits 152.456 times the magnetic susceptibility as nitrogen.

This plays out throughout the Periodic Table, elements with the same or similar P:N Ratio exhibit widely disparate magnetic properties, so I'm not sure that I buy Ken Wheeler's take on how protons and neutrons affect magnetic properties. Especially in light of the ability to predict an element's magnetic properties merely by knowing how its electron shells are filled.

Anyway, I got to looking at the Molar Magnetic Susceptibility of each element and stumbled across Terbium. which is a constituent of Terfenol-D, a magnetostrictive material. Terbium has a Molar Magnetic Susceptibility of 0.0000021613850, which is huge. The Terfenol-D alloy exhibits the highest magnetostriction of any material. In other words, it expands and contracts in a magnetic field.

Now, we've all seen the Nitinol engines, the Nitinol wires expand and contract from heating and cooling... what if we used Terfenol-D wires instead, actuated by the presence and absence of a magnetic field?

The Terfenol-D alloy, much like the Nitinol wires, can produce a huge amount of force (Nitinol can produce up to 55,000 pounds per square inch of Nitinol material). Unlike the Nitinol wires, though, which move rather slowly (they've been able to get it up to ~100 Hz), the Terfenol-D alloy is able to move quickly (~30,000 Hz). So quickly it's used in some speakers to transmit sound to a resonant surface. So a Nitinol engine made with Terfenol-D wire and magnets could really get spinning fast, and have a lot of force behind it.

Sort of like this:

except I envision it with regular springs keeping Terfenol-D wires taut. The difference in tension between the magnetostricted (lengthened) wires and the un-magnetostricted (taut) wires is what would make the wheel turn.

Unfortunately, the Terfenol-D alloy only magnetostricts (lengthens when in a magnetic field) approximately 2 mm for every meter length of the material (although it can do so with quite a lot of force), so we'd have to get creative in making the Terfenol-D wire zig-zag back and forth between the rim and hub for each section of wire, or the wheel would have to be quite large.

Terfenol-D is also brittle and breaks like glass. So perhaps a machinable alloy like Galfenol would be better, or a composite such as Metglas 2605SC.

If anyone tries this and it works, I propose we call it a Terbium Engine.

 

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey Prometheus,

As you propose, Brad's work is not new. Its been done before. No credit is ever given. The Terbium Engine sounds very promising!

   Chris

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