Impulse Pressure Wave

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

Some are progressing very nicely. Your progress is immensely exciting. Many readers, not many doers? Where are all the Doers?

These electrical irritations expanded out of the wire in all directions and filled the room in a mystifying manner. He had never before observed such an effect. He thought that the hot metal vapor might be acting as a "carrier"  for the electrical charges. This would explain the strong pressure wave accompanied by the sensation of electrical shock. He utilized longer wires. When the discharge wire was resistive enough, no explosion could occur.

Wire in place, the dynamo whirred at a slower speed. He threw the switch for a brief instant, and was again caught off guard by the stinging pressure wave! The effect persisted despite the absence of an explosive conductor. Here was a genuine mystery. Hot vapor was not available to "carry" high voltage charges throughout the room. No charge carriers could be cited in this instance to explain the stinging nature of the pressure wave. So what was happening here?

The pressure wave was sharp and strong, like a miniature thunderclap. It felt strangely "electrical" when the dynamo voltage was sufficiently high. In fact, it was uncomfortably penetrating when the dynamo voltage was raised beyond certain thresholds. It became clear that these pressure waves might be electrified. Electrified soundwaves. Such a phenomenon would not be unexpected when high voltages were used. Perhaps he was fortunate enough to observe the rare phenomenon for the first time.

Ref: Gerry Vassilatos Secrets of Cold War Technology: Project Haarp and Beyond

I want you to think in terms of a Spark Gap, an Electrical Impulse. E.M.P Weapons use a very high Voltage, stored in Capacitors. The Capacitors are discharged through a very low Resistance Shunt. Turning all the Stored Charge into a high pressure Wave of Energy.

 

Think, What happens when a Coil is exposed to a short sharp impulse?

Electrons are pushed into a higher Energy Level, they jump to a Higher Orbital level and more Electrons become available to become so called Free Electrons.

A short sharp impulse induces a much Higher Voltage on the Terminals. You need to increase your Output Voltage, start in small steps.

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   Chris

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Vidura posted this 3 weeks ago

Hello Team

A very important Topic indeed!

a couple of years ago i have found a note about some early experiments of tesla in Patrick Kellys book, and i was thinking about the relationship to the phenomena of acoustic shockwaves, produced by very strong explosions, they propagate at a much faster speed than the transversal soundwaves thru the air. Therefore i also beleave that certain effects in EM are only produced beyond certain energy levels.

here a quote of Teslas observations:

Tesla’s Experiments.

In 1889 Tesla began experimenting with capacitors charged to high voltages and discharged in very short time

intervals. These very short pulses produced very sharp shockwaves which he felt across the front of his whole

body. He was aware that closing a switch on a high-voltage dynamo often produced a stinging shock. This was

believed to be static electricity and it occurred only at switch-on and only for a few milliseconds. However, in

those few milliseconds, bluish needles of energy stand out from the electrical cables and they leak to ground,

often through the bodies of any people standing nearby, causing immediate death if the installation is large.

While the generators of that time were rated at some thousands of volts, these discharges were millions of volts in

intensity. The generator problem was eliminated by the used of highly insulated switches which were provided

with a very large ground connection.

Tesla was intrigued by this phenomenon which appeared to match the effect of his capacitor discharges. He

calculated that the voltages produced were hundreds of times greater than could be supplied by the capacitor or

generator. It was clear that the power supplied was being amplified or augmented in some way, but the question

was, from where was the extra energy coming?

Tesla continued to investigate through experiments, taking precautions against the high voltages being produced.

He was soon able to produce these shockwaves whenever he wanted to. The shockwaves produced a stinging

sensation no matter where he stood in his laboratory, and hands and face were particularly sensitive to the wave.

These waves radiated out and penetrated metal, glass and every other kind of material. This was clearly not an

electromagnetic wave, so he called the new wave ‘Radiant Electricity’.

Tesla searched the literature to find references to this radiant energy but he could not find much. In 1842, Dr.

Joseph Henry had observed that steel needles were magnetised by a Leyden Jar spark discharge located on a

different floor of the building. The magnetising wave had passed through brick walls, oak doors, heavy stone and

iron flooring and tin ceilings to reach the needles located in a vault in the cellar.

In 1872, Elihu Thomson took a large Ruhmkorrf Spark Coil, attached one pole of the coil to a cold-water pipe and

the other pole to a metal table top. This resulted in a series of massive sparks which electrified the metal door

knob of the room and produced the stinging shockwaves which Tesla was investigating. He found that any

insulated metal object anywhere in the building would produce long continuous white sparks discharging to

ground. This discovery was written up briefly in the Scientific American journal later that year.

Tesla concluded that all of the phenomena which he had observed, implied the presence of “a medium of

gaseous structure, that is, one consisting of independent carriers capable of free motion - besides the air, another

medium is present”. This invisible medium is capable of carrying waves of energy through all substances, which

suggests that, if physical, its basic structure is much smaller than the atoms which make up commonplace

materials, allowing the stream of matter to pass freely through all solids. It appears that all of space is filled with

this matter.

 

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Idea1man posted this 3 weeks ago

I bought Gerry Vassilatos "Secrets of Cold War Technology" more than 10 years ago. That book is a one-of-kind, revealing deep Tesla discoveries. Both quotes, above, are about Tesla discovering the Ether. It's not merely electricity, or an EMP wave. It goes beyond what is now being called the "quantum level".

Tesla found "miracle" effects when the coil voltage, or frequency, went beyond 2 million. Light would appear in the room, with no light source. Heat, or cold, could be produced. A healthy, or sick, effect could be produced. Obviously the Ether is the ultimate source.

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Idea1man posted this 3 weeks ago

==He was aware that closing a switch on a high-voltage dynamo often produced a stinging shock.==

Kelley's quote, in Vidura's comment, is incorrect. Closing, turning on, a substation voltage, only produces a small spark, seen in the second half of this video. Opening the switch, turning the electricity off, produces a tremendous arc. This is thought to be caused by the "hammer" effect, the same as the bang heard when a water faucet is turned off quickly. The water, or flowing electricity, has momentum, in the whole pipe, which cannot be stopped suddenly.

 

Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Awesome My Friends,

An impulse can be created many ways:

 

Look at the sharp impulse in there, 700 odd Volts. Lets look again:

 

How? Well listen carefully:

 

An Impulse  Wave can be created by allowing the Coils to snap together, switched, or by a Spark Gap, DC Capacitor Discharge into a very low impedance Coil  one example is Dally:

 

 

 

 

This Nanosecond Generator, very short Impulse, a Non Inductive Coil was used, Coaxial cable, ends tied to ensure the Coils Inductance would not slow the Impulse Wave.

Remember, these impulses make the Electrons Jump to a higher Orbital, they then can be freed, allowing them to become Free Electrons ready for movement as a Current.

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Idea1man posted this 2 weeks ago

Chris  ...  I know Tesla discovered the value of the short spike in voltage, which he used a spark gap for, before there was electronic pulsing.

I'm glad you included Steven Mark's video. No one yet seems to know how it worked, as it was supposed to gyrate when held in the hands.

I like the Tesla Switch battery charger, which uses sharp spikes, without damaging the batteries.

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Vidura posted this 2 weeks ago

==He was aware that closing a switch on a high-voltage dynamo often produced a stinging shock.==

The quote, in Vidura's comment, is incorrect. Closing, turning on, a substation voltage, only produces a small spark, seen in the second half of this video. Opening the switch, turning the electricity off, produces a tremendous arc. This is thought to be caused by the "hammer" effect, the same as the bang heard when a water faucet is turned off quickly. The water, or flowing electricity, has momentum, in the whole pipe, which cannot be stopped suddenly.

 

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Idea1man, When I was thinking again about the swich open or closed question, I am in doubt that it is opening the swith that produces shockwaves, in terms of inductance and BEMF spikes you would be correct , they always occurs when opening the switch. But shockwaves are produced by disruptive discharge of capacitors into inductive elements(about the inductive element I am not sure, Leyden jar discharge dont have), it is not at all clear if the dynamo machine in question was dc, or had contained any capacitors(or the parasitic capacitance of windings and transmission lines) in this case the shockwaves could have occurred when closing the switch. Note that a spark gap do not produce large arcs, but a short disruptive discharge with a huge potential change x time.

Idea1man posted this 2 weeks ago

Thanks for that, Vidura. I admit that I have no electronics education, so I'll abide by what you say. I see now that whole quote is from Kelly. He is very smart, but he may have been repeating the usual mass misunderstanding about Tesla, as when he said Tesla called that "Radiant Electricity".

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Idea1man posted this 2 weeks ago

There are 2 different phenomenon being discussed, here. (1) Tesla's discovery of the Ether, and (2) electrical activity involved in quick discharges. These are very different phenomenon.

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Marathonman posted this 2 weeks ago

Are you sure about that, Spark or quick discharge is Ether movement or Ether under pressure. one is the fact of Ether and the other is Ether movement. ?

Regards,

Marathonman

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey Bob, Marathonman, agreed!

I think this is a case of Chicken or the Egg, one and all is reliant on the Aether, the Quintessence, permeating all Space.

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