Hi Guys, awesome constructive posting.
Please remember, a Battery has an internal Resistance, as does a capacitor, normally called an ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance).
I have covered a very simple experiment, in my now out dated PDF: Guidelines to Bucking Coils on how the Resistance drops significantly in Opposing Mode, Partnered Output Coil configuration: Page 14 "The Flow of Current in a Wire when there is No Magnetic Field"
I agree with what you guys have written!
However, there are many problems associated with this and the surrounding circumstances. E.G: User GotoLuc replicated the Wistiti POC Toroid and failed. His failure was broadcast through the forum and as a result, others lost interest. GotoLuc was given advice, but chose to ignore it! Chose to completely ignore my repeated response to look at why he failed.
His Output Coils were not Opposing, he just had a regular Transformer. A critical aspect of this technology!
Needless to say, again this device works, but it does take some work! One needs to get the techniques I have so thoroughly covered in the Timing Thread and the Parametric Excitations of Electric Oscillations, one MUST remember the 1/4 Wave length scenario's I have covered in detail.
As you correctly point out Zanzal, in the Mr Preva Experiment, one element, one Inductor, becomes an Active Element. It becomes a Current Source, with a Negative Power Factor. In point of fact, it is now a Battery!
Also, please remember, I am still learning also! I am doing the best I can to get out what I have learned, share what we have all learned, and share as mush Hard Data as we can. But I am not always right, so please keep this in mind.
A Step by Step Guide: Gnosticman the best advice I can give is simply replicate the small experiments we have looked at here on this forum. The Mr Preva Experiment, The Wistiti POC Toroid, The MEG, The Floyd Sweet Early Work, all the very simple experiments.
Keep it simple, stick to the Layout (Don't change anything), keep the costs down while learning.
The key is, don't let a failed experiment determine the end result, that is success! Please always keep in mind, there is a set of requirements that must be met, and once met, you will meet with success!
We are all here to succeed, so ask, post your progress, post your questions, make suggestions.
Please, I ask you all, save your money for your own experiments!
Thank you though, I really do appreciate your thoughts!