I'm not posting too much. I'm following a bit the theory shown on this forum but I'm more a bench guy. So after many tests, I stumble on something that I considerate personally as major for everyone in the radiant energy field. I will try to be short and simple.
We start with the classic circuit of collapsing a magnetic field and collecting the radiant spike in a capacitor (or a battery). Nothing new here. But where is the novelty, is using a second coil inline at the negative side of the output capacitor. By doing this, you will double your output, without affecting the input. Here is a quick and dirty schematic to explain what I mean:
And here is the video to explain and show the effect:
Again, you need to respect the polarity of the second coil. Because with the right polarity, you will double your output. With the wrong polarity, you will divide by two your output.
Also, this effect happen only on the negative side of the output capacitor. It will not happen on the positive side of the capacitor.
It's like using partnered coils but you don't want to "cancel" the inductive part of it, you want to increase and helping it.
If anyone would like to make a clean copy of my drawing, it will probably be useful for all. And yes, I should have said "Hz" and not "Khz" at 3:09 in the video
I did several other tests concerning this if anyone wants to go deeper in it. I also added a poll to see if people are interested and if I should invest/post more with you on this...