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    Excess Energy Discovered in Spark Gap Experiment!
    Posted on Tuesday, January 31, 2006 @ 17:55:44 GMT by vlad

    Devices Bill Alek writes: Hello all,

    I have some very encouraging information to report in regards to my spark
    gap experiments:
    http://www.intalek.com/Index/Projects/SparkGapExp/SparkGapExp.htm

    Excess electrical energy has been discovered in spark gaps using Carbon/Graphite - Tungsten rods. Assuming an ideal system, a maximum COP of 171% is possible using a Wimshurst Generator as the primary high-voltage dynamo.

    A Tesla-like step-down transformer T1 with a ferrite rod is used to efficiently reduce the high-voltage down to safe practical levels, which can easily be distributed and measured. As shown in Fig. 1, successive electric discharges or Electrum Validum (EVs) discharges are generated, and their associated energy is collected in a 10uf low loss capacitor during a given period of time.

    Bill

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    William S. Alek
    Exploring Gravitational and Inertial Mass fluctuations,
    Radiant Energy, and Temporal Anomalies
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/intalek

    INTALEK, INC. PHONE/FAX: 219.924.2742
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    Hello all,

    I added a close-up view of the Carbon/Graphite - Tungsten spark gap shown in Fig. 3:
    http://www.intalek.com/Index/Projects/SparkGapExp/SparkGapExp.htm

    Secondly, the Wimshurst Generator is powered by hand.

    In regards to the COP calculation, I placed a "black box" ONLY around the Carbon/Graphite - Tungsten spark gap, and I'm observing ONLY the energy difference between the spark gap and NO spark gap.

    The key here is the Carbon electric discharge.

    Bill


     
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    Re: Excess Energy Discovered in Spark Gap Experiment! (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Tuesday, January 31, 2006 @ 20:03:38 GMT
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    Robert J. Brown writes: How can you be sure that the excess energy is not a result of some chemical reaction taking place as a result of the spark either heating or ionizing atmospheric gasses or electrode materials?

    You need to accurately weigh the electrodes before and after a run, and possibly build a closed system by containing the electrodes and the atmosphere around it in a glass vessel. Then you could weigh everything both before and after an extended run and calculate any mass differences.

    Spectroscopic analysis of the gasses in the vessel before and after a run could help identify any chemical reaction that is occurring.

    Another test would be to run the system for a long enough time that if any chemical reaction is occurring, that the chemicals it is using would become depleted, in which case one would expect to see the COP fall off until it was less than unity.

    Not trying to be negative, but just looking for trouble spots. :-)

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    Bob,

    You brought up a very good question - chemistry. How's your French??? :-)

    http://jlnlabs.imars.com/vsg/vsg35.htm [jlnlabs.imars.com]

    http://jlnlabs.imars.com/vsg/index.htm [jlnlabs.imars.com]

    Now, what's interesting about Jean-Louis analysis is that the chemistry is interacting with ZPE field. He's detecting "extra" current flow through his Carbon rod!

    I'm using a very high electrostatic voltage.

    Bill



    Re: Excess Energy Discovered in Spark Gap Experiment! (Score: 1)
    by ElectroDynaCat on Tuesday, January 31, 2006 @ 20:40:01 GMT
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    One possible source of energy production outside the electrical system could actually come from the reaction of nitrogen and oxygen in the atmosphere, producing nitric acid.

    This reaction can produce excess energy equivalent to about half the level that would come from burning an equivalent weight of hydrocarbons.

    Yes, its possible to "burn air"and produce energy. the big problem being what does one do with the dangerous product, nitric acid.

    Don't try this at home kids!



     

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