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Grumpy

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« Reply #75 on: 2013-12-27, 17:51:33 »
Is anyone even pursuing the TPU anymore?
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« Reply #76 on: 2013-12-27, 18:48:38 »
Is anyone even pursuing the TPU anymore?

Grumpy, I'm going to try something out once I have it on paper first, as you know RF is one of my fields, "excuse the pun", and Duncan knows only too well what I can do with multiple RF frequencies, molecules and atoms. We go back a few years when we met in the good old US of America, where I gave a talk on this subject.

I never really looked at this TPU, was not my field, or so I thought, now I'm not so sure, things are starting to link together the more I read from different sources, not just the SM notes, but McFreey, Michael Meyer amongst others. I know what can be done by heterodyning frequencies with the right split and phasing angle, and it generates a lot of heat in the material in which they mix "why heat" because of the molecular vibration, and if you can use an alloy it will be even better I think, though the heat we do not want, only the thrown out electrons.

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« Reply #77 on: 2013-12-27, 19:41:19 »
wrong Mike .. Its so stupid simple it is myself and my own greed I am fighting .. you did too, I have read the mans CV not in that batting order !
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« Reply #78 on: 2013-12-27, 19:55:07 »
Sorry, Mike, I don't place any faith in NMR or NAR.

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« Reply #79 on: 2013-12-27, 20:06:13 »
wrong Mike .. Its so stupid simple it is myself and my own greed I am fighting .. you did too, I have read the mans CV not in that batting order !

You have lost me, he was an accoustics guy wasn't he, speakers and the like, your better than me at looking up people, I use my sister and her daughter, both solicitors, talking of that look at your private message here.

Mike
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« Reply #80 on: 2013-12-27, 20:19:19 »
Sorry, Mike, I don't place any faith in NMR or NAR.



I wouldn't have in the past, but not so sure now, it would seem logical to me to gain energy, I just can't see getting such a high voltage from magnetic induction into such a small collection coil. I can create around 800v in a single turn magnetic loop at around 2amps though (it would be 90 degrees out of phase though). Always the possibility of going into phase, and I would not like to be by it if it did Cheesy

There is still a lot to learn about magnetic loops, and the Ham guy's no more than most Afro

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