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#35 exchemist

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Posted 26 May 2017 - 02:06 AM

So guys, It doesn't matter for me how much advanced you are with the knowledges or not, but if you have doubts ask a specialist for example a physycs professor,  if it is posible or not before making wrong  assumptions how much do I do know in the field or not......I said I.m studying the magnetic flux generated by a magnetic spinning sphere peace of cake...,....this means...... you are making wrong assumptions. Time is precious for me and for you.To  the ones who are thinking they are the smartest people on the earth because they have a diploma... and the more prepared ones I kindly sugest them to stay out of this and let just the interested ones to discuss. From my point of view I can discuss with a 7 year boy or girl because it is a simple thing! 
So if you are profesionits you will replicate it at a small scale measure it and then have your conclusions I already have mines but minse are private from a simple reason this is not a show. television .......


No, we understand the science of this perfectly well, which is very simple and standard. There is clearly a communication problem because your English is not very good, which leaves us guessing a bit as to what you are trying to do.

But OK, if you are just experimenting to see what you can get your neodymium sphere magnet to do, that's all great. By spinning the sphere next to the coil you are getting it to cut magnetic flux, which results in an induced current in it, which can light the bulb a bit. This is 6th form electromagnetism, no problem.

What could be a problem is if you start suggesting, on YouTube, that you can get 75W of electrical power from a couple of 1.5V batteries. That would be incorrect and might cause ill-informed people to think you had some magical way of getting "free energy". The internet is full of scams and delusions of this sort, which is why I was suspicious of you at the beginning of this thread.
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Posted 26 May 2017 - 02:16 AM

this time it is not a scam 

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Posted 26 May 2017 - 02:22 AM

this time it is not a scam 
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Aha! So you DO pretend you are getting free energy.

That is exactly what I was afraid of. You are not, as we have all explained to you.

And your YouTube video risks spreading this nonsense.

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Posted 26 May 2017 - 02:32 AM

from were did you get this conclusion ? I said the movies are not scams. I didn.t said it is free energy . Free energy it is for the "specialists" I have a good opinion about you do not make me change it.

 

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#39 Farming guy

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Posted 26 May 2017 - 07:01 AM


What could be a problem is if you start suggesting, on YouTube, that you can get 75W of electrical power from a couple of 1.5V batteries. That would be incorrect and might cause ill-informed people to think you had some magical way of getting "free energy". The internet is full of scams and delusions of this sort, which is why I was suspicious of you at the beginning of this thread.

Where do these  "free energy" people come from, and why do they keep popping up?



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Posted 26 May 2017 - 07:40 AM

Where do these  "free energy" people come from, and why do they keep popping up?

 

Oh, don't ask that, FG -- you might find more of them.

 

I suppose you could get 75 watts out of a 1.5 volt battery with a voltage multiplier circuit -- charge capacitors up to 1.5 volts DC in parallel, and then electronically switch them into series; the more capacitors, the higher the voltage.   That would get around the problem of the battery's internal resistance -- but it would also be completely impractical.


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Posted 26 May 2017 - 09:09 AM

So guys, It doesn't matter for me how much advanced you are with the knowledges or not, but if you have doubts ask a specialist for example a physycs professor,  if it is posible or not before making wrong  assumptions how much do I do know in the field or not......I said I.m studying the magnetic flux generated by a magnetic spinning sphere peace of cake..

No worries there.  Many of us do similar things.

.,....this means...... you are making wrong assumptions.

Which wrong assumptions are those?

Time is precious for me and for you.To  the ones who are thinking they are the smartest people on the earth because they have a diploma... and the more prepared ones I kindly sugest them to stay out of this and let just the interested ones to discuss.

A diploma doesn't make you smart.  It just gives you the tools to begin learning.

From my point of view I can discuss with a 7 year boy or girl because it is a simple thing!

Well, sure.  I can discuss the finer points of wireless power transfer with my 5 year old son.  But if I want to gain better understanding, it would be wiser to speak to a wireless power expert.



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Posted 26 May 2017 - 09:11 AM

From my point of view I can discuss with a 7 year boy or girl because it is a simple thing! 

 

"Why, this could be understood by a child of five!  Somebody fetch a child of five." -- Groucho Marx


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Posted 26 May 2017 - 12:46 PM

"Why, this could be understood by a child of five!  Somebody fetch a child of five." -- Groucho Marx

Or "So easy a child prodigy can build it."



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Posted 26 May 2017 - 12:49 PM

Or "So easy a child prodigy can build it."

 

Yes, but all children are prodigies.  Just ask the parents.


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Posted 26 May 2017 - 01:04 PM

:) come on guys it is realy easy but I do not encourage kids because as I said it is not a scam and it is dangerous!!!!!!!

H3C-HC-CH3 Professorum non facit barba (this means you can have a lot of paid studies but if you can concetrate 1 sec )

who said I have light the 75 W bulb with 1,5 v battery ????? I didn.t said that, like I didn.t said it is a perpetuum mobile 

so you didn't saw the movie but you are making assumptions - wrong assumptions what kind of studies do you said you have:) , how old are you ?



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Posted 26 May 2017 - 01:16 PM

if you will concentrate aprox 20 min maybe you will discover an aplication more important (it is a message in the layout of the generator) and you will discover something more important instead a small electric generator/mechanical inverter .....
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#47 exchemist

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Posted 26 May 2017 - 02:45 PM

from were did you get this conclusion ? I said the movies are not scams. I didn.t said it is free energy . Free energy it is for the "specialists" I have a good opinion about you do not make me change it.
 
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Aha so you have a view on what this all means but you won't tell us, eh? Very coy of you.

Well I'll tell you what it means: zero.

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Posted 26 May 2017 - 02:54 PM

:) come on guys it is realy easy but I do not encourage kids because as I said it is not a scam and it is dangerous!!!!!!!
H3C-HC-CH3 Professorum non facit barba (this means you can have a lot of paid studies but if you can concetrate 1 sec )
who said I have light the 75 W bulb with 1,5 v battery ????? I didn.t said that, like I didn.t said it is a perpetuum mobile 
so you didn't saw the movie but you are making assumptions - wrong assumptions what kind of studies do you said you have:) , how old are you ?


H3C - HC- HC3 is an odd-electron radical (the isopropyl radical) and will be highly unstable. Why do you refer to this?

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#49 billvon

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Posted 26 May 2017 - 03:29 PM

H3C - HC- HC3 is an odd-electron radical (the isopropyl radical) and will be highly unstable. Why do you refer to this?

He is Gish Galloping again.  "They won't take me seriously?  I'll show them.  I will post some very science-y words, and if they say they don't understand, I can call them clueless and immature!"



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Posted 26 May 2017 - 03:37 PM

 "They won't take me seriously?"

 

SCITL says that as if it were a bad thing.   Actually, I have recognized that his comments don't parse, and no longer try to parse them.


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Posted 27 May 2017 - 02:32 AM

I think what science toolbar wish to say is: if the magnetic flux generated by the neodymyum sphere can charge the coil,enough to light a bulb this means it can charge unconventional materials....it is simple. A kindly advice for you, in the future when someone will wish to share an ideea do not say welcome to him with axes and loaded weapons.....