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 Post subject: Imhoteps Radiant Oscillator_Negative Rqatiant Energy_Diagram
PostPosted: Tue Aug 10, 2010 6:37 am 
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mbrown in the interactive FAQ spoke of positive and negative radiant electricity. i am quite interestesd in generating the 'negative radiant energy' using Imhoteps'' Radiant Oscillator thereby having a Negative Radiant Energy conditioned& charged lead acid battery filled with this 'electricity'. Would like to do experiments using this "negative radiant energy" in HF shortwave reception and trransmission,perhaps in the amateur bands as I have a license.. Somevery unusual claime were made by the inventor Moray regarding sw reception in his son's privately printed "The Sea Of Energy In Which The Earth Floats", of which I have a copy printed in the late 1960's. Moray's son passed on the observation that a SW radio wave receiver using a negative radiant energy power supply is many orders of magnitude more sensitive than a "conventionally powerd" unit. This I would like to 'see' & will report any results to Imhotep's Lab.
m brown said as to building a version of the Imphotep Radiant Oscillator that may charge a lead acid battery: "...alternatively, we can place a bridge rectifier accross the coil and place the positive and negative directly to the charging battery or capacitor..." We post here a diagramme using this suggestion-will this cirucit work to charge a lead acid or Nickle Metal Hydride battery with negative radiant energy? What type of bridge rectifier would you use? Would assume high voltage,(1KV?) but low current,since 'current' our devices can measure does not flow when this form of electricity is present in a battery? Is our diagramme as posted correct: " Imhotep's Radiant Oscillator_Negative Radiant Energy"

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 Post subject: Re: Imhoteps Radiant Oscillator_Negative Rqatiant Energy_Diagram
PostPosted: Wed Aug 11, 2010 3:02 am 
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I think any bridge rectifier will work, you can make one with four diodes. I use old components ripped out of computer power supplies

With a 12v supply you will get around 120 to 140v.

Using a bridge will cause the batteries to balance until their voltages are equal, so it is better to use a source battery of slightly lower voltage than the charging battery to get pure radiant.

Go to http://www.falstad.com/circuit/
Then import this text
$ 1 1.0E-9 0.23009758908928252 52 5.0 50
178 416 224 560 224 0 1 9.999999999999999E-6 0.06098287982570862 0.05 1000000.0 0.08 90.0
v 304 256 368 256 0 0 40.0 12.0 0.0 0.0 0.5
c 400 432 336 432 0 1.0E-5 10.70656849030409
w 416 272 416 320 0
w 416 320 592 320 0
w 592 320 592 208 0
w 592 208 560 208 0
w 416 224 304 224 0
w 304 224 304 256 0
w 368 256 416 256 0
w 368 320 368 256 0
d 336 352 368 320 1 0.805904783
d 368 320 400 352 1 0.805904783
d 336 352 368 384 1 0.805904783
d 368 384 400 352 1 0.805904783
w 416 320 416 384 0
w 416 384 368 384 0
w 336 352 336 432 0
w 400 352 400 432 0
o 2 1 0 43 11.718289888396994 0.11718289888396996 0 -1
o 2 1 1 43 0.9568131466127622 9.765625000000001E-205 1 -1


This shows a basic circuit in operation. Remember that the simulator will only show conventional current and not radiant but it does demonstrate how it works.


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