Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 14, 2016 at 8:53 pm.
Summary : Advanced studies in solid state electro-magnetic field manipulation, based upon the two synchronous spin negentropy vortex poles - since 2000
Based upon a study of the CD motor, a new experiment dubbed POD (Power On Demand) was published in January 2002. Physically the POD unit consists of:
A ceramic ring magnet stack, typically about 2-3 inches in length, based upon one inch diameter magnets.
Two wind layers are placed over the outer side of the stack, each insulated by tape. The wind direction for these layers is not important.
A third wind layer is then added to the central POD core, and is connected such that when pulsed, the core is demagnetised.
An end magnet in polar sync with the ring magnet stack separated by a 1mm air gap is then added.
The basic idea behind the POD core, is that the two wind layers on the ring magnet stack, provide additional potential to the demagnetisation cycle taking place on the core, 'precharge' for the pulse circuit, if you wish.
Energy is therefore continually taken from the ring magnet stack each time the coils are pulsed.
The ring magnet stack seeks to compensate for this imbalance in turn, and draws upon the most dense source of energy near it to do so - the end magnet.
Thus the end magnet is placed into the same exotic state, as is achieved mechanically by the Adams motor - except the POD core allows easier study of the phenomena manifested.
Experimental observation (moving a small DC motor around the immediate area of the pole face) allowed the following magnetic schematic to be derived.
An explanation put forward by Tim Harwood, which matches those of Mr Adams himself, is that magnets have 4 poles, and that a centripedal negentropy vortex pole, connected synchronous spin, is located in the dead center of the accepted magnetic poles. This hidden pole 'flares up' temporarily whenever the field strength of a magnet is reduced below its equilibrium level. It is the mechanism by which magnets maintain their field strength. Various talk of a world magnetic grid from multiple authors, is likely formed where the force lines of these two different sets of magnetic poles intersect.
The pulse timing for the POD core was originally designed to be based upon an induction coil or Hall IC. The concept was that each time the pm field was re-established in the core, it would automatically trigger the input pulse, that would once again demagnetize the core. To this extent, the apparatus would develop a form of natural self regulated pulse frequency. This would only work properly with a high grade core such as magnetite, or metglas. So the original concept was a form of tuned self resonant device.
The circuitry developed to support the POD core has been dubbed 'inverted,' in the sense that the system capacitor is filled with back emf spikes, and then a load is connected, whose electrical connections are reversed from normal conventions. Typically, a small DC electric motor is the recommended load type, and significant current draw reductions are readily apparent typically of up to 50%, significantly extending motor run time, although not necessarily increasing total system energy. Voltage gain requires expertise in tuning the system, and there is no guarantee that reading this page is sufficient, although key data is provided (as of 2007). So far as I can research, this solid state current draw concept was a wholly original claim and technological concept at time of publication.
For practical reasons, research tended towards fixed frequencies. As of 2007, I have finally decided to release the data you need to manifest thermoelectric voltage gain, due to lack of funding interest in developing the technology.
You might conclude from that graph that 2.2 KHz is the sweet spot. If absolute gain is the only criteria, then this is true. However, device throughput is ALSO an important consideration.
You can see at 2.2 KHz the high over-unity gain only happens under 3% duty. This would tend to imply that the JLN labs tests, captured as little as one third of the potential efficiency of the apparatus, at 20% duty.
Whereas at around 4 Khz, the initial high voltage surge lasts for several percent duty.
Essentially the pulse duration is shorter at 4 KHz, so a longer duty has an equivalent absolute time period, to the lower duties at 2.2 Khz. As the main chart shows, 4 Khz is only slightly less efficient that 2.2 KHz. The gains in throughput make 4KHz at 5% duty optimal.
So try these frequencies and duties:
2.2 KHz at 2% duty
4 KHz at 5% duty
Since the effect is manifested at the very moment of switch closure, and thereafter decays, as any student of Tesla will know, the advantage of these lower duties should not come as a surprise.
The anomalous physics manifested within the air gap between the end magnet and the ring stack continues to draw research interest.
RF and MANY other electromagnetic anomalies have been manifested.
Scaling the frequencies / duties to plasma systems.
Higher voltage inputs on the apparent linear 120v series.
The original POD concept of a tuned self resonant pulsed system, can be applied to air cored coils, where flux saturation is less of a limiting factor in device throughput.
The POD core is a classic learning aid for anyone who wishes to understand the exotic negentropy properties of unbalanced magnetic fields
The manifestation of coupled current is the first stage of the process, in advanced configurations, systems perform factional distillation of this coupled form of current. A pulsed DC Tesla coil can be used to perfrom this task. The secondary coil must be at least 6.8 ohms, and is preferably made of a material optimized to easily transmit magnetic flux, but less permeable to electron flow. A steel alloy in this case is preferable to copper. Via this process a gaseous form of mass free electrical energy is obtained. This obviously has faster-than-light implications, as well as allowing enormous increases in power density. This form of electrical energy, not dependant upon electrons, is the ultimate secret of free energy.
These repeatable experiments have been on the internet for free since January 2002. Yet the people who conducted this research, continue to grow old, without recognition, sponsorship, and with no attempt at ongoing development of the technology.
I would encourage readers of this page to try these simple pulse experiments for themselves, and verify that there is indeed a conspiracy led by the banking cartel, to retain control of centralized energy distribution, as a calculated means of social control.
Tom Bearden publically endorsed the POD circuit 12 months after it was originally published, stating inverted circuits to reduce current draw was one that worked, and that an associate of his had managed to replicate the results.
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Talk:Directory:PODcore - Talk Directory entry to discuss experiment
Directory:CDmotor - Encyclopaedic entry about companion experiment
POD core by JLN Labs - Note: JLN did not perform tests upon a small DC fan motor using a capacitor float, as explicitly instructed. However, despite the flawed methodology, evidence of an excess of current is still visible in some of the test data.
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