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Joule Ringer 3.0: Boosts Battery Power with Homemade Transformer
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David Cleveland brought this to my attention. It shows a bank of LED lights, each of which independently pull 12 W from a grid watt meter, but a bank of 10 of them, connected to the Joule Ringer 3.0 circuit pull only 20 Watts combined.


No more squealing! This stacked toroid design handles heavy loads while running nice and quiet. The transistor stays cool. I am also testing this stacked toroid transformer with the Crossover circuit. (YouTube November 11, 2013)

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-- SilverThunder 18:11, 13 November 2013 (UTC)


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[11/8/2013 10:08:44 PM] Sterling D. Allan: Any updates on Magnacoaster fulfillment?

[11/8/2013 10:25:21 PM] Directory:Rasa's Zero Point Institute: They have sent out about 10 or 11 generators to satisfied customers.

But last time I checked, they were still moving at snail pace (sending out about 2 generators per month). They were looking for a warehouse to expand their operations, and they already have trained a group of employees to assemble generators. So once they get the warehouse, they can expand to 20 - 30 generators per month.

However, last time I checked, the reason they were having difficulty finding a warehouse was because the power companies were refusing to accept the huge amount of energy they were planning on sending back into the grid. I suggested to them to just use other types of loads to load down the generators during break-in stage, instead of trying to send it into the grid, and they told me it might come to that.

However, [the] last time I called was about a month ago, so they might have already gotten the new warehouse by now. (I can try to call [Monday] to find the current update on where they stand in this process).

Regardless of whether they have gotten the warehouse or not, I am still planning on flying to Cananda myself in a few months and picking one up myself, at which time I will post some youtube videos which will show, beyond a question of doubt, that there are 5 KW coming from the generator, and not some sort of trick of the batteries.

[11/8/2013 10:30:54 PM] rasaviharii: I wanted to send you a link:

[11/8/2013 10:33:05 PM] rasaviharii: I have been discussing with other scientists over the theory that it is the same quantum tunneling effect which is causing both the solar cells and the magnetic tunneling junctions to behave at over 100% efficiency.

[4:24:43 PM] Sterling D. Allan: Any word from magnacoaster today?

[8:36:19 PM] rasaviharii: I spoke to them, and the situation is as I had assumed: 10 generators out the door, and still no warehouse yet.

-- SilverThunder 04:15, 13 November 2013 (UTC)

Mark Dansie's report on Philippine typhoon devastation

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I just finished listening to Gary Hendershot's "Barking at the Moon" episode from Monday night on the Rense network, where he interviewed Mark Dansie to get a boots-on-the-ground report of what's been happening in the Philippines in the wake of what could turn out to be the worst storm to hit land in recorded history.

He was in the direct line of fire of the path of the storm, but gives some cogent perspective on what it was like to be there. His report is very up-beat as he describes the resilient people and their care-free attitude and love of life and of each other. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to it, minus one little point that I addressed briefly in my story today.

For chipping in to help those devastated, where "a little money goes a long way", Mark recommended:


(YouTube November 11, 2013)

-- SilverThunder 03:04, 13 November 2013 (UTC)

Bank shooting photos of Raphial's home -- in jeopardy

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-- SilverThunder 02:46, 13 November 2013 (UTC)

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