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PostPosted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:05 am    Post subject: connectings CBs together into a multi-phase system Reply with quote

So I bought $400 worth of various lenghts of 1/2' solid copper lightening rods for my next generation of (various sized) CBs that I would like to connect together into a multi-phase system.

Like, you know homes have 1-phase power and commercial facilities usually have much more powerful 3-phase power? Well, 3-phase power simply means they connected three single-phase transformers together and have thus increased their available power. Bc multi-phase has a rotating magnetic field whereas single-phase power does not. Single-phase power does not have a rotating magnetic field, but when you bounce multiple non-rotating single phases off each other then the magnetic field starts getting off-balance and rotating faster n faster, which somehow creates more power. That's my understanding of the basic physics of what is 3-phase power, why is it better than 1-phase power, & how is this applicable to orgonite. Several CBs connected together would be a 'polyphase system', bc after all crystals & orgonite produce AC sine wave, not DC square wave. So therefore it should be natural to connect CBs together into a polyphase system, no? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyphase_system

Each cb is a single-phase alternating current transformer and crystal radio, bc anything that creates voltage inevitably emits rf. My cb measures 21 volts on a oscilloscope, but very little watts / amps.

So what happens if I connect three or more of them together into a circuit? Has anybody ever done that before and why not?

To connect 3-phase motors or transformers together one must use a 3 or 4 wire connection, bc ALL three phase system require a neutral wire for the electricity to have a backwards as well as a forwards route, while all the different phases bounce off each other and harmonize.

4-wire connections are only necessary for balancing the load to/in a house, and the 4th wire sends electricity back to the substation which I suspect nobody here is interested in doing, so we (I) are going to use a 3-wire connection between CBs. Each cb will need one steel (+) anode and two copper (-) cathodes. 3-phase systems do not require a ground for power transmission; only for safety; like, say, a lightening strike, or bc you want to flow current thru one of the steel anodes using a DC power supply- for a more powerful weather modification device.

I am pretty sure like basically positive that adding a steel post into an orgonite matrix will create a + terminal or anode and a copper or aluminum post will create a - negative terminal or cathode. It's impossible to know for sure w/o checking w/ an oscilloscope, but I'll bet somebody a $100 crystal. My brother has an oscilloscope bk in Dallas so I will build two or three tiny CBs for him to test w/ the oscilloscope. I need to verify that a) a steel rod will actually create a positive terminal, or anode, and b) a copper rod or pipe creates a negative terminal, or cathode. And C) it's probably impossible to verify that the 'star' configuration between CBs is wired correctly w/o an oscilloscope, is it? I wonder if I could get the job done w/ a multimeter...

Anyway, 3-phase or greater (up to at least 23-phase) systems cannot be wired in-series or parallel. They can only be wired in 'star' or 'delta' connections. My research suggests a 3-wire 'star' connection will work best for the purposes of connecting CBs together.

So that's what I'm working on trying to get poured before winter falls. Any comments, tips, advice, or HELP is greatly and truly appreciated.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Would you be able to apply a little Pulse Width Modulation into your CB circut? I've got the schematics for a few PWM's if you want them, although they're kinda old compared to what's available on google now.

Now sure how this applies to your idea, but here's something else related to RF signals with PWM.

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Wang_Hoon_Lee2/publication/250005 580/figure/fig1/AS:392848831729664@1470673868050/Fig1-Block-diagram-of -the-PWM-transmitter.ppm

I've been mulling over the idea of a CB with rotating magnets around the copper pipes, or rotating magnets within them, but I just moved into a house that is in need of some repairs so I don't have the time or extra money to play with my CB Magnetron-like thingy idea.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 2:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My next major project will be to build several orgonite devices and pass the signal from one side to the other so they can all be powered with a single device. I actually plan to have two - one for an earth battery, and one for the output from a computer (or a zapper, using a 3.5mm adapter). Pics to come when they are designed.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jedi, it sounds like you are working on same thing as me then. Cool. Let's collaborate.

Renegade, i'm going to take a look at that when i get a sec but i am on a budget too and am trying to keep this to real simple electrical engineering. Once I get the correct polyphase (star) configuration between at least 3 CBs then we can phase the cb transformer into more of a Marconi crystal radio. The only difference between a transformer and a crystal radio is that the capacitance inside a transformer is not allowed to leak out thru a leaky inductor or capacitator. Voltage creates rf and CBs have a lot of voltage that they gather from the local environment- passing rf , thermal, perhaps the quantum flux- and harmonizes all those various manifestations of energy into a single measurable alternating current sine wave that emits an apparently as-yet-unknown rf.

I just dropped by to withdraw the bet for the $100 crystal. I talked this over w/ my brother who reminded me I built a wedding present before I left Dallas w/ a silver-plated copper rod and a steel rod that I was hoping was going to be a cathode & anode, respectively, but mu bro said he tested that w/ the oscilloscope before I left and the polarity between the silver-plated copper rod and the steel post was fluctuating similarly but not exactly like the cb w/ five copper pipes, the difference coming from the resistance or resistor provided by the copper vs that or copper, as well as the properties the elements themselves steel (lead, chrome, nickel, molybdenum) vs those of copper. Pure soft lead rod might make a better anode than a cheap steel rod or screw.

I'm my cb, the poles were constantly changing between pipes. I was hoping adding some resistance from a steel post would create a proper anode, but my brother said that was not the case. I withdraw the bet. Somebody should have took me up on that.

So, my first experiment using a steel post did not create the proper anode I need to successfully harness the voltage by wiring the cb in whatever circuit I want. Ok, BUT- this cb it was not grounded either. And I used steel. Those are the two variables I can play with- maybe if it was properly grounded the steel post would function properly as an anode? Or, try using a soft lead post instead of steel. What is 'soft lead'? Ebay is your friend when Amazon isn't, or google can answer the question of why 'soft' lead (pure means 99.999 preferably or at least 99.99%) is desirable for the anode terminal of a battery.

If I (we) can't get a proper anode and cathode I'm not sure how we can be successful wire up (at least) three CBs up into a multi-phase system. Maybe three copper posts would be sufficient so long as the electricity has that neutral wire for a forward and return path I don't need a steel/lead anode. Without an oscilloscope this is just speculation and conjecture. Somebody smart help me please. Sensei...
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