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PG’s Experiment

FRP covered dish

A  HIGH VOLTAGE  experimental to attempt to confuse inertia/mass with rich magnetic fields that move in 3 dimensions. This is a paper skin over a light wood frame. It has been covered with FRP ( fiberglass reinforced polyester) and will be covered with a metal foil skin. Under the disk is a flat wound Tesla coil of 14 ga. copper wire  that will terminate at the top skin. At the center termination there is a 8 inch pin cushion inside a plasma conduit that vents down. There are 12 secondary twitch coils around the rim that are powered by the main field.  links to pages of additional information on primary coil driver and pictorial-schematic-of-device

25 February2012, Those white streaks are weak, resin starved areas and must be ground out and relaid. WHAT a disagreeable job! Hopefully I will have this done in an other week and then be able to start the metal work.

This post will be an on going project for a while  pg

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22 responses to “PG’s Experiment

  1. P.G. Sharrow December 1, 2011 at 8:15 pm

    I have a lot of information that I will have to organize and place here. This entails a lot of physics that is not main stream but I feel is valid. pg

  2. MaxSMoke777 December 1, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    Aw, the good stuff!

    REPLY wait until I get up the real stuff. This is just a place holder as I figure out how to create and post real articles. pg

  3. adolfogiurfa December 3, 2011 at 6:45 am

    @P.G. Interesting!: You know the difference between the zillions tons of water which float over our heads (against Saint Newton´s “sacred law of gravitation”) and rain water is charge…..

  4. p.g.sharrow December 3, 2011 at 7:20 am

    Welcome Adolfo; I am glad to see you drop by my new construction project. I seem to have flipped the wrong bit and lost your comment, Sorry about that. better luck next time. pg

  5. P.G. Sharrow December 3, 2011 at 7:39 am

    @ Adolfo; your marriage of solar wind and O3 to create H2O in the very high atmosphere is most interesting to me. Creation of very high wispy or hazy cloudiness would act as a sun screen and reduce solar radiation reaching the surface. pg

  6. adolfogiurfa December 3, 2011 at 12:46 pm

    @p.g Step by step your blog will also defy “holy gravity”

  7. E.M.Smith December 8, 2011 at 12:16 am

    @Adolfo:

    Think P.G. can get a strong enough e-field going to suck protons out of the Birkland Current and make rain? 😉

    FWIW, there’s an “odd thing” I’ve wanted to make but it looks like PG has the skills for it more than I do… There is that image of a “Lotus Blossom” aka Egyptian Light Bulb with an arc down the middle. Turns out that with just a tiny bit of vacuum you can make a florescent bulb of sorts with air filled tube. (or maybe CO2 rich oxygen depleted would work better? Or maybe O2 depleted with a metal ‘getter’ via the electrode nitrogen? at any rate, things to play with…)

    But where can an Egyptian get a few kV when all they had was the “Baghdad Battery”?

    Imagine a big wheel with spokes. On the rim are a bunch of copper or bronze pads. There is a ‘pickup’ or three that runs on the pads… In one position of the wheel: batteries charge a set of metal foil over glass jug capacitors (in parallel), in the next position the capacitors are put in series and a spark makes a Tesla like coil put a pulse of power down the glass tube… and a glow… Repeat.

    All it takes is copper wire, copper or bronze contacts, metal foil, thin ceramic pots, and a slave to crank the wheel…

    I’m pretty sure that after 3000 years some guy digging up the remains would find little of the wood and just some ceramic ‘jugs’ with the metal mostly ‘recycled’ by folks stealing it or corroded away in most cases. Unless very familiar with electrical work, they’d likely have little idea what it was even if intact. I suspect most would just call it a ‘ceremonial wheel’ to the copper god even if they did see one…

    It would be a “way cool’ demonstration project in any case…

    I bet you could even ‘dummy one up’ in no time using commercial modest sized commercial capacitors and modern batteries for the ‘proof of concept’… And your existing Tesla Coil skills to wind an appropriate sized demo coil…

    If you look up ‘air glow discharge tube’ you can find many examples of it. If one electrode is water, you get a more stable glow at lower voltages at full atmospheric pressure…

    http://www.mendeley.com/research/dc-glow-discharges-atmospheric-pressure-air/

    has a example air glow discharge paper and a link to the one with the water electrode (pay for the whole paper, so I just looked at the sample pages).

    In any case, a Tesla coil will make glow discharges in free air, so putting one into a bulb ought not be that hard… just takes more room than I have… oh, and a Tesla Coil…

    REPLY: I have used this coil to light up 8ft florescent tubes in my hand several feet away in transformer mode with 15,000v input. There are some propositions that the pyramids were giant electrostatic receivers. With a metal top piece It could pick up some of that 300v per meter that is created by gravity in the atmosphere. pg

  8. P.G. Sharrow December 8, 2011 at 7:45 am

    That mendeley site looks very interesting. Thanks for the link.
    I guess I should do a post about the story of that coil as well as the description of it that will be included in the above. pg

  9. P.G. Sharrow December 12, 2011 at 8:33 pm

    Check out latest page

    https://pgtruspace.wordpress.com/pictorial-schematic-of-device/

    For pictures and description of device. pg

  10. P.G. Sharrow February 25, 2012 at 7:36 pm

    Last week I assembled the primary coil driver unit, very pleased with its’ operation. and am now working on the FRP shell. Those white streaks are weak, resin starved areas and must be ground out and relaid. WHAT a disagreeable job! Hopefully I will have this done in an other week and then be able to start the metal work.

  11. Valeria May 21, 2013 at 8:24 pm

    Hi there would you mind sharing which blog platform you’re working with? I’m
    looking to start my own blog in the near future but I’m having a difficult time choosing between BlogEngine/Wordpress/B2evolution and Drupal. The reason I ask is because your design seems different then most blogs and I’m looking for something unique.
    P.S Apologies for getting off-topic but I had to ask!

  12. adolfogiurfa May 24, 2013 at 9:24 am

    Dear PG: You can see here, attraction and repulsion generated by a Tesla flat coil:

    As I said 1. When the two polar forces oppose, at sin 0°=0, and Cos 180°= -1 ,
    the resultant field is 100% an EMISSION FIELD.

    These two polar forces, as you see in the diagram ( http://www.giurfa.com/unified_field.pdf ), happen at the diameter (180º apart). You could reproduce any relative angles between the two forces if you build a flat coil, composed of two concentric coils, where you could change the angle between the two at wish.

  13. p.g.sharrow May 31, 2013 at 9:29 pm

    @Valeria, I am using WordPress( see bottom of this page) They have many styles available and allow me to use a lot of pictures. Of the providers that I have examined, WordPress looked best for my needs. pg

  14. p.g.sharrow May 31, 2013 at 9:38 pm

    @Adolfo; The forces between flat concentric coils as well as the forces between capacitance plates is something that needs more examination specially at high energy levels. Most of the work I have seen done has been involved with coupling one to the other and not both being driven to deliberately create fields. pg

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    @Simon; these 2 won the coin toss, LoL
    When these things come up on my spam filter they automatically get a “ping back” as I pass over them with my mouse before disposal. Just one of the joys of running a blog is the morning trash dump. My guess is that these spambots are a way of faking traffic. A way to make money with your “home computer” is to drive up Google ratings placement for business sites. pg

  18. Simon Derricutt October 6, 2014 at 12:43 pm

    pg – I hate those things that happen with a mouse-over. There used to be a browser setting to disable them, but it seems to have been removed. Too much advertising revenue depends on them, I suppose.

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