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Monday, May 23, 2011

121 - simulations

Dear Reader,

I've FINALLY learned how to work in 'draft' format. lol. I've removed my current analysis accordingly.

The efficiency of our circuit technology is very well explained by the oscillation that is enabled through the that eccentric NERD Q-Array. What this manages to do is to control the input current at a predetermined frequency while allowing the full expression and potential benefits of that parasitic oscillation. This is generally 'blocked' in standard applications as being unnecessary. In our case we rely on this oscillation to generate usable heat over the resistor element - while doing nothing material to deplete the energy from the battery supply source.

Surprisingly - this oscillation is allowed for in standard simulation software. This fact is hugely significant. It means that, in effect, one can explore and develop this technology as a primary tool and use apparatus to simply verify those results. This - indeed - is why that software was ever developed. The surprise is this. The software itself has no 'restrictions' to showing results that exceed Kirchhoff's rules. In effect there is an implicit requirement in the computation of power delivered and dissipated that relies on Faraday's Inductive Laws to the exclusion of any Thermodynamic restrictions at all. It is tailored, in effect, to show Over Unity - should this be a consequence of a circuit design.

That fact is EXTRAORDINARY. I have been ASSURED that if this proves correct - then one can move away from the experimental apparatus and simply explore the applications as designed on this software. Subsequent testing would be secondary. It frees up the potentials for design - exponentially. WHICH IS A VERY GOOD THING.

I am in receipt of some excellent work done by Tivon Rivers confined to the use of a 555 switching circuit. What he found is that the voltage and subsequent current flow - actually varies over time that the power on the circuit gradually increases. But his results do not, yet appear to show Over Unity. I am also aware of some other work that is being done here but have not yet been given those results. Meanwhile, however, here's Poynty's results as they relate to our own circuit.
ENJOY.

Kindest regards,
Rosie