Well hear was what I wrote:
Good, this is nice to hear!
This is interesting as I put a single wire from a transformer
(internally rectified to PDC) and connected it to a micro amp meter and
a diode in parallel, I tried many setups and verified that the current
read in the microamp reader was not coming through the one wire by any
means, In fact the current appeared because of the diode and the
asymmetry it created, it was very similar indeed a variant of the
alvagardo plug though I did not know of it at the time, I never measured
The energy though only in microamps was never the less very real and the
main point seemed to be that it did not drain the energy input so that
more could be attached, adding more diodes in series did nothing but
adding more micrometers would have, but alas I would have to buy many
microamp meters to do it so I kept it in the back of my mind, if the
right coil was found the energy from this could be much greater.
I suggest that the device (not knowing exactly what it is) would work
better with an asymmetric HV biased waves, The other thing is to make
larger coils, I don't however know how the circuit works, my only other
suggestion is adding a caduceus wound torus.
Well I'm glad that there are people trying things and getting good
"Jerry W. Decker" wrote:
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