Thursday, November 10, 2016

Mark McKay's EV Gray motor analysis indicates Hutchison Effect in Tesla's Tri-Metal Generator.

Which becomes obvious in viewing the three stages of development of the EV Gray motor....
  1. Marvin Cole - the Searle Effect yielding no beneficial use, whatsoever, of the Hutchinson Effect. Levitation indicates a waste of energy for what should have been the exclusive use of what the EV Gray motor is intended for: locomotion, not flight. 
  2. Richard Hackenberger's two phases of development.....
  3. Pre-FCC Raid in which Richard was blowing up a second set of batteries to dump some (but not all) of the excess energy produced by the EV Gray motor, versus 
  4. Post-FCC Raid yields full scale Hutchinson Effect  by pumping compressed air through the interior of the specially designed chassis to prevent arcing and avoid attracting the attention of the FCC.

The FCC raid was the second of the two raids which the EV Gray motor was made to suffer through.

The Hutchinson Effect is a radio interference in an electrostatic field. The EV Gray motor must have been utilizing this effect to be able to have a COP of nearly 300! Tesla's Special Tri-Metal Generator must also have been using the Hutchinson Effect by blowing compressed air through the Nazi version of Tesla's device. An AC mechanical watt-hour meter and a DC homopolar/unipolar disk could both exhibit this effect, and each in their own way.

A DC homopolar/unipolar disk could separate the magnetic field from its electric field causing one to drag behind the other by the proper arrangement and use of aluminum, copper and iron as noted in my prior video...

An AC mechanical watt-hour meter separates the voltage and amperage components of an AC sine wave coming from the power grid in order to operate as an induction motor to spin its aluminum disk. The immersion into an electrostatic field of these two electromagnetic (radio) waves constitutes the Hutchinson Effect.

What helped me come to these conclusions is this video...

...which seems to imply an hypothesis that a second set of electric/magnetic fields are cloned perpendicular from the first set whenever eddy currents are generated in aluminum.

View links to ODT files at bottom of the above blog which all lead to:

Or else, download as a 43 Mb zip file from...

Or, from here...

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Here is my latest imagination of a solid state version of Tesla's Special TriMetal Generator.

I incorrectly quoted someone in this video. It's the north pole, not the south pole, which this fellow says has a slight tendency of sticking to an aluminum chunk of metal.

My only addition to this line of imagination is to add a capacitor to make this into a tank circuit to create a reactively responsive relationship between the circuit and the external load. This is assuming that a solid-state version of Nikola Tesla's Special Generator can only be an AC device. William Lyne's story of the mechanical reciprocating piston variety lends itself to an AC version as well. So, there may not be any DC version, possible, which takes this generator out of the realm of direct correlation to any conventional homopolar or unipolar generator of Michael Faraday's legacy.

Friday, October 7, 2016

The Definition of a Transformer

  1. 1.
    an apparatus for reducing or increasing the voltage of an alternating current.
  2. 2.
    a person or thing that transforms something.
If this is the definition of 'transformer', then this is like saying that the definition of 'mankind' is equivalent to saying 'white folk'. A little prejudiced against DC transformers, eh?

But wait...
There's no such thing as a DC transformer, right? Wrong...

Consider the Perpetual Motion Holder made famous by Edward Leedskalnin consisting of a horseshoe piece of magnetizable iron with at least one coil of wire wrapped around one of its legs. The bottom of each leg is planned smooth and sanded to fit flush against the side of a magnetizable iron plate long enough to span the two legs and create a magnetically closed circuit. A weight is attached to this plate to make it nice and heavy. One end of the coil is connected to a light bulb. The other end of the coil is detached from anything. Another piece of wire comes off the other side of the light bulb and is also not attached to anything.

By momentarily connecting the two loose ends of wire to a DC power source, namely: a battery - just for an instant /by brushing the contacts/ while the iron bar spans the two legs of the horseshoe shaped iron core, we now have stored DC energy into this transformer indicated by the bulb momentarily lighting up. We can tug the iron plate all we want to, but unless we slip it sideways, it won't want to come off too readily. And we can leave this device, as is, for any length of time with no diminishment of stored force. But once we slip the iron plate off to one side and disconnect the magnetic loop, we no longer have any magnetic energy stored inside the horseshoe core. This loss of energy was indicated by the light bulb flashing once again when the magnetic loop is broken upon removal of the iron plate from its fixed position spanning across the two legs of the horseshoe iron core.

Now, I contend that this constitutes one half cycle of an AC transformer in which energy is stored and then it is released when the next half cycle is begun in reverse polarity.

But there is another way to define this...
The storage of magnetic energy constitutes a time delay in which each half cycle of storage constitutes the delay between the moment the energy goes into storage within the confines of the iron horseshoe and plate arrangement, and the moment this same energy comes out.

So, the true definition of a transformer is a device which accentuates the factor of delay. This also holds true for electrostatic delay in which the breadth of dielectric spanning two plates of a capacitor governs the rate at which a capacitor may charge or discharge its stored energy.

This was made clear to me reading Mark McKay's analysis of the thickness of the aluminum chassis (page 13) surrounding the EV Gray motor, and Tesla's Induction device...

The inside of the chassis was insulated by a thin coating of teflon to prevent arcing. But this insulation also provided for the chassis to function as one plate of a capacitor. And this outer plate was electrically coupled to a lead acid battery pack to harvest the buildup of electrostatic energy (as a useful benefit) to recharge the batteries and hopefully performed in such a way as to avoid blowing up the batteries - which unfortunately happened more often than not!

But the point is that...
It is possible to redefine transformers to include, rather than exclude, a DC situation by restating its definition, thusly...
  1. 1.
    an apparatus for delaying the saturation or desaturation of an electric charge or current across a dielectric or magnetic membrane, respectively, with the intention of altering the relationships between their various causes and effects.
  2. 2.
    a person or thing that transforms something.
This may be what Jim Murray and Paul Babcock have managed to do in some of their devices.

Could Tesla and Marvin Cole, in the EV Gray motor, have figured out a simple way to do this? Maybe...

At least the conceptual model could be simple whether or not its execution is simple as well...

So, getting back to 'design characteristics', let's redesign an imaginary mockup of a Tesla Special Generator...
  • Two pancake coils, counter-wound to each other, are sandwiching a thin (iron?) magnetizable membrane.
  • Surrounding this are two more membranes, but this time made of aluminum.
  • All three plates/membranes and coils are thoroughly coated with a resinous sealant, such as: Delrin (aka, Delron) or Tesla's favorite recipe: pine rosin, beeswax and 5% carnauba wax.
  • There is a gap between the three plates and coils sufficient to prevent arcing among them and the coils.
  • The width of the exterior aluminum plates and the width of the midline magnetizable membrane are variably dependent on design characteristics of time delay required for electrostatic and magnetic effects to have any beneficial impact on the operation of the entire system.
This device is not a generator in the normal sense, but an extender, in which the load is now contributing to its own power supply /via modification of the load's feedback/ creating magnetic and electrostatic delays. But if William Lyne's quotation of Tesla, and our assessments are [here on this blogsite] correct, this would truly constitute a self-running (not self-starting) generator that could last "5,000 years" with no moving parts.

Links to ODT files at

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

The similarities between Marvin Cole, John Searl and Charles Chandler.

If you've been following this discussion of Tesla's Special Generator, you may have noticed that several researchers have replicated each other's works unbeknownst to each other.

The electrostatically charged tornadoes of Charles Chandler's analysis replicates the electrostatically charged air ventilated throughout the Marvin Cole design of the EV Gray motors according to Mark McKay's analysis. And these first two examples replicate the arcing along the surface of Searl's spinning metallic disk.

All three ionize the air. All three exhibit coronal effects. All three defy gravity freaking out Marvin Cole which led to his immediate refusal to work on the EV Gray motor anymore. At least two require rapid rotation of several thousands, or hundreds of thousands, of RPMs. And rapid rotation can be assumed of tornadoes, as well, since the interior of a tornado may not spin as slowly as its perimeter? Its core may constitute a multitude of concentric, and non-concentric, eddy currents defying wholistic coordination, but - in the end - balancing out all of their disparate energies.

This makes analysis of the mechanical variety of Tesla's Special Generator relatively easy, because we have all of these inventors replicating Tesla's general idea in their own unique way.

But the more advanced solid state version still eludes me for what's missing is the kinetic energy of a moving part resulting in the - oh, so - convenient separation of charge between a dipole of positive and negative charges maintained without recourse to spin?

Let me propose a possibility for the sake of our imagination...

Suppose metallic spin is replaced with arcing within a partially vacuated tube of air of normal humidity? Whether or not these light bulbs contain filaments, or not, or whether any possible filaments are made of tungsten or some other catalytic candidate to momentarily convert water vapor and dinitrogen into combustible ammonia and hydrazine before reverting back into their former states in an endless cycle, maybe this could replace a spinning metallic disk?

I'm looking for spin on a molecular, or atomic, level apart from any macroscopic spin which could be imparted upon small particles to replicate metallic spin previously reported on large scale objects.

The reason why I suggest light as a substitute for metallic spin is because someone did an analysis of sparks as to why do they create an excessive avalanch of electrons resulting in an overunity situation?