Rocket Science Made Simple!
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Today when most people think about science, some of the first things that might come to mind is rockets, nuclear physics, astrophysics, chemistry, and people in white lab coats. Oh, and lets not forget the long complex formulas! What if science was not as complex as it is made to be? Some of the great scientist had only basic education. To truly understand science, you do not need a lab coat, degree, or know every science law. Brilliant, creative, and a free thinking mind is the key to understand science. Today, we have all the technology we need to make this world a lot more efficient, but it cannot be done alone. We, as the free thinkers of science, must come together in order to reach the ultimate goal of Free Energy. What if you could keep your house warm, cold, have hot water, and have lights on with just one 100W solar panel? Stay tuned because I will show a step by step on how to do it with many more projects!
Turning a 6 phase alternator into a motor and possibly more!!
How to easily easily get plasma! Make sure that you don't learn electrical safety by accident. Above is a simple circuit to show how easy it is to get plasma. I have been able to get it as low as a starting voltage of 4 volts, and then adjust the voltage with my power supply to 3 volts after the plasma was illuminating. If 9 volt battery can be used, a bigger transistor will be needed, or a resistor, or use less power (hence is why I mentioned using 4 volts). 9 volts can cause your transistor to get too hot and "burn up". So be sure to use a resistor or heat sink or both to protect your transistor. Using a S8550 transistor, with the flat side facing you, connect the emitter leg to the positive terminal of the battery/power supply. Connect the positive end of the Blinking LED (long leg) to the base leg of the transistor. Connect the negative end of the Blinking LED (short leg) to the transformer. The transformer comes in a kit, and can be purchased for less than $10 online (15KV High Voltage Inverter Generator Spark Arc Ignition Coil Module DIY Kit 3.7V). Note, you can possibly use the transistor that comes with it as well because its a similar transistor. The transformer needs some slight modifications done to it. Simply remove the primary winding, and replace it with 22 AWG. Loop the 22 AWG 4 times around the core. Make a tap/point of connection. Loop 4 more turns around the core (total of 8 turns with a center tap/point of connection). It can be a tight fit, and make sure they do not overlap. To prevent the the secondary from shorting out/destroying itself, you can easily hot glue the secondary winding. To keep the transformer from coming apart, put some electrical tap around the outside of the transformer. The other end of the transformer needs to be connected to the collector leg of the transistor. Connect the tap wire to the negative terminal of the battery (DO THIS AFTER YOU CONNECT THE HIGH VOLTAGE SIDE OR YOU MIGHT GET SHOCKED). On the high voltage side/secondary side of the transformer, connect your florescent bulb starter. It helps to take the tin or plastic off so you can see it illuminate. A small spark gap can be inserted before it goes to the tube on either side. There are multiple things you can do with this circuit so have some fun and tinker with it. So what is happening? Transistors are like light switches. If you go flip the light switch "on and off" in your house really fast, you would be doing the job of a transistor except it does it at much faster pace with no moving parts. Every time your transistor is pulsing "on and off" its causing voltage to spike or increase. When you pulse an object for a given time, its called a frequency. A frequency is how many times something turns on and off in a second. With this high frequency and high voltage spikes being stepped-up via the transformer, it allows the argon inside that florescent bulb start to illuminate.