Exploring 90 x Primes

Experiment conducted beginning 7 / 27 / 2008
Dave L
c_s_s_p group

Source Mass Device

[Step 1 - create a Source of Vibration that will effect the environment positively]

Tube Picture

A large copper pipe, cut to 90 x it's vibrational diameter is my choice for this experiment.
The Source mass is used to vibrate up the project coils. It is the power source for the project. The mass must be much greater then any copper coils connected in order to sustain it's self resonance while loaded. Opposition is to be overcome, that will drive the coils electron shells into positive gain reflections while also holding nuclear vibration at a positive gain reflection from the source mass. In normal copper wire, when cut to resonant lengths, the two will normally oppose and compensate to still all vibrations between them.
The goal is [mass into Electrical energy] in this case. However the method is to fully explore all the prime number segment lengths below 90, with coils of accurately cut wires, for extraction of a "pure tone frequency."


Calculation Versus Sensing Accuracy

Vibration test picture

Material Stock - Copper pipe, 1" diameter "type L" thick wall, water pipe. I started with a 10 foot length.
I measured the outer and inner diameters and came up with a measured mean vibrational diameter of 27.345 mm. This was arrived at by averaging many measurements along both ends of the pipe. It is assumed to be a fraction of a mm off at least as measurements varied by ~ .8 mm easily just from pressure on the calipers.

Etch picture

Next I set my caliper to this dimension and then touched the pipe with a hand, Caliper just over the pipe I then sensed to find the vibrational diameter resonance perfectly. The result was 27.30 mm [1.0745"]. As I could feel the perfect vibration come up, I trust this measurement more then the eyeball measured and calculated one. It is very hard to get an accuracy over .05 mm on a caliper. Sensory tunning seems to have provided a better result, not surprising.

End Check picture

I then set the caliper to this measurement, and used the inside gauge to line with one inside edge and one outside edge, as it perfectly feels smooth on the outer edge. This gives more confidence in the sensed measurement being the correct one for the center of the mass of the tubes meat.

Cut Range picture

Now the 90x segment length is determined and marked on the pipe. I set two marks, using a razor knife to etch them, for vibration testing before actually cutting the pipe. I used a 200 cm tape measure [6 foot] , first etching the 200 cm point and then working from there to my two marks.

1 - measured  27.345 mm x 90 = 246.105 cm
2- sensed       27.300 mm x 90 = 245.700 cm   

This now defines a range area of  .405 cm spread where the cut should likely be located. Note multiplying the segment length by 90 will magnify any errors also by 90, so care must be taken on the final piece to vibrate it up before cutting, then correct the segment length.
I now placed the caliper at the 2nd setting [27.300 mm] and touch one side to the pipe firmly so as to create a "still point" or node, letting the rest of the tube float on the Styrofoam pads, being careful not to touch it as I "sense" for the exact location of the cut.
This is then repeated using the razor knife also while holding the caliper for third eye verification.

My 245.7 cm etch feels perfect. This is a pretty rare event, as normally one must find the longer point at 90 x and then work backwards for better accuracy to get a very accurate vibrational segment length.
The 90 x vibrational length seems a very pure feeling vibration. Sliding the razor knife across it I get a zero beat effect in the head at dead center.

Reference:

The final tube is just a smidgen under 8 foot 3/4"  [96.705"]
This would not have worked with an 8 footer for this L type pipe.

Wire Length Calculation and Cutting

[Step 2 explore and record the primes under 90]

Wire can now be cut and coupled onto the tube to extract vibration, and the interactions recorded for each vibrational ratio effect this creates.
There are 24 primes located under the 90x segment count. Using prime counts has been shown to extract a pure tone [one frequency] from the Source Mass, and can also create standing voltages on a capacitor wired between them.

2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43, 47, 53, 59, 61, 67, 71, 73, 79, 83, 89

These can now be applied to either the diameter fractal or to 1/2 the circumference fractal as needed for experiment. As a coil wrapped on the tube would likely couple to the circumference, both sets must be tested. The diameter will have a higher frequency then the 1/2 circumference units.
[High Frequency]

1x Diameter = 27.30 mm  [1.0745"] 

X      mm
1       27.3
2       54.6
3       81.9
5       136.5
7       191.1
11     300.3
13     354.9
17     464.1
19     518.7
23     627.9
29     791.7
31     846.3
37    1010.1
41    1116.3
43    1173.9
47    1283.1
53    1446.9
59    1610.7
61    1665.3
67    1829.1 
71    1938.3
73   1992.9
79   2156.7
83   2265.9
89   2429.7

90   2457

1x Circumference/2 =  42.8827 mm [1.688"]     note - 42.88 mm set on a caliper feels stronger then 27.30 mm as an extractor of torsion from the pipe. In this mode the length of the pipe down shifts by pi/2 to support the longer segment running around the tube. This is a natural 1/3 density hop.
[Mid Frequency]

X        mm
1        42.88
2        85.77
3       128.65
5        214.41
7        300.18
11      471.71
13      557.48
17      729.01
19      814.77
23      986.3
29     1243.6
31     1329.36
37     1586.66
41     1758.19
43     1843.96
47     2015.49
53     2272.78
59     2530.08
61     2615.84
67     2873.14
71     3044.67
73     3130.44
79     3387.73
83     3559.26
89     3816.56

90     3859.44

[Low Frequency]
1x 67.36005 mm set 3

2        134.72
3        202.08
5        336.8
7        471.52
11      740.96
13      875.68
17      1145.12
19      1279.84
23      1549.28
29     1953.44
31     2088.16
37     2492.32
41     2761.76
43     2896.48
47     3165.92
53     3570.08
59     3974.24
61     4108.96
67     4513.12
71     4782.56
73     4917.28
79     5321.44
83     5590.88
89     5995.04

90     6062.40


Pi / 2 stack

Here is the pi / 2 breakdown for our unique copper pipe, extracted from my spreadsheet.
Center vibration = 27.300 mm.

Spreadsheet source segment

I set the caliper to 105.81 mm , it vibrates up near the copper pipe, but dies at a few feet away. Exactly what I was after, a controllable coupling.

Tetrahedron - Cube - Extraction

1x segment times .81645 = Tetrahedron length
1x segment times .577367 = Cube length

2457 mm = Source tube length
Tetrahedron Length =  2006.01765 mm  = 2006.02 mm
Cube Length =  1418.59 mm

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