Self Resonant Copper Aluminum Plastic Line Up


Bernie requested we set out to fabricate a solid state Joe Cell without using water, this is what we slowly evolved into.

CAP1

Making Copper and Aluminum play together nicely. Once again this project was a delight to experience. Self resonant at about 1/4" and fit well with the last JC vibration system.

The result is nothing less then a very special meditation device, that few sensitives could easily walk away from once opened to the 1/4" vibration fields. It literally sings!

The three copper layers are all copper tube based on the JC 1/4" vibrational pattern but much longer. The Aluminum is a higher 24 node cut that fits well into the mix and adds the dissimilar diamagnetic metals spin interaction, increasing the local torsion field at close range. The plastic adds a certain "physical stress" or torsion found in the expansion of the black tape on odd segment lengths and adds a levity energy. This time taper of tubes is set up correctly also to a slightly shorter center tube.
 

Tube Line Up

Tapping the finished tubes results in a series of tones that seem to fit well together like a scale.

CAP2

Our tubes were set up to fit our shortest stock piece at 13- 7/8"
Segments were stacked to odd counts for canceling and staying within this limit. Target segment lengths around 1/4".
We finally decided to move below 12 inches where our micrometers could be used for higher accuracy during lathing.

Tubes   Stock          Mean Diameter       Circumference        Segment Length             Segment Count        Tube Length

1            1/2"C              .590"                       1.87"                 .295         6 nodes                37x                    10.915"

2            1/2"A              .702"                       2.205"               .0916     24 nodes              123x                    11.267"

3            1" C                1.075"                     3.377"               .27823"  12 nodes                41x                    11.407"

4            1-1/2"C           1.574"                     4.9449"             .2733     18 nodes                43x                    11.752"

C = Copper
A = Aluminum

The Aluminum tube has a much smaller segment reach [.0916"] and most of its energy couples only into the inner copper tube it nearly touches. There are approximately two layers of black tape between them at top and bottom. This gives the Aluminum a much higher nodal count and increases its intensity having a full 24 nodes around its circumference and 123 segments high.The plastic tube is reactive and was cut between the two outer tube lengths at random for cosmetic reason, it is not vibrationally sized.



CAP3

Center SS welding rod is added using the "W" pattern for a tight center fit on the inner tubes height and a Teflon spacer fabricated to keep the rod centered near the top.
This allows for Shandy mode testing in the car, the same as with the Joe Cells.


CAP4

Photo showing the bottom taper of tubes shorter to the middle and exposes the outer tube for easy clipping on of alligators.

CAP5

Device ready to go into the car.

Road Testing

Road testing was not favorable as to replacing the JC. While there was much "vibration" produced from this device, its actual impact on car inertia and engine performance was minimal at best.
I ended up using it for a sensing tool to align and tune the JC setting on the floor under it, while it sat above the glove box on the dash.
Connecting the outer copper to the cars + battery one could now easily sense the vibration on the system and better judge how the lamp dimmer was effecting forwards momentum and acceleration.

While the device is a strong, almost spell binding torsion device, its application might better be found in a crystal shop for sensitives to experience vibration from copper and aluminum for the first time.
Its' high node count, and high frequency intensity, in a beautiful harmony, was not linking into the engines vibrations effectively at all.
This led to investigating why a tube device on the 1/4" fractal could fall so far off the engines range while others hit it so perfectly, and started me searching for another reason.

I believe the answer may be found in the engine itself and identifying the main component of vibration producing the power.

Chasing The Power

As with the alternator pulses dragging the engine at specific areas of rotation and creating torsion pulses, there is a pulse of power on the engine every time a piston fires. The distance the piston traverses however is always the same, no matter the RPM. This led to seeking out the resonant length involved in the piston operation, and a "slide" in to begin exploring the engine with eyes closed. I came upon a deep tone vibration and adjusted fingers to resonate this one. Approximately 3 to 4 inches, a vibration that never alters its resonant length no matter our forwards velocity.
Bernie suggested I grab the micrometer and record the distance for his Honda, and I did this.

Possibly a next generation of resonant devices can be tailored to explore coupling to this "constant length" that seems to be ever present on the engine. A cell designed on a higher fractal of this vibration would tend to pull in higher frequencies that may readily couple without all the tunning requirements, and tweaking at present.


Dave L
8 - 22 - 2009

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