Electric Field on a Sphere

Development Notes:

12 - 17 - 2008


Hemisphere 1 has already been created in the last experiment.
Slide a finger along a hemisphere from center to outer ring edge and note the sensation shifts from torsion pressure to electric feeling.
Also note there is ample energy present, without any external power, to keep this system vibrating.
If we take the point of view that the sphere represents the time domain from inside to outside we can conceptualize how platonic vibrations operate. 



Simultaneous T pulses, of equal strength are normally at every node, and at slightly different times at every layer, vibrating inwards and outwards.
Electric waves will travel from center of foil discs to outer ring and reflect back inwards to form standing waves, if cut accurately.
Due to the geometry of a 1/4 wave reflection on a circular disc, the entire disc may charge with a DC voltage much like a Joe Cell.


Sphere 1 qualities

[Last experiment]
Sphere diameter = 79.12mm
Circumference =  248.562810 mm
Resonant frequency fractal - 846 hz [as sensed using audio generator.]

We now know that to change the dominant natural vibration frequency of the sphere we can alter its diameter, or its platonic frequency form.
To change the EM resonance we can alter the foils diameter.


Torsion moves through the mass of the ball, EM moves along the metal surfaces.


Sphere Chart

Showing propagation paths for T field vibration through the ball (cones) and E field vibration along the surface (discs shown top and bottom). These waves are expected to operate at 90 degrees.
This shows the connection from inflow and outflow to EM waves.
On the outer foil ring there will be maximum voltage cut on a 1/4 wavelength reflection of the E field wave found in a circle, of the frequencies match the correct ratio the discs may charge up.

Tempic to Electric field segment length ratio

Foil  hemispheres can be energized using either a balanced segment ratio, or an unbalanced segment ratio, applied to any tempic resonant vibration and placed at 90 degrees to energize, over a node position.
Balanced Ratio        .524480    1.475378
Unbalanced Ratio  .807911    1.23775977
See 925 Hz Document
Compare ratio of T rod to E and M rods as directly measured in this experiment.


Creating a motional field

Rotation

Nuclear spin is reversed in Copper and Aluminum.
Thus if two of the materials come together at a torsion node they may even produce a rotation of the E field on the sphere, that will be reversing with the tempic field vibration rate.
This is a side note however and not the immediate goal, as this frequency may be quite high.


Electrifying an Aluminum Hemisphere

If one measures the distance between nodes on the sphere system, and then applies the T to EM formulas to determine the hemisphere diameter, the entire foil may become electric.
Trying first the unbalanced ratio.
T field resonant length times .807911 =  Shorter electric energizing length
T field resonant length times 1.23775977 = Longer electric energizing length
With 90 and 45 degree hemisphere layering for squaring the circle and spining it at the equator.

Setting up 90 and 45 degree EM resonant foils on a sphere

Calculations:

Sphere diameter = 79.12mm
Circumference =  248.562810 mm
/8 nodes per equator =  31.070351 mm = node separation surface distance
* .807911 =  25.1020786 mm  Short Diameter
* 1.23775977 =  38.457630 mm Long Diameter

Note we can double these fractals as needed to form our foil hemisphere disc to a comfortable size and it should still vibrate up with electric feeling energy.

1x   25.102 mm          38.457630 mm    
2x   50.204 mm          76.915261 mm
4x   100.408 mm        153.83 mm

Final formula:

Circumference * .4039555  =  Foil Disc Diameter [unbalanced coupling]



Ball 2

Multilayer sphere created using above resonant sizes.
Dielectric layer also between all these layers.

Layer 1 - 6 ea  38.4mm diam  90 degree pattern                          .5 mv    [These are placed oppositely N S E W Top and Bottom to set up quadrature T resonance inside the sphere]
Layer 2 - 2 ea 76.915 mm diam over 2 opposite smaller ones     1.2 mv
Layer 3 - 2 ea 76.195 mm diam over 2 opposite smaller ones
Layer 4 - 2 ea 76.195 mm diam over 2 opposite smaller ones                   [At this point we have a reinforced quadrature resonance with two sizes of discs]
Layer 5 - 2 ea 100.4 mm  45 degrees off equator                     1.6 mv      [The next two layers are the 45 degree sets]
Layer 6 - 2 ea 100.4 mm  90 degrees to last layer                    6 to 27 mv

Sphere feels pretty good. All foils only one layer thick Aluminum foil. Very nice vibration.
100.408 mm size feels right and natural! As the 45 degree layers are added the sphere comes to life for sensing. It vibrates to the touch!

Coil Trial
Wound a copper coil perpendicular to the outer hemispheres, using a resonant length, and got a strong high frequency radiation, hitting right top of head. I had to destroy the coil using scissors, and get out for a bit to discharge the energy. Somehow the torsion field started vibrating up at extremely high levels, rather then the energy moving into the electric field. The 90 degree, with 45 degree angles produce good torsion fields, but are not producing currents in the wires. Down in the micro amps.

I should try one coil parallel to the hemispheres and between them. [This needs to be followed up on after I get over the pineal shell shock!]

I believe we may need to start moving towards tetrahedron forms at 60 degrees, to convert to electric fields. This is mainly due to an experiment where I observed the torsion fields go quiet at 60 degree angles. I believe the energy may be moving into the EM layers on this form. At least I may be able to avoid the nasty loud vibration hitting the head.
See Light Technology - Locating the 60 degree angle using the Golden Rods


Mapping and Marking the Sphere for a Star Tetrahedron

As we apply the spin technology of torsion and sensing to the star tetrahedron things become very interesting.
First a little geometrical math is in order to map the positions onto the sphere.

Star Tetrahedron

Torsion propagation on the sphere

A vibration line or T field segment travels straight through the spheres mass to hit a node point at the surface.
We can consider the length of the line is the inverse of the frequency.
Line or rod length segment = Fractal
~300,000,000x / Line length = Frequency
These two will change together so given the ratio of the lengths we can also find the frequency ratios using the recipricles of the lengths.

Energy couples between octaves, and energy couples between frequencies at node positions.

As you set up a prime frequency on a rod with even nodes, both ends will spin the same direction. As you place two prime even rods with ends together the center node will flip to opposing spin.
Thus moving along the sphere the (inflow - outflow) will flip as we jump across segments.

The Blue lines or Star tetrahedron resonance frequency, will jump one node and reverse spin on both ends because these are chained, top to bottom in 3 each. Spin will be reversed. Since the Blue lines all form squares spin will couple with aiding effects in these loops at the highest frequency of the system. I believe this frequency may create the highest outflow on the sphere. Resonant rods are always looped using even segments for this reason.

The Yellow lines or Tetrahedron resonance frequency, will loop as sets of 3, and all loops will set up opposition or I believe inflow on the sphere at a lower frequency.

The Diameter or prime resonance frequency will set up the lowest frequency and set up a "like spin" on all nodes of the sphere. Both sides will be like spin. This spin will alter the others by unbalancing them all one direction towards outflow. If the diameter frequency is tripled [3x] however this will reverse to inflow only on one end. If a 3rd octave is pulsed we may see a flipping of the system???

The three frequencies will interact to change the balance. Because vibrations are present on spheres with foil hemispheres, using only foils, we can support any frequency at the outer EM wave layer by cutting accurate diameter discs and placing them on the nodes. Discs on opposite sides of the system have reversed spin at frequency 3. Same spin at frequency 1, and no connection at frequency 2.

The First Frequency Fractal

Sphere diameter = 79.12mm   [measured with a digital caliper]
Circumference =  pi times diameter = 248.562810 mm  [calculated]

The Second Frequency Fractal

[Yellow lines above]
Tetrahedron side is the distance between three nodes or two segments.
Tetrahedron side = Side times square root of 2
Tetrahedron side = 45.6799 * 1.41421 =  64.60097 mm
This can be used with a compass for plotting points across the blue squares corner to corner.

The Third Frequency Fractal

[Blue Lines above]
The Star Tetrahedron side length is the linear distance between node points.
Star Tetrahedron side = Diameter (79.12 mm)  /  Square root of 3 (1.73205080)
Star Tetrahedron side =  45.6799 mm ~ 45.68 mm   

Vertical Plane Separation

This is the distance between the planes formed at 19.47 degrees top and bottom
VPS = 1/3 the diameter
Vertical Plane Separation =  26.3733 mm

If your sphere has a seam already running from top to bottom, plot the 3rd frequency distance down the seam, then the VPS.
Do this on both sides, then start laying out the rest using fractals 2 and 3.


Foil Sizes

Surface distance between nodes is the distance traveled by an EM wave between nodal points, EM is a surface effect
This is the length of the curve of the surface where the conductive foil will be setting.
If one follows the curve of the circle from equator [0 degrees] to top, [90 degrees], it will cross first
19.47 degrees at a node and then the remaining 70.53 degrees to the top node.
The ratio is 70.53 deg / 90 degrees =  .7836666...
Using this ratio we can multiply by 1/4 the circumference to find our EM travel distance between nodes.

[.78366666  * (248.56281 circumference /4)  =  48.96759 surface distance E field

Surface Nodal distance = 48.6976 mm
Electric Lengths
Now we apply the T to EM ratios to find possible disc diameters, because we want the E field wave standing on them.
* .807911 =   39.3433 mm  Short Diameter  [19.67165 mm compass setting]
* 1.23775977 =   60.2759 mm Long Diameter  [30.138 mm compass setting]

1x  39.3433       60.2759
2x  78.6866      120.5518
4x 157.3732     241.1036   4x are all too large and cover over half the sphere.

The tempic field travels in straight lines between the nodes however. So instead we just use the linear side length to find the electric node length.
If true then the Tempic and Electric fields separate between the nodes. T follows the mass and E follows the surface. Unlike the rods the sphere splits them.
Side =  45.6799 mm  * .807911 =   36.90529 mm  Short Diameter  [18.45264 mm compass setting]
Side =  45.6799 mm   * 1.23775977 =   56.5407 mm Long Diameter  [28.270 mm compass setting]



Tetrahedron

Showing sphere marked out as a star tetrahedron, with first layer disc. 39.34 mm diameter disc will fit nicely,
sized at .807911 times the nodal length. Just holding the disc on the sphere, you can feel it start to vibrate up.

To me this says that with a sphere there is natural vibrations already coherent inside it for probably all the platonic shapes.
Since all are in a harmony we will probably not get EM rotation by only emulating perfect T resonance everywhere???

We desire the nodes to move, or at least the EM nodes move.
Successive layers then may have to be somehow altered to generate say a 60 hz shift in stability. This could be done using diameter or dielectric thickness.

Possible course:
Magnetic fields interact with the torsion fields in Bismuth at 95 degrees separation, this places the E fields at 85 degrees of separation.
See Principle of diamagnetic fields and mind
See also Spin Coherence - Howard Johnson and coherent spin alignment
Foil sets placed at 85 degrees separation on the sphere may couple torsion and E field, off balanced to platonic form, and do something. Possibly a magnetic field will result, or a motional instability, rotation, or a diamagnetic field.

See Waveforms on a sphere with a top coil
In this experiment it was shown how a scalar canceling coil at the equator can produce an amplitude modulated pulse at much lower frequency.
If we now instead set up a platonic resonance, can this be adapted to produce workable low frequency EM for extraction, powered by the spheres natural tempic field vibrations?
The scope trace reveals it may be possible if we can get the tempic field to vibrate up strongly enough into a top coil on the nodes.
Could this be why I had a strong torsion field vibration runaway when placing the coil on at 90 degrees to this natural angle and cutting it to tempic field resonance vibration???


Symmetry

The electric ratio .807911 seems rather weak on a sphere with discs, compared to copper tubes in water.
Tthis is probably due to the non symmetrical ratio. The symmetrical ratio is different.

Our foils are in fact symmetrical systems around a center node.
Solving for the ratio for a standing wave in both directions producing EM from Tempic resonance.

T = 14.195 cm
E1 = 7.445 cm
E2 = 20.943 cm

Ratio for small length = 7.445 / 17.195 = .524480
Ratio for long length = 20.943 / 14.195 = 1.475378


Now using these ratios applied to our Star Tetrahedron Frequency Fractal:

Star Tetrahedron Side =  45.6799 mm  3rd frequency
Surface Nodal Distance = 48.6976 mm
Single Tetrahedron Side = 45.6799 * 1.41421 =  64.60097 mm [distance between corners - like spin] 2nd frequency
Diameter = 79.12 mm  1st frequency

We can try applying the new ratio to any or all of these and check for an electric feeling on an Aluminum disc.
Anything over 1/2 the circumference will be too large to use.
248.562810 mm / 2 =  124.281405 mm [this is our limit]

Length                      * .524480                 * 1.475378
45.6799 mm              23.958 mm              67.395 mm
48.6976 mm              25.541 mm              71.847 mm
64.60097 mm            33.882 mm              95.311 mm
79.12 mm                  41.497 mm             116.732 mm

Compass setting to create the foil discs = 1/2 diameter [radius]

Diameter              Radius
23.958 mm            11.979 mm     Torsion Pressure [3rd frequency fractal]
25.541 mm            12.7705 mm  T
33.882 mm  ***    16.941 mm     Nice even nodes symmetrical [2nd frequency fractal]
41.497 mm            20.7485 mm   T [1st frequency fractal is radius]
67.395 mm            33.6975 mm   T
71.847 mm            35.9235 mm   T
95.311 mm            47.6555 mm    
116.732 mm          58.366 mm

Table must be fully explored for T to EM conversion on a sphere.

Best appears to be 33.882 mm [This is the Tetrahedron Frequency]

1/2x    16.941 mm
1x       33.882 mm  
2x       67.764 mm
4x       135.528 mm
[too large]

EM resonance lengths
E1                        E2                       Description
20.7485 mm        116.732 mm        [1st frequency fractal is radius] Top and bottom only. Diameter can have one or two segments or octaves.
33.882 mm          95.311 mm          [2nd frequency fractal] Tetrahedron 2 each Dual spin systems
23.958 mm          67.395 mm          [3rd frequency fractal] Star Tetrahedron


Adding foils for the 2nd and 3rd frequencies should increase inflow and outflow field.
Now using the prime frequency to flip the system we may be able to generate EM.
If a coil is wound on the equator it may flow current during the flip, if there is a voltage reversal.

Home