Heating Tube Design and Testing
It becomes obvious that working a large tube on its "mean diameter" provides the strongest vibrational energy.
We have now experimented with two kinds of heat tube effects and the jury is still out on these.
Even in an area with a background of about 80 degrees an increase was
measured using IR meter to approx 86 at various points and angles off the tubes.
Human Heat Field
The ideal heating tubes would be radiant at 10 microns, or the IR
vibration distance of the human body. This length is however a bit too
short to accurately work. [.01 mm]
The 1" diameter tubes seem to have a natural link to this vibration on
some lower vibration fractal. If sensing is used to maximize heat
sensation, then tubes may produce a notable output of "warmth sensation"
to the room.
The original set up showing my first 30x and 45x heat tubes over a
marine brass tooth brush holder. They seem to warm the garage to its
extremities. Approx 18 foot by 24 foot area.
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A solid brass 3/4" ID pipe shown in the middle was added, as
brass is noted to increase the radiance of the field quite a bit over
just having the two copper tubes present.
Brass mean diameter = .931"
38x = 35.378" [Tube Length Target]
The brass tube was machined by Bernie to an estimated accuracy of around .01"
best guess, as we did not have micrometers that could reach this length.
A tape measure was checked at 2 inches using micrometer to verify tape
end holder, then a mark placed on the tube at 35" with a razor knife.
A micrometer was then used to add the last .378" and a razor knife used
to notch the metal where the node was felt to most resemble the heat
A pipe cutter was used to cut slightly long and then the lathe used to
machine the ends very flat and true and then polish the tube.
The copper tubes are the standard 45x and 30x used previously.
Copper mean diameter = 1.075" [on these tubes]
30x = 32.4"
45x = 48.6"
Razor knife was used to mark and sense the vibrations before cutting.
Aluminum inner inserts are added to the two copper tubes and cut for a tetrahedron
or active polarizing resonance, inflow field. The Aluminum goes cold
and has to be inside the copper to act as a booster. These seem to add
quite a bit of radiance at short range, but not yet sure of the outer
radiance at distance across the room.
Tetrahedral Segment Length = Mean Diameter * .7071067 * 2
OD = .840" ID = .620"
Aluminum Tube mean diameter Thick walled tube = .730"
Tetrahedral segment length = 1.03237"
32x = 33.036"
48x = 49.554"
Each slides into the copper tubes and extends slightly outwards on both ends.
Now slowly turning the inner Aluminum tube creates an effect where we
can regulate the output, to either maximize or null out the radiant
effects in the room.
Cross Coupling Effect
Cross coupling the 4 tubes now results in an added bonus on radiance,
especially at short range. The clips are placed on the active node
points. Inner tube to outer tube of other tube set.
Room effects noted
Overall feeling of warmth, over other rooms in the house, as you walk through them.
Setting the tubes up on books to help aid vibration, ideally thinner Styrofoam
supports can be used that also tend to warm up around them.
Adding the tube device on the right and turning it to couple nodes adds a little more energy to the radiant field.
Front tube shown with a plastic water pipe over it was intended to
increase the field, however its effects are very close range and
manifest very little to the radiant field at several feet away.
The heat tubes are by no means perfected, but the effects are
noteworthy at raising the warmth felt in a room by as much as 6 degrees.
The heat vibration was also felt on the opposite side of the wall at
various locations, in particular under a fan that passed through the
It is believed that possibly a copper wire passes that point inside the wall.
Spacing on vertical GL tubes and brass fixtures
On left it is sensed that setting the 7x GL tube stacks at
approximately 1 diameter apart [1-1/2"] generates a good measure of
heat sensation in a small room. On right photo various brass objects
are positioned to also become radiant powered from the GLs output
vibration. The shower head and the valve are both vibrating up quite
After playing with these for an hour or so Bernie was complaining of
being a bit too hot in the small room. His IR meter on the table to the
right proving there are actual IR emissions that can be read, while no
actual EM vibrations are detectable.
Another 7x GL line up providing a wall of radiance on a smaller scale
with Styrofoam back reflector to increase the directional output of the
field. Play with the distance coupling between tubes to see what is
On the brass bath drain tube, 2 pictures above Bernie noticed a rather
high reading on the IR meter, 85 degrees on a cool morning around
69 or so.
I started running numbers on this tube and discovered it matches a
known Sun energy fractal by a function of 1/3. The fractal is 2.11 mm
and is approximately 3 times the thickness of this tube.
Bath tub drain tube, brass 1" OD, thickness .028"
Resonates with thickness and diameter.
.028" thick x 3 = Sun heat fractal
Polygon formula for 166 segments
Segment length = 1.5" * sine (360/166/2) = .018924
428x = 8.0995"
426x = 8.0616" Tube Length
This inspired me to try building up a copper tube to a thickness of 2.11 mm using layers of tape to see what might pop out.
Here is what I came up with.
I added two 1-1/2 inch 7xGL s and then wrapped 3 layers of black tape,
both on the nodes and between the nodes over the pressure segments
centers. Thickness is now very close to 2.11 mm. The unit is producing
a rather intense sensation of sun type warmth. With this setup tunning
can be done by turning the shorter tubes very slowly to maximize that
Sun frequency, and then the whole copper pipe becomes radiant with its
frequency. Very nice technique.
While black tape is not known for a long distance radiance, I was able
to get a heat energy superior to other designs to reach out a good 12
feet, and even through the wall to the next room. I ended with the GL
tubes extended about 1-1/2 inches off the inner 45x tube.
I am now considering a foot heater for behind the desk using the 7XGLs and electric tape rings.
The addition of thin Copper circle and various old copper cookie
cutters, shows that heat vibration can be tunned as an angular skew
between copper elements.
Using a Joe Cell as a vibrational generator, even this can be coupled
into the powering of a penetrating field. The copper ring around the
cell has a curved upper edge, heat meter now shows angle needed all the
way around it.
In the angle of crossing between two vibrating elements of copper lies
a host of different effects, heat is only one. The angle is very
precise and can be tunned using IR heat meter, or feeling.
If a flat copper surface is set up at proper angle around a Joe Cell heat may be the result. This suggests cones over or around a Joe Cell at the correct angle, or a series of angles.
The cookie cutter to the right of the Joe Cell laying across the GL
tubes is very slowly rotated, setting on a two layer black tape surface
will stay put at one angle, where more of its surface will become
radiant with warmth. Tunning has always been about distance and angle of vibrational exchange. With heat this is a very small adjustment.
The oil cell is radiant at short range to produce a hot field naturally. The copper and brass can become long range radiators.
Also suggested is a screw type device that can accurately adjust an angle between two self resonant copper elements.
In the setup above the free hanging left side seems to be the stronger radiant side, the clip lead tends to dampen the right end as it injects the JC vibrations increasing the left side radiance quite a bit.
Perceptual Sensation Interaction
Tell the system your honest desire to produce heat, and then let it
tell you where to set the elements, and how to tweak them. Use the
conscious information in the vibrating field.
Hopefully, we can find a device layout where one can more accurately
record the actual angles needed for a precise heat vibration to become
dominant on all surfaces, rather then only on small parts of the curved
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