The Radiant Heat Tube

[Update on polarization 7-19-2009]

Disclaimer, the tube device is experimental, while I have not measured any EM radiations coming from these tubes, they do appear to be able to suck EM energy into them from distances that are unexpected. After the copper mass in these devices has achieved a strong coherent vibration against a plastic tube, limit directly touching the copper mass. Side effects can be a torsion shock, hands can experience joint swelling the next day or two, similiar to an electric shock without the burn.

Adding the PVC tubing into the 7X GL system appears to generate a low grade Radiant heat that might prove to be useful. Inserting bismuth seems to lower the temperature. The bismuth appears to go a few degrees colder.



As was noticed in the 7X GL document the plastic based Electrical tape was observed to be migrating as it vibrated. An IR sensing heat meter noted a 6 degree increase on the tape above background room temperatures. In this document I have added a tube of white PVC between the inner copper and Iron tubes. It is a standard 3/4" water pipe.

Dimensions


Tubes Picture

My notes from the first 7x GL Tube Experiment
Tube device dimensions:

Tube Thickness and Gap between tubes:

Iron Pipe 1.0705" inner diameter hole size  -  1.3235" outer diameter - Wall thickness = .253"/2 = .1265"
Inner Copper Pipe .6225"  outer diameter - Inner diameter .540"  - Wall thickness = .0825"/2 = .04125"  [.0375" measured]
My calculations are only accurate to a hundredth or so on these quick readings.
Gap between iron and copper layers where hot field is manifesting = .448" / 2 = .224"
This is approx 1/4" of tape, but a little less.

Tube Lengths
7 times the GL frequency vibration shown in 7X GL document.

Tubes 2

The inner tube now only needs 9 wraps of electrical tape to nicely slide into the PVC tube.
The PVC perfectly fits inside the 1" Iron pipe.
On the Iron pipe several layers of tape are used here for perfect spacer to neatly slide into the large copper tube.
The outer copper tube is 1-1/2" inside diameter.

Bismuth Slug seen setting to left foreground is a 1X GL - it was made by pouring melted bismuth into a short copper tube of the center tube size. As bismuth will be soldered to the copper and not removable after it cools, the copper tube was lined with two layers of tin foil and then set vertical into modeling clay, allowing the slug to be beaten out quite easily and ground to correct length.


Polarization

The  polarity issue is still not clear, here is what I believe at present:
With these resonant rods there are two ways to to polarize them. One way will tend to cancel physical vibrations, as in the car. One appears to instead generate them.
The effect is not a Spurling vibrational effect like in the car, that is strongest when the two copper tubes are in opposing polarity. The tubes should have like polarity.

Polarization Picture

Set the two copper tubes together and play with reversing one of them until you "feel" the "light" energy start pouring out [Spurling config]. Now reverse one of them. One direction will be more "pressure" then the other. The "pressure vibration" is what we are after, this is the active polarization and is the same as Joe Cell geometry.We do not want the energy to cancel, but to become physical, so the "sensing" will be generally lower in this config. The copper tubes seem to be the active interaction, where in Joe Cells the water and water conditioning is the active component.

Once arranged this way the tubes will create a hot pressure field on the plastic PVC.  The field builds slowly.
If scanning the tubes with IR heat meter at various angles and you do not see a jump to around 72 or 73 degrees, with the tubes assembled together, then reverse one of the copper tubes. Over time it can build to 79 and even as high as 88 degrees F, but the initial jump should be nearly instant.

Inserting the plastic PVC is a process

As with the tape we noted a first vibration that was nearly headache levels. After a day or about 24 hours the nasty vibration drops as the atoms of the plastic come into a vibrational field coherence. You may have to leave the area during this charging time if headaches ensue. The PVC tube does this much stronger then just a few layers of tape did, but in both cases I experienced a headache that I was able to relax through. Finally something happens to the plastic and the vibrations mellow out and become pleasing once again as a heat type of vibrational field rises from the system.


Experimental Notes  7 - 19 - 2009

Tonight outside temp is 57.
Garage is 69 everywhere in the room. 
On the tube it rises to 70 to 71 overall. I scanned the entire room using the IR heat meter. All lights were off.
Rest of the house has heat turned off. I came down to the garage when I realized the upstairs was getting a bit too warm and I was noticing the "smooth heat sensation."
The vibrations on the tube are starting to smooth out. It seems the plastic tube has a break in period, the vibrations are sharp at first and push the head. Now they are mellowing. Must be loosening up the bonds between atoms in the plastic???
12 degree rise over outside temp with no heaters on anywhere in the house.  Microwaves???
Ends of the plastic feel fiery hot to the touch. They only register in the 70's however with the meter.
Garage is usually the coldest place in the house, tonight it is the heat source for the rest of the house.
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OK pulled out the EMI meter to look for microwave radiation and got a scare. It seemed that there was an EMI around the tube but stronger off the right end and on down the bench in the air. Totally quiet on the other end from a few inches away. I started removing tubes one at a time to see which tube might be the source. The outer copper was picking up an EM  from somewhere with none of the other tubes inside it. I finally traced this into the electric fan on the end of the bench. Shut the fan off and all noise floor dropped again to totally quiet. The EMI meter picks up 3 different EM effects and sums them, microwave is only one. 60 Hz is another one, and magnetic radiation is the third as I recall.
Strange part, as I was removing the tubes one at a time and reading them direct they were all super quiet. As I removed the last tube, the area was still charged with the heat. Exactly where the tubes had been was a field of warmth, just exactly like other torsion devices. The kicker is that the area where the tubes were, was still activating the EMI meter to the red zone!  I shut the fan off, the warmth remained but the EM signal vanished! Everywhere it vanished.

The tubes seemed to be drawing in the fans EM vibrations from across the bench. Whether this is the source of the heat I am getting in the room I doubt, because it was off most of the evening. Think I just witnessed a cell phone EMI cleaner effect. The field extended out and was pulling the EMI into it. This was the strangest effect I have ever seen using detection meters. Everything about these tubes is backwards of normal EM stuff.

I suppose this is a reverse effect of one wire electricity. The device was channeling over to the EM vibration of the fan and pulling it in. The meter could detect it even in only the air where the tubes had been. Anyway I was quite relieved that the tubes were not the source of the EM radiation. They were "sinking" it.
Now this is something to ponder.

[Fan was 13" to the right of the tubes.]

Dave L
 


Heat Type

The heat coming from the tubes setting on the bench is different then the familiar heating element heaters. It is not of itself very hot at all, and I have measured only up to 88 degrees at certain angles when the tubes are all inserted together. Pull the inner tubes out and the radiant heat stops instantly.

The radiant heat, over time however seems to heat the entire room to a comfortable range, and this is quite amazing to see over a day or so. This heat penetrates everything, and yet is not hot to the touch as a point source heater is expected to be. I believe it is a vibrational heat and something rather new for us to be experiencing.  If you want to warm yourself up, hold your hands about 2 to 3 inches over the tubes. You may also notice plastics in the room begining to become pleasantly warm right over them.

As IR heat is generally found to be the vibration between electron shell bonds, and not found at the nuclear vibration level, this seems to be an effect coupling the two. The plastic is the coupler. Remove the plastic tube and the system goes back to being a normal copper Spurling vibrational system.

*** On a last note, this kind of heat can also be responsive to intention. Hold hands over plastic in the room and ask the intensity to come up just there. It also seems to respond as a Chi field would, but this effect is stronger if you reverse one tube to the Spurling cancelling config. Now it will be up to you to keep the room warm!




Dave L    c_s_s_p group
Public Domain Information 7 / 19 / 2009

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