# Re: [Keelynet] Looking for EM experiments not explaind by Maxwell

```I should have more specific.

I just want to know if anyone have done the experiment with
2 capacitor plates with a magnetic metal ball in between. ????```
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and if you where successful.

Joseph Hiddink wrote:

>Knud.
>A Flying Saucer does not have silicon type
>spheres underneath, but metal ones.
>They are 1-terminal capacitors.
>Inside each sphere is a capacitor, that can be
>changed from a 2-terminal capacitor into a
>1-terminal capacitor. When in the 2-terminal
>capacitor state, it is charged up to about 20,000
>volts or less.
>Then it is changed into a 1-terminal capacitor,
>with the 1-terminal connected to the metal sphere
>on the inside. The 1-terminal capacitor becomes
>now the capacity of the metal sphere.
>It is based on a practical application of a
>problem, devised by Faraday, written up in the
>physics books as impossible to do in practice.
>The problem, if you went to High School:
>Two concnetric metal spheres do not touch and
>form a capacitor C. This one is charged up to a
>potential V. Then the outside sphere is removed.
>The remaining sphere is a 1-terminal capacitor c.
>The potential on this sphere is momentarily:
>C/c  x  V.
>Difficult, if not possible to do with spheres,
>which is the reason that the invention was
>ridiculed and the inventor insulted up to four
>months after the patent was granted.
>Let me quote from the patent:
>If C = 1/10 Microfarad  (which is possible with
>the design) and is charged up to a potential of
>10,000 volts, the charge is 1/10 Coulomb.
>When this capacitor gets changed into the
>1-terminal capacitor ( a sphere of about 2
>meters, with a capacity of about 100 pF ), the
>resulting electrical pulse is about 100 million
>volts.
>Now, a Flying Saucer does not have to go this
>potential to get lift-off, propulsion and at the
>same time take power out of the air, unless they
>would like to destroy a town like Sodoma or
>Gomorrah. These "Angels" were human, who came in
>a Flying Saucer.
>Tesla had an electric car, with an 80 HP electric
>motor, an antenna and some electronics. He drove
>it all the way from New York to Buffalo and back
>at speeds of up to 90 MPH. No gas.
>Just like a Flying Saucer, he took power right
>out of the air.
>He refused to tell anyone how it worked, as he
>realized, that the system could also be used to
>give every home on earth free electric power.
>He had designed the Niagara Falls Power Plant for
>Westinghouse and the investors (Rockefeller and
>Morgan) would have killed him.
>He did not patent it, but I did. My poor wife,
>reading all the letters of insult and ridicule,
>was very upset about it and did not want me to
>work on it, or she would have left me. She died
>recently amd now I am starting to work on it,
>slowly, as money is in short supply.
>Initial experiment in 1967, zapped all the HiFi's
>and TV's in the neighborhood (I fixed them all
>as it also blew after a few seconds a big Power
>Transformer on a pole 100 yards away, luckily a
>Squirrel was blamed).
>Next experiment in the "sticks" had me lightning
>coming out of the clear blue sky, when I
>connected the device with a dog-screw to ground,
>and generated three pulses of 500,000 volts.
>Offered to Nasa's Propulsion Lab in Cleveland, it
>was soldidly rejected by the engineers. "Thank
>you for sending us a copy of your patent!"
>Who needs a propulsion engineer, if we, when
>using this system can be on the Moon in a few
>hours or at Mars in a day or so, no matter where
>they are located at the time, and all that
>without barf-bags, heat-tiles, or ostoporosis?
>I believe that they tried it a few years ago and
>caused the big blackout in the USA and Canada,
>blaming a poor, innocent tree.
>They did not know about what precautions to take.
>Any other experiment that you are working on is
>just a novelty without any real desirable
>results.
>Regards, Joseph H.
>
>
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>Knud Soerensen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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>>I have found the experiment I where looking for
>>http://www.keelynet.com/bedmot/foldes.htm
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>>Now did anyone reproduce the effect ???
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>>Knud Soerensen wrote:
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>>>Hi
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>>>I am working on a treatise about
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>>electromagnetism
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>>>and I am in that regard looking for simple
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>>experiments
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>>>which is not explained by Maxwell's equations.
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>>>with a big air gab capacitor of round metal
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>>plates.
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>>>Then when a metal ball where placed in between
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>>the plates
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>>>and the plates where charge to some Kv the the
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>>ball started to rotate
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>>>between the plates.
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>>>If anybody have any references on this
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>>experiment  I will be very happy.
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>>>Knud
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>>>ps.) Do you have a Internet server with ssh on
>>>and do you think you life is to boring the
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>>send me a private mail.
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