Thanks again for contributing to this thread. I am well versed in the scientific method and expect quite
a lot more flack for making the claims I have made. Inventing the thing was surprisingly simple.
The hard work starts from here where others come to my aid by attacking my work, to ensure its'
So you know, others have found great gaping holes in the standard model of physics. Tesla included.
Moray, Poynting, Bearden, Rodin and many others. I have a stack of notebooks from studying the works
of these men.
Really, it starts with completely abandoning Einstein with regards to mass/energy and going back to Maxwell,
Heaviside and Steinmetz. Those three are the heavyweights. Whittaker did a fine job as well.
When you get lost from doing all that, turn to Eric Dollard. He is Tesla 2.0 and a total MGTOW.
You will like Dollard, until he calls you a geek for being collared by a computer. Shrug it off and learn.
I'm not working with transformers either. Just single coils of wire configured according to a natural geometry,
I discovered recently, and Versor Algebra provided by Prof. Dollard. I considered adding secondary coils, interwoven
with the primary windings and tossed the idea out for now. I don't want to get too far ahead of my current work.
I appreciate your scepticism and input. Thank you.
Can't write much more tonight. It takes about an hour to wind the coil correctly, about 2 hours to 3d print the next jig
and on your advice I'll be testing with the ammeter tonight to see how it compares to the source voltage. Good point.
Should be highly revealing since I'm using 2 AAA 1.5v batteries to run the rotor which produces A/C output.
Also, a good point about the resistor (1 ohm). I expected it to generate heat after five minutes but saw no perceptible
change in temperature. To me that is a good sign. I'll have more to tell tomorrow or the next day after I get to a Radio
Shack. Yes, there is still much work to do. I've got time to get it all done.
Thanks again. Much respect.