The Open Loop Cop Em Power System

Figure 9-12 shows the use of the transduced Dirac hole current as real input energy to "catch and lock" a COP>1.0 system in its overunity condition and stabilize its operating point for stable self-powering of the system and its load. The COP>1.0 operation reverses the normal tempic potential across the system, so that Dirac hole 4-current arrives in the input section, preparing to "decay" the system back to COP<1.0 condition.

Figure 9-12 Open-loop use oftransduced Dirac hole current energy as real input energy to reduce power input required from the primary power supply.

However, the arriving hole current is intercepted by an adroitly switched dielectric transducer, which again reverses the tempic force. As explained above, the capacitor is charged with 4-hole currents (or a mix) and then discharges electron currents into the system — in this case, into the input section itself— by adroitly engineering the local vacuum state and the local curvature of spacetime.

The input section does not care where it receives its electron current from; it merely needs sufficient for its powering needs. Hence, the input section happily accepts this transduced electron current to partially power the system. This in turn reduces the "system load" that the external primary power supply "sees". The primary power supply thus reduces the current and power that it is furnishing to the system. In short, now the external power supply sees the combination of the normal system load and a "negative resistor (negative load)" represented by the transduced current and power. Its required input power is reduced accordingly.

9.6.1 Close-looped System: A True Negative Resistor

Figure 9-13 shows the use of the same process given in subparagraph 9.6 above and in Figure 9-12, except that now there is additional 4-hole current received and available, for transduction into normal electron current into the input section of the system. Sensors and governing are added to this operational mode, so that the system may adjust and regulate its self-furnished electron current to meet the total needs of its losses and its load. The system thus adapts the transduction of Dirac sea hole current: to fit its needs and is capable of regulated self-powering operation.

Figure 9-13 Close-looping the C0P>1,0 system with transduced hole current.

The system is first started in open-loop mode. The governor then gradually increases the transduction of 4-hole current into electron current, and the supply of that transduced electron current to its own input. This steadily reduces the "current draw" from the external primary power supply. When the "external current draw" reduces to zero (the Kron condition), the system "locks" into that position, with automatic governing to adjust the transduced electron current as the loads and losses vary. At that point, the external power supply is disconnected automatically.

This "locked and governed" system is now a self-powered system, freely taking its energy from the active vacuum and local curvatures of spacetime, to power both itself and its load. So far as we are aware, this is the first time that the technical means of locking and stabilizing COP>1.0 operation in an EM system in an open loop and closed-loop operation has been given.

If sufficient Dirac sea 4-hole current is available and transduced, excess electron current can be available at the system input section, even when the system is fully self-powering. In this case, the additional current can be fed back to the power line, so that the self-powering system not only powers its own load but also helps power the power network. Or additional load can be added and powered.

We point out that Gabriel Kron apparently had a solution to these problems in the late 1930s, and that solution has been suppressed to the present day. We give the following quotations to show Kron's knowledge of these things.

Quoting Lynn and Russell {565}:

"Kron has never published details ofhis method of making the polyhedron self-organizing, although his published results show that in this state it has some remarkable properties, associated with harmonic integrals on multiply connected spaces."

In reference to Lynn and Russell's remarks, we point out that the Dirac sea 4-hole current from the output to the input is a special case of Kron's more general discovery of the multiply-connected open path existing through space between any two points in a circuit that are at differing potentials.

Quoting Kron {566}:

"...the missing concept of "open-paths" (the dual of "closed-paths") was discovered, in which currents could be made toflow in branches that lie between any set of two nodes. (Previously—following Maxwell- engineers tied all oftheir open-paths to a single datum-point, the 'ground'). That discovery ofopen-paths established a second rectangular transformation matrix.. which created 'lamellar'currents... " "A networkwith the simultaneous presence of both closed and open paths was the answer to the author's years-long search."

Again quoting Kron {567}:

"Although negative resistances are availablefor use with a network analyzer, in practice it is more convenient to use a second type ofcircuit, in which the positive and negative resistances are replaced by inductors and capacitors and the dc currents and voltages are replaced by ac currents and voltages offixed frequency. The use of the second type of interpretation is equivalent to multiplying the wave equation by i = V—l."

The reader should particularly note that in the first part of the sentence Kron stated unequivocally that negative resistances were available for use on the network analyzer, a large analogue simulation used by the Navy and administered at Stanford University with the contractor being General Electric. The censors missed that one.

Again quoting Kron {568}:

"When onlypositive and negative real numbers exist, it is customary to replace a positive resistance by an inductance and a negative resistance by a capacitor (since none or only a few negative resistances exist on practical network analyzers).

We believe the censor caught this one, and forced Kron to add the words, "none or". Kron had at least three negative resistors, and possibly more.

Again quoting Kron {569}:

"Now a value E ofthe negative resistances, at which the generator current becomes zero, represents a state at which the circuit is self-supporting and has a continuous existence of its own without the presence ofthe generator, as the negative resistances just supply the energy consumed by the positive resistances. ... When the generator current is positive the circuit draws energy from the source, and when the current is negative the circuit pumps hack energy into the source. At zero generator current the circuit neither gives nor takes energy, and theoretically the generator may be removed.

Here we believe the censor forced Kron to add the word "theoretically". In this quotation Kron reveals that he was well aware of the process for close-looping a system — starting it in open-loop mode and bringing the negative resistor currents up to match the system needs nnd reduce the generator current to zero, then disconnect the generator. He also was quite aware that excess transduced energy from the negative resistor could be available at the input, in which case energy could be furnished back to the power network while the system powered itself and its load simultaneously.

We also point out that Dirac's definitive electron theory — covering the Dirac Sea and Dirac sea holes — was published in 1930, the year the present author was born. In the late '30s and in the 40's Kron certainly was well aware of that work. In addition, Kron applied full general relativity to electrical circuits and machines, and he was far ahead of his time. His work is also still far ahead of the present time, at least in the open scientific community. He also was aware of developments in particle physics, and so he did have the gist of the supersystem concept in his mind {570}, however he may have thought of it. His concept of the "open path" effectively includes the effects upon the system from the other two components of the supersystem, so it appears that Kron's "system plus its open path" roughly corresponds to our concept of the "supersystem."

Further, Kron was a mentor to Floyd Sweet, who also worked at General Electric but in a different project. Sweet often spoke glowingly of Gabriel Kron.263 Sweet almost certainly knew the secret of Kron's negative resistor. It is the present author's opinion that Sweet's vacuum triode amplifier was derived from Kron's negative resistance unit. With both deceased, we will never know for certain.

9.6.2 Suppression of COP>1.0 Systems Should be Investigated

During our decades of research, we ran across several cases where U.S. scientists actually produced working C0P>1.0 systems.264 None of these overunity systems was ever allowed to go forward with independent development. This is an area that cries out for a full and vigorous Congressional investigation, and appropriate legal action should be taken by the U.S. government against the suppressing parties, whomever they might be {571}. Simply put, the U.S. government, the U.S. taxpayer, and the scientific community have been ripped off and deluded in the field of electrical energy for more than half a century. That continues to the present, as witness the disappearance of the Watson generator (accompanied by Watson and family breaking off all contact with their close colleagues) and the suppression of the Kawai device and process. The latter suppression was accomplished in 1996 in the personal presence of the present author and the members of the Board of Directors of our company, CTEC, Inc. An accidental overunity frequency converter was even initially placed in the original Minuteman missile, but was altered back to C0P<1.0 operation when the electronics past the converter kept failing because of overload power furnished by the converter.

263 The present author worked with Sweet off and on for a decade or more, and designed the antigravity experiment that Sweet performed.

264 These incidents were previously exposed in a draft book, Matters Arising, carried on the Internet for some months and then withdrawn. Some things must wait for their appointed time, and so must certain kinds of information.

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