Magnetic flux to electric flux – missing pieces of the puzzle?
October 31, 2015
This rare footage showing Don standing beside his Plasma Tube. Don is trying to demonstrate what he mentioned in every conference, I believe. When you have more of something and less of something, the movement will always be from the highest concentration to the lowest and the leg in-between them extracts useful energy from that movement. Water moving uphill, going back to sea level, as he liked to mention, is just one example of this. In case of Plasma Tube, we have disturbed ambient resulting in high concentration of (excited) electrons around the tube, trying to escape to earth ground (acting as a sort of reservoir) to regain ambient. Now the spark you get when bringing the earth ground to either of the coil ends, shows electrons disturbed just from one pulse or oscillation that Plasma Tube does and that repeats multiple times. Net effect is that there is a relatively small number of electrons jumping across the gap at any given moment of time. They are “neutralized” after the spark.
What you really need is to accumulate those electrons, hence the need for a resonance. Add a capacitor and tune it to match the frequency that tube outputs. Now this LC tank circuit will act as a pump that draws in the electrons resulting from the disturbed ambient around the tube. Only after the energy in the tank reaches a certain level (capacitor has a certain charge on it), you discharge it to earth ground through the useful load such as a stepdown transformer, This discharge process now involves larger amount of electrons compared to what you had from a simple discharge as demonstrated in the video. Isn’t that what Don was talking about in one of his videos (the one that had bonus footage at the end)? Now please watch it again to understand it better..