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  • #16
    Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

    Originally posted by monoiz15 View Post
    This coil is based on what I believe to be the numerical solution to the universe, and that is a big statement which I take very seriously. I have done a lot of research and conceptualize things very well, but I haven't been conventionally educated in any of these subjects past entry college level.

    This coil has the potential to be much more than a speaker, it has applications in every science imaginable. The fact that it heats up may be due to the fact that there is no resistor in that circuit, but what I'm trying to say is that in order for this coil to be used as a speaker, it needs to be engineered for that purpose. Not just the coil itself but HOW you use it.

    There have been experiments done with the coil and they have showed that for some purposes, it is actually much more efficient than conventional toroidal coils. They made a ceiling fan that was 600% more efficient than a regular one, its easier to use it as a motor than a speaker currently.

    If you doubt the potential of this coil, take a look at this and give me an explanation:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tA4yXevToQc
    This is just one anomaly, there are many.

    I don't have the capacity to put in words how I understand all this, I'm trying to get it out there so people can play around with it because that's what needs to happen in order for anything to come out of it. But you'll have to do your own research if you want to make it happen.

    It's very unfortunate that most people I show this to do not even take the time to try and understand it. I wish I were able to get it across just by telling people. Maybe one day. Either way, I'm gonna stay focused on it and see what I can make of it.
    I consider myself an open minded person and am curious to find out more about this. However I don't find anything particularly significant in the video you linked to. I see a metal, perhaps magnetic ball, spinning at very high speed, which slowly slows down because of the small amount of friction between the 2 contact surfaces. Nowhere is it obvious or proven that the disconnected coil maintains an effect on it.

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    • #17
      Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

      Originally posted by Taterworks View Post
      I feel a Douglas Adams reference coming on. :rolleyes:
      What is 6 by 9?

      On a more serious note, it looks like you've just produced the world's most overkill tactile transducer. You can certainly make one using a huge magnet and an even more huge coil, but using a smaller coil in a more heavily saturated magnetic field might work a bit better - and give you a pretty generic tactile transducer.

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      • #18
        Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

        Originally posted by Taterworks View Post
        I feel a Douglas Adams reference coming on. :rolleyes:
        Indeed. It took everything in me not to say "42."
        Isn't it about time we started answering rhetorical questions?

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        • #19
          Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

          Originally posted by monoiz15 View Post
          This coil is based on what I believe to be the numerical solution to the universe, and that is a big statement which I take very seriously. I have done a lot of research and conceptualize things very well, but I haven't been conventionally educated in any of these subjects past entry college level.

          This coil has the potential to be much more than a speaker, it has applications in every science imaginable. The fact that it heats up may be due to the fact that there is no resistor in that circuit, but what I'm trying to say is that in order for this coil to be used as a speaker, it needs to be engineered for that purpose. Not just the coil itself but HOW you use it.

          There have been experiments done with the coil and they have showed that for some purposes, it is actually much more efficient than conventional toroidal coils. They made a ceiling fan that was 600% more efficient than a regular one, its easier to use it as a motor than a speaker currently.

          If you doubt the potential of this coil, take a look at this and give me an explanation:
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tA4yXevToQc
          This is just one anomaly, there are many.

          I don't have the capacity to put in words how I understand all this, I'm trying to get it out there so people can play around with it because that's what needs to happen in order for anything to come out of it. But you'll have to do your own research if you want to make it happen.

          It's very unfortunate that most people I show this to do not even take the time to try and understand it. I wish I were able to get it across just by telling people. Maybe one day. Either way, I'm gonna stay focused on it and see what I can make of it.
          Based on your original post regarding the Rodin coil, I watched the whole lecture he gave in front of a few people in a small room. I was riveted the whole time and I was on the verge of grasping what he was saying a few times, only to have it slip away each time. I'm not sure which it is, but this guy has discovered either a very interesting coincidence at worst or a groundbreaking metaphysical/mathematical theory at best. Either way, the guy is crazy, but it seems sometimes that it takes a person who is thinking completely differently from everyone else to make the major breakthroughs. Time will tell if this guy is Galileo crazy or just plain crazy. At the very least, the way you wrap that coil does seem to be a more effective (or at least differently effective) magnetic field generator.

          A quick question about the coil as a speaker, though. What exactly is vibrating to produce the sound?

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          • #20
            Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

            Is it just me or does it seem really trivial to make a speaker out of something that is "the numerical solution to the universe?" :rolleyes:
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            • #21
              Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

              Originally posted by DanP View Post
              Based on your original post regarding the Rodin coil, I watched the whole lecture he gave in front of a few people in a small room. I was riveted the whole time and I was on the verge of grasping what he was saying a few times, only to have it slip away each time. I'm not sure which it is, but this guy has discovered either a very interesting coincidence at worst or a groundbreaking metaphysical/mathematical theory at best. Either way, the guy is crazy, but it seems sometimes that it takes a person who is thinking completely differently from everyone else to make the major breakthroughs. Time will tell if this guy is Galileo crazy or just plain crazy. At the very least, the way you wrap that coil does seem to be a more effective (or at least differently effective) magnetic field generator.

              A quick question about the coil as a speaker, though. What exactly is vibrating to produce the sound?

              Dan
              More than likely, it was simply the coil itself that was vibrating as it was brought near a metal object that had currents induced into it via the magnetic field produced.

              What I would like to see is how this coil winding compares to a simple solenoid, like that of a voice coil. A toroid is a lousy comparison, as the net winding is in a completely different orientation.

              Maxwell discovered all this stuff a long time ago. His equations were the first indication of the numerical solution to the universe. They were ignored later on when physicists attempted to explain why the electron didn't continue to fall into the atom.
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              • #22
                Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

                I saw "The Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything is 42." at work on someones screensaver, hadn't seen the movie. I looked it up to find a wikipedia page saying:

                "Douglas Adams was asked many times why he chose the number 42. Many theories were proposed,[6] but he rejected them all. On November 3, 1993, he gave an answer[7] on alt.fan.douglas-adams:
                The answer to this is very simple. It was a joke. It had to be a number, an ordinary, smallish number, and I chose that one. Binary representations, base thirteen, Tibetan monks are all complete nonsense. I sat at my desk, stared into the garden and thought '42 will do' I typed it out. End of story.
                Adams described his choice as 'a completely ordinary number, a number not just divisible by two but also six and seven. In fact it's the sort of number that you could without any fear introduce to your parents."

                Now that that's over with, thanks DanP for your comment:
                "Either way, the guy is crazy, but it seems sometimes that it takes a person who is thinking completely differently from everyone else to make the major breakthroughs."

                GOOD revolutionary ideas rarely come from your average professional.

                The coil itself is what is vibrating but vibrates the toroid with it. This might help you visualize
                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y72uHVyprQs

                Basically this type of math uses numbers mapped onto the surface of the toroid and the functions "move through the numbers". He claims to be able to model anything perfectly using it, but I can't claim to understand it completely numerically myself.

                This guy and Nassim Haramein are both on point with what's going on imo, and Jamie Buturff has been following up Rodin's work with sound frequencies and has used this coil to heal injuries, there's even been clinical studies done in the last few years with some serious results. And it covers the non-decaying spin of the electron as well as DNA.

                Here's somewhere to get you started if your interested, but information on the topic is scattered. I use mostly google and youtube:
                http://www.rense.com/RodinAerodynamics.htm

                I was trying to find this picture of the coil and how it creates little EM vorticies nested within the toroid that accelerate and "synchronize" it, but I can't find it. I'm sure you'll see it if you research enough.

                I guess this challenges your ability to draw the line between where to be skeptic, and where to dig deeper :eek:

                Have Fun!

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                • #23
                  Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

                  Just some more brain-candy :D
                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unqKSfZfzho

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                  • #24
                    Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

                    Can this be used to improve the output of my Capissen 38 engine? It keeps falling right out of the sky... :(
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                    • #25
                      Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

                      Originally posted by monoiz15 View Post
                      "Either way, the guy is crazy, but it seems sometimes that it takes a person who is thinking completely differently from everyone else to make the major breakthroughs."
                      You mentioned earlier that you lacked the education to judge much of what this chap is saying but hasn't any of it seemed a bit off to you?

                      When it comes to science and maths words tend to have precise meanings unlike, say, audiophile words discussed in a recent thread. Because of these precise meanings it is rather easy for those that know what the words mean to spot those using them that do not. How likely is it that someone that does not understand the meaning of technical words and yet uses them a lot is genuinely trying to communicate something technical?

                      > GOOD revolutionary ideas rarely come from your average professional.

                      This is not how mankind makes advances these days since almost all steps forward are made by well informed average professionals. This follows from how progress is built on what has gone before and when all the necessary pieces have been put in place the next step can be taken by pretty much any of those that have mastered the field.

                      > I guess this challenges your ability to draw the line between where to be
                      > skeptic, and where to dig deeper

                      Not in the slightest. This would require something interesting to be presented which I have not seen during a brief peruse. Extraordinary claims made by people with no credibility and no evidence is going to lead few to dig deeper. My main interest is why people such as yourself feel able to follow this sort of thing?

                      > Have Fun!

                      Now this I can agree with.

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                      • #26
                        Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

                        What I would like to see is how this coil winding compares to a simple solenoid, like that of a voice coil. A toroid is a lousy comparison, as the net winding is in a completely different orientation.
                        This
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                        • #27
                          Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

                          Originally posted by DIYNut42 View Post
                          Can this be used to improve the output of my Capissen 38 engine? It keeps falling right out of the sky... :(
                          Yay! Another Firefly fan! I really do miss that show. On a related note, I have also heard rumors that there may be a sequel movie now that Joss Whedon has really made a mega-blockbuster.

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                          • #28
                            Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

                            Well, I put it out there, that's all I intended to do, I'm not here to try and convince you of it's validity, that's up to you.

                            I believe it because it intuitively makes sense to me with what I've gathered from my own personal research. He HAS been supported by people with credibility, people from NASA, Microsoft, and others. It's just not easy to apply because it requires you start from scratch.. No one seems to like the idea of that or seems to accept that that's what will be necessary to continue scientific progress without making up the universe as opposed to learning from nature.

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                            • #29
                              Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

                              Thanks for your response although you have skipped perhaps the most important question: hasn't anything this chap is saying seemed wrong to you?

                              Originally posted by monoiz15 View Post
                              I believe it because it intuitively makes sense to me with what I've gathered from my own personal research.
                              Thanks but the interesting question still remains why it intuitively makes sense to you? You must be aware that most people following your links do not see what you see and nobody that understands the meanings of the words used by the chap in your video will do anything but smile. Why do you appear to disregard the views of those people that know more than you do about the subject and put your faith in other sources?

                              > He HAS been supported by people with credibility, people from NASA,
                              > Microsoft, and others.

                              What form has this support taken? Letters, meetings, money,... (I am not wholly unfamiliar with the topic because a few decades ago my father was in charge of forward planning for a company involved in electrical power engineering. He was the contact for slightly more developed examples of the chap in the video as well as more rationally based projects.)

                              > It's just not easy to apply because it requires you start from scratch..

                              Why do you say it is not easy to apply? It would appear easy to apply both in terms of constructing prototypes and in terms of theoretical models. About the level of an engineering undergraduate project. The most difficulty would seem to rest with defining what "it" is (which is of course a clue).

                              If we need to start from scratch it would follow that our current knowledge is wrong or inadequate. Are you are aware of an experiment that shows that predictions based on our current understanding of electricity and magnetism are inadequate? To your satisfaction and/or the scientific method?

                              > No one seems to like the idea of that or seems to accept that that's what
                              > will be necessary to continue scientific progress without making up the
                              > universe as opposed to learning from nature.

                              People would fall over themselves to get involved if even a hint of what you appear to believe had a sliver of evidence to support it. Look up cold fusion for an example. The problem would seem to be that sliver of evidence.

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                              • #30
                                Re: Best full range hifi homemade driver needs research and development

                                Don't Panic

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