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Clemente Figuera Discussion and Opinions
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Link to PDF
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1loCQb7T...sp=sharing

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This is how Figuera generator uses Lenz's law to get an alternating current. When the induced circuit is perpendicular to N and S. When the N side filling up the S side is emptying  the current goes in one direction, when the S side filling up the N side is emptying the current goes the other way. And you get an alternating current. If the current fills up or emptying on both sides, you get opposite currents that cancel each other out.

From Figuera patent.
"it can be said that electrodes N and S works simultaneously and in opposite way because while the first ones are filling up with current, the seconds are emptying and while repeating this effect continuously and orderly a constant variation of the magnetic fields within which is placed the induced circuit can be maintained,"

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PDF r5

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fP2fp3L...sp=sharing

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The missing RED line from the water damaged 30378 patent.
   
In the 30378 patent we don't need two alternating currents only one will do it.

"“Figuera-Blasberg” respectfully requests to be granted final patent of invention for this generator whose form and arrangement are shown in the attached drawings, warning that, in them, and for clarity are sketched only eight electromagnets, or two sets of four excitatory electromagnets in each, and the induced circuit is marked by a thick line of reddish ink, being this way the general arrangement of the appliance, but meaning that you can put more or less electromagnets and in another form or grouping."

"In the empty space remaining between the pole faces of the electromagnets of these two series, the induced wire passes in one piece, or several, or many. An excitatory current, intermittent, or alternating, actuates all the electromagnets, which are attached or in series, or in parallel,"
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It is unclear how he is able to extract free electrons from the ether. Many inventions that show potential involve strong magnetic fields. However, what is known is that the south pole of magnets attracts free electrons from the ether, and they are expelled on the north side. By squeezing them in a way similar to Figuera's design, where two north poles are facing each other, the electrons can be harvested. It is unknown how Figuera discovered this method.

in Patent 30378

It is not clear from the patent whether the octagon-shaped band surrounding the device is only a bracket to hold it in place or if it also contains magnetic material.
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The pole faces of the electromagnets are in attraction mode (a attract b) when a is N b is S.
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Interesting
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To test take two electromagnets and put a wire between feed the electromagnets a sine wave so they attract. Attach a oscilloscope to the wire and you will see a sine wave.

   
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(04-08-2024, 02:33 AM)Lasco Wrote: It is unclear how he is able to extract free electrons from the ether. Many inventions that show potential involve strong magnetic fields. However, what is known is that the south pole of magnets attracts free electrons from the ether, and they are expelled on the north side. By squeezing them in a way similar to Figuera's design, where two north poles are facing each other, the electrons can be harvested. It is unknown how Figuera discovered this method.

in Patent 30378

It is not clear from the patent whether the octagon-shaped band surrounding the device is only a bracket to hold it in place or if it also contains magnetic material.

One possible explanation is provided by this gentleman in his paper The Device of Clemente Figuera. It describes the amount of free electrons in any given space (air), how the Lorentz force bends the free electrons to a conductive surface to make use of them and how to compute parameters of the device. 

I have not proven this works yet, but I don't see any better alternative that actually addresses where does the extra energy come from.

   
This is my setup so far, the magnetic field density is quite low the coils have 500 turns but of 0.3 mm wire which heats up pretty fast, so I have been able to get only about 0.1 T in the air gap, the target is 1.2 T, so I need to change everything. But there is an experiment I want to do here, I put a 3D printed grid made of TPU that I covered with adhesive copper tape and later soldered a piece of wire on both. Then I will make another simple circuit that will provide the voltage and then I will try to connect this wire to the circuit to bring the current. The electrons gathered by this device (if there are any) should travel faster and should provide current instead of the battery. Hopefully this will be measurable. Meanwhile I am trying to get 1. big ass core with thick wire to make the 1.2 T, 2. finding a material that has decent permeability in high frequencies to make a "small high powered device" as they often state in patents that look like Figuera is possible.
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