LA2.3.4. How to arrange own experiments on constructing the telekinetic...
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@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

LA2.3.4. How to arrange own experiments on constructing the telekinetic Influenzmaschine

The operation of the telekinetic influenzmaschine combines the action of as many as three of the following devices: (#1) an electrostatic induction motor, (#2) a telekinetic battery, and (#3) an electro-mechanical speed controller (i.e. the dynamo-motor – see (Dm) in Figure LA6). The superposition of these functions into a single machine is a task extremely difficult for a scientifically non-trained inventor. Therefore, in order to facilitate this superposition for these readers who (at their own risk and cost) would like to try their skills and to undertake a challenge of building their own version of the telekinetic influenzmaschine, I have listed below the subsequent steps that should lead to the most effective accomplishment of this task. These steps are:
#1. Larning principles of electrostatic machines. Such a learning requires a detailed familiarization with the design and operation of the Töpler and Wimshurst electrostatic machines. These machines are quite well described in old Physics textbooks on electricity and magnetism. Most of the textbooks describing these machines were published from about the 1860s to about the 1930s. For example the 14th edition of "The Encyclopaedia Britannica", which was published in London in 1929, in its volume 8: Educ - Extr, under the topic "Electrical Machine" (pages 143-144) contains over two pages of descriptions of various electrostatic machines, in this number also the Töpler and Wimshurst machines. However, neither the earlier nor later editions of the same encyclopaedia include descriptions of these machines.
#2. Familiarization with the design and operation of the telekinetic influenzmaschine. For this it is necessary to study in some detail the content of this monograph, and also to study all other publications which become available about this device. Extremely helpful would also be to study the documentary video prepared by the Methernitha about the operation of the Swiss Thesta-Distatica. In 1991 copies of this video could be obtained directly from the Methernitha (CH-3517 Linden bei Bern, Switzerland).
#3. The purchase of an operational Wimshurst electrostatic machine as the basis for further construction alterations and improvements. In 1991 a newly made such machine could be purchased for a relatively low price (i.e. around $US 30, plus costs of postage if not collected by the buyer) from the factory named "Fabryka Pomocy Naukowych w Nysie" (address: Ul. Słowiańska 43, 48-300 Nysa, Poland). At that time this factory produced one model of the Wimshurst electrostatic machine, named "V5-43" (see Figure 11 in monograph [6/2]), which was supplied for didactic purposes to Physics laboratories in Polish schools. Of course, if ordering the machine from Poland is inconvenient, readers probably should be able to find and purchase an operational Wimshurst machine in their local area, for example from a second-hand shop or from a local school.
#4. The conversion of the conventional Wimshurst machine just purchased, into an interim device called here "Dr Pajak's model". This device can be defined as an advanced electrostatic machine which has already introduced all the main components and electric circuits required in a telekinetic influenzmaschine. Thus it represents an interim construction which subsequently can be transformed into a telekinetic free energy device. The name for this interim model originates from negotiations between myself and the Polish factory discussed in step #3. During my visit in Poland in 1991 (when I purchased the device shown in Figure 11 of monograph [6/2]) I initiated negotiations aimed at convincing the above- mentioned factory that it should open the production of another model of their electrostatic machine, which could be purchased by hobbyists working on a telekinetic influenzmaschine. During these negotiations a working name of "Dr Pajak's model" (in the Polish language: "Model Dra Pająka") was given to this new device. It was assumed that the model would incorporate all vital components and technical solutions characteristic for the telekinetic influenzmaschine. The main modifications introduced to "Dr Pająk's model" would depend on such changing the design of this machine, that later it would make possible to simply convert it into a telekinetic free energy device, but simultaneously the changes introduced would not affect its correct operation as an electrostatic machine nor its aesthetic appearance.
Unfortunately, negotiations with the Polish factory were unsuccessful. Therefore, at this stage it is impossible to purchase a ready-made "Dr Pajak's model". But I would still recommend to purchase the conventional model "V5-43" of the Wimshurst machine that this factory produced in 1991 (if this model is still in production), and then convert this conventional model into the device described here as "Dr Pajak's model".
The adaptation of a conventional Wimshurst machine into an interim device suitable for later conversion into a telekinetic influenzmaschine requires the introduction of a number of technical changes. In order to explain them here, I simply described below additional features that "Dr Pajak's model" displays in relation to a conventional model of a Wimshurst electrostatic machine. These features are as follows:
(#4a) Instead of a single electrostatic machine, two separate machines, i.e. frontal and back, are assembled on a common framework and around two common disks. Both these machines are electrically separate (i.e they use separate couples of the collecting combs, separate wiring, and separate capacitors).
(#4b) The friction of all moving parts is reduced to minimum, e.g. through the introduction of rolling bearings, elimination of sliding electrical connections, the use of a detachable propelling winch shaft, etc.
(#4c) Both plexiglas or glass disks of the machine (preferably around 550 mm in the diameter) are supplied with the number of electrodes dividable by 4 (e.g. 48). The shape of these electrodes corresponds to that used in the Swiss Thesta-Distatica, e.g. they are perforated and look like small ladders.
(#4d) The counter-rotation of both disks is forced by a single belt (B) which simultaneously propels the spindle (Ts) fitted under the disks - see part (d) in Figure LA5. In the later adaptations, the spindle will hold m=4, 6, or 8 permanent magnets, which during their rotation will co-operate with individual electrodes of the machine and with dynamo-motor (Dm). Therefore the rotational speed of the spindle (Ts) must be so selected, that it allows individual magnets to pass near subsequent electrodes (see the equation (1LA2.3.3) in subsection LA2.3.3). This means that the transmission between the disks and the spindle should be, depending on the number of permanent magnets (m), at the level of n':n=ds:dd=1:12 or 1:8, or 1:6.
(#4e) If a winch shaft is used to propel the machine during tests of its electrostatic operation, this hand propulsion should be separated from the kinetic link between both disks (dc, dg) and the spindle (Ts) via belt (B). The best solution would be, if a winch propulsion would transmit the motion into a separate pulley attached to the front disk via an additional (second) detachable belt. So when tests are finished this additional belt could be removed and the machine would still contain all kinetic parts appearing in the telekinetic influenzmaschine.
(#4f) An additional stable framework made of plexiglas, similar to that illustrated in part (e) of Figure LA5, are attached to the machine's basis. This framework allows for the later attachment of all additional electric components required in the telekinetic influenzmaschine, e.g. heads (h), combs "C", telekinetic battery, etc.
(#4g) A single permanent magnet (Mo) interacting with the electrodes of the back disk and cooperating with the magnet in electrode (ho) is attached to the column (t) of the machine's framework.
(#4h) Apart from the bearings and axels, all other components of the machine are made of non-ferromagnetic materials.
After the above changes and adaptations are introduced to a conventional Wimshurst machine, the final device should still maintain its correct operation as three independent electrostatic machines which effectively produce electric currents. When this is achieved, the next step of the conversion of such interim electrostatic machine into a telekinetic influenzmaschine can be undertaken.
#5. Changing "Dr Pajak's model" (just purchased in Poland or obtained from a conventional Wimshurst machine by the introduction of appropriate technical alterations) so that apart from its operation as three electrostatic machines, it will also function as an electrostatic motor. This practically means that the altered front machine, after charging its capacitors by the rotation of disks with a hand transmission, will begin to force the continuous rotation of all kinetic components of the device for a time at least twice as long as that rotation occurring solely because of the inertia. If the above goal is achieved due to an appropriate alterations of the machine's construction, the resultant device can be called a "electrostatic motor" as it reverses the operation of electrostatic machine and becomes an electrostatic motor. The modifying of "Dr Pajak's model" so that it can function as an electrostatic motor requires the implementing of induction heads (h) on each side of disks. These heads (h) should be located similarly as in the telekinetic influenzmaschine and supplemented with appropriate supporting circuits - see Figures LA5 and LA6.
#6. The conversion of the resultant electrostatic motor into a telekinetic free energy device. This requires adding and activation of the telekinetic battery described in the next subsection, as well as the addition of a controller circuit (Dm) and a fine tuning of the whole device. Therefore, the successful completion of this last step demands the employment of the personal inventive capacity, imagination and sensitivity, combined with the solid knowledge of the Telekinetic Effect resulting from the familiarity with the content of this monograph (of course, I am quite happy to assist further in the completion of this ambitious task by providing additional advice and making all my theoretical knowledge available to the developer). Good luck!
In the conclusion of this subsection it is worth stressing that the prospects opened in the case of a success in the completion of such a telekinetic free energy device are almost unlimited, whereas costs are negligible. Therefore, why not to have a go, if someone has all the skills and workshop conditions required!

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