Two Longitudinal-Magneto Dielectric (LMD) Modules of Eric Dollard's
Analog Computer Simulating the Cross-Sectional Pairing of a Transmission Line
Parametric oscillations can be evoked just by daisy-chaining one or more modules of Eric Dollard's analog computer of the cross-section of a transmission line pairing. Somehow, the caps and coils spontaneously modify each other's parameters (of capacitance and inductance) without us having to bother trying to do so, manually, which saves us a lot of time and expense. All we have to do is zoom into resonance with the "zone" of parametric oscillations such that the overall power gainfully exceeds that which is already temporarily stored there. This is accomplished by synthesizing electricity from, rather than decomposing it back into, its constituent ingredients of the electric and magnetic fields (what Eric prefers to call the dielectric and magnetic).

Since we're not attempting to swing these parametric oscillations in synchronicity with anything, we don't have to abruptly alter any parameters of any caps or coils. We can, thus, make use of variable capacitance to tune the circuit's modules into or out of the "zone of resonance" for parametric oscillations to naturally occur. In this circuit, I choose a value of 27 milli Farads in an attempt to slow down the escalation of surges as much as I can to give the operator (a human) sufficient time to respond since there were no computers nor motor controllers in 1931 when Tesla demonstrated his EV conversion of a 4,000 pound Pierce-Arrow.

The inductance on the transformer coils is designed to be equal to the inductance on the motor coils. A variable shunting capacitor, C1, could alter the voltage (and, thus, the ratio of amps to volts) so that the "zone" can deliver whatever Ohms of impedance you may desire (within reasonable limits). But I use C1, not as a variable capacitor, but as a prechargeable capacitor precharged at home with 300 volts to accommodate the motor's need for this amount to adequately provide enough torque to move this massive vehicle. C1 is located in the upper right (shown in this screen shot).

Parametric Oscillations recreated in –

Since nearly all resistances in this circuit act as negative resistance, and this simulator has equivalent series resistance built into each of its caps and coils, it is very difficult to manage the explosiveness of its tendency to surge. So difficult is this circuit, that I have had to resort to using 6V batteries acting as anchor weights to regulate the surges which this circuit is capable of. By intermittently including these batteries in parallel with the four central capacitors, the surge that would have developed in those capacitors is prevented from doing so. In this example, the clock timer engages the four batteries 85% of each duty cycle during surge mode. But when the toggle switch engages drain mode, the clock timer is prevented from disengaging the batteries. So, the batteries will permanently inhibit surges from developing while this circuit is draining while driving the car. When in surge mode, the drive train (transmission) must be disconnected from the motor and the car allowed to coast. Since the response time for surges to develop is in one or two seconds, this power supply has adequate time to maintain the car's speed despite the "sturm unt dang" (manic/depressive) approach to energy management.

So much voltage gets built up (accumulates) in this circuit that it would be necessary to do more than merely heavily insulate all of its coils and conections. A coaxial covering would also have to envelope the interior lining of whatever project box surrounds this circuit and ground this lined, protective sheathing to either the Earth (if this were to be used as a home, or office building, power supply) or else ionize a flat or hollow (spherical?) aerial connected to this coax's sheathing with a rapid flow of (compressed?) air in hopes that these ions will ground themselves to nearby objects removing any need to directly ground this circuit to the Earth.

Tesla Coil Formulas –
One Henry is the minimum inductance to use on all coils to stabilize growth of surges. Hence,
don't think small; think big. Plan on building this for an EV or for powering your home or neighborhood!

Good Luck! And Mazel Tov!! You've just elected to learn about free energy supported by scientific data (Wikipedia has no less than four articles on parametric magnetism) and the Laws of Physics. Emmy Noether's theorem defines time as the non-varying yardstick by which we measure the Conservation of Energy. Thus, whenever time varies, the Conservation of Energy does not apply such as during the dilation of time (which the Theory of Relativity allows for). Eric Dollard defines parametric excitation as electricity moving forwards in time (during its decomposition) or backwards in time (during its synthesis) as measured at the source. I would slightly modify this definition of Eric's by stating that it appears that time can vary giving the illusion of electricity freely traveling in time, forwards or backwards, without actually doing so.

This I say for the simple reason that Eric has already given an analogy to backup my claim. He describes how it is possible to make it appear as if electricity does not travel in time by giving the example of the power company putting capacitors in series with their transmission lines every few hundred miles or so to alter the phase angle of the A/C waves so as to align the waves at the power plant with those at their destination. This gives the appearance of electricity defying the speed of light as a limit to its rate of travel when no such thing has actually occured. BTW, these capacitors are enough to fill an entire room at each location where they occur.

I really don't know why Paul Falstad's electronic simulator can predict parametric surges. LTSpice can predict them as well. Micro Cap is prevented from doing so. Their surges are repressed after a certain fraction of a second into the simulation.

Divergence is another name for a surge since most surges are constructed of an A/C waveform with an escalating peak alternating with an escalating trough. So, naturally, it's going to have two possible correct solutions which alternately present themselves and thus appear to fail to numerically stabilize as each takes turns out doing its oppositely signed value as each races towards infinite gain at an ever increasing rate of logarythmic acceleration.

Yet, funnily enough, we already know about parametric surges. NASA and Jet Propulsion Lab taught the public about planetary fly-by's in the 1970s when it was described to be the ideal method to shoot the Voyager spacecract out along a path to exit our solar system and hopefully meet up with smart aliens who could decipher its messages and understand its images. These messages were designed by none other than Carl Sagan and an associate around Carl's kitchen table one night. The image of a naked man and woman etched into a plate attached to the small craft was the inspired brainchild of Carl's wife. But the method to get this, and its second version, out into space was to shoot it into orbit around our Sun at so close an angle as to boomarang it out of orbit before it got a chance to settle into one. The angle has to be too close to settle into a stable orbit, but not so close that it falls into the center of that stellar body's mass and crash. In this in between zone, it is slung back out of that stellar body's orbit with increased speed using that stellar body's gravitational tug as its method of acceleration.

So, what is the analogy here? I think it's the compression – however slight – of the dielectric of a capacitor when it alternately charges and then discharges.

The telling difference between a tank circuit's oscillation and a parametric oscillation is when we increase the number of capacitors in a tank circuit from one to two. This alters a tank circuit's behavior away from a circular oscillation converting it into a pendulous one. It is the pendulum, not the circle, which is capable of partaking of overunity. Yet, it is the tank circuit's circular orbit which all of our motors and generators are designed around.

Remember the whole point to why H.G. Well's "The War of the Worlds" alien craft had never invented the wheel and had to make do with legs for moving around on terrain was to teach us the moral that technological development is not always predicated on the wheel which we take for granted here on Earth. But on other worlds, they may not have our advantage and, so, must come up with an alternative solution.

Well, what if the alternative solution to the wheel is the pendulous action of two legs who swing in alternate cycles of first one moving forward and then the other? That is how we walk upright, yes? And what if this is what an LMD module does when its engineer learns how to make it walk by swinging its two legs (half circles) along: first one followed by the other using the momentum (gravity) of one to propel the other in alternate fashion? And what if all a wheel is good for is winding down its speed while all a pendulum is good for is winding itself up into higher voltages and faster arcs of shorter and shorter wavelengths?

This quickening of wavelength bypasses any need for increasing current by the traditional method of draining a voltage source, such as: an EV's pack of batteries. Only the voltage need increase on neighboring capacitor pairs while the paltry current fakes its increase by not accelerating – by not increasing its amperage, but by increasing its frequency. It accomplishes this by overcoming its tendency to discharge more slowly than it charges by affecting its voltage on its opposite plate and simultaneously charging it with an opposing charge making it look like this opposite plate is prematurely discharging with gusto! This is the advantage of two capacitors, rather than one, in a tank circuit and each separated by two coils. Cool, huh?

Every LMD daisy chain intended for practical use must terminate in a tank circuit where its motor coil (inductive load) is located. This, I do, in this circuit at either end: on the far right and the far left side of the horizontal arrangement of a motor coil loop starting on one far side and looping around to the other side versus four LMD half-loops in the center. The motor coils on either end use the energy which surges within the four half loops in the center of this circuit, but not at the same time. First we surge the central half loops while disconnecting the motor coils' single wrap around loop to surge energy. Then we reconnect the broken motor loop which will dominate the four non-tank circuits in the center reverting them into tank circuits against their nature.

In other words, surges are a delicate animal which must be protected against thermodynamic, loss oriented conversions by operating completely isolated from normal circuitry. Otherwise, they'll fail to surge. A manual transmission with a clutch completes this picture of how on Earth did Tesla demonstrate his EV conversion of a four thousand pound Pierce-Arrow back in 1931 without any advantage of motor controllers and computer chips wherein the driver was the sole method for controlling surges or terminating them to coast along (for intermittently short durations) on stored electrical momentum whenever not engaged in surging the power supply?

Surges are considered numerical anomalies in the world of electronic simulators. Nobody wants to believe that they exist in the real world. Of course, electrical engineers are trained to recognize them when they occur and suppress them without a second thought using "snubber" subcircuits and then deny that surges exist in the real world.

I live for surges. They're what make the study of overunity worthwhile.

Normally, transformers are considered temporary storehouses of current. And it's true, current oscillates back and forth in these LMD modules using the coil as a loaded spring to alternately shoot these surges first in one direction and then in the other and back again. But in this circuit, transformer coils store very little current. Most of the energy is in the form of voltage temporarily stored in the four central capacitors as they build up their charge to ever increasing values. But it is these capacitors which have the added incentive to also increase their charges with parametric efficiency. This mechanism for synthesizing, or decomposing, electricity from or into its constituent ingredients of time, magnetism and electrostatics requires a whole 'nother discussion of the cardinal set theory of infinite series denoted by their symbol: the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet known as 'Aleph'.

In Vedic lore, Aleph is known as Dharma: the gap between the Infinite Absolute and the Transitory Relative (Creation). Both are eternal save one distinction: the Absolute never changes. Their only other difference is that the field of Dharma allows for the Absolute to tug on the Relative to transcend itself and return to Pure, Absolute and Transcendental Being while the Relative tugs on the Absolute to manifest itself in a process known as Smritee: Memory – as Arjuna says in the Bhagavad Gita "I remember" when he cognizes enlightenment. All discovery is a process of recalling what we have forgotten: our connection with Infinity. The Science of Yoga is the science of negotiating between these two extreme opposite conditions of life through the process of Dharma.

Electricity is the simplest form of awareness which negotiates the field of Dharma. As such, electricity is consciousness – our consciousness – at its most fundamental level of awareness infinitely capable of manifesting any and every reality ever conceivable and transcending any and every experience imaginable.

In the course of developing this circuit, I've come to the conclusion that my simulator needs another face lift in the sense that it's model of four Ohms per Henry for equivalent series resistance in all coils is too small. Using the mathematical formula for finding the area of a circle as my guide – since the cross-section of a coil of wire is analogous to the relationship between linear resistance (according to length of wire) and exponential induction – I've managed to improve performance of Eric Dollard's analog computer of a transmission line in Longitudinal Magneto-Dielectric mode (across the space between a transmission line's pair of wires). Today is 31/Aug/2018 4:47 and my new updated simulator software is version REALSIM4mo.

Thanks, Paul (Falstad and Iain Sharp) for providing this open source software for people like myself willing to customize this software to suit our purposes. Mine is the promotion of electrical anomalies known as surges, also known as parasitic transients, or parametric oscillations – what we call free energy – in a circuit willing (built and designed) to handle the intense stress which goes with producing this free energy.