THE TWO COPPER RODS ATTACHED BELOW EACH SPHERE (IN THE PHOTOGRAPH) ARE ACTUALLY A SINGLE
ROD WHICH IS BENT IN THE MIDDLE CONNECTING THE TWO SPHERES TOGETHER. EACH CAPACITOR IS
PRECHARGED WITH ONE MICROVOLT (IC=–1µV) TO REFLECT THE AMBIENT CHARGE OF THE ATMOSPHERE
AT GROUND-LEVEL AND FILLED WITH QUARTZ SAND. THE TUBING IS FILLED WITH IRON ROD(S).
Inductance of BarrelCoil = Assuming a length of 2ft., a radius of 1ft., with a single turn of an iron sheet or any
number of turns of bare iron wire, whose relative permeability is 200k, and whose resistance 6 times its induc-
tance (comparing its units of inductance versus its units of series resistance: Henrys versus Ohms). The resis-
tance of this coil is made negative on the presumption that maybe it will contribute since it is a coil of iron with
magnetic remanence? If so, then this tells us something very interesting about magnetic remanence. If capaci-
tance is added to a magnetically remanent coil, either in parallel or in series, then this magnetic remanence be-
comes a special case. It becomes negative resistance! But there is a catch... The catch is that the smaller we
make the inductance of this coil, the more unstable it becomes making it more likely to explode more suddenly
and more rapidly than if it had been a coil of larger inductance. Yet, a larger coil inductance makes it take longer
to reach our target of output. We balance this against the quantity of capacitance inside of the copper spheres to
regulate the outcome. The other discrepancy is that their load was probably far less than mine.