Eric Dollard talk some about Heaviside and his presentation that was given at the 2020 ESTC. Griffin Brock is also on the call to discuss some of his projects, which were the subjects of two presentations he gave at the 2020 ESTC.
We open up for some questions and there are planty of pics and URLs in the video for reference.
There are a whole range of topics covered on this call – the video is 1 hour 22 min.
Donate to EPD Laboratories, Inc. to support this work – all donations are tax deductible: https://ericpdollard.com/ – the donation info is in the right column of the EPD website.
Last year in 2020, at the 19th Annual Energy Science & Technology Conference, Eric Dollard presented: Electromagnetic Induction and its Propagation: A Sequel to the Work of Oliver Heaviside of the Same Title.
The presentation is available here: (PAPERBACK LINK IS BELOW THIS)
This presentation is being put into paperback form and will be several parts – most likely 3. Part 1 has now been released on Amazon as a paperback and in Kindle – that is available here: Electromagnetic Induction and its Propagation
This Part 1 will also be available in E-book form here on emediapress.com and we’ll announce this as soon as it’s available.
This coming Sunday the 26th at NOON PACIFIC TIME, we’re having a live call to specifically discuss this new paperback release.
Please MUTE your own phone when you get on the call. If you want to ask a question when we open up for questions, press 5* and you will be unmuted so you can ask your question. The call will be recorded and put online at a later time. Please keep your questions relevant to the topic.
It is recommended to at least watch this preview video of the presentation to get a feel for the content that is to be discussed.
A recent video produced by Veritasium discusses the energetic flow happening outside the wires. Not that this is a mystery but it does have about 9.5 Million views by now and nobody seems to understand the solution to the problem.
It seems that Derek Muller inspiration of this video came from a question proposed to him by a professor of his.
The video is pretty good although there are errors in his basic usage of some terminology, etc. it’s worth watching. Eric Dollard spend quite a bit of time scouring through the comments and couldn’t find a single one where anyone understood the situation so the solution is posted directly below the video – watch the video first and then real Eric’s solution.
LIVE CALL: We’re going to have a live call with Eric Dollard, which haven’t had for a long time. This coming Sunday the 12th at NOON Pacific Time. Call this number: 1-857-232-0155 then enter this access code: 582590 – we’ll discuss this video, the solution and anything else related to books or presentations by Eric Dollard. Please mute your phone when you log on.
HERE’S THE SOLUTION FROM ERIC DOLLARD, since most people commenting on the video are struggling to understand what is happening – it’s a very basic transmission line problem:
“First of all, there are a lot of assumptions involved so they have to be cleared away. The incandescent light bulb should be able to pass current in both direction (not LED), also, the light bulb resistance should remain constant regardless of what current or voltage is applied to it. So, in this case, we want the resistance of the light bulb to equal twice the impedance of the two transmission lines. Or, in other words, the impedance of the two lines in series. Also, the resistance and leakage conductance of the transmission line should be negligible or zero, as well as the permeability and permittivity equaling unity. This greatly simplifies the process by eliminating echoes. Upon closure of the switch, the light will light to half voltage. The two transmission lines will appear as resistors at the terminals between the battery and the light bulb. After the time it takes for a traveling wave to propagate from the battery light bulb to the short circuit at the end of the line and back, the light bulb will receive full battery voltage. There is nothing abstract about this; this is standard transmission line engineering.” – Eric Dollard
Veljko’s 2-stage oscillator is an amazing device that produces more mechanical work than it takes to run the device. It’s in use by hundreds of companies around the world pumping water, grinding grain, etc.
Roger Richard’s protégé, Sky Huddleston, presented at the 2021 ESTC on the Bourke Engine and is the most comprehensive and authoritative presentation ever given on this technology.
Here is a relatively recent video demonstration by Roger Richard that you can watch here. Roger’s description is:
“I played with a trial video editor and got some interesting results. Sorry about the watermark, but I couldn’t wait to post it and used it anyway. The video is an overlay of two Bourke 30″ engines running about a second apart. Also, this run is with 87 octane pump gas . A slight modification of the original design made this possible. True homogenous charge compression ignition, HCCI. Russ Bourke was right and still is.”
Sky Huddleston’s full presentation is available here: