Ron Kovac has been subjecting plasmas formed inside of glass bulbs under vacuum conditions to electric and magnetic field forces. The purpose of these experiments has been twofold: (1) to investigate the atomic/space-shape concepts of Walter Russell and his reports of element transmutation, and (2) to further investigate possibilities of cold fusion indicated by the generation of helium.
The transmutation experiments have been a collaborative effort by Tim Binder and Toby Grotz. The Electric Spacecraft Journal has been given permission to use portions of information printed in Fulcrum. Kovac has provided material to ESJ on his plasma cold fusion experiments since May of 1994.
First printed in Fulcrum, V3, N2 p. 19 (Dec 1994).
Ronald Kovac describes how plasma toroids may form as the result of voltage pulses in a positive ionic space surrounding a Tesla coil secondary.
Ron Kovac built a working model of Tesla's 1899 Colorado Springs transmitter to investigate the Power Wave. This paper explains his simulation of Tesla's experiments and the results.
Ron Kovac is one of the few individual experimenters who have a wide array of instruments and equipment. A series of simple experiments, in February and March, 1992, were performed in search of observations that might provide clues to electrical force effects.
In general, the experimental series generated forces that might best be attributed to electrostatic coulomb forces, rather than ion thrust or electrogravitic interactions. The large number of experiments conducted serve to illustrate the intensive work required in order to isolate the specific factors that induce motion.