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Jeffrey N. Cook
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Jeffrey N. Cook (Abstracts)
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  • Experiment on the Linear Increase in Efficiency with Multiple Moving Magnets over Pulsed Inductors (2012) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Jeffrey N. Cook   read the paper:

    I have prepared an experimental apparatus consisting of an inductor and five reversible DC motors, used as DC electrical generators, hooked to ring magnets suspended above the inductor whose radii are ninety degrees from the radius of the inductor and hooked from belts to the motors. I then DC pulse the inductor causing the magnets to experience three motions, but confine all energy with the belt to the rotational motion alone, which turns the motors. I include many iterations of varied waveforms and different numbers of generators in order to measure the power IN to the inductor and OUT from the reversible DC motors, used as electrical generators (not hooked to the same electrical circuit with the inductor in any way). I have measured over many iterations and varied resistive loads (though only a ten Ohm load is described in this paper for sake of straight forward simplicity) that the COP (the coefficient of power OUT divided by power IN) is greater than unity of significant magnitude when the amplified signal frequency input to the inductor is above a certain threshold, while the power IN is reduced below another threshold.

  • A Unit-Derivation for the Vacuum Field (2012) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Jeffrey N. Cook   read the paper:

    I derive a Lagrangian for all fields of force known, as well as all that could possibly be discovered in the future, and show that the sum of the fields of force in space equals the vacuum field of force and that this field can be measured in dimensions of kilograms per second. Using Gauge Theory and the Euler-Lagrange Method, I show that that which interacts in the vacuum field of force is velocity itself, that it is an interaction of motion and the foundation (or result) of all other fields of force. The consequences of this paper should allow one to better study the known fields of force, and because of the results of these mathematics, a more accurate Gauge Theory for the nature of fields of force may be understood.

  • Measurement Error Discovered in the Paper "Experiment on the Linear Increase in Efficiency with Multiple Moving Magnets over Pulsed Inductors" (2012) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Jeffrey N. Cook   read the paper:

    In the paper, ?Experiment on the Linear Increase in Efficiency with Multiple Moving Magnets over Pulsed Inductors? I, the author, described and measured an experimental apparatus in attempt to discover whether or not the efficiency of such a system would increase linearly with an increase in the number of generator-turning magnets and an increase in frequency, as previous experiments had suggested the hypothesis could very well be valid. The result was that it increased exponentially, and that aspect of the paper remains intact despite the measurement error. By filtering the input power (but not the output power) to the system, such that at each increase in frequency the input power would in turn reduce with an output power increase, such a successful experiment would surely be telling of an over-efficient system, perhaps even self-sustaining systems could be a practical technological reality. While the apparatus design was successful, an important input measurement error was discovered, thus the experimental results will need to be retested and the paper appended...

  • Experiment of the Biefield-Brown Effect using Symmetric Plate Capacitors Charged below 35kV (2011) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Jeffrey N. Cook   read the paper:

    Since at least as early as the 1920's it has been documented within the literature that asymmetric capacitors exhibit a net force in the direction of their charges when high voltages are applied. It also has been demonstrated that certain electrode shapes have an impact on the effectiveness of this effect, that which is called ?the Biefield-Brown Effect?. The author herein explores the limitations of certain designs in order to better understand the physics of this phenomenon, as well as to add measurable data to this study. Nine designs are considered and strict controls are applied to the experimental steps in order to provide the best possible data and analysis for this research. It has been found through this research that the ?skin effect? of a charged metal can give insight into better designs, as well as the electrical breakdown distances of the dielectric materials of such capacitors. While this paper does not rule in (nor out) the exclusivity of ion wind in such designs, it does bring into account where and when such ion wind factors are a critical block to future technologies in this regard, as well as to where and when they are not.

  • Endodrift Upground Reservoir Hypothesis (2011) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Jeffrey N. Cook   read the paper:

    The author only heard that Clyde, Ohio was classified a ?Cancer Cluster? after Christmas of 2010, brought to his attention by his wife, after reading an article on it from the Internet. The point of this case that concerned him, as with most cancer cluster cases, is that the cause of the dramatic and sudden rise in cancer cases in Clyde was still unknown, leaving the community still unsettled. The small town of just over six thousand people is less than an hour's drive from the author's home, so on New Years Day, he performed a cursory survey of the area. While the author is by no means a noted expert on cancer, nor a noted expert in environmental science, having only taken one university course in Environmental Science and one in Biology, his career has had notable moments of discovering general scientific causes and/or effects that have eluded others. However, having never been to Clyde, Ohio, he did not make any agreement or disagreement with the assumptions added to the news article almost seemingly ad hoc. Some of these articled suspicions were 1) local factories, 2) an environmental waste dump a half-mile underground and 3) the water supply itself. In general, the rise in cases did not appear to be of natural, long term environmental causes, as there has been a growing population in Clyde for decades, and the rise in numbers of these cases began to surface around 2000, peaking in 2005 and 2006.