- uploaded: Dec 3, 2013
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video by: morpher44 on youtube... I'm starting to get some evidence that one way to get power from the Bashar STA is to hook it up in series with a capacitor and resistive load. I've found that the higher I can go with capacitance, the more power I get. I believe I'm not even close to going low enough in frequency, which points to the Schumann's resonances after all. This surprised me because I was thinking that 80Khz was the frequency I should be shooting for, but the evidence shows otherwise. It does make sense that big capacitance and big inductance in series would yield the highest current at these lower frequencies. Tesla was trying to get down to 7.8Hz. He too was using a "air-coil" approach. Most modern coils that are used to tune Schumann resonant frequencies are NOT air coils. They have thousands of turns, are very large and use ferromagnetic cores. They probably, therefore, dampen the signal quite a bit. An air coil is more ideal but requires very large capacitance. One Schumann frequency is 59.9Hz. I would need 4400uF or so to reach that low. You must use AC capacitors -- like found in air conditioning units. Do not use electrolytic capacitors, unless they are non-polarized.