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Observation of a spider building a web with speculations therefrom.


Victor Schauberger told us that if we desired to find answers we should look how nature responds to the same problems. Victor engineered a lot of things after natures methods.


The video[1] illustrates how a spider uses the ambient oscillations[2] to move himself around. He practically teleports himself from one place to another. The wind shakes the spider in it's web. When ever he desires to move he just waits for the wave to peek then puts down his other 4 legs and lifts the 4 he was standing on. The web then bounces back without the spider hanging on it. The wind oscillates the web enough for the spider to move various times it's own length at speeds the camera cant keep up with. The wind is blowing him around his web. The spider is barely using any energy to move.
This specific spider got eaten by a cat who punched him out of the web. This video is the only trace left of him. It was most interesting how the cat found 3 spiders in 1 min. He was running straight at the web so he knew where they build the things. Just like fruit they farm and eat spiders.
Looking at the spider I was thinking how a production line with artificial meat could weave the threads into one big cable much like a spider does. We can engineer the organic compounds to stick it together, much better as the real thing. It seems obvious the spider is also using the oscillations to supply energy to his weaving process. Pulling something out seems easier as pushing. What I did learn from the spider is how random oscillations are only random if you label them as such. The point in going off-topic is in that we should study the master at work without any demands. This guy has 8 eyes and 8 legs, he may only have 2 and a half brain cell he did do 3 hundred millions of years of research. That's a 3 with 8 zeros! They build millions of webs on every single one of those days. It means we can learn more then it may appear to be the case. He only makes it look easy.


The first thing that pops to mind is that those oscillations wouldn't be big enough in our devices. But when you realize that the accepted name for the phenomenon is "friction" it should not be surprising that at this stage we have very little of that component in our machines. There is a lack of ambient vibrations because we engineered stuff to have as little as possible.


But if we would make all parts of a device resonate in harmony we may be able to engineer a device with the same efficiency. But if there is any extra source of vibration available and said machine is engineered to resonate with thus. The works of shaping this ambient source into something useful present just another engineering problem. Resonant forces may move there where load is applied more harmoniously.


The most basic example I can think of: A door may have a load attached to it, moving it may lift some weights. Then we attach a dynamo and make it so that it takes a few min for the weights to come all the way down. Energy is extracted from the door both when entering and when leaving. We dig up ourselves an efficient bulb of some kind. A small natrium light or a few super efficient LED's and we may gain more potential illumination from entering and leaving the room as that what we used to look around. Doors can power all kinds of small devices. One could set the spring of a clock, it would never need any batteries rewinding or any attention other then occasional door movement. Mechanical constructions build into walls is ancient technology.


Piezoelectric tiles in crowded areas would also work. We can make it so that there always is some source of light in any public place, solar and wind are also great for this. But it would work better if we made the circuits smaller and separate them so that each subsystem may crash on it's own. Vibes claims their device is 2 cubic millimeters in size generating 1.4 microwatt from 2g vibrations at 840 Hz.[3].


My absolute favorite is the abundance of vibrations available in any vehicle[4]. There is so much ambient resonance right there it's as~if we got struck by the stupid.


Dr. Liang Sing Yan Car[5] can generate 188 HP on level road Using Hall Effect ICs that. It mainly uses gravitational energy. The car cannot go up steep hills as the ability to Lead Out gravitational energy diminishes with the incline angle. Chao Ching San improved the Car with a bank of rechargeable batteries. On going uphill, the batteries kick in to provide the additional climbing power. On going downhill, the batteries are recharged. Further improvement will be the 5th generation where the ICs are in an external magnetic field.


Where me should notice how the batteries creates harmony with the wave of the hill. It's not just regenerative breaking, hills have a very different amplitude. regenerative breaking is best done mechanically using springs or even flywheels. Descending a hill may take hours while breaking may take only a few seconds. Just like climbing a hill takes much longer as accelerating the vehicle. It boils down to the same thing but both require a very different kind of engineering solution.


Electric engines are very small, it's the battery that takes up all the space. Still the penlight battery powered Teslaroadster seems to work much better as any "high-end" necrosolar mobile and without the smell of burning corpses.
One does not have to understand free energy to understand that configuring an engine to leverage the violent shaking of conventional vehicles may absolutely result in a seemingly overunity feedback configuration, if the Rotoverter technology can already leverage the resonance from a stationary engine then "random" vibrations of a vehicle may very~well be sorted out into exploitable linear propulsions may it be limited to engineers skilled in the art.
One should wonder if A mountain is a random oscillation, and is accelerating a random event? We all know such obstacles are highly predicable in their responses.


Troy reed[6] said the coils need to be configured so that there is no Lenzlaw in the motor. The first thing he got rid of was the axle. It should be a tube spinning AND vibrating inside another. How many Hamel spinners does it take to convince a physicist?


Perpetuum[7] makes microgenerators that could in future be powered by their owner's beating heart. Which would also allow patients to avoid surgery to replace batteries in their pacemaker. Which in it's turn would give artificial organs a life span that exceeds their host. But it boils down to hooking up the apparatus to the biologic power grid.


Tesla simply suggested to have devices resonate on radio frequencies, if this would only supply a seed power it wouldn't require much input. We may expect his usual engineering to be most sufficient to make it work.


Be aware! The earth is also an oscillatory system known as Shuman resonance, it vibrates between 3 and 6 hertz in the range of the "delta" waves of the human brain. galactically we rotate around the sun likewise. Does nature have to make things more obvious as this? We turn around our axle while we turn around our sun. 21 December 2012 at exactly 11:11 am GMT, represents an extremely close conjunction of the Winter Solstice Sun with the crossing point of the Galactic Equator (Equator of the Milky Way) and the Ecliptic (path of the Sun), what that ancient Maya recognized as the Sacred Tree. If one could only look at it for a few alautun the intergalactic vibrations should be quite obvious. The concept of living in harmony with nature should be taken literally. It's not a figure of speech.


[1] - Magnetmotor -
[2] - Ambient Energy -
[3] - Vibes -
[5] - The car by Dr. Liang Sing Yan and Chao Ching San -
[6] - Troy Reed -
[7] - Perpetuum -

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