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The source is a nine volt battery Im creating energy by using light pulsetransformerscolumns of light pulse transformersThe timing is so that the basewire is a constant currentThe columns of the light pulse transformers are in a circleall going to the same base wire They fire like timed pistons in a car engine and aretimed by previous pulses heading toward it Each pulse travels through previouslight pulse transformers to get to the last light pulse transformer to reach the base wire and the stepping is the same values say 10 units of step 10s in each columnwhich would make 10000000000 amps10 to the 10th Or say 100 units of step100s in each column in which each unit is two loops wrapped around 200 loopsThat would be 100 to the 100th power of ampsway bigger than the number ofatoms in the earth It steps the current way up The battery only has to pulse alittle energy every few seconds An identical machine steps voltage way up Whentogether a nine volt battery is turned into incredible electricity But step 1 to 1s arenecessary to make them pulse in order Also the next column is more step onesthan the previous and the tops of these columns are all started all at once Whenthe shortest column finishes they are all started again To make THIS possible thebattery pulse is followed by a number of sequence pulsers equal to the number ofpulsers in the shortest column With the step 1 to 1s and other steps like 1 to100s the current and voltage are huge and constant and together making orusing 1000000 to the 1000000 by 1000000000000 millions transistersincredible electricity Then im using that to make a powerful particle acceleratorThe integratercurrent adderputs the signal in a circuler path and keeps integratingit making it go e to the xwith an ln1000000 signal it increases with 1000000 as the baseThe signals next to each other multiply Also integratingadding current of inverse createslnxs Inverting
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