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DIGITAL DC ELECTRICITY… DOES THIS RING A BELL?

This highly bizarre, and intriguing, article was shared by N.S., and it has my high octane speculation motor running in overdrive today. It concerns something called "digital electricity", which is a mind-twister and noodle-baker all on its own. Just what in the name of sense is "digital electricity"? The answer as provided in the following article - from two years ago - might astonish you:

What is digital electricity?

Here's the article's definition of "digital electricity":

“This emerging technology combines DC power and data into packets which are transmitted and received in a manner that is somewhat analogous to how information packets are conveyed over networks. Digital electricity allows us to push power out to much longer distances without having to plan for the normal voltage drop – and without having massive copper wire size; we incorporate this technology into our designs when centralized power is a must and on projects when the facility’s design doesn’t support traditional cable lengths – such as rail stations, airports and sports venues."... What they apparently offer is a way to send very short, very high-voltage pulses for long distances over standard, low-power cabling (such as in Ethernet) to a unit which somehow accumulates and then transforms the energy into a substantial power source (Figure 1). The pulses are halted within 3 msec if there’s a break in the cable, someone touches it, or any other irregularity.

So note firstly what is being claimed: the transmission of substantial direct current electrical power over long  distances along normal wires without severe attenuation via short electrical pulses. People who have read my books The SS Brotherhood of the Bell and Secrets of the Unified Field will recall that I discussed why the Germans would have placed an entire electrical power plant so near the installations for the Nazi Bell, or, conversely,  why they would have placed those installations so close to an electrical power plant. The answer came from Thomas Edison, who advocated that the electrification of America be done with direct current, and not our contemporary alternating (Tesla-tech) current. The difficulty of direct current is well known to anyone with a basic high school science background (back when high schools in America were more concerned with teaching science, rather than commenting on the race and/or presumed cultural biases of the scientist or engineer in question). Direct current falls off dramatically over distance on power lines; what one puts in isn't what one  gets out, and hence Edison's plan would have led (quickly) to an environmental disaster with a power plant needed every few miles or so. Because of this circumstance, I argued in those books that the Bell device required huge amounts of direct current electricity and the thick cabling to go with it. (As confirmation of this argument, see my discussion with Mr. Tino Von Struckman, with his accompanying pictures, in the members' area dialogue section, where there is clear pictorial evidence of heavy cabling at one time present in the installations in Silesia where the Bell was allegedly developed and tested.)

But according to the claim in the article, this need for heavy cabling has been solved by sending the direct current not in a continuous stream, but in short pulses. Well, possibly, because another detail that emerged about the Bell was Igor Witkowski's observation that the German nickname for the device was der Bienenstock, the "beehive," because of the buzzing noise it made in operation. From this I deduced that perhaps, at the load end of the Bell itself, there was an electrical gate that was rapidly being opened and closed, which would produce the characteristic electrical buzzing sound. What the article seems to be stating is that the electrical gate has been moved to the source end of the circuit.

However, here my speculations trail off, because the article notes something else:

The stated benefit is that the energy is so low that the wiring does not need an electrician to do the installation, so it can be done by regular construction crews. It is claimed to be lower cost in materials and highly efficient. It also meets all relevant UL and IEC regulatory requirements for low-power safety. A complete system requires what are called digital electricity transmitters and complementary receivers, (Figure 2), but I could not find data sheets for either, nor a clear statement of what goes into and what comes out of each box, their size, power requirements, speed, or anything similar.

I studied their web sites and collateral carefully and did some other research, and still don’t really grasp how this set-up works or how it manages to accomplish what seems to be contradictory and almost unsupportable goals. How can you send enough energy, via short pulses, to integrate and convert into a fairly large amount of output power in this type of continuous power-drain application? Pulse-power delivery is a viable technique for some specialty situations, such as high-energy tests, but this is very different. The greatly simplified discussion, “The Idea” on the VoltServer site, actually raised more questions for me than it answered. In addition, the product page at the JMA Wireless site was of little help, as was this VoltServer “success story” posted in a publication called Connected Real Estate. The hour-long VoltServer presentation “Touch-Safe, High Voltage Digital Electricity Transmission using Packet Energy Transfer,” which you can view below, was somewhat more helpful, but still left me wondering about the technique and the claims.

Overall, I wish I better understood what they are doing and how they do it. Frankly, the skeptic (or cynic) in me was ready to assume this was some sort of “something for almost nothing” scam that seems too good to be true, but VoltServer claims about 200 installations in various commercial buildings as well as named sports stadiums, so I suppose it really does work. I still wonder, though, why I haven’t seen anything about this apparently innovative technology in the various engineering-design publications, especially as it is clearly not a very new approach given the many actual deployments. What’s your sense of this innovation? Are you familiar with it? Are you comfortable that it can it really deliver what they claim? Do you understand how it works? What am I missing—or am I missing the point? (Boldface emphasis added)

Indeed... no data, no announcements in the engineering journals, and a quick search on phys.org produced next to nothing, so yes, you can color me suspicious too. No, not just suspicious, but very highly suspicious.

But let's crawl to the end of the speculation twig once again: pulsed direct current electricity would essentially be an "electro-acoustic" wave, a longitudinal "compressional" wave with peaks and troughs of compression and rarefaction. Could that be transmitted on wires? I assume it could, though I'm at a loss to explain why someone touching such a wire would not experience a sudden sharp pain, if not paralysis and/or death. But this basic idea was behind Tesla's "wireless power" transmission idea.  So I have to wonder, was my "electrical gate" that I posited for the Bell not located at the load end, but rather, at the source end, and were massive DC pulses being delivered on those massive cables?

And if this system - all my and the original author's skepticism aside - is what it says it is and is delivering the power it says it's delivering, are we looking at yet another quiet energy revolution right before our eyes? If so, then more sweeping changes are in store.

See you on the flip side...

 

36 thoughts on “DIGITAL DC ELECTRICITY… DOES THIS RING A BELL?”

  1. Almost sounds like fiber optic on steroids with an agenda towards power dispersion. Yet the diagram depiction looks inefficient somehow.

      1. Nothing mysterious going on here at all.
        Folks, a basic understanding of Ethernet PoE, Electrical Laws and Circuits plus a experience with Data Communications reveals that VoltServer have created a very nice suite of power distribution products. The transmitters and receivers use balanced twisted pair wiring, pulse width modulation, microprocessor line status sensing and adhere to Class 2 and Class 3 Electrical safety standards.
        The uninformed conjecture about VoltServer’s technology reveals a complete absence of basic electrical knowledge and is frankly, laughable. VoltServer have astutely and quietly gone about securing patents over several years and kept Mum about it because they were literally the first to market. Really Joseph, you can do better.

  2. This reporter is honest enough to say this technology is far beyond his comprehension. We have been trying to bring control fusion reactors for the past sixty to seventy years either the scientist have failed or have succeeded and it too has gone silent running as god knows what other technologies that have been denied to the rest of us.

  3. Lurking Learner

    I may be wrong but I suspect touch lamp technology is being utilized to de-energize the conductors in the video presentation’s safety demonstration. That statement is in no way meant to diminish what the inventors have accomplished, which is making high-voltage touch safe. Just based on it’s lower installation costs alone this system is a game changer. The telecommunications installations are legitimate.

    Reading this may provide some insight into the switching technology of the transmitter.
    Pulse width modulation Pulse duration modulation:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulse-width_modulation

    The receiver may be serving some capacitive function to smooth out power before the load and also making the conductors touch safe.

  4. It sounds like a derivative of PoE (Power over Ethernet).

    PoE is limited to the 100m max length for Cat5.E ethernet cords, but that limit is due to data loss and not a problem with electrical transmission.

  5. Interesting in that when you use Tesla pulsed electricity in a wire, either the electro part or the magnetic part, but not both, you get a gain in the voltage in a thin wire that would normally be a resistance but becomes an amplifier. The late John Bedini demonstrated the concept with an audio program according to an article I saw and your gasoline car demonstrates it every mile with resistance spark plug wires that takes 12 volts over the top to light the fire. When the cable resistance weakens so does the spark. Time to buy another set. Pulsing is caused by the breaking of the points of a DC coil run off the battery. At the switch off point there is a surge of DC voltage sometimes called back EMF amplified by the spark plug wires.
    An example would be when Tesla observed Edison firing up his DC plant. One morning a worker was too close to the output wire and died when struck by a corona surge pulse. Tesla exploited that effect in his later work.

  6. Stan Del Carlo

    That big snapping-cracking electric sound
    The Third Eye, the three phase generator/alternator composed of the medulla oblongata, the pituitary and pineal gland. The “light in the head,” as simply defined by Alice Baily. Its activity is intense as looking like a extreme rapid spin, but it’s not, it is pulsing. The field expands, the field collapses, the field expands, the field collapses….. permanently lit. The medulla oblongata frequency reflects in yellow color, the pituitary in cobalt blue and the pineal in red rose. The pituitary and pineal are synchronized creating a pulse frequency of purple/violet. Extreme rapid pulses of expanding and collapsing fields in violet-yellow, violet-yellow….forever now blazing across my brow pushing on 44 years in July.

  7. There is so much in electromagnetism. Like the human brain, perhaps only 10% of the full potential is in common use.

  8. Peter Sazonoff

    Why not visit a few of those “named” sports stadiums and 200 other installations and have a look around?

  9. anakephalaiosis

    AC/DC – Thunderstruck – animates oceans of people in rock concerts.

    In Odin yoga, it is called kundalini, when electrocuting the soul.

    Flesh tent is bioelectric, and power of will is high voltage impulse.

    Dead corpse is flat battery, that doesn’t ring a bell.

  10. The article mentioned quite a few installations where it’s already working without naming any.
    Sounds like vaporware.
    Feels more plausible that power is being sent wirelessly and disguised as on odd wired system.

    If possible, tolerate the communist leanings of these two and listen to how aligned Allison McDowell’s research is with CAF’s results for following the money.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jla8ELSn0Q

    1. McDowell did well outlining the predatory philanthropist bringing in AI and robotics to replicate and replace all natural life forms on the planet.

  11. Robert Barricklow

    Ring a secret Nazi; blacker than black, Bell?
    to the post…

    Digital electricity?
    Even a sci-fi digital electricity, would be a stretch; let alone,
    a truth-stranger-that-fiction one. Yet, aren’t we all in that truth-stranger-than-fiction Covid1984 Ops w/in Ops, CCP technocratic digital dystopian global prison archipelago; being built around us, and indeed, inside some of us?
    Naturally it would the DC current; as DC, has already taken on a malignant swamp characteristic. And speaking of DC; I wonder how long this digital electricity been around?
    Since the Cosmic War?
    At least, since The Bell?

    It used to be that DC was short distance and costly? After reading all the other benefits of the digital DC; it’s as if some malignant force wiped it up out of thin air by using an ancient script of spells.

    A force, once at war; and back building out the Cosmic Tools again …
    to build the battlefield, and capture the prize?.

    1. Their patents run from 2013-2021 and they have quite a few investors. Makes me wonder if they’ll end up with an IPO. There are descriptions of each of their 17 patents. I can’t pretend I understand the mechanics involved, but appears to be quite real.

      1. Robert Barricklow

        No doubt.
        The question is
        did the “inventors” have some help
        that will remain hidden?

  12. Sounds like SC, Shortcircuit Current( not to be confused with fault current) to me, which has been researched heavily for many years. Although good luck finding anything on it now, as it seems to have gone dark.

  13. From reading Joseph’s books several times over and also The Hunt for Zero Point by Nick Cook (ex Defense journalist for Jane’s Defense Weekly), I had understood that the Bell comprised 2 sections which contra-rotated at speed in order to generate a torsion field. Each section spun at approx 30,000 rpm. Surely the humming / bumble bee noise from the Bell was a result of this spinning action (like a child’s spinning top toy)?
    The high voltage electricity supplied by the power station nearby was also cabled into the concrete “henge” structure outside the deep tunnel in the mountain housing the Bell. Given that the “henge” was circular, there was likely some electro-magnetic force field being generated inside it – possibly similar to that found in genuine crop circles.
    Does Joseph or anyone else know if the operation of the Bell has been linked to the operation of the “henge”? And what was the link?

  14. Imagine a sky scraper that is able to harvest the static electricity from the air that flows over it or the rain that falls on it. Then that power gets converted to this digital pulsed signal and used to run the building. If it truely is more efficient but requires the electronics that use it to be designed differently and specifically for this type of energy transmission than why are we not building everything to run like this? Think cars and why extreme gas mileage is frowned upon. The petroleum industry has too much lobbying power and governments get too much revenue taxing by the gallon of consumption. Neither wants efficiency because they would lose too much money. Could the same be true for power companies lobbying behind the scenes to keep electricity consumption high and inefficient for similar reasons; especially in efficiency leads to independance from the grid? What if there is a whole new way of using electricity and designing electrical components that opens the door for harvesting the electricity that flows all around us from the rotating Earth, rain cycle, blowing wind, and cosmic waves to run everything cheaply and efficiently? Would it get suppressed by those who run the current system of power generation and delivery?

    1. Maybe our cell phones already use this tech. And wouldn’t it be nifty if our cell phone’s antennas harvested energy from all the signal pollution flowing through them when they are not in use and recharged themselves. For the younger generation that are glued to their cells constantly the usage would be more than the gain, but for people like me who rarely look at their phones there should be no reason it couldn’t recharge itself between uses.

    2. Might be getting ready to roll this out with the next generation smart cities with only next generation smart devices allowed to run in their jurisdictions. You will own nothing in them and be happy; so long as you are willing to give up your soul.

    3. Loxie Lou Davie

      Roger, this made me think of the man who has antennas in his back yard harvesting whatever comes to us through the atmosphere. He is able to run his house on this energy!! Sorry I can’t remember what his name is!

  15. Here’s the list of 17 patents VoltServer has received.

    Full lList: Patents Assigned to VOLTSERVER INC.
    https://patents.justia.com/assignee/voltserver-inc

    Here are two patents, with links to the document, that refer to packets:

    Method and apparatus for parallel operation of packet energy transfer receivers
    https://patents.justia.com/patent/10468879Patent number: 10468879

    Packet Energy Transfer Power Control Elements
    Publication number: 20160134331
    https://patents.justia.com/patent/20160134331

  16. Eewwww … and wouldn’t increasing the size of the CERN colliders maybe require unique electrical demands? Okay, this is freaking me out.

  17. I wonder what the patent looks like. Could the patent still be pending but the technology utilized if it meets the electrical codes? Anyway, don’t cryptocurrencies require A LOT of electricity? Also, wouldn’t monitoring the world through blockchain require more on top of that? This is beyond my speculative paygrade, so I’ll leave it to the big boys.

  18. In an age where political gaslighting is far more of an environmental concern than bovine flatulence this one sounds reasonable enough to be true! This is precisely the kind of technology one might expect to see in certain military and space applications, but kept quietly off the books until the technology was “needed” to jump-start a new technological revolution. This technology seems tailor made for a modern power infrastructure in the event the present one became suddenly “unavailable” due to some existential crisis. After all, we are due one. There has to be more than solar, wind and wave power to the Obama proposal than just these “window dressing” technologies. In other words, though governments love to keep their cronies awash with funding to maintain loyalty, they also know that some investments may be required to facilitate the transfer of technologies to the field for testing quietly in applications that are not immediate and accessible. For my wild bit of speculation, what are the odds that such systems are deployed in such out of the way places as Antarctica–where any hidden bases and infrastructure might require such power production and delivery systems using new technologies that are not immediately accessible to human civilization–until the time is right? With the Biden cartel (not administration, because an electoral coup is not the same as a valid election) pushing so heavily to start a war, he may intend to push the envelop further this time to enshrine his FDR aspirations via the global war card. He’s senile enough to dream such a dream.

    1. Loxie Lou Davie

      OC, this made me think of Linda M. Howe’s two Wh.blers who have been to Antarctica & a huge room lights up when they walk into it.

      Also made me think of Rocket Scientist, David Adair, at the age of 17 being taken to Area 51 & he could not figure out where the lighting was coming from as there were no shadows cast. That was back in the 70’s!!!

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