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Re: The 1500t secondary myth (long)
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Original poster: "colin heath" <colin.heath4@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
there is also a huge coil out there i saw a couple of years ago
that should do close to 80' it was named after some god of storms. it
featured at a festival somewhere in the states. it did 40' without its res
charging choke to double the voltage if i remember correctly.
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Sent: Saturday, December 04, 2004 2:48 PM
Subject: RE: The 1500t secondary myth (long)
> Original poster: Terry Fritz <teslalist@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Yep! The details of Bill's big coil are widely known and it has been seen
> by tens of thousands of people. The details are well known:
> Greg's coil also has excellent observations:
> The locations and final destination of Greg's coil are secret too, but no
> doubt it is out there!
> Bob Golka's coil is also way way up there, but the details are far less
> known. Just can't pin down how big the sparks really were. I don't think
> he ever did a "point to point record attempt" thing. He apparently was
> really interested in length or spark records at the time. But it does
> appear to be the most "powerful" Tesla coil ever built! It is commonly
> believed he pushed more than a megawatt into it!!! I have talked to many
> people with first hand knowledge of the thing and it certainly was a giant
> super power machine in any case! It actually makes the Model 13 seems
> DC's big coil has been "reported" but the details are far less than the
> above (almost none), but we will note it. Maybe someday after the
> contracts fade into history the details will come out. I think it will be
> hard to hide ;-)) "I" have heard there is another big coil out there, so
> maybe that is his. Sort of like the F117 20 years ago... something is
> out there...
> At 09:47 AM 12/3/2004, you wrote:
> >Verification is key. There are lots of claims out there, and when those
> >people are asked for verification
> >or proof, its always : "Well, its proprietary", or "We're under contract
> >so we can release any specifics", or "We're
> >under privacy or disclosure agreement" or whatever.
> >But, regardless of all these proprietary, contract, or disclosure
> >agreements, they are always readily available to
> >brag about how big the arc is or how much power it draws.
> >If it was truly proprietary, that information would be a secret as well.
> >Do i sense some BS here on the list recently????