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I like to improve myself and things I find :) Learning new things every day is next to impossible but I still try - only a working brain can work. I have no special sector to cover, electronics, electrical stuff, 3D printing, restoring old clocks and furniture. Whatever sounds interesting I try it. In my spare time I love to fly big kites, go fishing or simply go bush in 4WD to find a good fishing spot. Active spam fighter!

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  • Downunder35m commented on Downunder35m's instructable Air Powered Spinning Top5 days ago
    Air Powered Spinning Top

    Added another download link as it seems still next to impossible to embed links directly into Instructables.

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  • Downunder35m commented on Downunder35m's instructable Air Powered Spinning Top7 days ago
    Air Powered Spinning Top

    The file downloads and unpacks correctly here.Might I suggest to try the download again and if in doubt to use a different program to unpack the files?Zip files should be directly supported by most operating systems, so you should also be able to open the Zip directly with the Windows Explorer for example.

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  • Downunder35m commented on Downunder35m's forum topic Split Tesla coils anyone?!8 days ago

    For me it is not abut big sparks as they are just wasted energy.We already use wireless charging for ages but I would like to go back to more reach and more efficieny.Well, the later more in terms of what power can be taken from the system at a distance, not so much to be able to get 100% of the energy out I put in to run it ;)

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  • Downunder35m commented on Downunder35m's forum topic Split Tesla coils anyone?!17 days ago

    There wouldn't be an easy to use simulator for electromagnetic coils available?Something as simple as entering coil diameter, wire spacing, number of turns/layers so you get a visualisation of the magnetic field?

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  • Downunder35m commented on Downunder35m's forum topic Split Tesla coils anyone?!18 days ago

    Hey! I thought you wouldn't be here anymore :)But no, let me try to explain:A standard Tesla coil has one primary with just a few turns and one secondary with 700 - 1500 turns.What I would like to do is to split the secondary coil into two seperate coils.Resulting in a shorter secondary than the normal type plus another secondary with about the same diamter as the primary coil.The big secondary is grounded on one side and the other coneects to the second secondary.If in doubt check the drawing from patent number 119782 belonging to Nikola tesla.Only difference would be that my second or inner secondary would be more like a barrel and not long as in the patent.

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  • Downunder35m commented on Downunder35m's instructable 369 - Parity - Yin and Yang26 days ago
    369 - Parity - Yin and Yang

    Food for thought for all who like the decimal parity and computers.The hex value of 124875 in the RGB space equals to18 72 117 for red, green, blue.1+8=97+2=91+1+7=9Funny how the parity sequence as a hexadecimal value translates in decimal parity from RGB values to a 9 for all colors.Can you explain it "easier" using "normal math?

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  • Downunder35m commented on Downunder35m's instructable 369 - Parity - Yin and Yang26 days ago
    369 - Parity - Yin and Yang

    Added bonus: The "real" speed of light:Collecting thoughts today... For example what would happen if someone says there is a really direct link between the speed of light and our common microwave ovens, or WiFi?Crazy right...Ok, what do we know?Speed of light = 299792458Frequency of microwave and old style WiFi = 2400Mhz or 2.4 GhzAnd we have the sequence from our decimal parity line or evolution itself.124875So what would happen if someone is crazy enough to devide the speed of light by the parity sequence?299792458 / 124875 = 2400,7404044044044044044044044044Pretty damn close if you ask me to be just a coincidence...But not close enough.Same for calulating our common meter based on the speed of light, we need complex formulas to do it.But we do and because we "know"...

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    Added bonus: The "real" speed of light:Collecting thoughts today... For example what would happen if someone says there is a really direct link between the speed of light and our common microwave ovens, or WiFi?Crazy right...Ok, what do we know?Speed of light = 299792458Frequency of microwave and old style WiFi = 2400Mhz or 2.4 GhzAnd we have the sequence from our decimal parity line or evolution itself.124875So what would happen if someone is crazy enough to devide the speed of light by the parity sequence?299792458 / 124875 = 2400,7404044044044044044044044044Pretty damn close if you ask me to be just a coincidence...But not close enough.Same for calulating our common meter based on the speed of light, we need complex formulas to do it.But we do and because we "know" the speed of light....So what if the same guys who came up with the microwave in the first place knew the speed of light would not be 299792458?After all there is always some little error when trying to really measure something that fast.And as nasa and the guy from the weatherforcast say: A little error can accumulate....But what if Teslas math could show the real speed of light?And also why our decimal and imperial math work so great.Anyone half way familiar with Tesla work or the studies from the university of Belgrade will agree his magnifying transformer magnifies big time.According to some smart professors by a factor of about 300000 if we would ignore losses.So lets play with that for a second and while doing so we wonder why the microwave or wifi is short for 2400 or 2.4...300000 * 124875 = 299700000 much easier to handle than the original we all know.2+9+9+7=273*9=27And if we use the opposite of our 9 in the circle, 4.5:6*4.5=27Bloody damn smooth if you ask me....And very good trick to mix the right numbers into the last 5 digits so the entire world has the wrong base for everything we need to get to the stars with accuracy.So just another coincidence that 299700000/124875=2400Or 2997000/124875=243*3+6+9=24(3*3+6+9)*124875=CEinstein should have said E=m*89820090000000000 to be fully precise in just our normal math system.But then again he might have messed up the mass too if we trust Newton and the real speed of light now...Anyway we "see" the light now ;)

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  • X96 (S905x) Android TV Box - Updating the Firmware and Costom Roms

    Are you talking about system apps, pre-installed apps or apps that you installed?Chinese vendors don't care too much about copyrights and compatibility.So if you update something that came with the box there is alvails a chance it will fail.On some boxes you have a chinese "playstore" installed - this is often the only place to find updates to programs that came with it.

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  • X96 (S905x) Android TV Box - Updating the Firmware and Costom Roms

    M96X is not a compatible box as evident by the firmware.The X96 runs still on Android 6.You would need a genuine firmware for your box as mine won't be of any help.

    No clue what you mean by compatible, so please elaborate.If no reset button inside the AV port than I doubt the box is a genuine X96, maybe a clone, maybe a totally different beast.

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  • X96 (S905x) Android TV Box - Updating the Firmware and Costom Roms

    Did you use a genuine X96 with 2GB for this or just any TV box that happened to have a X96 somewhere on it?Did you follow the instructions?

    Still working on the "new" update, so for the time being it is down to what is available here - not that I could see any real improvements or changes on the "new" firmware.

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