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The John Bajak Flux Capacitor

Discussion in 'Time Machines and Experiments' started by tuvok50, Oct 19, 2010.

  1. tuvok50

    tuvok50 Junior Member

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    Has anyone heard of the John Bajak Flux capacitor? I"ve made a few versions over the years and believe it or not it works!
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    I've heard the Bajak name but haven't seen that text file before (attaching it for future reference).

    What exactly does this machine do? It obviously can't make your PHYSICALLY time travel...

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    tuvok50 Junior Member

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    the device somehow slows down and speeds up time as perceived by a clock and by biological beings
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    yeah something like that
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    Do you have to be sitting down or can you be running around?
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    my experiements have consisted of just pointing the device at a clock and then wait and see how it changes time compared to another clock
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    Tuvok, did you build exactly Bajak's device, or did you create your own device, sort of ?

    I added the flux cap schematics to the site's content: http://paranormalis.com/pages/bajak/

    What kind of experiments did you work on to see that the FC can slow time for a biological being ? I remember a few years ago, I almost built a Flux Cap out of this text file, but I didn't have time to do so. I understand that by some means it might slow down a clock, but I don't understand yet how it could truly slow down time from a person's point of view. This device is so simple, would it be that easy ?

    I should build one when I have some time, it'd be awesome to test it for real.
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    The electromagnetic fields can and will mess with the timing mechanism in analog watches... Have you tried it with a digital watch?
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    I totally agree with that, but does it truly affect time, or just the watch's mechanism ?
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    My experiments were done with digital watches. Yes it's amazing how simple the device is (and it's from the mind of a so called "mentally ill" person). I've made the exact version and my own versions both yielding results. The reason I say it effects biological entities is because I've tested it on myself while sleeping.....when it's set a future mode I always woke up earlier than usual.......when it's set to past mode I woke up later than usual
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    Tuvok, have you done any experiments with the Flux Cap recently ?

    Seriously, do you think I should build one myself to test it out ? I mean, it looks way easier to build from scratch than an HDR, right ? It should be a good start as a test device. If I ever want to go further, I might build the HDR. I said I would build one last summer, but I didn't... Let's see.

    What do you think ?
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    Hey Numen, Yeah I think you should build the flux cap....it's fun to build and experiment with. Let me know if you need my help.
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    As we discussed the Flux Capacitor a bit in our last community event, I'm going to resurrect this old thread and post some old information that appeared on the net some 14 years ago. Back then on a site called Amasci The Science Hobbyist, the very site on which the original Flux Cap text document is and has always been hosted, a user called Blake Bowyer posted a few very interesting message on the old "Experiments" page. Here it is, so that you can have an idea what kind of experiment and results he come up with.
    There are a lot of other experiences involving the Flux Cap on the page the message above came from:
    Report your Unusual Phenomena: experiment reports

    Blake's story dates from 1998, but the second message from this college student is far more recent, it's from 2007. I don't remember reading it back then.
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    Numenorean7;
    Did you ever try to build this thing? It's a very simple looking device. I've breadboarded many a little device back in the 70's but I have long since gotten rid of all my equipment. Too bad or I could tell you how it works. I don't even have an ohm meter anymore. My son got my last one. I know I had all of those components in my storage cabinets back then. That schematic wouldn't take 10 mins to build. If someone does build it posting a video of it operating would be cool.
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    Wow, thanks for posting this Num. I forgot to follow up on this after our skype chat. Unfortunately, I don't have the necessary electronics background, nor time to even try and build John's Fluxcap :)

    In regards to Blake's experience, the only thing he mentions is that the watch time was different. To me, it does not provide time bending proof as the watch time is also altered by the HDR, which I have done myself. I wonder if Blake reported any other experiences?
    Is there a site for this?
    The second one is really interesting!! Would like to read more on it.
  18. Num7

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    Hmm. You may click on the link I provided above and search for keywords, that would allow you to read all stories related to the Flux Cap appearing on that page.

    It thought about building one a while ago but never got to do it. Maybe I'll build one when I have a bit more time available for such projects. :)
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    I looked at the text file and from what I can see there is nothing about that circuit that proves interesting. In fact it looks like a basic circuit nothing special about it.
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