I built the bajak flux capacitor

brian jj

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and i believe it actually works. there is a unique arrangement of piezo element and capacitor which is crucial.
I tested it with two clocks. both of them mostly synchronized. Put one of the clocks in front of the peizo and tuned the knobs. didn't notice anything right away but a few hours later after the clock was removed i notice that the time was retarded by atleast a second and a half.
 

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Can you show pictures of finished device? Really curious how it looks like.
 

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and i believe it actually works. there is a unique arrangement of piezo element and capacitor which is crucial.
I tested it with two clocks. both of them mostly synchronized. Put one of the clocks in front of the peizo and tuned the knobs. didn't notice anything right away but a few hours later after the clock was removed i notice that the time was retarded by atleast a second and a half.
thats because the vibrational frequency of the piezo is affecting the clock , it would be good to know if your clock are wound up or quartz electronic
 

brian jj

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they are quartz. i forgot to mention that. the effect is not immediate its like the clocks retain some sort of time dialation as a charge.
 

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they are quartz. i forgot to mention that. the effect is not immediate its like the clocks retain some sort of time dialation as a charge.
When i made mine many many years ago all i felt was some little diziness from the high picth of me using an actual piezzo buzzer, but when i use a piezzo, there wasnt much else
 

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the problem with the bajack capacitor was the pezio element listed on the bajack site it dosent include the driver so i googled around and could not find one for that piezo element listed with its part number so unless you try using one with a built in driver you may get lucky bajack never mentioned enough details on the piezo to try get it built like his so if you find details how to make one it dosent give you a pezio with driver only one without it so your stuck there i used a pezio with built in driver for those car reversing pezio alarm transducers got something a strange reality change i experienced at night but couldn't see much in the dark and i used capacitors to make the exact value mentioned in the bajack capacitor file
 

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the problem with the bajack capacitor was the pezio element listed on the bajack site it dosent include the driver so i googled around and could not find one for that piezo element listed with its part number so unless you try using one with a built in driver you may get lucky bajack never mentioned enough details on the piezo to try get it built like his so if you find details how to make one it dosent give you a pezio with driver only one without it so your stuck there i used a pezio with built in driver for those car reversing pezio alarm transducers got something a strange reality change i experienced at night but couldn't see much in the dark and i used capacitors to make the exact value mentioned in the bajack capacitor file
Like everyone else I too built one with a built in piezo buzzer. But the plans do not use a piezo buzzer type. Did anyone build one according to the plans? I believe I initially breadboarded one together using the plans. I do recall hearing a click sound during tuning. Wasn't that click sound mentioned in the initial description?
 

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Is the piezo buzzer some form of esoteric acoustic noise, that turns a part of the human mind into a time-travelling vehicle?..
Or is it just a normal noise that thousands of people around the world hear, that alerts you when someone has arrived outside your front door and merely wants your attention? :rolleyes:..
 

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The piezo buzzer type that I used just made a high pitched very loud sound when turned on. I got a good scolding by my cat who disapproved very vocally.
 

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i made 5 of these device and they never turn out anything except headaches, i think the idea of the piezo would be more of an audio tone generator,
 
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