Cascading MaGrav Design
A 9 years old child teaching installation of MaGravs in a cascade
This is how I understand the installation proposal:
- plug the first multi-plug bar into a wall outlet close to the electrical entrance
- plug the second MaGrav together with other charges into the bar
- the second Magrav has another multi-plug bar at the exit, in which the first Magrav and other charges are plugged
- the first Magrav has also a multi-plug bar at the exit in which the fridge and other charges are plugged
You have to remember that Magravs do discharge their energy upstream, that’s why the second comes before the first Magrav in the schematic. What’s not mentioned in the schematic is that the neutral and the ground wires are running past all Magravs from one multi-plug bar to the next.
Magrav in your home
In a conventional house we usually find 3 types of loads: high resistive (heating), low resistive (lights) and inductive (household appliances). The circuits in the electrical panel are divided into these three types. Normally we connect the Magrav to the fridge and receive a 30% saving; if we add another Magrav to the lighting network, we can expect a saving of 90-100% during the summer, but in winter we use a lot of heavy resistances (heaters, kettle, etc.); these devices do not easily connected to the plasma.
In addition, there is another difficulty: the new generation of smart electricity meters (alias “polluting meter”) means that we cannot read the current consumption, but the harmonised consumption of the previous year – to know the results, we have to wait one more year!
A similar situation occurs with car magravs – there is no reduction in fuel consumption, as cars are equipped with an on-board computer that does not allow any fuel reduction above 20% (courtecy of the petroleum industry’s collusion with the car industry). If we could bypass the on-board computers, we would have saved 70-80%. However, their system cannot block the car’s friction loss and way to drive; here’s another possible way out: we can talk to the Magrav and ask him to find an arrangement with the on-board computer so that he stops slowing down the fuel economy.