HDR - Hyper Dimensional Resonator invented by Steven Gibbs

HDR built by Steven Gibbs in August 2005.

Photographs of the interior regions of a Hyper Dimensional Resonator (HDR) invented by Steven L. Gibbs.

This design does not incorporate the latest advances in HDR technology which include a flat bifiliar winding (Caduceus Coil) 7.8 centimeters in length, as well as changes to the witness well, and a new type of capacitor used in conjunction with the stabilizer.

The new HDR Caduceus coil on 2005 models is 7.8 centimeters in length in contrast to the old Caduceus coil which was 8.1 and spiral. Steven Gibbs says that this new flat bifiliar winding (Caduceus Coil) will make the Hyper Dimensional Resonator even more powerful. I believe that this modification will alter the resonant frequency of the Hyper Dimensional Resonator - HDR.

Evenso, the unit above is a state-of-the-art HDR machine circa 2003.

It incorporates a 15K resistor instead of a 10K resistor, as well as six rectifier diodes instead of two.

HDR - Hyper Dimensional Resonator built by Steven L. Gibbs circa 2003

Hyper Dimensional Resonator (HDR) built by Steven Gibbs in 2003
uses the old 8.2 centimeter caduceus coil.

Take a look inside and you can see all the components, including the two 50K potentiometers, the 15K carbon resistor, the 1K blue capacitor, the six silicon rectified diodes, the witness well, and of course the disk-like caduceus coil. Supposedly the caduceus coil generates scalar waves making all this possible.

I am currently using Steven Gibbs HDR for radionics experiments.

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