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Author Topic: Jerry Bayles and the "Unified Field Theory".  (Read 4577 times)

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Re: Jerry Bayles and the "Unified Field Theory".
« Reply #30 on: May 12, 2017, 03:29:38 PM »
So far I've had little success detecting a magnetic wind from my diametric neo tube attached to the axle of a wash tub pump motor, largely because the R.P.M.'s are very low.

Here's a video from Tinselkoala spinning a sphere magnet on it's polar axis with a degaussing coil: This pole orientation would project the "A" vector to the sides!

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"Nope. It's the degaussing coil from an old monitor, and it's driven by a symmetrical square wave from the FG at about 40 Hz.  The "secret" is in the orientation of the coil".

This approach has the potential to accelerate the neo sphere to very high R.P.M.:

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Re: Jerry Bayles and the "Unified Field Theory".
« Reply #31 on: May 12, 2017, 05:12:04 PM »
At 1:36 the pyrolytic levitated magnets are spun with an air jet from a soda straw. "A" vector spiral sideways:


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