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Offline Newton II

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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #30 on: January 26, 2018, 10:44:48 AM »
For you, my only suggestion is to debunk it using your laws of science.[/font][/size]

Read that quote again.  When inventor himself has said that it is fake what is there to debunk? The working principle will be known if someone opens and sees the box and batteries etc.

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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #31 on: January 26, 2018, 11:28:22 AM »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEOit3ff4Hg


 
Just make a hole on the track to let the metal ball drop before it becomes attracted by the upper end of the rail.



This is the same thing in a different set-up.
To give a more simplified perspective
the ball does not spin in this demo,
and there is only one magnetic array.
this is the north, but the south one does the same thing.


When both are employed, the force is increased.
with precision, two like fields can be used, adding another field compression dynamic.


https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=cRVZ3aGxAdk

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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #32 on: January 26, 2018, 10:50:07 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEOit3ff4Hg


 
Just make a hole on the track to let the metal ball drop before it becomes attracted by the upper end of the rail.


Yes, that is one possible solution, the problems one encounters are in the return path.
1) in most conditions, the vertical drop is further than the incline the ball first took.
2) if the return path moves the ball underneath the array, you have the opposite side
of the magnets acting on the ball.


Both of these conditions must be avoided.


1) the drop-out path must not exceed the minimum necessary to leave the field.
    (when I say “must”, what I really mean is you can’t waste too much gravitational
      potential energy or you fail)
2) the return path should go completely around the field and enter only from the starting
position. Any unnecessary field interactions may deduct from the balls velocity, or accelerate
it in an inappropriate direction.


I am traveling across country right now but I will try to make more videos soon.


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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #33 on: January 28, 2018, 04:35:32 PM »
In my next demo, I show a Type-2 staircase smot


I only have one array in this demo, for reasons which
I will try to explain.
 (with the right magnets, multiple arrays can be linked,
   however, this is not indefinite, it will run out of energy,
   after some number of arrays)


The drastic increase in field strength reduces the end-of-track
velocity. This is a decrease in momentum, and therefore a decrease
in available energy to enter the next array.
(I call the SMOT an ‘array’, because a magnetic gate designation is
   reserved for the double-smot array)
A magnetic gate, such as the HJ linear gate, or the Tri-force technology,
is formed from two smot-type interactions, but the functional process is
the same. (gradient in magnetic field intensity over a distance)


The main difference between a “gate” and a SMOT (or SMT) is the driving
magnetic field. In a gate the moving field is a permanent magnet, and as
such, the field strength decreases only with distance.
In a SMOT the moving field is inductive, and field strength decreases
exponentially faster with increasing distance. Simply put, the induced field
in the paramagnetic material decreases with distance, as does the field
interactions themselves.


Now, with the Type-2 staircase smot: the field is additively increased by
additional number of magnets in each ‘step’ of the staircase.
This is coupled with the exponential increase with decreasing distance,
as the ball moves through the array.
This results in a great field intensity at the end of the array, which pulls
the ball back in.


For those of you following along with your own experiments, you can observe
this by extending the track beyond the end of the field.
The ball will travel some distance, then pull back to the last ‘step’ of the array.


For this reason, the Type-2 staircase smot requires the additional input of energy
from a drop in gravitational potential.
Eventually, this decrease in height will prevent access to the starting point.
(despite the apparent ability to roll uphill)


As we move onto the Type-1 (precision controlled) staircase smot, the disadvantages of
the Type-2 staircase will become more clear.


The reason I prefer the Type1, is that the field strength of each step is relatively the same.
We are only changing the distances, and therefore have more precise control over the
inductive interactions. And by doing so, remove more of the deceleration at the end of
each array.


I will add the link to the Type-2 demo as soon as YT is done processing the video.




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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #34 on: January 28, 2018, 05:50:51 PM »
Type-2 staircase SMT demo


https://youtu.be/jXdKWbbICpE


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I was asked “why” am I taking you through all of this
non-working stuff, instead of just showing you a looped smot.


If I just made a video, and no one understands how it works,
and how it Doesn’t work.....  people will be left with confusion.
You could say that I have some hidden power source, or a midget
under my table moving a magnet around.


People would try to replicate the effect without the necessary knowledge.
and fail.
And they won’t know why they failed.


The way I chose to present this leaves little to the imagination, and allows
anyone to replicate the desired conditions under a wide range of designs.


and when they fail, they will have an understanding of why, and be able to
make the appropriate adjustments to bring their device into working order.


So, those who already know this stuff, will have to bear with my slow and
boring process, for the sake of those who do not.


And hopefully when we get to the end, everyone will be on the same page.
I think this process will eliminate much of the conjecture and false assumptions
that surround magnetic interactions.


More importantly, everyone will be able to do these things themselves.
(plus, there’s a cheeseburger at stake)






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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #35 on: January 28, 2018, 07:18:34 PM »
I want to talk about gravity for a moment, because the field potentials are very similar.


The main difference is, that for the induced potential to exceed the inducing potential,
magnetism requires a function of time, and gravity requires a function of time^2


in a “gravity assist” maneuver, or the “sling-shot” that NASA’s Voyager spacecraft uses,
the craft achieves its’ time constant from two sources of motion. (Time^2)
first is the motion of the gravity source (planet moving through space) m/s
the second is the acceleration force of the gravity. (m/s/s)
the craft has a relative velocity compared to the planet. (m/s)


This means the motion of the planet used here is not an absolute velocity, in space,
but a relative velocity compared to the craft.


It can also be said that one is moving, and the other is stationary. (the 3 equations are the same)


so we have a relative velocity in one vector, and an acceleration in another.
the combined vectored acceleration forms an arc-path, which has a decreasing distance,
followed by an increasing distance. When distance is decreasing the craft is accelerating,
when distance is increasing the craft is decelerating. (like the smot or magnetic gate)


Gravity (like a symmetrical magnetic field) is conservative.
this means that both sides of the arc-path impart equal but opposite magnitudes of
acceleration to the craft. It speeds up just as much as it slows down.
Because the craft and planet have a relative velocity, the source of the gravity is “moving”.
(with respect to the craft)
this causes a change in distance over time (m/s).
so the relative velocity is added to the gravitational acceleration while distance is decreasing,
and subtracted from the gravitational acceleration while distance is decreasing.
(because of the changes in field strength over distance, like magnetism)
This occurs over some amount of time, and so we divide T back out, and we are left with
a final velocity (m/s) that is greater than the initial velocity.
(relative to the orbital axis of the planet)


The relative angular velocity between planet and craft does not change in magnitude.
but only in vector.
The displacement distance between them changes as a function of the square root of the
sum of the square of the vectored velocity. (angular pythagorism)
This defines the “speed” that the craft is leaving the orbital system.
There is a distinction between speed, and absolute velocity in this type of system.
So we see here, that we do not actually change velocity, but instead change the speed
of displacement, by changing relative vectors between craft and acceleration force (gravity).


This is exactly what occurs in the smot, or magnetic gate.
(the motion is linear, but vectored acceleration is angular)


But this is where we separate the two.
The force of field interactions is defined as:
F= [u0 * qm1 * qm2]/ 4(pi)r^2
Where r is the distance between the two centers of magnetic force.
this assumes certain symmetry of the magnets themselves, so if you
are playing with individually assymetrical magnets you need a more
complex equation (Gilbert may serve your purpose)


Note here that qm2 (being paramagnetic not magnetic) includes the
magnetic inductive constant, which also decreases force with distance)
So we have an acceleration approaching infinity at r=0,
and an acceleration approaching 0 as r= some effective radius of the field.


This works in both directions like gravity, the change in acceleration is the same
heading towards as heading away, but of opposite sign.
But note that unlike gravity, there is no time in the equation.
Only distance.
The derivation of the velocity gives the acceleration, and the derivative of
the acceleration gives the magnetic field.
Here we see that magnetism is synonymous to time in the gravity model.


We can prove this by setting the magnetic equations up in the way we do
gravity.
Then we have m/s/(delta)T or meters per second per change in Teslas.


Or, if you prefer: meters per second per change in Gauss/10000


By this analysis, we can prove mathematically,
that the “magnetic assist maneuver” is possible.


NASA already knows this, but the information has not yet made its way into
the acedemic theories of magnetism.











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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #36 on: January 28, 2018, 07:23:21 PM »
by incorporating assymetry into the field dynamics, we can increase the acceleration effects.


We see here, that assymetry changes the relative velocity, while the assist function
changes the “speed” of displacement.


Both of these functions are used in the SMT.
Assymetry is not necessary, as can be shown with the 1 magnetic field example.


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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #37 on: February 02, 2018, 01:32:16 AM »
In my next video, I will demonstrate that the smot
Is 1/2 of the Howard Johnson linear gate.


as well as the relative position to the diamagnetic inertial plane
(as ken Wheeler calls it)
which is the perpendicular dielectric plane found at the center of
a dipole field.
The magnetic center, which is only located at the physical center,
when the field is symmetrical.


The actual location of this plane is the center of magnetic force.
when the field is stronger on one side of the magnet, the location
is not at the physical center.


The reason the SMT uses opposing fields, rather than like fields,
is due to the inductive field attraction or repulsion to the dielectric plane.


Using 2 like fields, the ball is attracted to the dielectric plane.
Using 2 opposing fields, the ball is attracted to a point equidistant from
the faces of the two magnets.


Accompanying this demonstration, I will also sketch a few field diagrams
comparing the different magnetic interactions, and describe what is occurring.


For those following along with your own experiments, I apologize for the delay
I had to recently travel, and did not have all my resources with me.




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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #38 on: February 02, 2018, 02:33:52 PM »

sm0ky2 said

In my next video, I will demonstrate that
the smot Is 1/2 of the Howard Johnson linear gate.



Sure would be nice to shed some light on
 the Howard Johnson linear gate.

Norman

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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #39 on: February 02, 2018, 03:02:55 PM »
Ingenious experiment!  Liked it very much.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0QkKgcumfc

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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #40 on: February 02, 2018, 03:49:34 PM »


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0QkKgcumfc   yes it is very interesting but

why does that ball at 6 oclock stay there? is a magnet holding it there?

and notice how little turning it takes to get the balls to continue going.

it reminds me of the chalkalis whee/penduluml that gets a boost from 10 to noon to
keep it going..

Norman
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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #41 on: February 02, 2018, 09:43:11 PM »
Yes, the magnet directly below the 6-o’clock magnet


Those two are locked.


Kinetic energy is transferred like Newton’s Cradle
Except in the gauss cannon, you have to change the position
of the incoming ball.


You can move it manually, but you can also use other methods
to reset the cannon automatically.


You can use steel balls and 1 magnet to lock one of them
Or several spherical neos




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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #42 on: February 05, 2018, 02:58:57 AM »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6JBYUykDls

Why that plate has to be tilted?  Why the ball is not coming out from already inclined plate?

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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #43 on: February 05, 2018, 07:09:13 AM »
when we tilts the tray, the ball from the center rolls out
so it can be reused


But also notice the peg on the launcher
That comes up through the hole when he tilts it
The peg pushes the magnet free and it rolls on
the track to the starting position


this is to reset the gauss cannon


each time a ball goes in, it sticks to the front
peg breaks it free and it moves to the back




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Re: Successfully looped SMOT
« Reply #44 on: February 06, 2018, 04:28:54 PM »
You don't believe ?!?!    :-[

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYxEIyNA_mk


Stone wheel quarry sales person spotting the SMOT hamster:

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