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Author Topic: Magnetic 'Lens'  (Read 28362 times)

Offline SuperCaviTationIstic

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Re: Magnetic 'Lens'
« Reply #30 on: December 29, 2010, 10:51:56 PM »
http://www.totalizm.org.pl/1_4e_pdf/14e_11.pdf

find the "telepathic telescope" thing in this.  It's actually something I thought up too.  Basically take a nightvision scope and add 2 magnets, one on either end, with the same polarity facing in.  You'll prevent rotationally polarized light from moving through it and only accept direct rays! The charge carriers that are bumped around because of the light hitting them (it's just a photomultiplier tube) try to spin one way, and then are forced to spin the other, but they don't want to, so only ones going straight make it through. same deal if you just make a polarizing glass lens with 2 opposite but equal spirals as the etches.  one clockwise and one counterclockwise, with the same center point. The interference patter on the glass forms a pyramid (prism) at each intersection of the spirals.  These ways are how I believe Royal Rife saw the microorganisms, and how classical astronomers were able to see the cities on other planets which they drew and wrote about.....

Offline DreamThinkBuild

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Re: Magnetic 'Lens'
« Reply #31 on: January 07, 2011, 08:57:40 PM »
Hi All,

Just got a linear Hall effect sensor (UGN3503) up and running and went back and forth over the beam. I put the scope on 1s time scale and it looks exactly like a Gaussian beam.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaussian_beam

Anyone have any ideas on how to focus a magnetic field?

Hi Truesearch,

I haven't tried the wheel yet but I think if you could focus the beam narrower then you can start doing some really interesting things. Imagine a generator that just has a magnetic lens that moves in and out of the beam into a pickup coil.

Offline tak22

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Re: Magnetic 'Lens'
« Reply #32 on: January 07, 2011, 09:01:27 PM »
Have either of you had any time to play with this "magnetic-beam" experiment anymore?
truesearch

I've acquired the ferrous focuser and determined it's worth pursuing, so next step is to
drill and tap it for mounting the magnet array. Soon.

tak

Offline truesearch

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Re: Magnetic 'Lens'
« Reply #33 on: January 07, 2011, 09:35:35 PM »
To all:

Sounds like encouraging progress! I'm looking forward to where this takes us.  ;D

@DreamThinkBuild
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Anyone have any ideas on how to focus a magnetic field?

I'm not sure that this will be helpful or not. . . . It seems to me that this array is a 3-d Halbach-Array (sort of). Using ViziMag (which is only 2d) I've experimented a little and got the following interesting result. It's a simply 5-magnet Halbach with a soft-metal "flux-shield" around one end.

Offline truesearch

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Re: Magnetic 'Lens'
« Reply #34 on: January 18, 2011, 06:58:16 PM »
@tak22:

How's your experiment going? Anything you care to show us yet?

trueseach

Offline exnihiloest

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Re: Magnetic 'Lens'
« Reply #35 on: January 19, 2011, 10:08:51 AM »

What would be the interest of a magnetic lens?

To obtain a particular topological pattern of the magnetic field doesn't help. Field lines are looped and we can't neither modulate the flux along the field lines nor break the loops: they expand from and around the magnetic source, nothing is flowing along the lines.
The only problem to deal with for FE is that the flux is conservative. A lens won't change anything.