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Author Topic: De Palma was wrong?  (Read 3476 times)

Offline Neo-X

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De Palma was wrong?
« on: August 18, 2014, 08:08:24 AM »
I thought a conductor attached to the magnet can never be act as a motor but in the this video you can see that it was wrong. Or maybe because of the inverted polarity in white region of the magnet?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbfTgGEtzg0&list=PL2pWqclOdz0V33K6yuC51qjKsxS-MMwUL

Offline MarkE

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Re: De Palma was wrong?
« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2014, 08:30:56 AM »
Big motor / little motor.  When they are oriented the same direction it doesn't matter which is stronger.

Offline TinselKoala

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Re: De Palma was wrong?
« Reply #2 on: August 19, 2014, 11:50:22 AM »
Nononooo.... that is actually a _great_ demonstration. It combines the Faraday homopolar dynamo with the Marinov Siberian Coliu !! I have not been so excited about a YT demonstration since... well, since my own last one. But never mind: The presenter is just one or two simple steps away from demonstrating something so interesting and unique that most people don't believe it _can_ happen, much less right there on a tabletop. Something that _really_ looks like it violates Newton. Something so strange that most people wouldn't even think to test for it, as evidently the presenter has not.

But yes, big motor drags little motor, that's well and good. Just one or two more steps though...

Offline tinman

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Re: De Palma was wrong?
« Reply #3 on: August 19, 2014, 03:47:13 PM »
Nononooo.... that is actually a _great_ demonstration. It combines the Faraday homopolar dynamo with the Marinov Siberian Coliu !! I have not been so excited about a YT demonstration since... well, since my own last one. But never mind: The presenter is just one or two simple steps away from demonstrating something so interesting and unique that most people don't believe it _can_ happen, much less right there on a tabletop. Something that _really_ looks like it violates Newton. Something so strange that most people wouldn't even think to test for it, as evidently the presenter has not.

But yes, big motor drags little motor, that's well and good. Just one or two more steps though...
Do share TK