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### Author Topic: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?  (Read 51802 times)

#### sm0ky2

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##### Re: Is anyone seriously interested in Free Energy Physics?
« Reply #120 on: February 24, 2017, 08:29:56 PM »
In spite of I am new in this thread, i am seriously interested in Free Energy Physics spec of solid states.
After several years research I believe that OU phenomenon can occur in non linear systems only.
IMO main equation of magneto dynamics is Phi=LI. Because of non/linear behavior of ferromagnetic materials this equation is
Phi=L(i)*I(L) as we see on our oscilloscopes also.
So we can this equation rewrite to Phi(t)=L(t)*I(t).
We all knows (I believe) that by Faraday law inducted EMF = -dPhi/dt = -Phi'
Further we can make derivation of Phi'= L(t)*I(t)'+ I(t)*L(t)'
and we see, we have possibilities to modify behavior of our circuits during increasing Phi and decreasing one.
IMO this is way to OU.

Does this imply that inductance changes with current, such that the product of the two
is always: 1.6180339887?