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Author Topic: The position of the moon affects magnet motors  (Read 4322 times)

Offline cheesefighter

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The position of the moon affects magnet motors
« on: January 08, 2008, 12:57:46 PM »
I have been experimenting with repulsion magnet engines for awhile and have observed that at midnight they lapse in  power. Has anyone noticed this?   

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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2008, 05:23:17 PM »
That's the dreaded Cinderella effect......another one of the many obstacles to a viable magnet motor. ;D ;D ;D

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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
« Reply #2 on: January 08, 2008, 05:47:52 PM »
I have noticed this effect every day...
My motor works great during the day by charging it's own primary battery but when I come back in the morning I find it has lost ground????
Example: Yesterday, after making adjustments, my battery was reading 12.33 and after abut 4 hours it was up to 12.36. I left it on all night and when I came in this morning it went back to 12.33!!!!
Now, after 2 hrs, it is back up to 12.36. Only two differences.., lights were off and it was nighttime.
Guess what I'm saying is that this motor/generator only works during the day?
I'm just going to leave it run (4 days now) and monitor.. Just noticed it has now made it it to 12.37. Sure is strange and have no answer except to say I'll leave the lights on tonight to eliminate that variable.

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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
« Reply #2 on: January 08, 2008, 05:47:52 PM »
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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
« Reply #3 on: January 08, 2008, 06:20:48 PM »
I have been experimenting with repulsion magnet engines for awhile and have observed that at midnight they lapse in  power. Has anyone noticed this?   

Hi,

I recall strange behavior from Floyd Sweet's VTA device, see the text below quoted from rexresearch page, from this link: http://www.rexresearch.com/sweet/1nothing.htm

One frustrating aspect of the VTA has been its failures, evidenced by the output voltage slowly decaying to zero over a few seconds or minutes. There also have been spontaneous instances of the voltage rising above 120 VRMS as observed by the increased lamp load bank brightness. The volt meters, ammeter, and power meter did not correlate with the brightness change except when the machine would the fail to produce any power.

Many times the VTA was normally left on powering a lamp load bank 24 hours a day. During a period of time when it appeared to be functioning properly all day long, Floyd got up at 3:00 AM to go to the bathroom. As he walked past the room where the VTA was located, he noticed that the lights appeared dim. He measured the voltage at 70 VRMS. Being tired at the moment, he returned to bed. The next morning when he rose, the voltage was back to the  normal 120 VRMS and stayed there all day. The next night Floyd got up at 4:30 AM. The voltage was measured at 85 VRMS. Floyd returned to bed. The voltage was normal the entire next day.

A possible clue to this anomaly has appeared in an article by E.W. Silvertooth titled 'Motion Through The Ether' where Silver tooth describes a dual path laser interferometer experiment that conclusively demonstrated the presence of an ether that flows through our portion of the universe at greater than the speed of light with its vector in the direction of the constellation Leo. Floyd's VTA may be orientation sensitive to this ether velocity vector.

Would like to ask: when you experience 'the lapse in power' ,  does it occur just at exactly midnight or sometime during the night?  You happen to have a thorough reason to suspect the position of the Moon is somehow connected with the phenomena?
And what does the 'lapse in power' exactly mean? Could you describe it with other words, together maybe with some typical data.  Answers to these (and many other) questions will certainly help to solve your observation sooner or later.

Thanks,  Gyula

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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
« Reply #4 on: January 08, 2008, 06:42:32 PM »
I have been experimenting with repulsion magnet engines for awhile and have observed that at midnight they lapse in  power. Has anyone noticed this?   

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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
« Reply #4 on: January 08, 2008, 06:42:32 PM »
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Offline hansvonlieven

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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
« Reply #5 on: January 08, 2008, 09:51:13 PM »
We know about the diurnal effect, but pardon the question, how does the moon get into this??

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Offline Ren

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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
« Reply #6 on: January 08, 2008, 10:51:59 PM »
Casman, have you taken into account that your battery will fluctuate in voltage due to temperature alone?

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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
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Offline shruggedatlas

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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
« Reply #7 on: January 09, 2008, 01:54:27 AM »
I have been experimenting with repulsion magnet engines for awhile and have observed that at midnight they lapse in  power. Has anyone noticed this?   

What does midnight have to do with the moon's position?  Did you perhaps mean the magnets lapse in power when the moon is more visible?  If so, how?  The magnets do not have optical sensors, or do they?

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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
« Reply #8 on: January 11, 2008, 04:55:49 PM »
Pulled from another thread:

The vortextral balancing act of what an atomic structure is, ie, Oscillating 2-D planar field interactions of 'vortex in-vortex out'..to create the 3-D universe of the given resultant vectors and all the components of this 'world'.....this balanced dual vortex, in equilibrium, requires brute force and/or resonance to break it (gyroscopic equilibrium), but localized attempts at bleeding energy off the 2-d field interaction balancing act, may not be all that fruitful, unless this vortex consideration is understood and taken into account. The vortexes in balance are fed from outside their localized areas, as they exist due to Oscillating 2-D planar field interaction. Which is why it is difficult to get them off balance and why the energy levels observed are so high (how much is released, or how much required to break) when they are cracked into being off balance.

If one fully analyzes all known phenomena, of any kind -real or suspected-  they all fit the Oscillating 2-D planar field model. Up to and including all aspects of multi-dimensionality and all observed psychic phenomena. Eg, the unidirectional characteristic of time, in this 'dimension', due to only having access to the outer spin component, for the most part. If you analyze that for a second, you can see how probability exists (additive-interactive vectoral possibilities) , but the past is determined and stable.

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Aether, in other words.

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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
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Re: The position of the moon affects magnet motors
« Reply #9 on: January 11, 2008, 04:56:33 PM »
-Duplicate. Again, dammit.

 

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