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Offline projectunity

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Something missing
« on: June 17, 2008, 09:40:47 AM »
As a new member I would like to put my two cents worth into the mix.

A number of people are into magnetic motors.....with the idea that the magnets will in fact produce a motor capable of doing work, which is fine but.......and its one hell of a big but.

Is this how nature functions?  No, because you don't see too many magnetic motors spinning through space.

The earth is a magnet as is the sun and the moon, but no magnetic motor as such.

Has anyone considered using a series of magnets to duplicate the structure of the earth?

In this respect the magnets would form a frame, a conductive frame allowing the magnetic field to be focused to a central point, where the horizontal and vertical angle of the frame determined an underlying differential in potential energy associated with the enclosed structure housing the magnetic frame.

In that this is an enclosed structure allowing for the internal and external dynamics to be in balance it could function independent of the earth's field, whereby the magnetic frame could affect both lift and thrust.

Perhaps this is less than an adequate explanation, but the point of the idea is to get us beyond the concept of zap and spin, which as interesting as it is, does not allow for an anti-gravitational effect applicable to an aerospace system.

Any feedback?   

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Something missing
« on: June 17, 2008, 09:40:47 AM »

Offline greendoor

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Re: Something missing
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2008, 05:27:49 AM »
I tend to agree.  Think about Flemings Left Hand Rule. 

If we have a current carrying conductor in a stationary magnetic field, we get a thrust in a specific direction. 

If we line a bunch of permanent magnets in a row we get a linear motor.
If we arrange a bunch of permanent magnets in a circle we get a rotary motor.

The magnetic field around a current carrying conductor is static - this is about DC electricity, not AC.

Therefore - if we could model the static magnetic field surrounding a current carrying conductor with permanent magnets, and place this into another static magnetic field - then we have a permanent magnet motor.

I saw a design many years ago that required special magnets designed to model the shape of the field around a current carrying conductor.  AFAIK this was a working device that has been supressed.

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Re: Something missing
« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2008, 05:32:25 AM »

That's what we get.........suppression, but only if it works.

I have heard from a number of independent sources that there is a secret physics which is not intended for public consumption......which leaves the majority of us with our linear based perception of universe.

Therefore our perception of a magnetic motor is skewed in that it corresponds to our existing perception of universe.

If we dismiss electromagnetism and gravity as being themselves actual forces and view them as dynamic responses to a single underlying force they take on a whole new appearance.

And we might exclaim........good grief, no wonder we haven't found a common link between the two!  We've been viewing them as two separate forces and neither of them are an actual force unto itself.

Yes, but if we could understand this underlying force and learn to modulate it we could control both electromagnetism and gravity with one button or knob..........yikes, will wonders never cease?

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Re: Something missing
« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2008, 05:32:25 AM »
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