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Mechanical free energy devices => mechanic => Topic started by: forest on February 12, 2009, 07:24:24 PM

Title: Crazy theory about permanent magnets
Post by: forest on February 12, 2009, 07:24:24 PM
I have a little crazy theory about magnets.

In my opinion inside permanent magnets there is stationary current of electrons in quantum wave state (rotating in ring stationary wave). That is possible only because Earth magnetic field is removed from inside of permanent magnets by a process of preparing it, and the properties of material allow for many such electron rings rotated by Coriolis force because they are not bound by Earth gravitation now and magnetic field. So permanent magnet is a source of magnetic field because Earth magnetic field is continously trying to "get inside" and is condensed around magnet. !

Sound crazy I know but don't forget about it .... The same process Steven Mark used in TPU and many other inventors in their free energy devices.

That also mean that there are many ways to turn off the magnet : for example by changing its structure or by allowing Earth magnetic field to flow across internal of magnet for a moment (that convert electron rings into normal current dissipated as heat inside magnet and turn off completly field of magnet). I'm glad I finnaly got that theory quite complete.
Title: Re: Crazy theory about permanent magnets
Post by: TechStuf on February 12, 2009, 08:37:37 PM
If I understand you correctly, then an NdFeB magnet sent to the moon, would experience a loss in field strength until nearing the moon?  It seems plausible that the moon keeps one face to us as a result of a parasitic and asymmetric ferro-magnetic field orientation, however, the idea of a PM requiring condensed input from the earth field seems at odds with the observable characteristics of PMs.  I do believe, based upon observation, that a common dipole is a closed loop system in that field lines emanate from both poles rather than the accepted notion of emanation solely from the N pole to the S pole.  An obvious flaw that enjoys repetition for not so obvious reasons.  Imagine for a moment, a massive Halbach array style EM pulse or other some such highly asymmetric field pulse.  The magnetic energies being released absolutely dwarf the earth's field strength.  Study the Magnetic Beam Amplifier by Bushman at Lockheed....

It is the very small tip of a very large ice berg.


TS
Title: Re: Crazy theory about permanent magnets
Post by: forest on February 12, 2009, 09:39:08 PM
If I understand you correctly, then an NdFeB magnet sent to the moon, would experience a loss in field strength until nearing the moon?  It seems plausible that the moon keeps one face to us as a result of a parasitic and asymmetric ferro-magnetic field orientation, however, the idea of a PM requiring condensed input from the earth field seems at odds with the observable characteristics of PMs.  I do believe, based upon observation, that a common dipole is a closed loop system in that field lines emanate from both poles rather than the accepted notion of emanation solely from the N pole to the S pole.  An obvious flaw that enjoys repetition for not so obvious reasons.  Imagine for a moment, a massive Halbach array style EM pulse or other some such highly asymmetric field pulse.  The magnetic energies being released absolutely dwarf the earth's field strength.  Study the Magnetic Beam Amplifier by Bushman at Lockheed....

It is the very small tip of a very large ice berg.


TS

It's only a theory or rather hypothesis. I'm looking for the information if permanent magnets were tested outside of the Earth magnetosphere to disprove it Earth magnetic field could be condensed around magnet or spinning electron vortexex could produce that increased magnetic field .