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Author Topic: tinkering with old microwave ovens... magnetic repulsion, positronic flow?  (Read 4575 times)

Offline Gizmo42.8khz

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often times I dream things, then find the science and mathematics to back it up.  for it's worth, intuition and creativity often come before the prototypes do.  So, here's a shout out out to all fellow inventor's; hope it sparks some good ideas and models. 

Perhaps we should give a little thought and experimentation to positronic flow, rather than electron flow. 

another tidbit is this... it's fun to take the magnets out of old microwaves and computer hard drives.  a friend of mine said it quite simply...  "all we need is a moving magnetic field that has no friction from mechanical parts... Ie: the rotors and "bearings" themselves are magnetic..." 

although this post is indeed choppy and incomplete; I hope it may spark experimentation.

also, crushed quartz, and ferromagnetic dust suspended in a vacuum, with a rotating magnetic field produces promising results... my thought is to balance the centrifigal force (like, spin the dust in a tube or sphere) so that the dust wants to cling to the outside of the tube, but then use magnets to pull it in, so that it balances into the vacuum as a cloud of even proportions...   then experiment with sonic, luminous, and/or electronic pulses to hit the resonant frequency of the chamber...perhaps a low temperature plasma-like cloud could be created...

again, my apologies for being all over the map...   but there may be some gems in there among all the rambling =)