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just a little info from: Floyd Sweet VTA-SQM thread

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Originally Posted by AetherScientist View Post
Can someone post information about the special characteristics that Sweet's magnets had?
found the following , hope this helps (heat is a way of exciting the atoms )

from: Site:LRP:Tom Bearden Remembers Walter Rosenthal & Floyd Sweet - PESWiki

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Hi Les,

"Walt was a professional electrical test engineer, and a darn good one, who made his living in aerospace etc. doing professional electrical and electronic testing, for many years.

He was completely competent (far better than 99% of the present BS level EEs in the overunity field). As one example, Sweet had great difficulty in activating his barium ferrite magnets so the VTA process could occur. Walt designed and built Sweet a professional "discharge control, activation unit" which made the initiation process happen with precision. Only a few of the barium ferrite magnets could be activated anyway (Sweet used surplus audio barium ferrite magnets, and he could only get about 1 in 30 to activate). Sweet did a pre-screening of each magnet with a field meter and probe, going over the surface of the magnet, bit by bit, with precision. If the surface field intensity had abrupt changes in little areas of 8% or so, then that magnet would not hold activation longer than a few seconds. The smoother and more uniform the magnetic field, the better


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much greater precision and with far less effort. These magnets then would also hold the self-oscillation induced in the barium nucleus by the activation process.

As you know, the EM forces inside a nucleus are extraordinarily powerful. So with self-oscillation established in such powerful fields, right at their source, this led to an oscillating magnetic field in the magnet itself. For an activated magnet, one could stand a little piece of shim stock on it, and the shim stock would wave continuously to and fro, fanning the air and producing work steadily. In other words, one could demonstrate an actual working "free energy system" just by placing a simple piece of shim stock on one of Sweet’s activated magnets.

Sweet also usually "pre-heated" the selected barium ferrite magnet to be activated, so as to soften its domains and ease the initiation of self-oscillation in the nuclei.

The fact that barium ferrite is a dielectric was also important; Sweet could not find any other kind of bulk permanent magnet that would take the activation. Walt frequently pointed out the importance of the dielectric aspects of the magnet. I personally thought of it this way: In an insulator, there is a severe limitation on any stray electric currents. Hence in the dielectric magnet, Sweet had a material that had the absolute minimum of stray electric currents internally. It seems that in ordinary magnets such currents simply kill the activation almost instantly.

Today, of course, self-oscillation of magnetic materials in thin film materials is well-known and there is quite a literature on it. But it is still a great step to go from thin film self-oscillation to the self-oscillation of the entire field of a permanent magnet.
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So with self-oscillation established in such powerful fields, right at their source, this led to an oscillating magnetic field in the magnet itself. For an activated magnet, one could stand a little piece of shim stock on it, and the shim stock would wave continuously to and fro, fanning the air
it is also called a Standing Wave:



---------------------------------------------- anisotropy again

here is why some of his magnets worked and others did not ( not all Barium Magnet are equal )

Magnetocrystalline anisotropy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Magnetocrystalline anisotropy is the dependence of the internal energy of a ferromagnet on the direction of its magnetization. As a result, certain crystallographic directions are preferred directions, or easy axes, for the magnetization. It is a special case of magnetic anisotropy. The spin-orbit interaction is the primary source of the magnetocrystalline anisotropy.

Magnetocrystalline anisotropy determines whether a magnetic material can be made into a good hard magnet, a good soft magnet or neither. Hard magnets are an essential component of electromagnetic motors and soft magnets are an essential component of transformers.


he must have been looking for a sweet spot that combined the soft magnet properties and the hard magnet properties



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COHERENCE AT ANY LEVEL IS COHERENCE AT ALL LEVELS.
An orderly arrangement between wave lengths establishes a connection between frequencies and fields. But for this connection to last, it must resonate to all frequencies and fields. This can only be accomplished through the resonate structure of golden mean pathways. a harmonic cascade effect


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