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Old 07-09-2017, 08:43 PM
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Originally Posted by telemachus View Post
Yes, it looks like the Rodin coil circuit created a scalar wave that circulates in a tornado shape, and lingers in the glass bowl, even after the circuit is turned off. Absolutely amazing.
The video at least partly validates the information in the PDF

The PDF is basically an extract from a book by Bill Donavan. On Page 127 in the PDF (which is itself 41 pages long beginning with page 120 after 3 pages of introduction by Dan Winters).

Yes, there's a vortex in the bowl. The magnetic vortex is in the glass itself because it is a dielectric.
Page 127.

Under the subheading:
"Electric/Dielectric Combinations"
"A non-magnetic body will be components of/or magnetic particles when a magnetic field is imposed; i.e. an attraction. Finally, a magnetic field will exist in a dielectric after/ when an induced field changes, or is no longer imposed. So it may be assumed that an intense magnetic field is the one force which is capable of externally affecting the dielectric molecular axis change."

"The molecular phenomenon may occur ‘only’ in a dielectric mass, and not in a metal. The magnetic conduction proportional to field depth with a strength sufficient to dislodge ions eliminates metals (exception: Bismuth) due to skin affect. The dielectric conduction of one hundred percent of imposed fields “throughout” the mass allows the ‘total’ mass to be involved, eliminating skin affect. So, it will affect all crystalline lattice structures (therefore metals affected), however the optimum solution for maximum effect of this phenomenon may reside within the electrical characteristics of dielectrics."

Magnetic Induction Currents

"Magnetic induction postulated as a solenoidal induction throughout the field in the interior of the mass (all points equal) can occur in a dielectric, but not in a metal. Magnetostriction of dielectrics: there is an expansion of mass proportional to the induced strains (internal) to release pressure. This is a known, accepted phenomenon. There are ‘diamagnetic’ currents induced in the same crystal (opposite to magnetic) about which little is known, but which has been photographed at Gallimore Labs. Such currents are always found in ‘stressed masses’."
Jerry G. Gallimore

Now the question is what's sustaining the vortex at a distance while the coil is on? I think this idea goes back to the St. Clair patents and hyperspace or counter-space.

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