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Old 07-04-2019, 02:57 AM
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Take Two

All you super smart boys who think they know and no time for the bench
time to look at these pages. One of many, plz explain.

Conclusion and Discussion

VIII. It has been suggested by the late Professor Eric Laithwaite that there must
exist an active spin-induced force and a spin-induced inductance, both of which
remain unrecognized in classical mechanics.


https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283225757_Magnetic_Repulsion_and_the_Gyroscopic_Fo rce

The consequence of confusing the situation by the introduction of a rotating
frame of reference is that there prevails a further misinformed belief that the
centrifugal force is merely a product of the rotation of the frame of reference
itself rather than a product of the absolute rotation of the particle relative to the
inertial frame. The latter error leads to the bizarre notion that a particle at rest,
when observed from a rotating frame of reference, experiences a fictitious
outward centrifugal force in the radial direction, even though circular motion
can only induce transverse artefacts. This discrepancy is then patched up with
an even more bizarre argument involving a radial Coriolis force. The argument
runs that since the stationary object, as observed from the rotating frame of
reference, is seen due to its inertia to trace out a circular path, there must exist a
fictitious centripetal force acting upon it which can be justified as being the
resultant of the outward radial fictitious centrifugal force and an inward radial
fictitious Coriolis force.


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There was force, there was time, but there was NO distance. Just because the wall didn't move doesn't mean you did not do any work. I'm pretty sure after a few hours of that, you would agree that work was done. Or not.
They are not going to comment on any questioned posed to them just like
are unable to address the fundamental design laid out flawlessly. All
they do is quote out of specific 200 year old confused so called SCIENCE?
books as it is easy to pick and chose text for defense. It's all about
"I TOLD YA SO" "I AM MR. RIGHT" the schools are full of these.

Like John B. always said it is not science that is being taught today it is
"HERE ARE THE ANSWERS SAY THAT AND YOU WILL PASS"

Most of the students are in a state of exhaustion in their teen years
from public school brainwashing schedules of overwhelming floods
of garbage that is confusing and or untrue. As the text book evolve or
morph anyway the controllers determine.

In science, chemistry and physics there are many conflicts and everybody
talks about in the universities yet we are all suppose to gulp it all down
like GOSPEL.

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The consequence of confusing the situation by the introduction of a rotating
frame of reference is that there prevails a further misinformed belief that the
centrifugal force is merely a product of the rotation of the frame of reference
itself rather than a product of the absolute rotation of the particle relative to the
inertial frame. The latter error leads to the bizarre notion that a particle at rest,
when observed from a rotating frame of reference, experiences a fictitious
outward centrifugal force in the radial direction, even though circular motion
can only induce transverse artefacts. This discrepancy is then patched up with
an even more bizarre argument involving a radial Coriolis force. The argument
runs that since the stationary object, as observed from the rotating frame of
reference, is seen due to its inertia to trace out a circular path, there must exist a
fictitious centripetal force acting upon it which can be justified as being the
resultant of the outward radial fictitious centrifugal force and an inward radial
fictitious Coriolis force.

While this is clearly wrong mathematically as well as being arrant nonsense
in its own right, this is the argument which is nevertheless used in modern
physics in order to mask the fact that both the centrifugal force and the Coriolis
force are real forces


End of story flawed yuppy targeted science
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And bi, if you are saying no energy is required to move past the sticky point, which is what you APPEAR to be saying, I would argue, just for the fun of it, that the definition of work may be incorrect. It is defined as force over distance, as you said. I would argue that it is force over time. You cannot move a distance without the elapse of time. Work, however, can be done with no movement over distance. ...
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Nope, that is not what I said.

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Likely not many will buy this explanation, but there it is.
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Turion,

Like I said ^^^. I am not surprised that you do not accept classic physics. Why start now, right? You are very wrong. How wide is a point in space?

If you're interested in the truth, please visit a physics discussion forum, talk to a physics professor or read a book on it. History here shows you'll never believe me.

I wanted to see some more tests before appearing to draw a conclusion. But wtf. Did not Sky's recent test support what I've been saying and provide evidence towards proof that you are wrong?

I'm not getting dragged into a big argument here. You say you need to see it on your bench to believe it. Run the test like Sky did. Explain why it does not take less power to turn the rotor with the magnetic neutralization at speed.

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I am not surprised that you do not accept classic physics. Why start now, right? You are very wrong. please visit a physics discussion forum, talk to a physics professor or read a book on it.

I'm not getting dragged into a big argument here.

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Discussion? Dragging into an argument? You don't even know the material.
Classical Physics is flawed many times over and your answer is
READ A BOOK? Plz
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Old 07-04-2019, 01:24 PM
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... Will try and get the rest of the data I wanted. I did shoot a video,but put the camera down while I put coils in the machine and forgot to record the rpm with the coils in place, so just need to start over in the morning.
BTW, did you get a chance to get that data? Will you share it?

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Exactly the right thinking, what about inertia, what about gravity, how
about momentum? You can't talk pull in and pull out = 0. These guys
are rambling, keep going Dave.

it's the same ole hat, the electrical freaks ONLY focus on charge and
the physics guys TALK about forces and each group thinks this stuff
exists in a world all buy itself when the project is submersed in all of
it, including what we can't explain and create cute little formula for.

You want TAKE TWO? Naw they don't want take two, just build it and
quite generalizing you sound helpless. Shouldn't work? And it does.
The cure for overcoming these forces was developed back in the 1800's. I talked briefly on this in the last couple posts... no one read them with intentions of learning anything I suppose and yes, Mikey, I am an electronic/physics "freak". Because of those "freaks" from the past and present we have the ability to do all sorts of cool stuff today... I enjoy learning from them so I don't make needless mistakes. Your a good builder Mikey and I respect that, there is no need to be disrespectful to those that are skeptical. Simple answers to questions would go much farther than bursts of sarcasm, disrespect and name calling.

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Breaking magnetic lock

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bi, ... With no magnets in place my big machine pulls over 100 amps to break the magnetic lock ...
Hi Turion,

I often wonder why this is such a concern. It only happens on start up. With your generator producing a kilowatt or two of free energy, why turn it off? Just give the rotor a push by hand to get it going and leave it run for a couple of years, or forever.

That question comes to mind every time I see one of those fake videos where the actors are starting up their free energy generator. Why was it off? And often, it runs for a few minutes, and then they turn it off. Why turn it off?

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Your generator

I was referring to "your generator" in general, not specific to the first prototypes, you know, after you get the bugs worked out.
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The cure for overcoming these forces was developed back in the 1800's. ...yes, Mikey, I am an electronic/physics "freak".
...there is no need to be disrespectful to those that are skeptical... bursts of sarcasm, disrespect and name calling.
Don't try to correct me for your unwillingness to address the criteria.
Grown men should not pout. Anyway glad you are a thinker just do
some more of it and you will see that the stuff we were taught is
flawed. I don't like it anymore than you do so better go back and
fix what is broken. Don't blame me for your inabilities to stop the
"POLLY WANT A CRACKER" parroting of old flawed science for the
super genius.
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With two 16” wrenches on nuts at each end of the rotor shaft I can barely break the magnetic lock when no opposition magnets are in place.

Why turn my machine off? . How many times do I have to say that before you get it? With the magnets in place it only draws 12 amps.



Bi is a clown, clowns do not concern themselves with specific criteria
because this is not the goal. Clowns just clown around, jump all over
scatter brain like adding confusion.

Thanks for the repeats Dave I always enjoy them, they are almost sacred.


Happy 4th guys no hard feelings over view points hear?
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The generator is crap. I have no more time for this.
Yes it is amazing to me when I go back and look at some of my beginnings
and see how poorly the construction tolerances were and this all takes
time and money to order parts install, test.

Plastic (some) can warp on you, cores get misaligned, platforms
twist. This is why I am looking at composite material sheeting.
Otherwise 4" of shock resistance chopping block board, that won't
move. And a 1" OR 1 1/8" Shaft with comparable bearing set to
keep "end play" within 1 thousandths of and inch.

For those who are not mechanics "END PLAY" is the travel of the shaft
end to end. Excessive "end play" can be due to wear and in the
case of a new set of bearings if "end play" exceeds the tolerance
it may be that the bearings are cheap made or to small.

After running the machine 5 hours poor designs suffer "end play"
that is a danger if the magnet eventually strikes the core material.

Dave knows all this. Good mechanical design takes effort.
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Hi Turion,

Are you going to post that data?

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... Will try and get the rest of the data I wanted. I did shoot a video,but put the camera down while I put coils in the machine and forgot to record the rpm with the coils in place, so just need to start over in the morning.

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BTW, did you get a chance to get that data? Will you share it?

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Hi all, found some energy to wind the 26 strand, 24awg. coil onto the bobbin, seems to fit fine.
Will be marking all the wires next and wiring them to terminals for testing soon.
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Hi all, found some energy to wind the 26 strand, 24awg. coil onto the bobbin, seems to fit fine.
Will be marking all the wires next and wiring them to terminals for testing soon.
peace love light


Nice work Sky, great progress from a bold person.
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Sky,
How long is each strand?
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Hi bromikey, nice work and nice coil
you have going there.

I finished my first coil, I integrated the other 12 strand coil I had,
though that means I had to make the strand length shorter.
Specs:
26 strand multifilar coil
110 feet per strand
24awg. magnet wire
46 ounces of copper

I think this is the right post.
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My coil: 24 strands of #23 each 125 feet long = 4.62 lbs of copper per coil

Sky's coil: 26 strands of #24 each 110 feet long = 3.497 pounds

That's .75% as much copper. Sky, I have NO IDEA if you will see the speed up under load effect or not with your coil at 1800 rpm, 2800 rpm, or if it will have to be FASTER.

Dave
Also in an earlier post Sky and I talked about this and I suggested that
may need to settle for 2 channels of 12 strands a piece. This would give
him a double channel with each circuit having a satisfactory amount of
wire and possibly run at 3000 rpm's because with the small rotors it
seems it takes a higher rpm than the 12" rotor which travels so much
faster.

He is going to try 12 strands of 110' which is 12 X 110 = 1300' so
his circuit will have 300 feet more than your circuit which is 4 X 250' or
the other build of 8 X 125' = 1000' Also.

He wants to see if this coil will speed up under load as a beginning then
later he may build a better machine. This was all discussed early in the
thread.

Although I am wondering if 3 circuits give an exponential increase over
2 circuits of a 1000'? Just wondering if it must be 3 circuits of a 1000'
to get more.


Note: I have been following your design for 6 years and it was only
recently that it became clear to me about there being 3 chennels so
now I know.
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Hi all, Hi bromikey, nice work and nice coil you have going there.

I finished my first coil, I integrated the other 12 strand coil I had, though that means I had to make the strand length shorter.
Specs:
26 strand multifilar coil
110 feet per strand
24awg. magnet wire
46 ounces of copper

Might be good, will continue working on project.
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Is this the correct winding information?
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Hi all, Hi bromikey, yes that is correct and the other information you gave is also correct.

Hi turion, thanks for sharing the information again, hope it's at least lenz neutral at a reasonable rpm.

Have been cleaning the wire ends today and applying masking tape to each wire for continuity checking and marking.
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Been there. Done that. Glad to see you are
seeing this through. You won’t be sorry.

Sounds like you have agreed with our plan. So it doesn't HAVE to be
3 circuits. Well I know that from my first one only had one channel
and it sped up under load

Good to see everyone out today making the rounds
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Well I'm pretty excited about Sky's build even tho his motor is
probably overkill he will be able to hold on to this setup for a testing
platform to see what coils do what. He seems to be working at break
neck speed winding so many coils and spitting out a new rotor like
it's popcorn

The cancellation on his rig is working great too. Yes Sky I could tell
the difference in the two video's when you started up. The video with
the magnet in repulsion does make it smoother and quicker, I mean
why not the opposition magnet is 85% cancelling, you can see it. AND
if you want to see it even more remove the belt so you are not fighting
the drag on the drive motor. Maybe you did that?

I made that mistake in video showing how easy the rotor moved while
the belt was on and the cogging from the PMM was engaging. But still
even a belt has irregularities.

it's gonna be awesome to see someone go public in video form with
all the details. GO SKYWATCHER!!!
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My coil: 24 strands of #23 each 125 feet long = 4.62 lbs of copper per coil

Sky's coil: 26 strands of #24 each 110 feet long = 3.497 pounds

That's .75% as much copper. Sky, I have NO IDEA if you will see the speed up under load effect or not with your coil at 1800 rpm, 2800 rpm, or if it will have to be FASTER.

Dave
Turion, Sky,

What is the most important factor of coil design? In other words, what attribute of the generator coil most affects its performance? It is the number of turns, or turns per coil. A figure seldom mentioned by you. Sure, it is vaguely related to the total wire length, or mass and gauge, and/or size of coil, but not in an absolute manner.

In your post you say there is a 25% difference in copper mass and infer that may cause a considerable difference in performance between the two coils.

Turion's coil has 25% more copper.
Sky's coil has 8.3% more strands. (26 vs 24)
Turion's coil has 13.6% longer strands. (125' vs 110')
Sky's coil uses wire with 20.8% less cross sectional area. (#24 vs #23)
Sky's coil will have less average length of wire per turn than Turion's coil. (3 to 8%, SWAG)
Resulting turns per coil (T/c), Sky's vs Turion's, -2/+4%.

Without knowing the exact coil dimensions it is impossible to accurately calculate the number of turns. It is a lot easier to count the turns as it is wound. Most every other coil winder, mechanical or human, does this.

Of course the RPM or frequency, the core material, the gap distance, number of magnets and strength of the magnets will all influence the results.

Good luck Sky. Please measure and post the AC power when you install the coil, and then as you load the coil.

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Looked like a good test

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Sky is running an AC motor not on batteries, but on wall power. His rotors are nothing like mine, nor are his magnets anywhere near the same, but this is a close enough replication for YOU to use the data to refute my conclusions. How scientific of you. It is just the kind of thing I would expect from you.
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... I put 3 coils on my machine this morning and only saw the amp draw go up .7 amps
...
Magnetic neutralization didn't appear to function on your machine either. I was waiting for additional tests and data. Didn't seem forthcoming so I summed up what was given. Notice I called it evidence, not conclusive proof. But it does support what I told you like a year ago. Cogging is a non-factor at speed. So methods to eliminate cogging are unlikely to produce results at speed.

As far as Sky's test goes, he neutralized cogging (mostly, pretty much eliminating magnetic lock-up), and it made no difference in input power to the motor turning the generator rotor at speed. Why does it matter, the source AC or DC, orientation of rotor magnets, or difference in the magnets? Let's look at more data on your machine.

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What is the most important factor of coil design?
Turion's coil has 25% more copper.

Of course the RPM or frequency, the core material, the gap distance, number of magnets and strength of the magnets will all influence the results.

Good luck Sky. Please measure and post the AC power when you install the coil, and then as you load the coil.

Regards,

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Sky can see right thru you Bi


Ac coils

Wrong answer BI. As is normal you are trading apples for oranges as we
always say when mixing old science with the new.

First of all we need to focus on what the end result is. OVER UNITY is
the end of a properly designed generator head. You need enough mass
to do this yet to speed up under a loaded coil all you need is somewhere
between 1200' and 1300' for 29awg and the same for 25awg all
depending on gap and how big the magnets are or the amount of
flux.

BUT IN GENERAL we don't want the 1300' we want 1000' Why?
We could go up to 2000' and the speed up under load will run while.
this is so much fun to watch but offers less generated power because
a bunch of the energy in the coil is being used to lower the drive input.

What Dave is saying is that he builds his coil to neither speed up nor
does it slow the rotor down. WHY? Because he wants the maximum
electrical power possible for that wire.

Thru the long years of winding many dozens if not hundreds of coils
only to remove some wire or use a lower number of strands Dave
found the happy medium. Dave found that 1000' of series connected
strands gave the most output.

1000' is a measurement made using 23awg wire and 60lb magnets on
a 12" rotor. A person may use a smaller rotor and weaker magnets
and still get speed up or achieve the lenz free state but be at a higher
rpm. Instead of 2800rpm it may take 3500 rpm's

Weak magnets still work but generator less current and if you use
3000rpm's on an 8" rotor you may need the 1300' to reach the
null point. NULL not speed up.
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Let me continue by giving everyone an example of one machine I
have upstairs. The coil is 60 oz with the big fat iron "C" core. This
puts the copper much less because the iron core is 3/4" X 3/4" with
the "C" at 3" X 4" X 3" a fairly weighty piece of grain oriented electrical
steel.

The magnets are 50 plus pulling power. The rotor 10" The wire spool
holds 24 strands of number 29awg wire with each strand measuring
170' each.

I am not using magnetic cancellation on this rig so it is a beast to get
it started, in fact a burnt up an AC induction motor starting it as it
needed 5.5amps at 120vac to get her up and running. After start up
or while running the amp draw was lower and yet again dropped by
using a Variac to bring down the voltage.

So on this generator head I used a clutch from off of a chainsaw to
slip start it up. This saved my motor. I have set the stage so I can
show you the results of my coils testing.

READY?

I found my favorite gap and number of strands to be dramatic in
video. After start up is out of the way the drive motor runs at 85vac
and 2.38 amps and coil is open circuit so 202 watts of drive power is
needed to hurl the 20 magnets of 50lbs each past two 3/4" blocks of
core. Lots of drag.

I found 17 strands connected in series to be the most exciting for
that puny wire size max rated in coils at 100ma. At 2890' or 17 X 170
I could power a 5 watt led light at 3 watts of real power and at the same
time get the drive watts to drop to 85vac and 1.87amps = 159 wats.

This is a 43 watt drive input savings or 202 - 159 = 43 watt savings.

The rpm's wer already at 3000 before speed up and went much much
higher when the coil is engaged. This is for a single coil not 10-12 coils.

In this case the focus is on the energy stored in the coil magnetically
that is set to be released at TDC (Top Dead Center) This shows just
how effective coils can be to assist rotor action.

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Now let us talk about the same rig in the previous post using or
stopping at the correct number of strands so as not to be sensational
but to generate without any speed up and more importantly with any
slow down of the rotor. Now I could make a video of that but who
would be the wiser?

What would I need to do? Well first I would need to explain that today
the generators all slow down the rotor when power is drawn so a governor
is used to raise the throttle up to maintain rpm's like rider mower does
in tall grass.

Did you see it? Yup, it went right over you heads.

Anyway I get 220vac at 50ma using 6 strands or 6 X 170' = 1020"
just like Dave said. This is 11 watts of real power using an Ohmite
resistor block then times that by 4 gives 44 watts or 4 channels using a
24 strand coil which is what mine is.

Or if you so desire to add a strand you can balance between current
output and drive motor assisting. Take your pick.

This is the null, a place where the rotor does not speed up nor slow down.

Thane Heins has shown both setups in his video's.


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Old 07-10-2019, 12:35 AM
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Hi all, Hi bromikey, thanks for the positive encouragement and thanks for sharing all the good information, do enjoy reading your posts.

And thanks for sharing all that you share and have shared turion, without your sharing, I would probably not be working on this project.

Been working on the coil, have one 13 strand power channel marked, wired and ready to go, need to finish the other 13 strand power channel.
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Hi... do enjoy reading your posts.

And thanks for sharing all that you share and have shared turion,
Looks like another excellent build, better than shooting in the dark.
Thx 4 the pat on the head. Just keep going and you will be in shock
all day long in the weeks to come, knowing what you will see is the
key to further success.

You know what would be really cool? If that arm that that holds the
repulsion magnet could be pivoted out of the way and then back again
to show the difference with and without. Also i learned that using a
repulsion magnet on an angle (Mine is a long cylinder) did the cancellation
and once it got past TDC the rotor got a big push. Something to ponder.

The MADMACK wheel I built last winter is showing me things at slow
speeds, like 20rmp's. Maybe later.

Also I looked hard and found the dual terminal connector strips that use
a miniature watch screw driver. You know like the connectors on a
circuit board that are ofter green. Makes for a much more compact
wiring layout. Phoenix makes some, they are very tiny holes with hardly
any space between them.

Right now I am using the huge strips like you are.I'll find them
and post it later.
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For those who still want to argue that magnetic neutralization is worth nothing:

werjefelt

Scroll down to the info on the "Magnetic Battery" (3rd entry down, but the FIRST entry is also worth reading) and read to your heart's content. These are the principles I applied to the generator I built. Specifically figure 9.

This is the original patent on the use of magnetic neutralization that I read BEFORE the idea was brought to this forum. Which is why, when it WAS brought here by MadMac, I supported it. Still do. Always will.

Dave
Hi Turion,

Yep, saw that a while back. A quote from the linked article.
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A representative of the Sumitomo Corporation who visited Werjefelt's manufacturing facility said that the invention could be "the most important discovery this century."
Which century was that? 29 years ago. Didn't pan out there did it Turion? You should pick better ideas to copy. Losers like Werjefelt or MadMack have nothing that works.

BTW, I still think MadMack had some connection to https://ie.energy/earth_engine.html
A bunch of losers.

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Hi all, hi bromikey, thanks for the positive words, the magnet arm can pivot out of the way.

Sounds like the minato wheel, angled magnets giving propulsion, tested that also in the past.

Stopped at the local surplus store and found these 3 terminal, euro style connector strips. 25cents a piece, good deal, just glued enough together on stick, they are much nicer.

Hi turion, thanks for sharing the information.
No argument here, as this project only has one core so far, so that is not conclusive of anything.

Besides, I AM not here to disprove anything, just experiment and hopefully get similar results as you, though will be lower power of course.

Here is both power channels wired up and ready to go.
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