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  • hanon1492
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    Rectangle N ?
    Rectangle S ?



    Figuera nevers used the words "north" or "south" in his 1908 patent. It is important to realize of this fact.

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  • hanon1492
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    SCALARBEAMER. Two magnets in repulsion

    SCALARBEAMER

    See how both fields oscillate. Collision and movement back and forth.

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  • jegz
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    Opposite polarity coils

    This video seems to corroborate Hanon's claims of having opposing magnetic fields...he gives interesting and anomalous observations...please forward to 1 hr 16 minutes in the video

    [VIDEO]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKPjMnZO3TY[/VIDEO]

    jegz

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  • hanon1492
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    Some users in ou forum seems to go for a two sets device , instead of just a single set, stating that both sets have some kind of mutual interaction and a multiplying effect appears





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  • Vinyasi
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    Wow. This reminds me of William Lyne's description of....

    Originally posted by hanon1492 View Post
    This is for lazy people who dislike to see the whole video of 13 min. This is a summary of just 2 min.


    Keep off this link if you think that "rectangle N" means North and "rectangle S" means South:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2qwR6yNe58



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    ...Tesla's Special Generator in which compressed air from liquefied air tanks drove a reciprocating piston no more than a sixteenth of an inch to fuel an Electro-U Boat during WWII 30k miles without a recharge and for every pound of iron added to the device, some horsepower was added. Hmmm. I'm no electronics expert, but maybe the reciprocating movement of your proposed magnetic field looks similar to Lyne's description? Hmmm. Maybe this is too simplistic a viewpoint to be of any use?

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