--- "Dave N." <dnarby@...
> | There are some very strange things that can be
> | with large magnetic air core fields to exhibit
> | magnetic compression. The pricinple alone shows
> that a
> | magnet can be driven continuallly around its axis
> | coils that never change polarity, but it is
> | that the compression coils themselves must shut
> | during half of the revolution.
> | What more can one say? HDN
> Quite possibly a whole lot! Do you have a picture
> of this setup posted somewhere?
> Best always,
> Dave N.
Sorry do not have one, only a taping made in 94. This
was loaded to files as mpeg at
10th one down. However only 8 of the 21 seconds loaded
appears to have got there, so it is rather useless.
Everytime I have tried loading this, only a third of
what was sent gets there, so that was my last try at
wasting time in that category. Basically there are 4
field coils, but the strongest torque happens when the
magnet sweeps the side coils, not the polar coils as
would be expected. The 4 field coils are the same 80
lb 23 gauge coils I have used for other explorations,
so that assembly has been dismantled long ago. I might
be able to send the file over the internet itself, but
it wont go to this Yahoo site without most of it
becoming deleted. HDN
Tesla Research Group; Pioneering the Applications of Interphasal Resonances http://groups.yahoo.com/group/teslafy/
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