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37809Re: [free_energy] electrical generation

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  • Kirk McLoren
    Jul 16, 2014
      induced voltage is proportional to flux cut and rate of flux cut. If windings buck each other then output is minimal.
       



      On Tuesday, July 15, 2014 2:07 AM, "PAMELA NEIL pamela.neil@... [free_energy]" <free_energy-noreply@yahoogroups.com> wrote:


       
      If a coil is made, by winding insulated copper wire, around a cardboard(?) former, and is then 'flattened out', so that the formers' insides', touch each
      other, so a magnet cannot pass through it, and if one (1) end of a magnet (N?) passed closely by (outside), one (1) side of this flattened coil, would
      electricity still be generated --------------- even if only one (1) pole is used?
      Thanks,
      BILL.


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