Magnetism Misunderstood

Let’s break the mold.  We need to.  Because if we don’t break the mold we will never advance.

So every one, I want you to read along with me:  We do not know everything about magnetism.  There.  Now don’t you feel better?  I sure do.  Now let’s forge ahead.

Every one knows that passing copper wires or coils past magnets induces electricity.  It’s how electricity is made.

This is where our knowledge stops.  Oh sure, we have mathematized every angle of this model and can tell you exactly how many copper wires to pass by exactly which magnets to give you an exact idea of how many volts and amps to expect.  I mean, that is pretty smart.  But it’s only based on this model.

If we could find exactly what part of the magnet, or which property of the magnet that causes the electrical induction, then we might be able to come up with a completely different model.

For example sake – lets say that a magnet has three wave types.

If only one of the wave types is the one that induces electricity, then we really don’t need the other two types.  In fact, ii’s been suggested by some scholars that the other two might even counter-react the good one, giving us lesser potency of electricity.

(Image provided by Ken Wheeler.)

So perhaps we don’t need to pass the “entire” magnet past the copper wires.  Maybe we only need to get the good wave to pass by the wires on it’s own.  That would mean that fossil fuels would no longer be needed to turn generators.  The eco-system would be saved.  And we could avoid pumping harmful carbon elements into the air.  Wouldn’t that be a good thing?

Why aren’t mainstream scientists studying this possibility then?  I’ll tell you why.  Because they believe the first model above is the only model.  And because all mathematics coming from that model say that it can never produce more energy than it uses – it can never work.

And that in general is why technology can become very, very slow moving forward.

The scientists are confusing an old model with one we don’t have yet.  So Overunity is indeed quite possible.  It only requires the time and effort of someone to find it.  And there are plenty of us out here trying to do just that.

At the heart of the problem is the argument that the theorized dielectric inertial plane of the magnet does or does not exist or if it does exist some people don not think it is a single plain but multiple planes along the magnet.  For those who don’t know it, the dielectric plane of the battery is considered to be in it’s approximate center, where waves from both poles meet to re-enter the magnet after having been expelled from the two poles.

The iron filling picture below suggest that there is not a single plane, but thousands of them all along the edges of the magnet.  You can see by the filings structure how the waves are re-entering the magnet all along it’s length.

In fact, it appears that no waves are re-entering the magnet at the exact center, but just farther beyond.

My thought is that it doesn’t matter where the inertial plane exists.  We know that when the north pole of a magnet passes by a ferromagnetic metal – the plane moves.  And it is that inertial plane moving that causes electricity.  Not the movement of the entire magnet.

So, in layman’s term it means that we need to learn how to move this plane without the need to move the entire magnet.  Then we will have overunity.  It’s really not rocket science.  And it is definite proof that our current scholars and professionals working in the field of magnetics and electricity don’t have the foggiest idea of how magnets actually work.  Because they were sold on the idea that the earlier model was the only one that will ever exist.

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About johnallenrichter

I am an aspiring Poet and adorer of life, a conqueror of nothing. However I am a champion curator of truth and friendship and hold both of those things most dearly to my heart. Welcome to my mind's eye. I hope you will enjoy what you may find and please know that you have a friend here. View all posts by johnallenrichter

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