Experiment 8

[Studies in Diamagnetism]

ESR sensitivity graphic

Feeling the Electron Spin Cone of a magnet

David Hamel talks of the isotope line falling into stacks of oppositely spinning magnetic nucleon's in Aluminum.
I have discovered a way that I can sense this line in neo magnets. As the hands are diamagnetic they are the perfect tools for detecting strong vibrating magnetic fields. A normal coil wrapped around a magnet and stimulated with low voltage low frequency energy brings the magnetic field to life with the sensation of heat from the Electron Layer. This is ESR modulation. Since all the atoms in a magnet are aligned N/S and more are aligned one direction then the other direction it stands to reason that a dominant torsion force would be present in the field. By causing the spin field to vibrate slightly, opening and closing the cone of motion one can sense the cone of torsion present around the ends of the magnet.

Diamagnetic Generator Photo

This device was constructed in an attempt to discover how to generate a large Diamagnetic field. Notice the copper bar placed between the left magnet stack and the coil. During experiment the heat sensations were discovered and mapping the cone commenced, to discover the ESR tilt angles of the magnet. On touching the device no actual heat is being produced anywhere.

Off centered magnets

It was discovered through feeling the heat sensation in the vibrating field that a stronger flux interaction with the copper resulted from offsetting the two magnetic fields to align with the cone of vibration as it crosses between them. Somewhere between 10 and 13 Mhz the copper began to feel electric and a small physical vibration was felt to emerge. 800 mv dc appears across the copper bar side to side during this vibration. Although this could be RF radiating along the polar face of the coil, that seems pretty high for a standing voltage on a copper bar, considered to be a dead short in all our modern Electronics models. Also considering the wavelength of a 13 Mhz RF would be several meters, RF resonance is not likely, and the coil is only being driven by a 2 volt signal. This may shed light on the Searl disc alignment of rotating spokes that turn through one another found in the Roshin and Godin device.

Principle of the Diamagnetic Field generator

Gen 1 graphic
This design is based on the Searl disc which may be accelerating based on the diamagnetic regenerative effect from a time lag between when torsion is applied to a magnetic field moving through copper, and the diamagnetic field resulting from the torsion. It was hoped that by applying AC to the control coil that an inductive kick back would be produced larger then the energy needed to produce a 90 degree turn of the copper Protons field, aligned between two magnets at 90 degrees to one another. The bias magnets are critical to getting the opposing magnetic wall centered near the copper bar.

For this principle to work the opposing North poles must meet inside the thin copper bar. The coils then push the center of the opposing flux to one side rotating the field 90 degrees in the copper and placing torque on the Proton field. The resulting torque on the Proton field should produce a large diamagnetic field sending an inductive kick back into the output coil.

Gen 2 graphic
In this balanced design it is much easier to control the tripole center where flux lines bend the sharpest away from opposing or "bucking" fields. At the center between the coils the flux lines take a sharp turn to 90 degrees up and down. By feeding the coils 180 degrees out of phase to shift this center point we can shift the flux angle in the copper by 90 degrees which should produce a strong diamagnetic field during the motion of the shift.

Gen 3 graphic
By using the angled cone alignment the interaction with the copper bar seems to become stronger. The magnets are opposing and the opposite cones sides [torsion] roll along one another in this config. I believe that this results in a rolling of the Protons field that manifests as a small vibration around 13Mhz as well as a larger sensory vibration around the interaction.

If in fact the diamagnetic field has an over unity effect possible I believe it is these kind of devices that may allow us to discover it.
Although the fields I am using here are very small, they have shown some surprises. To get an inductive kickback from the copper bar will require either much stronger coils with higher voltages and heavier wire, or actually spinning copper cylinders with opposing magnets past one another such that both surfaces move the same direction, as in the Searl disc.