Spinning Cylinder Experiments


I consider this the most important experiment for an alternate energy researcher to experience directly.
Feeling the Proton layer of the copper atom, and connecting this with a magnetic field in real life, rather then merely in theory.

In physics, there is a phenomena observed which is termed inertial momentum.
While it is often labeled on things like atomic orbitals, there is little understanding or "feel" of how this force operates between the Electron shell and the Proton shell in common copper wire circuits.
Where inertial momentum is transferred between two elements of a device, this is called a torsion force, or a torque.
A torsion field can be sensed by a sensitive person as this stress is being transferred during the acceleration.

The following experiment, was staged to show what happens between the proton layer [copper medium] and the electron layer [iron and magnets] with respect to motion, spin, and momentum.
Therefore it has direct application to the atomic model of the electron shell and the proton shell in all atoms.

From the two elements we can observe directly how the Electron and Proton interact with respect to motion, and magnetic field to exchange energy.
What is to be gained is how the Strong force of physics, is in fact present within this interaction operating from the deeper proton layer.
This explains also why these two materials are the root core of our electronics technology today.

The result of this experiment totally changed my perception of magnetism as it interacts with copper medium, and dispelled many myths taught in electronics as facts.
It was also the starting point to feeling the vibrations of the Proton layer, as is accessed in copper medium, opening the awareness to one layer deeper inside matter.

Cylinders Photo


Spining copper cylinders 2" 3" 4" of increasing thickness. [End caps from a plumbing shop for large copper pipe, holes drilled on a lathe to fit a drill chuck perfectly.]
A magnet is brought near spining copper cylinders [shown in the middle], then a spining steel cylinder [shown to the right].

1- Thicker copper causes increased drag to motor

2- All magnet polarities seem to cause drag, N / S makes no difference.

3- All steel drive attachments end up magnetized with intresting polarities.

4- 1700 RPM does not increase RPM whatsoever but induces drag in every case with copper medium.

5- There is no reflected magnet reversal at 1700 RPM, all magnets seem to extend through the
copper with thier flux patterns fully in tack. The compass indicates as if the copper was not there.

6- When holding a magnet by spining steel attachments, the compass follows the magnet,
 when pulling the magnet away the attachments reverse the compass to reflect its magnetized state
opposite the magnet that magnetized it.

7- The magnetic field from the magnets is aparently reaching all the way inside the motor, reducing RPM
drastically if held very close to the spining copper

In particular, note 5 above is not what I expected to see from my electronics training!
The field that opposes, a moving magnetic field in copper is not a magnetic field, but a torsion field.
A direct torque, which opposes the motion, but does not bend the magnetic flux lines at all.

In the photo below, it does not matter how fast you spin the copper with the magnet held there,
there is no reversed magnetic field generated by the copper, and the compass never even waivers.
What ever force is pushing the magnet away from the spinning copper cylinder it is not a reversed magnetic field!
It is something much stronger, that can also transfer the inertial momentum of the copper to the magnet
without even bending the flux lines of the magnet in the process.
I believe it is the strong force of the atom from the proton layer
expanding outwards to stablize the extra electron in the iron of the magnet.

Compass Photo
Dave L  [expierments preformed on 08/27/05]

Applied to the atom then we can deduce, the Proton shell does not bend the flux of the magnetic field of the Electron shell.
The Proton shell, acts against the motion of the magnetic field of the electron shell directly as inertial momentum, without using the magnetic field except to align the spin.
Electron magnetic field steers the spin angle of the proton shells, and the proton shells react with an inertial coupling force that opposes the motion of the magnetic field through it.
This inertial coupling force is not magnetic at all. It's qualities are much different, and it acts to cause electrons to go into orbit around it, organizing them into shells.
This is also in agreement with NMR observations, from the MRI technology of modern medical devices. Which can be studied here.

The Basics of NMR

Transfer of energy between electron and protons layers causes angular motions and transfer of inertial momentum between the layers.

{The transfer of torsion between various elements - copper, steel, and magnets}

Spining metals cylinder expierments:


    When a copper cylinder is held stationary inside another spining copper or steel
    [iron] cylinder no noteable forces seem to be transferred between the cylinders.

    When a magnet is brought near a spining copper cylinder two forces are produced
    in the magnet easily felt in your hand.

        1- A repulsive force 90 deg to motion, induced by induction [felt as a cushoning force pushing the magnet away]

        2- A dragging force parallel to motion [torsion] induced from the torsional power present in the spining cylinder being transferred to the magnet

    *No movement or shifting of magnet polarity or direction of poles has any effects on the
    two forces produced. Only area and distance between copper and magnet seem to have
    an effect.

    *The presence of a compass shows no alternate magnetic fields produced and no
    alteration or bending of the magnets lines of flux. The flux seems to move through
    the copper, wether spining or not, unrestricted and unbent. During spining there
    is no trailing magnetic field in the copper dectecable strong enough to account for
    the parallel force, or strong enough to move the needle of the compass in the slightest.

    *The presence of another stationary copper layer between the magnet and the spining
    copper cylinder is invisible to the process and neither blocks the effect or produces
    any dragging to the stationary copper. There is no linking of torsion between the
    copper layers, only from the moving copper to the magnet.

Steel [iron]

    When a magnet is brought near a spining steel cylinder only one force seems present

        1- An attraction towards the center of the steel mass [independent of RPM]

        2- No dragging force seems to be present as with the copper [torsion is absent]

    *The steel is also quickly magnitized by this effect with a south outwards
    or aiding magnetic field. This is easily observed with a compass during the
    interaction. Lines of magnetic flux are bent and distorted by the steel but
    no torsion transfer is present.

    If a magnet is hung from the ceiling down near the steel cylinder, no matter the speed of revolution the magnet will not move in the slightest to the side.
    It continues to pull directly to the center of the steel cylinder, no matter how fast the steel cylinder is spun up.

Two cylinder expierments:

Copper and Steel

    When magnets are placed on a spining copper cylinder and brought inside a steel
    cylinder [on a free turning axis from the opposite direction], the iron cylinder
    does not spin up in the slightest.

        1- An attraction force is present [magnetic] as shown with magnets earlier
        2- No [torsion] is transferred between the cylinders

    When magnets are placed on a spining steel cylinder brought inside a free turning
    copper cylinder, the copper cylinder quickly spins up.

        1- [Torsion] is transferred from magnets to copper or copper to magnets

        2- Also the iron does not seem to lower the reach of the magnets as was expected
        they "sink in" easily at 1/4 to 1/2 inch and transfer the torsion to the copper cylinder.
    Copper seems to have a quality missing in iron, the ability to
    transfer force [torsion] through an established magnetic field into the magnet.
    This torsion is not dependent on magnet pole positioning and works equally
    for all magnet positions.

    Copper seems to transfer its "momentum" through the magnetic field,
    linking it or sinking it into the magnet. Iron does not. Copper has a special quality.
    [Momentum or torsion transfer].

    This may be why copper is listed as a favorable AG material.
    Also why iron is not present on the list.

Spining magnet expierments:

    To see whether the torsional force transferred from spining copper is dependent on which
    material is in movement [spining]. It is now necessary to spin the magnets on an ABS
    plastic material then place the copper cylinder inside it.

    This expierment shows that the copper is now pulled along with the magnets.
    The [torsion] or [momentum] is transferred from the spining magnets to the copper.

Centering force:

    Also it is noted that the [centering force] is very present and does stablize the
    copper cylinder inside the spining magnets quite well at 1700 RPM providing a cushioning


    Wether the parallel force between copper and magnets in motion is due to shifting the
    magnetic field backwards in time [Tesla] in the material in motion [offsetting the repulsive
    magnetic force], or due to a transfer of [torsion] across the magnetic field is still an
    unknown. I feel it is unlikely that a trailing magnetic field in the copper is responsible
    as a compass does not shift in the least due to any copper interactions.
    Because I have not been able to percieve a shift in the magnetic field,
    the most likely true statement is this:


    Spining copper transfers its [torsion] or [momentum] into a magnet when its magnetic field
    sinks into it, irregaurdless of magnetic polarity. Spining iron or steel do not.
    Spining magnets transfer their [momentum] or [torsion] into copper held in close proximity
    as well. Direction of torsion transfer moves from higher to lower energy, either
    direction, but maintains its direction parallel to the force that induces it.


Summary Comment:

    Current teachings:

    The results observed do not seem to follow my current simple understanding of
    electric and magnetic fields with respect to copper, electron flow, motion, and polarity
    of magnetic fields. It is intresting to find a force being transferred that is not
    subject to magnet polarity or angle, atributed to electron interaction of [induction]
    which is stated to operate at only 90 degrees to such magnetic and electric fields.

    The resultant force does not seem to weaken or bend the flux of the magnet as
    indicated by a compass using copper.
    If the parallel movement was due to electromagnetic fields, how could a magnet
    push against itself as claimed with reverse induction? How could a reflected magnet
    from the copper push at 90 degrees to opposing magnet polarity?
    Why would it push towards the coppers motion?

    Torsion transfer:
    It is more likely that another force is present with [copper] yet to be explained,
    that current electrical theory has not covered very well [torsion transfer].
    If this [torsion transfer] can be reversed to aid spin, then the reported
    acceleration of ZPE devices could be understood and a new motive force
    available for power generation.

    This is an exciting observation because [torsion] has been identified to be one dimension
    of the [gravity torsion] field. It is the field emitting from the Aether which shows elastic
    qualities and therefore to be the one field that can be altered, streched or compressed,
    that may also affect the gravity field at right angles to it.

    As to electric motors:

    Also noteworthy is the realization that in an electric motor, any copper in motion
    inside a magnetic field, if left de-energized, will become a heavy drag to motion.
    This would seem to indicate that motors could be improved by adding cycles
    of opposing magnetic force when moving away from the field that attracted them,
    and never left in a state of being not energized. Motors could be developed that
    reverse the current direction as the rotor winding passes the field winding,
    rather then simply de-energizing them. This should reduce copper losses as
    well as heat losses and improve motor effeciency.

Notes on metals:


    -Does not bend a magnetic field or effect the lines of flux in any percievable way

    -Transfers its torsion in the presence of a moving magnetic field sunk into it

    -If locked motionless, resists the motion of the matter that created the moving
     magnetic field without regaurd to positioning of magnetic poles

    -If shaped into wire and held motionless, transfers a moving magnetic field
    into a varying electric field at 90 degrees to motion of the magnetic field

Iron or steel surface:

    -Bends and distorts a magnetic field altering lines of flux

    -Does not transfer its torsion in the presence of a moving magnetic field

    -If locked motionless, does not resist the motion of the matter that created the
    moving magnetic field but merely attracts all magnetic poles equally towards
    it's center of mass.

    AG = abbrev Antigravity
         [Crandall lists copper, aluminium, bismuth and
           element 115 as favorable antigravity materials]


It would seem Electronics techs have not been accurately informed, of a force present in electronics, which is 137 times more powerful then the magnetic field.
Namely the Strong Force found operating from the Proton shell inwards in physics.
This force has different qualities, which may not be apparent to an electronics engineer or technician. It operates from a spherical base to organize electric fields from a center of spin, or a center of torque.
It has ability to interact or to react to a moving magnetic field with 137 times the reflective power, and also to couple inertial forces between copper and iron elements.

These inertial fields are capable of transferring enough energy to hurl a magnet across the room at high velocity and smash it into the wall.

This is far more power then any two magnets can generate from their poles alone in repelling opposition.
Repelling poles of a magnetic field from iron, actually decouple this torsion force, and can be used to create magnetic bearings which are frictionless and will not transfer torque at all.
The copper generates a repelling force that couples the inertial spin also, and does not even bend the magnetic flux in the process.

This new force which must be recognized operating in copper and iron circuits, is also the same force we open up in Vibrational Cell and Tube Device work.
It can move compasses at much longer distances then any magnet can be expected to reach out.