Field Density

Copper Density sphere diagram

Shown above the experimental base for exploring field density in Copper coils and Copper density spheres.

Tempic  [ Torsion related]
Electric  [Voltage Potential related]
Magnetic  [Current related]

Each one has a field density offering a different distance and motional range where the highest energy in its field will appear as a magnetic field is produced in Copper coils.

Tempic - linear fall off - 45 degree propagation angles - connects into all background time flow rates in surrounding matter
Electric - distance squared fall off - Spherical propagation
Magnetic - distance cubed fall off - spacial donut shape containment of major magnetic force present

Both the Electron shell and the Proton shell have all three fields in Copper atoms, however not in the same ratios. The Electron shell has a large Electric field, and the Proton shell has a large tempic field. The Proton shell is operating from inside the strong force area of the atom. In Copper only devices where no iron is present the magnetic field is greatly suppressed and we deal mostly with a Tempic Electric interaction. Without adding an iron core to a copper coil one would be hard pressed to attract an external mass of iron into motion.

Motional Ranges

The density sphere was created as a torsion device, to set up a higher tempic field density in all three planes of motion, using non powered scalar coils, creating a space of higher density at the center in balance. The density sphere, however, has allowed us to cross from the study of Torsion coils to EM coils and show the relationships for Magnetic, Electric and Torsional field densities as well.

Zones Diagram

By placing an AC voltage on one normal coil of the density sphere, there are several observations of note. The result is an uneven spread of the component field densities and directions of travel. Direct experiment shows that in two coils at 90 degrees, one driven to resonance, in the second, a large voltage gradient will appear having almost no ability to produce current to a load. How can we make use of this?

Field Seperation

As the Electron shell of the Copper follows the magnetic field into rotation, the Electric field and the Torsion field do not follow the same path across the sphere. The application of an AC wave to the horizontal coil of the density sphere will cause a magnetic field to begin flipping its poles inside the coil, and the torsion field will act on its electric component to spin it CW.

Electron action has almost 1800 times lower mass and will turn on a dime compared to Protons dominant torsion field.
As the Protons torsion will lag the Electrons faster rotation, due to increased mass, the fields split and spread their field density differently. Torsion pulls at 90 degrees in Copper and also counter rotates. At resonance in the coil both will cross in phase, but while the magnetic field is rising and lowering they will split outside the coil.

Tilt graphic
This diagram shows the counter rotation in Copper atoms between the Electric dominant force of the Electron shell, and the Torsionally dominant force of the Protons shell. At rest these counter rotating fields keep the atom balanced in a negative feedback loop. If we hit the coil with a fast electric impulse, the electron shell will tilt first, shown above to the right, and the Proton shell will lag this pulling off in a CW direction. The faster the rise time of the pulse the farther the two fields will separate. As they separate they will both experience a release of the negative influence of the other. Along the first plane of the coil torsion will surge into a reverse or back EMF pulse [causing a current flow back into the driving circuits of the coil.] In a positioned 90 degree coil, voltage will surge upwards free of the negative torsion force. Both will surge up free of the other but in opposing directions of spin. They are no longer interacting along the same plane of spin.

It is also good to note that at 90 degrees into the AC phase they will be pushing one anothers spin planes, causing both to rotate by 90 degrees along the spin plane they would have been in if rotating freely of one another. Thus as both turn they both leave the original spin plane at different angles, but continue to interact with the fields that cross both as the angles change. At 90 degree of electric phase resonance, both have split into a different relationship with the input coil and reach 90 degrees, forming now 3 spin planes in space, all fully separated.

Field Density Graphic

The torsion force will lag the turn of the electric field for an AC or pulsed copper coil. As the electrons electric field reaches the top of the magnetic field envelope, protons torsion will only have reached about half way up or 45 degrees. The electric field will now start back down, torsion will stop rising and start following the fall of the magnetic field back to the coil. The magnetic field will carry a component electric vector at the electron shell rotation as it rises and falls that will exceed the reach of back EMF.

We end up with Electric field density spread over the entire sphere, however at the upper 45 degrees it will be turning free of the reversed torsion fields of the Protons. The back EMF generating torsion force will remain along the 45 degree sides where a torsion line will form at 45 degrees, past which no torsion will be present. Torsion is a linear force and highly directional. This angle has previously been discovered in the tube devices where torsion is seen to maximize its flows along this angle and propagate with little loss if any through all the Copper mass present. This torsion line is also seen in permanent magnets as well and believed to represent the precession cones of the Protons motion, while now it may simply be the point along maximum field density for fields in motion.

So much for "eddy current" explanations being able to explain the torsional and reverse EMF action in Copper atoms. If the back EMF was a result of eddy currents at the electron shell, then the high voltage surge seen in the 90 degree coils would be countered by it, and not be present, as operating along the electron shell it would move with the incident field. The back EMF originates with the mass rotation of the torsion field of the lagging Proton shell, and here it can be separated and tapped independently [angularly] while in its expanded state of energy and its major field density seperates from electrons reversed spin.

Identifying the parts of the magnetic field in motion that may offer over unity is now observed as the voltage surge zone along the upper area of the AC magnetic field where forwards EMF is released from back EMF, and the sides below 45 degrees where reversed torsion can be tapped directly and the countering EM field density is much lower. This reversed current producing force [Torsion] can be extracted from 45 degree coils and will also propagate Copper.

Density sphere Picture

Scalar coils:

Now if we observe the interaction of two AC magnetic fields that are setting in a reversed or scalar canceling alignment, there is one major discovery made as their various field densities split and rotate through different planes of motion through the Copper density sphere.

A scalar canceling coil wrapped on the equator of a density sphere will throw off two voltage flows moving opposite directions while they each rotate CW. As one is reversed over the other, both rotating CW will cause them to separate and not continue to cancel perfectly. The torsion force will pull them both to a 90 degree position which will intersect in phase. This means that a scalar canceling coil will throw off a higher voltage vector then a single coil, and it will not cancel but at 90 degrees it will aid. Compounded to this the torsion fields will be doing similar but at a lower angle and begin to alter density along the lower 45 degrees of each side. As we increase the field strength of the AC wave we will see voltage nodes appear at top and bottom of the sphere. These are tapped in the scalar Capacitor of Otis Carrs diagrams, and the Copper and Aluminum split hemispheres of Kosols designs.

We can expect high voltage vector potentials to be available in a high powered scalar canceling arrangements, due only to the distribution of electric field density and torsion field density being separated and reordered in phase in the 3D of a spherical system.  At the pole positions of a scalar canceling coil large Electric fields will be present. Along the sides of the scalar coils large tempic fields will be present. Both will be counter rotating to one another but in a motional state of seperation.

The most obvious gain we find in this realization is that now, in non energized copper, where Protons all lie in a 50 percent magnetic allignment. A scalar coil will rotate the voltage vectors into an aiding alignment within 90 degrees of an input current applied. There is no magnetic field present, but a strong Electric potiential will apear, as well as a strong torsion force.

This model shows why a scalar coil causes the magnetic field of the electrons to begin to move into a rotation around the equator of the sphere and diffuse into a blur of rotating poles in motion, while the diamagnetic field begins to become focused, along with an electric field mirroring gravity, having only an Electric and Tempic field actively focused. The gravity type field will apear at the pole positions and the tempic effects along the sides. Since the tempic field will be in a state of modulation as well as the electric field, this is not a pure gravity field, but a combination of both.

In a donut coil being driven by scalar coils along its outside ring, voltages will apear along the inner coil off the ends of each scalar coil, and torsion forces will apear along its sides. The explination for this becomes evident from the interacting field forces present.

A Conical ESR - NMR battery

NMR Battery graphic
Since the theoretical presentation of the NMR battery in the document Magnetism , several discoveries have been made as to field density and would suggest a better shape for an experimental unit to study the "over voltage" effect produced from tilting the Electrons spin momentum towards 90 degrees from Protons, and releasing higher energy into both.
The idea is to trap the Electrons spin into a tempic field alignment and resonate microwave energy vertically, while pulsing the Protons in the copper with square wave pulses that collide through one another. As the fields split closer to 90 degrees we should see progressively higher voltage present between the inside of two cones versus the outside sections.

Using cones with a "dielectric insulator" will separate these two voltage potentials and create a capacitor. If we hit on the correct pulsing technique then high voltages will emerge.
Negative potentials will appear at the top and bottom where no Proton E vector is present. Electron E vector potential will be released here to become very strong. Along the side of the coil, however far the Protons end up tilting, a positive E vector potential will appear.

A second conical copper or aluminum, or [alumina ceramic]  insert can be placed above and below the hollow microwave resonator areas to act as a wave guide reflector to reflect a 1/4 wavelength and create a microwave scalar canceling layer. If this interaction creates a strong enough resonance, it will hold the electron shell rotation in place and set up standing waves in the tempic field. This will retard the electrons from recovering to their natural alignment countering Proton spin.

This sets up the equivalent of two scalar canceling systems at 90 degrees to one another, one at a microwave frequency and one at an NMR rate.
A simple version of this can be based on two scalar wound conical coils, with more scalar winding filling the area in orange above. A copper outer ring on the equator should follow the torsion of the system and produce the positive Proton or cold electric energy. The waveguide reflectors may collect the negative or electron hot electric energy.
This could be placed on two plastic funnels, large enough to provide the microwave lengths expected for the resonators. Previous devices would suggest a wavelength of around 2 to 4 inches, making a canceling reflector at 1/2 to 1 inch for a 1/4 wave cancellation of the fields. The canceled microwave fields will permeate all the copper present as a torsion force and synchronize all the copper atoms electron shells. The Proton torsion is already permeating all the Copper atoms present, so we should get a complete saturation of both control fields.

If a bismuth area is added inside the sides of the copper winding section a faster splitting is expected as the increased mass torsion of the bismuth will retard the Copper Protons field tilt. The bismuth will also offer a high resistance to Electron flows in this area. Since the microwave energy will be canceled it should be relatively safe when properly tuned up.

Windings on a density sphere

Many different configurations of coil windings can be experimented with on the copper sphere. Torsion will be coherent everywhere, and voltage gradients can be observed.

Normal coil graphic

In this photo the large coil at the center of the sphere is being powered as a normal coil. The outputs from the top spiral coil are a single trace showing one wave is moving through the upper region carrying a voltage component shown on the scope, as it spins CW from the torsion vector during seperation. Looking down from the top of the sphere, as the South pole flips up it will spin CW, as the North pole flips up is will spin CCW.

Scalar picture

In this photo the lower coil is being driven as a scalar cancelling coil. Now there are two E vector waves passing over the top of the sphere, but the intresting observation is that, while they remain out of time sync slightly, they cross in phase and do not cancel along this area of the sphere. The voltage or E vector potientials do not cancel at the top of the sphere, as they turn and rotate they generate an over voltage component. This is tapping only one lead of the upper coil to show only its voltage gradient, ground is taken from the lower coil. The rise times for a scalar cancelling coil would also seem to be higher as there is a compression present along the incident coils angle. Fields are now pushing harder to get a way from one another.

Hi voltage picture

The scope trace shows an 80 volt peak spike in both directions for a 20 volt input pulse square wave. This is common when connecting scalar coils in various ways and hitting them with square waves. It is the Electron shell rotating into the upper area where Proton E vector potiential does not counter it. This always leads the change of potiential before the Protons drag can counter, and faster rise times will elevate this spike to unheard of voltages.

If we succeed at splitting the two fields over a longer cycle, then these high voltages we only see as short spikes will become present as voltage gradients. This gives one an idea how powerful copper atoms truly are. The main question is how much of this energy in these spikes is comming from the power supply and how much is comming from the Copper itself.

5K interaction picture

This photo shows the 5 K interactions that always apear when splitting the fields. Time base on the scope is slowed to show the Mhz waves interacting on the spheres surface where torsion forces seem to be pulling together then releasing at a regular interval. In no case do any frequencies have to add up to 5 Khz multiples, this seems to be a natural frequency from the copper itself near any resonance of the system for scalar coil arrangements.

Some more Intresting Density sphere wave interactions

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