Rivista sulla free energy, sui nuovi sistemi propulsivi e sui protagonisti di ricerche e visioni del mondo alternative

Anno IV, n°18, maggio-giugno 2003

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Paul E. Potter

Methernitha a retro-funzionamento
Stefan Marinov

Quando vedremo il moto perpetuo?
William J. Hooper

The Motional Electric Field
XMX

Elettricità dall'aria
William Lyne

La fisica occulta dell'etere (parte IV)
Saviour

Does a non linear electric field gradient generate gravity?
Rexresearch

Mechanical Space Drive US Patents
Franco Montefuscoli

Le idee e gli esperimenti di un ricercatore (parte VIII)
Paul Davies

Come costruire una macchina del tempo
Domenico Martini

Prove sperimentali della teoria delle apparenze di Todeschini
Corrado Malanga

L'ipotesi di Superspin
AA.VV.

Il conte di Saint Germain Lettere alla redazione Rumours

La Redazione provvisoria della rivista è presso il seguente indirizzo: Franco Malgarini via di Boccea 302 00167 Roma Email: malgariniaz@iol.it Sito Web: http://utenti.lycos.it/altraenergia/ Mailing list:http://groups.yahoo.com/group/altraenergia Questa rivista, uscendo in formato PDF, sarà molto più facile da diffondere. E, anzi, vorremmo incoraggiare i nostri lettori a farlo. Raccomandiamo, comunque, di usare il buon senso e di distribuirlo a gente del quale avete fiducia. La Redazione

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Fonte: http://members.fortunecity.com/progettomeg/

Methernitha a retro-funzionamento - di Paul E Potter
dal sito free electricity; si ringrazia per la traduzione F. V.

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Pensare che il dispositivo Testatika del gruppo svizzero Methernitha sia basato su un generatore elettrostatico Wimshurst è solo una mera approssimazione della realtà. Della grande moltitudine di strumenti ad influenza elettrostatica sviluppati intorno al 1900, esso si basa più da vicino sul sistema di separazione e raccolta della carica utilizzato dallo strumento Pidgeon (nota 1) nel 1898, per quanto concerne il suo circuito elettrico. Le sue griglie di acciaio (50 per disco), chiamate anche "gitter-grilles" sono evidentemente uniche nel Methernitha (vedi fig. 1), ma per quanto riguarda il loro principio di funzionamento, esse rappresentano un' evoluzionedelle precedenti ricerche e dei precedenti brevetti sui settori ondulati, che si rivelarono conduttori di carica più efficaci rispetto a quelli piani (nota 2); da un esempio simile, in tempi più recenti, si avranno aste di alluminio allungate come raggi di ruote da un nucleo isolante in PERSPEX.

Un' altra caratteristica funzione di queste griglie perforate attaccate ai dischi è il modo in cui inducono la carica dal disco in rotazione agli speciali elettrodi, chiamati anche "tasten antennae keys" (sono anch' essiperforati così da raccogliere più rapidamente la carica). In un dispositivo Winshurst vi si trovavano spatole conduttrici o barre di "sharp point" che toccavano realmente i dischi o che erano situate molto vicino ad essi. Nel Methernitha la carica deve essere fatta passare attraverso un varco nell' aria, parallelo ai cuscinetti; per questo motivo le "gitter-grilles" di metallo sono progettate in modo da creare micro vortici di corrente d' aria carica che

Wimshurst e Holtz. Dopotutto chi utilizzerebbe emissioni radioattive accanto a condensatori a bottiglia di Leida! In ogni modo. ma che nello stesso tempo desideravano anche conservare l' integritàdei primi pionieristici giorni della strumentazione Pidgeon.vedi fig. non utilizzarono . più ci si accorge che essi vertono su tre delle maggiori aree dello sviluppo elettronico risalenti al 1900.5 circolano dentro e fuori dalle cariche superficiali della superficie metallica perforata e vengono più facilmente fatte rimbalzare fuori dagli elettrodi. L' autenticodispositivo Methernitha venne progettato e sviluppato da puristi convinti di avere scoperto un fenomeno elettronico precedentemente sconosciuto. Con riferimento alle sue aste neutralizzanti (che equalizzano e rendono stabili le cariche opposte) . Bisogna fare un appunto preciso a proposito di come il dispositivo Methernitha utilizzi la sua configurazione di base Pidgeon. che si avvolge attorno ai dischi rotanti. 2 e a come le cariche vengano raccolte da un' area e accumulate nelle altre. così che le polarità della carica possano essere distribuite correttamente verso specifiche aree su entrambi i dischi. più si guarda ad alcuni elementi relativi alla sua costruzione. Sebbene siano circolate alcune voci e informazioni errate. Questo processo è classificato come "generazione elettrostatica a capacità variabile". sul fatto che il dispositivo utilizzi materiali radioattivi per raggiungere il suo output a caratteristica pulsante. agli anni 20 e agli anni ' 50 / ' 60. rappresenti un approccio elettronico valido e semplice. credo fermamente che il circuito elettromagnetico ausiliario.

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componenti così moderni come i transistor e i chip IC (tanto peggio) ma si servirono, per i loro circuiti, di un insolito tipo di ingegneria elettronica. Ovviamente, le parti elettroniche sono due: Il generatore elettrostatico e il suo particolare modo di dirigere una determinata carica in un certo luogo e il circuito elettromagnetico ausiliario basato sull' induzione,la capacitanza e la rettificazione, che permette di rendere mobile l' elettricità"statica". Per capire come essi riescano a convertire l' energia statica in una forza elettromotiva si dovrebbe tornare con la mente ai primi anni della radio. Dalle pagine della radio a scintilla si apprende presto quanto i circuiti di oscillazione e i loro rettificatori a valvola siano importanti e, inoltre, quanto si sia rivelato difficile progettarli. Sebbene i trasmettitori radio ed i ricevitori del 1900 utilizzassero circuiti a risonanza, le loro oscillazioni erano controllate da scintille tra due contatti e, naturalmente, erano relativamente inefficienti. Negli anni ' 20,nel momento in cui qualcuno mise insieme una valvola rettificatrice, un condensatore e una resistenza, le prime oscillazioni di corrente elettrica divennero un fenomeno controllato e osservabile (nota 6). I primi anni ' 20segnarono anche la migliore epoca di sperimentazione e invenzione di nuovi mezzi che convertivano l' energiastatica in energia elettromagnetica utilizzabile; In un brevetto del 1921, un fisico tedesco, Hermann Plauson, descrisse in modo dettagliato i metodi utilizzati da lui stesso per convertire l' energia statica non solo partendo da dispositivi ad influenza rotativa, ma anche partendo da palloni in grado di raccogliere l' elettricitàatmosferica nel cielo; tramite l' utilizzodi rettificatori a termoionica, condensatori a bottiglie di Leida e bobine induttrici, Plauson propose una rete free-energy in grado di fornire energia alla Germania intera (nota 7)! La valvola del rettificatore a termoionica determinò una nuova era per la radio e per la fisica ad alto voltaggio e inoltre, essendo stata oggetto di un così vasto numero di esperimenti e modifiche per aumentarne l' efficienza, essa spianò la strada a tutti i tipi di nuove sperimentazioni nel campo dell' elettronica. In ogni modo, con una simile varietà di analogie tecniche con ciò che si può osservare nelle fotografie disponibili del Testatika, possiamo desumere senza dubbi che il tubo orizzontale di vetro, situato all' estremità superiore dei dispositivi Methernitha, sia esattamente uguale ad una valvola rettificatrice a termoionica a vuoto casereccia, con il suo reticolo di anodi interno, contornato da una rete di rame a bobina alimentata da un filo catodico incandescente (riscaldante) che corre orizzontalmente attraverso il suo centro e chiuso ermeticamente da due estremità nere, che sono troppo grosse e bulbose per essere meri coperchi e quindi devono essere sicuramente coperchi a vuoto di gomma nera che servono a coprire il tubo di vetro ed i fili di input e output (nota 8). Con un simile rettificatore, alcune bobine da induzione ed alcuni condensatori a bottiglia di Leida, si ottiene un circuito che oscilla; questo è ciò che dovrebbe accadere con un dispositivo Methernitha; il circuito elettromagnetico deve oscillare affinché l' apparecchiaturafunzioni, dopodiché le oscillazioni devono essere rettificate (o persino modulate) così che i risultanti impulsi a singolo polo possano essere incanalati attraverso i grandi cilindri, che sono sostanzialmente trasformatori ad alta efficienza, e fatti defluire sotto forma di impulsi di corrente DC più alta a voltaggio ridotto (vedi la figura in alto del circuito completo). Non credo che i componenti specifici, utilizzati per fare oscillare il circuito oscillante primario, siano visibili nelle fotografie disponibili, ma ci sono molti spunti da trarre per quanto riguarda la loro approssimativa allocazione nel dispositivo. Per prima cosa, secondo la progettazione elettronica, nelle immediate vicinanze del rettificatore dovrebbero esserci un condensatore ed una bobina. Ebbene, nell' immagine"3KWREAR" si possono notare i due lunghi tubi verticali che, secondo il parere di coloro che l' hanno vista di prima mano, comprendono una striscia di alluminio avvolta a spirale (che indica che sono valvole - nota 9), all' internodi un tubo di vetro, situato all' interno dello stesso tipo di rivestimento esterno dei grandi cilindri (ciò indica che sono schermaggi elettrostatici), all' internoancora di un altro tubo di vetro, chiuse all' estremità da un' asta di connessione in ottone che forma una piega ad angolo retto e passa nel lato della torre, solo a due terzi della sua altezza. Questi due assemblaggi devono formare una

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connessione con il rettificatore, dato che quest' ultimo è situato all' estremità della torre; quindi perché questi tubi, sensibili elettrostaticamente, non si estendono per tutta la sua altezza? Nuovamente, nelle fotografie della parte posteriore e frontale dei Methernitha, si può osservare un cavo che esce da un fianco della torre, circa 4 pollici al di sopra dei terminali verticali in ottone; lo stesso cavo passa poi attraverso un corto tubo nero e infine sulla valvola rettificatrice. Questo schema, ovviamente, sarebbe valido per ambedue i lati della torre, rendendo possibile una connessione ad entrambe le estremità del rettificatore. Per quale motivo però abbiamo un gap nella connessione di circa 4 pollici alla sommità della torre? All' estremità della torre, in questo spazio intermedio, vi è situato qualcosa di necessario al funzionamento del circuito; credo che debba essere la posizione della configurazione condensatore/bobina, per fare oscillare il circuito. Ecco (fig. 4) come vedrei l' interno dell' estremità delle torri.

Ho visto alcune delle invenzioni brevettate per fare ruotare dischi: tramite l' utilizzo di magneti (il dispositivo a rotazione permanente suscitata da magneti, di H. Rosenberg, brevetto US 3,411,027) e tramite l' utilizzodi dischi metallizzati incisi (brevetto US 3,239,705, per esempio); semplicemente però, non c' è sufficiente spazio per essere messo nel settaggio del disco del Methernitha - inoltre non si vuole interferire con i campi ES che si muovono velocemente intorno ai dischi in rotazione. Dai commenti di coloro che hanno visto i piccoli congegni in funzione si evince che i dischi venivano fatti ruotare tramite piccoli motori elettrici DC dopo essere stati avviati a mano, alcuni venivano riavvolti con un filo più sottile (presumibilmente per aumentare la loro forza di torsione e caricati direttamente tramite l' elettricità generata dal disco - ho visto però anche come due dischi possano continuare a ruotare semplicemente per mezzo di elettrodi curvi sistemati con cura, che agirebbero sulle cariche presenti sui dischi - come i generatori Destatika della Testatika da 3 kw. Dopo aver letto i primi numerosi resoconti e alcuni tra i più recenti articoli relativi alle apparecchiature a rotazione elettrostatica, non si potrà fare a meno che rimanere perplessi dalla velocità incredibilmente bassa, di appena 60 rpm, del Methernitha (nel 1999 gli ingegneri la riportano come ... 15 rpm!). La maggior parte degli altri sperimentatori si vantano di aver raggiunto velocità fino a 3000 rpm. J.G. Trump, nel suo lavoro sulla generazione di alto voltaggio nello spazio (nota 12), fece girare il suo dispositivo a rotazione a 10.000 rpm (per produrre 433 watt a non meno di 24 kw). Una ragione che potrebbe spiegare questa bassa velocità può avere a che fare con la stretta prossimità delle 50 lamelle (gitter-grilles) sui dischi alle loro estremità interne. Sono molto vicine tra loro; penso troppo vicine. L' aria, normalmente un isolante, si disgrega e conduce a circa 25-35 kv (questo dato è stato piuttosto costante dal primo giorno di sperimentazione sui dispositivi elettrostatici, arrivando fino ai giorni presenti, perché l' aria ha una forza di campo di disgregazione di 3x106 volts/metro) e mette in corto circuito il circuito. Mi sembra che, dato che questo tipo di progettazione di griglie è incline al corto circuito ad alti voltaggi, gli ingegneri del Methernitha hanno limitato la sua velocità rotazionale in modo da assicurare un basso voltaggio operativo ad una velocità che credo di stimare da 12 a 24 kv. Non è però questo uno spreco di potenziale extra? Non necessariamente, perché non credo che l' output di potenza primaria provenga solamente da ciò che i due dischi a rotazione contraria forniscono.

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Credo ci sia un generatore di potenza di gran lunga più importante... il generatore di elettroni a cascata; il Methernitha ne ha due, contenuti all' interno dei due magneti a ferro di cavallo e a patto che i circuiti, rispetto ai magneti, siano fatti per oscillare alla giusta frequenza, ad un voltaggio sufficientemente alto, questi blocchi laminati in perspex metallizzato possono quindi accumulare una quantità molto maggiore di elettricità rispetto a quanta ne venga immessa. Questo forse è il fenomeno elettronico precedentemente sconosciuto che il gruppo Methernitha sta cercando di proteggere in modo così zelante da imprenditori senza scrupoli. Direi comunque che questa copiosa fornitura di free-energy è già nota al mondo - non è però facilmente disponibile - e i suoi principi non sono ad ora del tutto compresi, ma solo conosciuti. Come spiegano le descrizioni (sul sito Testatika), tra le "gambe" del magnete a ferro di cavallo ci sono 4 blocchi di materiale tipo "plexiglass" trasparente alternato con piatti di rame e alluminio (che possono o non possono essere perforati) nella sequenza C-P-A-C-P-A-C-P-A-C-P-A (vedere anche fig. 6) [C= rame; P= plexiglass; A= alluminio]

Secondo l' esperimento di Linden, nel quale Paul Baumann indusse una risonanza di circa 80-140 MHz in una bobina a ferro di cavallo e fece muovere un blocco alluminio-isolante-rame tra le "gambe" dei ferri di cavallo, un voltaggio di 700 volts (presumibilmente di tipo DC) poteva essere fatto uscire dai piatti del blocco (nota 13). Questo incredibile fenomeno non è mai stato replicato da nessun "ricercatore esterno" ed è considerato la base tramite la quale riuscì ad essere compreso il funzionamento del dispositivo Methernitha [la possibile chiave per spiegare questo esperimento di principio può essere l' assorbimento a capacità variabile e dielettrica]. Ma dunque cos' è, vi chiederete, il generatore a cascata di elettroni? Solo per caso, molto recentemente, mi è capittato di ascoltare una cassetta incisa dal Dr. Flanagan, riguardante acqua cristallizzata; quando fermai la cassetta alla fine del primo lato, il Dr. Flanagan iniziò a parlare di una configurazione elettronica che impiegava un' alta frequenza, un campo alternato ad alto voltaggio attraverso un isolante: questo creava ciò che lui chiamava un effetto a "cascata di elettroni" - Si, pensai, questa è la risposta al dispositivo Methernitha-. La cascata di elettroni, o effetto a valanga, avviene quando le molecole dell' aria vengono accelerate verso i dispositivi ad una velocità talmente alta da farle collidere con altre molecole e atomi presenti nell' aria, liberando nuovi elettroni, che a loro volta collidono e liberano una quantità persino maggiore di "elettroni liberi" da altre molecole d' aria(vedi fig. 5). Tutte le molecole vengono accelerate dal campo elettrico e si verifica una valanga di moltiplicazioni di elettroni nell' intero ambiente circostante (nota 14). E' una reazione a catena e tra l' altro una reazione completamente sicura. Essa si verifica in maniera più violenta nei fulmini ed è un fenomeno naturale. Come in questo caso, l' ambiente diviene realmente parte del circuito (nota 15) perché il processo consiste nello ionizzare negativamente l' aria circostante i dispositivi Methernitha.

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Questo spiega perché tutti coloro che si sono trovati nei pressi di questi generatori in funzione sostengono che l' aria intorno ad essi sia fredda e puranota ( 16). Considerando il fatto che i suoi progettisti hanno scelto di avvolgere del filo isolante (che può o potrebbe non essere "bifilar") attorno al metallo a forma di ferro di cavallo, è verosimile che questo venga utilizzato per qualche forma di induzione (nota 17). Potrebbe anche essere possibile attirare, partendo direttamente da questa zona del circuito, la corrente elettrica extra prodotta da cumuli di elettroni a cascata, che potrebbe, tramite l' utilizzo di connessioni apposite, essere indirizzata verso il basso, all' interno della base in legno (dove si crede siano posizionati strati alternati di piatti di metallo perforati e piatti isolanti - che vanno a formare una grande bobina di immagazzinamento ad alto voltaggio. Questa energia potrebbe poi essere scaricata sotto forma di output pulsante ad alto wattaggio, soprattutto se la parte finale di output del circuito elettronico, è configurata come una rete crea impulsi (pulse forming network), con sezioni multiple della combinazione bobina/induttore (nota 18).

che connette quel terminale output all' anellodi ottone del coperchio superiore tramite un terminale in vite di ottone. sistemato attorno ad un nucleo formato da 6 magneti ad anello vuoti con guarnizione in gomma. rendendo meno complicate le procedure di rivestimento isolante che accompagnano i trasformatori primari singoli ad alto voltaggio e i secondari singoli. che sono arrotolate secondariamente all' esterno e primariamente all' interno. Dalle fotografie si può osservare un filo o un tubo di largo diametro (nota 19). in modo tale da permettere la formazione di vuoti d' aria tra di essi. poi. forse) siano bucati in questa maniera in modo da evitare che i campi di flusso magnetico delle bobine piatte (pancake) si congiungano sotto forma di un unico campo scomposto. Suggerirei che i magneti dell' anello (ferrite anisotropica.10 Le descrizioni riportate sono un po' contraddittorie ma sembrano suggerire la presenza di un' asta di ingresso centrale o tubo. connesso dal fondo dei contenitori a una catasta di bobine piatte interconnesse. l' outputdi ogni cilindro è rappresentato da una connessione della bobina superiore dei "secondaries" delle bobine del pancake ad un anello d' ottoneattorno al centro del coperchio superiore in plastica nera (vedi figura 7). in modo da suddividere il voltaggio di output secondario in quantità di piccoli potenziali. Sarebbe infatti molto vantaggioso e più sicuro che ogni diverso flusso magnetico delle bobine piatte venga tagliato dalla propria bobina secondaria attigua. il cilindro esterno in rete d' alluminio verrebbe utilizzato al fine di schermare le cariche elettrostatiche deviate e il cilindro . posizionati l' uno sopra l' altro e separati con spaziatori di plastica. L' utilizzo di coperture in reti di alluminio ed in rame solido è comune nella costruzione elettronica. Infine.

e quindi il fatto di portarle vicine le une alle altre. possono consistere in 20 strati di lastre perforate (presumibilmente come cilindri concentrici) che ho indicato (in fig. penso quindi che "cloud" rappresenti un cedente (carica positiva) e che "ground" debba rappresentare. a sua volta situato all' interno di un' altro. in cui il caricamento a frizione delle diverse plastiche. 7.che un tal condensatore collegato nel centro di una bobina secondaria raccoglie la quantità massima di tensione creata da quella secondaria . (penso che ciò riguardi i differenti tipi di materiali acrilici o plastici che potrebbero essere caricati a polarità differenti. suolo"). che serve a separare avvolgimenti primari e secondari progettato da Van de Graaff nel suo "Apparato ad acceleratore di particelle ad alto voltaggio caricato elettromagneticamente e avente un nucleo magnetico isolante" (nota 21) con riferimento a varchi a riluttanza magnetica.. Qualcuno ha mai provato a combinare un disco in teflon (carica estremamente negativa) con un disco di vetro (carica altamente positiva)? O magari dischi trattati con particelle paramagnetiche? Il tipo di progettazione Testatika basata sul dispositivo Pidgeon/Wimshurst è naturalmente solo un tipo di generatore elettrostatico che lavora intorno a questo sistema. che possono poi essere trasformati e utilizzati (nota 23). prodotti dal processo di trasformazione dalla fase di alto voltaggio/bassa corrente alla fase di basso voltaggio/alta corrente (nota 20).11 in rame solido servirebbe a schermare la grande quantità di campi elettromagnetici deviati.Ovviamente. invece. Fin dai primi anni del 1900 tali generatori di energia sono stati soggetti a un cammino che li ha resi sempre più sofisticati nella produzione di energia e dispositivi recentemente sviluppati producono 300. Una nota speciale andrebbe fatta in merito a questo tipo di accorgimento. ha una similarità impressionante con la configurazione di una rete a formazione di impulsi (nota 18). come nelle serie "triboelettriche".a foggia di una vecchia scoperta risalente ai primi giorni della telegrafia senza fili e basata sulla "bobina a scarica disgregativa" (progettata da Nikola Tesla) . ecc.. . All' interno di questi due cilindri schermanti esterni vi sono "condensatori a griglia" che. non si vuole che si verifichi una contaminazione di campo tra il sensibile generatore elettrostatico ed i trasformatori. secondo la relazione dei 30 ingegneri risalente al 1990.000 volt. potrebbe causare una cessione o una ricezione dall' una all' altra. per esempio) come elettricamente connessi tra ogni separato avvolgimento secondario . La configurazione di un condensatore all' interno di un' altro. Nel cilindro avvolto da filo rosso il trasformatore è avvolto in modo da produrre una polarità negativa mentre il trasformatore del cilindro avvolto in filo blu è avvolto in modo da produrre una polarità positiva. un recettore (carica negativa). E' stato detto che il disco chiaro in perspex venne definito come disco "cloud" (= "nuvola") e il disco posteriore scuro come disco "ground" (= "terra.

o antenna chiave. dal 1922 l' effetto ' Pearson and Anson' fù scoperto. Un' altro punto di riferimento è il sito di Antonio Carlos M. 1913 p418). Zahn sull' American Journal of Phisics volume 42 del 1974 pp 289. NOTA 6: La valvola di Fleming fu costruita intorno al 1905 e finchè progredì nella valvola termoionica. Coolridge. per esempio. da notare anche che questa piastra.. di una piastra supplementare situata nella parte centro-alta difronte al disco anteriore (appena sotto la valvola di rettifica). NOTA 9: I due lunghi tubi dritti sono senza dubbio bobine di arresto. a meno che il filamento sia riscaldato (Physics Review Vol 2 Dic. Una configurazione ancora migliore della bobina d' arresto avrà un nucleo di ferro all' interno di essa . NOTA 5: Guardando come ciascuna delle macchine fotografate è stata costruita potete vedere che queste sono strutture di alta qualità. e dentro al tubo ci sarà un' altro collegamento o una piccola bobina che raccoglie la carica elettrica. e ovviamente. il tubo raddrizzatore deve avere un filamento riscaldato (che sulla macchina da 3 KW appare come un filamento luminoso che corre lungo tutta la lunghezza della griglia e le bobine collegate entro i due cappucci neri delle estremità.il modello a vuoto d' ariasarebbe molto più efficiente e sprecherebbe meno corrente.000 volts. 564. Nei filmati potete vedere i flash deboli venire da dietro il raddrizzatore per cui è possibile che il filamento sia avvolto intorno all' altrolato del complesso griglia/bobine). condensatore e valvola termoionica accoppiati insieme. prima del 1900.540.E. High-Voltage Generation Using A Modified Electrostatic Influence Machine" di M. Come nel loro uso. 1903 pp 206 e "Philosophical Magazine" Dicembre 1898 pp. precisamente il giusto posto per rallentare la corrente farla rettificare e oscillare. La maglia in alluminio emanerà abbastanza prontamente gli elettroni e può essere usata come un catodo freddo . Johnson non era solo un ricercatore di macchine elettrostatiche ma ne era anche un intraprendente costruttore e poichè era un tecnico acutoriuscì a costruire un generatore più potente persino della macchina condensatore a multi dischi di Wommelsdorf. Johnson 1921 pp 76. de Queiroz che è pieno di informazioni (e link) sugli sviluppi odierni nei macchinari elettrostatici. NOTA 7: Vedere il brevetto americano 1.998 (del 9 giugno 1925) ' Conversionof Atmospheric Electric Energy' (conversione dell' energia elettrica atmosferica) di Hermann Plauson. NOTA 3: Vedere "Self-Excited.ma un catodo riscaldato offre il vantaggio di poter controllare le oscillazioni. NOTA 8: Mentre alcuni hanno visto i più piccoli macchinari scaricatore/raddrizzatore da 300 W abbastanza aperti e non incassati nella valvola a vuoto d' aria. In una bobina d' arresto più alto è il flusso della corrente più grande sarà la relativa resistenza a quel flusso di corrente. Plauson nel 1920 scrisse anche un libro intitolato "Gewinnung und Verwertung der Atmospharischen Elektrizitat" in tedesco. scoprì che non avviene nessuno scarico dal catodo all' anodo . Questo libro è d' obbligo per tutti quelli che vogliono lavorare in questo campo. Penso che chiunque voglia cominciare come sottoinsiemi adattati insieme dagli accoppiamenti o da piccoli gruppi dei membri. Inoltre. con una messa a punto della bobina. Alternating. il brevetto Pidgeon. questi sottinsiemi dalla base in legno. NOTA 4: I progettisti del Methernitha hanno preso il sistema elettronico di base della Pidgeon aggiungendo poche modifiche in modo da bloccare parzialmente una certa polarità della carica ad una certa zona per poterla così stabilizzare. per cui le correnti oscillanti sono potute essere prodotte con un resistore. anche a 100. ed anche spingerecerte aree con carica. è accoppiata indirettamente al resto del circuito. Più o meno la stessa cosa accade con le due piastre di sotto che sono collegate ad un terminale d' ottone collegato ad una connessione di rame che va giù e si avvolge a bobina intorno ad un tubo di plastica vuoto..12 NOTA 1: Pere maggiori informazioni sul macchinario Pidgeon vedere "Electrical Influence Machines" di John Gray. NOTA 2: Vedere "Modern Hight speed Influence machines" di V..

E' lo stesso principio dell' assorbimentodielettrico .Provate diversi tipi di materiali come plastica/acrilico/ceramica per i blocchi. per lo stesso principio di questi motori elettrostatici. alternativamente. NOTA 11: Il fenomeno dei motori elettrostatici è stato ricercato bene nel corso degli anni ( vedere "Electrostatic Motors" O.Moore (1973) p131-147. I generatori Methernitha Testatika gira automaticamente.391. La manopola nera sulla parte posteriore della macchina da 3 Kw è probabile che serva a selezionare una varietà di capacità così come a controllare l' oscillazione del circuito.D. che andrebbe ad accrescere il voltaggio dell' output in uscita.Provate blocchi di plastica vuoti contenenti un liquido elettrostatico.773).Jefimenko in "Physics Teacher" Vol 9 marzo 1971 p121-9. Flanagan riconosce che questo effetto si verifica con un campo di alto voltaggio alternante a circa 20 Khz). Se i blocchi in perspex fossero invece ELECTRETS (come Geoff Egel e altri ricercatori sulla free-energy suggeriscono) credo che seguirebbero lo stesso principio di funzionamento menzionato sopra. Ciò accade perché nell' electretgli elettroni caricati nel perspex/plastica e gli ioni positivi potrebbero ancora subire una manipolazione da parte del campo elettromagnetico invertito. controlla la velocità di rotazione del disco. che li indirizzerebbe (come con i dipoli) avanti e indietro. più mobili. mentre si ha un movimento alternante di elettroni sugli elettrodi di metallo (e il Dr. più lenti.Provate diversi metodi di elettrificazione della plastica (come con gli electrets) Tre . credo che l' effetto sarebbe sempre una cascata di elettroni attraverso l' ambiente. in questo modo accumulano sempre più carica fino a che quest' ultima non si trasforma in uno strato di carica sulla superficie dell' isolante. in modo tale da giungere infine al punto in cui essi potrebbero ottenere risonanza con l' ariaimmediatamente prossima ad essi (a patto che l' interocircuito sia regolato in modo appropriato). le molecole di superficie dell' aria polarizzano e si ha una separazione degli elettroni. Si potranno trovare ulteriori informazioni riguardo alle plastiche alla pagina . la quale. "Electrostatic Motors" di B. Se questo effetto. NOTA 16 Il Dr. bensì attorno ad essa. i blocchi in perspex interposti tra essi trasformerebbero l' elettricità non attraverso la loro massa.Provate plastiche trattate con particelle semiconduttrici. Due . dopo aver ricevuto una spinta manuale. e il processo di polarizzazione ad alta frequenza ed ad alto voltaggio innesca l' effetto di elettroni a valanga. a mio parere: Uno . ed il prodotto di questo output oscillante (a livello dei blocchi) potrebbe essere condotto in modo simile all' esterno ed accumulato nel network di bobine a base multistrato. dai nuclei. sotto forma di carica di superficie . Ciò significa che. di queste molecole.13 NOTA 10: Ho fornito 6 circuiti differenti per questa sezione di oscillazione alcuni dei quali includono piccoli cristalli di quarzo (vedere note 13 e 16 sulla frequenza di oscillazione). Alcuni test per scoprire il miglior tipo di blocco potrebbero essere. Flanagan utilizza realmente il generatore di campo di elettroni nel suo speciale ionizzatore (vedi Metodo di Purificazione dell' aria e generatore di campo negativo .Brevetto US 4. Quattro . Mentre gli elettroni vengono spinti avanti e indietro. Review" Vol 30 1969 p178194). fosse simile ad una induzione. poi. per il quale l' assorbimento dielettrico carica i blocchi prima che essi producano l' effetto a cascata. allora ne potrebbe risultare una forza elettromotrice di rimando.Bollee in "Philips Tech. In un modo o nell' altro. si sviluppa uno strato secondario di ioni d' aria positivi (più lenti) e così via.in verità nello strato posizionato proprio a fianco della superficie dell' isolante. Cinque .Electret contro assorbimento . Come funziona un generatore di elettroni a cascata? Penso che.i blocchi in perspex non si scaricano abbastanza velocemente da riuscire a seguire alla pari il voltaggio alternato. e "Electrostatics – And Its Applications" di A. ad una frequenza sufficientemente alta.Provate plastiche trattate con particelle paramagnetiche.

W. Terman (1935) pag. i principi che egli utilizzava per i suoi avvolgimenti primari/secondari potrebbero essere di un certo interesse.Marzo 1992 pagg. Goldman in "Elettronica" Vol. attraverso i terminali di output. trattandoli con granuli paramagnetici (come il . così da rinforzare la reciproca induzione tra i due sistemi di bobine di filo rosso attorno alle basi dei magneti a ferro di cavallo.. molto dopo che il suo generatore fosse messo in uso per convertire l' elettricità statica in elettricità corrente . Volume 2 (giugno 1914) pagg.P. Grossner (1967) pagg. 218 e pag. essi furono concepiti per un sistema speciale escogitato da Van de Graaff. 11 (1938) pagg.F. NOTA 19 Quando il voltaggio di un alto potenziale e di un' alta frequenza scorre lungo un filo. tende a trattenere il suo livello originale. Questa azione di riempimento.14 dielettrico. che si propaga all' interno del network da condensatore a condensatore."Sistemi di scarico di alta energia" A. Stephenson "ETI" (Electronics Today International) . ma non appena il primo inizia a perdere voltaggio. secondo una di queste. 42 e un articolo intitolato: "Isteresi dielettrica alle frequenze radio" di E. Questi brevetti non furono concepiti unicamente per un generatore di alto voltaggio Van de Graaff. Il Methernita userebbe quindi un sistema di spessi fili o persino un sistema di tubi di 1/8" per connettere il suo circuito. 20-22 e "Misurazioni nelle apparecchiature radio" di F.Questo sistema può essere un po' troppo complicato per il Methernita ma. tuttavia. in resina. NOTA 17 Esistono varie definizioni di Bifilar.208 (1 giugno 1965)."(vedi .. Flanagan modificò i suoi blocchi isolanti." . Il metallo magnetico usato più comunemente è il Mumetal. Alexanderson in "Proc. etc . NOTA 18 Per far sì che il voltaggio di output della macchina non si scarichi completamente quando connesso ad una grossa carica. Erskine-Murray (1913) pag. mentre secondo un' altradefinizione i fili sono avvolti in modo tale da assicurare un accoppiamento del flusso magnetico con bassa perdita. Per il trasformatore Van de Graaff vedere i brevetti US 3. il primo dietro di esso è libero di scaricarlo all' interno di esso.069 (30 maggio 1967) e 3. All' inizio tutti i condensatori vengono caricati allo stesso voltaggio. la definizione corretta deve essere l' ultima . quindi. NOTA 21 Per informazioni sul voltaggio massimo nel centro di una bobina secondaria vedere: " Manuale di telegrafia senza fili" di J.187. che è un materiale magnetico facilmente saturabile e che fa circolare il flusso magnetico attraverso se stesso piuttosto che nell' aria circostante. è il meccanismo tramite cui il voltaggio. i fili neutralizzano i loro campi magnetici.323. 24-26). la superficie esterna si comporta allo stesso modo (chiamato effetto "skin"). I. 341. ciò che serve è un network a formazione di impulsi (o linea di ritardo artificiale). "Un tale network rappresenta un miglioramento nella capacità di raccolta di un singolo condensatore a causa della azione a cascata da un condensatore a quello ad esso vicino lungo la catena.Vedi "Trasformatori per circuiti elettronici" di Nathan R. NOTA 20 Due riferimenti per lo schermaggio sono: "Un loop schermato" di S. NOTA 22 Il Dr.R. 224. in questo caso servirà tutto il flusso magnetico possibile.E. 137-157.E.

NOTA 23 Alcuni altri generatori aventi similarità con il dispositivo Testatika sono: il "Sistema di generazione di potenza di un campo di energia elettrostatica" inventato da William W.522. Douglas Rudge "Circa alcune fonti di disturbo del gradiente del potenziale atmosferico normale" in Proc.A.592 del 30 gennaio 1990). che ha un circuito risonante in serie (LCR) strutturato all' interno di esso in modo che oscilli e funziona davvero A RISONANZA. per assicurare un alto output. 3.897. . che utilizza un rettificatore a valvola. Royal Soc.15 carburo di silicone) in modo da potenziare ulteriormente l' effetto a cascata di elettroni.. L' ariacircostante potrebbe essere "potenziata" in modo simile così da polarizzare la sua carica elettrica e migliorarne la performance (coloro che fossero interessati alla spiegazione "fisica" di ciò vedano un articolo di W. Altri generatori simili sono: "Dispositivo elettronico parametrico" inventato da Ferdinand Cap (brevetto US 4. Spencer (brevetto US 1. "il Generatore elettrostatico" inventato da Dan B.415.094. Le May (e altri) (brevetto US 3. 90 (1914) pagg.622.510 dell' 11 novembre 1986)..187.206 (1 giugno 1965) e con buoni risultati.Vol.106 del 12 settembre 1950) è un buono standard. A .). etc . il "Dispositivo elettrostatico" di Noel Felici (brevetto US 2. questa è un' idea che il fisico Thomas Townsend Brown sperimentò per primo (tramite l' utilizzo di granuli di ossido di piombo con il suo brevetto US n.779 del 9 maggio 1922) è un esempio primitivo di generatore rotore/statore che trasferisce i suoi impulsi elettrici attraverso un trasformatore per produrre un output di corrente più alta. Il "Generatore elettrostatico" di William S. Hyde (brevetto US 4. 571. che è un dispositivo rotore/statore a capacitanza variabile capace di produrre 300 kw. questo è un sistema veramente ingegnoso di capacitanza variabile.653 del 18 giugno 1963).

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34 www.rexresearch. In Hooper' s view there are three different forms of electric fields due to the distribution of electric field.com Home ~ Catalog ~ Order ~ Links William J. To understand Hooper' s analysis. Hooper developed what could be a real workable system. Magnetic & Gravitational Field Theory Commentaries & Reviews ~ "A Review Of William J. Hartman (Feb.William J. Hooper and his All-Electric Motional Electric Field Generator" by James E.971 US Patent # 3.610. He put forth an interesting theory with the v x B terms of dynamic electrical circuits. He goes to extraordinary lengths to differentiate the motional electric field arising from: E=vxB with an induced electric field due to time changing magnetic field and with static fields related to stationary electrical charge. consider the Lorentz force from E=vxB which Hooper interpreted it as Em.013 Frances Gibson: The All-Electric Field Generator & Its Potential William J Hooper: New Horizons in Electric. the induced motional electric field. He assigns a difference to electric fields generated by differing methods. two are doue to induction. The most important for propulsion is called the "motional" electric field. Unlike electro-static fields this force acts in line with the electric field.656. 1996) In the 1960' s . . He claims to have experimentally verified that it is different from other electric fields and that it was akin to GRAVITATIONAL fields. 1. One important result is that for the total system the superposition of all B fields can be zero but the motional electric field can still be nonzero. Hooper: The Motional Electric Field Contents ~ Commentaries & Reviews US Patent # 3.

565. this problem does not appear to be incapable of a solution. then it sums to a nonzero quantity. hence it is not attractive in its action on neutral matter. and from b to c is -B. It can be disagreed that either the assumption of superposition of the B field (and hence separability of force fields) is incorrect or Hooper' s idea of a "motional electric field" is correct. They must be equal and opposite since each has the same current flow (but in opposite directions). In view of the overall possibilities of this invention. Patent 3. A breakthrough in finding superconductive materials or even near superconducting at slightly elevated temperatures from those presently (at that time) required would greatly aid in the solution of this problem. or to actually be accelerated upward by antigravitational action of the earth' s field.013) by Hooper have claimed gravitational-like fields from the motional electric field of v x B. its calculated from super-position of E fields. the magnetic field from the current flow from a to b is B. then its magnitude goes to zero.610. Improvement would reflect improved propulsiveness.971 and 3. 4 ." Future Applications ~ "In a very short interval of time (1969) an intense B x V field should effect the reversal of the gravitational polarization of an object. Patents (3. Once achieved. on any object placed close to the undersurface of the device. Its action on such matter can only change the state of electrical polarization in the matter. Likewise the velocity of the electric charges must also be equal and opposite. Two U. Hooper concluded that the magnetic field (associated with currents) moves with the charge carriers within the current. The following claims are from U. The B field is calculated from the sum of the parts. only a small expenditure of energy would be required to hold the polarization. b and then finally reaches the other end." In Fig. Any change thus effected in the state of polarization should cause the earth' s gravitational field to act less intensely. The current then flows from one end. a.971: "It is desirable to have an apparatus with which to experimentally study gravitational and antigravitational phenomena under steady continuous conditions.S. This is consistent with Ampere' s law and at variance with Biot-Savart law.35 Consider a long conductor folded back on itself at its center labeled as b." Final thoughts ~ . Hooper and along with others have claimed to have witnessed the gravitational and ANTIGRAVITATIONAL forces in the functioning of this said device. On other hand. * I' ll leave it up to you mathematical majors to affirm this claim." "It should be noted that this field is practically uniform and parallel close to the disk."The antigravity gravity control features of the coils 73 and 74 thus control the lift and movement of vehicle. The most formidable problem would appear to be the problem of holding the B x V generator at cryogenic temperatures. Superconductors are said to be on the order of 1012 times better than normal conductors and he foreseen improvement in them. become weightless. to the center.610. Energy from atoms of the earth would supply the lift and propulsion through the medium of the earth' s gravity field.S. c. causing it to weigh less.

" With the ozone layer hole seemingly growing larger every year.padrak.36 What was this man' s drive? "This country' s space projects have become expensive beyond the ability of the of the average man to comprehend. Several unverified experimental results have ever been made. I speculate that project HAARP in Alaska was built to produce OZONE to heal the earth' s atmosphere. Hooper' s view was that there are three different types of electric fields due to the distribution of electric field and two due to induction. Peter Graneau has studied these expressions. At the heart of the issue is the connection of the magnetic field and its source in the charged particles.7: Non-Inductive Coils ~ Several authors have suggested that v x B term in the Lorentz expression should be called into question. With a $35B dollar a year NASA budget. Dennis Cravens. There was and is uncertainty as to the exact physical understanding of the Biot-Savart-Lorentz law and Ampere' s law involving the set of reaction forces. If it does co-move with its source then it is logical to assume that a motional electric field in a fixed reference frame of the current induces a magnetic field. From www. Perhaps.com . During the late 60' s William J.com: "Electric Propulsion Study" by Dr. They perhaps could build a small fleet of nice B x V reusable Spacecraft and aircraft that are perhaps environmentally more sound. What a real bargain for the tax payer and the well-being of our atmosphere. prepared for USAF Astronautics Lab/Edwards AFB (August 1990) Section 3. EM theory is presently consistent with the idea that spinning magnetic dipoles create effects indistinguishable from charged particles. [with 4 pages more about Hooper' s theories] Top ~ Home ~ Catalog ~ Order ~ Links www. An experiment is suggested to test one or several of these theoretical views. Hooper put forth an interesting theory involving the v x B terms dynamic electrical circuits.rexresearch. This concept is likewise consistent with a field-free interpretation such as Ampere' s original laws. Achieving lift by means of costly propellants will someday soon be seen as akin to primitive man' s use of awkward clubs as a means of exerting force. the Home Ionizer) as well healing the atmospheric properties over a longer period of time. SAIC Corp. There has been no critical experiment which can disprove whether a magnetic flux rotates with its source. With advances in new superconductivity technologies and with a NASA budget that is shrinking. Such devices has Hooper' s may give off charged negative ions and therefore may aid in the healthfulness of humans (Hence. This is an area where the experimental procedure is workable and the outcome could have direct results in the area of inertia forces.

610. magnetism and gravitation. Hooper: The Motional Electric Field Commentaries & Reviews US Patent # 3.971 All-Electric Motional Electric Field Generator by William Hooper Prior History ~ The detection of a magnetic flux about a current-carrying conductor was first made in 1820 by Hans Christian Oersted. J. . My experimental discovery that this magnetic flux actually moves along the conductor electric charges.rexresearch. Magnetic & Gravitational Field Theory US Patent # 3. the electric charges constituting the current. Figure 2 is a perspective block diagram of a preferred embodiment of the invention.013 Frances Gibson: The All-Electric Motional Field Generator William J Hooper: New Horizons in Electric. For a better understanding of the invention.com Home ~ Catalog ~ Order ~ Links W.37 www. has great promise of now unifying the three known fields of electricity. This discovery unified the then separate sciences of electricity and magnetism. reference should be had to the accompanying drawings wherein: Figure 1 is a schematic block diagram schematic of a preferred embodiment of the invention.656.

. Figure 5 illustrates the winding of the wire in the device of Figure 2.38 Figure 3 and Figure 4 illustrate modifications of the generator of Figure 2 adapted to techniques for studying and utilizing gravitational and antigravitational phenomena.

Thus. Background Information ~ The law of Biot and Savart yields the magnetic flux density B (webers/m2) at a point distant r meters from the conductor carrying a current of I amperes and is given by (Eq. and connected in series. for current directed in a linear conductor wire 12 at right angles to this paper and outwardly toward the reader. so as to form a solid package 18 preferably cylindrical in shape. at any point P. Preferred Embodiment ~ The preferred embodiment of the invention is illustrated in Figure 2 and consists in part of many insulated linear conductors indicated generally by numeral 16. Electrons producing this flux will be moving perpendicularly into the paper. as indicated by vector arrow 14. there will be existent a motional electric field of intensity E = B x V volts/meter directed radially inward toward the wire in the plane of the paper. at a velocity V meters/sec. carrying the flux B with them. this flux consists of circular magnetic loops directed counterclockwise. and Figure 8 illustrates a coil wound embodiment useful for producing the separation of oppositely charged ions in gases or liquids. Figure 7 illustrates the incorporation of a plurality of the devices of the invention into a spacecraft where they might be appropriately utilized. distant r1 from the long linear conductor 12.39 Figure 6 illustrates the winding of the wire in the device of Figure 4. where BxV is the vector cross product of B and V. all parallel. With reference to Figure 1 of the drawings. packed and held in close proximity. as shown by arrow 10. 1) B = moI/2pr where mo = 4p x 1017 webers/amp meter. When a constant direct current from a source 20 is caused to flow through wires 22 this device with .

however.6 x 1010 cm/sec in a current density of 480 amp/cm2. Not only dies the device that has been described in Figure 2 afford apparatus hitherto unavailable for the generation of a special distribution of the motion electric field. I have shown experimentally that the intensity of this field can be measured with the aid of an electrometer system 24. 28 driven by the potential difference induced electromagnetically in the conductors 30 connecting the electrometer to the capacitor plates 26a and 26b of the capacitor 26. No such spacially distributed field is known to Physics today except that of gravity. the invention contemplates that each of the devices described hereinafter will preferably be operated at or below the critical temperature at which the conductor used becomes superconducting. and acts as though the other was absent. it affords for the first time. I have shown theoretically that this field should act attractively on electrically neutral matter. This indicates that the intensity of the BxV field about the device. since surrounding it the magnetic flux due to the upward currents will be superimposed on the flux due to the downward currents. it is generally believed the drift velocity of electrons approaches the value of 108 cm/sec. 3) V = PD (volts)/Bl m/sec . As the state of the art advances new superconducting materials will undoubtedly become available with critical temperatures very considerably above the absolute zero.40 its axis in the vertical direction. 1962). herein described. each one exists. Hence. Theoretical calculations indicate that this velocity in copper at 20° C is of the order of 3. however. When the package 18 of linear conductors has a circular cross section there will exist two systems of circularly directed magnetic flux. The direct measurement of V meters/sec can then be made (Eq. At superconducting temperatures when the electrical resistance approaches zero. is that each of these two systems give rise to equal radially and inwardly directed BxV motional electric fields distributed laterally in horizontal planes in the space about the cylindrical device. so that no magnetic flux can be measured. a direct experimental method for determining the electron drift velocities and mobilities in linear conductors made of different materials. pages 681 and 691. The electrometer head 24 actuates a visual dial indicator 28. This velocity is 1010 times greater than the velocity at 20° C. When the cylindrical capacitor 26 is charged by the BxV field and its potential difference (PD) measured. is not electrostatic. (See "Physics". Wiley. one directed clockwise and the other counterclockwise as seen from above. Halliday and Resnick. What is of capital interest. In addition. and one set moving upward and the other set moving downward. It will be a noninductive device. J. The random velocity of free electrons in conductors is theoretically estimated at 108 cm/sec. half of the linear conductors 16 will have current flowing upward and half downward. and which I have shown experimentally to be immune to electrostatic shielding. it is determined by the equation (Eq. 2) PD (volts) = B x V• l where l is the distance between the thin capacitor plates. but it affords means for investigating the properties of this field in connection with its relation to gravity and antigravitational phenomena. might possibly be enhanced 1010 times at or near the absolute zero of temperature. Here we have a field which is not magnetic. At cryogenic temperatures the drift velocity of the electrons in the linear conductors will be greatly enhanced. On the well-recognized "Principle of Superposition of Fields".

Thus the differential force between the pull and the push upon the component parts of an atom results in the polarization of the atoms and a resultant attractive force. a cylindrical shell 42. a gravity meter placed centrally over it should give a measurable reading in milligals. the action of this field will either enhance or decrease the state of polarization already existing within the cylinder and produced by the gravitational field of the earth. better defined as a differential force. If the polarization is increased. the difference between a pull and push. The positive charges move slightly into the more intense region of the converging. should thus undergo a slight measurable deflection under a fairly strong BxV motional electric field. It is conceivable that the polarization could be reduced to zero. then the gravitational pull of the earth' s field should be greater. simple pendulum 32 suspended close to one side of my device of Figure 2. equivalent. When a fairly strong DC current I is fed through lines 52 and is built up in the coil. electrons. The BxV force being relatively weak does not ionize the atoms of matter. This flux in the act of collapsing should cross the walls of the suspended cylinder with a considerable inwardly directed horizontal velocity of V meters/sec. The Mathematical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism. 125. electrically polarizes them. by Sir James H.41 where B is in webers/m2. conductive or nonconductive material. in which the pull is greater (See reference to general theorem. The beam pivots about a support bar 48 and carries a load 50 to normally counterbalance the weight of the shell 42. In this case. Jeans). hence the pull and push exerted on the electric components of the atoms in the cylinder will be equal. However. (Eq. radially directed field while the negative charges move slightly further away from the device into the weaker portion of the field. but being immune to shielding. About one leg of the coil. In other words. is suspended by a carrier frame 44 from one end of a sensitive beam balance 46. This device will exhibit an attractive force on electrically neutral matter. In this device the motional electric field BxV is not convergent. electrically neutral. the flux density B is generated in the region of the cylindrical weight whose walls are at a distance r from the central axis of the coil and n is the number of linear conductors in the coil. 4) B = monI/2pr (webers/meter2) If the current I is suddenly cut off the flux B will rapidly collapse. to that of gravity. The BxV field is an electrical field acting on all the elementary charges comprising the atoms of matter. p.e. i. depending on the direction of the current in the coil. I believe. If the intensity of the . Figure 3 illustrates a rectangular coil 40 made up of a single wire passed many times in the coil configuration so as to provide a large leg A preferably having a circular cross-section. This causes a slight elongation of some of the electrons orbits within the atoms in the direction of the field. as I believe neutrons also consist of electrons and protons in close bond. At cryogenic temperatures this force should be greatly enhanced.. Modifications of my generator such as are shown in Figure 3 and Figure 4 show diverse methods for studying gravitational and antigravitational phenomena which the invention makes possible. When the device is lying horizontally. protons and even neutrons. made of electrically neutral. This should yield a very considerable vertical BxV in the walls of the cylinder directed wither up or down. but is uniformly vertical. A small. about pin 34. the object should be weightless. any cross-sectional configuration would meet the objects of the invention as long as the wires are parallel to each other and closely packed. If the polarization is decreased then the weight of the cylinder should be less.

DC current is supplied through lines 62 to the coil 60. then polarization in the opposite direction to that produced by the earth' s field should be achieved. Figure 6 illustrates the way the noninductive windings of the device illustrated in Figure 4 is achieved. Electrical current is passed to the coil 80 through wires 84. in the desalination of water. Figure 8 illustrates a modified embodiment of the invention which comprises a wire coil 80 either simply wound. A minimum space between adjacent turns with concentricity between adjacent turns is the preferred winding embodiment for coil 80. It is desirable to have an apparatus with which to experimentally study gravitational and antigravitational phenomena under steady continuous conditions. increments of fluid which are concentrated with chlorine and depleted of sodium may be drawn off through the stationary tube 90. hence it is not attractive in its action on neutral matter. Its action on such matter can only change the state of electrical polarization in the matter. the BxV field can only be directed vertically upward when a continuous DC current is flowing in the wires composing the disk 60. As many courses of turns as deemed appropriate to generate field strength will meet the objects of the invention. right circular cylinder. Both the coil 80 and tube 82 are stationary. This would be antigravity in its truest sense. In the region directly beneath this coil disk 60 I place a similarly shaped nonferrous disk 64. internal BxV field from the axis 86 of the cylinder to the internal circumference 80a of the coil 80. thick-walled. and at low temperature this coil will produce a radially. In Figure 4 of the drawings is shown another modification of the device shown in Figure 2. acts upon the disassociated ions of the sodium chloride in solution. or to actually be accelerated upward by the antigravitational action of the earth' s field. or noninductively wound. causing it to weigh less. One very long insulated wire is simply turned back on itself at its midpoint and wound double into a solid coil held together in the shape illustrated. Figure 5 of the drawings illustrates the manner in which the noninductive device in Figure 2 is wound with wire 22. It should be noted that this field is practically uniform and parallel close to the disk. In this event the earth' s gravitational field would act repulsively on the cylinder. Any change thus effected in the state of polarization should cause the earth' s gravitational field to act less intensely on any object placed close to the under surface of the device. by turning the linear conductors back on themselves through a 180° turn. The apparatus I have just been describing acts only momentarily (during the time interval in which the flux is collapsing) to change the weight of the cylinder shell 42 (shown in Figure 3). The tube 82 is preferable made of material having little or no magnetic permeability. For example.42 depolarizing BxV field is still further increased. a BxV electric field generated by the passage of current through the coil 80. Here I utilize a noninductive coil wound in the form of a solid. The beam 68 is pivotal about a fulcrum 70 and is counterbalanced by a load 72. Hence. and indicated generally by numeral 60. An apparatus of the type illustrated in Figure 8 might be utilized to effect separation and concentration of fluids. The electrical wire making up coil 80 is preferably a ribbonlike conductor which is coated with any appropriate electrical insulation. while the increments of fluid which are concentrated with sodium and depleted of chlorine may be drawn off through the space between the exterior walls of tube 90 and the interior walls of tube 82. by introducing a flwo of saline water at end 82a of tube 82. hollow. outward directed. suspended by a carrier 66 to the end of a beam 68. For positions of disk 64 below coil 60. low. Future Applications ~ . become weightless. around a hollow tube 82.

The antigravity gravity control features of the coils 73 and 74 thus control the lift and movement of vehicle 76. so that one might conceivably broadcast by radio from the interior of a solid metallic enclosure. The most formidable problem would appear to be the problem of holding the BxV generator at cryogenic temperatures. What is claimed is: 1. In a very short interval of time an intense BxV field should effect the reversal of the gravitational polarization of an object. but that the scope of the invention as defined in the appended claims. whether this barrier be solid concrete or battleship armor. A detonating circuit connected to the capacitor electrometer receiving circuit of my device such as shown in Figure 2 could be actuated through a solid barrier by our BxV generating coil placed on the other side of such a barrier. the future possible application of this device. No. this problem does not appear to be incapable of solution. etc. it might be highly desirable to transmit electrical power from one side of a fixed solid barrier. In view of the overall possibilities of this invention. it appears at present that DC current is much to be preferred. A breakthrough in finding superconducting materials or even near superconducting at slightly elevated temperatures from those presently required would greatly aid in the solution of this problem. Secret communications could be carried on and with the electrometer circuit as shown in Figure 2 connected to a relay broadcasting unit. in our BxV coil on one side of such a barrier. only the best known embodiments of the invention have been illustrated and described in detail.. Ser. Apparatus for demonstrating an electrical phenomenon comprising. Energy from the atoms of the earth would supply the lift and propulsion through the medium of the earth' s gravity field. only a very small expenditure of energy would be required to hold the polarization. 803. In accordance with the patent statures. a coil made from an . obtaining regulated lift by an operator 71 adjusting the current into the coils 73 and 74 which incorporate the structural features of the devices of Figure 4. Suitable cryogenic generators 73a and 74a are associated with each of the coils 73 and 74 to provide the cooling thereof to as near absolute zero as possible to give the enhanced current passage characteristics necessary to the objects of the invention. A resonating LC circuit could pick up these BxV pulsations and supply a source of electrical power on the other side of the barrier. identified above. concrete or armor plate. in a manner somewhat analogous to my electrical receiving methods outlined in US Patent Application. but it is to be understood that the invention is not limited thereto or thereby. This invention could be uniquely adapted to a communication system from one side of a solid barrier to the other side. It is conceivable that for some specialized purposes. Morse Code or even voice modulated signals to be picked up by a capacitor-electrometer circuit on the other side of the barrier. Once achieved.43 This country' s space projects have become expensive beyond the ability of the average man to comprehend.187. DC or AC. Figure 7 of the drawings illustrates in outline. by pulsing. It is conceivable that the invention might be useful in the highly specialized art of concealed detonation devices. While I have demonstrated that AC current can be used in my device. Achieving lift by means of costly propellants will some day be seen as akin to primitive man' s use of awkward clubs as a means of exerting force. by pulsing the BxV generator coil with signals.

rexresearch. 2. 5. Apparatus according to claim 1 where adjacent sections are electrically insulated from each other.com . where the coil forms a solid cylindrical shape with the sections parallel to the axis thereof. the conductor formed around the tube. Top ~ Home ~ Catalog ~ Order ~ Links www. Apparatus according to claim 3 where the means to enhance is a cryogenic generator which reduces the temperature of the conductor to or below its critical temperature at which it becomes superconductive. and the coil comprises a single wire bent back on itself to make the sections. Apparatus according to claim 1 which includes an elongated hollow tube having an axis. Apparatus according to claim 1 which includes means to increase the passage of current through the conductor.44 electrically conductive material having a very large plurality of sections compacted in close proximity arranged in substantially complementary relation around a common central axis. 3. and means to pass current through the coils so that about half of the sections will pass current in a direction opposite to the other sections to cancel magnetic flux. 4.

expressed in meters per second. Cl. Hooper: The Motional Electric Field Commentaries & Reviews US Patent # 3. Hooper April 11. Description ~ This invention relates to the generation of motionally induced electrical fields as distinct from electrostatic fields. Magnetic & Gravitational Field Theory US Patent # 3. and as distinct from the electric field (illustrated by transformer action) which is induced by the time rate of change of magnetic field induction. in the case of a non-uniform electrostatic field.656. how a "slab of dielectric will be sucked in between the plates of the condensor". Jeans describes. Particles (large or small) of matter (solid.com William J. as will be seen later. is the fact that a non-uniform electric field exerts a force upon electrically neutral matter. "The Mathematical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism".971 Frances Gibson: The All-Electric Motional Field Generator William J Hooper: New Horizons in Electric.610. In his celebrated text. It is well known that a particle carrying a charge Q (coulombs) in an electric field of intensity E (Newton/coulomb) will be acted upon by a force F (Newton) given by the equation F = EQ. 125). where B is the magnetic flux density at a point in space. however. The motional electric field generated by rotational motion of magnetic flux is non-uniform in both direction and radial intensity.45 Fonte: http://www." According . The electric intensity of E of a motional electric field is given by the vector equation E = B x V. thus demonstrating the mechanical force produced by such a field. and V is the velocity of the moving magnetic flux at that point in space. What is not so well known. all reference herein to a motional electric field means the electric field that is generated by the movement of magnetic flux.rexresearch.013 Apparatus for Generating Motional Electric Field William J. 1972 US Cl. Hence. He states (p. H02k 1/00 Abstract ~ An apparatus for producing and demonstrating properties of motional electric fields by means of rotating magnetic flux produced by a plurality of magnets extending parallel with the axis of rotation. "This. expressed in webers per square meter. is a particular case of a general theorem that any piece of dielectric is acted on by forces which tend to drag it from the weaker to the stronger parts of an electric field of force. said flux of these magnets being put into rotation about a common axis by mechanical or by electromagnetic means. liquid or gaseous) which are within the ambit if this motional electric field are acted upon with a force which tends to accelerate them. 310/10 ~ Intl. Sir James H.

Positively charged particles will be forced in the direction of the vector E. If the thumb of the right hand is pointed in the direction of the magnetic flux density vector B. has. B. or another array of magnets. every charged. then the forefinger of the right hand will point in the direction of the electric vector E. and then rotated like a right-handed screw so that it points in the direction of the velocity V of the moving magnetic flux. When such an array of magnets is rotated about the axis of the rotor. stated by Jeans. such a non-uniform field will exert a physical force on any kind of electrically neutral matter. will be acted upon by a force due to the electric intensity E. be quite generally directed radially with respect to the axis of rotation. the magnetic field of each is rotated with it. not heretofore been provided. an elongate magnetic field can be rotated about its axis. While the composite magnetic field is thus in rotary motion. and electrically neutral matter will be pulled from the weaker regions of field intensity to the stronger regions. 181). and V are always (with a possible exception) mutually at right angles to each other. Since the motional electric field acts within and throughout all matter. and all have the same polar orientation relative to the rotor. Apparatus for demonstrating the "general theorem". Accordingly. As another example. in the case of the non-uniform motional electric field. II. in a manner quite analogous to that of the electrostatic field with respect to dielectric material. negatively charged particles will be forced in the opposite direction. p. faraday discovered that the electric field due to electromagnetic induction penetrated within and throughout all materials. or uncharged particle of matter (solid. The several objectives of the invention may be accomplished by rotating an elongate magnetic field about an axis which is concentric with the field and parallel with the field' s elongation. This latter mechanical force is called a differential force due to the action of the field on the internal electrical polarization of the neutral matter. except at the axial ends of the magnetic field. reversing the polar orientation of the magnets relative to the axis of rotation likewise reverses the sign (positive or negative) of the motionally induced electric field. Another object of the invention is to provide apparatus for obtaining useful work from a nonuniform motional electric field.46 to Clerk Maxwell in "electricity and magnetism" (Vol. Reversing . rotation of the magnetic field in a clockwise direction will generate a motionally induced electric field of sign (positive or negative) opposite that which is generated when the rotation is counterclockwise. an array of magnets may be mounted on a rotor so that all magnets are parallel with the axis of the rotor. The motional electric field is just such a field. with magnetic axis concentric with the rotational axis may also be employed to enhance the flux density of the array of magnets by flux linking with them. With a given polar orientation of magnets relative to the axis of rotation. without mechanical movement. The rotation of the composite magnetic flux about its axis produces a motional electric field which will. The possible exception is in the case of a magnet having a homogenous electrically conductive core of perfectly circular cross-section. by provision of stationary solenoidal electromagnets arrayed like the staves of a barrel and connected to a source of multi-phase alternating current (half-wave rectified to prevent reversal of sign) in a manner comparable to the stator winding of a three-phase motor to produce "revolving field". it is one of the objects of the present invention to provide a device for generating a non-uniform motional electric field whose force is of magnitude such that it can be sensed. For any given sense of rotation. in which case the force of the electric field may be somewhat off radial. liquid or gaseous) within the non-uniform motional electric field thus generated in the neighborhood of the rotor. For example. The three vectors E. A solenoidal electromagnet.

Figure 2 is a diagrammatic view representing a side elevation of the arrangement shown in Figure 1. in which a plurality of commonplace permanent magnets are mounted upon a rotor. and secondly from the opposite axial end) produces no change in sign (positive or negative) of the motionally induced electric field. nested one within the other. there is an embodiment in which a pair of oppositely rotating rotors. In the accompanying drawings. but oppositely oriented on the respective rotors. Also. through which particles of matter can be moved and their response to the motional electric field perceptibly demonstrated. The first embodiment is one in which an array of electromagnets is mounted on a rotor having a hollow center. In the accompanying drawings: Figure 1 is a diagrammatic view illustrating the effect of rotating an array of spaced permanent magnets about an axis which is parallel with each of the magnets when all magnets have corresponding polar orientation. are each provided. there are two model schematics to illustrate in its simplest form the principle of the invention. three embodiments of the invention are exemplified. with an array of electromagnets oriented as aforesaid on each rotor. and illustrating the external magnetic flux paths of the several permanent magnets.47 both the direction of rotation and the polar orientation of the magnets (a situation exemplified by viewing the apparatus first from one axial end. . and wherein the effect of the motionally induced electric fields can be perceptibly demonstrated by the behavior of particles of matter externally to the rotor. Second. on its circumference.

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Figure 3 is a perspective view of a rotor for generating a radially directed motional electric field in accordance with one embodiment of the invention, wherein electromagnets are arrayed within a hollow rotor with axes parallel to that of the rotor;

Figure 4 is a sectional view taken along a diametric plane of the rotor shown in Figure 3, together with it cooperating parts;

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Figure 5 is a sectional view along line 5-5 of Figure 4, and showing, in addition, driving means of the rotor;

Figure 6 is a sectional view taken along a diametric plane of a stationary form of apparatus similar to that shown in Figures 3,4, and 5, but wherein the magnetic flux field is rotated electromagnetically by phase displacement;

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Figure 7 is a sectional view taken along line 7-7 of Figure 6;

Figure 8 is a wiring diagram for the apparatus shown in Figures 6 and 7.

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Figure 9 is a longitudinal sectional view of an apparatus having a plurality of rotors for generating a BxV electric field;

Figure 10 is a sectional view taken along line 10-10 of Figure 9, and

the axis of rotation is designated 1. neutral or charged. The external flux fields from the respective permanent magnets 3. and parallel with the axis about which they are to be rotated. 4. as shown in Figure 1. if any. which is within the ambit of the catena of magnetic flux fields. In Figure 1. if any. 7. and 6 are illustrated in Figure 2. to the reader' s right. 4. The periphery of such a rotor is designated by the circle 2. as shown in Figure 2. and low. wherein a catena f magnetic flux fields. preferably composed of material having low. and 8 is appropriately secured to the periphery of the rotor with the respective magnets in equi-spaced relationship. 5. With such an arrangement. a series of permanent magnets 3. electrical conductivity. a BxV motional electric field will be generated both externally and internally of rotor periphery 2 upon rotation of the rotor. is produced by arranging an array of rod-type permanent magnets parallel with each other. In Figure 1 and Figure 2. In the form shown. magnetic permeability. such a particle P. the principle of the invention is diagrammatically illustrated with the utmost simplicity. where it will be observed that the external flux path of all magnets is from right to left. The thus generated motional electric field will exert a radially directed force upon every particle of matter. a relationship designated by the plus (+) marks in Figure 1. The magnitude of the so impressed electric field intensity will . 6. all with the same polar orientation. 5. and all with their north poles addressed in the same direction which. Considering the rotation to be in the direction of arrows 9 and the polar attraction of the several permanent magnets to be as illustrated.52 Figure 11 is a diagrammatic illustration of an apparatus for exhibiting moving field phenomena. is in the direction of the reader or. and may be considered as the center of a shaft of a rotor. the flux fields of all magnets may be concurrently rotated about axis 1.

the force of the B x V electric field will be radially inward as indicated by the solid line arrow attached to particle P. may be reversed by reversing the direction of rotation of the rotor. and is increased by an increase in the flux density at a given speed of rotation. The adjacent surfaces of magnets 210 and 220 being of opposed polarity are spaced apart. with the particle P stationary. and if the particle P is electrically neutral. it will tend to move in the direction of increasing electrical intensity E. The lines of magnetic flux are shown in the drawing and indicated generally by numeral 262. In the relationship of field and particle shown in Figure 1. however. with the brass rod 250 at a point in the gap 240 between magnets 210 and 220. and I have devised certain methods and apparatus for utilizing this phenomenon as in the production of localized and high intensity electric fields. commonplace permanent magnets produce insufficient flux density in their external flux paths to impress upon a particle of charged matter such as P. where R is the radial displacement of particle P from axis 1. and in such event V will be 2 R times S. I have demonstrated that under certain conditions. the magnitude of the force impressed upon it is increased when the speed of rotation of the rotor is increased at a given flux density. In order to complete an electrical circuit through galvanometer 270 and conductor 280 to the brass rod 250 and conductor 260. The sign of the electric field may be either positive (acting radially outward from the axis of rotation) or negative (acting radially inward toward the axis of rotation). a . an apparatus for demonstrating certain magnetic phenomena is illustrated in diagrammatic form. at least at speed of rotation within practical limits.53 depend upon the magnetic flux concentration at the particle P and the relative velocity between the flux field and the particle P. as well as higher velocities V. if particle P is a proton or a positively charged molecule. The term "unipolar induction" has been used to indicate the induction of an electric field in the vicinity of an axially symmetrical magnetic system rotating about its axis of symmetry. A magnetic system. it is believed by many that the magnetic field is stationary. which. the magnetic lines can be made to move. providing an air gap 240 therebetween. There has been disagreement about whether as the magnetic system is rotated the lines of magnetic induction are carried with it or remain stationary while the magnetic system rotates through them. and the direction of rotation indicated by arrow 9. With the polar orientation shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2. A stiff conductor 260 is electrically connected by a collar 261 at one end in rotatable or fixed relation as selectively desired. but if particle P is an electron or a negatively charged molecule. indicated generally by numeral 200. if particle P is in motion. includes a pair of permanent magnets 210 and 220 which are axially magnetized and mounted in axial alignment between the ends of a U-shaped yoke 230 of highly permeable magnetic material. the product (BxV) increases radially inward. later to be described. at least. For practical purposes. The magnetic system 200 is rotatable about rod 250. The other end of conductor 260 extends substantially perpendicularly from rod 250 to a distance in space away from the magnets and yoke where the magnetic field falls to approximately zero intensity. the practical embodiments of the invention. The direction in which the force of the motionally induced electric field acts upon particle P is always perpendicular to the magnetic flux field B and to its velocity V. and where S is the revolutions per unit of time made by the rotor. For example. its velocity must be considered in arriving at the relative velocity V (in the formula E = B x V) the disclosure will be simplified if the particle P be considered as stationary. Hence. A brass rod 250 extends axially through magnets 210 and 220. the particle will tend to move radially outward as shown by the broken line arrow. Turning now to Figure 11 of the drawings. make use of electromagnets of a form capable of producing external flux densities of vastly greater flux density B. for any given polar orientation shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2. an electric force of sufficient magnitude that the force of the electric field can be measured with ease. While. Increase of E requires either that both B and V be increasing or that one be increasing at a sufficiently greater rate than the other is decreasing so that the product (BxV) increases. when a bar magnet is rotated about its magnetic axis. Consequently.

the several electromagnets are arranged as sectors of a cylindrical annulus. This action causes induction of current in the galvanometer circuit exactly as occurs when the entire magnetic structure exactly as occurs when the entire magnetic structure or the conductor itself are moved. magnetic permeability may be interposed between them. if desired. it can be demonstrated that the magnetic flux within the air core of a solenoid may be rotated about its magnetic axis. a space of relatively low. it should be noted that the magnetic flux does not link the galvanometer circuit in the usual sense that this term is used. s0. A brass tube formed in the shape of a toroidal C has a winding applied to its entire length with holes drilled in the tubing to receive a bras rod. the above-described procedures produce similar galvanometer deflections. While in the form shown. a voltage is induced which provides a deflection of galvanometer 270. the driving motion will be reciprocal because of the connection of wires 280 and 264. The same deflection is obtained whether or not the magnets 210 and 220 rotate with the yoke 230 or are held stationary while the yoke alone is rotated. whereby to minimize the likelihood of relative movement radially inward as at standstill. Any suitable means may be employed for securing the several electromagnets to the shell of the rotor. when the conductor 260 is held fixed and the magnetic system 200 rotated through the same angular displacement about rod 250. Furthermore. it will be understood that when and if desired. Normally. as well as in the interest of achieving substantial uniformity of external flux density throughout the inside circular area of the rotor. Thus. at the same given angular speed. the several electromagnets 11-22 are shown in circumferentially wedged relationship. if any. the several electromagnets can be circumferentially spaced one from the other. there is no deflection of the galvanometer. 18. Furthermore. With the winding energized. As seen in the cross-section of Figure 5. With this apparatus. This indicates clearly that the lines of magnetic induction in the quantity rotate about the axis of rotation 250 as if they were rigidly attached to the magnetic system 200. a similar voltage of exactly the same magnitude but opposite direction is induced in the galvanometer circuit. 13. Referring now to Figure 3. and. 21. It has also been found that the permanent magnets 210 and 220 may be replaced by an electromagnet and the results described above duplicated. 12. . 19. and 22 of the solenoid type. This application is concerned with certain methods and apparatus which make use of the phenomena described above. 14. it appears that the yoke structure plays an important part in controlling movement of the magnetic flux. 14. if the magnetic system 200 is held fixed and a given angular displacement imparted to conductor 260 by rotating it horizontally about or with rod 250 through the air gap at a given angular speed. A most important aspect of the operation of the apparatus of Figure 11 is noted when the magnets 210 and 220 are held fixed in relation to the conductor 260 and rod 250 and the yoke 230 is rotated about the rod 250.54 flexible and extensible electrical wire 264 connects the end of conductor 260 to the galvanometer 270. However. a tubular rotor 10 is provided on its inner periphery with 12 keystone cross-sectional electromagnets 11. Figure 4. 16. but that a current is induced in the galvanometer circuit through the action of the conductor 260 in merely cutting across the field extending between adjacent faces of magnets 210 and 220. A gear 252 locked alternatively by set screw 254 to rod 250 or by set screw 256 to yoke 230 can serve to provide driving motion to either the rod 250 or by set screw 256 to yoke 230 as selectively desired. 17. for the purposes of the experiment. as 250 in the structure shown in Figure 11. Furthermore. and Figure 5 for an illustration of the second embodiment. if the magnetic yoke 230 and conductor 260 are held fixed and magnets 210 and 220 rotated.

to the opposite end thereof. The first course of winding begins at 49. with respect to the frame 37. bolting. with the pitch of the helix reversed from that in the first course. and may be appropriately secured together as by riveting. whereupon. in practice. but at each end the cores are curved so as to provide faces 47 and 48 addressed radially inward. Once the several solenoids have been positioned within the longer shell piece 23. At the end of shell piece 23. While the drawings show only two courses of conductor about each core 46. The rotor is mounted upon an appropriate frame 37. the second course is wound helically over the first course. in the event the shell piece is formed of electrically conductive material. there is provided an inner race 40 and 41 for each of two ball bearing sets whose outer races 42 and 43 are appropriately mounted to the respective ends of the rotor 10. there may be many more courses. remote from flange 25. and proceeds in helically wound fashion with the minimum of space between adjacent turns about core 46. it may be divided in twain radially. having opposite stationary stub axles in the form of ferrules 38 and 39 which project toward each other. the apparatus is intended to concentrate the magnetic flux of the several solenoids radially inward. As shown in Figure 4. the exterior cylindrical surface of rotor 10 serves as a pulley for a drive belt 44 which connects the rotor to a source of power 45. The slip ring 27 is connected through a conductor 31 to the free end on the inner course of the solenoid winding for each of the electromagnets 11-22. The slip ring 28 is connected through a conductor 32 to the free end of the outer course of winding in each of the solenoids 11-22. they may be formed of material having a high magnetic permeability. the shorter shell piece 24 may be applied as a cap so that flanges 25 and 26 abut. On the projecting portion of each of ferrules 38 and 39. The shell pieces 23 and 24. in a manner well understood in the art. about an axis concentric with the rotor 10. To minimize the radially outward escape of magnetic flux from the several solenoids. Instead of dividing the rotor shell in twain axially. or in cases where it is desired to shield the exterior from the escape of magnetic flux. a well as their interconnecting means. without interrupting the continuity of the conductor. the two pieces 23 and 24 are cup-shaped. the shell thereof is made of at least two pieces 23 and 24. All 12 solenoids are connected so that the direction of electric current flow is the same in all solenoids. parallel to the axis of the rotor. may be separated from the shell piece by sub-rings 29 and 30. any gaps between successive turns in the first course are overlapped by turns in the second course. so that the rotor 10 is free-running.55 In order to facilitate the assembly of the several key-shaped electromagnets on the interior of the rotor as shown. and are respectively provided with outwardly extending flanges 25 and 26. In the form shown in Figures 3-5. it will be understood that. In the form shown in Figures 3-5. the several cores 46 are of squat U-shape. may be formed of material having little or no magnetic permeability. there is provided a pair of slip rings 27 and 28 which. or cementing. welding. and to facilitate this each of the solenoids is provided with a core 46 of material having high magnetic permeability. The energizing current is supplied from an external source through conductors 33 and 34 and brushes 35 and 36. they are preferably wound of ribbon-like conductor which is coated with any appropriate electrical insulation. but any other suitable mean of driving the rotor in rotation may be utilized. for the most part. in which event the two halves will have axially extending joints when assembled and may be held in such assembled position by banding or other appropriate means capable of sustaining the centrifugal force to which the rotor will be subject in use. In the embodiment shown. and extend. In this way. With the several solenoids connected through the slip rings to a source of direct current as above- . of appropriate insulating material.

56 described. the magnetic field generated by each of the solenoids 11 through 22. all core ends 47 are North poles. its path may be confined within controllable limits. However. acts upon the disassociated ions of sodium chloride in solution. and 8 has no moving parts. and the core 52 is telescoped on tube 50. A tube 50 of circular cross-section is mounted in fixed relationship within the respective ferrules 38 and 39. increments of fluid which are concentrated with sodium and depleted if chlorine may be drawn off through the stationary tube 55. penetrates the interior of tube 50. it is wound on a cylindrical core 52 of material having little or no magnetic permeability. add one more proton to the Tritium nucleus and it becomes Helium. As shown in Figure 6. the adjacent end of solenoid 51 will be its South pole. the BxV field tends to drive the positively charged sodium cations toward the center. but the rotor rotates about the axis of the tube 50. into the bight of the squat U-shaped solenoids 11-22. the internal path of magnetic flux in solenoid 51. and Figure 8. The tube 50 is preferably made of material having little or no magnetic permeability. and all core ends 48 are South poles. which is coincident with. its organization is. and by providing a concentric separating tube 55 at end 56 of tube 50. Thus. in which event tube 55 is omitted and electrodes are provided at opposite ends 54 and 56 of tube 50. and tends to drive the negatively charged chlorine anions away from the center of tube 50. Heretofore. The BxV electric field has the further effect of driving hydrogen protons toward the center of the tube. by introducing a flow of saline water at end 54 of tube 50. Add one neutron to a hydrogen atom nucleus. The stationary solenoid 51 is energized through appropriate leads (not shown) from conductors 33 and 34 or other source of direct current. difficulty has been encountered in maintaining the plasma of the arc in a relatively straight path between the electrodes as it tends to wiggle and extinguish itself when it makes contact with one of the confining walls. Solenoid 51 may be wound directly on tube 50. the core ends 47 are North poles. Such an apparatus has a demonstrable effect in the separation and concentration of fluids. 7. through tube 50. For example. the BxV electric field generated by the rotating magnetic fields. and it becomes tritium. A third embodiment of the apparatus is shown in Figure 6. by impressing a BxV electric field upon such an arc. in general. and there is produced the isotope known as Dueterium. it will be understood that all the solenoids 11-22 have the same polar orientation with respect to the axis of rotation of the rotor. that is to say that when. During each rotation. and in the same direction as. This is explained by the fact that if the rotor 10 be rotated in the direction shown by the arrows in Figure 5. particles of matter within the tube 50 are within the motional electric field generated by the rotating magnetic flux. Another utility of the apparatus shown is that of transmuting hydrogen into helium. For example. while the increments of fluid which are concentrated with chlorine and depleted of sodium may be drawn of through the space between the exterior walls of tube 55 and the interior walls of tube 50. A stationary solenoid 51 is fixedly mounted on the exterior of tube 50 in a position such as to fit. and hence the last two digits of the reference characters utilized in the previous embodiment. but in the form shown. and when the rotor is driven in rotation. as well as that generated by solenoid 51. Figure 7. with clearance. Thus. Hence. as aforesaid. With the significant exception that the embodiment of Figures 6. add one more neutron to the Dueterium nucleus. so that an electric arc may be established between them. and driving electrons away from the center of the tube. those magnetic fields rotate collectively about the axis of tube 50. and is so connected that its magnetic polarity is opposite that of solenoids 11-22. quite similar to that shown in Figure 4 and Figure 5. a . The tube 50 is stationary. the magnetic flux of solenoids 11-22 has an external path. in the desalination of water.

and since solenoids 111 will reach their peak of magnetic flux. and securely mounted in any suitable way with their pole faces 147 and 148 contiguous with. a revolving magnetic field is created. 102. It will be apparent to those skilled in the art that since the four solenoids of like phase are arranged in quadrature with each other. and 113. Leads 101 and 101' serve all four of solenoids 111.57 cylindrical tube 150 has a solenoid 151 wound on the exterior thereof.Both shafts 73 and 74 may be driven at the same rotational speed. and 113 is coincident with. have cores which are made of material having little or no magnetic permeability. 105. 112. and is energized with direct current from a suitable source through leads 153. tube 150. the external path of all magnetic flux generated in the solenoids 111. When such an arrangement is supplied with alternating current at high frequency. and which also has the property of electrical conductivity for shielding electrostatic fields. and are of the same polar orientation with respect to . wherein the respective rotors are driven in opposite directions. Such capacitor is to coordinate the capacity and inductance of input. as in the case of the previous embodiment. leads 103 and 103' for the third phase. the several squat U-shaped solenoids 111. there is a rectifier 104. In this embodiment. reference may be had to Figure 9 and Figure 10. and 113. Across leads 101 and 101' . of keystone-shaped cross-section. to wit: leads 101 and 101' for the first phase. the several squat U-shaped solenoids 111. such as tubes 146 of paperboard wound to a keystone shape with hollow interior. there is provided a capacitor 107. there will be no reversal of the direction of magnetic flux generated by any of solenoids 111. and the consequent utilization of the half cycles which all flow in the same direction. In each of leads 101. A yoke 75 is fixedly mounted to shaft 73 for rotation with it. a plurality of solenoidal electromagnets 77 are fixedly mounted thereto. and addressed toward the axis of. and the third phase of the alternating current is connected to all solenoids 113. each phase of which has been half-wave rectified to produce direct current pulsating at alternate half cycles. respectively. between the rectifier 104 and the respective solenoids 111. but in opposite senses. leads 102 and 102' serve all four of solenoids 112. One phase of the alternating current is connected to all solenoids 112. so that the external magnetic flux path from solenoids 111-113 is coincident with. which is to say that if ends 147 of the solenoids 111-113 are the North poles thereof. and the latter 120 degrees ahead of solenoids 113 reaching their peak flux. as shown in the wiring diagram of Figure 8. and 113. and to neutralize the effect of induction in solenoids 111 by adjacent solenoids during the off half-cycle of energization. and 113. 112. The device there sown is intended to be encased in an electrically grounded box 70 of material which has a high magnetic permeability. Within the box 70. The yoke is cup-shaped with cylindrical skirt 76. 112. the internal flux generated by direct current energization of solenoid 151. and hence. where a threephase alternator 100 is provided with six leads arranged I three pairs. 112. there is mounted a shaft 73 and an independent shaft 74. In a suitable frame having spaced pedestals 71 and 72. About the inner periphery of skirt 76. leads 102 and 102' for the second phase. In the embodiment shown in Figures 6-8. The respective phases are not electrically interconnected. The several electromagnets extend parallel with the common axis of rotation of shafts 73 and 74. the adjacent end of solenoid 151 is its South pole. and 113 are energized with non-interconnected three-phase alternating current. and leads 103 and 103' serve all four of solenoids 113. the same results are achievable with this embodiment as with the previous embodiment but without any mechanical parts. the magnetic polarity of solenoid 151 is opposite that of the solenoids 111. and in the same direction as. the internal flux path of solenoid 151. and 103. and 106. and segregating that effect from the effect of stray magnetic and electrostatic forces. and in the same direction as. 112. such as a thousand cycles per second. are wound as described in connection with the previous embodiment. a capacitor 108 is connected between leads 103 and 103' . of which there are four each or any multiple of four. Due to the rectification of the alternating current. however.there is a compound rotor machine. For the purpose of illustrating the effect of the BxV electric field. Likewise. As in the previous embodiment. 112. A plurality of squat U-shaped solenoids 111.

The several solenoids 77 are preferably designed to create external magnetic flux fields of flux density approximately equal and opposite to those created by electromagnets 81 and 99. & Magn. If desired. it is desirable to take measures which keep the apparatus cool. Such demonstration might be through a capacitor and electrometer as shown in Figure 9. slip rings 88 and 89. by Ralph W. and conductors 90 and 91. Accordingly. This may involve resort to such means as: winding the several solenoids with so-called "super-conductors" such as that known commercially as "Supercon". each of which is an identical solenoid. The respective solenoids 76 and 76 are preferably connected in parallel circuit relationship.". p. the several solenoids 81 are all energized so as to have the same polar orientation with respect to their axis of rotation. as contemplated. 1963 Ed.brushes 86 and 87. may be in parallel. since their rotation is in opposite senses. each flux field acts as if the other were not present. While several illustrative embodiments of the invention have been disclosed in detail. the principles of the invention are susceptible of application I a vast variety of forms with0out departing from the spirit of the invention or the scope of the appended claims. their resultant effect. the solenoids 77 which rotate with shaft 73 have opposite magnetic polar orientation to those (81) which rotate with shaft 74. and its effect on the outside of shielding box 70 is demonstrable. but with the principle of superposition ("Elec. As in the previous case. and as shown. Each of the solenoids is energized from a suitable source of direct current through conductors 68 and 69.. the several solenoids 81 may be surrounded by a simple solenoid 99 wound helically thereabout and electrically connected in parallel or series relationship with solenoids 81 and to conductors 97-98 so that the current flow through solenoid 99 is in the same direction as through solenoids 81. brushes 82 and 83. Thus the winding 99 serves the dual purpose of boosting the magnetic fields generated by solenoids 81 and of mechanically binding the later to the surface of hub 78.58 those shafts. is cumulative. 202). but if desired. In order to achieve the maximum flux density and hence the maximum BxV electric field density. The apparatus defined in the following claims is believed by the applicant to demonstrate his unique theory disclosed above. may be in series so long as uniform polar orientation is maintained. the shafts 73 and 74 are driven in rotation simultaneously. On the contrary. The solenoids of the several electromagnets 77 are energized from a suitable source of direct current through conductors 84 and 85. The several electro magnets 77 have identical solenoids wound. slip rings 95 and 96. into which is rotatably fitted a pilot 80 projecting concentrically from shaft 73. but if desired. insofar as concerns the generation of a BxV electric field. On the outer periphery of hub 78. Shaft 74 is provided with a hub 78 having a coaxial bore 79. and each of which has an identical core of material having high magnetic permeability. All of the solenoids 81 are preferably connected in series circuit relationship. What is claimed is: . even though the resultant magnetic flux density there is approximately zero. about identical cores of material having high magnetic permeability. there is mounted a plurality of electromagnets 81. or refrigerating the apparatus as by immersing it in a bath of liquid helium which is capable of maintaining a temperature of approximately 4 degrees Absolute. Winch. When. Despite the fact that the flux fields created by the responsive series of electromagnets 77 and 81 and 89 are oppositely directed. and conductors 97 and 98. it is not to be understood that the invention is limited to those embodiments. but in opposite directions. in the same manner previously described. for example. the external BxV electric field is intensified at the exterior of the device.

the conductor extending a sufficient distance beyond the magnets so that its other end is located at a point where the magnetic field from the magnets falls to approximately zero intensity. the electromagnets being fixedly mounted on the rotor with each electromagnet extending parallel to the axis of rotation thereof. a cylindrical rotor. (5) Apparatus for demonstrating magnetic phenomena. a plurality of electromagnets. comprising: a U-shaped yoke of highly permeable magnetic material. means to energize the solenoids of the electromagnets from a direct current source. means to energize the solenoids of the electromagnets from a direct current source. a pair of permanent magnets mounted in axial alignment between the ends of the yoke. one magnet being mounted to each leg of the yoke.59 (1) An apparatus or generating an electric field. and enclosure surrounding the frame and the rotor. each of which is an identical solenoid having a core formed of a material having a high magnetic permeability. (3) Apparatus according to claim 1 wherein the solenoids are connected in parallel circuit relationship. a plurality of electromagnets. and where the magnets are axially magnetized and adjacent faces are of opposite polarity. the electromagnets being affixed to the inner cylindrical surface of the rotor. the enclosure being formed of an electrically conductive material the enclosure being grounded. the enclosure being formed of an electrically conductive material. (4) Apparatus for demonstrating magnetic phenomena comprising: a frame. and means surrounding at least a portion of the enclosure to detect and measure the electric field generated during rotation of the energized rotor. the solenoids being energized so as to maintain a uniform polar orientation. (2) Apparatus according to claim 1 wherein the rotor is a hollow cylindrical rotor. and circuit means connecting the ends of the conductor to the galvanometer to measure current flow through the conductor. (6) Apparatus according to claim 5 wherein the magnets are rotatably mounted to the yoke for rotation about the axis of the rod. the electromagnets being fixedly mounted on the rotor with each electromagnet extending parallel to the axis of rotation thereof. an electrically conductive non-magnetic rod extending axially through the magnets. a galvanometer. a shaft journalled on the frame and supporting the rotor for rotation about its longitudinal axis. a stiff conductor mounted at one end to the rod for rotation relative to the yoke in a plane perpendicular to the rod and intermediate the magnets. . a shaft journalled on the frame and supporting the rotor for rotation about its longitudinal axis. the solenoids being energized so as to maintain a uniform polar orientation. each of which is an identical solenoid having a core formed of a material having a high magnetic permeability. comprising: a frame. and an enclosure surrounding the frame and the rotor. a cylindrical rotor. the enclosure being grounded.

I tried to perform an experiment with a vacuum tube generator which he had designed. Gibson. Hooper as secretary and laboratory assistant. Inc. It is based entirely on the theory and experimental work of Dr. Hooper' s manuscript have asked for more experimental data. MA. Elsah. Berkeley. On my first attempt I burned out the tube. Hooper passed on in 1971. William J. Hooper: The Motional Electric Field Commentaries & Reviews US Patent # 3.013 William J Hooper: New Horizons in Electric. Copyright 1983. Gibson This is the written version of a talk given at the Second International Symposium on NonConventional Energy Technology in Atlanta.60 William J. . 1983). and with that I lost confidence in my ability to do the research on my own. Akron. PhD in Physics from the University of California. GA (February 10. Magnetic & Gravitational Field Theory The All-Electric Motional Field Generator & Its Potential by Frances W. OH 44310 Preface ~ From 1968 to 1971. financed the research of Dr. Electrodynamic Gravity. He explained his theory and the intent of each experiment to me as the work progressed. and with the hope that it would spark an interest in someone who would want to carry on the research. After Dr. my husband.610. BA. Warren W. IL. I was personally present when every experiment was performed during this time..971 US Patent # 3. Many people who have read Dr. Hooper. I worked with Dr. William J. Hooper. 34 W. Tallmadge Ave. and formerly Professor Emeritus at Principia College. This paper includes that information. I satisfied my desire to continue the work with the publication and sale of his manuscript.656. There has been much interest expressed in his theory and research. but to my knowledge there is no one presently continuing the work.

whether a conductor is present in this space or not. and is present therein. which has characteristics similar to an electric field except for its inability to be shielded. and Gravitational Field Theory. the induced field of the electron would dominate. Hooper was sure he had done this. which is very familiar. with a properly designed ultra-high frequency receiving circuit. After contemplating the structure of the atom. free from pollutants. he was convinced that Moray had tapped the earth' s gravitational field. as he had been issued patents on two . Let us review again the nature of this motionally induced electric field. their motion would create in the space surrounding the atom this motional E field.61 Frances G. he pondered the possibility that this field was akin to gravity. acted like miniature magnets. Hooper challenged the assumption of electromagnetic theory that there was only one electric field in nature. the electrostatic. The field created by the motion of both the positive and negative charges would cancel to some degree. Correctly defined. and the motionally induced electric field. so he decided to concentrate his research on proving his theory. He also determined that the field produced by the translational motion of these charges would vary inversely as the cube of the distance. He determined that the field due to the orbital motion of these charges would vary inversely as the square of the distance. incorporating an antenna. If his theory is correct. New Horizons in Electric. which is the product of relative motion between a conductor and a magnetic field. This paper will not deal with his extensive shielding experiments which are thoroughly described in his manuscript and were done before my time. Hooper concluded that if the charged particles in the atom. Dr. which is produced by a changing magnetic field intensity. This phenomenon has been little thought of as involving the production of a spacially distributed electric field. Hooper felt might be related to gravity. but because the velocity of the negative electron in orbit is greater than the velocity of the positive proton in the nucleus. When magnetic flux is moved perpendicularly across a conductor. It arises from the operation called flux-cutting. a transistor valve. Dr. These observations may totally unite electromagnetic and gravitational field theory and account for the strong and weak forces in the atom. wherein the electric field is motionally induced within the space occupied by themoving magnetic flux. William J. Therefore. 1) E = B x V It is this field that Dr. and he expected Moray to complete this work for mankind. Dr. and that led to more challenges of current theory. I will hereafter refer to this field as the motional E field. When he learned of the work of Thomas Henry moray. especially the electrons and protons. Hooper envisioned the ability to tap the gravitational field of any planetary body for electrical energy. and oscillating tank circuits. Dr. Gibson The All-Electric Motional Field Generator & Its Potential The history of scientific progress shows that new discoveries often are not made until some old assumptions are challenged and found to be wrong. we say that an emf is electromagnetically induced within the conductor. (Eq. A table on page 15 of his book shows the major differences in the properties of these fields. Hooper defines three electric field with distinct characteristics: the electrostatic. Magnetic. When he passed on in 1971. an electromagnetically induced electric field of vector intensity B x V makes its appearance in this space at right angles to both B and V. When all his experiments indicated that the motionally induced electric field was incapable of being shielded by ordinary electrostatic or magnetic shielding materials. In his manuscript. the transformer electric field. we can say that when magnetic flux of vector intensity B is moved across a region of space with vector velocity V. Dr. the same as gravity.

were then sealed together with epoxy in the shape of a right circular cylinder. a transformer electric field is present in the space surrounding it. These nine-inch linear conductors. and the vibration and noise of the motors interfered with his attempts to measure the field with either a capacitor connected to an electrometer or a gravity meter. 924 meters long. and the second term (-B x -V) represents the flow of the magnetic field when the electrons are moving in the other direction. In 1968. bent 180 degrees at nine-inch intervals and packed side -by-side with the two ends emerging together from the top. When energized by direct current. he expected his device to produce a motional E field outside the generator by the movement of the magnetic field associated with the conduction electrons making up the current flowing in the copper wire of the generator. This principle says that in order to find the resultant intensity of superimposed fields. and the motional E field would be vertical to both and inwardly directed. All the connecting wires between the electrometer head inside the box and the galvanometer outside the box were electrostatically shielded. there is no magnetic field due to the superposition of fields. B is the magnetic field that is moving with the electron drift velocity. shielding the rest of the generator and then grounded. 4020 in all. the motional E field. Dr. It consists of one length of #11 formvar insulated copper wire. If his theory was correct. Patent # 3. Thus. Here is how it is expressed mathematically: (Eq. Figure 1 shows the design of the generator. V. similar to gravity in that it could not be shielded. This particular electrometer with its high input resistances and its vibrating capacitor seemed ideal for this purpose. the current in the other half of the wires is moving down. and the same number would be carrying them vertically upward. The generator with its capacitor and the head of the electrometer were then placed inside a stainless steel cabinet. as well as the leads to the generator from the power supply. soon after I began working with Dr. would be carrying current and magnetic flux vertically downward. Hooper. the resultant is obtained by the vector addition of each field considered singly. Everything was grounded through a terminal on the electrometer. when alternating current is surging back and forth in it. Figure 2 [Not shown] Figure 2 pictures how we measured the presence of this motional E field.013. He called it the AllElectric Motional Electric Field Generator. The inner capacitor plate was connected to the heavy coat of conductive silver.62 generators.656.971. Hooper spent many years building devices to rotate magnets at high speeds. When the current in half the wires in this generator is moving up. he conceived and built a device which would eliminate all previous problems because there would be no measurable magnetic flux and no motors. stainless steel capacitor was placed around the center of the generator. Figure 1 [Not shown] Electromagnetic induction with no measurable field is not new. 2) E = (B x V) + (-B x -V) = 2(B x V) where E is the electric field intensity. A highly insulated. But Dr. but always found that the magnetic field of the magnets. the generator is non-inductive. Now. we were ready to energize the generator with up to 30 amps of current from our power supply and measure the motional E field on the outside. half of the conductors. The first B x V in the equation represents the flow of the magnetic field when the electrons are moving in one direction in the wire. each field should be treated as though the other were absent. and both the current and the magnetic field follow the right hand rule and the motional E field is again vertical to both and inwardly directed. and an all-electric one. 2010. Let' s see what happens when we apply the principle of superposition of fields to this device. It is well known that in the space outside a properly wound toroidal coil. Hooper hoped to find something else around it. Therefore.610. both the current and the magnetic field follow the right hand rule. Patent # 3. E is the sum of both B x V' s. The outer capacitor plate was connected to the input head of a Keithley 640 Vibrating Capacitor Electrometer. and yet. and how he believed gravity was produced in the atoms of matter. the resultant field intensity is double the intensity attributable to one set of conductors. a mechanical one. At the same time. . having no measurable magnetic field around it. Its design was based completely on his theory of gravity.

therefore. would allow an electrostatic charge to remain on the inner capacitor plate and affect the readings. is how he accounted for this problem: "The question arises as to why there would be a difference in readings because of an unbalance in the power source. Dr. when the generator was in the condition shown in Figure 2. and to the electron drift velocity. and how frequently this phenomenon occurs. Also. the measurements of the motional E field were the same when the current was flowing in either direction. Hooper' s own words. Hooper felt that the amperage was the most important factor because theory predicted that the field intensity would be directly proportional to the square of the amperage. the same as the negative deflection. Dr. Measurements were taken by hand at 5 amp intervals. Dr. When the current was reversed. If there is an unbalance on the inside of the container due to an unbalance in input voltage. in Dr.63 The predicted value of the measurement was in the low microvolt region. 26 amps was the resulting current. causing our readings to be less. the normal thing would be for charge to flow through the ground wire to balance the charge in the inside of the capacitor. and we had to test for and guard against them all. which is proportional to the current. Here. the voltage would remain the same. Hooper' s explanation seemed to be confirmed by close observation of the needle on the electrometer in an experiment done immediately following this discovery. through working in college physics laboratories for over 40 years. which theory says is proportional to the current. Our greatest problems came because we were unaware of the tendency for an electrostatic field to be generated equally and oppositely to this motional E field. 12 volt car batteries connected in series to compare results. Another problem we had involved the unbalance of our power supplies. This is what we considered to be the measurement of the intensity of the motional E field produced by this generator. because it is proportional to the virtual value of the magnetic field. At one point we discovered that when the current from the power source entered from one direction. The difference between the two final readings was 11 microvolts. When the input voltage was balanced between positive and ground and between negative and ground. the electrometer needle only went positive to 28 microvolts. Hooper. We did not have the sophisticated equipment that is available in many laboratories today. One time when we used one thick capacitor plate and one thin one. Hooper did not feel that it changed the conclusions reached. 1969. we discovered that the motional E field set up an electrostatic distribution within the thick capacitor plate. designed to rectify 220 AC voltage to low ripple DC voltage. When capacitor plates of equal thickness were used the motional E field measurement was always positive. resistance. Voltage often was not taken because it was felt that if we took our measurements only when the generator was cool. was well aware of the many problems associated with taking measurements in the microvolt region. and we wanted to move up the scale quickly before the generator could heat up. and occasionally." We had to realize the significance of the fact that this field permeates everything. The above figures are not comparable to the measurements that will be referred to later because different size capacitor plates were on the generator. providing a maximum of 275 DC volts and 30 amps. This measurement was never just a swing of the electrometer needle and then back. if the motional E field was acting in the ground wire one way. but we did not redo them because we saw that the unbalance was always a negative factor. even though the exactness of the measurements might be questioned. showing that the field was being produced continuously. types of current. The PD reading in the third column will be the significant figure to watch from here on. and reversed the charge on the outer plate. up to 30 amps. and types of power supplies. and the law is that there would be no electrostatic charge on the outside of a grounded enclosure. Dr. In that experiment. The measurements I will be using were taken before this discovery. These measurements were steady on the electrometer as long as the amperage reading was held the same. I don' t mean to say that on such a sensitive electrometer the needle was completely stable. However. and then positive to 17 microvolts. it would oppose the flow of electrons toward the shield and. but when the amperage was turned up the . We used two power source: our own specially built one. as the inner capacitor plate is grounded. it was recorded that the electrometer needle first went negative to 11 microvolts. the measurement of the motional E field was less than when it entered from the other direction. never more. Between February 4 and July 19. The following table provides some typical measurements of the potential difference measured across the capacitor plates by the electrometer at room temperature. Now. we varied temperature. The interesting thing is that the only answer seems to lie in the fact that there is a motional E field present. 100 V was applied to the generator. When the direction of the current was one way.

6 86.7 41.0 10. we decided to see just what the effect of heating was on the measurements. However. If we had jerks of the needle in one direction or the other. You will note that the fourth column of figures on this chart shows what the predicted values of PD would be for the other amperages.7 60. the needle continued up the scale. we went up and down the scale several times because it had been suggested that our readings might be due to thermoelectric effects between the two capacitor plates. We determined that there were at least two possible causes of this.64 needle went up also and the instability was always in the area of the measurement. You will note. and the readings on the electrometer began to increase.9 31. Hooper predicted. we knew we had something spurious affecting our readings. Figure 3: Measurements taken when the generator was at room temperature ~ Voltage Amperage February 4 35 10 52 15 73 20 91 25 110 30 February 11 -10 -15 -20 -25 -30 July 19 -10 -15 -20 -25 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10 -15 -20 -15 -10 -15 -20 -25 -30 PD microV Parabola at 30 amps 7 15 25 40 60 10 25 41 60 90 15 30 55 85 125 85 50 27 10 26 50 27 10 26 55 87 140 6. On July 19. We had noted this many times and had assumed that it was due to thermoelectric effects.5 90. or until it was no longer there. One. Two. that after a few times up and down the scale. the generator did not begin to warm up. The predicted parabola was always close to the actual readings.7 15 26. the unbalance of the power supply. as Dr. based on the experimental figure at 30 amps. on June 4.0 10. however. the magnitude varied from day to day.0 13. This proved they were not.0 62. when we turned the amperage up more.0 40. the higher the readings. However. The PD readings on the electrometer were always very close to a parabola. they would not go up and down the scale with the current. and immediately stopped experimenting until the generator cooled down.0 ------------- . and we worked until we found out what it was.2 55. there was some evidence that 8 to 10 degrees variation in room temperature caused variations in the readings: the higher the temperature. already discussed. The reason for this may become clearer later. If our readings had been due to heat. These readings also show that the reading were not due to an emf induced by changing flux.6 125.

0 Rheostat (7. because there was a substantial jump back at 25 amps.2 80 15 30 50. When the generator was hot. the first set of measurements in Figure 4 were taken when the generator was at room temperature.65 -- 25 90 -- For comparison purposes.9 160 30 200 200.8 25 50 51.9 Hot Generator 10 13 25. the PD at all levels increased.8 15 27 28.0 25 80 79.0 107 20 70 88.3 ohms) 160 13 100 -Rheostat (12. the difference was not totally due to thermoelectric effects.3 20 75 100. The second measurements were taken the same day when the generator was hot to the touch. Several measurements were taken with the hot generator that day with almost identical results. Figure 4: Measurements with Hot & Cold Generator ~ Amps PD microV Parabola at 30 Amps Cold Generator 10 11 12.0 -25 30 Figure 5: Measurements with added resistance ~ Voltage Amperage PD microV Parabola @ 30 Amps Rheostat (5. it was .3 ohms) 160 13 100 -Nothing added (3.0 25 123 156.5 ohms) 225 30 360 -Photofloods (12.3 30 220 220. However.9 133 25 80-100 138.3 ohms) 50 10 11 22.7 ohms) 48 13 15 -- Because heat resistance in the generator seemed to increase the PD measurements. and you will see the curve was no longer a parabola.0 15 40 56. We were sorry that the voltage measurements were not taken because they could have given us an idea of how hot the generator was.

increased with the addition of resistance in the circuit. Since Dr. you will find a substantial increase. it is not much different than at room temperature.5 6 14. At first the results were very puzzling to us. that the results almost exactly fit the curve having a formula of PD = KI4. On February 28. When you look at the PD at 30 amps.3 17. Hooper had expected. believed to be the measurement of the motional E field. with dry ice for five hours. we could not tell from these experiments. Hooper anticipated that the best way to intensify this field would be through the use of superconductivity. didn' t make any difference.66 decided to try other forms of resistance in the circuit with the generator.8 45. Then we became excited. where K is the proportional constant and I is the current. Then when all resistance was removed.3 ohms and at 13 amps we got exactly the same PD reading. certainly not what Dr. If this as so. Unfortunately. and that the form of that resistance. These experiments showed that our PD measurements.2 5.5 ohms.0 0. shown in Figure 6. he wanted to see the effect that cooling would have on our generator. we only put 13 amps in the line. carbon pile rheostat. whether heat.9 18. increasing its resistance to 12. we packed the generator. for it could mean that a radical change had taken place in the drift velocity of the electrons in the copper wire. Then we took the first set of measurements. there was another substantial increase in the PD readings at 20 amps. For more comparison.7 ohms. We soon discovered. whereas the formula for a parabola is PD = KI2. Figure 6: Dry ice measurements ~ Voltage Amperage Dry ice (5 hours) -10 -15 -20 -25 -30 Dry ice (17 hours) 20 10 32 15 43 20 55 25 68 30 PD microV Parabola @ 30 amps 1.8 95. there is no record of voltage. we then returned to the rheostat and adjusted it to 12. Then we added photoflood at 1500 watts to the circuit. We discovered that these first measurements were very similar to the ones where heat was the added resistance. in Figure 4. it could help explain the phenomenon of superconductivity.3 7. The curve was not at all parabolic. or photofloods. the reading was substantially less.5 37 1. somewhere between room temperature and dry ice temperatures. however. but if you will compare that 13 amps with the 15 amps above. and as you can see. The first set of numbers in Figure 5 was obtained when we put a carbon pile rheostat in the line. In order not to burn them up. The rheostat increased the resistance in the circuit to 5.8 37.3 ohms.5 6 17 45 95 1. capacitors and all. which would have indicated how cold the generator had gotten. The normal resistance of our generator was 3. We then increased the resistance to 7.5 2.3 ohms.5 2.0 . Whether it was a gradual change or whether there was a critical temperature.

6 2. we determined that there was no reason to believe that the intensity of the virtual magnetic field around the generator changed with temperature when the current was the same.5 --15 25 --20 70 --25 115 --30 150 With added resistance 120 4 ohms 30 200 61 4 ohms 15 55 120 18 ohms 6.5 40 85 0.7 36. having its beginning at less than zero.0 85. the first two sets of readings included voltage measurements from which we determined that the resistance had dropped from 3. The bottom figures are the result of adding resistance to the circuit with AC current.7 45. On several occasions we put AC voltage into our generator from the 220 line coming into our laboratory and through our power supply. over one-third.9 21. You will note that the PD readings were no longer a parabola. Have you ever tried to visualize what happens to the electrons in a wire when AC voltage is applied? We decided to try to find out. 17 hours.0 1.5 25 30 11 16 20 25 31 -2 6 18 45 1 5 14. you will note that the PD increases with the addition of resistance to the circuit. The readings that were taken the next day all fit the formula. PD = KI4.8 8. I am sure that is also why we skipped the voltage measurements on that last run. Figure 7 is typical of the results. so therefore it must be the drift velocity of the electrons that was changing. what is happening in those wires. but almost a straight line. Figure 7: AC voltage in the generator at room temperature ~ Voltage Resistance Amperage PD microV --10 -4. Here again.67 21 33 45 57 70 ------ 10 15 20. it was because we were taking the measurements rapidly before the generator could heat up. there are formulas available to give us a clue. .3 ohms.7 160 275 18 ohms 15 220 At one point we began to ask ourselves if this is the measurement of the motional E field.3 6.0 14. Fortunately.0 That night we packed the generator in dry ice overnight. First of all. Fortunately. and afterwards we were sorry we had.7 ohms to 2. You will note that sometimes we missed the proper 5 amp interval.

suing the PD reading at 10 amps from one of the early experiments. the number of conduction electrons. or photo floods was added to the circuit. 1. he arrived at almost the same figure as the experimental. between the capacitor plates. From 20 to 30 amps the number of electrons remained fairly constant. and semimetals. they would seem to indicate that the conductivity of a metal is related to the number of electrons in motion and their . and then decreasing it by 100 as indicated by the Fermi-Dirac statistics. The electron drift velocity increased rapidly at low amperages and continued to increase but at a decreasing rate at higher amperages. If one goes up. if the drift velocity changes with temperature. Using the classical derivation of the drift velocity.762 cm/sec. vd. Doing it this way. semiconductors. Using equation 3. A is the cross-sectional area of the wire. carbon pile rheostat. there were almost ten times as many conduction electrons moving. so must the number of conduction electrons. Therefore. e is the charge on the electrons. the number of conduction electrons decreased from that of room temperature and normal resistance while the drift velocity increased. At dry ice temperature and at low current. for in this particular generator A and e are constants. These experiments show that the number of conduction electrons remains fairly constant at room temperatures and that the drift velocity increases linearly with the current. they were moving very slowly. we see that if vd changes. we used the equation: (Eq. the drift velocity of the electrons. When AC current was put in the generator. and n is the number of conduction electrons.78 cm/sec. (Eq. Hooper determined the drift velocity to be 1. the number of conduction electrons decreased rapidly. and using the calculus to integrate the line integral of the electric field intensity. like cars on a crowded highway. If these findings are true. As the amperage increased. must also change. These observations regarding electron drift velocity and number of conduction electrons would appear to be more consistent with current theory regarding gases.68 To get a close approximation of vd. When resistance in the form of heat. it appeared that 3 to 4 times as many electrons were moving at low amperage as move under DC current at room temperature. but as with dry ice. and V is the measurement of the drift of B. Dr. which is identical to the electron drift velocity. the other goes down. By the time the amperage increased to 20 amps the number of electrons had decreased to almost the same number as with DC current at room temperature. a more exact figure for vd can be obtained. n. l is the distance between the plates. but moving very slowly. causing a greatly accelerated increase in the electron drift velocity. with Avogadro' s number. PD. than with the current theory for metals. B is the virtual magnetic field density. 3) PD = B x V-l where PD is the measurement of the field' s intensity across the capacitor plates. when more electrons were moving. 4) I = Aenvd where I is the current. From the formula.

In his book. he had to challenge the belief that the magnetic field. Dr. does not move with the electron. . "atomic" energy in its most usable form. published in 1957. let' s go back to Equation 1. Electromagnetism and Relativity. and even off-the-road vehicles on earth. that the magnetic field of the electron could move with the electron drift velocity. most would want to duplicate the experiments here outlined. amperages. both of which change with temperature and resistance. An increase in the drift velocity would increase the field' s intensity. He also said. an aspect of current theory which makes metals different from all other substances. such as in the desalination of water and the control of thermonuclear plasma. The V in the equation represents the electron drift velocity in the material making up the generator. and with increased resistance in the circuit. E = B x V. All the original equipment is still available. Hooper has a section in his manuscript where he says that he feels there is no conflict with the Special Theory of Relativity. Hooper not only visualized that if his theory were correct that we could tap the gravitational field for energy.G.69 velocity. "Measurements of the normal Hall effect in metals are often assumed to confirm the conventional view that all the available conduction electrons participate continuously in a conduction current. where E represents the intensity of the field we were producing. of gravity-free areas on earth. Hence. There would probably be some materials that would be best used at high temperatures. That might lead to building generators like this from a variety of materials. semiconductors. the electrostatic. making possible predictions about what happens to electron drift velocity at both higher and lower temperatures. Hooper began by challenging the assumption of electromagnetic theory that there is only one electric field. and with varying amounts of resistance. we have a solid basis for a unified field theory. which could indicate a pattern of activity for electrons in various materials. and semimetals. This research indicates that it can be done at both higher and lower temperatures. the results challenged the belief in current theory that the electron drift velocity in metals does not change with temperature. gases. In formulating his theory of gravity. known to be present when an electron is in motion. It does appear to conflict with the General Theory of Relativity. To begin. It must be substantially increased before the field can be made useful. Dr. Now. artificial gravity in space. When he built a generator to test his theory. if his theory is correct. it provides a direction for more research. heretofore unknown. He felt that this field could be used for communication through previously impenetrable barriers. which would give a great deal of information about the conductivity of solids. E. That intensity represents the strength of the field. he also saw the possibilities. only with how it is currently being interpreted by some relativists. and that this led him to make more challenges of field theory." He then shows that this need not be so. space vehicles. if this motional E field could be intensified enough. The question is usually asked about how this motional E field fits into the relativity theories. Cullwick predicted. and to separate ions. However. based on the motional E fields created when the charges in the atoms are in motion. In the beginning I said that Dr. others that would be best at low temperatures. and still others that might do well at room temperature. based on experimental evidence.

.70 The possibilities are great that this experimentation begun in 1969 will transform the world.

971 US Patent # 3. Pref. Principia College. And Mrs. vii. who have made it possible financially to carry on the last two years of fruitful experimental work. Ph. (University of California Berkeley).610.A. "It appears to me." (James Clerk Maxwell: Treatise on Electricity & Magnetism. The devotion and dedication of Mrs. Gibson. Gibson (Fran) to this project. Electrodynamic Gravity. Inc. that the study of electromagnetism in all its aspects has now become of the first importance as a means of promoting the progress of science. President & Director of Research... 1.A. M. Professor of Physics Emeritus.71 William J.013 Frances Gibson: The All-Electric Motional Field Generator New Horizons In Electric. Hooper: The Motional Electric Field Commentaries & Reviews US Patent # 3. Vol.656.) . serving as secretary and Research Assistant. Warren W.. Hooper (B. Magnetic & Gravitational Field Theory by William J. D.. p. has provided a flame which has kept it aglow to its present status.) _______________________________________________ Table of Contents ~ Preface Introduction: New Horizons in Field theory Chapter 1: Fundamental Fields Chapter 2: The Electromagnetic Force Equation Chapter 3: Experimental Confirmations by Electrostatic Shielding Chapter 4: The Motional Magnetic Field Chapter 5: Gravitation Chapter 6: Anti-Gravity & Electrical Power Chapter 7: Some Confirming Experiments Appendix This book is dedicated to Mr.

It gives this field a new status among our field forces. we have been taught. that such would be the case? This presented a great challenge! Some of the foremost thinkers in physics were consulted. Its unusual properties are possessed only by gravity. just why. Electricity and Magnetism were once two separate sciences. beyond all doubt. an electric field of vector intensity VxB is induced within the wire and gives rise to a voltage at its terminals. nobody seems to know! In the science of physics much is known about electricity and magnetism. B x V. nothing really. often called a motional electric field. Although magnetic flux is moved by the generator. It is not electrostatic! Its immunity to shielding. there are no mechanically moving parts. it was explained. would be forthcoming. the beautiful unique properties of the motional electric field. It was stated that the device would be inoperable within a conducting cavity such as a metal-clad aircraft. This explanation was a jolt to the writer. identical and indistinguishable from an electric field arising from charges of electricity. In 1820. the writer has been guided over a period of 20 years to experimental means which at last reveal experimentally. In the same way. step by step. Our textbbooks have taught us that when a linear conductor moves with a velocity V across a magnetic flux of intensity B. Cullwick . that is. This electromagnetically induced electric field. How could we know. working on an invention for a "drift and ground speed meter for aircraft". would be electrostatic in character. a self-contained meter. This treatise presents newly discovered unique and startling properties of one of our induced electric fields. magnetic or electrostatic. This discovery served to unite the two sciences of Electricity and Magnetism into one. While it is too early to claim complete identification of this field and the gravitational field. It was discovered that there was no experimental evidence to support the popular belief held by physicists that the motionally induced V x B field was electrostatic in its fundamental character and therefore subject to shielding. The guiding concept employed by the inventor was first set forth in 1957 by E. such a drift and ground speed meter within a metal-clad aircraft would be shielded from the electric field induced in a conductor by motion across the vertical component of the earth' s magnetic field. We know that radio tubes. the similarities are amazingly alike. without experimental evidence. Although utilizing principles of magnetic field superposition and electromagnetic induction. During World War II the writer.72 Preface Nearly everyone believes that gravity is a force emanating from matter. that of Electromagnetism. If the voltage induced between the ends of two oriented linear conductors traveling horizontally across the vertical component could be measured within an aircraft. like the gravitational field displays no evidence that magnetism plays a part in its generation. which we know gravity obeys. The plan was reviewed by the U. By a general theorem in electric field theory we know that a non-uniform B x V field must also act attractively on matter! Thus the motional electric field has acquired a status which makes it quite unique. Hans Christian Oersted observed that magnetic flux was always looped about a current-carrying conductor. arrived at a plan for utilizing the vertical component of the earth' s magnetic field. shield the interior from stray electrostatic fields. Bureau of Standards. but of gravity. independent of ground instrumentalities. silvered on the inside. It will be shown how. The writer calls this artificially generated field Electrodynamic Gravity because it simulates gravity. and its workability confirmed under a certain restriction. Guided by theory the inventor has built a generator of the B x V field which projects its field into the surrounding space. is the exciting property which it shares with the gravitational field and thereby indicates their kinship.S. G. with the exception of the inverse square law of Sir Isaac Newton. the product field. but just how. Likewise it is free of electrostatic characteristics.

Schrodinger. xii. and artificial gravity in spacecraft --these are some of the possibilities! With such promises on the horizon it is difficult for the writer to rest on his oars for one minute. 1928). The Electromagnetic Field (1 ~ p. The oersted flux. 245. 1929): "The great scientific task of the next 50 years is the development of a new electromagnetic theory. his philosophy as embodied in "The Logic of Modern Physics" (2 ~ MacMillan Co. This would immediately bring into the realm of possible experimental demonstration such effects as weightlessness. It is impossible to forecast the form such a theory will take. and provided a beacon of illuminated thinking to guide .). and Bridgman. first its discovery. If sufficiently intense fields can be obtained by the use of superconducting wire in our generator at low temperatures. Univ. artificial gravity. p. Longsman Green & Co. the writer believes. It will.73 (Electromagnetism & Relativity. Heisenberg. This confirmation of Cullwick' s prediction is an experimental contribution to modern electronic theory and it has all the earmarks of being the welding link which ties gravitation to electricity and magnetism. as we have good reason to believe is possible. so greatly are we prejudiced by our present views. the promise of utility to humanity would be beyond all description. Thus. and moved with the electron drift velocity. This achievement. Planck. on earth or neighboring space. Should success follow the forthcoming planned cryogenic (low temperature) experiments and we find that very intense B x V fields can be generated and identified with the gravitational field. Its operation makes use of this movement of flux to generate the B x V field in space about the generator. His research had led him to the conviction that the magnetic flux loops discovered by Oersted were actually in motion along the linear conductor in the direction of the electron current giving rise to it. The new generator affords useful instrumentation for directly measuring electron drift velocities in metals. and now the discovery that it moves with the electron drift velocity giving rise to it. it provides a new experimental method f investigation into the realm dealt with by the Fermi-Dirac statistics. however. Our motional electric field generator demonstrates the correctness of the foregoing prediction. on the moon or the planets! Gravity-free laboratories on earth. the phenomenon of attraction and polarization of materials by this field can be studied.. has produced a series of kaleidoscopic changes in classical concepts. under the sea. Theoretically. This treatise therefore goes forth with "Great Expectations!" Sarasota. and anti-gravitational effects. FL (December 1969) Introduction New Horizons In Field Theory Forty years have passed since Max Mason and Warren Weever wrote in their celebrated book. doubtless be based on a quantitative description of the individual behavior of charges…" The new physics under the leadership of such men as Einstein. of Chicago Press. will be no more difficult of attainment than that which has already been demonstrated experimentally. Free electric power from the earth' s gravitational field would be obtainable anywhere. which has to a large extent inspired this treatise. this device holds exciting possibilities of great utility at very low temperatures. It is the work of Bridgman. The contributions of the first four of these five men have been well incorporated into our modern textbooks. as well as experimentally determining the number of electrons available at various temperatures. and paraphrased as "The Operational Viewpoint". thus holds a unique role in the process of welding the three sciences into one.

7-14-49) That nature has provided us with but one field agency which accelerates electrons. who was demonstrating mathematically that man could not fly. But Faraday left us a word of warning: "…and considering the constant tendency of the mind to rest on an assumption. It is Maxwell' s translation of these experiments into the language of mathematics that bear the tacit assumption of only one such field. due to an assumed concept. It is as unrealistic as were the arguments of the famous Professor Simon Newcomb. and as obsolete as the concept of a single atom for each element. has been upheld by some of our most brilliant mathematical physicists. with clearsighted judgment." (5 ~ Phil. recipient of honorary degrees from ten European and seven American universities. There is no evidence that the subject matter of electromagnetism. it becomes a prejudice. To be specific. "Electrostatic or Electromagnetically Induced Electric Field?". however. Scientific Paper 1451.Mag.74 contemporary physicists in the development of new ideas. 1844) It will be shown with experimental and theoretical proof that this assumed and prejudiced view is incorrect. And Mohammed is his prophet! There is but one electric field E. An example of one of the greatest blind spots in current popular field theory will illustrate this point. If we desire to keep our future growth on solid scientific ground. has ever been given the Bridgman treatment. and Maxwell is its prophet!" (4 ~ J. we ought to remember that. to forget that it is an assumption. when it answers every present purpose. None of Faraday' s famous experiments show or prove the existence of but one electric field in nature. p. since its earliest inception. and inevitably interferes.. Indeed. is perhaps the greatest of all our current prejudiced and erroneous views. Stepian. and that one electrostatic in its fundamental character. This blind spot. 257) It is this "something of fundamental physical importance" which is overlooked when the so-called "principle of equivalence" is applied without rigorous examination and analysis. let us again turn to Mason and Weaver: "It cannot be urged that it has been shown experimentally that moving particles and changing currents are rigorously equivalent as regards induced electromagnetic forces… It is very easy to let the notation carry the burden of the argument… and to hold that the value of curl E s related to the rate of change of B in every case in the way stated by the equation (curl E = -?B/?t). We must be aware of assuming that because of the fact that similarities exist between old and new phenomena that they are necessarily equivalent. in such cases. it is as obsolete as the concept of the atom as being a single indivisible particle. What Bridgman has done is to show us how the advent of relativity theory has made it necessary to take cognizance of the fat that new phenomena spring into existence as the result of introducing into an experiment nothing more than motion or a change in motion. more or less.. This is the very essence of Bridgman' s thesis. It is very important to point out. and. We need much to learn how "…greatly are we prejudiced by our present views". Westinghouse Research Laboratory. So dogmatic and completely certain of the accuracy of his position was one that he contributed the following jingle with which to support his conviction: "There is but one God Allah. In order to make way for the next great breakthrough in physics we must first come face to face with facts that reveal how greatly our present concept of fields is restricting our thinking and limiting our achievements." (3 ~ ibid. Simply because it . we are faced with the necessity of review and revision of old and new concepts which dominate thinking in the direction of its inevitable expansion. while the Wright brothers were assembling their aircraft at Kitty hawk. one electric field. that by doing so one may be overlooking something of fundamental physical importance.

No electromagnetic experiment would reveal the proportions in which the two types of charge might exist. hence the proof is not rigorous because it does not include all the field properties. 1955). J. to justify the common assumption that only electric charges and no magnetic charges are present in the world of experience. therefore. and that therefore the terms in ?H in this equation are without physical significance. is one which states "the whole concept of a magnetic field is a fiction. wherein only sand particles can be seen. Moon & D. Spence: "Some Electromagnetic Paradoxes". If the reverse were true.75 can be shown mathematically that an electrified particle will trace identical trajectories in each of two types of fields. 1954) By combining two conceptual prejudices. like an ostrich. have no mathematical representation in such so-called proofs. and one' s body remains in a variety of teeming dynamic forces. It would appear upon first examination that the success of their endeavors would constitute a basis for establishing the verity of the two basic assumptions. Franklin Inst. or if electric and magnetic charges occurred combined in any fixed ratio.E.. we shall show that. Amer. this constitutes rather a fleeing from the reality of fields by burying one' s head in sand.." (6 ~ P. 22. Spencer: "Electromagnetism Without Magnetism: An Historical Sketch". Penetrating properties of fields. vol. Franklin Inst. Van Nostrand & Co. Moon & D. no electromagnetic experiment can reveal the value of ? --. 260. 120. if every elementary charged particle contains electric and magnetic charges in the same ratio. The Bridgman treatment of Maxwell' s equations clarifies the paradoxes and ambiguities previously associated with them and in so doing it retains the intrinsic values found in electric and magnetic field concepts ( 8 ~ P. Moon and Spencer have produced what they call "A New Electrodynamics" (7 ~ J. 257: p. But this is not the case. all electromagnetic phenomena would take place in exactly the same way. an assumed concept. these accelerating agencies. vol." (9 ~ Leigh Page & Norman Adams: Electrodynamics. possessed by some and not by others. Phys. The idea that magnetism may not have physical reality because electric currents which give rise to certain aspects of it may be replaced in the equations by moving charges has been given much consideration. electric charges only) and "no magnetic field". to the writer. Wile Moon and Spencer claim that the complete elimination of all reference to electric and magnetic field concepts in their formulation brings it to "a closer contact with reality". 373. in which no reference is made of fields. 369. is no proof that these fields. On the contrary. are equivalent and identical.therefore the field equation and the force equation become identical in form with the equations obtained on the assumption that only electric charge exists in nature. which has gained considerable popularity. We will go into this subject in the next chapter. p. 1940) . 1954) which appears on the surface to have revamped the whole picture of electromagnetism. A second modern prejudice. as will be shown. "one electric field" (or its equivalent. Page and Adams in discussing elementary charge and the force equation state: "It is often stated that no magnetic charges exist in nature. There is no experimental evidence. 210-211. J. vol. and the formulation is in terms of charges and their motions only.E. rendering them immune to shielding. Both the Maxwell equations and the "New Electrodynamics" formulation take on new meanings when analyzed in the light of the Operational Viewpoint urged by Bridgman. p. pp.

is one of the most fundamental and elemental realities of electromagnetism. both electric and magnetic. It is right in this area that Bridgman' s Operational Philosophy comes to our rescue and affords a solution which is both satisfying and illuminating. It is confidently believed that as a result of the clarified picture thus attained. This treatise will especially concern itself with one of the most important underlying properties of one of our electric fields. but the way out of them. wherever possible. Nothwithstanding these views. the "motional electric field B x V" and its immunity to shielding... one recognizes as a mere self-evident truism the fact that for any two things to be identical in nature. have plagued it. The picture presented will be based entirely upon conceptions of electromagnetic theory which are found in complete agreement with experiment. They further say that they "… are not able to ascribe any significance whatever to the phrase ' localized energy' ". Electric and magnetic fields are manifestation of force. Energy. susceptible to direct experimental measurement and mapping. new horizons in field theory are in the offing. A clear adequate description has not been found by the writer in any contemporary text. Everything in the material universe is some form or manifestation of energy. will be presented with experimental proposals for its verification. p. electric. but discuss them as adequately as they are able". which we encounter and cognize at every turn in this physical world. A glimpse of this state of affairs may be gained from a few quotations from The Electromagnetic Field (10 ~ Mason & Weaver. played a large role in the development of electromagnetic theory" (11 ~ ibid. op. how a practical approach to this problem is clearly indicated with its thrilling possibilities. It will present new theoretical and experimental knowledge which must have consequences of vital importance to the science and philosophy of modern physics.76 The concept of electric and magnetic fields possessing intensities and directions. A glimpse of these horizons. in the many forms it assumes. In the light of fundamentals it would seem most natural that a proper scientific description and classification of anything would include terms which reveal its energy nature. 162). we read: "The authors do not pretend to understand these concepts. 269). magnetic. Whether it is kinetic or potential. in the light of this thesis. This picture. both energy-wise and otherwise. heretofor seemingly unsolvable. pure or bottled up in particle form. and indeed these problems are largely responsible for the current trend to avoid field theory. And again. appears today to play a leading role in the great drama of physical science. Speaking of the special density of electric and magnetic energy and of the Poynting Vector which measures the flux of energy at any point. mechanical. True it is that perplexing and incongruous problems in field theory. In place thereof is found confusion worse confounded. and this truism especially applies to force fields. or status with respect to energy. electromagnetic. they must necessarily be identical from an energy standpoint. cit. pp. they state. it is some form of energy. binding energy of nuclear structure. 266-269). It will reveal a vista of new opportunities for research. or any other of its myriad manifestation. and force is always associated with energy. In order to fully comprehend the significance of this treatise we must have some acquaintance with the present status of our knowledge of fields. .. especially magnetic. Our understanding of the energy nature of electric and magnetic fields up to the present time appears clouded and uncertain. together with an electromagnetic theory of gravitation leading up to the derivation of Newton' s Inverse Square Law. p. it is believed. been calculated" (12 ~ ibid. "The hypothesis of a spacially distributed electrostatic energy of volume density ha. will reveal not only the cause of many of our difficulties. It is an object of this treatise to completely clarify this area of electric and magnetic field energy. energy densities in space have. to be sure. Finally the subject of antigravity will be discussed and. however. In a comparison of one thing with another. "in both electrostatics and magnetostatics.

can we avoid treacherous pitfalls and embarrassments in the future growth of our science. For if experience is always described in terms of experience. A critical survey of the present status if electrodynamics reveals a considerable number of electric and magnetic fields which are brought into being by operations which are unique and seemingly unrelated. the concept of time. He has contributed what is called the Operational Viewpoint as a guiding beacon to enable us to avoid making these kinds of mistakes in the future. he points out. cit. In brief.77 Chapter 1 Fundamental Fields Webster defines science as "knowledge classified and made available in…the search for truth". Thus great treasures in science can be hidden and obscured for ages until some prospector comes along and reveals its true nature. no direct experimental evidence to support them. in the following manner: "Absolute. By example after example he points out that many of the stumbling blocks which have clogged the progress of physics. p. The advent of relativity theory was instrumental in forcing physicists to reexamine and alter many of their most cherished and fundamental concepts in physics. and then he does something about it. we expect to find a powerful systematic method directing the discovery of new and essentially important physical facts" (14 ~ ibid. there must always be correspondence between experience and description of it. Consdier. of itself. and we need never be embarrassed. "It is evident that if we adopt this point of view toward concepts. and by another name is called Duration. and not in terms which have no counterpart reality in nature. units) . we find nothing in nature with such properties. because of its great importance. and Mathematical Time. he nevertheless predicts that.k." Bridgman points out with great clarity that f we examine the definition of absolute time in the light of experiment.. 224). op. So entrenched is the present tacit assumption of physicists that nature has provide nature with one and only one electric field and one and only one magnetic field that no pioneer has as yet attempted to seriously penetrate this prejudice and venture into the possibilities of classification which might bring law and order to some of our current problems. The word classification has been underlined by the writer. While stating that "operational thinking will at first prove to be an unsocial virtue".. A correct classification of knowledge thus becomes the basic foundation of a science. Only as we do this. 6). None other than the great Sir Isaac Newton has defined time. They are as follows: Fundamental Electric & Magnetic Fields (m. as we were in attempting to find in nature the prototype of Newton' s absolute time" (13 ~ Bridgman.s. and from its own nature flows equably without regard to anything external. A wrong classification of anything can result in greatly impeding the progress of the branch of science in which it exists. for instance. p. he tells us what we should define and classify our concepts in terms of the operations which are necessary in order to detect and measure them. The writer has classified operationally the three most prominent electric and the three most prominent magnetic fields which we find in nature. "In this self-conscious search for phenomena which increase he number of operationally independent concepts. namely that the proper definition of a concept is not in terms of its properties but in terms of actual operations. He states. in his Principia. we need run no danger of having to revise our attitude toward nature. True.

It was first theoretically predicted by Clerk Maxwell. All electromagnetic phenomena applied in electrical technology have. Press. and we have seen that these arise in three ways: .78 (1) Ec = Qr/4 pi eor3 The electrostatic or Coulomb field arising from the presence of charges (2) Em = v x Bs The motional electric field which acts on charges traveling with velocity V across a magnetic induction Bs. 1949). This magnetic field plays a prominent part in the production of electromagnetic radiation. p. 285. (5) Hm = -v x Dc The motional magnetic field arising from relative velocity v with respect to electric charges producing the electric induction Dc. Geoffrey Cullwick: The Fundamentals of Electromagnetism. or transformer electromagnetic induction discovered by Henry and Faraday. as their fundamental basis. In this field B changes intrinsically with time. (4) Curl Hs = J This magnetostatic field H arising from a conduction current density J within a conducting medium was first discovered by Oersted. This field is produced by flux cutting and should not be confused with Et arising from flux linking (3) or Curl Et = ?B/?t Et = ?A/?t The electric field Et. Cambridge Univ. he pictures them as follows. In brief. Particularly illuminating is the analysis of Cullwick with respect to the salient operational differences in the sources of the three types of electric field Ec. the mutual forces experienced by electric charges. in this formula arises from flux linking. (6) Curl HR = ?Dc/?t The magnetic field HR surrounding a changing electric induction called a displacement current. Em and Et (15 ~ E. A is the magnetic vector potential. It is at rest with respect to the current circuit source producing it.

the acceleration of a charged particle. new possibilities in applied physics and new horizons for a unified field theory. in this thesis. This fact alone should be sufficient to challenge complacency and initiate a searching investigation of the facts.79 Ec ~ Two charges experience mutual forces in virtue of their positions. a force on the boat. Em ~ They experience additional forces in virtue of their velocities. The thing we are especially interested in. Thence arise the forces experienced by a conductor carrying a steady current in a constant magnetic field. is that each of these unique operations with charges brings into existence a new force field which will act upon charges of electricity to accelerate them. and in these cases the misconceptions are due to the fact that these fields are unique in nature. Contrary to popular belief. The properties of the electrostatic field are well known and need no elaboration in this treatise. It is self-evident that each of these six fields requires unique operations necessary to produce. and the induction of en emf in a conductor moving relatively to the source of a magnetic field. Scientific literature dealing with this field is replete with its well-known characteristics. in every way equivalent and identical since they each produce the same end product. Now in my human experience I may desire to move across a lake in a boat. detect. An analysis of the properties of these fields will next be considered so that their unique properties may be apparent. Both theoretical and experimental evidence will be presented to show that at least some of our conceptions of these fields are fundamentally misconceptions. Had Bridgman' s Operational Theory been published at an earlier date. the forces between current-carrying conductors. they have been assumed to be all alike in nature. (d) an engine-driven air propeller. Why? Because the three electric and the three magnetic fields listed above are each one produced by operational means which are experimentally just about as different as they could possibly be. This discovery must inevitably render a great service in clarifying the confusion existent in the present state of our knowledge. This is the electrostatic force of attraction or repulsion. Because we cannot cognize directly the unique accelerating agencies in electrodynamics by means of the five physical senses. There is no question with respect to the uniqueness of these agencies in spite of the fact that each one produces the same end result --. and measure it. from which arise the induction of an emf by transformer actions. in spite of the known fact that operationally they arise from manipulations which are as uniquely different as in the case of the three accelerating agencies applied to the movement of a boat. in their intrinsic physical natures. The great mistake of the past has been the assumption that each of the above accelerating agencies are. (c) an outboard motor. and afford new opportunities for research. Table 1 has been prepared to show the outstanding differences in the properties of each of the first three operationally different electric fields. and electromagnetic radiation of energy. (b) a sail. The recognition of the uniqueness of each field is aided by a comparative study of these properties. it is dubious that the present popular view of these electric and magnetic fields would be as they are.namely. each one possessing characteristic properties of is own which entitle it to a distinct identity in nature. Et ~ They also experience additional forces by virtue of their accelerations. . each one of these fields is unique in nature. The intensity of an electric field is defined at a point as the force per unit of charge will be exerted. As accelerating agencies I may select several which are one unique: (a) a set of oars.

(11) Spatial nature of field. The motionally induced electric field: Em = V x B ~ (1) No spatially distributed energy. (2) / 0 in general. (7) = 0 always. (10) By special design yes in certain portions of field. I. Houston: American Physics Teacher 7: 373. In order that the unique character of each of the electromagnetically induced fields may be understood. Page & Adams: American Physics Teacher 3: 57. (6) Can be readily shielded with conducting material. (5) E =dV/ds Potential function . (13) A primary field independent of all other fields. (5) No. Cohn: Electrical Engineering 63: 441. Cohn. but in general this will not be true. (11) Only present at points where moving charges exist. (9) In conductors carrying current. in particular. (14) Intensity of motional electric field in any reference frame is linear function of v/c. (7) = 0 always. (2) ØE = ds . (9) Can drive a current without a potential drop along the wire. (8) Poisson' s fundamental law with respect to the interior of conductors. (7) = 4 pi p. E. Some of these differences have been revealed in scientific literature (16 ~ G. (3) = 0 always. 84-87. Dependent on the path of integration. (8) Not obeyed. 1949. E . has rendered an outstanding contribution… [missing text?] . (7) Div. The electric field induced by a changing magnetic vector potential: Et = -dA/dt ~ (1) KE2/8 pi ergs/cc . (11) Continuous throughout space it occupies. Macmillan Co. (5) May or may not be a potential function. (12) Charges within it produce a distortion of the field. Electrostatic Field: Es ~ (1) KE2/8 pi ergs/cc. Cullwick: The Fundamentals of Electromagnetism. (12) Charges within it do not distort the field at all. (11) Continuous throughout space it occupies. (13) Field dependence. 1935)) but do not as yet seem to be generally incorporated in our textbooks. which make it impossible for them to be identical in nature. (5) Yes.80 Table 1: Field Properties ~ Field Properties: (1) Spatially distributed energy. (12) Relation to charges in it. (14) ---. (3) Curl E . W. 1939. considerable discussion will be required in view of the fact that so many texts emphasize the similarity of these fields in certain instances and fail to point out the vital. pp. (14) Functional dependence on velocity.. (13) Dependent upon another field. (8) Obeyed. (12) Charges within it do not distort the field. (9) Conductors always have a surface charge. (10) No. (9) Can drive a current without a potential drop along the wire.V. (6) Behavior with respect to shielding. (3) = -dB/dt. outstanding differences in their fundamental properties. (6) Immune to shielding. G. 1939. (8) Not obeyed. (4) a constant always. (4) Not a constant. (10) Yes. (14) Intensity of electrostatic field in any reference frame is parabolic function of v/c. (2) = 0 always. will be independent of it. (3) = v x (v x B) / 0 in general. (10) Inverse square law. (6) Can be shielded with sufficient thickness of shielding. (2) / 0 in general. (13) Dependent upon another field. (4) In a perfectly uniform B the value of the integral between 2 points a and b will not be dependent on the path. (4) ?ab E = ds .

There are two unique operational methods of inducing an emf. Not only are the two types of field Em and Et fundamentally different and each one unique in nature. (2) Flux linking caused by -dB/dt. Only the first two sets of operations produces an emf. E. one version of which is shown in Figure 1. and we should not endeavor to derive them from one simple mathematical expression -dN/dt. In other words.M. reveals that this equation itself does not hold true in general. and (3) A uniquely designed switching circuit. because this expression includes or implies operations which will not induce and emf. there are actually two kinds of electromagnetic induction and in general case both types are involved and each must clearly be understood and differentiated from the other. where the source of B is intrinsically changed with time. Illinois Inst. does not hold for his own Faraday-disk unipolar generator.F. I. Thesis. Figure 1 ~ . is perhaps one of the most outstanding examples of how vitally unique and essential is the role of each law and each of the corresponding electric fields produced by these laws. of Technology Library) This can be accomplished by a cleverly designed switching circuit. This illustrates the fact that the flux linking with a closed circuit may be changed by three different unique operations: (1) Flux cutting. it has been shown that the flux linking with a closed circuit can be either partially or completely removed from the circuit without inducing any electromotive force whatsoever! 17 ~ G. attributed to Faraday. That the flux linking law. The third set of operations produces no emf and for this reason the present manner of presenting Faraday' s Law is invalid. = -dN/dt.81 different ways of expressing one and the same fundamental phenomenon is because it is basically incorrect. which requires the flux cutting law for its correct descriptive behavior. Cohn: Paradoxes of Electromagnetic Induction. It is therefore obsolete! As Cohn and others have shown. but an examination of the Faraday Lay.

but they were unable to see any clearly defined difference between the Et and the Em field. 86. since it originates from a permanent magnet and is constant. p.82 In the Faraday generator there is no time rate of change in the magnetic induction B. In Figure 2 below is shown a cross-section of a long straight solenoid in which a gradually increasing current is flowing counterclockwise. McGraw-Hill. there is no change of B with time. With this concept in mind. 1947) on this subject have found it necessary to add the flux cutting law to the famous Maxwell equations in order to satisfactorily explain all cases of electromagnetic induction is itself indicative of the uniqueness of the electric field so produced. discuss some of the most outstanding differences between these two fields. Let us. What is our concept of an electric field? Most physicists will reply that it is a force which acts upon an electric charge and tends to accelerate it in a definite direction termed the direction of the field. therefore. The circuit can even be made so as to link with no flux whatsoever. Figure 2 ~ . let us analyze the two electric fields Et and Em. This very fact that all contemporary authorities (18 ~ Slater & Frank: Electromagnetism. In any case. Many of my colleagues have said that it was not difficult for them to distinguish fundamental differences in the Coulomb field Ec and the magnetically induced fields Et and Em.

But this field Et is very peculiar. 2nd Ed. since it is impossible to define it at the point P unless we first select a particular circuit through P which will then enable us to determine its direction at P. Faraday' s Law gives us absolutely no information about this field Et other than to say that the line integral of this field around the closed circuit will give us a value of the emf induced in it. Our interest centers on Et. Figure 2. Now let us remove the conducting circuits from within the area of Figure 2. we then find Et directed toward the top of the paper at P exactly the opposite direction from that in circuit A. the emf around any closed circuit placed wholly within the area shown in Figure 2 would be given by: emf = dN/dt = ?QEt•ds where N equals the total flux linking the circuit. say a dot made with India ink. That an electric field Et exists in this area there seems to be no doubt since an emf arises within each of these circuits. giving rise to the emf. and place a stationary free charged particle Q at the point P. 1948). About all that we can say in a descriptive manner of Et at a point P. negative electrons would circulate in this dot in a counterclockwise direction. . nor is the direction in which it will act unless it is first given an initial velocity. If this closed circuit A lies in the plane of the area.83 The uniformly distributed magnetic flux density B within this area is therefore increasing with time and according to Faraday' s law of Electromagnetic Induction. The dot of ink would be everywhere at the same potential. we select the circuit B instead of A. the electric field within the conductor of such a circuit. Will it move? If so. And if we select circuit D then Et at P is directed horizontally to the left. is that this transformer type field has curl at that point. A free stationary charged particle placed within an Em or Ec field will be immediately acted upon in both magnitude and definite direction. that if a small conducting disk of ink. Skilling: Fundamentals of Electric Waves. p. then at point P in this circuit. Wiley & Sons. but we have no assurance whatsoever that it will act upon a stationary charge. The action of a uniform Et field on this dot is therefore very much different from that of an Em uniform field. then at this same point P the electric field Et is directed horizontally to the right. or unless it is confined within the conducting medium of a closed circuit. H. If.. No other electric field has this unique operational prerequisite. as shown by Maxwell' s formula. and is free to move. 41. in what direction will it move? If it remains stationary. then does an electric field exist at this point? Certainly the magnetic flux density exists there and is changing with time. which in this case appears to require that the charged particle upon which it acts must either have an initial velocity within the electric field. however. in exactly the opposite direction that it had in circuit B. Now place this same dot of India ink in a uniform Em field and it will become an electric dipole. For a clarifying conception of just what curl means one will find it helpful to study Skilling' s treatment of it where he defines it as the limiting value of circulation per unit area (19 ~ H. Curl is one of the most outstanding characteristics of the Et field which may or may not be possessed by the Em field. but never by Ec. and therefore uncharged. were placed at point P. Inc. as applied to Figure 2. J. This means simply. such as shown in Figure 2. or that it must exist within a conducting circuit before it will make itself manifest. Obviously. it is obvious that Et is directed toward the bottom of the paper. If we select circuit C instead of B.

A deflecting force will act upon the particle wherever it moves across magnetic flux lines. Calculations involving field energy in the electrostatic case have long been made without difficulty. for these fields can exist in an observer' s reference frame.. Let us examine this aspect of the field more closely.). An analysis of the nature of the motional electric field will reveal. As we shall see. p.84 With the exception of mason and Weaver' s text. and the transfer of energy between the primary and secondary coils of a transformer without any movement of its component parts give direct evidence that electric energy is distributed in the space occupied by the Et field. no one questions the actuality of the special distribution of energy in the case of the electrostatic field or the Et field. let us now take up a digression at this point. Such induction is called a motionally induced emf or flux cutting emf. for neither the electrostatic field nor the Et field possesses this property. this field has some of the most unusual and interesting properties conceivable. op. are present.where moving electric charges are present --."since no electric field is present in the observer' s reference frame" (21 ~ Page & Adams. This is the electric field which is present in the moving wires constituting the armature coils of an electric generator. The very nature of this electric field requires the concept of the spatial distribution of field energy. due to a magnetic vector potential intensity varying with time (20 ~ The transformer law is usually stated in terms of the negative time ration of change of magnetic flux linking with the circuit and this gives the total induced emf. Whether we think of it as a deflecting magnetic force or an electric field. Insofar as this writer is informed. As viewed from the reference frame of the particle. cit. is not only required for a satisfying understanding of phenomena where this field is involved. or charge is at hand or not. for stationary . but it actually induces basic ambiguities and impossible conceptions. It causes an emf to exist in a conductor by virtue of motion across magnetic flux. little literature appears to exist which directs attention to the ambiguous nature of the concept of the spatial distribution of energy as concerns the two electromagnetically induced electric fields. whether a conducting circuit. In the reference frame of the magnetic source giving rise to B only a magnetic field is present. Three essential operational ingredients are necessary to bring this Em field into existence: (1) A constant magnetic induction B. One observes that the moving charge is acted upon by a force which to all appearances is wholly magnetic in nature. (2) an electrically charged particle e (22 ~ the charged particle may be an electron in a piece of matter. The electric field produced by this type of induction is most conveniently designated by the time rate of change of the magnetic vector potential. that this concept of spatially distributed electric field energy. Let us now examine the origin and basic nature of the motional electric field with its unusual property. This vector field equation was derived by Lorentz from the empirical force formula of Biot and Savart. this force (v x B) has many aspects of a real electric field and in fact it is termed a motionally induced electric field having an intensity (v x B) per unit charge. That the electric field induced by a magnetic flux intensity which is changing with time has a spatial distribution of energy. Em = V x B. Page and Adams have emphasized one of these unique properties. or free as in a gas). whereas the motionally induce electric field does not have any such identical distribution of electric field in space is one of the most crucial of the fundamental differences in their properties. Since the establishment of this fact that these two fields differ radically in their relation to field energy is all-important to the objectives of this treatise. or conductor. "exists only in the moving conductor" --. 16). either free or in matter. it is obvious that it exists only at the points in space where moving charges. a relative velocity v between the particle and the reference frame of the magnetic source producing B. They point out in the case of the generator with a rotating armature coil that this field. on the other hand.

rather than electrical. In a vacuum. The speed of the particle and hence its kinetic energy remain unchanged. this force can do no work on the charged particle upon which it acts. Few further impose the condition the velocity vo of the tube be kept constant in magnitude and direction. How can this be possible? Let us proceed as Mason and Weaver have suggested by considering "a quantitative description of the individual behavior of charges". or in space between moving electric charges. the radius of which is readily obtained by equating the force Bevo to the centrifugal force mvo2/r and solving for r. Figure 3 ~ It will be acted upon by a mechanical deflecting force F = e vo x B. Without the presence of both magnetic fields. It is well known that such force will cause the particle to travel in a circular path. The force is actually the force of lateral repulsion between two magnetic fields. no Em field or deflecting magnetic force exists. that since the deflecting force is always at right angles to the relative velocity vo of the particle and also to B. and no energy is extracted from B. The actual action on the charged particle is magnetic in character. Since the displacement of the particle is always in a direction at right angles to the force. e. This force. the moving particle (or current element) is surrounded by a concentric distribution of magnetic flux. Let a positively charged particle with mass m and charge e be projected into a vacuum chamber with uniform velocity vo at right angles to the direction of uniform magnetic flux B. r = mvo/eB. and the other due to the applied B. For clarification let us suppose the particle is enclosed within a frictionless tube the axis of which is at right angles to vo and to B. which will hold it to a circular path until its original kinetic energy is dissipated by collisions with neighboring particles. or discontinuous nature. one due to the moving particle. The particle is thus trapped by the magnetic field. which only changes the direction but not the magnitude of the velocity of the particle. It will also be readily seen that this force on the charged particle exists only when there is a magnetic field about the particle. (v x B) will always be at right angles to v and B. no work is done on the particle by the deflecting force.85 electric charges are unaffected. Whether the particle is confined within the boundaries of a wire or not. v and B. Let us examine the behavior of the particle within it. arising from the magnetic repulsion between two magnetic fields. hence the existence of f requires the simultaneous presence of all three of its essential components. The particle has initial kinetic energy T = 1/2 m vo2. As the tube moves forward. the particle is prevented from moving in a circular . acts like a circular deflecting constraint or baffle. or by radiation. Hence it must necessarily have a spotty. By Ampere' s Law. It is of particular importance to this discussion and is again repeated. Let us next observe that the force f always acts at right angles to both v and B. no such force exists.

The electromotive force induced between the terminals of a short straight linear conductor of length l moving with relative velocity across a magnetic induction B is given by the formula: (Eq. The concept of v x B as an electric field is a convenient mathematical construct. for computing induced emf' s. that of B and that of the moving charge. one along the tube. A single . To maintain the original forward component of its velocity vo constant. The energy associated with this field is directly imparted to the charged particles by a mechanical prime mover which produces the relative velocity instead of by an actual electric field. which will be constant (vo x B). it cannot exist except a those points where electric charges with magnetic fields about them exist. As the particle acquires a velocity component vt along the axis of the tube. Since no electric Em field exists in a space without charges. Therefore. We thus see the that the additional kinetic energy imparted to the charged particle moving down the tube is transmitted to the particle directly by the external force moving the tube. 2) E=vxB•l whereas that induced in a closed circuit is given by: (Eq. In these formulae the term v x B represents the direction and magnitude of the fictitious electric field intensity em. when viewed from the standpoint of an observer at rest in the reference frame which is traveling with velocity vo. but it can and will begin to move along the axis of the tube under the deflecting action of the magnetic field. often befogs it. An important point in the foregoing analysis is that it serves to illustrate the fact that since the Em field is by its intrinsic nature only the repulsive force between two magnetic sources. The Em field is only at those points where a magnetic field exists that can interact repulsively with the magnetic induction B. and one at right angles to the tube (vt x B). but the actual nature of the phenomenon with which one is dealing must be kept clearly in mind to avoid mistakes. it is evident that there can be no continuous spatial distribution of Em electric field energy as there is in the case of the Eo or Et fields. The modus operandi of v x B is thus seen to be wholly magnetic in character. The conception of this force.86 path by the walls of the tube. the external agency moving the tube will have to supply the particle with additional kinetic force in this direction. opposing to the forward motion (Lenz' s Law). as being an electric field similar in character to that of an electrostatic field is therefore an artificial figment of the imagination which instead of clarifying the understanding of motional electromagnetic induction. We need to remember this fact when we think of the Em field phenomenon from the viewpoint of a moving magnetic flux acting on a stationary electric charge. the resultant force v x B acquires two components. 3) E = ? v x B • dl and is often difficult to evaluate. however. This kinetic energy is continuously channeled along the tube by the deflecting action of the magnetic induction B interacting with the magnetic field formed around the moving charged particle and the constraint of the tube itself. there is no Em field energy in a vacuum or in free space such as can exist with an electrostatic field.

Since the real basic nature of the v x B phenomenon has not hitherto been exposed in detail and hence is to a large extent currently taught and believed to be of an electrostatic nature by theoretical physicists. identical in nature to an electrostatic field. H. 488. "the… equations…may be taken merely as an expressing relations between quantities as measured by one observer S and another S' moving at velocity v relative to S" (23 ~ J. "Notice that (v x B) is not an electrostatic field intensity for it is not due to a distribution of charges. 1923).. We have shown that the line integral of electrostatic field intensity around any closed path is always zero and there is no exception in this case. Added in this manner. McGraw Hill Book Co. and a net amount of work is done by a charge in moving completely . Smythe: Static & Dynamic Electricity. 119). due to magnets. points out that nothing in the postulates of the Special Theory require such an interpretation. Press. "R is an attribute of the relativity equations. i. and a magnetic induction B' given in vector notation in absolute gaussian (c. and a uniform magnetic induction B. 606. Cullwick states. p.(v/c)2 and c = 3 x 1010 cm/sec.87 phenomenon when viewed from two different reference frames can appear to be fundamentally different. and an external agency is feeding energy into the system. it will be worth our while to go into some of the subtle aspects it presents when it is so conceived. Smythe states that the forces represented by the added terms "…d iffer from electrostatic forces. The current confusion among physicists is that many interpret relativity theory as showing that ? v x B/c is an electric field. Jeans: The Mathematical theory of Electricity & Magnetism. 5) E' = ? E { .g. they are identical with those we have already called magnetic forces" (25 ~ William R.e. (v x B) is due to the motion of the conductor in the magnetic field. that they do not claim to include any physical interpretation of the phenomena" (24 ~ Cullwick. ?E x B)/c. The Special Theory of Relativity as applied to electrodynamics states that if we have a uniform electric field of intensity E. The reader will note . op cit. Let us consider the popular view of this phenomenon as presented by most interpreters of relativity theory. the electrostatic field intensity set up by the displaced charges integrates to zero around any closed path. 1939). but such relative viewing does not alter the fundamental basic cause giving rise to it.(1/c) v x B} B' = ? B { . and V(v that E' is the vector sum of two electric intensities. both at rest in a reference frame S.. p. which is an electrostatic field. Winch in his excellent treatise states. Jeans.(1/c) v x E} where ? = 1/? 1 .) units by: (Eq. p. One might call these additional forces electrokinetic forces. Cambridge Univ. 4) (Eq.. due to charges. then in frame S' moving with uniform velocity v with respect to S an observer will find an electric intensity E' .s. however. but as we shall see. He states. many physicists have tacitly assumed that E' and v ? x B/c must likewise be interpreted as electrostatic in nature.

Prentice & Hall. Equations (7) and (8) represent respectively the electrostatic. (2) "To your knowledge. p.88 around the circuit. and the motional electric. And this stand is taken admittedly by these physicists without a single iota of direct experimental evidence with which to support it! During the early stages of the work on this project. I can recall of no such existent evidence. (1) "If it were ever discovered that the motional electric field v x B/c was unique and not identical to. It is important to observe mathematically that in the general case every term of both of these equations (4) and (5) is a function of B where B = v/c. If now E and B in reference frame S are adjusted so that they are both perpendicular to v and to each other and their intensities fixed at constant values such that: . Winch: Electricity & Magnetism. because it is the magnetic force on the charges moving with the wire which sets up the electric field intensity" (25 ~ Ralph P. field components of the resultant electric intensity E' in the reference frame S' moving with uniform velocity v with respect to S. an electrostatic field. I called on several Nobel Laureates to discuss the worthwhileness of this endeavor. one of whom was the distinguished physicist and authority in the field of electrodynamics. the writer has discussed the subject with many exponents of relativity theory who are quite insistent that all the terms in Equation (4) must be considered identical to. "Come to think of it. two will be of interest to the reader. Inc. and indistinguishable from. and indistinguishable from. 536. 6) ? = [l + (l/2) ?2 + (3/?) ?4 + … ] Substitution in the two right hand terms of Equation (4) yields (Eq. who had delivered a lecture at the 1944 Public Affairs Conference at Principia College. Among the questions asked. A personal letter from a colleague at our National Bureau of Standards also takes this position. By a binomial expansion it can be readily shown that: (Eq. an electrostatic field. 8) Es = ? = [l + (l/2) B2] E E'm = ? [v x B/c] = [l + (l/2) B2] (v x B/c) = BBn where v and B are taken at right angles to each other and n is a unit vector at right angles to both v and B and terms of higher degrees that B2 have been dropped. as well a several Nobel Laureates with whom he has consulted. 7) (Eq. Enrico Fermi.. Notice also the (v x B) does not exist in the absence of moving charges. his reply was. Notwithstanding such pronouncements." It will now be shown that the relativity equations themselves provide a means for obtaining a fuller understanding of the physical nature of the terms they contain. 1955). do you know of the existence of any direct experimental evidence which confirms the belief that the motional electric field and the electrostatic field are identical in nature?" After considerable thought. would this discovery be of any great value to our scientific knowledge?" His answer in substance was: It would indeed be of very great significance and consequence.

which would require that it vary parabolically with ? instead of linearly. It will at once be evident that although E's and E'm can be made equal to each other in magnitude and opposite in direction for any one reference frame S' . This proof amounts to nothing more than saying that the dynamic behavior of a charged particle will be the same in both fields. To simplify the picture. as previously shown. Most relativists claim that under this situation there will be complete cancellation of electric fields.) A stationary electron in S' will therefore experience no force acting upon it because the resultant electric intensity in this frame is zero. moving with uniform horizontal velocity v. and it is readily understandable that many physicists have so interpreted it. This motion projected on frame S' moving with velocity v. is that of a point on the circumference of a circle rolling in a horizontal plane along a line in the direction of -v. rectangular. Also analysis shows that a prime mover is . In the reference frame S' . and parabolic as seen from S. balanced against each other with a zero resultant in one (or possibly two) particular frames. This is a clear-cut case of the simple superposition of two distinct types of fields. Furthermore. The path of the particle as seen in frame S would be circular. It will be observed that E's and E'm are parabolic and linear functions of B respectively. The (v x B)/c term most clearly simulates the characteristics of an electrostatic field when it is isolated by itself. then it would have to behave like one. then in this frame we will have only the isolated electric field v x B/c. for a straight line can cut a parabola in not more than two points. as they are in the case of a uniform electrostatic field. let us first assume a vertical uniform magnetic induction B in frame S and no electrostatic field present. It is thus self-evident that in the general case it would not be possible to make these two oppositely directed fields continuously equal in more than two possible reference frames at the most. If the E'm term represented an electric field which is identical to and indistinguishable from an electrostatic field. similar. an observer will discover a horizontal electrical field. nevertheless such equality of E's and E'm would be possible for only two frames at the most. such that v = cE/B. by assigning fixed values to E and B in S. the path of a free electrified particle in frame S' under the action of the two fields which are at right angles to each other will be that of a cycloid traced on a horizontal plane. Now this electric field very greatly simulates that of an electrostatic field. If we now superimpose a uniform magnetic induction B" equal in magnitude and opposite in direction to B' . with respect to S. in frame S' . Let S' be a frame of reference moving horizontally through this space with velocity v at right angles to both E and B. How could there be complete cancellation of fields in a particular frame if there is a real difference in their intensities manifest in the reference frames having both greater and lesser velocities than this particular frame? Surely such a situation calls for fields which are distinct and unique. The path of the particle in this field is now rectilinearly in the direction of v x B/c in S' .89 E's -E'm = 0 Then these two electric field intensities will be equal in magnitude and opposite in direction (27 ~ Two large. and vertical plates separated by a distance d could be oppositely charged and electrically isolated in s. since the curl and divergence of v x B/c in S' are both zero. Above and below the air space between the condenser plates two large circular horizontal Helmholtz coils could next be fastened so that when connected in series a constant current through them would produce a uniform vertical magnetic induction B in the space between the condenser plates. parallel. without the presence of a resultant magnetic induction! It is this case which has been mostly responsible for the popular belief that the two fields are identical in nature. moving with an assigned value of v and a fixed proper adjustment of E and B in frame S. In the following chapters we will show experimentally that this is not always true. but not in neighboring frames of reference. with the resultant vertical magnetic induction of zero intensity. mathematicians can call upon what is known as the identity theorem as a proof that the Em field is identical to an indistinguishable from an electrostatic field. (v x B)/c and a vertical magnetic induction B' = B (assuming velocities small with respect to c).

(2) The magnet giving rise to B" in S' and which must be continuously supplied with energy from a prime mover. The particle can thus be made to travel rectilinearly in S' . A free electron originally at rest in S' will be accelerated rectilinearly in S' at right angles to o v . If. At the commencement of its motion the particle is at rest in frame S' . Let us again analyze this case carefully because of its great importance. and the resultant magnetic induction is zero. work must be done continuously upon the magnet giving rise to B" in S' . In the first place. No prime mover is required in the electrostatic case! The energy in this case comes from the field itself. At this point one needs to think carefully. We now discover that the superposition of a magnetic induction B" in S' accomplishes the same thing that the tube did. then its motion v' with respect to S' will produce a new deflecting intensity v' x B' /c in frame S' in the direction of vo. since (vo x B)/c is the only electric field present in S' . The energy would appear to have come from a spatial distribution also as in the electrostatic case. A prime mover gives kinetic energy to a magnet. The deflecting intensity v x B' /c in S' directed against the forward motion of the particle arises by virtue of Lenz' s Law. in the direction ofv (o x B)/c provided energy is continuously given to it via the role played by B". thus replacing continuously the kinetic energy channeled at right angles by (vo x B)/c and thus keeping the velocity of the particle in this forward direction constant. It appears to an observer in this frame that the particle starts from rest and begins to move in the direction of (vo x B)/c. the kinetic energy which is being channeled at right angles to vo must be continuously replaced. The electron is seemingly without contact with any material body. Kinetic energy is imparted to a free charged particle and gives it a velocity vo with respect to frame S. and thus does work continuously. that this deflecting intensity was shown to channel the kinetic energy of the particle down a tube without itself imparting energy. But this accomplishment can only be achieved by feeding energy to the particle continuously in the forward direction as the tube did and this is done by a prime mover acting on the magnet giving rise to B". the equal and opposite magnetic induction B" is introduced in this frame. The force on the particle due to this intensity will act continuously as long as the particle moves at right angles to vo. This is the situation which appears on first inspection to be exactly like an electrostatic field. To do this.This magnetic induction B" interacts with the magnetic field around the charged particle so as to continuously push the particle in the forward direction vo. We will remember in one of our previous discussions. and to the direction of B. To enable the particle to maintain constantly it original forward velocity vo. hence the electric field (vo x B)/c appears to be the only source of its steadily accumulating kinetic energy. which in frame S' appears as increasing kinetic energy of the rectilinear motion of the charged particle. The function of the tube actuated by a prime mover was to continuously supply to the particle the energy to so channel and prevent the particle from taking up a circular path in S or a cycloidal path in S' . however.90 required for moving the source of B" and supplies energy to the particle continuously. because the action of B" on the particle is to assist its forward motion with respect to S in exactly the same amount that v x B' /c depresses it. If the magnetic induction is S' is only that due to B. thereby making its path in S' one that is wholly at right angles to vo. and its magnetic field pushes on the magnetic field around the particle. which is moving with the same velocity. No magnetic field energy is used up in this . Two magnets are involved in this action. we must remember that an electric field of the type (v x B)/c cannot of itself impart energy to the electron because its line of action is always normal to the velocity of the electron with respect to S. (1) The magnet giving rise to B' in S' and which is at rest in S. the effect would be to produce another deflecting intensity v' x B' /c which would be equal and opposite in direction to the intensity v' x B"/c. This appearance is exceedingly deceptive and is the basis of this current false assumption with respect to the motional electric field.

What should surprise is that physicists should have assumed. 369). This assumption having served him well in formulating his beautiful electromagnetic equations. p. electric field by Maxwell. The magnetic field of the magnet is a physical part of the magnet which pushes against the magnetic particle with exactly the same force that the tube did in our earlier description. and interfered. op.. No spatially distributed motional electric field energy enters the picture of this field. without direct experimental evidence. instead of being electrostatic has a description which is essentially the direct transfer of mechanical kinetic energy from prime movers to the particle. cit. Chapter 2 The Electromagnetic Force Equation Three outstanding electric field intensities when added together vectorially. more or less. and if oppositely directed hold the object in equilibrium. There is no real electric field involved in this picture except that around the charged particle. Macmillan Co. p. accelerated motion. with clear-sighted judgment. the unfortunate corpuscular theory of Newton controlled scientific thought for over a century" (28 ~ Florian Cajori: A History of Physics. It performs the same function as that of the tube. p.?A/?t (29 ~ Cullwick. exert identical forces on one and the same object. Moon and Spencer derive a new formulation for this equation based entirely on the force between two charged particle Q1 and Q2 (30 ~ Moon & Spencer. or that a man is a monkey! Such. however. A monkey and a man are two distinctly different agencies (we hope)! They can. But surely no one will use such an argument as evidence that a monkey is a man. no relative motion. (b) constant Q1. Cajori states: "The unscientific physical speculations of Aristotle held the world bound within their grasp for two thousand years. and only one. op. however. and (c) constant Q1. that these combined magnetic forces could be identical to and indistinguishable from an electrostatic field. when added become respectively: . Thus the whole action of an isolated (v x B)/c field on a charged particle. 287) In their A New Electrodynamics. It has taken over a century to pierce the fog created by the assumption of one. 1922). cit. uniform relative velocity. 9) E = Ec + Em + Et = Cr/4?eor3 + (B x V) .. The uniform and relative motion of two magnets with equal and oppositely directed fields and the presence of an electric charge released with kinetic energy from its position of rest in the reference frame of one of the magnets produces a combination of pushing and deflecting magnetic forces which causes the particle to behave as though it were in an electrostatic field. nevertheless became a prejudice. This should not surprise us. constitute what has been termed the electromagnetic force equations (in kms unts): (Eq. 101. appears to be the nature of some arguments that (v x B)/c is intrinsically electrostatic.91 transfer of energy to the particle.. These authors show that all possible electric intensities can be exerted by charge Q1 and Q2 due to (a) constant Q1. which when moving (by Ampere' s Law) gives rise to the magnetic field around it.

Equations (9) and (10) then reduce to: (Eq. and show five examples. each will act as though the others were absent. each of these fields is unique. To illustrate this point. but which find correct answers in every instance with their formulation (10) (31 ~ P. and oppositely directed. 11) E = Ec . i. tacitly implies that this principle holds true in all cases. parallel. one of which is unique by virtue of electromagnetic properties not possessed by the other. It becomes obvious that nature alone can give us the answer to the questions we have raised. In the next chapter we will describe in detail experiments which answer the questions we have raised. What they do not point out is that when the terms of (9) are applied in the same discriminating manner with respect to the operational aspects of the problems. the resultant field will not be zero as required by equation (11). 213. 10) dv/dt E = Ec + Em + Et = F/Q2 = Q1r/4?eor3 + Dr Q1/4?eor2 (v/c)2 [1-3/2 cos2?] -aa Q1/4?eoc2r Note that the Coulomb intensity Ec is the same in (9) and (10).. will give us a clear cut answer to the question of fields. electric or magnetic! The authors claim considerable advantages for their formulation (10) over that of (9). Franklin Inst.92 (Eq. however. while the action of the other is restricted (due to their unique properties) then. in the presence of the other. can be superimposed and added vectorially. E. each with its own unique physical properties. then the Principle of Superposition as applied to these fields is open to question. If then we can arrange such a unique experiment which will pit these two agencies Ec and Em against each other equally. we will have a critical means whereby experiment alone. The simple addition of the separate terms in both (9) and (10). then one would have to admit that the simple addition of these terms is scientifically correct. The motional intensity Em and the transformer intensity Et differ in form but represent in each of the two equations the same identical accelerating agencies. p. vol. however. The outstanding difference between the two equations is that with (10). 260.. the ambiguities disappear and correct answers are forthcoming. The Principle of Superposition as applied to fields. and each of the three terms being of this one nature. If. and a physical experiment can be so arranged as to permit only one to act. J. 1955). then the resultant field is zero. as was (10). If there was but one electric field in nature. This tacit assumption in turn stems from the assumption that there is but one electric field. each of which involves difficulties and incorrect answers if the classical Maxwell equations are employed indiscriminately. one can calculate electric intensities without having to entertain any field concepts.e. states that when several fields are superimposed on one another. If in such an experiment the equation (11) is unambiguously not zero. in this case. Moon & D. not assumption nor dogma. and the application of the Principle of Superposition. we have several unique electric fields in nature. Spencer: "On Electromagnetic Induction. if one field can be made to act alone. . superimposed so as to be equal in intensity. then this experiment will prove experimentally the spatial existence of unique electric fields. If.Em = 0 It becomes obvious at once that if there is but one electric field in nature. let us consider a case where we have only the two uniform Ec and Em fields present.

Believing that the isolated motional electric field v x B/c has been shown mathematically to be electrostatic in character because teachers of relativity theory have taught this. This means that the Et electric field must be unique in nature. and no electrostatic field is present. As we have seen. the equilibrium condition requires that all charge resides on the outside surfaces and that no charge or electric field whatsoever exist in the interior. In order that this phenomenon may be thoroughly understood. nevertheless. We will. This behavior has been termed the fundamental law of electrostatics first stated by Poisson: "The equilibrium distribution of the charges on conductors must be such that the force on any particle of electricity in the interior of a conductor. op. In order that the case may be transparently understood. this field had deceptive aspects which cause it to resemble in many ways the electrostatic field. Let us assume that we have an inertial system S which has only a uniform downward magnetostatic induction B. which is moving with uniform horizontal velocity v with respect to S. it is not difficult to stretch the imagination a little further to include the Et field. let us first review the electrostatic behavior and then contrast this with that of the other two electric fields. it becomes evident at once that the Et electric field cannot and does not qualify as being electrostatic in character. which applies to all electrostatic fields. caused by a varying magnetic induction with time. in contrast to the electromagnetically induced fields. since in a conductor electricity can move freely and the existence of a force on the particle will cause a flow of electricity. 13) E' = ?v ( x B)/c B' = ? B . the transformation equations (4) and (5) yield: (Eq. present in transformer coils. cit. Although most physicists are willing to admit that this field. is zero.93 Chapter 3 ~ Experimental Confirmations by Electrostatic Shielding In the first part of this chapter we will deal theoretically with the subject of shielding in order that the full significance of the experimental work to be described in the latter part may be transparent to the reader. Among the properties of electric fields. however. which arises from the growth or decay of a magnetic flux with time. is not electrostatic. nevertheless they cling tenaciously to the belief that there is only one electric field in nature (32 ~ Sleplan. In the inertial system S' . and only at high frequencies and with heavy shielding can this field even approach being effectively screened out. whether solid or hollow. does not obey this law at low frequencies." Physicists are well acquainted with the fact that the Et field. there is no single one which more clearly characterizes the uniqueness of the electrostatic field. 12) (Eq. proceed to present direct experimental evidence which confirms the claim presented in this thesis that the isolated motional electric field is note and cannot be electrostatic in character. Thus.). than the singular behavior of this field with respect to shielding. Since Poisson' s law is a fundamental law. let us consider a very simple case of relative motion.

but . both inside and outside the car. there will be within the car two oppositely directed coterminous electric fields. The question before us now is. equal in intensity and oppositely directed to the inducing field is established. since they claim ?(v x B)/c is identical to. therefore.94 For convenience. let us think of the system S' as a completely closed rectangularly shaped coach. "If it is assumed that magnetic induction has another property. The car is moving across a magnetic induction B directed vertically downward. an electrostatic field. Within the car. giving a view in harmony with most interpreters of relativity theory. directed from East to West. and it must. it follows that there are two electric fields which at every point are equal and opposite in direction. According to most interpreters of the Special Theory of Relativity. according to this view. By doing so we isolate the electric field E' within the car. When equilibrium is thus established. in balance such as to produce a zero resultant electric intensity. Hence. in a letter. Therefore every free electron within the aluminum shield will experience a force due to the electromagnetically induced field ?(v x B)/c urging it toward the right hand side of the car. has produced within it in accordance with the fundamental law of electrostatics a surface redistribution of charge which brings about the complete cancellation of all electric field within the car so that no charge or electric field whatsoever exists inside the exterior bounding surface of the car. written with respect to the inside of the shield: "If it is assumed that magnetic induction has a certain property not in conflict with anything observed experimentally. behave similarly with respect to shielding. Under the influence of this field a redistribution of charge thus takes place until an electrostatic field Es directed horizontally across the inside of the car from the West wall to the East wall. we know from experience that an ordinary electric field intensity probe would register zero. which picture is correct? Can it be that Es and Em are actually identical in nature and complete cancellation within the car takes place? Experimental evidence must answer this question. This induction would be reduced to zero by building around and attached to the car a large Helmholtz coil which would produce within and throughout the car an equal but oppositely directed induction B". One of these fields results from electromagnetic induction and the other from electric charges. however. not in conflict with anything observed experimentally. The transformation equations (12) and (13) inform us that an observer riding in his car would find a vertical magnetostatic induction B' . A colleague at the National Bureau of Standards. An entirely logical and different conclusion may now be arrived at by reasoning based upon our known laws of electromagnetism. of types Ec and Em. any prediction not in accord with both of these assumptions should be considered as lacking an experimental basis. We know that the magnetic field will penetrate nonmagnetic metallic conductors. has. it follows that at no point is there an electric field and on no element of surface is there an electric charge. which for ordinary speeds would be identical to B. An observer would find outside the car a uniform electric field E' . states: "The question arises as to whether the effect disappears if the apparatus is electrically shielded in the airplane. or no resultant electric field intensity. and indistinguishable from. traveling due North with velocity v. it will be of interest to note some of the comments made by physicists with respect to this question and the dense fog which has surrounded it. in commenting upon the problem of measuring ground speed in an aircraft by measuring the emf induced in a device by translation across the vertical component of the earth' s magnetic field. Smythe. being a good conductor. Therefore. Let us think of B as the magnetic induction due to the earth' s magnetic field (presumed vertical). the aluminum coach. given by (12). however. and it does. made of aluminum. Before presenting this answer. this is exactly what should be expected. clearly and decisively.

The terminals of this coil were connected to a Leeds & Northrup Microvoltmeter which was mounted on the plywood form. . Hooper: Physics 401 Project. The entire test circuit including the microvoltmeter was electrostatically shielded. which in turn was equipped with rubber-tire wheels so that it could be pulled at a uniform North-South velocity along the lecture table by an electric motor coupled to a reduction gar. 500. A very heavy coat of aquadag was applied over the test coil and the top and bottom of the supporting plywood frame. Static & Dynamic Electricity. Smythe.95 we also know that the induced electromotive forces in the shields will set up electric fields tending to counteract the fields induced inside. In addition. McGraw-Hill. The precise velocity was calculated with the use of a meter stick and an electric timer. March 26. S' finds his airplane in a transverse electric field.v ( x B)/c. Here again we have the uncertain popular view among physicists as to whether Es and Em are in this case identically equivalent concepts which completely cancel each other. as shown in the scale diagram Figure 4. a second circuit was wound on a plywood extension consisting of a single strand of #16 B&S copper wire held at a constant two-inch distance from the test circuit. and carried a uniform direct current so adjusted that the magnetic flux B" surrounding it would exactly cancel out the vertical component B of the earth' s magnetic field at the location of the test circuit. parallel to a large laboratory lecture table. The object of the experiment was to detect and measure the voltage induced in a test coil by the motional electric field Em while it was in a balanced and uncancelled state with an equal and oppositely directed electrostatic field Ec: Figure 4: The Ironing Board Experiment ~ Three electrical circuits were employed. all lying in horizontal planes." (33 ~ William R. The third circuit was a largely accurately constructed Helmholtz coil so mounted in the laboratory and adjusted that the trailing end of the test circuit moved horizontally in the central region (between the two coils) in which the vertical component of the earth' s field was completely cancelled. 1939) Thus. Principia College Library) This crucial experiment was so named because the apparatus resembled somewhat an ironing board on wheels. The Ironing Board Experiment ~ (34 ~ Egbert Jones & W. p. he cannot therefore use any metallic shields about his apparatus. J. We will now show that this does not occur. The test circuit consisted of a coil of 100 turns of #27 B&S gauge insulated copper wire wound in a groove on the 3/4" edge of a plywood form in the approximate shape of an ironing board 1' x 7' 4". 1954. Surrounding the forward end of the test coil.

4 30.1 30. The forward end of the test coil alone cuts the vertical component of the earth' s field.625 .651 .5 10.3 10.1 32.5 10. If they are equivalent and identical in nature.6 31.5 11.632 .0 20. likewise cuts the vertical component of the earth' s magnetic field.3 10.3 10. The shield.0 32.615 . The trailing edge of the test coil in the central region of the Helmholtz coil likewise can cut no flux. n = 100.1 28.644 .5 10.3 11.8 31.0 20.7 10.0 20.3 10. B = .623 .0 10.4 29. and finally put over the entire front portion of the apparatus.651 .55 x 10 Webers/m .680 .0 20. they will completely cancel each other out and the leading wires of the test coil will be in a field-free space.665 .7 11.7 10. The walls of the shield have induced in them an emf which drives electrons to the west side and leaves a positive charge on the east side of the shield.7 10.618 10.5 10.9 11.5 11.3 28.590 .0 20.0 20.698 .0 20.616 .7 10.4 11.704 .96 aluminum foil was wrapped around the forward semicircular part of the test coil.0 20. because they are unique and different in their fundamental physical natures. with the exception of the portion within the Helmholtz coil.0 20.2 10. When moved uniformly along the table.9 20.5 10.708 .6 10.699 .0 20. We know that these charges will build up until the electrostatic field caused by this separation of charge will be everywhere within the shield equal and opposite to the intensity of the motional electric field giving rise to it.0 20.5 11.2 28.0 10.5 32.1 29.5 10.76 .1 Average Values: 10.7 31.0 20.5 32.2 204.0 46.623 . the shielded wires of the test coil along the two sides of the frame move horizontally in the earth' s magnetic meridian and therefore cannot cut any flux.4 .0 20.5 11.0 28. If a voltage is induced in the test coil.0 20. Table II gives the results of 19 different velocities which were carefully measured: Table II Trial ~ Distance (cm) ~ Time (sec) ~ Velocity (cm/sec) ~ MicroV (observed) ~ MicroV (theory) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 10.626 .2 10.2 32.30 meters 28.7 32. We now have a perfect set-up with which to test experimentally whether or not the uniform isolated motional electric field is equivalent and identical to the electrostatic field.6 10. l = .0 20.0 11.3 10.4 10.2 10.0 20.64 -4 2 v = nvBl (volts.639 .6 11.2 11.2 11.0 20. it will be because these two fields do not cancel each other.5 10.1 10.0 202.8 30. and is not at rest with respect to the canceling flux B" of the secondary circuit.

for it is known that shielding is not effective in transformer cases in which this law is applicable. for it is well known that the iron pipe would completely screen out the earth' s magnetic field from the interior. The flux density B is constant throughout the experiment and therefore Maxwell' s equation Curl E = ?B/?t. therefore. the results should have been expected. We have shown in Chapter 1 that the flux linking a closed circuit can be changed in only three possible ways: (1) flux cutting. The test coil was rectangular in shape. The shielded wire was connected to a sensitive wall galvanometer which was also shielded. (3) special switching arrangements. Items (2) and (3) were obviously not involved in this experiment.97 The experimental average value of induced voltage is lower than the calculated theoretical average value by only 1. The Aluminum Box Experiment ~ In this experiment the entire apparatus was contained in a closed aluminum box which was moved horizontally in a North-South direction on a laboratory table. and this experiment involved such a time rate of change and. Therefore there can be no appeal to transformer phenomena. but was at rest with respect to the bar. The North and South sides of the rectangular coil were rigidized and supported in the same horizontal plane within the box. With this simple apparatus. flexible. The motional electric field alone is involved. Any movement North or South of the box thus caused these wires to either sag or become taut respectively. Here again we have only the isolated motional electric field involved. The argument has been advanced that this experiment proves nothing since by Faraday' s law an emf is induced where there is a time rate of change in total flux linking the circuit. The South side was fastened to the inside South wall of the aluminum box and the terminals of the coil were connected to a sensitive portable galvanometer also mounted on this wall so that the pointer could be read through an opening in the box. This argument is not valid for the following reason.11% and is well within the possible experimental error. which is his interpretation of Faraday' s Law. The deflections of the wall galvanometer for a given speed were identical with or without the iron pipe and electrostatic shielding around the wire in the trapeze bar. The North side of the coil was supported in a fixed position by two plastic rods which were clamped to fixed vertical support rods on the table. but the electric field Vx B is present without diminution. and extended horizontally through holes in the aluminum box. (2) the growth and death of flux as in transformer phenomena. The flexible East and West sides of the test coil hung in the magnetic meridian of the earth' s field. The Trapeze Experiment ~ The trapeze bar was made of six one-meter length pieces of soft iron pipe telescoped within the other. it ca be readily demonstrated that any small horizontal movement of the bar causes a deflection of the galvanometer directly proportional to its velocity. The experiment is so designed that the only possible seat of induced emf would have to be in the aluminum shielded leading wires of the test coil. A single strand of insulated and electrostatically shielded wire was threaded through the innermost pipe of the bar and fastened at two places in the ceiling of the laboratory in such a manner as to permit the trapeze to swing horizontally in a North-South direction while the supporting wires on each side moved in the magnetic meridian and therefore could cut no magnetic flux. No measurable magnetic flux exists within the innermost pipe. made up of many turns of fine. and uncancelled by the equal and oppositely directed electrostatic field set up by the separation of charge in the shield. cannot be invoked. insulated copper wire. The presence of the . The wire in the pipe cut the vertical component of the earth' s magnetic field. A brief account of two other shielding experiments carried out in the writer' s laboratory to provide interesting qualitative demonstration equipment will now be described.

theoretical and experimental evidence convincingly confirm the concept of the motional electric field as physically real and distinctly unique. the magnitude of the two terms in Equation (5) of the "New Electrodynamics" would have been identically equal and opposite and their algebraic sum equal to zero. If the magnetic field has no physical reality. Its magnitude varies with reference frames in a manner unlike the electrostatic field. They do. across the earth' s vertical magnetic field component. The implications and consequences of this discovery will be discussed more fully later. Upon the foregoing evidence we rest our case that this motional field is unequivocally a unique electric field possessing its own nature. operational. in the words of Enrico Fermi. This we will do in the next chapter. Mathematical. and fully accounts for all energy transfer. Summary ~ Let us make a brief summary of what we have thus far presented with respect to the motional electric field. Quantitative and qualitative experimental evidence such as has been carefully obtained in this case always has the last word. however. The foregoing experimental evidence requires a concept of something real to account for the real difference experimentally measured. Nature herself has given the answer which. North or South. should "indeed be of great significance and consequence" to our scientific knowledge. It closes the door on controversy and opens it wide toward the dawn of new horizons. whereas the conception of motional electric field energy existing at all and being distributed spatially. The deflections of the galvanometer with various speeds of the box are identical with those obtained when the shielded box is eliminated from the experiment and just the south side of the coils and the galvanometer were moved as before. lead us immediately to the necessity for making inquiry into the basic nature of the analogous motional V x E/c magnetic field. The crucial evidence of uniqueness is experimental and it has been shown that this field does not obey Poisson' s Fundamental Law of Electrostatics with respect to shielding. The crux of the theoretical argument involving this field amounted to the fact that the direct transfer of kinetic energy from a prime mover to a charged particle can be logically traced in detail and in accordance with known laws. The magnetic field and the motional electric field concepts constitute that "something of fundamental physical significance" which was intentionally but ill-advisedly omitted in the new formulation in terms of particle electrodynamics. then when the motional electric field was balanced against an equal and opposite electrostatic field. behavior and properties. in addition to being capable of transfer. .98 uncancelled motional electric field can be demonstrated to be existent in the test coil when the box is completely closed and moved with various speed. is next to impossible. We have asked nature a question and the reply is clear and unequivocal.

" (35 ~ A. A moving charge constitutes an electric current which in accordance with the laws of electrodynamics gives rise to a magnetic field. (2) The second source can best be described by a quotation from Sir Arthur Eddington: "Consider an electrically charged body at rest on the earth. 1929) The magnetic field arising from the solenoid is obviously born by the cooperative relative motion between unlike electric charges. But for the nebular physicist it is a charged body moving at 1000 miles a second. and Dc = EEc. 22. either at rest or in motion with respect to the solenoid. This intensity Hm = V x Dc = EV x Ec (mks units) where E [Epsilon] is the permitivity. The impossibility of these two fields beings identically the same becomes apparent upon comparison: (1) The magnetic flux arising from the steady flow of electricity in a solenoid can be measured in intensity and in spatial energy content at any point in the surrounding space by an observer. such as the flow of negative electrons past the positively charged atoms in a copper wire. B = mu Hs. How can the same body both give and not give rise to a magnetic field? On the classical theory we would have to explain one of these results as an illusion…On the relativity theory.. To illustrate the ambiguity. p. but no magnetic field.S. both results are accepted. The second type identify by the symbol Hm and arises wholly from relative motion v with respect to electric charges. magnetic fields are relative. it gives an electric field. Mu is the permeability (mks units). Eddington: The Nature of the Physical World. Macmillan Co. Since it is at rest. That the two magnetic fields Hs and Hm cannot possibly be identical in nature is proved mathematically as in the case of the Ec and the Em electric fields. 14) H's = B's = ?Hs and . The general mathematical expression for these two fields are obtained from the Einstein transformation equation (5) in free space where B = H in absolute gaussian (cgs) units as follows: (Eq. This type of magnetostatic field intensity is given the symbol Hs and is identified in Maxwell' s equations by Curl Hs = J where J is the current density. the magnetic field arising from two operationally different sources will be described.99 Chapter 4 ~ The Motional Magnetic Field The classical belief that nature has provide us with one and only one magnetic field has so befuddled reason that physicists have sought to eliminate the magnetic field concept entirely.

p. When this is done we see these fields as unique. The Hs magnetic field. for constant values of Es and Ec. they would immediately be out of balance and could not possibly cancel each other in any other frame of reference. the electric field Ec can do no work. and the motional magnetic field can be viewed as an electric field deflection which will act on moving magnetic poles. there is one and only one possible value of v for which these two fields would have the same numerical value. Inspection shows that if the two magnetic fields H's = ?Hs and H'm = ?V x Ec were parallel and balanced against each other. if they were balanced against each other in one reference frame. The motional electric field can be described as a magnetic deflection phenomenon produced on moving charges. Because Hm = V x Ec is a magnetic vector directed at right angles both to V and Ec. The first type Hs is analogous to the Coulomb electrical field Ec in that it has physical reality.(v/c)2 and c = 3 x 1010 cm/sec. since any displacement of a magnetic particle will be a deflection at right angles to this field.100 (Eq. and has a spatial distribution of magnetic energy ?H2/8? ergs/cm3 .. can impart energy directly to a magnetic particle from its field energy. Hence they cannot possibly be the same kinds of magnetic field. The motional magnetic field Hm is analogous to the Em field in that it too disappears when there is no relative velocity." (36 ~ ibid. The intimate relationship and unity between electricity and magnetism is seen in these two fields. One of the thrills of this research project was predicted by Bridgman when he wrote. "In this selfconscious search for phenomena which increase the number of operationally independent concepts. The two types of magnetic fields described above have such obvious dissimilarities that the only possibility of a consistent satisfying picture of them is obtained by the application of Bridgman' s Operational Viewpoint. because they behave differently with change in reference frames. we may expect to find a powerful systematic method directing the discovery of new and essentially important physical facts.224) It is worth our while to note that we have six such unique field concepts shown on page 11 instead of the classical two. 15) H'm = B'm = ?V x Ec where ? = 1/?l . however. or the modern particle dynamics with none! These new field concepts when understood in connection with the equations of modern electrodynamics completely eliminate the paradoxes and ambiguities which have plagued this subject for years and explain electromagnetic . In other words.

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Chapter 5 Gravitation

"In the limited nature of the mathematically existent simple fields and the simple equations possible between them, lies the theorists' hope of grasping the real in all its depths." (37 ~ Albert Einstein: Essays in Science, p. 110; Philosophical Library, NY, 1934)

"It may well be that the approach of a new theory cannot begin until the mathematical nature of the old ones is clearly understood." (38 ~ Freeman J. Dyson: Scientific American, September 1958) In the previous chapter we have shown how Bridgman' s Operational Viewpoint applied to our "… existent simple fields and the simple equations possible between them… " has enabled us to gain an understanding of "… the mathematical nature of the old… " classical equations of electrodynamics which were beset with limitations, ambiguities, and paradoxes. In order to obtain correct answers to our problems, it has been taught us that they must be analyzed operationally (40 ~ This becomes self-evident to anyone who will review the publications already cited, referring to Cohn, and to Moon and Spencer) to determine the particular types of fields that are involved, and the particular formulae among the six field types available must be selected and employed for the solution. The properties of each field type must be taken into consideration in working out problems. This clarified, straightforward procedure, working with unique field types, affords present possibilities that were not available to Einstein, due to mental doors which were closed. It was without question Professor Einstein' s life ambition to find the link between the gravitational field and the phenomena of electricity and magnetism. The reason for his failure appears now to be transparent in the light of this thesis. Most interpreters of his special theory, including Einstein himself, recognize the existence of but one electric field, in spite of the fact that Sir James Jeans has pointed out that such an interpretation of the terms in the transformation equation of his theory is not required by the postulates of the theory itself. (41 ~ J. H. Jeans: The Mathematical Theory of Electricity & Magnetism, p. 606, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1923) In the English translation of his volume, Mein Weltbild, Einstein makes several very pertinent remarks which bear upon this thesis: "It would of course be a great step forward if we succeeded in combining the gravitational field and the electromagnetic field into a single structure. Only so could the era in theoretical physics inaugurated by Faraday and Clerk Maxwell be brought to a satisfactory close." (42 ~ Albert Einstein: Essays in Science, p. 19; Philosophical Library, NY, 1934)

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In this chapter we deal with one of the "simple fields" which has been known for years and universally employed in the generators of our electrical power plants, the unique nature of which has been unrecognized and its usefulness only partly exploited. The greatest hurdle to be overcome in attempting to link gravitational force with any of the other known field forces of nature, is that property of gravity which enables it to act without apparent diminution in and throughout all kinds and combinations of matter. Insofar as we are aware there is no kind of matter which acts as an effective reflector or absorber of this force. Let us now review the results of the experiments described in Chapter 3, the Ironing Board Experiment, the Trapeze Experiment, and the Aluminum Box Experiment. In all of these experiments the motional V x B suffered no diminution by virtue of the kinds of electrostatic shielding employed (i.e., iron, aluminum, brass, aquadag). We knew with certainty where the seat of action of the induced motional electric field was localized in these experiments. The behavior of this field in these experiments, therefore, has aspects which are exactly similar to gravity. Even when the resultant B itself is reduced to zero, VxB exists unaltered! No other force exists, to our knowledge, with such an unalterable and penetrating nature except that of gravity! With the experimental evidence of the fact that the V x B field can in no instance be shielded from a region of space by a conducting shell and that it does not possess the properties of an electrostatic field, as has been tacitly assumed by theoretical physicists without experimental evidence to support it, we are brought face to face with the fact that this V x B field is really something entirely different than it has been hitherto thought to be, in spite of the fact that it is the generating field so active in our electrical power plants. Indeed it will be shown that this field should behave in a manner that is identical to gravity. Let us remember that this VxB field is an electric field, that is, it will exert a force on, and will cause the acceleration of electric charges. In this respect it is similar to an electrostatic field. But an electrically neutral conductor places in a VxB field is acted upon differently than when it is places in an electrostatic field. In the latter field only an outside surface redistribution of charge and field take place whereas in a VxB field the neutral conductor experiences an internal redistribution of charge throughout its entire interior with two types of electric fields existent within the interior, balanced against each other in the equilibrium state. This state of affairs has been experimentally verified in the writer' s laboratory and this evidence is the crucial blow which overthrows the popular view that the VxB field is electrostatic in nature. In the electrostatic case the field is entirely on the outside of the conductor, whereas in the VxB case, this field exists both within and without the conductor. Within a conducting enclosure which is placed in an electrostatic field, this field is well known to be self-cancelled, whereas when placed in a motional electric field, this field gives rise to what has been thought to be a canceling electrostatic field equal in magnitude and oppositely directed, but contrary to popular belief this motional electric field is uncancelled by this induced electrostatic field and remains undiminished in intensity and in balance with it. This immunity to cancellation by shielding is the property which it has in common with gravity. It is the penetrating property of the B x V field which qualifies it to play the role of a gravitational field (43 ~ The term B x V is use when one refers to a source which causes a magnetic flux B to move with a velocity V as would be the case when the field originates in atoms of matter. Mathematically, V x B = -B x V). This field can reach to every part of atomic structure and in and

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throughout the nucleus. Magnetic shielding cannot prevent it because B x V exists, regardless of the presence of a resultant B, which may or may not be zero. It seems incredible that this penetrating nature was discovered even in the days of Faraday and yet so little attention has been given to it. In describing the work of Faraday on electromagnetic induction, Maxwell stated that the intensity of the induced electric field "is entirely independent of the nature of the substance of the conductor in which it acts" (44 ~ Clerk Maxwell: Electricity & Magnetism, vol. 11, p. 181). This was also later found to be true for dielectric substances as well as conductors. Matter, as we know it, consists of electrons, protons and neutrons. The actual nature of the neutron is not known with certainty. This we do know, that a neutron does emit a beta particle, an electron. We also know that a proton can by electron capture turn into a neutron. While the present tendency is against the belief that the neutron consists of a proton and an electron in close bond, this thesis assumes that it does have an internal structure composed of opposite electrical charges. We so know that it has a magnetic moment. If magnetism is due to charges in motion, then we cannot be far wrong in this assumption. Electrons and protons also have magnetic moments. In other words, each of the elementary particles which make up ordinary matter has associated with it a magnetic moment, electric charge, or charges. In the experiments of Stern and Gerlach, magnetic moments were measured by causing a beam of particles to pass through a wedge-shaped magnetic field which deflected them. Let us consider a solid cylindrical bar magnet of circular cross section rapidly rotated about its longitudinal axis. While it is well known that in this case the magnetic field does not rotate with the magnet, let us assume for convenience that it does rotate with the magnet. If the axis of this magnet is vertical with the North pole uppermost, then in the equatorial plane midway between the poles of the magnet we will have a magnetic field everywhere directed vertically downward, and the motion of this field will be toward the observer on one side and away from the observer on the other side of the magnet. In this equatorial plane there will also be a radial horizontal BxV electric field. This field will be convergent or divergent depending on the direction of rotation of the magnet. Let us consider what would happen if an atom of any kind of matter is placed in a convergent or divergent BxV electric field. The planetary electrons will all experience a force which will shift their orbits slightly, say away from the axis, whereas the nucleus would be pulled toward it. There will be a very small differential in the magnitude of these two forces due to the slight shift in the position of the center of mass of the electrons with respect to the position of the nucleus. In this case, the push on the electrons will be less than the pull on the nucleus. The net effect of this will be a small attractive force which will tend to move the atom toward the axis of the magnet. Even a single neutron placed in a convergent BxV electric field might experience this attractive force if its constituents are oppositely charged attractive particles. Such a field might be employed to investigate the composition of the neutron! The crux of this paper is that it proposes that gravitational force is none other than the difference between the pull and the push of a convergent or divergent BxV electric field acting on the electrical constituents of atoms. The consequences of this proposal would mean that the phenomenon of mass is independent of weight. An electron alone in such a field might be repelled while a proton would be attracted. This is a staggering thought, but we know of a certainty that an electron or a proton by itself actually has weight? Might not the negative charge which the earth is known to possess be due to a radical convergent BxV field emanating from the atoms composing the earth? If all neutral matter consists of equal numbers of oppositely charged electrical particles then the total mass of a body would be proportional to the total charge of one sign contained within it. It is here proposed that the earth' s gravitational field might well be a convergent BxV field. We know that such a radial field is

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uniquely qualified to penetrate all space occupied by matter and produce a differential attractive force toward the earth' s center of gravity by separating elementary charges of opposite sign only a trifle from their normal mean positions and thus making the pulling force on the positive charges slightly greater than the pushing force on the negative charges. Each of the elementary particles of which all matter is composed is also an elementary magnet. The atom of today is a dynamic model. Each of these magnets has motion of some kind --- orbital, vibrational, precessional. In addition to possessing a magnetic moment due to spin, planetary electrons orbiting nuclei generate magnetic fields. These motions of the elementary magnets produce BxV fields which extend into space outside the atom. Nowhere in modern theory is an account given of these super-imposed BxV fields emanating from all matter. On might think that in ordinary nonmagnetic matter they would all cancel out since this is what happens with the magnetic fields in such matter. The electrons are paired in the various energy shells (of most atoms) in such a way as to effect this cancellation of magnetic fields outside the atom. Theory shows that if two such paired planetary electrons revolve in opposite directions, one clockwise and the other counterclockwise, their magnetic fields due to spin at a point outside the atom can cancel each other out and that their BxV fields can constructively reinforce each other. The capital theoretical discovery, however, comes from a study of the magnetic field generated by the orbital motion of the planetary electrons. The negative electron, revolving about a positive nucleus, clockwise or counterclockwise, gives rise to a BxV field which is, in either case, always directed radially inward toward the nucleus from points outside of atoms. The magnetic fields of two such oppositely revolving electrons will cancel, but the BxV fields reinforce each other. That these fields are directed radially inward makes it possible for them to account for the known drift of positive ions in the atmosphere down toward the earth and the opposite movement of negative ions upward. Because of its promising potentialities let us now take up an analysis of the magnetic field and motional electric field arising from orbiting planetary electrons. Let us take for our model the simplest possible example, the Bohr Hydrogen Atom. Consider the nuclear proton at rest and the negative electron as revolving in a circular orbit of radius ro about it with angular velocity v. The Ampere-Biot-Savart expression for the magnetic field B generated about a charge q moving with velocity v is in mks units: (Eq. 16) B = q v x r/r3 where r is the radius vector from q to a point P where B is measured. If the electronic charge -q is moving through free space without association with neighboring charges then we know that B appears as a motional magnetic field due to relative velocity of the electric field of the charge with respect to the observer at P. In this case, if the observer moves with the same velocity v as the charge, then the magnetic field at P disappears. On the other hand, if -q is moving in a linear conductor with relative velocity v, then an observer at the point P will observe a magnetic energy field B, whether or not he is stationary or moving. The actual value of B will of course be altered if the observer takes on relativistic velocities. But B will be observed in any frame of reference moving through, or stationary at, the point P. We now inquire with regard to the status of B at a point P when the planetary electron is revolving about the proton in a Bohr atom. Since we know this field is generated by cooperative action with the positive nucleus and that planetary electrons in magnets contribute components of orbital magnetic moment, we know that B must be an energy type magnetic field. The Ampere-Biot-Savant formula requires that at any instant the maximum values of B will be found at points along a rotating radius vector drawn from the proton through -q to the point. This means that the magnetic field energy of B is moving in a concentric orbit with the electron, with a tangential velocity V = (ro + r)w at any point a distance r from -q. If the magnetic field which the electron carries about it as it revolves in its orbit were of the motional magnetic

v = rw and v = row (Eq. in this case we know the magnetic energy is itself a physical reality by virtue of its known type. and B x V will be directed radially inward toward the proton. and hence moves with it. will in turn give rise to a motional electric field B x V. Let us now calculate the value of this field at any point P on the radius vector from the nucleus through -q when the electron is the upper part of its orbit. We will call this a convergent motional electric field. As it continues to swing through the lower part of its orbit it is at this time not clear just what effect will be present at P.105 field type Es x V generated solely by the relative motion of a single electric charge and an observer. then one could hardly impute motion to it. 17) Em = -qrow2/r approximately We note that as the electron swings through the upper half of its orbit a motional electric pulse directed toward the nuclear proton with a maximum intensity varying inversely as the distance from the electron should be present at point P. on one side mostly between the electron and the proton. This moving magnetic field. However. Figure 5 When the electron has a counter-clockwise motion in its orbit. Our knowledge of the structure of the fundamental particles is so small that we cannot say whether or not the electric field about the proton itself will rotate about it as the electron revolves in its orbit. Em = B x V = -q(v x r) x V/r3 And when r >> ro. V will have the same direction as v. it will give rise to a B at point P which will be directed up out of the page. and on the other side of . This toroidal-like band of energy obviously holds a fixed relative position with respect to the orbiting electron. The electron is the particle in motion and there appears to be good reason to believe that the magnetic flux generated around it will be confined. we know. This is illustrated in the accompanying Figure 5.

The motion of flux at right angles to this line will likewise induce an alternating electric field which will always be directed along this line but will have a greater intensity in one direction than the other. as its axis revolves in the electron orbit. without poles. The motion of flux toward and away from the proton will induce an alternating electric field which will always be at right angles to the line d. The point P is near the top of the figure farthest removed from the atom. An electron has spin. and is itself a small magnetic flux emanating from it.106 the electron out into space with its maximum intensity lying in the electron' s equatorial plane at right angles to its orbital velocity. one toward and away from the atomic nucleus and the other at right angles to this direction. the magnetic flux due to the electron will partake simultaneously of two superimposed linear simple harmonic motions. Let us digress at this point and consider another phenomenon to which we should give some attention. N = Proton nucleus. two component motional electric fields will be induced there. E = Electric intensity of B x V field in volts/m. It is directed down into the paper. In this latter case one would have a magnetic dipole at any instant in time. This means that at the point P in Figure 6. rotating counter-clockwise with angular velocity v and it will trace out a pear-shaped figure with the major axis directed along the line d. As the magnetic flux moves across the point with these two motions. The vector resultant of the motional electric field E at the point P will be a variable vector. This is clearly not the equivalent of the effect due to a continuous current flowing in a conducting circular loop. Figure 6 ~ E=BxV W = dw/dt = angular velocity of B x V field in volts/m. B = M/D3 Magnetic flux density due to M (in W/m2) at P. Out experimental knowledge regarding the behavior of magnetic fields with respect to rotation about axes of magnetic symmetry is such that we can state with considerable certainty that the magnetic field of the spinning electron should undergo a motion of translation only. whereas in the case of a single electron we are dealing at each instant in time with circular loops of flux. . with the electron located eccentrically within the circles.

107 M = Electron magnetic moment directed up out of the paper. 18) E = B x V = BVm = M/D3 rwm where m is a unit vector parallel to r but oppositely directed. V = rw = Tangential velocity in m/sec. Since D = ? r2 sin2 ? + (d .r cos ?)2 E = vMm / [r2 sin2 ? + (d-r cos ?)2]3/2 Since sin2 ? + cos2 ? = 1 E = Mrwm / [r2 d2 .2 rd cos ?]3/2 And when ? = 0? E = Mrw/(d-r)3 toward the atom. It can be readily shown that the motional electric field intensity at P will be given by: (Eq. When ? = 180? E = Mrw/ (d-r)3 And when ? = 90? or 270? E = Mrw/(d2 + r2)3/2 Graphed as a function of time. Ey along d would appear somewhat as shown below: .

Let us calculate this force in the case of the motional electric field generated by the electron as it orbits around the nucleus of an atom. The first one we found arises from the rotary movement of the magnetic flux which forms around the planetary electrons in their orbital travel. as we shall see. which obviously disqualifies it for the role of gravity. The field Em at the point P is given by equation (17). although it may prove to have some utility otherwise. any material object placed in a convergent motional electric field should experience a force tending to move it into a more intense region of the field. Returning to Figure 5. whereas the second effect would produce a very short range attractive field varying inversely as the fourth power of the distance. The second arose by virtue of the translational motion of the magnetic flux of the spinning electrons as they revolve in their orbits. hence the resultant attractive force.8 x 1015 rev/sec. we have: dF/dr = Q (dEm/dr) . When placed in the field. We shall now show that the first effect could very well be the agency giving rise to gravitational attraction. The charge nearest to the more intense region of the field will experience a pull which will be slightly greater than the push on the charge which is more remote. Our analysis thus far has led us to two quite dissimilar motional electric field which should be found emanating from all matter.108 Figure 7 ~ Whereas Ex would resemble a sine curve with equal positive and negative amplitudes. As stated earlier in this text. The first effect generates a radial electric intensity which varies inversely as the distance from the planetary electron. the body becomes electrically polarized and a very small separation of charge distribution should take place in every atom of the body. the atom at P finds itself momentarily enveloped in a convergent B x V field. The second effect varies inversely as the cube of the distance. A charge Q placed in an electric field Em experiences a force F given by: F = QEm Differentiating this equation with respect to r in order to obtain the difference between the pull and the push. The positive nucleus will experience a pull toward the attracting atom while the electron will experience a push away from it. let us imagine that another hydrogen atom is placed at point P. Every time the electron swings around in its orbit at a frequency of 6.

?r' = l ?r = Fqr ow /r . 22) and (Eq. if the proton moves slightly toward the source and the center of the deformed. The polarization displacement delta r produced by the field Em should be directly proportional to its intensity. We assume that it is not completely free to move but is restrained by elastic forces. 21) 2 2 2 ?W = ?F ? ?r' = L-Qqr ow ?r /r Since there are approximately 1015 simultaneous pulls and pushes delta P each second which as a function of time would be approximately sinusoidal it should give rise to a high frequency vibratory motion which should be approximately simple harmonic in character. We have therefore laid the foundation for a simple harmonic vibratory motion of the atom: (Eq. The intensity of the field decreases inversely as the distance r. we have: (Eq. to obtain dEm/dr and inserting this in (19) and solving for ?F. somewhat equivalent to that of a spring. This we call the gravitational force since it is an attractive force which pulls the H atom toward the source if it is free to move. When the attracted atomic system is moved a distance delta r' by delta F. we have: dF = Q(dEm/dr)dr Differentiating (17) with respect to r. If a separation of the center of charges takes place (polarization). When an H atom is placed in this field the positive proton is attracted toward the source of the field while the electron is repelled. we then have for the work: (Eq. so that these two centers are separated by a distance delta r. work is done. i.109 Hence.e. equation (20) expresses how much greater the pull on the proton will be than the effective push on the electron in its new orbit.. The motional electric field intensity Em given by equation (17) represents a radially convergent field. 20) ?F = Qqrow2 ?F/r2 It is important to understand just what equation (20) represents. If we assume that delta r' is directly proportional to delta r. 23) ?r2 = k' 2 qro2 w4/r2 2 . electron orbit shifts slightly away from the proton. if the difference dF causes a small separation dr of change in the mean distance between the proton and electron in the attracted atom. somewhat elliptical. Let us assume that upon release from the pull of a single pulse the H atom would be pulled back to its original position with an elastic force negatively proportional to the displacement delta r' . which is the difference between the pull and the push.

It seems reasonable therefore to expect that such a derivation as is here suggested cannot be too far from representing the electromagnetic basis behind the phenomenon. 25) delta W = K" Q4ro3 w6/ r4 For this type of motion we know that the maximum amplitude would be proportional to the square root of the total energy (25). 26) ?Fm = K" Q2roK v3/r2 Since the phenomenon is sinusoidal. 27) F = G M1N2/r2 which is Newton' s Universal Law of Gravitation. Equation (23) in (21) gives: (Eq. rt. 2. the . If the maximum amplitude is proportional to the maximum value of ?F then we have: (Eq. We have theoretically seen just how this field could very well be the vital agency which produces the attractive force we call gravity.110 where the k values are all constants. and G = K"' o krow3/ sq. a charge of electricity and relative motion between them. its effective value would be delta 7o = delta 7o/sq. The foregoing derivation is obviously a very elementary and non-rigorous attempt by the author to indicate how two hydrogen atoms could conceivably attract each other by means of their motional electric fields giving rise to Newton' s Universal Law of Gravity. It is preeminently an electromagnetic field. We teach that two such atoms do attract each other according to this law. We have also presented experimental evidence that this field possesses in common with gravity its chief property of being immune to shielding. 24) delta W = K" Qq3ro3w6/r4 and since Q = q in the H atom: (Eq. we have upon replacing delta fe by simply P: (Eq. The essential ingredients of this field consist of a magnetic field. electricity and magnetism on the one hand and gravity on the other. root 2 . If we now let Q2 = koM1N2. Whether or not this field will ultimately be identified with gravity remains to be shown experimentally. A motional electric field is an electric field because it acts with force on electric charges. the product of the two atomic masses. We have shown theoretically that two electromagnetic fields should emanate from all atoms. We have made a closely reasoned approach to what may ultimately prove to be the missing link in a unified theory between the three great forces of nature.

To the discoverer himself. H. Through the medium of the motional electric field emanating from atoms. in a measure exceeding our present comprehension. It would appear on the surface of things that Moray may well have tapped. it will be only half-understood. either one or both of the energy sources which have been described and mathematically predicted as originating from the atoms composing the earth. and his consequent inability to explain in understandable its operation in patent applications. it will be a mystery. we have considerable evidence in support of it. without knowing it. Nikola Tesla predicted essentially what has just been stated: "Ere many generations pass. p. In 1933 at the age of 77. could come to no other conclusion but that the electrical energy was obtained (at least in part) from field energy generated "… in the earth itself" (47 ~ ibid. if kinetic. The work of Mr. and confusing form. Moray is of vital interest to this thesis. While not then understood. have cost this man much disappointment and frustration resulting in virtually isolating him and his device from contact with those who could have been of great help. UT). this conclusion of Dr. published by himself. September 1958) For many years the writer has known of the somewhat obscure research activities of Mr. Moray: The Sea of Energy in which the Earth Floats. then head of the Department of Physics of Brigham Young University) who. there is no hope. incomplete. there is no experimental evidence extent that these fields transmit energy by means of quanta or ions. Eyring made so many years ago is now of capital interest. to everybody else. a recent statement by a contemporary scientist seems most timely and fitting: "When the great innovation appears. cannot properly be defined as radiant energy any more than one can think of the motional electric field in an alternating current generator as a form of radiant energy. An account of his work has been written up in several pamphlets (46 ~ T. The modus operandi of these two fields is one of electromagnetic induction even as it is in our electric generators and motors. our machinery will be driven by power obtainable at any point in the universe. especially in view of the comments made by Dr. which appear to have been well documented. emanating from the earth. This would be atomic energy in its most usable and nonpoisonous form. 144-145). might prove to be the source of free electric power. His claims. These fields. of having invented a device which would capture cosmic radiant energy continuously. sounded almost crazy upon first reading. both gravitational dominion and free electrical power would seem to be within the possible grasp of our age. High-sounding and speculative as the previous paragraph may sound." (45 ~ Freeman Dyson: Scientific American. Carl Eyring (in 1925. While these fields radiate or extend into space surrounding material atoms. and his fear of losing patent rights and a fortune.. Persuasive and excellent reasons exist to predict that these two fields. it will almost certainly be in a muddled. T. For any speculation which does not at first glance look crazy.111 intensity of one varying inversely with the distance and the other inversely as the cube of the distance. A properly designed ultra-high frequency receiving circuit incorporating a transistor valve should by electromagnetic energy of induction not only detect but transform and convert to usable form the kinetic energy of planetary electrons in the atoms comprising the earth. therefore. our hopes are in vain. then it is a mere question of time when man will succeed in attaching his machinery to the very Wheel-Work of nature. Is this energy static or kinetic? If static. . see also: "A Revolutionary Invention". after examining and studying the device in operation. SLC. Henry Moray. Not understanding the nature of the source and form of the energy his device absorbed. His research work on this device extends back into the period around 1926. and we know this for certain." At this point in our thesis. to the extent of 50 kw.

Further intense action by the generator might conceivable repolarize it in a reverse direction. mountainous. has been built and experimentally demonstrated. A space vehicle en route to the moon passes through such a depolarized state as the gravitational attraction of the moon on it gradually becomes equal to and oppositely directed to the earth' s gravity field. levitation and electric power appear to be practical when the experimental and engineering work of making an electronic generator of. but with a payload! The possibilities of obtaining free electrical power from the earth' s B x V fields appear equally exciting. Such a generator of artificially produced gravitational waves could make anti-gravity possible. for overcoming that which keeps us down. Fastened to. and directly above a space platform. Nature has the last word in any controversy in physics and when she speaks her words are final! A generator of a motional electric field. The research and experimentation needed to reduce to practice this exploitation of the earth' s B x V fields appears to have relatively few hurdles before it. This would cause the earth' s field to then act antigravitationally upward on the platform. and there are no roadblocks on the horizon to this accomplishment! What the consummation of this project could mean for the economic development of remote. What is needed in this project is something somewhat analogous to what lasers have provided for radiant energy in the form of an intense beam of concentrated coherent light. This device projects its field into the space surrounding the generator. inaccessible regions of the earth is beyond all imagination at this time. all electric and with no mechanical motions involved. Being immune to shielding. and for providing us with free electrical power! These two possibilities. carry it upward with not only the generator itself and operators. Every piece of matter on the earth is of course such a very weak generator and receiver. In the light of this thesis.112 Chapter 6 Anti-Gravity & Electrical Power The thrilling thing about this research project is the potential possibilities it presents. such a generator with its B x V field acting in the opposite direction to the earth' s BxV gravity field on the already polarized atoms in the platform would proceed to depolarize them and release them from the earth' s gravitational pull. The development of ultra-high frequency rectifiers appears to be its first requirement. the B x V field readily passes through the . If sufficiently intense. the ultra-high frequency direct pulsating motional electric fields such as are emanating from the atoms in the earth. the new horizons in field theory herald that the heritage of mankind is dominion over all the earth! Chapter 7 Some Confirming Experiments During the past two years the writer has devoted his full time to the task of producing experimental sources of B x V fields which speak for themselves. the B x V field form a generator might conceivably completely depolarize a space platform and make it weightless. Not only from stationary land installed power plant receivers. but from receivers installed on aircraft and space vehicles. and with controlled speed. and a receiver for.

and the virtual undestroyed field associated with uncancelled flux is still active and present. electromagnetic induction can seemingly be separated from magnetic flux energy. at the wire. If the magnet on the left be given a slow uniform velocity V and the one on the right a velocity V' equal and opposite to V. the products are both positive and additive. It is this virtual field which produces the pure motional electric field in the space . The movement of one magnet alone will be found to yield a galvanometer deflection of half that obtained when both magnets are moved simultaneously. Two short similar bars magnets are spaced apart as shown. hence. Both the B and the V of each source are identical in magnitude but opposite in direction. The inner plate is connected to the other terminal of the electrometer. straight insulated wire (surrounded by a grounded conducting shield). say overhead. The abstracts and papers will be found in the appendix. the name "virtual" is used to describe it. charges these plates. Voltages are induces in these wires. Surrounding the generator is mounted a cylindrical parallel plate capacitor. Figure 8 ~ A simple lecture table demonstration of the pure B x V field is illustrated in Figure 8. Note that in this simple experiment we have two sources of B x V. The generator. one terminal of which is grounded. then one will note a deflection of the galvanometer needle due to the pure induced B x V field acting in the wire. One of the most fascinating aspects of our discoveries is that by the use of the phenomenon of superposition of fields. Housing them in a stainless steel box with a door has served this purpose very well. Two papers describing the construction of the all-electric generator and the experiments performed with it have been presented to meetings of the American Physical Society. The magnetic flux intensity has been reduced to zero by the principle of superposition. The net result of these induced voltages is that the potential difference induced in that portion of the wire between the capacitor plates. Note also that the wire is always in a region where B = 0. since B x V = (-B) x (-V). Midway between them a long. is zero by the principle of superposition. In other words. The outer plate is connected to a very sensitive vibrating capacitor electrometer (Keithley 640).113 stainless steel walls of a grounded housing chamber. our all-electric motional electric field generator operates without the presence of detectable magnetic flux energy as such. It is a non-inductive device. therefore. and in doing so is measured by the electrometer. capacitor and electrometer are completely surrounded by a grounded electrostatic field. The resultant magnetic flux density B from the two magnets. perpendicular to the paper is fixed with its terminals connected to a sensitive galvanometer placed outside the immediate vicinity of the magnets. but where B x V is present and active.

with a current of 30 amperes. This newly discovered pure B x V field is the most unique phenomenon known to electromagnetism because it is devoid of the electrostatic and magnetic field characteristics we have hitherto known. therefore. on how much we can increase the V factor in the vector product B x V.7° K. approximately of the order of ~10-2 volts/meter. consisting of 12. i.. because the induction in the wires takes place in a region of space where. Our critics point to the very small values of the induced voltages we have measured in the field of our generator. At cryogenic temperatures. Nature herself bears the burden of proof and she has spoken out clearly in behalf of the uniqueness of the motional electric field. by superposition of fields the resultant magnetic flux intensity is reduced to zero without in any way impairing the electromagnetic induction of the virtual flux which is operative. This we know could be greatly enhanced in an electronic design of our generator. What the role of this new electric force field will be in the future development of electromagnetism is at present an open question. This is not disturbing to the author. It is but the natural path of all new discovery. In this device we are dealing with a transformer type of induced electric field caused by the growth and death of flux. however. Addison & Wesley..000 linear conductors.e. The experimental fact that this quantity does not increase with decreasing temperature encourages us in our anticipation that in the superconducting state where all resistance to electron motion disappears that V will be very great. The author endorses the statement of Wehr and Richards (48 ~ Introductory Atomic Physics. It is of great interest. at high current densities. it is the writer' s belief that a new era in gravitational dominion will be at hand. is the toroidal transformer. around 4. i. Should very high values of V be realized in our cryogenic experiments. Appendix: Summary of Experimental Work Done by Dr. we could expect to increase the B factor in a B x V superconducting generator. Hooper ~ Figure 1: Diagram of Circuitry employed for generating & measuring the motional electric field. We have experimentally shown that operating our present model at the temperature of dry ice. approximately doubles the value of V. p. The field intensity close to our generator is at present. It is of interest to note that our research simply extends this phenomenon to include flux cutting as well as transformer types of induction where B has been reduced to zero. It is a B x V field with the resultant B = 0. -50° C. Its immunity to shielding gives it a stature and a character of its own. since B = 0 there. 1962). to note that the wires of the secondary windings where the field is induced may be entirely existent in a region devoid of measurable magnetic flux. "At absolute zero the atom would have no significant cross-section and electrons could streak through a conductor without encountering any resistance at all". This phenomenon is always of interest to students. beautifully unique and isolated from all hitherto known special fields! Our generator produces nothing but this pure previously unknown field! Perhaps the closest approach to the V phenomenon inherent in our motional electric field generator. the electron drift velocity. Our hope in achieving an intense B x V field rests. It is not surprising that many physical scientists listen to this thesis with incredulity.114 surrounding the generator. . at room temperature. approximately 100 times. 218.e. Our generator is itself a unique and novel instrument for directly measuring V with considerable precision.

115 Figure 2: Capacitor Potential Differences measured as a function of DC current to the generator. Figure 3: Capacitor potential differences measured as a function of AC current to the generator. .

. we say that an emf is electromagnetically induced within the conductor. electron drift velocities can be directly determined. (2) When magnetic flux is moved perpendicularly across a conductor. FL That the magnetic flux surrounding a current-carrying linear conductor moves with the electron drift velocity is demonstrated in a motional field out into the surrounding space. Introduction ~ How can a force like gravity originate and emanate from atoms of matter made up primarily of three elementary particles --. and is present therein. It arises from the operation called flux-cutting. "It would be a great step forward if we succeeded in combining the gravitational field and the electromagnetic field into a single structure" (1). Sarasota. whether a conductor is present in this space or not.electrons. PO Box 1976. If equivalence proves to be a fact. If generation in great intensity becomes possible. Magnetic flux has been eliminated. and even anti-gravity. The presence of this unique. Electrodynamic Gravity. Principia College. weightlessness in limited earthly laboratories. The unique properties of this field strongly suggest its equivalence to the gravitational field. then direct absorption of gravitational field energy becomes possible for electric power without pollution. or lift instead of pull from the earth' s gravity. theory indicates that the concepts of artificial gravity is space vehicles. protons and neutrons? Einstein wrote.116 Similarities of the Motional Electric & Gravitational Forces W. A very considerable step in this direction may have been made by the advent of the recently invented motional electric field generator and the newly revealed properties of this field. . Inc. This field is not electrostatic. J. This phenomenon has been little thought of as involving the production of a spacially distributed electric field. special electric field is detectable and its intensity is measurable with an electrometer. It is immune to shielding. wherein the electric field is motionally induced within the space occupied by the moving magnetic flux. President & Director of Research. From such measurements. Hooper (Professor Emeritus. have possibilities of attainment.

Cullwick (5). For short. Hans Christian Oersted discovered that a current-carrying conductor has magnetic flux looped about it. This discovery served to unify the then separate sciences of electricity and magnetism. in an approximate orbital plane. The writer had independently been led to the same conclusion. each field should be treated as though the other is absent. The series connections were accomplished by turning the wired through 180 degree angles without breaking the insulation. 2010 conductors are at any instant carrying current and magnetic flux vertically . the planetary electrons of an atom orbiting about the nucleus. The resultant is obtained by the vector addition of each field considered singly. The design of the motional electric field generator was such as to imitate in an elementary way the planetary electrons in an atom. The two terminals connected to this composite of linear conductors are brought together at the axis of the cylinder and connected to a shielded and grounded two-wire cable. This generator demonstrates and confirms that the Oersted flux actually does move with the electron drift velocity of the current giving rise to it. from without. The origin of this field. "the principle of superposition of fields". and its production required the skill of an expert maker of generators and motors. When energized by a direct current. It is wholly electrical. The generator consists of 4020 insulated parallel linear conductors. we may assume that there are as many going in one direction as in the opposite direction. The Motional Electric Field Generator ~ The motional electric field generator was designed and built to provide a device which would project a pure motionally induced electric field into the space surrounding it. #11. This discovery is a basic and fundamental contribution to electromagnetism. in the space surrounding an atom of matter. set forth three documented experimental fats to support the idea that the Oersted flux around a moving conduction electron should move with it. radially directed toward the nucleus. in a careful. non-mechanical method for moving magnetic flux. The device involves no mechanically moving parts. The design of the motional electric field generator was the result. On the average. an electromagnetically induced electric field of vector intensity B x V makes its appearance in this space. In 1820. It also shows how this motion may possibly serve to explain the origin of gravitation from atoms of matter. The writer' s extended experiments (4) involving shielding confirms Maxwell' s description of this field. right circular cylinder. these moving fluxes will project an induced motional electric field. one who can see. being electromagnetic induction. A plan for experimentally investigating this phenomenon was evolved. consider yourself in the place of a Maxwell demon. thought-provoking analysis of moving charges. nine inches in length. If these charges carry their Oersted magnetic fluxes with them. A study of its properties is exciting. devoid of electrostatic and magnetic accompaniments. gives this field its penetrating nature which enables it to be present within either magnetic or non-magnetic conductors or insulators. and non-electrostatic in nature. Momentarily. It involves a newly discovered. entirely independent of the nature of the substance. In 1957.117 Correctly defined. combined with one of the most basic and orthodox laws of physics.G. The design of the generator itself will aid in seeing this possibility. formvar insulated copper wire. at right angles to both B and V. Clerk Maxwell wrote in his description of the work of Michael Faraday that the intensity of the induced electric field "is entirely independent of the nature of the substance in which it acts" (3). all connected in series and packed orderly side-by-side and tightly sealed together with epoxy into the shape of a solid. we can say that when magnetic flux of vector intensity B is moved across a region of space with vector velocity V. B. This principle states that in order to find the resultant intensity of the superimposed fields. this induced field is called a motional electric field.

the electromagnetic induction giving rise to what we term the motional electric field has by no means been cancelled nor reduced. and the resultant motional electric field intensity is E = B1 x V1 + (-B1 x -V2) = 2B1x V1. the inner cylinder of which is grounded and the outer cylinder is connected to the input head of a Keithley 640 Vibrating Capacitor Electrometer. The vibrating capacitor electrometer head is also placed in the cabinet. with the inner capacitor cylinder. and the same number of conductors are doing the same thing vertically upward. The principle of super-position of fields shows that each of the two sets of linear conductors contributes a motional electric field directed radially inward toward the axis of the cylinder. and connections are made to each plate. This composite cylinder is thus non-inductive with no measurable magnetic flux surrounding it. Although the magnetic flux energy in this device is reduced to zero. The epoxy covering the two ends of the generator is covered with a heavy coat of sprayed silver and this.D. The inner capacitor cylinder. Thus. equivalent to that which would be associated with the uncancelled magnetic flux around a single conductor carrying a current of over 120. stainless steel cylindrical capacitor. Experimental Measurements ~ The motional electric field intensity is studied an measured by the use of a highly insulated.118 downward. The superimposed magnetic flux from these two sets of conductors consists of horizontal circular flux loops. the potential difference of which is registered by the electrometer galvanometer. caused by the up and down movement of the slowly moving (virtual) magnetic flux loops. say. close to the cylindrical capacitor. the positive upward direction. is zero.600 ampere turns). = ?r1 r2 E dr = ?r1r2 BxV dr = ?r1r2 ?onIV dr/2 pi r where B = ?onI/2?r webers/meter2 and r1 and r2 are the distances . All connecting wires between the electrometer head and the galvanometer are electrostatically protected by grounded shielding.000 amperes (4020 x 30 = 120. A diagram of the circuitry employed in operating our generator is shown in Figure 1. The potential difference is obtained by integrating the line integral of the electric field intensity E between the capacitor plates. made of 1/8" stainless steel. half moving upward and half moving downward. placed around the generator. The generator with its cylindrical capacitor about it is placed within a large grounded stainless steel cabinet. we have a unique condition in the space surrounding the cylinder: the resultant magnetic flux. or double the intensity attributable to one set of conductors alone. It is given in mks units by: (Eq. induces an emf in the surrounding space and in the wire connected to the electrometer head and its ground connection. due to superposition of fields. the electron drift velocity in. The motional electric field. The capacitor plates are thus charged. forms a completely grounded electrostatic shield around it. and forms a partial housing. The electrometer galvanometer is outside the cabinet and has a grounding terminal for the whole electrometer system. The vibrating capacitor in the electrometer is energized by a small storage battery built into the electrometer galvanometer case. 1) P. half directed clockwise and the other half counter-clockwise. The motional electric field is projected into the space surrounding our generator when the DC current therein is 30 amperes. where B1 is the magnetic flux intensity due to 2010 linear conductors and V1. is insulated from the generator conductors by epoxy.

muo = 4 pi x 10-7. 63. Thus the potential difference measured versus current values yield a parabola. A decrease of 100-fold in n. The value of the electron drift velocity will also be directly proportional to the current./ muonI (1n r2 .D.1 meter. Measurements of electrometer potential differences P. n = 4020.78 cm/sec The classical derivation of the electron drift velocity is given by V = j/ne where j is the current density (j = 10/0. New Research Instrumentation ~ When improved and perfected. The magnitude of the motional electric field intensity will be seen to be directly proportional to the virtual value of the flux B involved.762 x 10-2 cm/sec. the number of free conduction electrons available per nit volume. where d is the density. when r1 = 0. r2 = 0. 9.1n r1) (meters/sec) V = 1. thus affording an experimental check on the Fermi-Dirac statistics method for obtaining this quantity. and the inner surface of the outside capacitor plate. for copper. 3) V = 2 pi P. we have: (Eq. It is interesting to note that when alternating current values were plotted against electrometer deflections that a straight line was obtained instead of a parabola. Making measurements at various temperatures will afford a method of directly determining the quantity n.). versus direct current values I. we have: (Eq. appear to offer unique instrumentation for directly measuring the electron drift velocity in metals. as indicated by Fermi-Dirac statistics would bring the experimental value of the same order of magnitude as the theoretical. 2) P. Typical of most of the curves is the one shown in Figure 2.96 x 1022 x 1. and e is the charge on the electron (1.04172 amp/cm2). we have a typical example of how we can obtain the drift velocity V. Experimental values obtained with our generator are in good agreement with accepted values. = muo n IV/2 pi = ?r1r2 dr/r = muo n nIV/2 pi (ln r2 .96 gm/cm3. n = dN/M. Thus.02252 x 1023 for calculating.1035 meter.119 respectively from the axis of the generator to the outer surface of the inner capacitor plate.69/(8. This is illustrated in Figure 3.D. Integrating (1). N = 6. together with a capacitor and an electrometer.78 x 10-2 meters/sec = 1. P. Using Avogadro' s number. this motional electric field generator.D.6021 x 10-19 coul. = 5 x 10-6 volts.ln r1) Solving for the drift velocity V. and hence to the current. I = 10 amps. due to electrical heat loss.6021 x 10-19) = 1. .546 gm/mole.D. yields a most interesting curve. when taken quickly so as to prevent appreciable change in the temperature of the generator. we have V = 239. and M is the atomic weight. and n is the number of conduction electrons per cubic centimeter.

The observed values of potential difference at each value of current were substantially identical. ruled out thermoelectric effects as giving rise to our observed measurements. linking with the electrometer circuit. and it heats up at this rate. then back up the scale in 5 ampere steps to 30 and again back down to 10 amperes. A sensitive gaussmeter probe was employed to test for the existence of such flux. When the device really warms up. each of the observed potential differences becomes enhanced and the plotted curves retain a nearly parabolic shape. however. potential with respect to ground than the other. perceptibly to the hand. we have gone down to 25. Thus. The maximum value found for such flux was of the order of half a gauss. and then to 20. found in one spot. It is true that at 30 amperes input. but one lead wire at a higher. It has been suggested that possible non-cancelled magnetic fringing from the linear conductors acting on the innermost stainless steel cylinder might change the Fermi level of the metal and alter the contact differences of potential between the inner and outer cylinders of the capacitor. permitting the electrometer galvanometer needle to return to its zero position immediately after each input value of current. These tests were made in two ways: (1) with no current flowing to the generator and 92) with current flowing. of course. therefore. To dispel all doubt. When the housing was raised to a negative potential with respect to the ground. The question has been raised as to whether or not the potential difference electrometer measurements that we have observed as a function of input current to our device might arise from the thermoelectric effects instead of from the assumed BxV field. We have. the electrometer deflections were to the left of center. necessary to run down every conceivable possible source of error. consisting of five wires was formed so that one side of the circuit came in radially from a distance of one foot to the central equatorial surface of the device. The possibility that stray magnetic flux from the composite linear conductors. A special power supply was built to . they carry an electric charge into the interior of the conducting housing enclosure of the generator and thus cause a charge of similar amount to appear on the outside of it and to produce a potential difference between the capacitor plates. To eliminate this as a possible cause. we have made a series of measurements requiring only a few seconds for each reading. in a time interval of four to five minutes. or lower. the electrometer deflections were to the right of center. approximately 3300 watts of electrical power is being poured into our device. as to stray magnetic flux. it became evident that the two wires leading to the generator. might give rise to the observed measurements was considered. with the grounded shielding. If these wires are each at different potential differences with regard to the round. a fairly large circuit. This circuit loop was connected to a very sensitive microvoltmeter which was observed while various values of input current up to 30 amperes was sent into the linear conductors. where it was held by tape and brought along parallel to the axis for several feet. a much larger diameter cylindrical capacitor was placed around the original one.120 Crucial Experimental Evidence ~ It was. Starting with a 30 ampere input. can be prevented from carrying a charge into the interior of the generator of the two wires are each constantly maintained at exactly the same value of potential difference above and below ground potential. 15 and 10. No indication of an induced emf could be observed. It is evident that the charging of the capacitor plates might possibly be due to charges carried by the current in the two wires leading onto the generator. This was experimentally confirmed by the inventor. When the generator housing was this raised to a positive potential difference with respect to ground. It does not seem reasonable to think that the innermost juncture could jump up and down in temperature values in a matter of seconds. To examine such a possibility. The two plates of the first capacitor were grounded and measurements were made from the outermost capacitor alone. It has been suggested that the juncture between the copper wire and the inner cylinder of the capacitor might be raised in temperature more rapidly than the juncture on the outer cylinder and thus give rise to an observed emf.

We know from gravitational experiments that there exists just such an inwardly directed force around the metal. which reduced the resultant field therein to zero. indicating a electric field directed toward the generator was charging the plates. but was cut by the magnetic field within the shield. approximately that of its inside diameter. it has never been detected as an electric field. the electrometer needle would have remained under the alternating impulses. and this can be explained only in terms of the B x V. Our reply to this argument is that the motional electric field. contrary to experience. while the two ends of the stiff wire are connected to a sensitive galvanometer. A deflection of the galvanometer needle will readily measure the induced emf produced within the shielded wire. in the same space outside such a coil. We know that it cannot be electrostatic nor magnetic. we know that B is zero due to the principle of superposition of fields. Had the electrometer deflections been due to electrostatic charging. The resultant magnetic flux energy in our generator is reduced to zero while the electromagnetic induction due to the movement of virtual Oersted flux. thus undoubtedly built up in the space around the metal. It is always directed toward the generator. and both tube and wire moved horizontally in a North and South direction across the vertical component of the earth' s magnetic field. Yet. gives rise to what we call the motional electric field in the space surrounding the generator. is in fact the weak gravitational field emanating from it. If accurately measured. The wire was not in motion with respect to the shielding magnetic flux induced in the shield. The argument has been advanced that the movement of the magnetic field with the free as well as the orbital electrons in a piece of metal would result in a considerably inwardly directed motional electric field in the space all around this metal piece. the deflections of the electrometer for various values of current were always to the right of center. Electromagnetic Induction With Zero B Is Not New ~ Our generator somewhat resembles a properly wound toroidal coil in that. the electric field must be due to the predicted B x V field. above and below ground. carrying current. This field could not have come from a charge on the grounded generator housing with no net charge entering the generator.121 provide this requirement. With soft iron sheet. A stiff wire should be held centrally within the cylindrical tube. 60 times each second. but it was in motion across the earth' s vertical magnetic component. The voltage of each wire entering the generator was tested for various values of current and the potential differences were found to be accurately identical. when AC current was used. Again a deflection of the galvanometer will measure the induced emf within the stiff wire which was stationary with respect to the earth' s field. Now. where the magnetic field intensity has been reduced to zero. then the B x V field produced would be directed away from these currents instead of towards them! Alternating current thus produces electrometer deflections to the right of zero center the same as direct current. it does emanate from an aggregate of electromagnetic sources. True. This is a distinguishing characteristic of the B x V when it is due to the movement of electrons. since such a possibility was carefully eliminated. If the current were due to the movement of positrons or protons. Now. where the magnetic field intensity is continuously zero. We have good reason to believe that in view of the immunity of the motional electric field to shielding that this field could provide the field agency for gravitation. We know that when alternating current is surging back and forth in its coils that a non-electrostatic. hold the stiff horizontal wire stationary and move the cylindrical shielding horizontally at right angles to its length a permissible distance. the emf induced in the shielded wire will be found identical for the . Thus. and we claim that this probably is due to its very high composite frequency nature. electromagnetically induced electric field is present continuously in this space around it. A simple experiment can be performed to convince one that electromagnetic induction takes place in a space where the resultant magnetic intensity has been reduced to zero by superposition of fields. form a cylindrical magnetic shield about a meter in length and a few centimeters in diameter. in each of the two vertical directions.

With a very sensitive zero-centered voltmeter. The rotation of this system of electromagnets affords an interesting experiment because here we have loops of magnetic flux of constant intensity completely filling the space about the rotor. we obtained the services of a disinterested expert in electronics measurements to come in and check our work with a sensitive Tectronic electron oscillograph. thus demonstrating the vector nature of the field by changing the sign of V in the vector product E = B x V. With this apparatus one can demonstrate that rotation of the rotor in one direction yields a radial inwardly directed motional electric field. That this magnetic field system rotates was readily demonstrated by means of a rectangular pickup coil placed close to the rotor and parallel to the array of electromagnets. all similarly directed from one end of the system to the other. When rotating at a speed of 10. it is a real measurable value. which confirmed our observations with the Keithley Electrometer.000 rpm an AC voltage of 15 volts was obtained due to the humps of similarly directed magnetic flux which entered and left the coil. in the other case. and is detected and measured by the DC voltage to which the capacitor plates are raised. while rotation of the rotor in the opposite direction reverses the direction of the motional electric field. This conclusion is now definitely shown to be incorrect by the advent of the new motional electric field generator. one could rotate the rotor by hand and demonstrate the rotation of the flux very visibly. Nature has definitely not limited us to one type of electric field. . in some respects. with two wires centrally and radially directed (from the rotor axis) to an electrometer. the wires from the capacitor plates to the electrometer are cut by the unidirectionlly rotating magnetic flux which induces the motionally induced emf in this space. The demonstration that a spacially distributed motional electric field exists around either our mechanical or our all-electric generator appears to us to be amply demonstrated. In one case. and having a definite and constant flux pattern in space. This apparatus is by no means such a magnet because its design is such to preclude a symmetrically uniform distribution of magnetic flux about its rotational axis. however. The motional electric field is different in origin and fundamental properties from the electrostatic field arising from charges. the field of which emanates from a grounded conducting metallic container and passes readily through any shield. To be more certain. the direction of B can be changed while V is held constant. made up of parallel electromagnets all similarly directed so that. B = 0. Mechanical Generation & Confirmation ~ The special distribution of motional electric field directed radially about the equatorial region of the generator was explored by means of a squirrel cage-like rotor. and all in rotation about the same axis with the same angular velocity. and -E = B x (-V). Relation To Relativity ~ The question arises as to how this new field fits into the Relativity theories? It definitely provides an interesting clarification of a hitherto speculative deduction which many relativitists have ventured to make with respect to the V x B motional electric term which enters into the transformation equations of the Special Theory as applied to electrodynamics. not symmetrical nor uniform in the sense of a unipolar magnet though in a sense simulating one. By keeping a constant rotation and reversing the direction of the current to the electromagnets. A semi-cylindrical capacitor was next placed over the top of the rotor. In this experiment. The non-electrostatic nature of the V x B has also been pointed out by Winch: "Notice that the E of (E = V x B) is not an electrostatic field intensity for it is not due to a distribution of charges" (6). In this manner the direction of the motionally induced electric field can also be reversed in the surrounding space and can be made either radially inward or radially outward as evidenced by the zero-centered galvanometer needle of the Keithley 640 vibrating capacitor electrometer which was used to make the DC voltage measurements.122 same movement when no shield at all is employed. It has been claimed that this V x B term is electrostatic in its fundamental nature. it simulated the rotation of a unipolar magnet about its magnetic axis of symmetry.

that a pure motional electric field projected into space does simulate. however. but theory would indicate that if intense fields are ever possible of generation. is most interesting. The recent experimental work of L. if and when this generated field can be made sufficiently intense. He states: "The equations may be taken merely as expressing relations between quantities as measured by the observer S and another S' moving with a velocity V relative to S" (7). Of course. As Bridgman predicted. in some respects. our hydroelectric plants are utilizing this energy in large quantities where advantageous sites for such plants can be found. will ultimately be in the direct absorption and conversion into useful electric power the vast reservoir of gravitational field energy which as yet has hardly been tapped. but not electrostatic. not magnetic. encourages us in the conviction that we can directly absorb and convert it to the service of mankind. From a well-known general theorem (9) we know that an intense convergent motional electric field would be attractive on any material object placed within it. To what extent is speculation at present.123 The writer embraces the position taken by Sir James H. When turned into a vertical plane. It is not electrostatic. has guided the inventor in his work on this project. this polarization soon disappears. P. We have very considerable reason to believe that by the use of superconducting wire and liquid helium temperatures. as reported in the January 1969 issue of Endeavor magazine (10). this can be accomplished. That the gravitational field may possibly be identified as a motional electric field is at least very strongly suggested by the experimental work described herein. It readily passes through two 1/8" thick sheets. These properties make it a unique force in nature with possibly great utility to mankind. because it does not originate or terminate on charges. it has led to new and fundamentally basic knowledge. The experimental fact remains. the gravitational field. then the phenomenon of changing the weight of objects. constituting the cylindrical capacitor plates. His experiments convincingly show that the shoots and roots of plants when lying in a horizontal plane become electrically polarized. due to this internal polarization. The Logic of Modern Physics (8). Brauner on the electric polarization due to gravity. the motional electric field surrounding it is also constant and static. Spacewise. lift instead of downward pull on objects) would be possible. Thus we see that there is no conflict with the Special Theory of Relativity. When the current flowing into this generator is constant. Brauner presents excellent evidence in support of the conclusion that this phenomenon is due to the electrical nature of the earth' s gravitational field. The philosophy of the Nobelist. He points out that there is nothing in the postulates of the Special Theory that requires a physical interpretation of the two electric field terms E and V x B/c in the transformation equation E' =E [(l/c) V x B]. . whose "Operational Viewpoint" as set forth in his text. The claim of the General Theory of Relativity that the Gravitational field is equivalent to that of centrifugal force would appear to be a concept far removed form that of presenting it as a motional electric field. and of even producing weightlessness and anti-gravity (that is. or 1/4" of stainless steel. W. the writer believes. The greatest potential inherent in the research described herein. and is immune to shielding. The exciting thing about this generator is that it throws this B x V electric field out into the space around it. This indicates in a limited way direct absorption of gravitational field energy. Polarization & Absorption ~ Objects placed in this field are electrically polarized. this project has some speculative possibility. Our research in this direction has commenced and is very encouraging. Jeans in his explanation of the Special Theory of Relativity and its bearing upon the two electric fields in the transformation equations. the electrostatic fields arising from such polarization have to be reckoned with. Bridgman. and in making measurements of its intensity. The insight into what we believe to be the mechanism within atoms which gives rise to the phenomenon of gravity.

Brauner: "The Effect of Gravity on the Development of Electric Potential in Plant Tisues".124 Domestic and foreign patent applications covering the various generators and devies employed in our work have been field and some have been granted. J. Prentice Hall.. Green & Co. 483. Winch: Electricity & Magnetism.. II. Inc. 1928. 245. 4th Edition. Longsman.. of the American Physical Soc. (6) Ralph P. 606. 181.. Hooper: New Horizons in Electric. p. Jan. p. 1923. Principia College Library. Evans: Mathematical Theory of Electricity & Magnetism. 1957. cit. References ~ (1) Albert Einstein: Essays in Science. 125. Cambridge Univ. Hooper: "Equivalence of the Gravitational Field and a Motional Electric Field". press. Bull. H. (2) W. Endeavor. Division of the American Physical Soc. 1969. 399. J. 10. 18-22. 1969. (7) J. (10) L. 2nd Edition.W. vol. op. (9) Jeans. Macmillan Co. February 1970. G. NY. p. p. Cullwick: Electromagnetism & Relativity. IL. p. p. 1963. Bridgman: The Logic of Modern Physics. Elsah.1934.. illustrated by a block of dielectric material being sucked in between two charged capacitor plates. . (3) Clerk Maxwell. (5) E. Electricity & Magnetism. (8) P. "The Motional Electric Field Generator". p. Philosophical Library. Aug. 207. (4) W. Proceedings of the Boulder Conference on High Energy Physics.. p. Magnetic & Gravitational Field Theory.

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877 (2/6/96): Centrifugal Inertia Drive Lieurance. Richard L.557.988 (9/24/96): Centripetally Impelled Vehicle Claxton.488. USP# 5. John C.152 USP# 5. .

427.153 USP# 5.957 (12/12/95): Steerable Translational Force. Kemal . USP# 5. Thomas L. Ezra USP# 5.330 (6/27/95): Sphereroll Shimshi. &c.410.473.198 (4/25/95): Propulsion System Butka. Navarro.

Richard O..469 (2/14/95): Rotating Eccentric Weights Vibrator System Woltering.388. Jr.335. USP# 5. James . Howard M.561 (8/9/94): Impulse Converter Harvey.470 (2/14/95): Centrifugal Force Drive Machine Marsh. USP# 5.154 USP# 5.388.

182. USP# 5.313.334.155 USP# 5.958 (2/2/93): Non-Linear Propulsion & Energy Conversion System Black. Harold L & Joslin.060 (8/2/94): Propulsion System Butka. James W. Donald E.851 (5/24/94): Reusable Mass Propulsion System Hull. Kemal USP# 5. .

Theodore R.626 (9/29/92): Translational Force Generator Isaacson. & Navarro. USP# 5. D.163 (12/1/92): Energy Transfer Device McMahon.. John C. J.156.150. . USP# 5. T. L.156 USP# 5. Jr.058: Converting Rotary Motion to Lineal Motion Bristow.167.

054.111.090.331 (10/8/91): Controllable Gyroscopic Propulsion Apparatus Rodgers. T. S.& Delroy M. USP# 5.087 (5/5/92): Propulsion System Butka.157 USP# 5. A. M. Kemal USP# 5. .260 (2/25/92): Gyrostat Propulsion System Delroy.

042.158 USP# 5. USP# 4. Alexander D. Paul J. .991.112 (6/18/91): Gyroscopic Apparatus Kidd.453 (2/12/91): Centripedal Device for Concentrating Centrifugal Force Mason. Lyle M. USP# 5.024.313 (8/27/91): Conversion of Rotational Output to Linear Force Montalbano.

.. Paul J.884. George J.159 USP# 4. USP# 4.856.465 (12/5/89): Centripedal Device for Concentrating Centrifugal Force Zachystal. et al.111 (1/31/89): System for Propulsion & Positioning Rogers.801.358 (8/15/89): Conversion of Rotational Output to Linear Force Montalbano. USP# 4. Charles E.

James D. Lancelot I.882 (12/6/88): Flywheel Fulop.784.788.006 (11/15/88): Gyroscopic Propulsion Device Kethley. USP# 4. Charles USP# 4.770.063 (9/13/88): Universal Propulsion Powerplant & Impulse Drive Unit Mundo. .160 USP# 4.

712.726. USP# 4. A.161 USP# 4.744.259 (5/17/88): Apparatus for Producing a Directional Unit Force Peterson. Oscar F. Harry S.241 (2/23/88): Continuous Force & Impact Generator Melnick. Henry .439 (12/15/87): Apparatus for Producing a Force North. USP# 4.

579.583 (6/23/87): Impulse Drive Peppiatt. Brandson R. USP# 4. USP# 4.971 (12/30/86): Apparatus for Developing a Propulsive Force Thornson. Elmer M. Alvin C.674. et al.631.011 (3/1/86): Propulsion Apparatus Dobos.162 USP# 4.. .

856 (10/18/83): Propulsion System de Weaver. Fred.577. Fred. Joseph USP# 4.396 (10/30/84): Propulsion System de Weaver. III: .409.479.163 USP# 4.520 (3/25/86): Mechanical Propulsion System Colla. III USP# 4.

Frederick L. USP# 4. Harry S.164 USP# 4. USP# 4.398.212 (4/14/81): Unidirectional Force Generator Melnick. Harry S.752 (9/7/82): Converting Rotary Motion to a Rectilinear Force Dehen.242.918 (1/6/81): Mechanical Propulsion System .261. USP# 4.347.431 (8/16/83): Mechanical Power Transmitting System Melnick.

USP# 4. Ladislaw G.087. USP# 4.968 (12/16/80): Conversion of Centrifugal Force to Linear Force & Motion Cook. USP# 4.238. Calvin I. Robert L.460 (6/20/78): Converting Rotary Motion into Unidirectional Motion Cuff. George .095.064 (5/2/78): Orbital Propulsion Apparatus Knap.165 Srogi.

Calvin I. Schnur. .166 USP# 3. Nicholas J.998. USP# 3..979.961 (9/14/76): Propelling an Object by an Unbalanced Centrifugal Force.107 (12/21/76): Converting Rotary Motion into a Unidirectional Linear Motion Cuff..

968.167 USP# 3.889. USP# 3. Calvin I. Arthur N. Howard A.692 (8/5/75): Centrifugal Propulsion Drive & Steering Mechanism Lehberger.543 (6/17/75): Propulsion System Mast. USP# 3. USP# 3. Oscar .700 (7/13/76): Converting Rotary Motion into a Unidirectional Linear Motion Cuff.916.704 (11/4/75): Vibratory Motion Gaberson.897.

168 USP# 3.394 (5/14/74): Centrifugal Mechanical Device Novak.863.810.510 (2/4/75): Inertia Engine Benson. Everett H. . USP# 3. Leo J.

USP# 3..086 (9/4/73): Propulsion System McAlister.169 USP# 3. Fernand USP# 3. Roy E.244 (4/30/74): Device for Transforming Kinetic Energy Estrade.807.756. . Paul M.484 (8/7/73): Centrifugal Thrust Motor Benjamin. et al.750.

584. USP# 3.269 (4/4/72): Converting Rotary Motion into Unidirectional Motion Foster. Robert L.653.515 (6/15/71): Propulsion Apparatus Matyas. USP# 3. Laszlo B. .683.170 USP# 3.707 (8/15/72): Propulsion System Cook. Richard E.

.. USP# 3.915 (1/19/71): Directional Force Generator Young. USP# 3.555.881 (2/3/70): Prime Mover Auweele. et al.495. v. USP# 3.530. Sidney D. Hersey W.492. et al. . Earle M..617 (9/29/70): Vibration Driven Vehicle Halvorson..171 USP# 3.. Jr.791 (2/17/70): Effecting Electro-Mechanical Energy Interchange. Drell. Albert J.

854 (10/8/68): Apparatus for Imparting Motion to a Body di Bella.404.714 (3/8/66): Thrust Motor Schur. Arthur W. George O.172 USP# 3. .238.266.233 (8/16/66): Inertia Propulsion Device Farrall. USP# 3. Alfio USP# 3.

580 (7/27/65): Toy Vehicle Having.644 (8/31/65): Gyroscopic Inertial Space Drive Kellogg.. Norman L. H.196.182.173 USP# 3. Dudley USP# 3. USP# 3.. Robert G. Self-Contained Drive Means Rakestraw. .203.517 (5/11/65): Variable Oscillation System Dean.

639.636. USP# 2.660 (4/13/65): Propulsion Apparatus Haller.340 (4/28/53): Direct Push Propulsion Unit Llamozas. Juan D.777 (5/26/53): Method & Device for Imparting Lateral Movement . Paul USP# 2.886.174 USP# 3. M. USP# 2. Norman L.976 (5/19/59): System for Converting Rotary Motion into Unidirectional Motion Dean.177.

088. USP# 2.248 (5/30/44): Device for Obtaining Directional Force from Rotary Motion Nowlin. Tom .115 (7/27/37): Reaction Motor Neff.175 Dull. Aubrey C. USP# 2.350. Marshall L.

960 (10/14/24): Propulsion of Vehicles Goldschmidt.964 (4/10/34): Centrifugal Variable Thrust Mechanism Laskowitz. USP# 1.780 (7/30/35): Centrifugal Variable Thrust Mechanism Laskowitz.953.009. Isidor B.176 USP# 2. USP# 1. Isidor B.511. Rudolf .

Trasferendo il discorso ai piccoli magneti e creando delle pile di magnetini il cui involucro esterno sia conduttore di elettricità (le ferriti non vanno bene. cioè per avere free energy. E' immaginabile e facilmente intuibile che aumentando i magneti la carica elettrostatica salirà fino al punto da poter provocare una scarica elettrica utilizzabile per caricare un condensatore. che.177 Le idee e gli esperimenti di un ricercatore (Parte VIII) Franco ha scoperto in seguito agli esperimenti precedentemente fatti con bobine lunghe e fini. . producono una certa carica elettrostatica dovuta alla differenza di potenziale creata dalle celle. essendo in serie. Bobina per la creazione di campi magnetici molto potenti con angoli di 90° . la presenza di campi elettrostatici ai bordi degli avvolgimenti ove si creano delle coppie di celle positive e negative per ogni giro del filo dell' avvolgimento. mentre vanno benissimo i magnetini “Geomag”) si possono ricreare le stesse condizioni che abbiamo già visto in precedenza (vedi arretrati di AltraScienza) cioè creando una differenza di potenziale sempre più alta aumentando il numero dei magneti. L' esperimento è facilissimo: basta prendere venti magnetini metterli in fila (positivo-negativo-positivo e così via) poi avvicinarli a un filo di cotone che non è ferromagnetico e si potrà vedere che il filo verrà attratto non dal campo magnetico dei magnetini ma dal campo elettrostatico che si è creato intorno ad essi.

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.180 Apparato inerziale costituito da magneti al neodimio alternati che però mostra un equilibrio non utilizzabile a fini propulsivi.

181 Propulsore inerziale sperimentale con anello di magneti costruito per vedere una diminuzione di peso che però non sussiste .

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da una bobina autocostruita con diametro interno di 10 cm. L' apparato è costituito da un tondino di rame di 10 cm per 3 cm di spessore.183 Esperimento di levitazione che sfrutta le correnti diamagnetiche del rame. avvolgimento a 8 strati di filo di rame smaltato da 1 mm. dal magnete al neodimio di 1 cm per 3 cm. spessore 3 cm. . Dispositivo elettrostatico rotante spinto dalle forze elettrostatiche createsi sulle curvature ad angolo del rame. e da un' alimentatore da 12 volt a corrente continua.

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la figura del Conte di Saint Germain pare adattarsi benissimo al cliché dell'avventuriero settecentesco. che il XVIII secolo è stato anche il secolo degli avventurieri e. per molti versi. il Conte di Saint Germain? Che cosa fece. ma siamo anche nell'Europa di Cagliostro. Marie Annie di Neuburg (rimasta vedova) e l'Amirante di Castilla. secondo il Wraxall.. veramente. davvero "Conte di Saint Germain"? A nessuna di queste domande è possibile dare una risposta sicura. Ma un aspetto. in effetti. quando. Charles Henri. assai robusto. L'avventuriero ebbe alcune grane in Olanda. Siamo nella Francia del XVIII secolo. In quest'epoca fervida ed in questa Francia culla d'ingegni. in Olanda. insomma. non si trattava di spionaggio. in particolare.. lo descrive così: ". ben pochi ne ignoreranno l'esistenza. a pieno titolo uomo del suo tempo. volto all'apprendimento di misteriosi poteri e. di oscure iniziazioni. Ce ne parla lo scrittore ottocentesco Lascalles Wraxall in "Adventures remarquadles" (1865) lasciando sottintendere una sorta di viaggio iniziatico. "l'uomo del mistero". che oggi possiamo ritenere come dato certo che ci permetta di farcene un'idea. Saint Germain aveva una cultura sbalorditiva. posta quasi a cerniera fra un passato ricco di superstizioni ed un futuro tutto da costruire partendo dalla base positivistico-illuminista che avrebbe poi costituito. di formarsi una cultura vastissima e di essere ricevuto in tutte le corti d'Europa senza fare anticamera. Quello che è certo è che Choiseul scoprì che il conte aveva una missione politica da compiere. uno dei punti di forza del suo personaggio era l'affermazione di sapersi muovere a piacimento nel tempo essendo testimone "interattivo". Quanto al suo aspetto fisico. di Voltaire. che spaziava in svariati campi del sapere: non esisteva. farà ben presto il giro d'Europa dove. che egli avrebbe parlato con personaggi del passato. dei presunti poteri del Conte di Saint Germain colpì i suoi contemporanei: la capacità di non invecchiare. vestito con semplicità magnifica e ricercata. vorrebbe che l'avventuriero siciliano fosse stato allievo del Conte di Saint Germain. Un'epoca di grande fervore intellettuale. Quest'uomo. barone di Gleichen. come "Conte di Bellamye" o "Conte del Monferrato". Non dimentichiamo. Di questa.. di Kant. Secondo una testimonianza inglese. dunque. chiamiamola "virtù". Saint Germain ne approfitterà per distribuire senza lucro unguenti ed impiastri vari alle vecchie dame rattrappite della corte di Luigi XV. fino ai più alti livelli della società del tempo.". ci dà una consistente mano Horace Walpole. poi. in una lettera datata 9 dicembre 1745. ma regale. a Parigi. forse. a partire dal 1857. Aveva forse scoperto il segreto dell'eterna giovinezza? Era per quello che si era recato in estremo Oriente? Fatto sta che Saint Germain pareva non invecchiare mai: si presentava al pubblico a distanza di anni ed aveva sempre lo stesso aspetto di uomo sulla quarantina. Una sorta di "contro-cagliostro".(fonte: F. Secondo la tesi più accreditata. peraltro non molto accreditabile. il quale. a pieno titolo. forse. possiamo affermare con piena ragione che il fantomatico Conte di Saint Germain è. L'ENIGMATICO   ¡ ¢ £ ¤ ¥ £ ¡ ¥§¦ ¨ © £ ¥ CONTE DI SAINT GERMAIN           ! " Chi era. Ma. al di fuori della sua conoscenza. del Principe di San Severo e nel secolo delle Confraternite. diremmo oggi. lingua... in Olanda. a proposito dell'origine di questo misterioso personaggio. il Conte di Saint Germain era nato nel 1698 da una relazione fra la regina di Spagna. in Gran Bretagna ma le sue tracce si faranno in breve tempo confuse anche perché Saint Germain si fa chiamare spesso con altri nomi. Dunque. Ma le avventure del cosiddetto "Conte di Saint Germain" non furono sempre costellate di allori. nella sua vita. Questa nascita spuria. pare. la storia sembrava non avesse segreti per lui e... per conto di Luigi XV.202 CERCANDO IL GRAAL. accenna ad una possibile origine. antica o moderna. Nel suo scanzonato e fascinoso eloquio. però. Se ne avrebbero notizie. sia il francese con un leggero accento piemontese. degli Incappucciati e di Swedemborg. La cortigiana Pompadour ne è magnetizzata al pari delle altre dame di corte e nemmeno re Luigi XV ed un numero imprecisabile di suoi cortigiani è esente dall'esserne attratto.. a partire dal 1750.I.org) Si hanno segnalazioni del Conte di Saint Germain in Italia. avrebbe permesso al Conte di disporre di ingenti ricchezze. la Francia dell'Illuminismo di Rousseau. Anzi. era nato vicino ad Asti all'inizio del 1700 e parlava sia l'italiano.. italiana del "Conte di Saint Germain". Saint Germain assicura il suo pubblico. e lo convince. Ma.un uomo di taglia media. http://www.. iniziò a stupire il pubblico della città in riva alla Senna. da questi dati sembrerebbe che il cosiddetto Conte di Saint . Per questo. per quanto imprecisa? Quando nacque? Quando morì? E si chiamava. cosa che lo mandò su tutte le furie al punto da costringere l'avventuriero a scappare a Londra. appare all'improvviso il fantomatico Conte di Saint Germain e il suo nome. da lui ben conosciuti e si ammanta di un alone volutamente imprecisabile di "uomo misterioso" perfettamente padrone delle tecniche di ammaliamento del pubblico. dove un certo duca di Choiseul sembra che avesse scoperto un'attività insospettata del conte: la spia. degli eventi e degli uomini che vissero in secoli diversi. nel bene e nel male. nonostante la mancanza dei mass media. Presto si aggiunse al suo nome l'appellativo di "Immortale". il terreno su cui la scienza dell'800 e del '900 si sarebbero attestate sui propri schemi epistemologici.esoteria. pare sia anche andato in India. di Mesmer. una tradizione.

niente diviene qualche cosa. a quanto pare. un sonetto intitolato "La Creazione" e pubblicato da un certo Mercièr in una raccolta poetica. È proprio a queste personalità. probabilmente. quello che. purtroppo. L' adorai. ho visto l' oro in potenza in fondo alla sua miniera. Nel 1760. si sa che Saint Germain scompare così come apparve. e come un seme di vite messo vicino a un chicco di grano. ne dubitavo. Fra le tante dicerie.203 Germain avesse tentato la strada diplomatica. ampie conoscenze esoteriche. pericolosa. in questa attività. si rivolgono a noi nell' inquietantee simbolico linguaggio della Scienza Suprema. non è possibile tracciare un ritratto completo ed esaustivo. poco a poco.Spiegai per quale processo l' anima nel grembo di una madre. massone egli stesso. Indubbiamente. del secondo non si hanno precise notizie ma si dice che il pennello danzasse nelle sue mani. di una comprensione scientifica. in gergo internettiano. di fronte ad un doppio risultato: in primo luogo la conferma dell' inesistenza di sicuri dati anagrafici del nostro conte. comunque. Saint Germain fu conosciuto da un altro avventuriero famoso del suo secolo. la trascina. fa la sua casa. a questo punto. dileguandosi nelle nebbie di un mistero che sembra fatto apposta per generare leggende e storie da raccontare la sera. Ci troviamo. si potesse rintracciare un vero potere medianico o qualche tipo di connotazione extrasensoriale. poiché si vede qui bene che si affibbiava uno pseudonimo. Egli chiamò la mia anima Io morii.. un eccellente artista producendo apprezzabili opere in campo musicale e pittorico. questo problema nasce dalla sua natura complessa. le leggende. "disordinate" che. che si sono espresse sul Conte di Saint Germain. più indefinibili. sono il pane e il vino. ne risulta accresciuto il sospetto di sue effettive. si direbbe un "nickname". Di certo. spesso le qualità più "sottili". si dice provenire dalla mano dell' enigmatico Conte di Saint Germain di cui sembra una specie di autoepitaffio. si disse convinto che il conte possedeva vaste conoscenze in campo occultistico. nulla conservò l' equilibrio e servì da sostegno. in effetti. le tradizioni. segnalo le sue sonate. Questo sonetto. Si pensò che egli fosse in grado di fabbricare l' oroe che avesse trovato la Pietra Filosofale (pare avesse la capacità di purificare le perle e si dice che avesse sbalordito la corte di Francia per aver tolto una macchia ad una gemma). se poniamo attenzione al suo pseudonimo. Di Saint Germain. ho carpito la sua natura e sorpreso il suo fermento. Dio volle. ora. diciamo così. riporto. un movimento iniziatico nato in Germania nel 1614. ci domandiamo: quale ragione poteva avere di intraprendere un' attività faticosa e. sembrano riservare i propri favori. ho conosciuto dell' universo il principio e la fine. Facciamo attenzione. ma. Della sua morte si sa poco o nulla e le congetture. di scalata sociale. in secondo luogo. di magia e ciarlatanesimo. Del primo. visto il successo che riusciva ad ottenere per altre vie più gratificanti? Probabilmente furono ragioni di prestigio. più o meno plausibili. . degli individui che ne sono dotati. quell' Ermetismo iniziatico che attrae da sempre le menti più illuminate: "Curioso scrutatore della natura intera. stampate a Londra dall' editore Waish tra il 1748 e il 1760 ed apprezzate sia da Mozart che da Gluck. molto probabilmente genialoide e non è affatto improbabile che. Io pesai l' Eterno. Infine. in questo miscuglio di mondanità e misticismo. appunto. vi è anche quella della sua abilità di alchimista. in conclusione. Niente c' era. A questo proposito. non seppi più nulla. il veneziano famoso soprattutto per le sue peripezie sentimentali. un altro italiano: Giacomo Casanova. quando ci si riuniva davanti al focolare. Il personaggio è sfuggente e si presta alle interpretazioni più svariate. ad un particolare importante: si dice che il Conte di Saint Germain fosse affiliato all' ordine segreto dei Rosacroce. sicuramente attratti dalle suggestioni occultistiche generate da simili personaggi. razionale. sembra proprio che. a spingere Saint Germain a tentare la carriera diplomatica. Ma Saint Germain era anche. fu affascinato dal Conte di Saint Germain e. trovano ampio spazio. perdiamo le sue tracce.com ." assgraal@katamail. ovvero "Socio della Santa Fratellanza". abbiamo la conferma di una qualche forma di appartenenza iniziatica del conte e. di conseguenza. Conte di Saint Germain. cercai su cosa l' universo posasse. vediamo che il significato occulto di esso sta in questa frase: "Vomes Sanctae Fraternitatis". per uno strano gioco del destino. dunque. con il peso dell' elogio e del biasimo. Con indubbio discapito. il Conte di Saint Germain concesse un' intervista ad un giornale londinese ma poi. Le parole che lo compongono.. l' uno pianta e l' altro ceppo. o nei salotti dei secoli successivi. sotto l' umida polvere. fosse molto più goffo che non nell' arte di ammaliare il pubblico.

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la quale si occupa di radiofrequenza. e l' ultima . Tuttavia desidero che tutto quanto riguarda i generatori omopolari o analoghi argomenti sia trattato in maniera ESTREMAMENTE RISERVATA. allo scopo di scambiare informazioni teoriche e pratiche ed eventualmente instaurare iniziative congiunte. vorrei entrare in contatto con persone che si occupano dell' argomento in oggetto. le farò avere i miei risultati ampiamente documentati. anche allo scopo di farle avere il mio indirizzo di posta per eventuali comunicazioni future. perché chi giudica sulla base di pregiudizi può danneggiare in modo irrimediabile la nostra immagine. Qualora interessi a qualcuno. posso fornire informazioni più dettagliate sulla mia ditta. con compiti diversi.212 Egr. La informo che sto eseguendo esperimenti su generatori omopolari. Abbiamo costituito un team di tre persone. Al momento opportuno.in fase di messa a punto . Mi sarà quindi di grande aiuto se mi collegherà con altri ricercatori nel campo. Per chi fosse interessato ai progetti in questione. Tutti questi esperimenti vengono eseguiti nell' ambitodella ditta di cui sono titolare. allo scopo di formulare una spiegazione teorica del funzionamento della macchina e di VERIFICARE se EFFETTIVAMENTE l' energia elettrica erogata possa essere superiore all' energia meccanica fornita. sig. Ringraziandola per l' attenzione le porgo distinti saluti Valerio Per venire incontro alla sua richiesta di riservatezza abbiamo omesso la sua email e il suo cognome. rivolgersi ad Altra Scienza al consueto indirizzo e-mail malgariniaz@iol.dovrebbe erogare una potenza dell' ordine del KW. Malgarini. particolarmente sul tipo Tromply-Kann a flusso magnetico chiuso. per sdebitarmi.it . con particolare attenzione agli acceleratori di particelle (abbiamo prodotto il booster per il sincrotrone dell' università di Saskatoon . le mando questo mail a seguito del nostro colloquio telefonico. La macchine costruite sono state tre. Come le ho già detto.Canada).

E la determinazione in costruzione di apparati free energy funzionanti.. anzi vuole trasferirlo su un server più potente. quelli presunti e soprattutto quelli veri. che dire? Sapere che molti apparati di free-energy hanno decine (decine!) di anni e vedere nonostante tutto queste follie per il petrolio fa ancora più male. Per il resto. per altro aggiornato. E fa rabbia.S. insieme all' uscita del prossimo numero di A. Segnaliamo che. su fortunecity al seguente indirizzo: http://members.htm Arretrati di A.S. Ce ne scusiamo con i lettori.O. Per maggiori infomazioni http://freeenergy. Roy non ha smesso di occuparsi del sito. La vera vittoria è l' evoluzione.213 Novità. qualche imperfezione ci è ugualmente sfuggita (come alcuni font scorretti) e ce ne siamo accorti “fuori tempo massimo”: purtroppo un lavoro perfetto va al di là.greaterthings. sono previsti pure gli arretrati dei numeri 5 e 6.in questo caso. . Che Fare? Abbiamo.M. Consigliamo anche agli utenti Linux di usare Acrobat Reader.lycos.com/progettomeg/ La comunità free-energy in Italia intanto si sta ingrandendo.com/Directory/Events/2003/JP_GASE_May16-18.progettomeg. seguito con molta attenzione le fasi di questa guerra. consigliabile anche non solo per leggere meglio A. pensiamo ormai che li abbiano capiti anche i muri. contattate la redazione. come penso tutti voi. 3° edizione della conferenza sulle nuove energie Dal 16 maggio per tre giorni avrà luogo la Binnotec. F.0. essere off-line da un po' di tempo. notizie e commenti in breve. Noi non staremo a girare intorno sui perché di Bush: i motivi di questo. Nuovo Sito Progetto Meg Molti avranno sicuramente notato il sito di www. perché se ne vede ancora di più l' assurdità. In ogni caso. nonchè il lifter. come su http://utenti.S. Tuttavia è ancora attivo il mirror. Tale spazio può essere utilizzato per annunci da parte dei lettori. Una bella tirata d' orecchie invece per le ricerche sulla Gauss Gun. prorprio non ci piace e potevano risparmiarsela. Problemi di lettura Un paio di lettori ci hanno sengalato problemi nel visualizzare con Acrobat Reader alcune pagine. e E. Trasformiamo allora la rabbia in determinazione.. come riquadri neri al posto delle immagini: vi raccomandiamo come prima cosa di controllare la versione di questo programma che avete nel vostro PC: se trovate una versione di Acrobat Reader antecedente alla 4.it di Roy V. delle nostre risorse. E nascono altre piccole realtà. allora è meglio che facciate un aggiornamento. in termini di tempo.fortunecity. la conferenza tedesca sulle nuove energie.it/enerlabs/ dove è stato ripetuto di nuovo il Meg.

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