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The Motional E-Field.

This is one of my most interesting projects that I have kept private. While experimenting for several years on
this project, I decided to release what information I have concerning this extremely exciting subject. The
experiments I will explain could Kill you. Use Extreme caution. You have been warned, proceed at your own
risk.

Lots of folks have tried in vain to build a machine that exploits the Motional E Field. The problem is a basic
understanding of HOW it works. Notice, I did not say why it works. I don't have a clue as to WHY it works. I
have read everything I could find on the subject, it is vague on what's out there about it. I will leave WHY it
works to Bearden, Sweet, Kaluza-Klien and others who profess to know this. I do recommend reading "Nothing
is Something" by Floyd Sweet found with a good search program. But even then he is trying to explain where
this mystery potential is coming from, instead of explaining how to actually build a device to produce it. A
normal wound coil has induction. A Bifilar coil connected in reverse-Parallel {Ends Tied} has very little. We
will use both in a device to exploit the MEF. The experiment will be just that, not a full time working device
ready to power your house or car. Purchase {3} rolls of 24 gauge at 100 feet each magnet wire. I use the GC
brand part# L3-612. Gather {2} empty plastic spools with a 1 inch bore. The GC brand comes on these 1 inch
bore spools, very handy. Take {2} rolls of the 24 gauge wire and wind them on a empty spool. We are making a
bifilar coil. Take your time and wind it carefully keeping the wires together as you wind. You need good
balanced bifilar coil. Make sure the wires are the same length, 100 feet. When you get through, clip the ends
equal and tie them together. Now test your bifilar wire. It must NOT conduct any electrical potential and or
current. Hold it next to a spinning magnet assembly of sorts with a good meter set on AC. Nothing.... it must not
conduct anything, this is very important. The bifilar coil will be your pick up coil, but NOT as NORMAL
electrical conduction. Take your last roll of wire and leave it on the spool and we will use it as the exciter coil.
These coils have no cores, and you will see why later. 

Find or purchase {2} ferrite magnets 2" x 6" x 1" will do. We are only doing an experiment.

You will not have a continuous output, so go this route first. Do not use Neo's, their lattice domains are very
tight. You will have to demagnetize these magnets to about 10 to 20 gauss. How you do it is up to you. One can
wrap the magnets with magnet wire and dump cap voltage against the fields, or use heat. This is common, so I
won't go into that procedure here. Once the magnets are demagnetized, we need to treat them. We need to
impress a 60 Hz field in the now loosened domains of the magnets. Wrap the magnets separately with 100 feet
of #19 or #20 wire each. Wire these in series and connect them to a veriac on the lowest level. Go do something
else for 2 or 3 hours. You can build conditioning coils on forms that slide over the magnets for easy removal
and installation. After 2 or 3 hours remove the coils and check the magnets with a scope. You should see a weak
60 hz signal on the magnets. Carefully place the bifilar coil and the exciter coil between the {2} magnets. Space
them as far apart as possible without the spools hanging off the edges of the magnets. use plastic ties to keep
them in place.

Connect the Exciter coil to a generator at 8 to 12 volts at 2 to 3 ma at 60hz. Place a load across the bifilar coil,
such as a light. See if the bulb will flash. If it does, place more bulbs in line with the load. It may even blow the
bulb. This field is regulated by load. You may have to experiment with the exciter voltage to get the effect to
occur. All one wishes to do is vibrate the magnet. do not overdrive the magnet with the exciter voltage. This will
not last long, the magnets will loose the 60Hz signal. Perhaps Barium ferrite IS needed to keep the 60hz signal
or the whole design is not shielded properly or it will always run down. Barium has high electron emissivity and
promotes electron scattering when excited. The point is: Something of the electrical nature lit the bulbs from a
non-conductive coil. The bifilar coil was not connected to anything but the bulbs placed between the {2} treated
magnets.

Now, HOW it works. As current flows through a wire the electrons act like magnets when they MOVE. Now if
they don't move, they just have a electrical field around them. If we move this current through the bifilar coil,
the magnetism cancels. But moving the electron magnetism will actually add. The magnet domains have been
loosened. Their domains are not locked in a position they can shuttle some what within the structure. But they
still have a very small amount of magnetism. It is like billions of small magnets vibrating about the domains
because of the 60hz exciter coil. They also have a 60hz signal that we supplied to the magnets. Because they
have a slight charge on top of being small magnets the E-Field will manifest into the bifilar coil. But this is not
the normal conductive current. In fact any normal conductive current abounds, it will cancel the effect. This is
the reason the bifilar coil must be made so carefully. You MUST have the least amount of induction in your
bifilar coil as possible. This is the reason I use no core. I want a small exciter signal that does not interfere with
the bifilar coil, so the exciter coil has no core either. 

All the exciter coil does is vibrate the domains which have the 60hz signal placed on all those billions of atoms
already that are very slightly magnetized in the domains. Moving a electrical charge against another charge by
separate wire cancels the magnetism in both wires and adds.

This is the Motional E-Field. 

     


       

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