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Our presentation about magnetic permeability also discusses magnetic circuits vs electric circuits, how magnetic circuits work differently at very high frequencies and how new technologies are possible with a better understanding of spin interactions at very high frequencies within magnetic materials. This presentation also provides evidence that for many decades some already know about and have been researching these new technologies, including antigravity and "free energy" devices.
Our presentation about delayed Lenz's Law starts by presenting what happens when trying to apply Lenz's Law to high frequency magnetic circuits. It also covers Lenz's Law as it relates to "free energy" devices. Then a large part of the presentation serves as George Bugh's notes to himself as he researches how to design a "free energy" device. At one point during the presentation he notes that an optimum "free energy" design starts to look very similar to the device that Bob Lazar called an antimater reactor, except that it doesn't require element 115, just a wedge shape of microwave magnetic material.
The below file is a copy of new chapters of our book about Spin Wave Technology however, that new edition never got published. It discusses the similarities between magnetic levitation and antigravity. Maglev systems use relatively low frequency opposing electromagnetic fields whereas antigravity uses microwave frequency opposing electromagnetic fields.
The below file is a copy of our Overview of Spinwave Technology presentation in the Articles section of this website.
Before you download the below file, please go to Articles:The Nature of Time and read the updates.
The below file contains patents that give details on the manufacture and performance of MnAlC or Mn-Al-C manganese aluminum carbon magnets as well as bismuth and silver based magnetic materials. Because in the 1920's experimenters of "free energy devices" had good results using radioactive elements in their devices, more recent updates to this file include information about uranium based magnetic materials. We have no idea if these will help. It was difficult to find examples of magnetic materials that utilize radioactive elements but for those gifted in the art, this is an area worth exploring. Radioactive ores are legal to purchase by the general public at places like ebay but it is not legal to process/refine these ores. Wear a mask, gloves and eye covering when handling radioactive ores.
Please be safe.
manganese-magnetic-materials.zip (Large file: 94MB)
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