linear magnetic motion effect. L,M,M,E. is the interaction of magnetic fields, and metallic materials . a example of L,M,M,E. effects would be to take
a round magnet, and a tapered metal strip and place the magnet at the smallest point of the taper. the magnet will spin forward to the end of the
metal, and move back to its stopping point. here is a video of the effect at work.
the problem i have for this effect is the right science and math to fully understand this effect. and what application it could be used for? the
primer fields is the closest i can think of for this theory. Link > www.youtube.com... < i hope i am not confusing every one
with my writing and explanation?
There does look to be some very interesting effects when working with a magnetic vortex. One thing with the video, why is there a sheet of paper
covering some of the metal? It just looks a bit suspect when trying to demonstrate some effect.
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