reply to post by Im a Marty
Firstly. You only have to have an idea and a design to patent something, it doesn't have to work. In fact, there are various "time machine"
patents on file, none of which produce a functioning time machine. I even recall reading about one, i think in a thread here, talking about how by
using gravity and a super massive black hole, you could create a time machine. That patent was issued....
So yeah, patent = meaningless.
Now, I'm not a mathematician, by any stretch, without calculator apps I'm averaging about a grade -5 for math.
but I do understand a little about electricity and magnetism.
When you pass current through a medium, it creates a magnetic field.
Why did I mention this? Because the video you posted of a coil in action, merely shows that yes, as physics has shown for decades, passing electrical
current through a wire creates a magnetic field around the wire. Because of the torus design, and how it's wrapped, and the fact that the metal ball
is itself a magnet.
This merely proves that magnetic fields can attract and repel. It proves nothing. At all. Completely pointless.
I'm gonna go ahead and say this now. They will NEVER use the terms "over unity" or "zero point energy" but that appears to be what they are
hawking to me. Sorry, couldn't sit through 3 hours and change of lectures. Sorry, the guy with a working "coil" won't explain it at all? Why?
because it's a freaking magnet that's why.
If this device had any benefit, it would already have disappeared from the internet much like any other energy saving devices have.
I'm not 100% on that of course, I can't verify the math and have to assume the math works. But the working model merely shows that a coil creating
a magnetic field wrapped around a torus will repel a magnet placed in the center.
I can go to any geek store and purchase a levitating magnet toy for 15$.