[Fwd: Re: Standind wave in a magnet]

Dave ( gravman@netinc.ca )
Thu, 16 Apr 1998 15:50:15 +0600


Ha, I did the same thing!

Did you leave the signal on continuously for a couple of weeks?

You will discover that the magnet gets weaker due to the Alternating
Current DEGAUSSING effect, especially if you using high driving
currents. Remember, frequencies are A.C.!

Try using a single direction pulse and you will keep the dipole domains
in alignment! Proper Driving Pulse Polarity is a must!

Try a bar of mild steel (low carbon content) between 2 magnets with
the wire wrapped around it for low frequencies. Use a ferrite core
for greater than 50 KHZ experiments.
Norman Wootan wrote:
> Hi! Guy, I thought you passed away like all "free energy" researchers who suddenly
> arise from the dead. Ha! Ha! Good to here from you again. Back on the "VTA" track
> again,he!. From the recent post about currie point and bombarding magnets with 60hz
> seems like you are not alone. Joel and I wound a loose coil (about 50 turns #18
> ga copper) around a magnet. Apply a signal from a good sig gen and watch your scope
> for the resonant point. Most magnets that we used would resonate at around 8Khz and
> you could hear them physically sing a high freq note. That is the way we did it.
> Different magnets would respond at varying freqs based on the material composition.
> Most barrium/ferrite and strontium/ferrite would give the approximate 8khz
> response. Go back to the old Keelynet BBS message base that Jerry has posted or is
> going to post soon (messages #7500-11,000) and read how Joel and I verified the
> widely discussed natural resonant freq of magnetism. Hans Coler had arrived at a
> freq of 180khz. Tesla worked around 179khz with his big Colorado Springs coil
> according to the Corum"s. We determined the freq to be 175.95khz. I gave Jerry
> the old message base last night so give him a few days to sort it out and post it.
> I know he is busy trying to get this site refined. Be gentle, for he is peddling as
> fast as he can. Ha! Ha! Glad you are back and actively engaged in some research.
> Norm
> Guy Resh wrote:
> > Hi all - I'm baaaaack...
> >
> > > Bill: Careful here for if you create standing waves at the natural resonant
> > > freq of the crystaline lattice structure of the magnet material using three
> > > octave relationship then you are applying "Keely-ese" and are backing into the
> > > "MRA" technology for this is exactly how it worked. The MRA is a extremely
> > > high "Q" device based on resonance in non-linear material. Norm
> >
> > Norm - can you point me to any reference material regarding exactly how one
> > determines the natural resonant frequency for a given ceramic magnet? Assuming
> > one has a multi-channel scope available, is it fairly "easy" to accomplish?
> > For what it's worth, I'm back on the VTA-trail, having been out of "research
> > mode" for the last year as I changed jobs, moved family to new state, etc.,
> > and almost have my lab/workshop back in "working order".
> >
> > > Bill Perry wrote:
> > >
> > > > > I think that one could create the required 60Hz frequency by beating two
> > > > > frequencies together, at the right phase.
> > > > Actually, (sorry to keep correcting myself), but ony ONE frequency would
> > > > be required as long as it was 60Hz off of the actual resonant frequency
> > > > of the medium. if its resonance was 30KHz, inject a strong 29940Hz or a
> > > > 30060Hz signal and the standing wave left over would be 60Hz.
> > > > BillP
> >
> > All for now...
> >
> > Guy Resh
> > gresh@area51.fmr.com

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