I've posted this previously on freenrg-l but I thought it was very relevant
to this thread here. I've taken a somewhat different path but it ends up
with the same effect, a distortion in the aether that causes levitation.
I was reading through some old web documents and came across a few things
that tweaked my curiosity. I've always been interested in antigravity and
overunity, and I would like some input on some of my ideas.
I noticed the Mini-Romag generator on Mr. Naudin's site and read up on it,
and in the process I found some interesting correlations with some other
devices and phenomenon.
While the generator looks amazingly similar to a normal generator, they
mention a magnetic current which I have found mentioned by several other
sources such as Dr. Felix Ehrenhaft (in SCIENCE, Vol 94, No. 2436), Warren
York (Extraordinary Science Vol. 2, No. 1 1990,
http://www.livelinks.com/sumeria/phys/scalar1.html), I believe Peter
Graneau has touched on it ("Longitudinal forces in Ampere's wire-arc
experiment" in Physics letters [part A] May 8 1989 v 137 n 3 Page 87) and I
believe the same thing is in effect or at least partially in Moray's and
I also found the PIGGOT.ACS in keelynet.The apparatus the produced
levitation had the same thing going on where he uses a special generator,
with similar electrostatic effects.
The Mini-Romag is also very similar to Adam's generator, and he has claimed
gravity effects when it runs resonantly. Looking at many of the overunity
and antigrav devices it is possible that they were using magnetic current
without knowing it. Hamel and Searl report interesting electrical effects
with their devices. I can't help but think there is at least a secondary
effect that is related to the claimed magnetic current.