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Subject: RE: Dr. Tom, motional electric field ?
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2001 11:13:54 -0600
Dear David,


Thanks for the comments.  No, the motional electromagnetic field seems to be different from the normal magnetic field, and would seem to be either the B(3) (longitudinal) magnetic field that Evans details and shows, or something akin to it.  The AB effect yields a strange beast: the field-free magnetic vector potential A.  An interesting phenomenon occurs with that effect.  Consider the permanent magnet inside the special core material.  If it were "free", then around it in space there would be a normal magnetic field.  However, that field has been withdrawn from outside space and localized within the special core itself.  So you still have all the B-field energy, but it is highly localized, not spread out in space.


But when that field is NOT localized, it reduces in intensity with the inverse square of the distance.


When the B-field is localized in the core, the outside spacetime is still curved due to the magnet!  So a curvature of spacetime represents an increase in energy density in that space.  In short, that curvature of spacetime now is devoid of the previous "swirl" of the B-field, which has been withdrawn.  So it is filled with a "non-swirling" magnetic vector potential.


That's interesting, because the A-potential falls of only inversely as the square of the distance!  So we really have greater usable energy density in that outside space now, than we had when the B-field occupied it and fell off much more rapidly in magnitude.


The result is that the usable energy in the actual external space has itself been automatically increased by nature.


To put it simply: Nature loved you getting rid of all that painful "swirling" of the energy that is represented by the vector B.  By allowing her to just "flow the energy straight away", she was able to put a lot more in that space.


In short, this is a direct energy amplification process.  The difference between what we do in the MEG and what a good toroid does, is that we do not have to "pay" any energy to do it.  In a toroid, you have to furnish power and push those electrons through that reluctance.  We get the same effect without inputting an "payment" energy at all, once the beast is assembled.


In a sense, we are getting nature to give us more EM energy from that permanent magnet that she did before.  Before, she only give us the swirling energy, whether A-potential or B-field.  Now she gives us all the same B-field energy, just confined to the core, while also giving us even more A-potential energy outside that localization.


Any way you cut it, we have more energy -- and freely -- to work with than one does from a normal permanent magnet with its field nonlocalized.


Best wishes,


Tom Bearden

Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 08:16:17 -0800
From: David
Subject: Dr. Tom, motional electric field ?

Dear Dr. Bearden,
  In his U.S. patent, 3,610,971, Hooper discusses what he calls
the "motional electric field", he attributes solely to the
motion of charge.  Isn't this exactly the A-B electro-static
effect ?
    Some quick shirt-sleeve equations seem to indicate this
could increase the MEG output appreciably.  If so, winding
sense, core-flux polarity, turns-per-layer, and volume of
output coil (collector) would be some of the important
  Your MEG write-up doesn't mention the electrostatic effect,
but based on Hooper's discussion it would be significant.
  I hope you are much improved, keep breathing !!