In the very beginning of the video, he starts the device and lets two of the fellows feel the slight vibration. Later he demonstrates the washboard effect of the large unit.
The TV was on the whole time of the large unit testing. He set a timer to log the elapsed time of the small unit test. If you watch carefully, you see that he did not have time to unplug the TV from the inverter and plug it back into the wall socket at the far end of the room before moving on to the large unit test.
What we should be discussing is the use of only circumferential windings and the need for the magnet swipe as opposed to later units with vertical windings that did not need the magnet swipe.
This is a big clue, and SM probably realized he was possibly giving away a facet of the operation, so he added the vertical windings on later units to create the oriented domains.
Watching again, I noticed he is careful to maintain the same position of the magnet while swiping around the large unit, so he has to change the position of his hand by letting go of the magnet 2/3 of the way around the loop to reposition his hand and be sure the magnet is not flipped from the vertical orientation. Would a showman really bother with this subtle detail?
Yes, ex, there may have been hidden batteries, but I'm basing my belief that it may have been real on the fact that the weight of the devices was too low to allow for batteries and other factors. As I said before Dr. Schinzinger's tests keep me in the game.
We have extensively covered how the devices may have been faked in other threads and to a great level of detail.
I'm always wiling to debate this issue, and from both stances, as I have in the past.
Right now I'm more interested in understanding these subtle clues.
SM may have been shut down by the gov. if his units operated on NMR based beta decay, as the meeting with the agent from the AEC may have been real. This would have ended all further demo's past 1997.
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Just because it has a patent application or is patented does not always mean it really works.