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Author Topic: MAGVID Device of Stephan Marinov  (Read 6738 times)

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tExB=qr
http://blog.lege.net/Mathias_Bage/GLCRA-MAGVID-annotated.pdf

and attached:

(there is a great deal of information in this zip file, even some old TPU posts that were recovered)

EDIT:

It is my personal belief that Marinov's MAGVID device, Steven Mark's TPU, Hendershot's Generator, the Energia Celeste motors and generator, and the TVQ Group Gravity Modulating Device (the old BBS posts from "ShadowHawk") are all related.
   
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I agree with your observation, Grumpy.

Most of the devices above have the same requirements of:

1. A rotation component
2. A static field
3. The potential for disaster if the static field is interrupted abruptly

The TVQ coil as presented in some variations did not have a rotating field, however, in appending postings from TVQ members it is recommended to contain the device in a high current rotating magnetic field.

   

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Grumpy: I have been trawling through old posts on ou.com re the TPU.
I notice you were very much involved. Can I ask you, did you get anywhere with the device?
Any tips would be welcome.


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VAR is just an angle on a scope. Nothing to see here -  move on.
   

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I urge everyone to take a look at the AVEC devices (there are two different configurations) as disclosed by "spherics" here:

http://www.overunityresearch.com/index.php?board=93.0
   

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Equivalence of a rotating magnetic field created by a rotating bar magnet and two pairs of stationary windings driven in quadrature.
   
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