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Remarks by Paul Noel regarding Flynn Parallel Path Magnet Technology. Paul Noel is an Advisor for PES Network.

Flynn associate, Mike Schuckel, says of Paul's comments

"I still can't share all of what I know, but Paul and the other gentlemen are dead on target with their Ideas. I will say that their are several more steps in the learning process that must be known before a success will be achieved, but they are very close to success. I will be here and help guide them as much as I can, until they pass me by!!! Then I will be running to keep up. This is exciting to see. I mean history being made." (Feb. 26, 2006)

Another person who has spent a great deal of time with the FPPMT is Tim Harwood, who led a Flynn PPMT replication project, and composed an article that was published in two magazines, including Nexus. He had the following to say about the following posts by Paul Noel:

"...Nice work." (Feb. 27, 2006)


Contents

Posts by Paul Noel

The following were also posted on the pes_flynn_pp email discussion list.

Starting with http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pes_flynn_pp/messages/22

Magnetic Amplification

From: "Paul Noel" (PES Network Inc; and member of New Energy Congress )
To: "Sterling D. Allan"
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2006 7:50 AM
Subject: Re: Flynn tech slashdotted


Having looked into the issue of magnetic motors for some time, I concluded several things about the process you may find interesting.

When an imperfect magnetic field (not super conducting) is generated in sympathy with another field such as a perminant magnet it does not draw energy from the magnet rather it alligns with it. The losses that typically accompany the motion in such a field are the result of the collapse of this sympathetic field. In fact if the collapse could be prevented, the process would drive itself. It also is true that if the reversal were by what is the magnetic equivalent of a diode or by diode through a coil to collapse in sympathy with the passing magnet the process would amplify. If the reversals could be synchronized with passing external fields in time, they would also amplify the process. This occurs in tornados and other intense field devices such as MRI.

It is my opinion that this amplification is not particularly limited in ratio to the magnets used to induce the field orginally. It could be amplified against itself many times. Essentially one could Lase a magnet. There is a real risk here of setting off atomic reactions. Atomic reactions are really nothing but such resonant fields amplified to many MEV.

There is a device that works very much as this motor does called a halbach array. Such devices are used to take particles accelerated in a particle accelerator and multiply their energies by as much as 3 powers of ten without adding any external energy source. (I am aware of the numbers here in energy and they are enormous) At Livermore Lab a beam has been stepped by over a billion electron volts using such stationary magnets. These are standard fair in all modern accelerators.

The short note I sent you on fusion in cells works just like this. It is a microscopic particle accelerator using a photochemical energy release from ATPTransferace to pump a microscopic halbach array in a resonantly fed back loop that can achieve up to 12 MEV. This is in the mitochondria of any cell! (WOW!) All this inside of a device about 1/1,000,000 of an inch thick.

Researchers in motors may find a useful thought here. The energy of attraction for magnets is generally about 1.5 times that of the repulsive power of the magnet. (?? Why ??) If this side of the magnets was used I would suspect even greater efficiencies could be achieved. Of course avoiding lockup is a problem needing a geometric solution.

Love your articles. Keep up the good work.

Paul Noel

Magnetic Insertion Device

From: "Paul Noel"
To: "Sterling D. Allan"
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2006 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: Paul Noel on magnetic fields


http://www.danfysik.com/documents/ID_0205_A_000.pdf

Thought you might like some technical specs on the arrays I described.

Essentially they function to produce either beam acceleration raising the velocity or Electron Voltage of the beam or They function to cause the emission of side band radiation like hard X-Rays or even Gama Ray emissions in conherent beams. This is a Laser beam generation device in some cases.

By all means it is COP 1000 or so. The Physics argument that efficiencies of COP 1 or greater are impossible are denied by all modern accelerator research facilities and even medical facilities. The reason such is not viewed as an energy source is because of the baseline inefficiency of generation of the beam to insert into the wiggler or halbach arrray. This is Standard Equipment now!

Huntsville Hospital, Huntsville, Alabama owns 2 50 MEV cyclotrons for manufacture of isotopes on site and for "Gamma Knife" operations using the Gamma and X beams from such arrays. This is typical accelerator tech. They use it to destroy cancer and such.

Such devices are being researched for space launches as well. Essentially a carrier could be put on such a track and blasted into space saving a lot of fuel.

Paul


Joe Flynn's motor

From: "Paul Noel"
To: "Sterling D. Allan"
Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2006 12:12 PM
Subject: Joe Flynn's motor


I was looking at Joe Flynns parallel path motor some more. I have a suggestion for him. The addition of a small hal effect sensor or similar magnetic field detection method ( or small coil? ) around the path in the circuit for magnetic fields that he wants to block would be a useful idea. It would then be pretty simple to detect any flux passing the segment and thus alter the control current force to optimal amount. Because the control current optimizes at 1/4th force the situation would allow this current to actually match the need and neither over or under control the magnets.

Another feature he may wish to look at. If he add 3 dimensional geometry here, he can produce a halbach array with up to 16 times force multiplication easily. Using attractive phases (WOW!).

I see no reason for not being able to drive a circuit with about 16 times the drive current EMF using array geometry. This catches the secret of being able to directionally switch a magnet without a lot of energy added. I can see how this works.


Paul Noel

Double Parallel Path

From: "Paul Noel"
To: "Sterling D. Allan"
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2006 10:37 AM
Subject: Parallel Path


I have looked at the parallel path motor project. I think if you used a parallel path switching process to control the same position as the coils do you should be able to get a 4:1 jump. Use the parallel path electrical control device to turn on and off a magnetic field (by parallel path) that controls another parallel path. This is pretty simple once it gets going for massive multiplication. You could even have magnets in a colinear shaft array that triggered the parallel path process such that the torque of the motor drove the control field. I could see this as entirely self driven. Though you might like the idea.

Paul Noel

Image:DoubleParallelPath.gif


Parallel Path Backdraft

From: "Paul Noel"
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2006 10:59 AM
Subject: Parallel path backdraft


If you take a parallel path device and use it to control a second double size parallel path device it should gain at least 4:1 in ratio to the control current. Using a colinear shaft driven magnet set should do this without input current!

Thought you might like the fun

Paul Noel

Image:PPBackdraft.gif


Parallel path backdraft (2)

From: "Paul Noel" <cluckshot@earthlink.net>
To: "Sterling D. Allan" <sterlingda@pureenergysystems.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2006 3:06 PM
Subject: Re: Fw: Parallel path backdraft


Thanks for passing on the questions.

I see this device as being able to compound itself. I have known for a long time that such non-linear switching worked in electronics and optics. It really isn't hard to imagine it working with magnetics.

I knew one could multiply magnetic fields for some time. Halbach arrays and wigglers are used in particle accelerators. I just hadn't figured out how to do it in a live machine. It had to be possible. Well here it is and I think you may like the next picture I attach here. This uses magnets alone to do the control.

Paul

Image:PpathMagControl.gif


Invention

From: "Paul Noel"
To: "Sterling D. Allan"
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2006 4:19 PM
Subject: Invention


I love inventing. I think it is a lot of fun. I have had no problem understanding that we could do the things to generate energy. I just didn't exactly know how to steer a magnet before the Parallel Path descriptions. The force of output here has no relationship to the steering force except as a ratio. We are not generating the field, merely steering it.

You may or may not be aware that if you stack 3 parallel path devices at right angles to each other, the devices will produce a Halbach array and the multiplied force that exits in one vector is not 4 times it is 4 * 4

  • 4 or a total output for 3 inputs of 64 times. It can get stacked in

up to 5 right angle vectors giving a real punch! That's 4*4*4*4*4 to 3 or 1024 to 3! (Wow!) Doing this one could feed back on a device (wrap it back on itself) and induce both sides of the array for induction of a strong magnetic field. This could then be wrapped with a coil to induce an electrical field at about 98% efficiency of the strong field. Since the field could be turned on and off, the resulting field could take a step of about 1024:3 with non-multi-layer control systems. The resulting process could generate a lot of electricity.

Now I don't see any reason what so ever not to carry this into direct energy generation in another Motionless Electronic Generator though this isn't our friend from Huntsville, Bearden's device.

I don't possess the means and contacts for carrying this into invention patient and demonstration. I could afford to build it even in my wounded financial condition right now. If a suitable partner were found who would cover the legal defense patient end I could drive this parallel path MEG all the way and there is no reason for this to require complex electrical design. This is about in my level of electrical design skills. I could use a few experts to help put this together as a quantitatively designed device. I have the marketing smarts to beat the oil lobby etc at their game. I can trick this out to make it really such the bad guys down fast. If you knew who to contact on this and we could get together, I could take this "in like Flynn" to make a very bad joke. If Flynn likes this, we could get together with him as well.

I just love science don't you~!

I know this sounds impossible but take a look at the wigglers used in particle accelerators. They are routinely getting over 1000 to 1 gains. I don't see any problem when the energy I get comes from a magnetic field I didn't generate but only "steered". I would assume that generation counter fields would be interesting as to their functionality. It is a pretty complex field problem for calculation of exactly how much one could get from a field but a 1024 step from 3 could hardly come back short of over unity so far that the problem is more one of adjustment than of calculation.

This is all angular geometry!

Paul

Flux saturation

Paul, I hope you don't mind me adding a comment, but the limiting factor for PP is flux saturation of the core. 1024:3 is a nice goal, but the complexity of scaling to such a high ratio, and resultant manufacturing cost, may not be worth it. 16:1 with a halved component count, might be a lot better. The problem I would suggest you tackle, is boosting absolute output, not getting the highest possible input:output ratio.

Also, if you try and build some of these systems, you will find the problems of delivering practical product, are significant. Many unexpected issues occur. For example, the MEG does not work. Under full load the output waveform collapses. This is why the motor is such a great idea because it does not suffer from this problem. The motor is a first start to showing something useful can be done with the 4x force multiplication. Tim


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