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The device housing consists of a 8 x 8 x 5 inch block of aluminum with a 4.75 inch hole machined to a depth of 2.5 inches. Aluminum is not the preferred material, as it tends to pick up a magnetic flux over time. Delran or other sturdy, non-magnetic material would be preferred.

The magnet stator housing is 2 7/8 x 1 1/8 x 3/4 inches deep. The magnets in the Stator magnet housing are oriented vertically, centered in the housing, with the North pole facing inwards towards the Vertical shaft.

dimensions 2 x 1/2 x 1/2 inches and are located in the stator magnet housing. They are held in place by the stator magnet brackets and bracket pins. The Bracket Pins are 3 inches in height and are 1/8 inch in diameter. They are threaded and are made of aluminum and screw 3/8 of inch into the block. These stator magnet housings are located at 0, 90, 180 and 270 degrees, looking from top view. These stator magnets have no flowing electrons and will not induce heat into the superconductor. Neodymium magnets, when no locked in flux, will de-magnetize at a rate of about 1% per 100 years. Repelling does not increase it's natural de-magnetizing rate.

The vertical shaft which holds the rotor arm is 5/16 of inch in diameter and is 3 inches in height. The Vertical Shaft is tapped in, but tightly, into the block. However, it will need to be threaded or welded with completed prototype.

The rotor arm situated at the center of the device, is 4.75 inches from end to end, including the grade 35 Neodymium magnets connected to each end. The Rotor arm is held in place with a collar with a set screw under the rotor arm on the Vertical shaft and will need to have a collar on top of rotating arm for final prototype. The Dimensions of the Rotor arm are: 4 3/8 x 7/8 x 1/16 inches thick. Currently the Neodymium magnets on the rotor arm are secured with a powerful glue. Currently the project is using bushings for the rotor arm and pivot arms, this will need to be replaced with frictionless magnetic bearings to complete the project. The gap between the stator magnets and rotor magnets can be up to 1.5 inches, using Neodymium Grade 35 magnets.

The neodymium magnets on the rotor arm are 3/4 x 1/2 x 1/8 inch deep. The Rotor arm magnets are 3/4 x 1/2 x 1/8 inch thick. The 3/4 inch length is laying horizontally on the Rotor arm. There polarity is North facing the stator magnets. The rotor and stator magnets should be of same surface area dimension for greatest efficiency.

The rotating arm will have two(2) timing pins {Need full dimensions and fastening information, preferably with a diagram where and how are they affixed, and in what orientation} which will activate the pivot arm assembly.

The pivot arm assembly situated in the bottom center of the device consists of a steel spring, a swivel component and a stop pin, which keep the steel spring from over-rotating hence, stopping it for next cycle in correct position. The pivot assembly arm is 1.5 inches long by 1/2 inch wide and 1/8 inch in depth. The Steel Spring is 1.75 inches long including the bend. The Stop Pins are 1/ 8 inch in diameter and are 1 inch in height. The swivel component is 3/4 inch in height and are 1/8 inch in diameter. {Need fastening information (diagram) where and how are they affixed, and in what orientation, for each of these items mentioned.} These assemblies are located at 0, 90, 180 and 270 degrees also, in line with the stator magnets, radiating from the central shaft.

The four(4) superconducting shields, are made of polycrystalline YBCO block or similar recipe. YBCO stands for Yttrium, Barium, Copper, and Oxygen. They are what block or shunt the magnetic field. The size of the superconductor is approximately 1.5 x 1.25 inches and will be contained in carbon fiber cylinder, charged with a very small, but functional amount of liquid nitrogen. The third dimension of the carbon fiber cylinder will depend on what thickness of superconductor is used. Most likely the superconductor will be between 1/16 and 7/16 of an inch and the rectangular carbon fiber cylinder will be just a 1/16 of an inch thicker. The size of the superconductor shield encasing needs to be 1/2 inch taller than the Superconductor to allow for pressurized gas and for heat expansion in vapor form. {Need an individual conceptual drawing for this key component, including location and size of fill valve and pressure release valve. How is the liquid nitrogen contained? What are the temperature maintenance considerations? What is the actual plan to maintain those temperatures?} There shall be a fill valve and pressure release valve in the carbon fiber cylinder also. The repelling problem between the superconductors and magnets is less than 1/4 of an ounce at .55 inches. These four(4) shields will be located at 0, 90, 180 and 270 degrees also.

The superconducting shields will slide on ceramic linear rails with ceramic bearings with non-ferrous assemblies. {Need full dimensions and fastening information where and how are they affixed, and in what orientation. Need a drawing to show this assembly alone.}

Mode of Operation {This section needs a conceptual diagram}

The prototype will actuate the pivot arms though timing pins on the rotor arm. Then the timing pins will slide an opposite set of superconducting shields to open, thus energizing the device with magnetic repelling. The rotating arm will continue counter-clockwise until it approaches next set of shields.

When the rotor arm, which has two (2) timing pins, first contacts the Steel Spring at opposite sides, it will cause the superconducting shields to rotate opposite direction of the rotor arm (the rotor arm travels counter-clockwise). When the shields have exposed their North polarities to the rotor arm, it will repel the rotor magnets in a counter-clockwise direction. The return spring then will shut the superconducting shields. The Stop Pins will stop the swivel component with the steel spring from over rotating thus, leaving the pivot component with steel spring in the correct position for next cycle.

Set in motion with hand. {Q. Once you get it turning, it keeps turning? does it accelerate? to destruction, with no load?} The arm will harness the potential energy of these magnets and transfer it to kinetic energy, which is usable and real energy. {See my theory below, proposed in place of this sentence.}

There will be 4 "kicks" per revolution per arm. Each "kick", if you will, will produce between 1 to 1.5 inch lbs. of energy. Multiply that by 4 kicks and you see how much energy this will produce. {and then multiply that by the number of arms, which could range from 2, to 4, to 6, to 8, to ???}

Also, the rotating kinetic energy arm has timing pins which actuate a opposite sets of pivot arms to open shields at exact time. {again, this mechanism needs to be described at length, with diagram}

Estimate Calculations of Power Output REMEMBER {how can we "remember" when you've not yet addressed this? Please do so at length}, each revolution will only be between 15 to 38% efficient {Q. meaning? are you talking input?}, so really you have a net gain of about 20 ounces of usable energy per revolution, which is quite good considering this could run between 200 to 1000 rpm's. {Need to integrate "John"s calculations input as part of the prior art. Might consider adding him as another co-author listed on the document.}

The estimated free energy released from each revolution is about 24 inch ounces. At an estimated 1000 rpm's, the continuous energy output will be about 0.024 horsepower or a continuous 17.7 watts of electricity. {Have "John" help you with the presentation of your calculations. possibly include him as another co-author named in the document.}

History: The device was first conceived by Richard Timko in 1985, and more fully developed in 2004. In October, 2003, Timko documented the concept with five witness signatures. Timko presented the concept to Pure Energy Systems on June 19, 2004. Theory of Magnetic Energy Conversion to Work Energy Ramifications for Gravitational Thrust by Sterling D. Allan June 28, 2004

Though a functioning prototype of the above-described design has not yet been achieved as of the time of this publication, for lack of resources to acquire the called-for materials if the device does work, once prescribed materials are secured in place, whether by the exact design described herein, or a modification thereof, the proposed theory of device function as follows.

Mechanically, the device converts the energy of magnetism into torque energy. Magnetism is not a localized phenomenon but a universal phenomenon, for which the magnet is a conduit.

We expect that exceedingly far more energy will be given out in torque energy than the energy required to charge the magnets. The excess or "free" energy obtained is a function of the properties of magnetism which are not fully understood. This excess could either be achieved in the process of charging the magnets, drawing in a magnetic potential far in excess of the energy being applied to charge the magnets or the excess could be a function of a steady-state ability of a magnet to channel universal magnetic field energy. Whether during the process of charging, or during steady state, when giving off its magnetic power,

The theory proposed here is a model in which the magnet serves like a gate in an irrigation canal. The charging of the magnet at the time of their creation is compared to the creation of the mechanism of the irrigation gate. The channeling of power of the universal magnet field is compared to the opening of the gate to allow the water to flow. The purpose of the Magnetic Repeller Motor described herein, or any magnetic motor of which there are abundant examples, is to create a mechanical condition that effectively opens the gate to channel universal magnetic energy into mechanical motion. The energy given off in the form of work is instantaneously replenished in the form of magnetic energy from the universal field.

The strength of the magnet when charged is analogous to the size of the irrigation gate. The larger the gate, the more water that can flow from the gate when opened. The gate itself is not consumed in such flow.

The challenge in creating a magnetic motor is to be able to open the gate widely. A large gate opened just a crack will yield little energy for work. A small gate opened fully will yield large amounts of work. A large gate opened fully will yield copious amounts of work.

The anti-gravity effect observed by some during the function of magnetic motor devices, is probably due to an interaction between the forces of magnetism and and the forces of gravity when such a gate is opened to extract work. Hence, not just mechanical energy results, but a counter- or even reverse-gravity energy is also obtained in some configurations. Whether the device described in this document is such a configuration remains to be seen upon prototype completion.

Also proposed here in this theory is that the "wider" the gate is opened, the larger will be the counter- or reverse-gravitational effect, and that the efficiency of a gate will be indicated by the degree to which it produces a counter- or reverse-gravitational effect. This effect might be compared to the Bernoulli effect that provides lift on a wing: forces moving in one direction, off-set on one side of the wing versus the other, create a net lift in a perpendicular direction.

"Counter-gravitational" refers to the diminution of the pull of gravity. "Reverse-gravitational" refers to an actual extraction of gravitational energy into a thrust whose degree, according to the theory being posited here, is proportional to the extent to which the gate is opened.

What is Claimed [List every point that is novel to your invention, both in your prototype as well as in the theoretical optimal device, that does not exist anywhere else to the best of your knowledge.]

All novel information portrayed in the photographs and video of prototype

1. The design and theory of layout of prototype and materials either by scaling up or down, bigger or smaller or tiered in height or grouped in any numbered amount whether in series or parallel. Add another rotating arm to the prototype to double the power output or even more so. The rotating arms on the prototype would look like a plus (+) sign, with a magnet each of the four locations, instead of the current two (2) locations. The number of arms can be increased and modified in size until they begin to interfere with each other in their interaction with the on-off shield. The rotor and stator magnets should be of same surface area dimension for greatest efficiency. Location to use this unit in case of need for a natural cool air supply or in the case of outer space, no air....SEE Archives List [this list should not refer to any external list, but should be inclusive of all claims] To cool this device because of LN2 problem the following are alternatives: Deep cool underground (man-made or cave) [ground is typically 52 degrees F] High altitude aircraft Arctic or Antarctic use Use in space beyond Earth's atmosphere Northern or Winter Climates [seasons of warm and cold make this implausible except in most brutal climates] Superconductors used as a magnetic blocking material on a linear ceramic rail. (itemize all alternatives you can think of to the rail and spring mechanism) other materials used as shielding in place of the superconductors. Also this can be created by using the vertical axis position. Like spinning a 55 gallon drum, could be larger or smaller, with superconductor gates at many locations to create a high-output energy device.

A high-output energy device briefly described below:

Imagine a cylinder the size of a 55 gallon drum with 16 rows of magnets and 12 magnets in

every row. Each row would be off set 1/16 of an inch. There would be 4 rows of superconductors

running from one end of the drum to the other end, with 16 superconductors in each row.

That would make 768 "kicks" per revolution at about 5 pounds per "kick" and if it ran at 400

rpm's that would make 307,200 "kicks" constantly. Multiply that number by 5 pounds and there

would be 1,536,000 pounds of energy constant.

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