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Pure Energy Systems News
January 5, 2016
Pennsylvania, USA, inventor, Ray McConnell, has posted a few videos showing what seems to be a demonstration of a magnetic monopole effect, which he calls a "magnetic D gate," where "D" stands for dynamic (as opposed to static), resulting in net kinetic energy gain. In other words, he's getting more energy out than what he physically puts into a system.
The way he does this is to attach an 8" mild steel rod of 1/2-inch diameter to the end of a 1" x 1" neodymium magnet cylinder. Then, on the other end of that steel rod, he attaches (magnetically) a smaller 4" by 1/4" hot roll steel bar.
It's that smaller steel bar that then seems to pull a Hot Wheel, with some neodymium magnets fastened to the top of it, through, with a net gain of energy. Each of those neodymium magnets are 1/2" x 1/8". He has clay atop the Hot Wheel to adjust the angle of the magnet set, and to hold them in place on top of the Hot Wheel.
Very little energy is input to push the Hot Wheel (against typical friction) into a range where the magnetism pulls it in and out of the magnetic assist -- without the usual opposite pole counteracting the attracting pole. Ray told me that he can't detect any magnetic repulsion as he pushes the Hot Wheel to within range of where the attraction starts pulling the car forward. It's just the expected, minimal wheel friction. The only exception to this, he said, was about 4 inches away from the attraction point. There is just a very slight repulsion felt there, but nothing in comparison to the propulsion that is derived when the car gets into the attraction region.
Somehow, within the window of parameters he has set up with this simple experimental array, this arrangement utilizes only one of the two poles of the 1"x1" neodymium magnet.
Another anomaly about this arrangement is that North pulls North. In other words, the rod attached to the North end of the 1"x1" neodymium magnet attracts the North end of the neodymium magnets atop the Hot Wheel. Then, on the other side, the North-North arrangements seems to work in the traditional repulsion way to continue 'to push the Hot Wheel forward.' It's not just the attraction pulling that results in the kinetic motion of the car.
Here are some of the parameters to bear in mind when experimenting with this:
You don't want to get the Hot Wheel with magnets too close to the 8" bar.
You can slide the end bar up and down to seek an optimal arrangement.
You can add/subtract magnets from the Hot Wheel to seek an optimal arrangement.
Ray is providing this as an open source design hoping for others to improve and optimize the design. Feel free to post your observations and improvements in the comments below.
While Ray's set-up isn't anything to get too excited about in terms of practical energy output, it does demonstrate some principles of magnetism that are unexpected and could potentially be used to create a magnet motor that could be practical, once optimized.
It is a very clear demonstration of a violation of the present understanding of magnets, with a dogmatic expectation that you can't get more energy out than what you put in. It illustrates a principle of magnetism that produces a net energy gain that could be harnessed as an energy source.
I don't know if his set-up explains the principle behind all the alleged working magnet motor designs we've encountered over the years, but at a minimum, it breaks the mental block that says that energy can't be derived from magnets. It illustrates that magnets are part of the wheelwork of nature that can be harnessed for free (minus the cost of the equipment). The "magnetic fuel" is free.
Tell me if I've missed something, in the comments below.
Tomorrow, Ray is going to mail me a set of these things so I can do my own experimentation with them.
The above labeled set-up.
Part 2 of 6 in a series. This is a video on the static to dynamic magnetic forces that shows interaction between a static magnet field converting to a dynamic pulse as it goes through a magnetic gate. (YouTube Dec 26, 2015)
Without the "end bar" shown in the labeled image above.
Part 1 of 6 in a series. This is a video on the static to dynamic magnetic forces that shows interaction between a static magnet field converting to a dynamic pulse as it goes through a magnetic gate. (YouTube Dec 26, 2015)
I received Ray's set of materials and did some experimentation on the effect he thought indicated that a mild steel rod attached to a neodymium magnet seems to create a magnetic monopole effect. Creating an array of several of these did not seem to produce net propulsion. (YouTube January 11, 2016)
Ray isn't really adept at the modern electronic communications methods, and he prefers not to give out his home phone. He contacted me through his son, David's Skype account. I have Ray's home phone, if you have something you wish to get through to him. You might try the messaging function at https://www.youtube.com/user/raymondslab/about
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