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OS:Magnetic Motors

Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 1:10 am.

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In respect to magnetic motors, it is commonly assumed that the magnets themselves will provide for the motorization of a functional system and in some cases this has been shown to be the case.

But, it is worth considering that a magnetic frame might be employed to modulate an underlying force of energy which is not presently acknowledged by academic science.

The magnets themselves might better be employed to focus the underlying force, which is inherent to the structural dynamics of all physical structure.

Of course this requires an understanding of the basic principles involved, in respect to the underlying dynamics of physical structure, which is available in book form at where you will find chapters 1 to 7 of the book Unity, which are freely accessible for viewing or download etc.

In relation to the controlled modulation of the underlying force by means of a simple magnetic frame, it should be possible to control both gravity and the associated electromagnetic potential by means of a relative differential in energy.

Coming to terms with the true nature of energy is perhaps the greatest challenge facing physicists today as it can be shown that the ratio of energy per unit of mass is not the same for all materials. In fact the common perception of there being a proportional relationship between energy and mass should be viewed as a general rule, but not as an end all answer.

The smaller mass may have less total energy than a larger mass of the same material, but the smaller mass will be found to have the higher ratio of energy per unit of mass.

This in itself is an extremely radical view of energy and mass, but a step forward in our understanding of physical structure and the effect of an underlying force on the form and function of physical structure.

So I would strongly suggest considering the focus of field as an alternative means of affecting an energy well from which to draw a functional source of power.