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1. Yale Faraday train


This is essentially similar to a mag lev train.
I find it fascinating to see the lack of friction and how a relatively heavy battery can move through the coil

I wonder what happens if you join the two ends of the copper "Slinky(tm)" into a circle like an
electrical particle generator

 2 Berkley 3d printed nano liquids

  Now consider the work with magnetic liquids in California where a drop of magnetic liquid  moving through
      a coil


3 .questions      Are the magnetic droplets acting like the neodymium battery train    ( homopolar magnet)
                         and if the  copper coil is  made into a circular loop and pickup coils  placed around the
                         "track"    ( as in the multitier epg) is useful power obtained from the permanently magnetized droplets
   
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Re: Stanley A Meyer EPG Magnetic Liquids and the Faraday Train
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2021, 15:47:46 pm »
Following the Berkeley concept--" the use of nanorods instead of nanospheres can increase the magnetic saturation of the 3d
printed structures". Also by "applying a rapidly changing external magnetic field, the structures vibrate allowing for localized
agitation  as an aid in the removal of blockages at a  microscale in the capillaries."

pat app JNL 3 days ago