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Cheating time by simultaneous collapsing repulsive and attractive permanentmagnetic fields electromagnetically.


To all whom it may concern be it known that I, Gaby de Wilde, artist, subject of the Dutch Queen, of Dutch nationality, a citizen of the independent monarchy of the Netherlands governed by members of the House of Orange Nassau, residence of Enkhuizen, in the Province of North-Holland the Kingdom of the Netherlands, have invented a method of cheating time by electromagnetically collapsing permanentmagnetic fields utilizing a coil I hereby declare ofwhich the following specification to be a full, clear, exact and accurate description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same furthermore thus so~on as a direct result thereof providing new and useful improvements to the way we view electric motors and think thereof.


The difference in torque between motors using ceramic magnets and those with neodymium already makes it evident there is an observable difference in performance. Things become even more weird when we realize that more windings on the coil gives more flux and less current. Joe Newman says this explains that the flux scales with the voltage not the amperage. Which he thinks means the voltage is doing the work. Stan Meyer evidently did electrolysis with voltage, increasing the voltage produced more hydrogen without consuming more current.
But in any conventional electromotor all of the work forces are anchored onto the electromagnet. Action:reaction shall therefor always scale. Even if we use huge magnets the device will still need that much current in such configuration. The point of this document is to make the important correction we are not~at~all obligated to anchor all forces onto electromagnets. A permanent magnet can do this job just fine.


Rather then use the electromagnet to do the work we merely use permanent magnets and use a magnetic pulse to disconnect them after they do the work and/or use a pulse to bring said repelling permanent magnets close together.
In such configurations the same 'weirdness' appears as in Milkovic's pendulums. Where we end up paying for that what we didn't use. Such construction will consume amps constantly in stead of on scale with the work done.

If the stator electromagnet is closer to the rotor magnet as the permanent stator magnet one it can overcome a very strong PM field for very little current to begin with. But the real gain is where the pulse timing is not time indifferent like the PM fields. Moving repelling permanent magnets towards another fast costs far more force per millisecond as doing it slow. Moving a permanent magnets towards an attractive pulsed coil fast costs far less energy as doing it slow.

The 3 illustrations represent 3 stages of a permanent rotor magnet traveling by a stator over the red arrow. In fig. 1 first attracted by the first stator magnet. In fig. 2 the attraction flux is collapsed/takenover by the electromagnetic pulse, the rotor magnet is both pushed and pulled in the length of the flat core. In fig 3 the pulse ends and the permanent rotor magnet is now pushing against the permanent stator magnet.


In this configuration forces are most evidently not-anchored onto our electrical supply. The flatness and perforation of the electromagnetic shield will allow for further mayor improvements. No-one needs to guess where such extra momentum comes from. The PM's can be prevented from seeing each other until we turn the power off. It's as simple as that.


[1] Flux switching - []
[2] Magnetic shielding - []
[3] - Cheating time - []


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