Torsion Field Mechanics
Date: 2011-07-09 Time: 09:00 - 17:00 9.9 (8 years 10 months ago)
Where: College Park, MD, United States Venue: Stamp Student Union
A Rotating Magnetic Field (the heart of the electric motor and electric generator) consists of two-dimensional motion on a permanent magnet at the center, first demonstrated by Tesla. A Torsion Field is vastly different, consisting of three-dimensional motion at any location around the field except its center. In contrast to the Rotating Magnetic Field, whose unity is singularly defined at its center, the unity of a Torsion Field is theoretically undefined; the motion of a magnet at each location adds to the over all torque and thus the power OUT. Several demonstrations and implications will be presented and discussed.