Phi Transformer, Ball Lightning, Asymmetrical electric capacitor, Many other Devices and Ideas
Faraday Laboratories, Innovation Project
An active researcher for many years, working on all sorts of ideas and devices. One close to my heart, the Phi Transformer. Independently tested and shown to Generate excess energy on several occasions, by several researchers. Simple and proves the concept. Partnered Output Coils do work, yet another example of their simplicity: Electromagnetic Induction does in fact work!
My favourite, one close to my heart, the Phi Transformer uses all the same principles as Partnered Output Coils do. Magnetic Fields Opposing, a basic requirement of Electromagnetic Induction, is seen and described. We can see very clearly:
The Resistors, R1 and R2 indicating a Resistive Load's. Real power, where Voltage and and Current will be pretty much in phase, and Lenz's Law, the Reaction from Electromagnetic Induction, will Oppose the Change.
An Asymmetrical System in the true sense of the word, specifically designed to not be Symmetrical, for specific reasons, is the reason there can be an Electrical Energy Gain! As Floyd Sweet put it:
The feedback loop: Previously mentioned, you will more clearly see how the loop functions at the time you see the physical construction of the stationary armature of stator assembly. The underlying principal (forget Millikan’s experiment) has been derived in that magnetic effects vary on the square of the current. As the load on the machine increases, the volt-ampere product increases. The rate of flow of charges increases. Quantum mechanics state not all electrons in copper are free to carry charges. Then it’s time to set the wheels in motion to free them from binding magnetic forces. Once this is done, conductivity will improve and resistance decrease as we are dealing only with electrons. Copper will not change to another metal as atoms which are mostly empty space would have many electrons to spare anyway. --- Floyd Sweet Phd
And so, you can see three truly is a Magic Number!
Alexander Frolov has an impressive portfolio of research:
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Alexander Frolov runs his own website: http://alexfrolov.narod.ru/