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Not reading the document, I am guessing a magnetic rectifier? In working with VHF through microwave stuff, there's a bit of magic called a ferrite isolator or circulator, depending on its configuration and application, in its VHF form consists of a toroid with three parallel resonant L-C circuits, with the inductor portion wound on the toroid, arranged roughly 120 degrees apart around the toroid, which is biased in a permanent magnetic field. RF will move from one circuit to the next, and if not entirely absorbed by the next, flow to the third circuit... and if the energy is absorbed there, will not travel to the originating port. At microwave, the ferrite takes the form of a wedge mounted in a waveguide tee junction and does essentially the same thing... Too often scientists and engineers get all wrapped up in HOW it works rather than THAT it works... Dowsing is an intriguing phenomenon in that regard...EricKB7DQH
Won't energy be expended in moving the pole?Best wishes,Paul.
David, dare I suggest that you seem to be hinting at some sort of 'perpetual machine'.? Is not such a machine an impossibility? Best wishes,Paul.
With HHO, there is typically four times the energy content compared to hydrogen gas (H2). With DC, you can more than double Faraday's output if you use a properly prepared electrolyser. With toroidal pulsing you can get five or six times that output (1000%+ compared to Faraday). About that same output can be had from a resonant pulsed cell of the Stan Meyer style. You can run an unmodified electrical generator on HHO produced by the generator's own electricity and that is well established and used for years.