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New Joseph Newman Disclosure Coming

Yesterday, I talked with a gentleman who is an insider into the world of Joseph Newman and he will be disclosing some of Newman’s secrets at our conference next year. I was introduced to him last year but did not realize how close he was to Newman.

According to him, what most people think they know about Joseph Newman’s technology is only 30% correct with 70% of the information still not disclosed.

At the 2017 Energy Science & Technology Conference, he will present a Newman motor running along with a disclosure of information he hasn’t publicly revealed before. He was one of Joseph Newman’s closest confidants who worked with him closely for 10 years.

New disclosures are always welcome and I was pleasantly surprised that there is more to the Newman machine that I thought.

Some of Joseph Newman’s work has been inspirational to John Bedini, Paul Babcock and others so that alone shows you the value in paying attention to this important work.

More details on this presentation and speaker will be posted on the conference website soon. 69% of the seats are already registered with only 47 left (not updated on website, but these are the latest numbrs) and we’re not even at the end of the year so we’ll probably break last year’s record easily. Get registered now – no payment is necessary at this time. http://energyscienceconference.com

Electrostatic Chocolate

A physicist from Temple University, Rongia Tao, was tasked with a challenge, which was to get chocolate to flow through machinery without clogging it. Normally, it requires a certain amount of fat to get the chocolate to flow. This was funded by Mars, Inc. which is a large candy corporation that makes M & M’s and other popular candy.

Cocoa solids are like little balls and no matter how close you pack them, there is still all that space that surrounds the points that don’t touch. And this random scattering of these solids leads to a higher viscosity or thickness.

By producing an electric field and pouring chocolate through it, the cocoa solids aligned into longer, thinner chains that allowed them to be packed closer together and the viscosity reduces thereby requiring even less fat to be added. Because there is less fat, the cocoa solids stick out more and more of a chocolate taste.

Here is the published study: http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2016/06/16/1605416113

Here are the two patents filed: http://patents.justia.com/patent/9198446 and http://patents.justia.com/patent/9044036

What is important about this technology is that it is rooted in another method developed by the same physicist, which is to apply an electric or magnetic field to crude oil in order to reduce its viscosity while traveling through pipelines. This is used by the oil industry to save on pumping costs – up to 75% savings have been shown.

Many that are conventionally trained claim that a magnetic or electric field cannot have any influence on hydrocarbon molecules, paraffin in diesel, etc. since they’re not dipole molecules like water.

Well, here is a Temple University developed electrostatic and magnetic method for reducing the viscosity of oil, which these skeptics claim is impossible – https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228987085_Reducing_the_Viscosity_of_Crude_Oil_by_Pulsed_Electric_or_Magnetic_Field

This direct link downloads a PDF of the above linked to paper: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Rongjia_Tao/publication/228987085_Reducing_the_Viscosity_of_Crude_Oil_by_Pulsed_Electric_or_Magnetic_Field/links/00463521d2e746a6f9000000.pdf?origin=publication_detail

Here is a whole compilation of articles about Dr. Tao’s work that goes back many years. http://rexresearch.com/tao/tao.htm

Here is our product line of magnets for water and fuel: http://magnetizerproducts.com and our book that describes the govt validated technology http://magnetsecrets.com

Advanced Magnetics Beats Lenz’s Law

Paul Babcock goes over details on his over 1.0 COP motor that beats Lenz’s Law. Paul will go into greater detail on these principles at the upcoming 2015 Energy Science & Technology Conference.

Learn more here: http://energyscienceconference.com

Halbach Array 1.4 Pound Motor Delivers 7 Horsepower

Halbach Array Lightweight Motor

A classic three-phase 7 horsepower motor can easily be over 100 pounds and is designed to run around 1800 rpm. This higher power density motor delivers this kind of horsepower at almost 5 times the speed. It has different applications and windows of operation so it isn’t an apples to apples comparison. However, the developers do appear to win the bragging rights for the most energy dense motor commercially available.

Launchpoint Technologies Halbach Array Motor
Launchpoint Technologies Halbach Array Motor

Launchpoint Technologies website says, “With a total weight of only 1.4 pounds, this motor produces 7 horsepower at 8400 rpm with 95 percent efficiency. At 5 horsepower per pound, this motor has a higher power density than any other motor on the market.

There are countless applications for this kind of motor such as improvements in battery life in electric cars, electric bikes, electric-powered aircraft and the list goes on.

Halbach Array
Halbach Array

What makes this advancement possible is the use of the Halbach Array, which is a clever organization of the polarity of multiple magnets to create a very strong field on one side while almost totally negating the field on the other. Here is an old discussion on the Halback Array on Energetic Forum with some references: Halbach Array

Here is an early demo of the Launchpoint Technologies Halbach Array motor:

Halbach Array

A very interesting benefit of the Halbach Array is that it defeats Earnshaw’s Theorem which says, “states that a collection of point charges cannot be maintained in a stable stationary equilibrium configuration solely by the electrostatic interaction of the charges.”

For example, if you took a ring magnet and had another magnet on a shaft in side of that ring magnet, you wouldn’t be able to get it to stay right in the middle even if you spin it – if you were trying to create a magnetic bearing for example.

Halbach Array Magnetic BearingHowever, with the Halbach Array, you can. With the clever arrangement of the polarities of various permanent magnets, you can indeed get a magnet to spin inside of this field and maintain stability in the middle without it sticking to any particular spot.

Halbach Array Mangetic Bearing
Halbach Array Mangetic Bearing

Learn more at Launchpoint Technologies