The relationship between Electricity, Magnetism and Gravity.
11:48 It even explains the non-sense of: If you can't measure it, it doesn't exist. 12:12 M.C. Esher's staircase explained 28:28 The loss of weight. 35:00 The orbit of the electron explained by the gyroscope. 40:00 18 pound gyro 47:00 Scientific conformity 54:54 Swiss gyro bus
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Another implementation of Lord Kelvin's Thunderstorm. I tried to make it easy to construct out of materials available at a local hardware store. I think it could be adjusted to produce a larger spark or more frequent sparks, but it does okay as shown. The hope is to use it in a thermodynamics demonstration talking about exergy; available work and recovered work. Obviously, very little available work is recovered by the electrostatic motor.
It is called resonate frequency, and there is a magnetic flux, the magnets are repelling each other creating magnetic resistance. The copper coil is also tuned to the same frequency as the magnetic field as well. Study electromagnetism, every frequency of electromagnetic radiation can be converted into usable current as well.
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This presentation by Eric P. Dollard has been uploaded by others and was mis-titled as "The Theory of Anti-Relativity". That title is actually a paper by Eric and this presentation is the History and Theory of Electricity. Eric Dollard's nickname for this presentation is "Explosion in the Shipyard" because of one story shared. Eric Dollard gave this presentation at the Tesla Society around 2007.
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24 AWG for secondary coil. Sparks from a Tesla Coil setup, Jacob's ladder for a different coil, and example of coronal wind between open electrodes. The setup I used for both coils was a ballast driving a flyback transformer. I used a couple of vertical wires for spark gap. For the capacitor, I used to plastic storage bin coated with tinfoil on inside and outside.