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Magnetic vortex - experimental proof

The video linked here shows experimental proof of the existence of a magnetic vortex. The direction of rotation changes when magnetic polarity is reversed. Depending on the pole, the rotation is either left handed or right handed.

Usually, we see magnetic field lines shown as bending straight back from one end of the magnet to the other. Correctly, what should be shown is magnetic lines of force in a vortex configuration, with two counter rotating flows spiralling to connect the pole to the centre of the magnet. So there should be two vortices, one for the North pole, and one for the South pole, each independent from the other and each attracted to the other. Together, they form a quasi-spherical "particle", be it small or as large as a star.

It appears to me that the separation of magnetic poles, and the tension that is created by this stable distancing of two opposing poles, creates rotation which, incidentally, is the seed of all matter.

The work was done by Pedro Alexandre Lino Silva, a Portuguese free energy researcher. His site is http://magneticvortex.site.pro/EnergyVortex/

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Other videos by Pedro Silva at http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/user/espiritosantosilva

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I think that he has a clip on the magnet bar and another on the other bar in the water (?) these are for what? to pass an electrical current? If so the rotation he is seeing is probably the turning magnetic field around the electrical current passing through the bars and the water to the other bar. Surely this goes back to the findings of Faraday?

OK I didn't watch the whole vid before commenting, silly me, he swaps around the bar into the water and the rotation changes direction, I guess if he doesn't swap the electrical connection to change the direction of the current it shouldn't change direction of the swirl, but it appears to, so what's going on? Is he passing an electrical current through a bar with a magnet on each end? Why would the magnets change the direction of the swirl if the electrical potential is unchanged? this not what we are taught right?

3 previous experimental verifications of the rotation of the magnetic fields for permanent magnets were done by Albert Roy Davis and Walter Rawls, back in the 1920's or 1930's. See http://www.magnetage.com/The_Figure_Eight_WYWS.html for some information. Next person was Howard Johnson, his 1970 book "The Secret World of Magnets" is an eye opener. See http://www.cheniere.org/books/HoJo/index.html. After that NASA did a hydrogen bubble chamber and found out that the fields spin in opposite directions and at different spin rates besides. This information was subsequently removed from public access. Lastly a Japanese researcher "JK" who put some YouTube videos on the web, which show the rotation of the magnetic field, he was using a plasma to illustrated the field lines. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afQW8FT02DM for example.

The fact that the magnetic field of a permanent magnet rotates naturally is a scientific fact not taught today.

If we do not understand how magnets work, how can all our science which follows possibly be correct?

Two more videos which show that permanent magnets have dynamic magnetic field vortices. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlDGU05-nvk and

So why isn't this being taught in high schools, colleges and universities around the world?

Jeff Cooks Magnet coil experiments with light are a dead giveaway. More proof that Gravity is Magnetism. And gravitational lensing is really magnetic lensing.

Faraday on the Magnetic Affection of Light.


Faraday saw the phenomenon 200 years ago.

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