A Magnetic Motor Test of Eric Vogels and His website is http://fdp.hemsida.net
For the Minato Wheel version 1 go here
For the Minato Wheel version 2 & 3 go here
For Updated experiment go here.
A minato Patent 4,751,486
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|The basic idea is also that a magnet is pushed through some gates. The picture D1 shows an almost closed loop of gates.||On D2 you see the 'runner' mounted. The runner is not
rotating; it just passes all the gates and will then stop
(or go back). As soon as I close the loop, the runner will stop somewhere.
|In the hope that mass was important I changed the device to what you see
on D3. There is 'runner' is fixed and the gates are rotating. Same
loop is not possible. It looks like that as soon as the loops closes, the
'power' is gone. This brought me to the next idea: what if the 'runner' is
circling and going up at the same time? If I mount the 'runner' on a small trainwagon on a track, I maybe can pull the runner up I a spiral??? When the runner falls down on the track it maybe has enough speed to jump into the first gate again? I don't know, I'm working on a model now, but it's not easy. I wonder what happenes when you close your ½ loop. I will follow your results on your website and I glad that more people still believe in magnets.
|On D4 you see the device I build to test the magnetic gate in vertical position. This to test the possibility to drag a 'runner' on a upgoing spiral where I told you about in an earlier email. It seemed that the vertical position is not a problem.||On D5 I have a device to check the possible length of the ramp. D5 is in fact an earlier experiment but since the 'spiral' is a long and climbing ramp the results are now important.|
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