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Negative energy and opposite self-induction device

  1. Dec 3, 2004 #1
    Hello.

    Take a look to this page:

    www.geocities.com/nayado/

    You all know that in a normal induction proccess, a back-emf is generated that tends to oppose current flow. All our motors, generators and devices work like this: You introduce a flow or movement, and the device operation will tend to avoid that flow or movement.

    In this page, a method to obtain the opposite thing is proposed: You introduce a flow or movement, and the device operation will tend to increase that flow or movement.

    We think that a moving electron generates a B field, and a stationary one does not. But imagine one moving electron near one stationary. The moving one will generate a B field into the stationary... But will not the stationary one appear to be moving to the moving electron? Then, the static electron will appear to be moving, so the moving electron should feel a B field from this electron.

    What do you think about this thing?
     
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