SEG Roller Torque




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Published on Jul 16, 2009

In this clip, we can demonstrate the torque experienced by a roller that is hinged on an acrylic assembly, causing spin up to thousands of RPM.

There are two magnetic forces at work, one that floats it off the surface of the copper plate and the other is torque causing it to spin.

Most interesting is the fact that the roller's magnetic field are based likewise to the magnetic waveform pattern produced by the Searl Effect Magnetizer as seen on test segments which incidentally forms the bases for spin as shown.

With these results, it is clearly evident that the SEG's rollers can and must conform to both an orbit and spin around the stator rings which is in complete agreement SEG theory of operation.


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