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Published on Jul 18, 2010
Followup to last video, shows that the spin resonance works on the the Neoball some distance away from the coil with the power off. No perpetual motion here, but unusual magnetic resonances going on. The neoball spins for at least 1 minute and 20 seconds after the power is disconnected which is remarkable. Tried other coils with lesser effects, so the Randy Powell Rodin geometry seem to work best. The coil here is a 4.5 inch diameter so-called 18x36 Abha or April Wind, with all 12 wires connected in 2 connected sets of 6 wires each. About 50,000 RPM max on the 1/2 inch neodymium ball, N42 strenght from K&J magnetics. Here is my grok on this. The initial energy input goes into the mag fields of both coil and neoball, then it starts shuttling back and forth. This resonance acts to keep the ball spinning for a long time, much longer than friction would allow. There may also be an additional jolt of "radiant" energy coming into the system via the recurrent collapses of the mag fields on each cycle like a Bedini motor/charger. voila! you have a whacked out of control "lolo" neoball spinner!
checkout vortexspace.org excellent info and files, rodin coil folks are migrating there. Aloha