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Electric motor ▲ 4000-foot Winding

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Uploaded on Mar 22, 2008

(: 00123 = days since my first newman motor :)

*** NEW VIDEO ***
Compilation of efforts on Newman Motors from November 2007 to August 2008:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5Bkf2...

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Charges will create a magnetic field as long you have them moving. The further they go, the greater the disturbance they make. Magnets can tap into these wakes, or rather, the magnetic field energy emanating from these charges, and use them for propulsion. Tie a magnet onto a bar, and you're halfway into making a motor! The key to energy output is to maximize the wakes (emanating magnetic fields) produced by charges sent to the coil by the power source. The voltage is simply energy per charge due to the proximity of charges. The energy used to produce this these is not the same as the magnetic field energy that comes out of charges as they move with respect to an observer. Yes, the voltage does produce acceleration of charges when those charges can leak onto a conductor, allowing it to "air hockey" away from the voltage source. But that energy (per charge) is not the same energy as the magnetic field energy of the charge due to relative movement! This magnetic field energy due to this relative movement can exceed the energy that causes the acceleration and expansion of the concentration of charges at the beginning of the circuit. The key is to drive the wire over a very long distance. This motor here has 4000 feet. Most genuine Newman machines have miles of wire. According to one description at (http://www.josephnewman.com/JN_Theory...) a Newman Machine can have 55 miles of wire. That's 72 times bigger than this motor. That's how you keep your charges working for you, instead of dumping them at the rear end of some battery.

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