What is a magnetic spin vortex? Most people are aware that when you look
at the effects of a magnetic field under a magnetic viewer it looks something
like this. However, most people are not aware that every permanent magnet emits
a spinning vortex from its North and South Poles. The actual spin vortex looks
similar to this diagram The North produces a counterclockwise spin, while
the South, a clockwise spin. What determines whether one side of the
magnet attracts another is actually it’s directional spin. Opposite directional
vortex spins will attract, while like directional vortex spins will repel.
What we think of as North and South Poles are really clockwise,
counterclockwise vortex spins emitted by the magnet. This is what the field of
spintronics is all about. The earth itself is a giant magnet moving through
space, and everything on it exhibits spin. From the currents of the ocean, to the
jet stream, to the Age rings of a tree. If you look for it everything in nature
exhibits spin. Tornadoes tend to rotate counterclockwise in the Northern
Hemisphere and clockwise in the southern hemisphere. However, the opposite can
occur. Which undercuts the common misconception. A tornado’s directional spin is actually the result of the Coriolis force. There’s also the common
misconception that a drain north of equator will create a counterclockwise
vortex, and south of the equator a clockwise vortex. This is not always the
case. What’s interesting to note though, is
that all things in nature exhibit spin. And not only nature. Spin is the nature
of the universe itself. All matter is made up of forces, or force fields, if you
will. Whether they be electrical, gravitational, or magnetic. Or understood
as resonance, vibrational forces, and frequency. They all share a semblance to
magnetic fields. And the commonality of spins. Particles of matter itself all
exhibits spin. Whether it’s microscopic, or on a cosmic
scale, but I digress. What does all of this have to do with
the magnetic spin vortex. I’ve laid all of this out to explain
that everything in nature, at a molecular level, already exhibits continuous spin.
So it’s not so much a matter of getting a magnetic structure to spin. The
individual magnets are already spinning. On a molecular level.
So understanding the spin vortex of a magnet places you one step closer to
building a magnet motive force closed loop system. The idea of tapping the
magnetic spin vortex for a closed loop system, has been around for awhile.
Before I present some ideas on how this might be done, let me show you some ways it can’t. And also share an interesting design idea by David Hamel. Hamill’s
magnetic motor utilizes the magnetic spin vortex and gravity in his design.
People have been trying to over simplify his design into something like this. Which
has been called the Hamel spinner. The first one I saw was presented by George
Green and Project Camelot. If you really study the simplified design it’s
actually not making use of the spin vortex, which I’ll explain in a moment. It
looks really interesting at first glance, but it isn’t really accomplishing what
it seems to be. In this video he calls the process Spin
Vortexing. I enjoyed his video, but respectfully disagree with his analysis.
He’s presenting essentially the same theory as John Bedini. According to
Bedini, by placing the magnets in a ring with all the north poles facing in, the
spins of the individual magnets form one large spin vortex. Bedini also states that
this configuration forms a vortex above the ring magnet arrangement, and another
below it. Additionally, by flipping the ring, he states, that the spinner will
switch from a clockwise to a counterclockwise rotation. Due to the
spins emanating from the ring magnet arrangement. Producing a clockwise
rotation in one direction, and a counterclockwise rotation in the other. I
respectfully disagree with all three points. With the emphasis on respectfully.
I have a great deal of respect for John Bedini and his research, but I believe
his conclusions in this case to be incorrect . And here’s why. You can
actually induce rotation of a spinner in clockwise or counterclockwise rotation
without flipping the ring magnet arrangement around. Regardless of whether
you use John Bedini’s closed ring configuration, or George Greene’s open
ring configuration. To further illustrate my point, you don’t need a ring magnet
configuration to get the spinner to rotate. Any simple magnet will do. So it’s
not the configuration at all that’s causing the spinner to spin. It’s also
of note, the spinner will not rotate if you don’t continue to move the ring
magnet around. If you place it in a stationary position the spinner won’t
spin at all. If you move it to induce rotation, it will stop spinning shortly
after you discontinue manually manipulating magnetic field between the
spinner and ring magnets. Configuring the magnets in this way does not create a
vortex above and below the magnetic ring assembly. Magnetic vortices are in
the same place they would be if you didn’t arrange them into the ring
directly above and below each magnet. So the magnetic vortises are actually
concentrated in the center of the ring, not above and below it.
David Hamel understood this. In his design he placed a ring magnet assembly
inside of a larger ring magnet assembly so that the magnetic or vortices would be
facing each other. If these magnetic ring magnet
arrangements were actually creating a vortex above and below the ring, what
would happen if you placed the ring vertex in close proximity to another
ring vortex. If one ring was held stationary, would it not induce spin in
the ring that was held by a string above it? What if you used two rings? One above
and one below? What if you imbalanced the Rings so that there spin vortices
could not line up? It’s quite obvious that there’s not a spin vortex being
created above or below the ring magnet arrangements. Regardless of whether you
use a closed ring configuration or removed one magnet from the an assembly
as demonstrated in George Greene’s version. Every version I presented here
would spin for a short time when introduced to a magnetic field, and then
slowed to a dead stop. To conclude. The reason the spinner rotates is simply due
to the fact that when you place the magnet on the state ball it can’t move
in a direct path toward the ring magnets. And since the ball can’t roll with a
magnet attached to it, it has to turn. Therefore, it will spin toward whatever
side of the magnetic arrangement is placed in the closest proximity to the
magnet on the spinner. These spinners are little more than toys. Fun to play around
with, but they don’t conclusively prove or demonstrate anything, other than
simple magnetic attraction. Now I don’t say that disrespectfully. I actually
enjoyed all of the videos demonstrating the spinner.
I’m only clarifying what the spinner is actually doing in all of these
experiments to lay out some groundwork for how a magnetic spin vortex works.
Sometimes, the blaze down new paths you first have to shatter the misconceptions.
Here’s a channel I highly recommend. If you have a real interest in magnetics
you’re probably not going to find a better YouTube
channel on the subject. I’d suggest going through his entire selection of
magnetics videos. And there’s a whole video devoted to spin vortex. This is another channel I’ll recommend.
It also has a couple of videos on the spin vortex. He uses an electrical charge,
in conjunction with a magnet, to demonstrate the spin vortex though, so it’s not a conclusive demonstration. But interesting, all the same. So in my final analysis there is a very
simple reason why the magnetic spin vortex is of great importance in the field
permanent-magnet motive force systems. Namely, if you assemble the rotor with
just the right ferromagnetic, paramagnetic or diamagnetic material, you
could place it in the path of a strong magnetic field and it would ride the
magnetic spin vortex like a windmill rides the wind. Food for thought. Thanks for watching.
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