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Creating a Virtual Magnetic Monopole

Updated on January 22, 2014
Superconducting permanent magnets can be made to levitate over a magnetic mirror like aluminum.
Superconducting permanent magnets can be made to levitate over a magnetic mirror like aluminum. | Source
The linear induction motor uses magnetic reflection from a diamagnetic material in order to achieve propulsion. This method is in use in the Skytrain in Vancouver, BC.
The linear induction motor uses magnetic reflection from a diamagnetic material in order to achieve propulsion. This method is in use in the Skytrain in Vancouver, BC. | Source
By examining this photo of filaments on the sun, we can see they are banded due to hydrogen being trapped between manegetic field lines.
By examining this photo of filaments on the sun, we can see they are banded due to hydrogen being trapped between manegetic field lines. | Source
Viewed from the north pole, we can see the magnetic field lines tapping solar particles in discrete bands. The two that are close to the earth are the Van Allen Belts.
Viewed from the north pole, we can see the magnetic field lines tapping solar particles in discrete bands. The two that are close to the earth are the Van Allen Belts. | Source
This is a basic set up for creating an electromagnet. Most of the electromagnets in use have an iron core. In some applications, this may be a hindrance rather than helpful.
This is a basic set up for creating an electromagnet. Most of the electromagnets in use have an iron core. In some applications, this may be a hindrance rather than helpful. | Source
Basic elements of a monopole propulsion unit. 1. electromagnet. 2. Aluminum disk. 3. N & S poles of electromagnet in aluminum hollow spheres that can be opened and closed
Basic elements of a monopole propulsion unit. 1. electromagnet. 2. Aluminum disk. 3. N & S poles of electromagnet in aluminum hollow spheres that can be opened and closed | Source
This is one of many conceptions for UFO technology. This is similar to the monopole configuration, but the similarity ends by appearance.
This is one of many conceptions for UFO technology. This is similar to the monopole configuration, but the similarity ends by appearance. | Source

The Use of Magnetism for Propulsion

Two arrangements are required to make a virtual magnetic monopole that are used together for maximum effect. These are the use of a long axis magnet and a diamagnetic material like aluminium. As the greatest strength of the magnetic force is found near the ends of a magnet, making one of substantial length will allow for isolating one of the poles more readily. The use of a magnetic “mirror” also assists in the process of isolating a pole. One can use a disk of substantial diameter or a sphere enclosing one of the magnetic poles. The principle of the magnetic mirror has already been done in experiment (1, 2) and in application within an linear induction motor (3). The first step in proving the existence of a magnetic mirror has already been completed and is now in practical use. We can also see the principal of magnetic trapping of diamagenetic materials between magnetic field lines and a good example is of hydrogen in the solar magnetic field as shown in the photo of the sun. The earth also traps particles in the Van Allen belts seen in the polar photo of the Earth's magnetic field. In addition both photos give us further clues about how protons and electrons are affected and ultimately various elements and metals. This demonstrates that charged particles can behave in a manner that is either attracted to or repelled by the existence of a magnetic field. Various metals also behave in either being attracted to, or repelled by a magnetic field. Magnetic fields tend to become more banded and discrete with increasing strength.

The earth is at the business end of a virtually endless stream of power that emanates from the sun. The solar chromosphere (4) and intense magnetic field sends a flood of charged particles into all directions in space including toward the earth even in quiet years. But during solar maximum when magnetically linked sunspots suddenly electromagnetically snap, a flood of trapped protons is released and some head straight to earth. Electrons are also released having been stripped from the hydrogen protons. These come from different regions of magnetic field line gaps and these move in opposite directions in the solar magnetic local field gaps. The potential is now known to be great enough that power grids on earth and communications can collapse due to sudden overload as powerful natural electrical fields are generated the moment that the geomagnetic field begins to fluctuate violently from the impact of high speed solar particle laden winds. These streams are sorted by the geomagnetic field as they stream in and are collected near the geomagnetic poles.

To determine the travel of electrons and protons in the geomagnetosphere, consider the so called right hand rule of electromagnetism. With your right hand pointing to the north as the direction of the magnetic field of the north magnetic pole (2012), the electrons coming in from the sun will be deflected to the left or west and the protons will be steered to the right or east. These, once trapped in the goemagnetosphere's field lines will then circle the earth in opposite directions and move north and south in resonant vibrating fashion as they circle at high velocity as more incoming particles from the sun engage the geomagnetosphere of the earth (5). When upon occasion, the electrons and protons meet, they will form neutral hydrogen which will react with ozone and oxygen to form water molecules. It is from this solar particle source that all aurora and lightning originate. The field directions are becoming scrambled due to the chaotic flipping of the geomagnetic field. During this transitional period, magnetic hole such as found at the north and south magnetic poles open up everywhere and provide a direct magnetic conduit between the sun and the surface of the earth as it was commonly near the magnetic poles in the recent past. Once the orientation has flipped completely, the electron and proton directions will also reverse. This will have major consequences for everything down to the surface of the earth from the weather patterns and associated electrical phenomenon. But the key idea in all of this, is that there is an electrical energy gradient from the sun to the earth and then around the earth itself, which concerns us, from the geomagnetosphere to the surface of the planet. It is this gradient that can be tapped into directly and Tesla figured it out, used it and patented the concept. This is now available for anyone who can build a rather simple accumulator to run all their electrical power needs. The gradient amounts to about 2,000 volts for ten feet. With an antenna that long, one can expect to accumulate an electrostatic potential of 2,000 volts. If the antenna is decoupled with a capacitor, then this force can be diverted and collected. ” (6)

The foregoing contains clues as to tapping this vast reservoir of energy. This can be collected and then beamed wirelessly to anything we wish to power. It also clues us in as to how magnetic field lines work and how they can be used for a variety of effects. Given the foregoing, we can consider the construction of a controlled magnetic monopole in pairs of N and S that can be engaged and disengaged on command. A long electromagnet powered by energy from the outside via a beam of microwave energy collected by a rectenna can be constructed to have two magnetic monopoles. The electromagnet itself can be powered up or down gradually to conctrol magnetic intensity. The core of the magnet made of ferrous material can be hollow with two hollow spheres on both ends. These ferromagnetic spheres are enclosed in magnetic mirror spheres of aluminium that are constructed to open or close in a controlled manner to allow the magnetic field to enter into surrounding space in a directed manner to effect motion in a chosen direction. This would be done to interact with the atmosphere or particles in interstellar space in a manner where only one pole is exposed, creating in effect creating a magnetic monopole. Depending on the environment, the monopole would be used to repel or attract according to the usual diamagnetic qualities of free hydrogen

Enhancing a monopole can also be done with an aluminium disk. This would have to be done in conjunction with the long electromagnet arranged perpendicular to the disk and the ends of which are encased in adjustable aluminium magnetic mirrors. Such a device should easily move in the earth's atmosphere or in space. Pictured here is something that approximates the concept designed to shape a local magnetic monopole field for propulsion. This illustration however is an alternative idea and serves as only a guide (7). It would take additional technology to spin a magnetic field and may not be necessary. Once the monopole field is in action, additional requirements required would be gyroscope stabilizers, controls, a rectenna, storage capacitors or batteries, a sealed compartment for the occupants and driver and supplies for the voyage. Small or large versions of such a craft can be built. They can also with proper shielding, move at very high speeds.

Superconducting magnetic levitation and propulsion

Mass as a Vector and How to Use it For Propulsion

If you rig a simple experiment, you can determine for yourself that mass can be controlled and directed in a given direction and strength. No laws of physics as we know them have to be violated. This experiment uses the gyroscope to make the point. You can use two to either enhance directed mass or to cancel it and both have considerations. A single fast rotating gyroscope demonstrates the effect of generated directed mass. If you attempt to reorient it while it is running one immediately encounters directional inertia. But a single gyroscope has a tendency to wobble around a secondary axis called an axis of procession. That is that the wobble will move in the same circular direction as rotation. To eliminate this tenancy, two or more gyroscopes are used in tandem. However, to maintain stability, all gyroscopes must be rotating in the same manner and orientation in space. This point cannot be stressed enough. This is proven by connecting two gyroscopes and running them in opposite rotation. All directional mass will be lost and the two will behave as if they were not running at all. There will be no directional inertia. This experiment has been done with two running in phase and in opposing phase and can be easily replicated (8).

For the magnetic monopole drive, gyroscopes would be essential in order to effect the most efficient travel through an electromagnetic medium such as the atmosphere or interplanetary space. To reorient the magnetic monopole vehicle, it would be necessary to shut down the gyroscope stabilizer temporarily and then switched back on when the new orientation is achieved.

References:

  1. http://chemavishkar.blogspot.com/2012/07/what-is-diamagnetism-behaviour-of.html

  2. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S037877960400104X

  3. http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=7529

  4. http://www.theworld.org/2012/10/nasa-audio/

  5. Power in the Ionosphere: How to Collect and Manipulate it: by The Author, W. J. Prest

  6. http://www.zamandayolculuk.com/cetinbal/HTMLdosya1/Etherspacecraft1.htm

  7. http://www.hubpages.com/hub/ELEMENTS-OF-MASS

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