Harvey D N.
user 18273861
Streetsboro, OH
Post #: 3
Note; in this example all of the currents on each phase are LOWER then what would be arrived at were the phase itself allowed a solitary conduction from its source of emf. It is then a "FORCED" current, and the typical lenz law reaction on the source is then subterfuged. It may even work backwards, trying to power its own source in which case the voltage across that phase will be greater then its highest open circuit reading.
In this system three governing powers are bound together and issue a
mutual agreement of inductance amongst themselves as power brokers
to allocate magnetic fields acting in space and time to be given new powers
of action, in which either an expansion of time is given, to be compensated by a contraction of time elsewhere from one of the three power brokers, with the net result of having the entire system contracted in time. What this means in practicality is that two locations as to the 2d vector description of where the magnetic event occurs on the time line exist, and this dichotomy is remedied by making them exist instead as a 3d vector description which in fact is demanded by the laws of vector placement. In this realm of curved time -space, the opposite
of the opposite is no longer the original, and a sort of third opposite condition exists.

By using agreements and enforcements made between phasings from a 666 machine load, a solitary phase on a 3 phase system can arrive a different current then the currents dictated by its central source of emf. It essentially becomes a state in rebellion and as such the roles as senders of orders, and acting on orders of delivery become reversed, so that the roles of who is boss becomes reversed, and many different things can happen then. Typically the phase becoming a sender of vibrations instead of a receiver will cause the input voltage to become greater then what it will deliver on a stand alone basis. It goes above its own output and so we classify the load causing this effect a "negative resistance". These things happen all the time with the three phase wireless tesla coil, where one of the phases will start to work in reverse and cause the input voltage to go beyond its highest setting of delivery; see
~60% Voltage Kickback from Load to Stator Source(ph3)
10 & 20 Volt Operation of Wireless Bipolar TC via 666 Pancake Spirals

In finality it should be seen that since the alternator itself is not a symmetrical generator/motor,(it cannot be run backwards in time function to make the former generator instead run as a motor) because of this the mechanical drag experienced by the rotating field winding producing periphery stator currents; whether the reverse function of a phase instead powering its own source of emf; IT WOULD PROBABLY DO NOTHING TO REDUCE THE MECHANICAL DRAG INHERENT IN THE PRODUCTION OF POWER. However; In the ideal rotating magnet driven field construction; we would then have the unusual circumstance of one of the phases aiding the rotation, while the remaining phases opposed that rotation. In that case the delivery of total energy would certainly be optimized for performance. However no capitalist firm that I know of manufactures such an item. In the permanent magnet neodymium generator I have purchased for electrolysis work, the outputs are all made DC with no
choice for AC. Thus I conclude I should pursue the former communist regimes of Russia and allies for development of this important development in electrical science. I will be posting this to RT News and other relevant outlets...
Sincerely Harvey D Norris

Pioneering the Applications of Interphasal Resonances http://tech.groups.ya...­
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