Simple Free Energy. Overview of Renaissance Charge Free Energy Motor Energizers basic explanation. I came up with this presentation after our Fort Lauderdale Convention where an attendee asked a way to explain this technology to others. I realized that many people just want to jump to the final results without realizing each important point. These questions help people to appreciate little points that are often missed in evaluating the output.
See part 2 where I show a fan being taken apart and easily changed to give these normally disregarded benefits:
For the next stages watch this video:
Selfish Circuits and Loving Paths https://youtu.be/SE-AiC9yiFc
As some people want to get into where conventional theory is wrong or limited I will recommend the following book and quotes:
Topological Foundations of Electromagnetism http://www.worldscientific.com/worldscibooks/10.1142/6693
"PREFACE. Maxwell’s equations are foundational to electromagnetic theory. They are the cornerstone of a myriad of technologies and are basic to the understanding of innumerable effects. Yet there are a few effects or phenomena that cannot be explained by the conventional Maxwell theory. This book examines those anomalous effects and shows that they can be interpreted by a Maxwell theory that is subsumed under gauge theory. Moreover, in the case of these few anomalous effects, and when Maxwell’s theory finds its place in gauge theory, the conventional Maxwell theory must be extended, or generalized, to a nonAbelian form. The tried-and-tested conventional Maxwell theory is of Abelian form. It is correctly and appropriately applied to, and explains, the great majority of cases in electromagnetism. What, then, distinguishes these cases from the aforementioned anomalous phenomena? It is the thesis of this book that it is the topology of the spatiotemporal situation that distinguishes the two classes of effects or phenomena, and the topology that is the final arbiter of the correct choice of group algebra — Abelian or non-Abelian — to use in describing an effect. Therefore, the most basic explanation of electromagnetic phenomena and their physical models lies not in differential calculus or group theory, useful as they are, but in the topological description of the (spatiotemporal) situation. Thus, this book shows that only after the topological description is provided can understanding move to an appropriate and now-justified application of differential calculus or group theory. Terence W. Barrett"
Electromagnetic Phenomena Not Explained by Maxwell’s Equations [Based on Barrett, T.W., “Electromagnetic phenomena not explained by Maxwell’s equations,” in A. Lakhtakia (ed.), Essays on the Formal Aspects of Maxwell Theory (World Scientific, 1993), pp. 8–86.]
"The conventional Maxwell theory is a classical linear theory in which the scalar and vector potentials appear to be arbitrary and defined by boundary conditions and choice of gauge. The conventional wisdom in engineering is that potentials have only mathematical, not physical, significance. However, besides the case of quantum theory, in which it is well known that the potentials are physical constructs, there are a number of physical phenomena — both classical and quantum-mechanical — which indicate that the Aµ fields, µ = 0, 1, 2, 3, do possess physical significance as global-to-local operators or gauge fields, in precisely constrained topologies....
Although the term “classical Maxwell theory” has a conventional meaning, this meaning actually refers to the interpretations of Maxwell’s original writings by Heaviside, Fitzgerald, Lodge and Hertz. These later interpretations of Maxwell actually depart in a number of significant ways from Maxwell’s original intention. In Maxwell’s original formulation, Faraday’s electrotonic state, the A field, was central, making this prior-to-interpretation, original Maxwell formulation compatible with Yang–Mills theory, and naturally extendable...
This recent extension of soliton theory to linear equations of motion, together with the recent demonstration that the nonlinear Schrödinger equation and the Korteweg–de-Vries equation — equations of motion with soliton solutions — are reductions of the self-dual Yang–Mills equation (SDYM),5 are pivotal in understanding the extension of Maxwell’s U(1) theory to higher order symmetry forms such as SU(2). Instantons are solutions to SDYM equations which have minimum action. The use of Ward’s SDYM twistor correspondence for universal integrable systems means that instantons, twistor forms, magnetic monopole constructs and soliton forms all have a pseudoparticle SU(2) correspondence."
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