Brians CD Motor Replication

I was most gratified to see Brian finally get a result with this motor. He really did put a lot of genuine hard work into this device, and he most definitely deserved a positive result. I think the fact he opted for 1"

magnets with a longer pulse duration complicated this motor, but the problems that created have recently been solved with 555 circuitry to adjust the pulse width down. Instead of running hot and slow, it now runs fast and cold - as it should. Pulse width is key, and even if he is using 25.4mm magnets verses my 18mm magnets, it just goes to prove you can design round potential problems that crop up in Adams motor construction. Brian did not try to be clever, he did not 'improve' aspects which looked wrong, he just built what I said, including the bizarre over-wound stators. If you do the same, your motor will also run off negative energy. Note, Brian also used disc magnets, proving square faced magnets are not critical to the manifestation of negative impulses

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