The Stator An Electromagnetic Field Splitter

A stator has two main parts.

• Firstly the central core. A piece of material that is in an ideal world magnetically non retentive, highly permeable, with a very low magnetic orientation and response time, and an inductance rating of 1.5 Teslas or above.. Obviously, the rotor will be most strongly attracted to this substance.

• Secondly, the stator is wound with many hundred of turns of wire, the current induced in this wire by the magnet will be of a polarity that repels the magnet, as per Lenz. The 1.5+ Tesla inductance rating of the core, ensures a solid pole face is formed by the core when the windings are energized and an electromagnetic field applied.

As stator and rotor come into alignment, the field spread over the stator windings is at its greatest extent, hence the current induction is at its strongest, exactly at the 'in register,' position, when it is most needed, which is also where we close the timing circuit enabling current to flow. Therefore at the 'stuck,' point where the stator core and magnet are effectively temporarily as one, you will get a large current induced, that acts to offset the field the magnet has been inducing in the stator core, which is the basis for the mutual attraction of the rotor to the core. We are therefore left with a most fascinating electromagnetic paradox, whereby the magnet is fighting for control of the stator core simultaneously from two directions. It is both trying to extend its flux field into the stator core to create an attraction effect, but it is also trying using current induced, to make the stator core repel itself. Both actions on their own are fully predicted and explained by existing electromagnetic law, some of it 170 years old, yet what no-one in the mainstream has ever investigated, is what might happen when you perform both actions near simultaneously. The answer seems fairly simple to me. Space time is, in a manner, short circuited. The magnet has gained kinetic energy in being attracted to the stator core, yet when it arrives at the stator core and should get 'stuck,' its own field energy causes partial demagnetization (repulsion with delivered pulse) from the said stator core via the windings. It is therefore forced to keep a % of the kinetic energy it gained in being initially attracted to the stator core, in an apparent violation of the laws of conversation of energy.

Hence, we have taken advantage of a switched reluctance motor's mechanical yaw to register, to force energy out of the field of a permanent magnet, by using stator cores configured as generator windings. It has required less electrical energy to demagnetize the stator core, than the sum of the kinetic energy we gained on approach, because of the 'free precharge' provided by the pm field to the stator windings. Thus an electromagnetically asymmetrical operation has been performed upon the field of a permanent magnet, temporarily depleting the field strength of the magnet below that defined by the atomic structure of the magnet. Demagnetization is a fundamental over-unity concept!

It is this two way magnetic energy field extraction optimization the Adams motor delivers, that turns the permanent magnets into negative inductors, that time reverse all particles caught up within the negative flux field created on the pole face of the permanent magnets. The negative time flux field of the magnet is a direct response to the field depletion effect manifested, and is the mechanism whereby the magnet draws in energy to rebalance the voltage component of its field and restore normal strength, as defined by the atomic structure of the magnet. Since the magnets run cold, and since this energy draw takes place in a time reversed zone of negentropy, I hypothesize this mechanism to be a loss less and direct thermo electric conversion. Photons radiate energy from a high potential source into space under normal physics in a direct electric-thermal conversion (called I2R losses in conventional physics), when time reversed, they do just the opposite. They take thermal energy from space, and concentrate it on the magnets to replenish their field strength. The circuitry of the motor is of course caught up in the field replenishment routine of the magnet, hence cold current in device circuitry, as well as further reductions in current draw, in excess of the 50% reduction provided by the basic unit.

In terms of device optimization, cold current wires need to be small enough to offer maximum vacuum surface area contact, while large enough to allow electrons to flow. The exact equations that determine performance have not yet been derived, but Adams stators in series should have a total resistance approaching 10 ohms for best result. So if using 2 stators in series, that implies about 4-5 ohms each. Obviously, the photons absorb any of the heat the electrons emit in their passage through the wire and convert it directly back to potential, so conventional I2R losses area a complete non issue. If you use conventional equations in your stator construction process with the Adams motor, you will most likely fail. Because true cold current is fully time reversed, the electrons flow backwards recharging the source, hence the device is really a mechanical transductor, changing energy from one form to another. This reversal of current can give the appearance of polarity reversal in device circuitry. But this is an effect and not a cause, of course.

Finally, the importance of voltage should be noted here. Voltage is electrical pressure. If you recall we are performing a time reversal operation, the higher the voltage the greater the heat dissipated in conventional circuits. Hence in a time reversed state, the greater the voltage, the greater the photon accretion from the vacuum. The relationship between voltage and energy gain does not appear to be linear, and the below table gives the known values. Current draw falls as each input voltage threshold is crossed, increased voltage multiplication effects above supply can also be manifested.

Summary: Known Negative Energy Voltage Harmonics

Crossing each harmonic further reduces current draw beyond the basic 50%


Increased above supply voltage multiplication effects have also been noted. It is extrapolated that current flow may stop entirely around 720v. Important switching speed harmonics also exist


Source: Sparky Sweet, Tim Harwood


Source: Sparky Sweet, Robert Adams


Source: Robert Adams


Source: Chris Arnold (360v?)

In the case of the Adams motor, I hypothesize the magnitude of the negative impulse from the permanent magnets, to be equivalent to the size of the free precharge, PLUS the kinetic energy gained on rotor attraction to the stator. No doubt this can be modeled mathematically, but the key point is that it is the mechanical yaw to register, that scales the very brief negative impulse from the rotor pms, to such a size as to be technologically useful.

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