Radus Effect Magnets with Preferred Flux Path Memory

In the early NASA space program, magnetic boots for holding the astronaut to the skin of the space vehicle when outside it were required. A Westinghouse engineer named Raymond J. Radus had found that a permanent magnet applied to a dual flux path (Figure 6-23) would "remember" the flux path taken initially, until switched to the other flux path in an initial condition, after which it would remember that path as preferable {445a-445c}. A permanent magnet with such "memory" will split its flux in two parallel flux paths by some ratio, e.g., 20% in the non-preferred path and 80% in the preferred path. This preference can be

Engineer walked upside down on the underside of a steel beam in a high-bay area, wearing the Radus boots He used a stepping movement, not shuffling

Figure 6-24 Acceptance test of the Radus astronaut boots.

Engineer walked upside down on the underside of a steel beam in a high-bay area, wearing the Radus boots He used a stepping movement, not shuffling

Figure 6-24 Acceptance test of the Radus astronaut boots.

The Radus boots completely solved that problem. The permanent magnet fields are switched away from the "boot sole contact with the beam" for that foot that the astronaut wishes to lift, so he can lift it easily and take another step. Then the fields are switched back in again so that the strong field is on the boot sole as he places his foot down. This switching of the fields allows him to walk in a manner resembling normal walking, though a little slower. To do that switching by normal "battery and electromagnet coils" would be prohibitively bulky and heavy — and awkward. With the Radus boots, the astronaut could walk in a manner very similar to slow but normal walking.

However, it is easily seen that an adaptation of the Radus process could conceivably be used to produce a self-switching, self-powered permanent magnet motor. Being a permanent dipole, a magnet is already a particular kind of "free energy generator", since it continuously extracts magnetic energy directly from the active vacuum due to its dipole asymmetry in the virtual photon flux of the vacuum.

The Radus boots were abandoned quickly. NASA then developed the present inferior "shuffler" kind of magnetic boots where the astronaut cannot lift his boot from the surface, but must "scoot" his feet along in a sliding and painfully awkward fashion {448}.

Even today, it is little known that in many virgin magnets fresh from the factory, their very first use conditions them with a Radus-type memory!

Thatfact can be used, e.g., to create magnets whose fields appear normal, but which deviate from the normal behavior ofordinary magnets, and which produce anomalies in their magnetic fields.

The Kawai engine {31} uses a novel means of switching the flux path itself instead of overpowering the magnetic poles in an electromagnet. As this is written, Bedini has been notified that his patent with a "path-switching" effect control method has been accepted and will be issued. Although control of the Kawai engine was seized by the Yakuza, we expect to see that some of the first COP> 1.0 motors on the world market will be magnetic motors using the Radus effect or other flux path switching method.

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