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sensing the resultant energy due to the dynamic imerac-' tion cf the relatively moving members.

3. The method of claim 2 wherein the sensing further comprises the steps of positioning a member of preferred material within said non-electromagnetic force lieid and measuring the change in the physical characteristics thereof.

4. An apparatus comprising two U-shaped members of spin nuclei material, non-spin nuclei material means for posirioning said U-shaped members in mirrored relationship with one another and separated by two gaps, means including a freely rotataole member of spin nuclei male-rial mounted in one of sajd two gaps, means including a detector mounted in the other one of said two gaps, and means for effecting the rotation of said frceiy rotatable member whereby a nou-electromagnetic force is impressed upon said detector.

5. The apparatus of claim 4 wherein the detector positioned within the second of said two ┬┐pps comprises a crystalline structure of spin nuclei material such that the non-electromagnetic force impressed upon said crystalline structure is eiTective in polarizing said spin nude: material suificiendy to reduce the specific heat properties of the crystalline structure so as to effect a substantial increase in the temperature thereof.

6. An energy generating apparatus comprising 1 first member, a second member, and means for establishing relative motion between said first and second members whereby a non-electromagnetic force is generated within said first and second members due to ihe dynamic interaction of said relatively moving members.

7. An energy generating and transforming apparatus comprising a mass circuit constructed of spin nuclei material of half integral spin value, '.aid mass circuit having two gaps therein, field generating means rotatably mounted in one of said mass circuit gaps, said field generator means further comprising a frame for rotatably mounting thereon a member comprising spin nuclei materia: of half integral spin value, the axis of rotation of said rotatable member lying in the plane of said mass drcuit, a pair of pole pieces mounted on said frame, said poie pieces being disposed on said frame on opposite sides of said rotatable member, each pole piece presenting a generally circular fac; in close proximity to but spaced from a face of said ro^auble member, said pole pieces being further configured to substantially fill the gap in said mass circuit, means for rotating the rotatable member of said field generator means at high velocity, and means mounted in the other gap of said mass circuit for defecting a field in said circuit.

8. An energy generating and transforming apparatus comprising: a mass circuit of dense material, and having two gaps therein, mounting means for said mass circuit, said mounting means having restricted contact area with said mass circuit, field generator means rotatably mounted in one of said mass circuit gaps; said generator means further comprising a frume, a rotatable member mounted on said frame for rotation, the axis of rotation of said rotatable member lying in the plane of said mass circuit throughout all relative positions of said frame, a pair of pole picces mounted on said frame by mounting means establishing restricted contact area between each pole piece and said frame, said pole picces being disposed on said frame on opposite sides of mid rotatabie member, each pole piece presenting a generally circular face in close proximity to but spaced from a face of said rotatable member, said pclc picces being furJier configured to substantially fill the gap in said mais circuit, means for rotating the rotatabie member of said generator means at high

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