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[3] Trombly and Kahn, International Patent #WO 82/02126 Adam Trombly has not published results of his experiments with the NaK OPFG, performed under the auspices of the Acme Research Corp., but presently can be contacted through the Earth First Foundation, Evergreen, CO.

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[19] Surprisingly, this was verified with only a 1" OPFG using Samarian-Cobalt magnets. As the resistive load varied, the emf did not change.

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