A subject we have partly covered, and also a subject we have seen mentioned by others before us:
Ah, the devices I have invented, which there are a number of them, they all, ah, actually, accelerate Electrons. They're Electron Accelerators.
Don Smith 1998 Office Interview Part 3 @3: 30
So why is this important?
A Single Copper Atom has 29 Protons, 34 Neutrons and 29 Electrons. A Copper Wire, has many Centillion Electrons, all at rest state at our scale, but at the Electrons scale very busy little fellas!
An Electron, because it carry's a Charge has an associated Magnetic Moment - Making the Electron susceptible to External Magnetic Fields!
Electromagnetic Induction, discovered in 1831 by Michael Faraday, 187 years ago, uses The Lorentz Force, to Strip off outer Orbital Electrons, or Free Electrons and create a Potential Charge Difference on the Terminals of the Insulated Copper Wire.
Each Terminal consisting of an excess of Charged Electrons, where the Charge of one electron is typically in the order of: -1.602 x 10-19 C. If you like, the Insulated Copper Wire has now become a Capacitor, where each Terminal has Opposite Charge and there is an associated Volume of Charge Q. Where Q = C V
Because the Electron has an Associated Magnetic Moment, and it is susceptible to external Magnetic Fields, the very movement of the Electron can be accelerated further, increasing the total flow of Electrons, or Current, by an additional external Magnetic Field, a subject we have seen before also:
The current and potential windings require relatively little power, and are applied in such a manner that rate of flow of moving charges may be accelerated beyond 1 ampere = 6.24 x 1018 electrons / second. Thus the duty factor of the copper changes. I2R Losses diminish and more charges drawn from the now coherent space field flow at a faster rate as current to the load. This means as more current is required by varying loads more feedback magnetomotive forces free more electrons from binding forces complimented by potential magnetic forces of the orientated, coherent space field. Thus a conductor that formerly had a temperature rise above ambient labelled as a factor of 10 would now operate at a temperature of 1.0. Thus the same gauge wire would carry 10 times more current at the same temperature.
Floyd Sweet - The Space-Flux Coupled Alternator
What Experiment might we see this occur?
Current is the Flow or Electrons, or Charged Particles. So, what might this acceleration look like? From our friend George:
Electrons are Accelerated down the Insulated Copper Wire, out of the Terminals and through a Load. If the Load is not Connected, e.g: switched off, then no Current can Flow, however, an E.M.F or an Electromotive Force is still present!
Current is equivalent to the M.M.F or Magnetomotive Force, which does not need to be present at the stage of Electromagnetic Induction!
We MUST not confuse the two different processes!