You've got yourself a very interesting video there. I think you proved the AB Effect with your experiment. A coil external to the core picking up energy. Very nice indeed! Good job!
I also think you showed us the amount of leakage that Bearden spoke of. It appeared to be sporadic by location, seems to reflect the uneven contact of the magnet with respect to the core. To be honest the leakage is more than I thought it would be and I'm sure you got the magnets as tight as is possible. I bet almost everybody here has taken a flyback transformer apart and noticed the plastic shims between the core halves. The gap concentrates the magnetic field in that location. That was done on purpose and it's not what we want, not for our purposes. These thoughts are what prompted me to cut the core so as to completely contain the magnets within.
Referring to your 20 June 2020 post:
You are right about the hidden gems in the Energy from the Vacuum videos. In the third? video Bedini is sitting in a chair in the middle of his shop floor just talking. About 12 minutes into it he makes a statement saying where the radiant energy comes from. Just one sentence. The radiant comes in when the field around the coil collapses. The most important sentence in the entire video as far as I'm concerned. That lit my brain up like a firecracker! It made my 'Big Picture' of the universe clear. We are immersed in the virtual vacuum like being under water. So an analogy using a sponge in place of a coil should be suitable. The sponge is dry and out of water, no charge on the coil. Water will be the charge in this case. When the sponge is placed in the river it absorbs that water and swells up, a field develops around the coil. The sponge is removed from the water, the charge is turned off. Water leaks from the sponge instantly, the field collapses. If there is no container there to catch the water it goes back where it came from in the river. That's one cycle. Basically it's one coil wound on a transformer core. Does nothing useful. The action of the field is similar to a stormfront. The air is hot which means the molecules of the air are further apart, field expanded. That gives more space for the water vapor to fill up and stay in the air, field has collected charge from the vacuum. Very humid. As a coil we can say the hot air has a charge and has a field around it, holding the water. A cold front comes in and cools the air. The air molecules no longer have the energy to be forced apart and the water is forced out as rain, the field collapses. Pumping a coil is like milking a cow. Squeeze, field collapses. Release, field expands. The hard part is collecting the charge without getting milk on your boots.
I hope that didn't sound like I was talking down to anyone. I'm not! A picture is worth a thousand words and I tried to make a picture(s) to express my viewpoint. I got all that from one sentence from Bedini.
You're right about Naudin's explanation of the MEG being wrong. The role of the magnet is to polarize the vacuum. Permanent or electric the magnetic field does the same thing. Like Bearden says, stressed! Symmetric fields have no stress but asymmetric fields do. They're out of balance, no stability. Polarizing.
There's one thing about trapping all of the flux inside the core. The magnet does not become inert. It's flux just can't be seen because it's inside the core. It's still doing what it will do until it's destroyed. You're right though, something new happens.
An electromagnetic field and a photon are the same thing. A photon is just a small chunk of the field at large. Electric and magnetic fields are always paired, can't have one without the other. A bifilar coil has the ability to 'cancel' either half depending on how you hook it up. Canceled is the wrong word to use since the two halves of the entity exist together, always. If you hook it up to 'cancel' the magnetic field it's not really canceled. You just can't see it because it's been forced into symmetry. It's still there. (Sweet spoke of the importance of the 'Motional Electric Field' as a critical part of the SQM / VTA. To my knowledge nobody knows just how his unit was hooked up or the actual architecture of the build.)
OK. The flux is trapped inside the core. That's the magnetic half so where is the electric part? (There are a lot of theories about the Magnetic Vector Potential. Most of them are trying to use math to 'prove' what they are saying. That's all well and good but there are limitations to the math when you try to prove something that is unknown.) In the 07 April 2020 post I used the Heaviside / Pointing drawing. In writings by Bearden he spoke about it a little. The Heaviside component is drawn as being parallel to the conductor when actually Heaviside spoke of it as being nearly perpendicular to the conductor or a very slight angle from perpendicular. That fits nicely with the electromagnetic field. Electric and magnetic fields are perpendicular to each other, orthogonal.
I was surprised to see how far away from your unit the uncurled vector was. That stirred up a lot of thoughts for me. I've always thought the uncurled vector would be right next to the core. There is still more to learn, always.
In my build I chose to pump the magnets with a coil on the center leg instead of powering the output coils to do it. The orientation of the trigger coil, yellow, was to strengthen the magnets so as to pulse the magnetic field. Push it out so it could come back. My theory was to feed the blue coil internally and hope it collected excess energy of the field collapse. I think it worked but never got the chance to fully play with it. Life happens all the time. I got two sinewaves out of one coil which didn't make sense right off. The sines were perfect which was also a surprise since it was pulsed with DC. Another weird thing I did was to hook both leads of the output coil together. One output lead not attached to ground. Yeah, it sounds totally wrong but it worked. Anymore I tend to think of coils as receiving antennas.
About the Egg. It's made using three ferrite magnets. Two epoxied north to north. The epoxy creates a gap by default. The third is epoxied north facing in to fight the first pair so all three have the north facing into the middle. It wasn't easy to do and I waited two days for each gluing to cure. I also taped the crap out of it in case it wanted to explode. (Shrapnel)
Green is a bifilar with magnetic field 'canceled'. Blue is a normal coil and red is the output coil. Green was first, blue was second and red was last. All three coils are orthogonal to each other. Every time I put a coil on it I taped the crap out of it so this one will not be opened up to see it. The two input coils, blue and green, are wired in series. I think of this unit as an SQM / VTA turned inside out.
The high voltages I got out of these units is freaky. A little scary to be honest. That's OK though since stepping down the voltage will increase the amps to have a usable output. This unit can be made using only coils and I will make one that way since I'm a curious nerd.
Oh. The ferrites can be cut to size but you have to be very slow doing it. You have to use a wet saw also. In the jewelry business it's called a slabbing saw. Very slow and careful to get a clean surface. I should have mentioned the very slow part when I brought it up before. You can make your magnets fit the core very nicely. Magnet strength is based on the type of material and the mass of it. Cutting neo's is useless because they rust kinda fast.
Well, have a great day to everyone,